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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 23, 1923
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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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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VOLUME FORTY-F1YE. STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY NOVEMIIEK 23, 1123.! NUMRKIt! T\\FNTY-TWO.:: ,




I STARKE'S NEW MUNICIPAL ADDRESS TO STUDENTS OF B. !I STATE DEPARTMENT WILL ASK it:1:



ELECTRIC LIGHT PLANT H., S. BY COL. E. K. PERRYMANAs I. BIDS ON ROAD ACROSS COUNTY


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-- a part of the program for Education protect the inalienable rights of men; I -
The rapid strides with which Starke and this, coupled with the excellent Week Col 1K.: Perryman I,I!I, and that is might duthis it was placed I ItltADFOKI COL'N'1'Y SCHOOLS b.\1'EC"I'ED'r'll.l'r: WOHK OF 11.\IU) .

progressing in making herself into guarantees given by the manufacturer was asked to make an address 'to tin I as u co-ordinate and i separate part Still: ,t'ING'I'IIii'.1R'l'II"'rilESliOit'1' I "

real little city is again being I and that the pricits of the equipment students of Bradford High School on i of the government, and beyond the There is probably no factor in the LINK IIKTttKKN JACK. ..
sought to the attention of the pub- were right in line, induced the Monday morning. Following la the roach, and with authority.over nil affairs of uny community that surpassed \ SOS'II.I.I.IU: : '1'11'WILL j

municipal light plant. The picture this style of equipment.The thin rifted young attorney: and authority save fho people them- facilities. Ono of the first questions Alt\

shown herewith gives something of equipment consists of two 100 "The rights of life, liberty and jus selves! who established it. All passions that is asked i by the average horn,- -

..1 idea of the appearance the new horsepower type Y semi-Diesel Fair tice." Were these given to us by the and force are unable to affect seeker and newcomer is "How about state road department, will bittrin '
plant will give when completed. The banks-Morse special electric crude oil U. S. constitution of 1787 Wwr it. Where the rights of one man are your schools ?" The Bradford county advertising In u few days for bids ;

first unit has been installed and is engines, direct connected to TS they given to us by "Our Charter of endangered, the :Supreme: Court schools and, the progress that they for hard'! surfacing that ]hurt of state fi'TIll'

now operating in perfect style. On KVA alternators, 3 phase, 00 cycle, Liberty the Declaration of Indepvif. stands forth to protect him, not arm- are making should be a source uf road No. 13: trllvl'rsinUrII.lfol',1 counly .
November 13th, the street lights were 2200 volts; including two exciters and donee They were not given to us by ed with a sword but with the scale; I pride to every citizen of the county.In from its northern boundary at;
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connected up and run with the new switchboards for controlling! both of either of these.! These principles arc of justice in its hand. It is of the an interview with Supt. II. H. Highland to tho Alachuu county line, ,:t
(engine.: This is of course with the the lighting units. The big! 15,000 immutable everlasting and unchanging. utmost importance that every Amcr Wiggins ho states that the schools a distance of twenty-one und BIX- s. ".
exception of Call street, which Is gallon oil storage tank, which will They have always existed and lean should realize what a precious during the present-term are in fur 'tenths miles .

waiting," the arrival of the metal allow the city to buy the low grade must of necessity always exist. 'rhe government we have; what\ u noble better shape und are showing more Such i.s the information brought ire "

posts which are to be installed, giving > oil in tank cars at the minimum price great war might have terminated In instrument is our constitution. progress as a wholo than they have, home by K.: S. Matthews, chairman of ,

us a regular "White Way." On was also purchased from Fairbanks- the domination of the world by the! Mr. Gladstone, one of the greatest ever before. Thero\ Is probably very the county board of bond trustt'e8. ,

November 20tk the fourth transformer Morse & Co. German Kaiser, and in the taking of English statesmen! said "The< little if any, dissatisfaction on the and E. R. Neff, county l'\IJine.'r; when
was connected up and the new cur. The new plant in of the latest de from the American t people the American constitution is the most part of the patrons Supt. Wiggins they returned Tuesday afternoon '

rent supplied on all lines east of the sign in every particular and embodies away privilege of exercising these rights|; wonderful work ever struck! off at a states that in most cases where thereis from Tallahassee, whore they had

Seaboard Air Line tracks. This was many new features which give great but the right to life, liberty and justice given moment by the brain and pur- a little dissatisfaction that it Is been In consultation with Chairman

would exist just the same as they pose of man." I due to a misunderstanding of the real Phillips, of the state department, and .

have always, although we might have William Pitt, another of the great. condition as they exist. The duty of J. t.. Crcsap, acting state highway
been forced to shed our blood for the English statesmen, after reading, the every teacher is a sacred duty to the engineer ,
pupils there Is no one outside of '
privilege of again exercising them. constitution of the United States, as The advertisement for bid will appear -
the home that
can exert a more
We have the inherent right to life said, "It will be the wonder and ad- ; erful influence over the school pow-children In tho industrial journals dur ring

which is not to be denied us, but our miration of all future generations,. in helping mould their liven. In < the month of Di-cemlier,, and bid
living must be such that it will not and the model t>t all future con titutlons. to i will be received early in January. Itj .
a question rt'ltllrtlinj.the
interfere with the rights of our neigh- ." I teaching response force, Supt.j Wiggins stated I I is believed that tho work will be

bors to live. If our conduct is such We should! bend every effort possi- : started by the middle of February, ,(

that endangers the life of society,, ble to protect it, not only from the "I have n body of hard working I which is about an! 1I(0)1a! the grade
then we by our acts forfeit this rightto enemies from without, but from the energetic teachers who are doing all and drainage! structures! will be ready J

society, which has the right to pro- enemies which endanger it from within they can to advance the cause of education Tho state department will ask for w b e
tect itself. But it is when we endanger our own borders. I ." The school teacher Is continually I bids on tip' several types of l pnvlnir'"

society and only when we do su The Rod stranger is i u real figure called upon to take spcciu that come up to state and l foiloral d

that we lose this right. in America today. t He hates our training und keep right up to the standard und l will adopt' the type <
We have the liberty to conduct our democratic republic because he due! minute so as to give tho very best that appears from (he bids to offer '

own personal affairs as we desire, but not understand it and upends his time service. During the I present year regular -' the most elrt'I'tiVt'111.1 economical a

in doing so we must remember that plotting its overthrow by what rm! monthly institutes are being held! manner of carrying out the project. r? l
I we have 110,000,000 people within the calls "Revolution" By specious arguments and which every teacher nllends. A Whatever typo Is finally agreed, upon
Uunited States, and therefore the he deceives himself and others -, tipccial training is being taken thru Bradford<\ county citizens: may l'l>untwith

also the first time that the enginewas economy in both fuel and lubricatingoil I bound within which we must exercise into thinking that an industrial the general extension division of tin! certainty upon having their part yf+ '+

run giving all night service on I I than many of the plants previously t that liberty are narrow, since democracy cannot l>. established un- University of Florida.! At tin-so meetings of state road No. 13 constructed during t
these lines. Just us fast as the additional established each of tho 110,000,000 beings have til our constitution has been' swept thu various school problems. art the corning yt'Ir111,1, after it in f
In the state by this '
transformers can be installed ", I, the same right to that liberty. Therefore away and one like unto that of the taken up and discimned. Special methods constructed limo state nttsumcs the up- I I' '
'5. the other sections of the city will firm. When the units are all estab- we must have self-control, self- "Russian Sol'lllli.to'edernt..1\ Soviet of teaching and explaining the keep' und It will always be 'u first- 1M p I ,

r" Ot connected up with the new current. lished day and night service will 1>e constraint and a sense of our mutual i Republic" takes its place. different subject! no! UH to get the class road. without additional. cost to : 'rp
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The first shipment of the metal given, which will mean that the citizens obligation to permit others to oxer- I There exists today, even within the school work clearly in the minds. of tho county. C'

i posts for the white way has arrived, of Starkc will receive a service ciso this right. And here enters the hulls of our national congress, a feeling the pupils. and( various other subjects Aluclnm' county( already has u good J, .
,\ und the remainder will soon be on the that will be modern, up-to-date and Golden Rule as was spoken by Jesus that our constitution is unequal to comprise the work qf. these Institutes road I I from the county linn dividing '

>,ruunJ. The laying of the underground unsurpassed by cities of the state even Christ, "Whatsoever ye would that j the task of making real the new and, This iilono in u feature of thu schoolwork Aln/ ('hua und IIrlulrorI111 aI 1 on ])E'c. ,f, ,
'" cable, which will supply these larger in population. The enginesat men should do unto you, do you even pressing demand of the day for Industrial which will keep the teachers :3rd Duval county will receive bids for I
4, a posts with current will soon start, full load. will consume only about 80 to them. democracy. The belief has I right up to the mark: and enable themto the canstrnctl0n of her part of road! vIa.
and It is expected that within sixty 6 2-3 gallons) of low grade oil each ; The great Meal of the state of Georgia opened to Bolshevism the vision of create a greater interest in schoolwork Thus HID short lino l between '
I day> Call street will\ blaze forth in all per hour and will operate about 20 I has on one side an arch supportedby <\\ueAt. They have organized their I ICnl1 on the part of the pupil I Jacksonville! and Tampa begins to UHHiiino -' }

i? 'ttlory.a hours on each gallon of lubricating three immense pillars. Upon the schools for tho purpose "f cultivating, The number of high schools in the I I definite shape When' this lino wR'

(\ The city council made intensive in- oil.With I arch is written the word Constitution his: belief. Poison designed to complete county I is not us large us it should). bu, I is completed) the distance. between! tho '
',' 'i-'stiitations before selecting the type the completion of tho Jacksonville and upon the three pillars supporting the wreck of what they call our and when asked,) along this line, Supt. I two largest cities of tho state will bo"

q if quipment for-the new plant. Sev- -Tampit highway; through our the arch is written Wisdom, capitalistic empire in being distilled. Wiggins) stated thai in the very near shortened 28 miles, as compared) with ,
,ral trips were mado to various other city, thousands of visitors will be Justice and Moderation. One of the Our people are being! systematically future ho was expecting the Luwtey, the shortest line at present open tn-

> towns and inspection made of their passing and such modern improve- pillars of every government in orderto persuaded that their dream of industrial Hampton, and) Hroukcr schools to travel. Only one other main line road '1
lighting equipment, different types of ments will not only cause very fav- last must be justice. Governments democracy cannot begin until qualify) us junior high schools.: The ,' in l Florida( will bo us much.. used. Th* t r
engines were seen in operation and orable comment but will also do muchto existing by reason of its rulers' power after a "revolution." high school has become u factor Incur road! ,Iown'tho east count, by reason

n the experiences of other cities were induce many of them to stop and over its subjects! have all fallen in But the Red Is lighting the soul of educational H.VMU-m of greater uf the heavy tourist. travel, will probably
.rotten. It was found that the "Y" consider investing in the big; opportunities the past and will in the future. Gov- America which is written the importance than it has possibly ever I bo used!) by situ many cars but will I *
which this city and county ernments founded and governed) upon for tho not accommodate e .
type of engines seemed to be giving upon nolilo word "Freedom." Hero the been. Many opportunities us'many year-round
peo-
v the most satisfactory performance, afford. by 'classes will fall as they have King subject to tho King of young people to enter in tho Held of residents.. !
'len in the The declaration of ple are nnd become identified .
I past. fal-I Kings. Their will In law, subject to digger business to -
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dependence( in part, reads. as restrictions placed them by the with the large concerns of thu. KDITCATIOV SUNDAY\)

HEAVY PECAN SHIPMENTS future is: planting pecan trees as rapidly "We hold these truths to be self-evi hand of Cud Tho upon Supreme Tower I country are contingent upon the high --
dent that all men are created equal, 'hciol huvinrf been-, passedsuccessfully. .
grades
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as he can. .does not belong to our government; si A few 1 paragraphs from thu sermon I
Nutty Problem is Solving Itself Satisfactorily Dr. Taylor is an enthusiastic pecan that they are endowed by their Cre- it belongs to the people. And If our I I of last Sunday by \Dr. Bulleii, published "
I : : man and appreciating tho moneymaking ator with certain unaliennble rlj.\'htll,1 laws fail to protect, it is wo who fail. I In response to questions regarding at the request. of O. I. Woodley,
qualities of the pecan is aif that among these are life, liberty and. J If injustice dwells abroad in our lurid the financial status of the schools. eilitor, of the Journal, official.. organ of

No less than 6,430 pounds of :[f ready making! preparations for plantIng the pursuit of happiness. That to secure it Is we who should! hang our heads. a! Supt. Wiggins stated, "The financialend thu Fkiriila! Educution: Association:
pe- more trees. Under the supervision these rights, governments are In shame Hut if we aro ready furl, is clearing up considerably. This "Thlt''' biggest. thing In the, world Is .
i -ans were shipped from Starke Saturday e I of M. Rhoden; who has been in instituted among men, deriving their the labor, and willing for the sacrifice board I hall paid $0,000 on old. indebtedness religious education. It i Is the biggestthing \ a

the packages! being 58 socks charge of his grove for the last six just powers from the consent of thegoverned. of the time atid energy which successful Union county has paid! her liecauno.. l U meant loynlty to the ,
f" mil 14, barrels. They were furnished the im- ." "It is these principleswhich I I part, anti we have sold! II! per cent : whole A balloon has
fronting demands
buoyancybut
ten on man.
acres free government ,
I'.v H, L. Stevenson and Dr.. A. J. years
t4 the constitution of the United bonds, to take what wo owed in
loss proved road, which Is now under construction an,11 our t constitution will not fail of itspromises. up I I no power. It depends; upon tho
and lying to the south of States was formed to protect And we shall then know rotes. This has reduced our Interest wind for movement. An airplane Inn
I This shipment awakened much comment preserve as the jewels of our nation. about |Ifllper/ ) year." I I "
the present grove have been stumped.! the full meaning of "Freedom., /power but no buoyancy. It depends s
I but frequenters of the express I Within the next week or so this ten Friends, do you remember tho pre- Every citizen of the county Hhoulfbe upon wings for rising. Thu problem" ., /
I platform know that big quantities of j 1 acre plot will be broken up and plac- amble to the constitution of the United a booster for our schools, and a of tho tlyint'nJrlnl'l'r/ ,is to< combine: + .i
PI I the nuts leave Starke almost daily ed in the proper cultivation for the States as set forth in 1787 Who IIOI'SON PROMOTEDB. booster for better schools than we even buoyancy with powerThe dirigible)
I during the Mr. Stevenson oft I ordained and established that consti- The Interest of the -
,; season. setting out of the trees. The present have now. patrons is the nearest approach to n solution.
I the Rising Pecan Orchard, ships from 1 plans call for the setting out of trees tution ? What was its purpose? Listen B. llopson, formerly of Slarke in the school work goes n long "Years ago, Saint Francis hud religion : ,
4 I ten to twelve barrels every twft or during the winter months. This is as I read you Its words: "We, later with the Goodrirh
I three days or as often as he can get ',1 really only 'the first step, as we un- the people of the United States in i It now stationed at Evansville,. Ind.. teachers. and pupils. T/ike u little :' had learning, but ho had no re-
I the nuts gathered and sorted. ;' derstand that from time to time, Dr. order to form a more perfect union, He was head salesman for this big time, visit the schools and .show them ligion. The ideal man would) bu} a

YLt I N D. Wainwright ships many nuts 'Taylor contemplates still further increasing establish justice, insure domestic rubber concern of the Kentucky dis- that you are back -of them and interested : combination uf Saint )Francis, with +
t I from his orchards in the Wateroak the grove acreage. I tranquility, provide for the common trict, and hud his headquarters, at In their progress and result I A rlKtof 1<., To prodiico that sort of
f I section. heavy I I defense, promote the general welfare Owensboro, but he has now also the
t ( F. A. Scott is another farmer In this county who' man IN the ideal nf religious education. fI
I shipper, and J. F. Kickliter and I Every have trees Setl I and secure the blessings of liberty to Indianapolis district In charge, and KVKRYBODY: COMKRemember ; A teaches without religion and "
I T a Williams buy and send off all does not already pecan should not leta ourselvifc and our posterity, do. ordain Is located at 511 Campbell street, K.vinsville. : 1 I a preacher without learning are equal
have
a I the nut brought to them. L. C. Pow- or who may some without settingas I and establish this -constitution Mr. Hopson Is. a hustler and tomorrow, Saturday, November tragedies.! The !'keenest thinkers In 44-
I I' has trade in single season pass for the United States of America." this important position could hi n a largo local holiday trees as' he possibly can. '21th, Is day every I America today are bending en,1.
I the Choice pecans his orchard yields. There many is only such a small portion of I What Is the constitution of the won through his great ability. farmer will he in Starke to hear Mr. orgies towards the combination, of religion .
I f.t: odes hundreds of small packagesI United States ? It is a written Instrument marketing commissioner Whatever religious b"
1 the country that is really adapted to I.\ fil. Rhodes, state! and learning.
r I if nuts are sent from here by mail, culture that there Is practicallyno I agreed upon by the peopleof SILVER TEA speak on the subjects that education the present. generation '_

vi I In" bushels are' used for home con- pecan danger of a surplus on th<..i.market the Union as the absolute rule of are vitally Important and close to the I of children have is i received<1 from
I umption ':every day during the sea-! that will I action and decision for all department farmer. You will miss something if Christian home und Christian schools
I'r I ,ann.r ter and) for there the is land no crop it occupies pay and bet-I :f and officers of the government, Tho Woman's Missionary ..Societyif ,I von are Tint then, M r. J'hod"' Ii'i net The right quality of citizenship
I Pecan trees are doing so well here care required than the pecan in[ respect to all points covered by it, ,the Methodist gave an enjoyable at the a dry speaker for his subjects are so I upon the right quality of education
which control until it shall be silver tea Thursday afternoon "
must
I that not only are their owners well set adds times its J Important, that they hold'" the interestof and one" of the! harik'xt< tasks
tree many
Every
N.
! I satisfied With the profit realized from. cost of setting to the value of the I changed by the authority which established homo of :'tlrs.V.. E. Middleton, on everyone in hill audience. Ho Isconsidered I of tho educator Is to secure the fullest
(1 I them, but. more trees are planted .all 1: Detailed information regarding it; and In opposition to 'Walnut street. one of the most Hppi'allnnr' co-operation/ of the community in
I the thatI'an property. which all acts and regulations of any The guests were highly/,\ entertainedby In the state today. Don'tmiss the most wholesome" form of education .
time. Any soil in this Motion the handling of a pecan orchard I speakers M?
such officer or even of listening to the following program '
or
department "
the courthouse
At .
him.
be well drained is'suitable.I : the different kinds or varieties hearing
the people themselves, will be altogether :
information along this linecan in Starke at 2:30: In the afternoon.
i and other
I II void. Voice, A Dream; A Message-Miss
INCREASED PECAN ACREAGE be gotten from tho experiment. E. K. Per- IN: MKMORIVM Y
I It guarantees ui the right to life, Hilda] Struth, with MM.
station at Gainesville, in the form of I II POPPF.LL IS CITY: ATTORNEYJ. : : i
of its .
I liberty and justice by reason ryman, accompanist.Instrumental
Illr. Taylor Planting Ten Acres NearI printed bulletins, free of charge. I peculiar workings. It Is a govern-1!I solo, 0 Sole Mio- I Mrs. Margaret\ ; Wilson was born
HeilbronnI I anent of enumerated powers and in Paul Knight. C. Poppi-11, Esq, formerly of January 2K, 1HH, and I I nE'111lF'NT I the first ten amendment! to the constitution I I Reading, Courtin' In KentuckyMrs. Starke, now of Plant City, was recently IBj l 11123. She was the mother of 16
I elected attorney of thatflourishing of whom survive her to>
city children, ten
1 About orthwest of I / as there set out and knownas E. M. Johns.
Starke four miles The many friends of Mrs. W. J. ; the Bill of Rights the government Voice, Where the Highway Steps place. Mr. Poppoll en toyed i mourn her departure.) Her' husband,

!'' |Ican Is located the fifteen acre of Jack-pe- : Hardee, of Gainesville, formerly Miss Is prohibited from interfering with Along; In Your Presence-:Mrs. D.. E. a lucrative practice at Plant City I James Wilson, died seventeen years
of Dr. T. P. Taylor
grove
has the
Very and with
from the start !Caln..dj MrsV'il" "n united
will regretto ago '
, of I I Ada Crews, of Highland, these rights. The constitution has so Knight.
\
.g Konville. This !grove has been one enviable reputation of being one the of fourteen
church at
10-months used the( HuptUt age
the learn of the death of her safeguarded these rights of men, that Yellow chrysanthemums were
big producers of this section ev- i best lawyers In Hlllsborough.\ kind and. affectionate
nf the She was a
income'old son Wilbrum Leroy, after an illness when any citizen of America rightly for decoration in the reception room years.
I nice
jery year, bringing in a weeks. An ailment that force be it the home and Radiance county. wife, a loving mother and a friend
for its It ls only one of the of two stands upon them no of this hospitable mani
owner. She
always
beyond developed into pneumonia proved so majority, be it the state legislature 'OK?* added to the charm of the living of all In distress.
many examples which prove, I attention could The federal government; stands)! In tested a cheerful spirit and, wan a ti
best of the
that the be it the president
or room.
severe congress
+ [ that the I
any question of a doubt pe- M. readiness to meet Florida on a fifty- member of China Grow church until)
not overcome it, and the little one i United States, clothed with the authority The hostess, assisted by Mrs. H.
|I ca ntree is one of the biggest moneymakers of )i died in his father's arms Sunday.af as commander in chief of the Snyder, Mrs.. J. II. Ritcb Mrs. G. C. fifty basis i to complete the soil surveys her death.
Many a
in Bradford county. and Mr.. of more than 35 mountfe In the The remains were I laid to rent at
i
Nov.. llth. and cannot take them Mini Amelia Ray
ternoon Sweat
i our farmers go as far as to say that I army navy and tate that have not yet been, covered) the side of her husband at Beulah -
the law of be dethroned Arthur Wood served sandwiches
I there U nothing that will pay the" Funeral service was preached by :away, except reason Approximately 21 In Clay county. A largo
Burn cemetery
The Supreme Court of the lot chocolate with whipped cream. by surveys.
Monday
of Alachua ,
Hachner
[farmer greater dividends than a pe Rev. frlendg at.
( and had been complete of sorrowing
V Icxt grove. The acreage '.n groves isIK. and Interment was at Antloch ceme- I United States, the moet important About forty-five!! lad ins .were' pras-- cnnnttaft- areas I... _. concourse -
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| : :a-ing every ; _ul thor --' .. ? conatituii D" to ,| fund. the wor I I I ducted Ly ).tlV. i* \v. Me kilter. I"1
uropathy.ot. all. I established by the the parsonage
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1 PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY NOVEMBER 23. 192BflRWW .

'. .- in' a'drawer in Mr.:-Whipple's room =
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Fire originating from an explosion I and it is thought the boy walked in I,I

. \ .,) : "" In the :furnace of the coloring room his sleep, secured the pistol, and still Take the =
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P 11"I t News of Florida in Short Paragraph destroyed the big Lee & Kirkland i dreaming shot his father in the fore- A I
i (\, r.: ; house Lake
is packing at ;,Garficld, Polk I head as he lay sleeping. Young Dana
,
: county Saturday morning with a loss who is partially paralyzed, the resultof BlindfoldOff
: estimated at $75,000 of which only I infantile chum of
paralysis, was a
:;,!f S Live State NewsI $35,000 is covered by Insurance. The I his father and in recounting the sto-
fire destroyed five refrigerator cars I I
i *} ..d......+..w .....w.... ..,....... ... which had been switched in for loading I ry did as not he kill recalls my it father., he maintained There isn't he Your >,

.1 Told/ by Our Exchanges. and over 500 boxes of packed did not kil ]Imy father. There isn't
fruit I enough money in all the world to e I.

+ {I lI1IIW1mmmlDmIDWlUWWllllIIlJlal UllWlllIIZUIWIAlW"l\IlI"\II\IWI..II1WW111 WIDWJI I have made me do it." Eyes .

Seventeen carloads of grapefruit St. Johns county grand jury has returned Between 130 and 140 tons of steel!
/t will be used in the construction of, Habitual cormlpation cured .
'' rolled out of Largo last week. indictments against five alleged -
In 14 to 31 I)
confidence men, one of them a the auditorium portion of the new ayo N 4a elm'"custom"
former vice-president of a local bank, Kettler theatre now being erected in, LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN"! is a specially+
I of beans is nred Tonic-LaxaMve H ,i''lieu
Sumter county's crop tire > Syrup
charging that they defrauded Marcus West Palm Beach Steel construction
being harvested. 1,000 pickers are \ C'onsupiititm.< It relieves promptly ->ui
II. HI thai of Cleveland out of has already begun. i iii .,/
u men should be taken reftularly for 11 to ii: days'
the
being employed in gathering crop,
t $19G50 claiming to have advance Why let keep in darkness
in by 'I nluducoregular action. ItStluilnt and you and rob you
y o the largest years. information on horse races. According to reports the strawberry K")!u'l' tes. -, Very Pleasant to Tbkj* 6Ct) of extra profits you could easily make? Why not investigate
crop outlook in the Wauchula section per bottle. The Fruit Auction Company's method
Plant City strawberries are beginning ; ; ; is not as good as last The ---- ol
.
Sunday afternoon the engine room year. selling vegetables, and find out for yourself how much
to appear. According to ,reports on the west end of the Florida Mili- continued dry weather for the past BRADFORD more satisfactory it is than method
41, the crop next spring, will go:: way ov tary Academy at Magnolia Springs, few weeks has Vnaclo it necessary for your present ?
j er the million murk of last year. ono mile north-of Green Cove Springs the growers to replant and the lack You'll be surprised to learn how much higher price
., '" caught fire in the roof and spread tot of water at many farms has made tho Bradford, Nov. 23Mrs. S. C. Andrea average by auction. Yet it will- be easily understood
main five of the crop below the*average. left Saturday for Starke where when you consider that, by our method of selling
story building ,
A large panther, eight!, feet from I she will visit her parents, Mr.\ and!
1 the tip of his nose to the end of its school, destroying it and one of the 1 Mrs. C. M. Dennison. scores of eager buyers are concentrated in one plar,
the main and One o fthe biggest real estate dealsf each outbidding the other jn order
building to
+ t .\ tail was displayed in Punta Gordu cottages near I Word was received here last week get goods hi
the is the sale of I
recently The animal was killed Sunday the bottling works across tha! groundswere year 7,000 acres announcing the birth of a son to Mr.tand must have to carry on hid business. When Hi
of muck land the south and cast ,
at Lnkalmtchee. ignited by flying sparks from on bidding begins, the excitement starts. Up-- i.
Mrs. W. M. Andreu, of Jacksonville up i
shores of Lake C. Bald-
Istokpoga,
the main building.The .
I
the price bid on
,I winwin of Avon Park, bought the I Nov. 4th. creeps your
( I I A heavy criminal docket is expect outlook for strawberries in the tract from the Securities State Rank I Mr. and! Mrs N. G. Hayes were

f ed to face the new federal grand jury Fort :Meade section is excellent. The of FortOgden.. The tract is included shopping, in Worthington; Saturday. VegetablesThe
T. I). Edwards and wife and M. D.
"" 3rd. Sessions in the which it is to ,
t" in Jacksonville December area proposed
of 'yield
growers. are hopeful a good ,
/ 't. +! ':, of the grand jury aro expected -everything/ has been adjusted for drain and dyke. It is twenty feet or Hurrell, of Palmetto, were visitingin
( "J.l1 to consume about a week. satisfactory snipping. Cash buyersare more above Lake Okeechobee and hasa par community last week.M. auction prices are recorded and printed in ;m
L. Ilarrell, of New River, was
natural drain into that making
ready and a modern line of refrigerators body, independent daily publication-the New York Dam
in last week
I//' '4:j I Mrs. AlicupMHlburn of Jacksonville' is available for renting. drainage a simple problem. i i Misses our community Thclma\ and! Estelle Parker, Fruit Reporter.

Is dead as a result of an automobile The proceeds of sale is mailed to
within
of New Rivqr\ attended the party at you 24
i.I, accident which occurred one mile' Grace Violet Ilowell, who is in tho Swerving his automobile from the W. II. Harrell's Saturday night, hours. Only our small selling commission is deduct.t'<
north of Parrish, Manatee county, road into a ditch to avoid a collision
Dade county jail awaiting trial for C. M. Andreu in Brooker
i was on Simply because have sold at auction
1 j Sunday night. I|I the fifth time for killing her husband with a speeding passenger train, obstructed Saturday. you never :h
from his view by a huge sign no reason why you should deprive yourself of tht
"' i here in 1918 when he sued her for
visitor to
; | N. G. Hayes, Jr., was a
, Judge George .Frisbee of Middle- divorce, was declared criminally in- board, the driver undoubtedly saved Worthington Saturday evening. better price and other advantages offered. It is never

y rl t\ burg died at his home Tuesday after Bane by a board of medical examiners his life and the lives of six other occupants -i 1 Pitt Baxter, of Brooker, passed too late to begin.

a long illness from cancer, lie was i The official report states that she labors Friday at Grand Crossing, through here enroute to Worthington We absolutely guarantee a fair and square deal.
1 the oldest citizen in that part of Clay near Jacksonville. Persons who saw ,
under habitual hallucinations, "
t rail- Saturday. Write for booklet "More Dollars for Fruit Growers.
the
I. county, being in his, 80lh year. which cause her to desire to kill oth- the automobile approaching I Vascoe and Ella Mae Hazcn, of i
I road crossing on Kings road, believedthe It is interesting and instructive. It's FREE
I" er persons, and that she is violent at I Brooker, passed through here enrouteto
r ,I Sumter county is expecting to get times. automobile was going to smash Worthington Sunday.

j into the cabbage! producing busin\ssl into the train. Suddenly they saw the I I. W Pinholster and wife, Rand

o again this season. At Coleman it is Duval county officers are unable to machine the road swerve and then to the plunge right into side the of I Crews and wife, of Brooker, motored TheFidlitlluetiiJnCa it itEatabliahed
I estimated that eight hundred acres
# penetrate the mystery surroundingthe through our section Sunday! enroute
ditch. None of the occupants were
" I will be devoted to this crw. slaying shortly after midnight of I I to Worthington. .
( 1896)
and the not badly
injured was
\ car
j Monday of Mrs. Lillie Gunnell, 20, Mr. and Mrs. C. M.\ Andreu and li liin E
11# With his head beaten into a pulp, who was killed\ in the back yard! of da magl'd..o.---' I daughter were visitors to Brooker 202.208 Franklin St., New York City 0 r I I It

l 4 t 1 the body of Henry Murry, fireman of her home. About 12:30: Mrs. Gunnell Sunday. For the convenience Florida+ shipper New York*Auction :
t the Brooks-Scanlon Lumber Co., at and members of her family were sitting Miss Bee Swinson, of Bartow, was R. M. GaIney and W. G. Baxter were Market information t"ny be obtained at the office of C. W, I'
114 I I .f. Caitport, was found early Tuesday.' In the kitchen when a fusilade painfully injured Monday evening at I in our community Sunday evening.Mr. Orient I !.., I
i Robbery was the motive. of shots was heard. The lights were Winter Haven while standing at a and Mrs. E. T. Stewart and son II'Chewnlns.

1 I, blown! out and when they were re- soda fountain with a group of friendsA Paul, were visitors to Worthington ,
'I''I''J'; :;; man rushed in from the -. ---- .- .. --- -. -
r, Two workmen the new courthouse lighted after the shooting Mrs. Gun- ;young Tuesday.
t ) building at Tavares, were fatally nell was found dead in the back yard street with I a toy pistol in his hand, Starke Monday. their kindness during the sickness
h injured when the cornice on the with a bullet wound in her forehead. and holding it close to the young COUGHING RELIEVED ,Mrs. W. M. Harrell and daughter, and death of our loved one. We especially
II\ building gave away, precipitating woman's face, fired the cap or car- and Marie Raborn were the guests thank Dr. Middleton for his
.' them, with tons of debris to the Floating on the water, face down- tridge before she had a chance to strain The your more throat you cough, limits the mid more system.you o( Mrs. L. A. Cooke Sunday. untiring efforts, also for the beauti-

[: .J ground, fifty or more feet below. ward, and with a cap still fitted closely turn or draw away. In the resulting Raise the phlegm easily without strain ful flowers contributed. I !
/ confusion the man escaped so quickly or pain hy .HI.ins jA-muirdi's Cough Mrs. Norton Mr. and Mri. !,
on his head, the fully clothed bodyof Hugh ,
(ft ; 'I ;; ; could! Syrup (Creosoted!). It I IK nouthlnic.hpiiliuit SIGNS YOU CAN BELIEVE IN'If
yeaidaughter the
The two of Mr. Carl Knade, 64, of Chicago, Ill., that none in party give a Itoss Norton. i
''I pleasant and< effective. Hunt breath is bad and have I if
of him. The victimof your you
\ and Mr*. H.: U. Gifford of Ellington, was discovered in the bay at Tampa good description thing for ImrUi.ifC coughs, deep seated spells of swimming, in the head!, poor ,
I'Ii \ i died in a Tampa hospital as a result Monday afternoon. An investngation his criminal! playfulness was rush- colds, bronchitis, croup, Rrippo and appetite, constipation aYid a general no- Colds Cause Limp and Influenza t
1-, .f injuries sustained when she was made by officers showed that Knade ed to a physician where she was given whooping, c"ata. A, most bvncQciul account fooling it i ii, a sign your liver ia
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thcaiua. ,
: BROMO !:Tablet
QUININE remove
Dud safe for children and LAXATIVE
treatment
I'1' 't struck by an automobile Monday eve- had committad suicide. emergency treatment and then taken torpid. The one really depondablo remedy .. '
\ ndultR. Save; p-onrm'lf from colds, There Is only one :3 >i"a QuiuinG. ,
i I"I"I Ing. The accident was unavoidable, home. There is fear that she c'uiiKli find uc'riuim trouble.( Hut a for all dinordora in the liver, stomach W.GROVE'S ."n...._on boa. reuRight I \ '
' ;t r. \( I I it is said. The state spent $68,627.49 during may lose the sight of one eye. IIIInieIt I.oommli's Cough, Syrup and bowels is IIcrl>ine. It acts powerfully I'
CrLMwutuil) { on tho liver, strengthens digestion -
I, ( ruin your druggist today :
't thoustdollars;;; October taking care of its feebleminded Enthusiastic over the acquisition of and bring quick rulief. lies the bowel and restores a fino feeling Back at Him :
I Fifteen worth of and incorrigible boy and girl of vim and cheerfulness.! Price .:
.
a r i i Af string beans were shipped from Center population. It cost 51109.38 to take a shotgun, the first he had owned, 60c. Sold by '' '
" ; Hill Friday. The growers were care ofthoBe confined in the state Dana Whipple, 16, of Lakeland, wentto BRADFORD Scientific Young Oity Man- -Yes, I ':
; "i !" paid $4.50 per hamper for the beans hospital at Chuttahoochee where the : bed Wednesday night and dreamedhe All Drug Stores sir-e-el I The time will come when : .,.
I w, '; at the debot It is estimated that the average attendance was 2,081.13. A was testing guns in an ammuni- Bradford, Nov. 23.-Mrs. E. E. you will be able to carry all the fertilizer
, 'r'.-. I I' shipments will amount to approximately per capita appropriation of $26 per tion plant. Early this morning he Baxter returned from Kendrick aftera necessary for an acre of groundin
11 i $20,000 daily for the next two month Is provided for that institutionby 'was awakened in the hallway by his i I visit with her son, W. W. Baxter. CARD OF THANKS one vest pocket.
weks. the state. aunt. His father was dead with two I I Mr. and Mrs.\ C. J. Crews and Mrs.\ [ Old Farmer-Yep-and the crop an
I bullet wounds in his forehead. In the I. W. Pinholster passed through here We wish to thank our friends for the other.
boy's hand was a pistol with two Saturday enroute to Worthington, accompanied I
1 The federal government stands in Polk county is keeping up its record -
:' readiness to meet Florida onI fifty- of having more hard surfaced empty chambers. Young Whipple denied I by I. W. Pinholster.Mrs. __ .
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, to officers that ho had killed his W. M. Ilarrell and children, -"
, I fifty basis to complete the soil surveys road mileage than any other countyin
father, but told of the dream. Wednesday Misses Marie\ Raborn and Lottie Gai-
of mor* than 35: mountles in the the state. The county commissioners -
i .' state that have not yet been covered arc calling a bond election for Mr. Whipple and son went to ney attended the LaCrosse-Little

) by such surveys. Approximately 25 over $8,000,000) for the purpose! of Tampa where a shotgun was purchased -I Springs basket ball game at Little I
i .. counties and areas had been complet- widening the !9-foot roads of, the for the boy. They had planned a ,, Springs.
... the world interruptedthe repairing the 15-foot roads I hunting trip to the Everglades; and ,I Several of the young 'folks attended I
r; oj( ed when war county, ;
I the work. and to build 106 miles of new roads. upon their arrival home sat for some I the cane grinding at W. M. lIar- I
I...' time around the fireplace and discussed t rell's Thursday night. I : '. A
'f (j I the trip. The pistol had been kept Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Andreu were
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How capably Buick provides the maximum of closed .

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new 1924 four-cylinder five-passenger Sedan. Everything
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"" \ Murphy, ex-barkeeper and now head of Tauiinany, '+who hat just selectedten
r I r supreme jtidgva' to rule tile people of New York for the next fourteen Get in This Offer
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1 -.. ; LAKE CITY BUICK COMPANY lean, !. now.t French Lick Springs In Tagyirt deciding who they shall select ae the next nominee of the
J M. Smith Mgr. t Democratic party for Praldent. By' reason of the pernicious "unit rul Before it Closes :
iot Bake Bradford Columbia and Union Counties ud Us more irnlrtou. twin brother tile "two-third majority rule"
,I. lloM Murphy will I'* able to select for the people of the United Stste I.
r the next Pre'fdentlal caudldst on the Democratle Mck t.- .
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23. 1923. nR\DFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPIi STARKE FLORIDA

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I II I Witness to Killing I S3 S5Sess WARD OFF HEAVY- "'

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-Just a 4C' I ffftsKWqga y 5 Prophet fjSS& Bg-n w .- j| COUGHS AND COLDS

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blond
your and build ui' >
NewLabel / II PURIFY h with Glide's Pi-pto-

It will fortify you
I against colds; it will help you put
on flesh.. Don't wait until n heavy
for CAo 1 cold gets its grip on you'begin; to
"Good oldStandby" take liuilo's: now Your druggist
Itsllcalinq has it; in liquid und tablet form.;

/ Oils Free Trial Tablets ;:."h.f: .ynuralf.:::: i .'
SootheINSTANTLY vague ot Gild,,'. Jto.MII"' ""i... ".".ItKtll1'
I for .runmu.'rrhlt 1'urknardT.Ii-t.. S.114
y k&' ,, M.no J.muary--pint Ureiteoblivh Co"nlnn 03. Wllrru"and mrdr..a \oa /
: I tit", N. Y.
? t Mustang Liniment penetrates to
1 c: + ,?r + tnebonel That's why pain in. relieved : Gudc's

)?r, ,, t quickly by rubbing in r1tisn I "
V/b tang, which thereby permeates tha I !a s, '
& : ; system and :t Pcpto..Mang'an1imic
rlgt hnstena healing.! Unlike ,
x'44' I
other liniments, Mustang in madoof =
.y healing oils no alcohol ncid or I 'st and Blood fnr'icherI.
pepper uned.. Mustang I ir- I
'wAM ; never burns I
'b. f ws w or smarts not even when applied to I I. i,
4 f; open wounds Over 7-1 years. tmccessguarantees MM. M. A. Hoibrook.nipbec. a1m :. t1JbLtY't ri ; wlhu old bird, ...
tl) .+ wa*> M use-___ to tad Iiidivd !
-t Mustang as best for MAN, I nm, remark: "The feller ridin'
/h :; LIVESTOCK and VOULTUY. booting of Chi*. W... Ootarrn. ItJMt 1 horse. a high
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And gits a big full when "
attorney bar P. B. Tax lMorTUe et full of Roodnpsa ho flops
a,.BoMI.illluolrxtod Mhml.!..> e< I
S0. Boltltioldn ,.... Mghthant." win lie I I -
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I tin much a As can be
...00 Battle..ham......Bt...m....muolt ;; t" WIbea 1M ayes.elaea06,.rla I ; I, Practice Muki-H Perfect J.
Uf5i8/4 S& If you doubt .
,V ft$ iS '"" tblakt I Flapper !
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wriutforhonmifiiiBotrvFNiii' I proposed to ra.
.fREE,....."on.CIL.i furor. ,intufriD/.'.i, ..;,Lw- ,rthiM f, ,>niil fmnilj I-KM-| _"U' fiteg.WJEfi3jBk5, 1&aS s3i I That l llmcnU' linil fur 1 II" .Inrii .",, ., .,"fl Nun Juat ? Uleand I 'lipper-DoeHI1't ho do it beuuti-
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M !JSTANG PA'( AT LEAr THE PISPOSALop ;.p + A x"e w i' Human; -Radio I 9

TURKEY WILL NOT BE UP Doctor-You sec, even the electrici! '!
&;cc. flood O/U Standby Sinc./air TO THE PEACE CONFERENCE// I Ity in the air streets your system- I1!

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LINMENTBY *c 'I times when ono feels overcharged. -1ft-1

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SOLD DRUG AND GENERAL STOKES -
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Native-Waal, no, and I never want ''I't'r

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MODERN FORDS EASY TO HANDLE -I that nothing contributes a greater i p I 1 B.and L. you T.-Well won't., hand out your wallet :; .

IN TRAFFIC '( element of safety in motoring than 4 .

the utmost simplicity in those parts

of the car upon which the control de.
Motor car purchasers, careful to
consider safety elements in automobile pends, thereby freeing the driver of
as much exertion and distraction as c
construction are giving more and possible.j .
more attention all the time to cars in
,
j A notable example of how this can A sr
which the operations for I
necessary
be carried out is .
successfully foundin VTnCACT
proper control in traffic are reduced Subterranean
Blues u
the design and operation of the +. Jr M't; .,
to a minimum. Oh the frost :)'i
in the
I control of the. Ford car which gives I on pumpkin /
Several reasons instantly appear the driver And the fodder's in the shock; -- .
exceptional command in
for this, principal of which is that the No coal in our old cellar
traffic in mud and '.
sand in fact in .
more the complicated the the constr 'tion every I place where facility of control I And my overcoat's in hock. nuts with your teeth? I Poor Thing J.i Ji
or more complex manipulation :
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i is all important. Grandma-Why, no, Bobby! I
for control the .! I Proud Father (showing baby)- >
great-
necessary One Bird Gels its Crumb
Then
I Bobby these for
The short wheelbase and small keep
radius me
""I' are the chances for trouble and evn :I I j I Mills Alta Crumb was married to while I out to ,Anil do you think ho looks like mo? w .' "ww
of turning insures go piny. a
easy turning I Ii I
Visitor I'm afraid he
dangers in operation. -Why--er--
ieorjco Bird in licrricn county, Mich.,
i corners and convenience in maneuvering I' We and Our Own Lenses
iof i does
All of which brings home the fact I II) in and out of parking places. i last week. horse Stall Habits I ,fir "
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I There is no excessive motion of the I Si-Why dill Alma Mabel stop kUl'P-1 NODELAYQtunesVilie ,.
: steering wheel and action being direct I Just Like That ing company with the blreliIIUII'! j DixndvuntugeN, Too, "" \

gives the driver the "feel" of the I Wife-Where have you been ? Hi-Waul, you lice, when ho proposed Fine Feather showed life enough to Florida. 1 ".:-'.
road and facilitates steering. I Husband-Shooting with Mike. to her-ho opened her mouthto I .: .....
Queer In shifting/ gears, the driver's attention Wife-:Shoot: anything? look at her teeth

need not be distracted from I Husband-Sure-Mike. "ASK YOUR NEIGH OR..I-IE KNOWS" ":,::'J ,
1 the road ahead, as the shifting is all
Feelings done by his feet on the pedals and Human Interest Story i Two Extra Cylinders For ov.r 35! years the E. O. Painter Fertilizer Company his furnished Florida
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soon becomes automatic and his I Blake-Tome Brouthors is a hotketchain't Motorist (just learning to drive, to grower with fertiliser Th. continued patronage of eiperienced grower give

/ "Some time I / hands are at all times on the steering he? Seems like he can friend in his new cllr-Whlit's that?' proof of satisfactory results J '
ago, was very
Irregular," writes Mrs. Cora 1 wheel. In the Ford transmission never make up his mind. I sat in his Uo you hear those cylinders knocking COULD fETTER FBKT1UZER BK MADB WE WOUD MAKE IT.Writ. .
there is no danger of clashing gears I tar for half hour the and ?
Roble of Pikevillc, Ky. 1 a other day Y,
Far N... Fall Price List. Jut 1110....
/ suffered a great deal and knew / and it is impossible to fail in accom- he asked the garage man a million Timid Companion-It's not the cyl-

I must do something for this % plishing a gear shift. Further, the questions about a half pint of oil ha ''rulers. It's my knees. E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Co. Jacksonville, Fla :
condition. 1 suffered mostly I i shift is made silently. I was buying for his flivver.
/ with myback and a weakness in / The all important brake, chief ele Lake-Oh, I don't know-I saw him ,... .
/ my limbs. I would have dread- / ment of safety is an outstanding fea
I down a pint of bootleg the other day ;
ful headaches. I had hot flashes
and very queer feelings, and oh, ture of Ford control. Operating ,without askinff u single question. I II .1CHARD LLOYD TONnS f ,)
flil
of through the foot pedal with but little ,_ I f'. ; I "iNIStJr..ffl.
how my head hurt i I read -- ----- -. --'
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effort it exerts a quick grip and Now They Don't Speak >r\ YSK ; ..::.: .... u.
permits immediate stopping of the B-r-r-rl Guess I'm getting old : "t \ "i\\ ( 6 ,1JI.

CAROUIThe car.transmitted The action from the la simple.pedal directlyto It is bone.This cold weather chills' me 'to the Make Others Happy -1 1fill" >s a !..."_" ,,,, -

a drum on the driving shaft giving .
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fur ? Hi fhii
Why don't you wear a cap 'uint'if r tttntifaptr mil .
the Ford driver a powerful, positive p"bl,10.11,,, ",",," IN /I, fiirtn at regular 1 .+::10
)|| of the liiiiiiiin' lull 'H'li'H Unit I IH riot without IIM virtue Ix tin fiff Ire .
iHOttftt >o clif fAi ,
brake. Equalization of the braking Reason Knough: 1..11.|] t tJut lie nrc'cl Mimctlilntf, inure limn Mint tthlcli wi Tins> to .I"' column ; 'ItGJ/: : tl in year ramps book. f/i..'

Won m's Tonic / effort Is accomplished through the Why does Jerry TSmith dodge Wid imi'ljy.'' It IH Ilil-t iiiircMI. IhU linking fur the mare pc-rt'erl. tiling I Hint -- '- -
: differential assuring even braking on ow Tillie? I riliCM UN Into sash happlnoix, nx WH may know.llniplniHH Vine. A nl.-ms: receptacle I Is the

and of others who seemed / each rear wheel. S-h-h-hl She'i an old flame-and | ..! N tin- ri'Wiml, ol, till'')'. Unly IK .dolnu. Tlic turtle any licit thiiiK Hint" can' {be used to grow .
have the same troubles I had, / I i An emergency brake, operated bya making it hot for him. l I'f! conicijt lull nolinily, lliln;,H III' him, UN being n tivninriof linppliii-HH.' linen and slips in, a+ this allow
being benefited so I began to / hand lever and acting on the drumsof Vet In 1'lIllI'y i wi- often speak' of the happy' lilnli l.ccnimc |hU"I'h"'NIi|>| the HUH to gel.."t their I root.
use it I found it most bene- the rear wheels also is provided. results from. iicrlnn. The "iK'iirock IIIIOWH 'lu IK sumo hint tint lint a
/ ficial.. I took several bottles / Construction o fthis dual brake sys- Blonde Item Opines ell),;utor IIIIM a Hltiiiilicrliix nolloii Unit lie U u pmiiMMI.| \V'i think of White Leather-To clean white,
/ and was made so much / tem is of such simple and direct design Yes l,'m a flapper and powderingmy the riiiinlng briink u-t happy' but never HO of I the Htiiitinmt; |pain vAcllon leather bugs, belts, etc., use oxide ;

/ better 1 didn't have any more that adjustment is seldom necessary nose is quite a problem-in fact must hour the test of sober Jinl, ;(incnl : we oiirNclro, '' 'mist of zinc. f
trouble of this kind. It regulated and the safety factor Is alwaysof it keeps me so busy I haven't time to IIP ul'lo to approve our comliiet, to tlud !IinppliuHH.Thp ,

me." / the highest. put it into other people's affairs. huppy III'oCIIL'II/ from Horvli-u to servlco, not from |Idle plt, >iiHiirn Corn.-An tasy way to remove (+
/ Cardui has been found very / In Idle pN'iiMiiro.Ili silk form corn it by lining a vcgeN '

helpful In the correction of many / From the Delivery Boy wlm Hi>tM", out' to Mud, InipplneoH Ii pretty nnro to fall (t Is able brush '
cases of painful female disorders There's only one "i" in shoppingand not l pm-Hiilt In Itself., It coiiien uw tin ,pay for m>rvii-i. t
.
/ such as Mrs. Robte / only one "u" in rush. Shop early I'lnniiiMt. hue mid In the cud tint moNt nilsernlile lire Is .the Cite|| Birds.. If your canary refines to .
mentions above. If you suffer A this Christmas. tuit| HCi'kM nMlilii' hilt ileiiMiinv[ PlenHiirc) IH 1,1| only us II rxeroatlon.Jliipplni'HH take hill hath' just xprinkle a few
/ close
as she did, :ake Cardui-a shave\ U HO iiiM'iiiiNrloiiHly n 'part of tho, truly >HIM.V life Ihut seeds on top| of llir water and he

purely vegetable/: medicinal / I we often! full to reiiitrnl/e It until !It Is gnus. (Hit) seldom '"-111'" """" will be drawn. (10. his. tub ,..
tonic in for than 40 MENTHOIATUMk
Americanized
use more : Is 11I" il'lon hears. ... <
/ II happy' : pun "IhoHe were happy' 1111. Wo urn
years. It should help you. Judknon had come to the United iiioi'o prom,' to reiiienilier happiness thiin to 'prIze Ik when wi Inivc It. Trouble Savers.! -A pile' of ncwu- ;
Sold Everywhere. k and heals.., States with the firm resolve to make lie finds miiHt luipplnoHM' who lahors most to make oihers happy tapers kept in one corner of .tho' ) G
EM < this his country; to study our talk I ""I.. others whd Irlnir us our liiipplneNH'r' are tho million" of our will save much trouble. if ,
'" and ways of doing things; and to be. I liiil>['ilin-KH niily us w<> limy niuUf) others' wish tin to bo hlllll'.V.I used to set soiled. poly. on.
come a real American as soon as pos I Only I through, Hiirmoiiiitlng' ililMiiillli-s!! Uirniiitli trliunpli/ over illxai -
sible. Smilingly he I I 'liiioiv 'heated, until it i is lukewarm and 's '-
InippliiHsx.. Without tlui biting/ front wo would never know
how he
worker ono morning asking t the glory' of the wiirinth nf I ihr Hiiiniiipr sun then suddenly coolcd'there, will be "S?
felt. "Feel, fine-outta sight was much ,
What is aTeaspoonful? the reply. Copyright.' I)1-1!) 'by ftlchard Moyil Jones more cre. iii.1'encli > ,

Next morning he met a fellow coun Stain- (pi'acli stain 1.4 '
tryman'on thu street who, in greeting very clilliciilt to removt" It may bo
I ask him how he felt. dune however if these directions/
lire followed. First wet the Main
"Feel swill. You can't see me. 4
-it depends on the Baking A1 thoroughly then spread cream of
o ,, o tartar on it. After thli wa+h in the ;;
: Powder you use. You Yep! Fall Hart Come I p ordinary wjy It will probably hot t

must use a heaping: spoonfulof Ed Purdy has just slipped over his necessary to repeat the !process' if w.
many brands bepuae they first annual prediction of a hard winter the stain it very old.
don't contain as much lcvenlng rWtsrlf "

t strength as Frying Eggs -Pm a spoonful of M
What' !Makes Rums Crow flour in the pun in which eggs, era
The average vhoep ain't oIlMtlnWlhbet'l' JIEEP/ to lie I fried. This will not only
Hot cross bums; hot cross bums for hrnlns. H. don't know enough to
keep' them from sticking, but from
CALUMETTh Gotta go to work. rome in when It rains And them that breaking a$ wll. r .
That's why they're hot cross Pine. Mtinlled their, habits a beep' nvren on .

Hot cross bum the traits flint Is eoiniiion to sheep' | So- Stuffed Kgg*--When egg are to: 1
Economy BAKING POWDER whether, lips, honiloil fee heaven or hell! be RtufTed they should be put in
Height of Irony /Iliiu'll'/oliti' flue u-ftlii-r that'll trnirln the e cold! water a* noon as they are taken

saT! Level spoonfuls are all that are noo To put new bumpers ront and rear hell. fy from the stove Thi will keep the

as CALUMET then to ram your radiator against a I reckon theri llttlo to any In .lpt'nM". t white In bett"* shape., ?
essary when you use 'rhe sheep would he wl..e-Ir In* had any e e
r jgg makes more bakings which means a real high truck. M'tiNt* lint-'lm ln' n" Men or mind of S'andw/ches.--Sanlwkhn/ may ha
f ftS5 3j bake of hilt own, tin-, hell-wether hal.lt" Is bred kept :a* fresh an when first marie if
saving on day. The-European Situation In hi* bond tad from my observations they are wrapped In a napkinwrung
We might say-there's plenty of it pains tua to nay-that tae 'ICo-leUUl'd out in hot water and then
Sales2i times preparations but no reparations.Reasonable sheep i* our menace Sridsy 1 q put in a cool j'Y"-'

'U w 1 ,nsmuchastha! The self.appraised' exiierts, like goal e a
Toilet Water.-A dimple toiletwafer
of any other Uttlo hois.-all fuller the wether that's a s
I brandTAItsMRI.DR Sign near a railroad crossing to makln' the noUe. They can't summon r may be made by putting two
and ditiil.dwater
ounces of eMerwater'
confidence. Jwlgement I or to .
warn autoiits: nerve
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SAY IT WITH SAFETY- Jump the )ow fence of th<> master they ti J V together.Porcelain. ,
ssS? ..err. *. TlfV ain't put the back-ban,,
AND SAVE THE FLOWERS. PorcrUiii-liiied;,, tuht .
nnr Sntrll.ckInn, to hop out of a rut, or Ll -may/
t7R&1TEj'fi.enae.v step ucer a tine I ".. and sink ran he easily! rlennect if a
yI irOWDLY ft Safety LfuunitBobby Ctjfli preferably flannel) wet with ti
t' t I kerosene and used. ..
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PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY NOVEMBER: 23, tJ2SA ,

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Bradford County Telegraph I II be co-opc-rating brought home with to the the teachers parents will i RED CROSS ADVANCINGIN THANKsGIVING -

-.- --I If smoke-dried pedagogues can .be I HIS 1923 DINNER
I mode to learn that a bunch of unnec-

', ; Published weekly and entered as : essary frills should be cut out, and, HEALTH CAMPAIGNExtends ..
more time given in schools! to the essential -
" i N i 1 second class matter at the posit '
'i" ]-, then Education Week was 4\; // '

1 1 i I office at Starke Florida. not instituted in vain. / I
,. 'I Service to New Fields .. GEE COSH!
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j'1 6:. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Ownei" I and Brings Healing Hope to WHAT HAVE I I' '1J "- :

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I This3ek Remote Sections."The 6OT TO BETHANKFUL "ii:7: !
i PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAYSUBSCRIPTION _
I i r \

I! nprvms'npportonlty for lead ? ,
ABOUT
1 '. RATE ership" for the American Red Cross !III
Its health service. Thus a committee

Per Year ________ ____________.$2.0C made up of prominent physlcliinn, sanitarians ---
I and public health experts! AQk
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.f after months of exhaustive study, reported tit' .
and urged that not only should

t .JBy the Red Cross continue Its present ,\ r d % ,

service but should. undertake a F
1111 Arthur Driabe ie comprehensive educational cam pnlgn: t> .' \0

d f[ along public health lines. The annual I

BRISBANE report of the American Red i ..a

: Cross, lust I Issued, discloses that It
DON'T): I has grasped this opportunity in the LITG9VINe6AR (
IP,OXKN:: RKI.IUIOUS POWER LASTS. fields of public health nursing, In-
struction IB !.rme hygiene; and care of
.. : ARMY HAI'PY KING SAFE.Mr. ; .
the sick, nutrition work first aid to
tt'\ I ,
.; No. 4051 the injured and In water Ilte-saving.
,
Znngwill, telling Americans
Health service i lit fundamentally
Membership in NntionaJ) Highway
i !{ ( that their "pi-p" is lost motion that I historically and practically an important
Asset'mtion)
they art undignified, unjust! lack function of the Red Cross and

:shame, etc., will be useful to the wise I each year marks Its extension' into

.' land I, annoying only to the foolish.It DeW fields and along broader lines. lathe

LET 'III RitE ItE LIGHT doesn't matter what Mr. Znng, Red Crass Nursing Service there s

h will is-Is there any truth in what he I I are enrolled nearly 40,000 nurses 20.- I Ouc ........... /

This in Notional Educational Week. says? ,, 000 of whom served during the World k rt

f r -0--- 1 War. The past :year Red Cross nurses GiJbv-
,1 t Its purpose is not so rputh\ to encour-
p. 1, uge Higher education as to forward If a humble mouse crawled from a were assigned to duty in Isolated< g;

1 i the schooling of the children of the sewer, looked at you with his) long notions of Alaska. and North Carolina "V '''l1 -:...
I quivering nose and said, "You are a and to work among the fisher .W'-OC'I\I
1 -
universities I shameless creature and don't know men of Penobscot Bay: Me. 'r VO r Sstve,

y F t found necessary to enact compulsory anything," you should not try to kill The Public Health Nursing Service,

i school attendance laws in most of the that mouse. inaugurated by the American Red

$ states, Florida for one, to compel the You should ask yourself, "Is there Cross in 1912, which operates chiefly!

people of the poorer class/ to send truth in what the mouse says? J If in rural sections untouched by other .-.. ----- ----..--. ----.-- ---.- ----
t children to school;While demagogues\ so, how can I correct my fault?" public' health agencies, has 1,038 Red

% .. boast of the universal education of The bad feature of Mr. Zangwill's Cross nurses working; under the drection .

4 1 American, those who are' anxious to talk is the harm, it may do to his co- of Chapters. This work bas

tell the truth can prove that illiteracy religionists among those already pre-'' won so high a regard' that many of IHAMPTONNEWSNOTE I IBirths

) { is by no moan uncommon among ev- judiced. It cannot hurt him, for he the nurses are taken over by the local

en the native borrf pop i1atlon. Herein will soon be back safe in England, authorities to maintain health services .
Bradford county where school facilities where they will approve quite generally -i for their communities. Instruction la: --
JI for his views on America. Home Hygiene and Care of the Sick David Spares Saul's Life-Herbert' .Song, What a Friend.
i f have been excellent years, -0- I Is noting a steady advance. Sine To Mr. and Mrs R. M. Faver, a Durden. Scripture reading, \Mark 16:20:

i many young men their and women are Worse unable But his inaccurate belitting of the lit certificates of proficiency have daughter, Nov.. 14th. I Saul Humbleth Himself-Ada Nim- Prayer Mrs. W. H. Griffin.
to write own names.
r0 11'110 To Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Slade a mo. Readings-Evelyn Jones, Ijesli
,
t'f A4 people have lived and died who Ku 4Clux Klan may cause trouble to been given 304,427 wome" com- .
yet
to hun- better Jews than Zangwill. And his pleted the Red Cross course.. la the daughter, born Nov.. 15th. Quotations-Virginia Peeples. Futch Edwin Wheeler Estella Hob-
,. were unable to count up one ridiculing of Christian Science does last year 2I.6S5 certificates were To Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Keen a Song, Dwelling in Beulah Land. by.
t dred. daughter born Nov. 11th. Benediction. Scripture Reading on subject.
not come with good grace from one awarded and 65,901 students were under
1 3! 'I" All thoughtful men agree that the belonging o a race that has so long the Instruction of 1,054 Red Cross P. E. Griffin, of Wildwood, ii the Our duty to them-2nd. Cor. 6:4.7: ,

stability, permanence and happiness complained (and justly) of religious nurse Junior B. Y. P. U. guest of his parents, Mr and Mrs W thy help them Matt. 7:12.:
f of our republic depend upon the enlightenment prejudice. The benefit derived from meals The following program was rendered H. Griffin. How to treat them, Jas. 2:8-9.: 9

i' t of its citizens because -0- balanced to meet each person' peculIar last Thursday evening by group Rev Quinton, traveling evangelistof Be just to them, Lev. 19:13-13.:

I well read men can form their own need I Is winning widespread recognitlon two of the Junior B. Y. P. U. servicesat Send them the Bible call, Gal. 1:25:
it at his worst Mr. Zang Chipley is holding revival
.*' opinions and will not be led by polit However ,
through the work of the Red Subject, The story of a Jealous 29.
'. leal economical religious schemer will is to be thanked. The United the Christian church this week. lie
\ or States and its people have a thousand Crass Nutrition Service, particular!; King. is accompanied by his wife, who is a Talk-Mrs. W. H. Griffin. '
1 and fanatics. In industrial life some
i 1 ,oj defects that Mr. Zangwill could in the tcheols. During, the school Leader, Miss Ruth Williams. I fine musician. They ire doing good Song, Does Jesus Care :
i t 1. education is necessary as there i isi not see many or understand. To make us year I.... carried on regular instruc Song, Send the Light. I work here. Sentence prayers led by Emma 'if
i hardly any calling, where mathematics than Johnson and closed by Leslie Futch
Uon In nutrition, reached more Sentence prayers led by Hilda Dur-
ft"JF render
is
think about them to a service -
'
are not employed from the engl 150.000 children and adults. More den and closed by Ruth Williams. I I Mrs. J. P. Sullivan left last Tues- Roll call answered with Bible quo
veer, who lives in figures, to the laundryman i than 2,250 volunteers assisted In thli Business period. I day for Vero where she will be the tations.

who Snakes his calculations -0Correspondents I work. Throughout the country 35,28: Special music-Hilda and Herbert guest of her son, A. L. Sullivan. Business period.
of the abacus. It has been report that Indiana I
by means :t
health meetings were held under Red Durden. Reading-Emma Johnson
Rev. Jones filled his
: truly said that if two young men Is controlled politically by the Ku '* regular appointment -
,
y ti i Cross auspice!* attended by approxl Introduction-Ruth Williams. I at the Baptist church Sun- Benediction by C. E.
( t start out in the world with everything Klux Klan, with that control already
mstely.254,500 person Saul Jealous of David-Minnie Lee
I else being equal except that one strong in Texas, Oklahoma, and Arkansas day.L..
sw Cheshire. A. and W. E. H. B. Dowling of Jacksonville, who
has few hundred dollars and the now spreading into Ohio and Wynn family,
a
Saul Tries to Kill David Novitla has been in town working for the
Hutchinson Mrs. M. E. Manire and our
other is without means, tho former other states. Annual Summons to
King. Gulf Life Insurance Co. left for Pa-
Master Veil attended the state fair ,
will be ahead of the latter. -o--
always I Another Plan to Kill DavidKathryn latka this week. i'
r be said that i if how controlIs at Jacksonville this week.
Likewise it may truly Everything depends on Red Cross BannerOn Weest. .
Cleveland Sullivan of Theressa
,
otherwise ballot
equally If the
two men, acquired. through
young David Becomes an Outcast-Annie was a business visitor here last Mon Mr. Carr, postmaster nt Rrn.k'\,,, '' ,
gifted, make a start but one has some box no one may complain. Vox pop- Armistice ,
Day Wheeler. .
May Tui1a
business visitor here \
schooling while the other is without uli, supremu tex esto hold, good, God Protects David-Hilda Durden day. was a
1 any, the former will forge ahead of whether you like the vox of the moment .
Junior Christian EndeavorThe Mrs. E. C. Williams who hn I I. ",
,
the latter, as on account\ of his knowledge !- or not. Aml'rlcn.treat/ humanitarian effort .
R I ; of the "three It's" he is able to -0- in behalf of stricken Japan early In following program was rendered I the guest of her cousin, Dr ,.-.

'st vie i take positions! that the latter cannot In a Wild West exhibition a dozen< September Rave the answer to the HIGHLAND by the Junior Christian Endeavorlast land, of Dade City, returnedi\.,

) fill, and he is, moreover,, enabled to I cows are turned into the arena; "wiltcows" question "What is there for the Red Friday evening: home Sunday.
i learn still nioro. Tho nfan, who 1 Is they are called. Cowboys with! Cross to do in time of pc/\ce'" What Highland, Nov. 23.-Mrs. J. Subject, Children in Mexico and in Dr. Biggs; of Starke, wa :a .

I able tfa rend books and papers, has : lassoes and empty beer bottles are the American Red Cross did at once Starling returned to her home A'I South America. sional visitor here this week

opened for him doors where he can turned loose with the cows. They when this crushing earthquake disaster Jacksonville Saturday after a 1

view the world, the universe, human lasso them throw them down, sit on came without warning; showed ant visit here with relatives.L. I
W. I. and W. A. ,
a r handiwork human thought: what them, and tho cowboy that first man that It was ready on the Instant with Singletary j 88 IDiNCLZmOI>fllTdClltCtJOly
the race him done und what may be ungvs to 'lilt his beer bottle with milk, countrywide team work to carry out Spencer moto' -> to Starke Saturday I

r" expected. Hence he is able to form no matter how, as tho cow pants and quickly and effectively: the request of on business. "

his own opinions AS u free man shouli struggled: receives! a special reward. the President to lead the national effort C. M. Click, of Jacksonville and \. t iI
o do; ho is patriotic and stands for To many civilized beings that appears for the relief of the many thou Albert Kingston, of Kingston, were.tranHIII.tint

what is riirht.! The illiterate man must all right. sands of sufferers. Preparedness to ) business here Friday.W. I

1 $ get his knowledge; and opinions from -oWhat take the field when relief Is needed is M. Wimberly was a visitor to

other/! and! us he cnn associate only should we say about a collec- a charter duty of the Red Cross grange Park Saturday. i
with men of his own ilk, he remain tion of oxen if they a similar Without a membership enrolled In ev- J. L Johnson, of Wall) was the
ti ignorant and becomes narrow-mind exhibition gave human ,ery community In the land thlrf+ readiness truest of II. C. Wimberly Saturday. i
only turning nursing -
4 is G. H. Barker, H. L. Layton and W.
That
r ed and unreasoning. mothers i into the arena insteadof would bo impossible.

i Every person has need of the ability cows. We might criticise them severely I why your'dollar membership Is most Saturday.H.Graham .motored to Pablo Beach on I'

to write a letter that expresseswithout for luck of delicate feeling.Religion Important.
a chance of misunderstanding It Is imperative that tha, structure C. Wimberly, Jr., spent the weekend
: -0--
'p of the American Red Cross/ be madeup here with relatives. I
what he would say also to keep Three centuries removed from the founding
t is still powerful in national -
of millions of Individual units.Opening G. M. Inman and Harold Wall of''
.1' Ti t his accounts. Reading and writinggo affairs. In Germany it plays a Starke visitors here of this nation sometimes lose sightof
to Armistice Day, November 11, were Tuesday. | we
4 hand! in hand. It is pitiful contemplate -
.\, greater part than Socialism, bolshe- with Thanksgiving Day, Miss Winifred Wimberly was the
'" how much the world loses vism capitalism. The Wittelsbach and closing the earnest motive which moved the Pil
or November 29.! the Roll Call this year week-end guest of Mrs. C. M. Click,
t because naturally intelligent men arc, royal Catholic family of Bavaria who will penetrate to the ends of the In Jacksonville.A. grims to declare a day, each year to be set '

able through to develop lack of their proper ideas.schooling, un- furnished kings to Germany Hohenzollerns long be- earth and to the ships sailing the A. Crews, of Leesburg is visiting apart, for offering up sincere thankfulnessto
fore the Protestant
seven seas. The 3.600 Red Cross relatives here. good and God for his bountiful
a just
Of college educated men and women were known, are again rivals of those Chapters in the United States will W. A. Brakefleld was called to his
have too not because i it Hohenzollerns for the rule of Ger- mercies.
we many,
hate their busy volunteers enrolling home at Great Falls, S. C., Thursdayby
I f is anything but a blessing to have an many, when she shall become. too members during this period imbued the serious illness of his father.
i'' advanced education, but because such weak tai rule herself. with renewed enthusiasm due 40 the Farmers through this section are Through all those year that act has.been a

I '.' people shun' industrial work where recent revival of effort when the call very busy grinding cane and making great leavening force. It removed retrospection -
and
1f.I'';. willing hands are in demand Stresemann, managing the German came from Japan. syrup. This will continue for several from the end of life and brought it to
overfilled .
i crowd into callings already republic allows the Hohenzollern weeks.
a ," Too many boys are sent to college; Crown Prince to return from Holland I I us annually. It has helped make this one of

I who cannot grasp the subjects taught that his royal Protestant influence -
the nations of the world.
too proud for Industrial great
and being might offset the revolutionary royal WOODLAWN
,' work, become drones on society. It Catholic influence of the WittelsbachsIn
I
NI i Perhaps it would be best if at the end of
colleges
was not for boys able to attend Bavaria. To let one royal religion Woodlawn, Now;'23.-J.;S. Norman
that Education Week was instituted fight another is his plan. and children, Lois Gladys anit'Lee- every day we would pause to realize our

but for the children of the corn- man, attended the, state fair ftVj ack- failure to be sincerely grateful for its many

man people, who have often a hard Frank Falos, a crippled laborer, onville Friday.'t- .1 blessings Thanksgiving however offersus
time to get even grammar school ad- takes his four young children to the Miss Lily Stokes," of' Jacksori me; ,

,e vantages.We State Workmen's Compensation Bureau spent Sunday here, guest of her brother the occasion annually and for this we

hope Education Week will a14' and says "You feed them I can- R. J. Stokes. ", are all grateful

so tend to improve the quality of the lot." D. L. Phillips attended the tate

teachers. School authorities pay too Ten thousand voices will cry "What, ... : fair in'Jacksonville Friday. We are not unmindful of the good--the

much attention to frills and hair splitting you, can't feed them You must feed Mrs. D. B. Browning is spending kind and the considerate thoughts and
-
'<:t' rules in choosing teachers, and them.; It'*your duty. To that everybody the week in Jacksonville guest of
+
II \ too little 'to their ability to impart sys, "Amen," yet the crippled YourRED + 1 her daughter,-Mrs. W. L. Valel :la. acts of our fellowmen here in Starke. We

knowledge. The teacher who cans father would get no reward ex- We are sorry to. report thevYoad .. are grateful for the part wt are permitted

make a child understand the problems cept a quiet conscience, for feeding building here has gone Into J winter to take in the upbuilding of this community.So .
{ k that come up la worth many times as these: children, whereas the community CROSS quarters but we hope spring will soon
I much as he who cannot. It must notI in general would get the value of open. we join hand with all on this Thanks

be forgotten that all the lessons giv- their work. Misses Beatrice and Marguerite giving Pay in paying honor to whom'honor

I en a child are very difficult to the Parents are working for the nation Chartered by Congressto Phillips and Marie Browning attended is due.BANK.

young mind, and thatif it was not for and supremely wise Providence relieve suffering the basket ball game at. Lawtey. on ...
I the child's fears and helplessness, it makes them eager to do it, glad to Saturday.
in and in war
,, would be anywhere rather than at sacrifice themselves tor the coming peace Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Parmenter of

school; 'But the practical teacher can generation; ; -at. home. and abroad. Jacksonville, spent .Sunday here the

,.a k. ;''wake his,pupils Me that when pickled +: ( truest of :Mr.\\ and Mrs. J. S. Mathis. .1 '* OF STARKE J
3 ;
;{ to pieces and.analyzed the work is X ,large panther, eight feet from Join or Renew Bey.: D. L. Phillips filled his regular :

w soot so difficult after all, and when he the tip of his nose to the end of its ppolntmanC at Saxton Sunday. ,

,. ; .' !;!illustrates its practical application he ail was displayed in Punta Gorda Your Membership +t JWl"'SMtD<*bi i. .and Beatrice Phil-! ...."....7 I.,. ,,,, ,,'-1-... eyse. .-....... :,3: .. ty.., 'r.I .- _.' ,.
,Ill..yen' creates interest in bis charges.tDt recently. The animal was killed !Pun- lips an0 Morine QcQwning attended ...
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FRIDAY NOVEMBER 23 t. 1923. BRADFORD COUNTY
TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA
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Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Williams and II I Something new Merita fruit cake, if!!! IF YOU HAVE .

II :Mrs T. J. Hodges/ visited tho Alachua II I for Thanksgiving,; and Xmas Thin I a! .ri..PIU.. ,Slcfc Hd"ah..Co.tl'\ 1
County Fair on Wednesday. make is made from the choicest imported nod Bow Bvlchingi l.. Dumb Aqua.food Sour Slom.rh
your dun
{ Bits of LocalInioriiiatjoi1 @ I fruits and Is certainly the beat ...lmtl.t., you h.,. no appo not t.,
Aug. Bockelman is kept busy making we have ever el1t(>n. Price very ru-1' '
concrete forms for thc many sonnble. See us early It you want :i T Pills
bridges on the various county road" one for the holiday menu. Peoples ,.
to be erected by the Quigley Broom I I I 't' Grocery! Store, near depot will r m.d> Urns trouble.Judge. .
Co.
Concerning Our People, Business I !: H. A. Green, candidate 'for +
ana 4
Among tho numb of Starke people him been
I congress on tho
run lately
Progress in the County and Town. Robert 'ono and Tom Hemingway 1 r who. attended the state fair in lie hui! attended! the fairs! of Taylor ,

arc building a derrick for a piledriver rs Jacksonville this we'kV(>1'0: Mr. and': and ..Iclf"I':1unlnti....., delivered an
to be used in tho construction of tho Jlra.' FLL: Smith, U. I' Armistice addn! nt Coons City and a 1
-- Alligator bridge on the state rondo I Cllrpl'ntl'r"1 I
I J Misses Clara Mao : ( +nil educational! uddll"I/ t tlllc: lenI1YI
Silk hoSe, 50c at Sternberg's. Uefore buying Tires Work on the bridge will probably \be. I Griffin, \Margaret Lung, CarolynKnpp : '"lny. 1fr
I for prices.. see Smith Kin next week. roil EDUCATION | ('. A. Knight, II. C. Wall, MM I I : ___ .-.:.
Mrs, E. L. Biggs spent Sunday in jI I >'. II. Long and sons, Allan and Richard -

Baldwin with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. 'Str I Mrs. L. A. Davis spent several days Mr\ and Mrs. M. D. Carter antI daughter : %
in Jacksonville this week. for Florida one of tho most signift-1 IENT-A-YOllflI
Before buying Tires see Smith of Starke, were visit-jri in Jack i 05. :M, Imniin has: bought lip 'nil the
cant in the of its
srnville on Tupsd.n" this week ntcnding events development |
for prices available
alluvial land the -
near *'tiU>
Better( shoes for less money at : ; thc state fair which is 1 I In forces-the observation of National' road 1, now under building, near High ICOLUMN

L C. Powell had business in Juck- Sternberg's.Mrs. progress; : this week. :. Education Week, Nov. 18-21, proclaimed : land. !Ho has lately.sold to Thorny

in illo> Wednesday. by President Coolidgw. In his Merseremi! .10 acres of the famous
\ E. M. Johns spent Saturday Miss! Mabel Weller is expected to( John Kennelt! place, including the residence
assorted
the
Mi Nelle Hughes won a visitor in Jacksonville. reach here tomorrow, and will I spend proclamation president ( Mr.[ Morsoreim\ comes tram I "FOR -1.\1.E: Olt RKST: ..-n; uterus land:j 0,
Tucksonville W dnCNday.A the winter with her uncle, J. :M Tru that every American citizen is ontit- '! Maine, and ho and his: sons, all him! I also: wagon and\ ( farm implements.

Buy pecan trees. See II. II. >v. Miss Welle-r has spent the PaRt 1.to, a liberal education, and points workers, arc busy: with improvements I'm.I ., II. Stuith, Starke. ll-lfl-tf
suit made to order for $2.) 1Vigglns. it I several month: with relatives in Em- out the fait that despotism finds its I n 1i:

at :Sternberg's.ilon enton, Pa. chief support in Ignorance and (that : ,I ,FOR SALE--Two mules and harass 1 ;
Miss Tholniu Hultzcndorf was n knowledge and freedom go hand in., .
one double wagon, one two\ homo
Johns spent in' visitor to Jacksonville Friday. hand. J ,
Wednesday I i disc harrow, ono weudor and three
iacksonvilla viewing the state fair. TONIGHT With the remarkable developmentwhich I I single plows. all for 27500.\>> L. .
Buy your electric light/ bulbs is now in progress tho state of > -Auto_ Topics Brow 1111'0. 12tf.U :! rsj
Mt and Mrs. A. E. Wall spent Friar from Smith. 11-9-tf. (FRIDAY) Florida is: itirging, ahead in every mn- j- !? I .t'
n Jacksonville. AT THE tcrinl way and it remains for tho educational i. j i ANTED: -Man to share crop on ;
\Misses Isabel Fernandez and Inez agencies of this state to .0'' farm. Good place fur a good man ;/:

A Z. Adkins. spent Monday in Lake Moitt spent the weekend in Jackson- Gaiety Theatre organize themselves! that the utmost i Write to A. I I"'. Pettoraon, Starke,
flutter! attending circuit court. ville. efficiency may be! maintained in the or see mo at Manning's' stove Saturday "AI
training of tho"state's children. This i| nfl 1'll0on. < H* '1:

Misses Isabel and June Bullen spent \Mrs. J. E. Wilson and Mrs. S. E. "Doc'Hlarvey is the work which the Florid. Education -- _- r... -.or
Dell, of Gainesville Association it attempting to ANOTHER PIANO SACUIFICKDue : ';
Saturday in Jacksonville.We spent Friday in -
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Starke. TIlE COMEDIAN: do, and in order to bring! it about': Lca/aj U) inability to ioeiftip! payments N.. .

WITHAl plans have been made for securing of Gas Connections wo have had n high gradu\ '
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sell the .
cheapest nnd best Yard wide Yf.'llow'homespun, I I more than 25,000 leading men and piano, in the bent rot condition turned .
aF
trees. See II.
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pecan Wiggins. 12 '/z c at Sternberg's.J. Perrin women of tho state as buck to UH. This instrument wo
bers, at $1 per person. Gasoline can not only drive ai can sell for n rare bargain,,giving
E. M. Johns made a business tripto W. Andrews, Jr., and family were TilE. CANADIAN FUN MAKER zens of the state will citizen-mem'I' car at terrific 81)eed-it can reduce terms: to responsible pit rUe". For

Macclenny Saturday.Col. in Jacksonville Monday attending the AND efforts of the association it to a mass of molten met full particulars address, Ludden &
fair. the desired quota of new members, Baton, Atlanta, Ga. It
Nat al. A connection short
and Mrs. D. E. Knight spent SternbergIN they will create for the cause of education leaky -- ,---- -
circuit hot engine the car is
Thursday in Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Alderman, Col. a great power which will have or TOURISTS: OPPORTUNITY ._- You .
and Mrs. D. E, Knight motored to for its only purpose the standurdiza- enveloped by Ore-the gas lank can buy forty acres in tho Irish po
Joseph E. Thomas spent Monday in Lake Butler Friday and spent the VaudevilleSINGING. tjon of the state's school work and explodes. It will pay you to repair tutu belt of Putnam county, Flu.,

Jacksonville day. an enriching of the ,school life for a gnu leak at once. at $1R per ucro. $.10 down gives you
TALKING, DANCIN Florida boys and girls. possession of land. Then $10 pus
Miss Sinah Moore is spending the Before buying Tires Smith SPECIALTIES AND There are other common month or seven years to pay it

week in Jacksonville taking? in the for prices.Mr. see A BLACK FACE ONE ACT FARCE Piles Cured in 6 to 14 DaysDniiUistil causes of fire, some' of which wanted. In the shallow artesian
state fair. cannot be easily drected.
well bolt. Near railroad markets
rcfrnd monry 'If OINTMENT fnlliID
'The Doctor's ShopIN cut a Itchhiil. nilntl ,,...r.l2. Protracting Flips.igiantly Even a minor blaze in your and good road. leading to tltrm.) ,,
and Mrs. T. C. Morris and chile
:Miss Moore !'! tillsItehln, Him..' and! rat\.can i'i car or mean. an nuts
Amy returned home dren left for motor nr.t otlr.,I Friday after spending a month in Bushnell and Monday Tampa. a trip to CONJUNCTION WITH THE lUG lay of cash for repaint. It or call Loavitt Land Co., PalatJta,

Plant City and other points. .V\ Merchants Night Mussolini increases the pay of sol in against wise such to insure IOHH. your car Flo. It*

Mrs. C. L. Moitt, of Lacoochee, is diers so that they are as well paid as ._ w
New line of dresses just arrived -.visiting her mother, Mrs. A. M. An- civilian workers. That's an echo of I 1
Get Automobile Insurance here
at Sternberg's. 'drews. PARAMOUNT FEATURE old Rome. They took /good care of M.w Spain' Got Namsu *
soldiers in those ancient days that covering fire theft, collision )liability I. pain, etyniolodcally./ means fat.1t -.

Attorneys A. S. Crews and E. M. A invf.'stment-Pecan "After the Shows"FreeAllFree Mussolini admires' and would bring and property damage.J. Peninsula The word Is, ae or4>
good I '
Johns attended court in Lake Butler lag to good antliorlty: ctorlveO from
trees. See H. II.
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Wiggins. back.A the Puulc Shafan-rubbit. This animal 11
Monday. contented army means u safe | R. Davis & Co.
dictator. has been very numerous In the
Miss Thelma Brinson, of Fiftone,
Frank O. Peterson, the dairy man, spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. J. The old plan was to give land to I Agency Established I8HB country, often destroying: .wools r,
was a business victor to Jacksonville E. Corpening.Col. the old soldiers and whatever they crop African ferrets. were kept to yb ,
Wednesday.P. I THE FOLLOWING PRIZES DONATED could take to the young ones. Good STARK, FLA.. I drlvo the animals out of their holes k- ,,
IIY THE FROG ItSSIVE' probably will do as well. II We find tho rabbit often t.pr..aut *' J ;
pay
t and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and chil- I I ,
E. Canova, Sr., and Son, are in dren went to Jacksonville yesterday MERCHANTS OF STARKE: L 1 nt.l iIo.h min. mJL'
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business.Mr. Mrs. J. L. Briggs.Mr. I, J. G. .Boyd, 21 lb. Sack Flour. Y
Bank of Starke, $2.JO( Savings Account -
; McNeil and daughter, Miss and Mrs. T. J. Griffin, Mrs. L. Deposit.W. .
Blanche McNeil, left yesterday to E. Jordan and son, Edwin, motoredto L. Overstreet, 24 !lb. Rack Flour.
spend u few days in Dade City. Olusteo Sunday and spent the day Bradford County Bank; $;!.50 Savings ,

with relatives.W. Account Deposit.
R. C. Hutchinson, of Plant City, Variety Meat Market, 15 lb. King .

has been in Starke during the week L. Douglas Shoes at $:>.00. an Ham. ta 'i tlUtt.1! ( nMt\rrl ,

111' business. Can't be heat. Get them at N. A. M. Darby, $1.50 Percolator < .

Sternberg's./ / S. L. Alvarez, Haircut and Shave. .... I
Buy your electric light/ bulbs J. W. White & Son, Aluminum G- .

from Smith. 11.9-tf. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. N'oflT, Mr. and Quart Boiler.Turner's -

Mrs. E. S. Matthews and Mrs. W. E. Drug Store, Vest Pocket
Misses Addie and Rose Baisden Middleton motored to Tallahuaaee on Eastman Kodak, $G.50 Value. .

pent the week-end in Jacksonvillewith Sunday and spent several days. Paul Tire Sales Co., 30x3'/i Inne -14 i) I ,
relatives.Mr. __ Tube Air rouge:: Brand. .
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Misses Vivirette Floyd| and Blanche I Andrews & Wainwright, $o Spot- ...
: and Mrs Paul Itaisden of Jacksonville light.
I McNeil, Messrs. W. M. Wainwright .
:! rejoice over the birth of a and Jim Kickliter motored to Jack- MitthrU'H! \ Drug Store 3 lb. Nun / w { y 1 .

daughter the 7th last sonville Saturday to attend the state nally'g Candy! $I.GO Vulue.Georj.'c's ..J":1.: ,. .
fair. \ Market, 15 lb. Swift'sPremium ,__
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Johns will\ go Hum.

to Jacksonville today and remain to Mrs. Roscoe Me Lane, who spent Smith's Garage, $13 Windshield< r
nee the football game tomorrow. '' Spotlight.Nat .
several the week with !Mrs.
days past Sternberg, Pair Everwciir Silk Three hundred and three years ago n band, of Pilgrim from the Old 1 Country ;
left for her
A. Z. Adkins Friday
Mrs. L. C. Ray is in Jacksonville homo in Cocoa., Hose.S. moored their bark on a wild l New Kuulund: share't t

visiting her sisters, the Misses Al- R. Johns: One Picnic Ham. Nino weeks previous this bravo bund, one hundred,! 1 in number, (letting

britton. Mrs. Sid Johnson and son, Sid, Jr., F. f' Stump, $3.50 Parasol. religious! : persecution, hud left Plymouth, Knglund; /, l, in their littlo ship, the
of Plant City, will spend the weekend .J: W. Morgan, $3.50 Corset.N. Mayflower, and I started wettt across the brand!, stormy ocean to thu land of
,JOn, E. M. Thomas and little son with, her parents, Mr. and !Mrs. B. Hull, Enameled Stew Kettle. I freedom. Thin. was the coming of our "Pilgrim fathers," and the place of
are spending' two weeks in South Wm. Struth. F. A. Crowder, Ono Sweater.J. their landing in Massachusetts! wax. known us Plymouth flock 1

Jacksonville, with her daughter, Mrs.J. M. Alvarez, $7.50 Pair Shoei.: Scarcely had theso brave pioneers! become settled in their new colony!
R. Mills, and taking in the fair. Misses Mabel and Pearl Reddish Shoppe Elite, $9.00 Pattern Hat. when the terrible New England winter wan upon them. The suffering that

are in Gainesville visiting their cousin Wills Grocery 1-2 doz China Plates they endured in evidenced by the fact that before tho following summer
Hollis V. Knight, of the University A. B. Johns and Miss Estella Goss, S. R. Johns, 24 lb. SUre Nut Flour one-half of the party had died. a r

of Florida, spent the week-end and attending the Alachua county NUMBER: GIVEN WITH EACH Nothing daunted, those who were spared, happy In their nuw-foiind
with his parents, Col. and Mrs. D. E. TICKET SOLD-GET YOUR NUM
fair.
freedom, stayed on, planted their crops and prepared for the following
Knight. BER AND DRAW A PRIZE SEE winter.In. 9
DISPLAY OF PRIZES IN WINDOWOF
Tuesday our NimrodJ scoured the 1621, the year following their landing, after a good harvest, tho
Martin Struth, of the U. S. navy, woods around Starke for quail, but I'AUL TIRE SALES CO.
ill i Colonists determined on a period of recreation combined with thanksgiving
spending a ten day furlough with
did not have much success. Quail, for their mercies.
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William though generally plentiful around Theatre many 4 '
Struth. here this season. Gaiety The Governor sent out four huntsmen who in one day secured sufficient ,
are scarce
: game to supply the colony for nearly a week.
Admission 25-SOc.: Door. Open 7:00.
Miss Ruby Poppell, who is a teacher Mr. and Mrs. Edward Burns v, Mrs.J. This was the original American Thanksgiving. For two hundred years I
in the Brooker school spent the ; C. Robinson and daughter, Vera it continued to be an Eastern holiday, taking place after every fall hare f'
week-end with her parents, Mr. and Claire, returned Thursday, after ; vest. Today it is a'national custom: the day being observed throughout '
Mr. J. H. the United States .
Poppell. spending two days in Jacksonville attending ro' I
the state fair. 7' In commemorating thls'blrth of our nation, let us rememfcr. that it was Jt,
Mr. and Mrs. James L. Frazee, of founded and raised on the Bible} that religion came first and business was M

New York City, came Wednesday and Mr. and Mrs. Dalton Carter and d'a., secondary consideration; that the laws of men were based upon the laws t
are guests of her mother, Mrs.. Rebecca family, of the Wateroak! section were After '..of God; and that the church was the first and most Important organization

Alvarez. Jacksonville visitors on last Tuesday, t of every community.

\ attending the state. fair while In -the Every Meal .H i,The best that is inus we owe to these sober, uncompromising, God- y+
:Mr. .
Angle Stemberg and daughter city. "fearing New Englanders. And the Farther we drift from their stern tenets fr

I Mrs. R. A. Barbour, of Jackson ___ MW *" Hm a packet in your :' and teachings, the greater Is our danger of shipwreck as a nation and
ville ..
are guests of Mr. and.Mrs. T. ; "
and Mrs. A. V. and individuals. Marcus
Judge Long ? a* "By
for
S. William pocket ever-ready
on Cherry street daughters, Mrs. Louis T. Jarmon and "

Annie Long, motored here Sunday, refreshment. Now as Then, Thrift is a Virtue
Mrs, J. M. Mitchell and daughter, and were guests of Mrs. S. E. Brown-
Lucile spent Tuesday in Jacksonville, lee and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee.Mr. Aids digestion.
and while there were guest of Mrs. Allays thirst.
Bradford Bank
E. County
F. Pomeroy. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, accompanied Soothes the throat.
: by Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Os-
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Kickliter, Mrs. teen, of Brooker, have been spending Far Qialily, Flavor aid
E. M. Thomas and daughter motoredto a few days with relatives at Plant the Sealed Packafe, I

Gainesville one day last week and City, making the trip by auto and =etW
. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Morgan visiting several of the South Florida I
Ogilvie, towns. .

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.I ", English peas and beets. L. W. ,

Jtickliter,'E. M. Thomas, D. C. Cox, e--t-bar
Ai Bronke'and F."F. Flame have let .
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D RADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORiDA FRIDAY
I PAGE SIX NOVEMBER 23. i!))2i: 1
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-- SEABOARD TRAIN SCHEDULE To Stop a Cough Quick SAMPSON CITY -;

u take HAYES' HEALING HONEY. a ASPIRIN

With The Bradford (In effect Nov. 11, 1923)) cough medicine which stops tile cough by -
SouthboundNo. healing the inflamed and irritated tissues.A Sampson City Nov. 16.-Mr. II.
box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE Owens of Louise
motored here Sun-
reaches at
iah 6 ) 1' Farmers No. 3, 10:59: a.Starke m. 12:16 a. m. Croup SALVE Is for enclosed Chest Colds with Head every Colds bottle and of day. Say "Bayer" and Insist!

No. 21, Cedar Key 5:00 p. m. HAYES'/ HEALING HONEY. The salve News was received last week of the

,i .. No. 15, Limited 1:16: p. m. should be rubbed on the client! and throat birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs.

L... -- NorthboundNo. of children suffering from a Cold or Croup R. L. Brown, of Tampa. The little I ,

i r 1 !I 2 reaches Starke 4:15: a. m. The' healing effect of Haws'; Hrallnd HoneIn- lady has been named Muriel. ItiMa a
td ; EXTRACTS FROM: REPORTS OF experiment station. No. 4, 4:26: p. m. Bide the throat cnmhlnml with the healing effort' cf granddaughter of Mr. and.Mrs. W. S.
drovo'a O-Peo-Tralo Salve Clio .
tbroutlll
Care must be taken in digging and puree o. r.
}" i COUNTY: AGENTS Nal+b. Mrs. Brown will be
No. 20, Cedar Key, 8:50 a. m. Clio KklD MUD tope a cuuith. % remembered -
: Iti ((4 handling sweet pot a too'.* so as to keep No. 16, Limited, 5:57:( p. m. Both,, remedies. are parked In one carton and the here as Miss Nelle Nebb.
them free of bruises, blemishes and "cost of the combined treatment to:$.<;o. I 4k .
Wannee Branch- g W. H. Smith was a visitor to the
I Kanta Rosa-Our farmers are getting digger; cuts. Sort tho potatoes care- Just ask your druggist for HAYES'
No. 101 leaves Starke 7:45 county seat one day last week.
fairs : a m. HEALING UON Y.
: randy for their community throwing
before storing them
fully
Mr. Wiggins of New
No. J.01 arrives Starke 3:15 p. m. River was a
Pensueola.Polk
also the interstate fair at out all that are spotted or unsound. T. J. GRIFFIN, visitor hero Saturday.

Spores of disease enter through cuts Agent.. Messrs. T. V. and Joo S. Williams

f 14 -Our county commissioners or bruises. gain Honor Wilson and Hiram Jones motored to Gaines.

I have appropriated money for sending The following rots, caused by fungi ville Sunday afternoon. '

I : an exhibit to New York City in Feb- are described by Lr. Weber as the -. on Armistice Day C. B. Brown and Mr. Porter motor

L I Many new comers are locat- main rots causing losses to the Flor- 'ed to Theressa Sunday afternoon.
ruary. I
Unless tho
ida sweet potato grower: Pumpkin Pie Link Williams and W. J. Roberson you see name "Bayrr"package 01\
ing here. ana tablet ,
( / ''t'n or on you ire inn, ,
qa!
J Soft Rot-This is very Common. .' of Lochloosa, spent the week-end herewith ting the genuine layer pro.lu, 111'1'

The potato becomes soft, let and '. -, relatives and friends. Bflribod by Physicians over twcnt WI
St. Lucie-An' organization to be mushy quickly after being dug and ,&4 .,' -t Fate Brown, who is attending school years ana proved safe by tin Hi"nt-, :"r>
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', t known as the Florida ast Coast Pine stored, and it is often covered by a ;! ::, f. .. here, spent the week-end with his parents Colds Headache
rx
apple Growers' Association was organized grayish; hairy mold. It spreads rap- !III6FJ11l "ll ll ll .,. .,.... .... Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brown of Toothn.cheumbaA'o

i. at West Palm Bench this idly from one potato to another andis :.-" ; Starke. Earache; Rhcutiiatim.. ,

'. week, representative growers from the worst storage rot known. 1 L1( .4)it'll liilllan Lonzie Phillips spent the week-end Neuralgia Pain Pain l,
I the enti..e east coast pineapple belt
; with
his
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. .
Black Rot-This rot is characterize. Accept "Hoyer Tablets of U ,
f attending. This county was well rep ed by greenish; black, circular smooth Charles Phillips.W. only. Each unbroken package:( ,,>ni' i ipro'per n
;; resented.Walton. depressed spots. Often black dots develop H. Smith spent Sunday with his directions. handy h.I. c .

Li ----- in the center of these spots ..n,. parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Smith, twelve! tablet ORt few emir. I n. .:
i -We have handled about [ : of Hawthorne. giftt"' nlso soil bottles of .M .ir I "
which
d //4' .t'i 25,000 blueberry plantq!\ this week. j which penetrate are not the deep heart and of tpe potato.rarely l Mrs. W. II. Smith and little daughter Aspirin l is the trade. mark of,. I ,,, .
of lII(11..n""li.u' '
Manufacture
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The Is all former Docie i
jl' 'I';" county breaking This rotjs serious and common. will return this week from
\ rt records for satsuma June blueberry .4 Tampa, where she has been visiting Salioylicuclil.
Rot This be-
.J 1 i"r grape and, sand pear plantings Snap Dry decay usually her sister, Mrs.! R. L. Brown. I -
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gins at the end of the potato /
produc-
l bean crop just shipped, prices satis The friends of Mrs W. S.
y;t \ many were visitors here
Sunday.
'I ing a firm brown rot. It spreads
i q factory. Nabb will regret to know that she is
t ,1 slowly and eventually involves the I Messrs. Raymond Brown and Ge..
still
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\ whole The inner becomes Parrish of Starke attended church
1 u I rj Lake-A survey was made with thed' potato. part Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hall and little I here Sunday.
( black' and dry. It is not common.
d' extension citrus .pathologist In se.ar- daughter Maxadelle, Mr. and Mrs. T. Miss Ruth Richard, of Lake Butler
r I f i" al groves to check up.the method of Java Black Rot-This is strictly a C. Thomas and children, Mabel,, Doris attended church here 'Sunday ,

,, t picking. Stress was made to show storage rot. It enters the potat. and Ovieda Van of Palatka motored i Eddie Lewis, of Brooker visited

( the field foremen and the pickers how through a wound and develops slowly. here Monday and spent the day I! friends here Sunday.* >

"' they can prevent decay in transit by Its inside is black and its outside often with their mother Mrs. Josie Hall. 1 I Crystal Wiggins motored to Gaines.

'g avoiding clipper'cuts, long-stem cuts becomes black. Tho potato gets Mrs. Eva Jones Smith and daugh- ville Sunday.

i' and rugh handling. Proper precau- dry and hard after from four to eight ters, Ednarae and Juanita and Mr. I Messrs. Harley Thomas and Join

'' lions.here' and in packing will prevent weeks. It is very destructive and is Miller of Jacksonville motored here i Thigpen, of Graham, motored here

1 j much of the loss"through: de common. Monday and visited her mother, Mrs.S. I Saturday and Sunday.
I Charcoal Rot-This rot is occasionally t' E. Jones.
cay.
I
I. ______ ______ Allen Porter has purchased a Port
found in storage houses. It pro- Mrs. Cox of Gainesville, spent one 'truck.

Osceola-County commissioners ap duces a black decay, which is distinguished day here last week. j
i from rot and Java black t Mr. and Charlie Phillips spent the week-end
propriated money to put on a county dry : Mrs. Fred L. Deaver, of
( ; fair here in January. The county's rot by the presence of small round Starke, spent the week-end here with I in Thereasa with homcfolks.

i p r I'' !' first carload of truck moved Wednesday bodies in tho flesh of the .potato. It )& : wr < his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Dea Misses Rosa Johns, Leona Moody
1 is not'? "* | Alphie, Ina and Minnie Hodges, Raymond
common. ver.
i r ; prospects are good/: for: one or very ..
more cars ear from now onj; :- ; The many friends of Grandma I Brown and George Parrish

''l a growers are sipping! co-operatively TIlE FLORIDA SANITARIUM 4 Smith will regret to know that she spent ,Sunday! in Union county with

f uncler supervision of county agent has been very sick, but glad to know Miss Grace Welch.

1 t and county growers* association. Florida Sanitarium and Ilonoitnl, trTOCA TCy that she is somewhat improved at The people of this section will be
: this writing. interested to learn that we are beginning -
Orlando, Fla. Medical, surgical ma
1 11 i the erection of a packing house
I Ht Madison-Held co-operative hog ternity capacity 100 patients. Equipment .t b+ v here. This! will mean a great deal to
s sale Thursday; over 300 hogs were 1 A TOINIO
/ modern rest diet, physiological our section of the county and will be
in. Judged exhibits at Jefferson chill
brought
therapeutics. Unexcelled in the south- Orove's fastelcsj Tonic restores of benefit to our farmers and truck
1 i f ) .county fair Friday. east 6-25-tf. 4A Energy and Vitality by Purifying end I

I ',,1 : mks' Enriching! the Blood. When you led Its :1 era.Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Lindsey have as ,.
Hamilton Orders for carbon bi
.
i Y9t A strenlthunlllll.lnvigorating(! | effect, BOO howit their !guest this week Mr. Lindsay l ,
f I sulphide and oat and rye seed, reached | I'm satisfied, if I help the e '
can carry ) mother of Jacksonville. t
4 ( brings color to the cheeks> and howIt ,
the high point this> week. The com- j torch without claiming that I lit iti r .
i I ,I Mr. and Mrs. David Parncll, "f
improves the j "
appetite, Y'Jj1.1 then
lilnation of one bushel of ont and a i -Uncle Ab. .
j appreciate its true tonic value.Grove's Jacksonville, have moved here and
half bushel .of rye seed to the acre I
we are glad to welcome them to
seems to be the favorite for winter I Tasteless chill Tonic Is simply I our

1111 ; pasture. .1.1I'UBCO Take care of your form tools and I Iron and Quinine suspended in syrup. So section. 4 "
I Hogan/: Smith, L. L. Johns and OoI
implements by sheltering them thru pleasant even children like it. The blond I'r I-
the winter. Maybe too they need a gan Nabb, of Sampson City, attended
I
needs
; t i -At Kichloam, just across QUININE to Purify It and IRON to 'r
? la, the county line the farmers tmve painting or a few drops of oil. v "' .iI Enrich it. Destroys Malarial! germs all' the dance here Saturday night.

i : shipped this fall about ton cars of What am I thankful for U\\ Thousands marched to be Wash- Grip germs by Its Strengthening Invtgo'- j I _

E 1 pf ,, I cucumbers which netted.around $1200a An easy way to determine when today? I ; limton Wilson home of war-time 1'resldent :sung/ EITW 'IK I
on Aruilstlc Avoid &
Well Day to listen to Relieve
listen-if mast \1'
you
car. potted plants need water Is to pickup his. address-read by Senator Glass
know
J the pot and rap sharply with the ; \\ as Mr. Wilson stood by, as shown NEW RIVER
t Seminole-First lettuce has been knuckles. If the resulting sound is Not so much, but I'm here V, In the picture above." Immediately GQZ.53SiNFSLUENZA

v cut; carload shipments will begin this dull the plant has sufficient water. ,I It's to pumpkin say, tit after the demonstration, Mr. WIIOn !- New River Nov. 16.-Miss Mana
-and
week. but if it rings the plant is dry. < I beau. pie a went for a ride-when the new Andrews and Floyd" Wiggins motor.

picture below was tn irE-D. ed to Lake, Butler Saturday night. !

1 Putnam-Visited;;; 1G schools in interest Rev. Proctor, of Lake Butler, filled t LJf3J. 6..AeC'1J
OXE IN TEX l
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'r of community exhibits for the I his appointment here.at the Baptist ,
little wound
Neglecting a rut or abrasion
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t for church
county fair and club work next Sunday. ,
of the flesh may in nine cones out often BY TAKINGtirjfllER5MiTv
year." Floyd Wiggimotored to Camp-i;
i cause! no profit; suffering or inconvenience -
but it the in ten that yule Sunday. j
is ono case
\ l\Iarlon-Spen most of the week causes blood poisoning, lockjaw or a No Worms In .> nuntLuy ..: ,-',1.1,111111 Cot a cold ? Messrs. Dave and Fred Greene and j 1!

talking poultry in Brevard county; chronic festering sore. The cheapest, .1,1 I vn irmiblvil'1 with Worms >tnv 'nnKuilliy Thomas Markey, of Pine Hill, were I
talked on culling hens for egg production safest and best course it to disinfect tho { cr,..r.whoa. tmUuMtea" poor hiuuu. and nan. MENTHOLATUM visitors here Sunday afternoon. I W CHHiTOHIC
wound with liquid Horozono1) and apply lulu tliciu: la meta trlosn Btonuifli' 'II tu ..> xo I'
and culling demon tra. Rev. Joe Kelly and R. Lewis of Ziff .
I I give the Horo/wno Powder to complete tho 1.I ., tions. fur two healing Trnrt'''". 1'rico (liquid) 60o
301'1 ,, .
and $1.20. Powder 30o and 60c. d by thndlaestlun.andyi"a ainnrutStriuiirh
.nlnq .1'0nl"toth..nol..y l..m. Nat wi: than
HOW'S All Drug Stores throwolTrr tilipol thoworms.a'ndt1. .:1101 1wlti! "AIn
THIS?
,t ncrfiH't health. PlMMnf." ,see ix'1'
IL HALL'S CATARRH MKDICINK: will\ GRAHAMGraham I :
do what we claim for It-rUl your system DUOOKEKBrooker /
of Catarrh vr Uuafnomi cawed by JUDGE WITH A HACKItONE: ON ------
Catarrh. THE THIRD JUDICIAL BENCH
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE!: con- Nov. 10.-MeWs. Will
elate of an Olntmtmt which Quickly Nov. 16-Mrs. E. T. Stew- Chassis
t Heliovus the catarrhal Inflammation, and art and son, Paul, were visitors to On last Tuesday morning the grand Jones, L. G. Barry, Roy Roberts, Jns. S370'1. D
the Intornnl\ Wednesday.John at this term of after
Worthington jury court, a
:' acts through the Itlnnd on the Mucous\ Cail business visitors to the
ti .Elurfaco"j thus amtiHUuif' to restore nor Lurramore of St. Petersburg, few days' session filed into court reporting were
I IUoua. countyseat Monday. (III II Illlpllpllpl IIU UJn ui Li a un UI ddlllllll I
that had their VIIILINaoLrAKlRaco
and relatives here. they completed
friends
Sold by druRKlnti for over Irving Dyal
v6 J }'. J. Cheney & Co., Tolndoi O. Miss Lorene Hazen of Raiford, was work and asked for dismissal.( h
< ter, Ruby, were visitors to Starke on
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t iJ ... the week-end guest of her parents, Whereupon Judge Home proceededto Tuesday. : iU l liMi

1. 4", HANDLE WITH CAKE AND' Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Hazen.II. read a powerful lecture upon the Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Barry spent I

.r STORE PROPERLY; AVOID P. Gainey was a visitor to Wal existing! criminal atmosphere surrounding Wednesday in Waldo attending to \ .
the and advised that
county
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i. SWEET POTATO DISEASE do Wednesday. the grand jury was not under the cir- business. L..w.w ew III
:. P. A. Crosby is on the sick list this Messrs. O. W. Dyal and son, Tru- I I
cumstances in a position tq be ad-
week.J. men, motored to Jacksonville last I
Careful handling and suitable storage journed.lie .
(, 11. Kelly was a visitor to New
Thursday, returning Saturday.
J are the most vital problems of called to their attention the
.. River Friday. Messrs. E. J. Murrhee L. G.
t ;. since from lack la enforcement demanding Barry 4'LJti
the sweet potato growers; : seeming of \\ -i,
Ranee Thomas, of Midway, was a Thoy Dyal Marvin Ogden and Ches- '
!' of the .
20 to 100 per cent potato crop here a far-reaching investigation.Three
visitor
Sunday. attended court in Starke
rots, according to G. F. Weber, associate murders have taken place in ley Fogg
Mrs. Turner of Alachua was a last week.
plant pathologist of the FloridaFIRE the county within the past month and be supplied la mttt Teguirtmtnl.
Body
visitor here Saturday.Miss Mr. Bohannan, roadmaster, spent types can every
onjy two indictments have been re-
Eunice Hazen of Island Grove the week-end in Jacksonville.Mrs. .

spent tho week-end here with her parents of turned.crime There unchecked seems to be over a wave the Murphy Byrd and daughter Ford Trucks Are Bought !

I't't I ,.Mr. and Mrs. D. ,Yo Hazen.: pasting I Beatrice, returned to their horse in

e -d Mr. and Mrs T. C. Hjzen and children failure county in together bringing with to justice comparative moonshine Tampa Frlday.l .- I On Performance Records ,

"' were visitors> to Starko Satur- l Rev. N. T. King, of Hampton, was
and bootleg violator. The I
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: I day. court further advised that the officers here Saturday and Sunday preaching If you were to ask a hun- vice the Ford stays on thedredorathousandFord I
L. R. Uaincy was a visitor to Alachua tit the Baptist church.
of the couijty official machinery job month in and monthtruckownerewhytheyuse I
Saturday.Miss Mrs. Jessie blames
Mary Sparks
should be investigated stating that with little mechanical
: out very i
Lois Gainey spent the fweek- and Miss Marcia Turner of Louise, *
I IF end at LaCrosse. the court was being hampered for the were visitors here Saturday after Ford trucks: ,in preference: : care, and with

I '. Sam Mott was a visitor to Hague i lack of witnesses not appearing in noon. to all others, they would practically no expense for

Is it Your House? Saturday. court for the trial of cases already L. G. Barry was a business, caller likely say, "Because the repairs or replacements.Ford .
docketed.
Abe Crosby, of Jacksonville, is visiting to Hampton Friday.N stands up." I ITheywouldemphasizethe
Judge Horne has the backing of all
1 friends here. Mr. and Mrs/Lester Kite of
Sampson

I Our business is to protect Maurice Chancey, of Lake Butler good citizens who admire his clear City, spent Sunday with her sis- They know that under the work this truck: does not 'J
cut in effort to bring to .
i position an
was a visitor here Sunday. ter, Mrs. Lizzie Wynn. endless grind of daily eerits initial cost.:
...... -large and small justice all law violators. The crim-
you
Eldon Baxter who has been visiting Rev. Dock Crews of Long Bridge, j

Best Reliable Companies '! here, returned to Alabama Mon- and inal class with must the backing be held of in the subjection better will preach at the Christian;church ford Truth tan b* taught through the ford.Weekly Purthaif pt... 1.


Quick' Adjustments day.Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot were element. Lake the City court Reporter.will properly function. Sunday Mrs. Equilla morning Jones and evening.spent Mondayat i Authorized Dealer 1 I

vistors here Sunday.T. -. Starke on business. ANDREWS A: WAINWRIGHT

DON'T LOSE P. Lyirmn of Alachua was a via MOTDEBS

i itor here Wednesday.
SEE US Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Stewart were !' Watch for symptom of norms In your

visitors to Starke Tuesday.R. !children.. Them parasites are the great ;
destroyers of child l life. If have "1
Peek & Perryman M. Gainey was a visitor over to reason to think your child baa worms YOU' act 'chapped .
Bradford Hands ?
Sunday. quickly.] Give the little one a dose or
'I Telephone 83 Miss Ruby Mae Poppell has resigned two cf White's Cream Vermifuge. Worms
; .. her position in the school here and cannot exist where this time-tried and MENTHOLATUM

s Stark Mrs. McKinney was appointed in her successful remedy is used. It drives out CAILS TRUCKS -TRACTORS
<: .J"ce.. the worms and restores the rosy hue of malcea them smooth ...

,f' L. 1.. ''Morgan ep.ue wt. wed't! -"va health to baby t' X Price 35o Sold by and comfy.llt&d

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> I'LL / pt'I l rX HIT ROOM FOR IT. I HEARD SWEET QUIT QUARtE c.-rT46 MAtZR1BDIE11r:! 'r" / ANt MTU. M PLRTMM ts"'

SWEET even, to TO j srf.-iK MV 'aPE6CH. AN* THE BRIDE AN' 6ROJM WISH AND MAD! UP r1Jh TH I
WITH YOU, DID You NOTICE HOW THAT THEY V.BCST:: AWAY HOME IN

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NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATRIX FOR Fl. ('. Frlnn teaching __b_ _______ 6JIO during month .___ _"_'_n Thursday. I UltOOKRKBmnkir
New Bulbs for OldPlace NAL DISCHARGE n. S...... do ......._____ firm Warrant IsNUed "_ ._?__.___ __ 22 00 Mark Clemons visited riOntivon) att.
H C HI ley boo----------.___....... 110.67 Balance Nov. 1, 102,1 ::: .-._.?-_ 5.1.7SDl.trlet : .I
Notice !I. hereby given. to all whom It mayconcern Rank. debt. Brookor Sunday.
Bradford Co _.__1028.00Bradford
that on the 19th day of December. interest No. 1nalnnc I ; Nov. 23: .-Mr.' and. !Mrs
-- Co ... 00H
Bnnk 201 Out. 1 1928 ___.__. ._ Arthur Moorer and Willis Swiruld
I 1. .
A. D. 1028, I shall apply to the Honorable teaching : ? 9Wecelpta Joe of
McRao ; .. .. ............ 68.74 __ Surrency New York City, are
order with Simmons & R. A. Green, judge of said. court, a* Judge ofprob.te. _.. ___ during month -.n..i..r i.uLLLWarrants attended preaching Hampton Sunday -
your B Saaai-e do ..... 4.1 74
lamied ____.___. .___. ... HO.AO hero visiting the former's
for my final discharge a* administra j ? ? parents,
C T Lawhorn do .. .. .. __..___... 116.1'
1 Stringfellow for light bulbs suitable Iris of the _tate of Henry Garner d........ land B Wrest do _-_-....._-........._. 68.40 Overdraft Nov. 1. 1929 _.- a-.---- 22.31nl.triet even inn:. Mr. und! Mrs. A 13. Surrency.M. ,
that at the aam time I will present my Eva: Willlama .. ._.. ._ No. 1 Mrs. Fred Clovurncttlo and son,
do _. _. 67.0O
i for current of new plant. 17 cent E.
Thomas and
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per final Pr.li.nc Oct. 1., 19211 .__ ______ 11.12 Henry
account a* admlniatratrlx of laid .. Delia Howling do .._____.._.. 88.00 ?? Shaw ,,
frieiuta. In 1'ut-
Herbert visiting
I are
allowed on old bulbs in exchange. tate and ask for their approval. S S Rowling ,do .. .. ._..__.... 197.10 Receipt' during month ._._-_ .....___ spent Wednesday, afternoon In I.aCrosue. y ;
Dated. October 19. A. D. 1920.IRENE C Fripp do .. .. .......___...... 98.80 Warrants Inched _?_____&,.___:....... WB.1S nam Hall.!!
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I GARNER. Ina" Whit do .. .. ....-.__-.._.... H8 00R Overdraft Nov. 1. 1K2S! ____________.. BILBO Mm. George Adams and three chil I e,
10-19-91-12-14 Admlnlatratrln. MeGruiler: do .. ._ _.. 70.001: I metric N.. 4 Mr. nnd IlIfrK. K. T, Ollt'elare in 4
NOTICEIn -- -- --
F. Thfirnuuest do .. .. .............. 68.00 Baton. Oct. t. 19BH ._.??_nn__ BO.ST dren of Macon, Ga., are vlsitlntr rolutivm -
Circuit Court. Etuhth Judicial Plant thin week rela-t
Circuit M Crosby do ,. .. ._..___.____.._ 68.74 Receipt. dnrinr month ..-......_.. here. Mrs. Adams in her City visiting
Bradford County Florida, in Chancery.J. ORDER FOR PUBLICATION on
I Billlen do .dog( Warrant issued _____................ 16.00nnlanc. lives.KuHBie.
II. RitchCumplalnant. In Circuit Court State of Florida. Eighth l Nov. 1. ..... 4J.8T buck home after a visit with relatives
N Stearns do-- .................. 68 00 .s.- ------ way Waters .small of Joe xs
Judicial Circuit Bradford County, In Ch.n.'un. J Thomas do -: .: _._._...___._. 68:74K I I >>. N.. in Miami for several weeks. non i
{ Floride Griffin; do ___________ BO.00 Tli.1r.noe.Oct 1. 1823 -- .. ---- 1(11.28( Waters, wale painfully injured last
e', Th Land and Immfcra* Julia Knight, a widowComplainant. VWelnt: durlntr; month ::::::: ::: .. I II. E. Moorer C. A. Youngblood, I...
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" foa Company, Corporation O Ray do .. ._.?.______.______.. 70.00 Thursday noon while playing ball. '
' a 1 J Holland. do--. ___.______._<..__ (10.00 Wiirr.nl. (1..11..1! ---r... '4..S L. Youngblood/ and J. P. Padgett were : _
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th Unknown Helm Claim
1 or V. J Halanr _____________ Vera
J T Hames do .. .. .... 60.00 Nov. 1. 1983 _. 188.118I Galncy la on the sick list this ,
ants of E. Strong Charles M. ----------
i Marvin. and Unknown Persona Tony Felix and Edna Felix, R Want do .. .................... 6000K 1 I I Dlctrlrl N*. 1 among the visitors to Hampton Sat week. '
Defendants. I| hi* wife, Detenda..la.bnt Wheeler do __ -. _.._-..___... 68.74 Rnliine Oct. 1. 1923 -- ?.......-..- 7J.OO urday.
l' appearing by affidavit appended to the M Moody do .. .. ..___.________. 6000A Receipt:* during: : .. James Ury Molt the Infant eon of Mr. .y, xt
Mil la Remove Cloud, Quiet Title and OtherlUUef ; filed. in the above stated cam** that Tony J Thom. do __ .______________- 08(10( Warrant Innuoil month.---__-._MIb.OIl Mr. and Mrs T. B. Trust, and Mrs. S, M. Mott la. convalescing L''
Kellx and Edna Felix, hi'* wife the defendant 1. Foirtr. do .. _- .................... 60.00 ,,11..I.nr. Nov. 1. 1923 ...__........... 69.00: Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Triest and son, ,
To all to Whom It Mar Concern Qreetlnat therein named* are non-realdent of tb. Ma. Thomas do .. ._ ..__....... 60.00 ;, District M' .. T I Thomas visitors Palatka this week. ;;.; t
.II appearing by the sworn bill of com state of Florida, and are each residents of T B Plnholater do .. .. ._..?......- 60.00 Balance Oct. 1. 1928 ..____.______ S2J.81 were to on Quite a crowd attended the cane
plaint In the above caus that them known Cumberland In the elate of Maryland of tho W Graham do ? .. ...___..._____... 68.00 Receipt during month.Itniance ... ......... Saturday.,
persons bellaved to b* Interested In the property United Statea of America, and are each over J Onilen-ilo __ 00 ____.___.....___... 6000 Warrant* laaurd' Z 00 grinding the homo of Wm. Harrell
th relu""k'dcaenbed. of real- the age of twenty-ono year tt I* thereforeordered V Surrency do .. .. .........____.. 68.74 Nov.:: 1. 101H,'".. :::::::::::::: 1U9.61 Thursday. night. '
dance Is and complainant: alletrestherein I I I that said non-realdent defendant be S Hutaon do _. __ __ __00_____.__. 11000 District N.- 1nllnne. The Quinine "_&t Out not.tlctt I 1"1
that they do not know and after diligent and are hereby required to appear to the bill R Edwards do .. .. _______...._... 6000 Oct. I. 1928 .___________... 7461 Rensie CoNon and Ccphus Harrell
Inquiry l I..*. not been .bl. to ascertain of complaint filed In aald e...... on or before B Kelley do __ .. _..__n_._____. '4800 Itcreint durinir month _........... Brraps of Its tontr inil lnK*"'v if any of the known defendants are In sxls- Monday the 8rd day of December. A. D. 1928. K Mlnton do __ __ ______...._.?..._ 60.00 Warrants issued ._ .... .. 21 MIlillinc T1V.: IIMOMO UIUNINK (Clnh..t.) rnn .I If., uihiny
i tone, or living or not and that then sr otherwise the allegation of amid bill will betaken J n Wllkinaon do .. ................ 128.HO Nov. 1, 192D,.- ..:=. .._- .-..::..G38Ini.tHct : anyoun :vltnmit ruuNlniJ I itrrvniiHtirN. r 'It> ternoon. ,
other person believed to be Interested In ssld a* confessed by ald defendant.It M Haaen do .. .. -._.---.-_--_._ 6700 N.. -i In lha head. E.W. ( S.i.v I A, MoKlnnoy: and Ralph ITazen r

property other than the known defendants la further ordered that this' order be pablI.hed o Hague do .. ................... 68.74 nnl.n Sept. I 192 _______________ '
.and the names and resldene of such personsare for four consecutive. week in the Bradford M Hawkins do .. .. .__..-___-.___ 6274 Tfwii' >tn dodos; month ...____..._... were visitors to Waldo" Wednesday..
unknown to complainant" and In said bill County Telegraph a newapnper publlah- It 1'oppel lilo .. ._ ....__.__-____-- 60.00 Warrant liwunl .. _...... _. THERKS3A: Mr. Hough/ of Clnyno was u visitor
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relief 'is prayed anain.it such known and unknown ed In paid county and atato I. Calney do -. .. ______._______.?- 117.74 Ilnlanca Oct. 1029 ..-?...______.-_...
persons.Therefore '1 This October. 811928. M Ogden. do _. ,. ................... 60.00II I. [ hero Saturday, ,
Is ordered that all persons I O. W. ALDERMAN. /Smith An .. __ _______.__________ 41.74: DUtrii-l__No._ 11flnUncit .... Thvresva. Nov. 23. Chan. Phillips I.oimlo Waters him. moved Into the ,
'allt : Ort. I. 102n ... .. 1411.713erinta a
named, or pemons elalmfntr any lntere.it (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court. R noiiinr do .. .. ............__._00 so 00 n
under or through them or either of them ornlhe..I. By C. A. KNIGHT 11 Morgan do. .. .. _____._____....... 6874 durinir month ___::::.:-_-__ of New River, wan visiting relatives hoitui! owned by K:, L. Crosby, of 'Jack a ,
' ... and sit unknown el at rain __ .. __ V'Brrnntn Imuril ... IHflflllnlnnca
persons ir Deputy Clerlt. It Kf-HHiiih do ? .__? ? 48 74 1023 ::::::::::::: hero Sunday. sonville.
any Interest In the property hereinafter de D. E. KNIGHT W O Dnvul do __ __ ____________n__ 11010H Nov. 1. -.- 104.77IXMrirt s
cribed or any any of Solicitor for Complainant. 11.241.4140NOTICE 1-erklns do. 6000 No. II Mr and Mrs. J. G. Willlanmon visited John I'inholHter, of LaCroAse, was ,
the named; n.rn1.h.'n\ : ; them, or K Anderson do .. .. ................ 6274 Pnliinre Ort. I. 1021 ________________ .13020Kret'lpdt II visitor here Sunday.J. .
Qthnrwiae. and all persons known or unknown F> Moore tin. ,-. _. _____._______....*.. 6274 duHnir month .............. her parents. Mr. and Mrs. M.
claiming an In term t In the hereinafter described I.ouin Hello Moore do .. _....._____. 60 00 Warrant Imiupil _nn_______.__..... 1.(ISllnlimct. Hall Sunday. II. Kaxtnr spent, part, of hint. weekin
: OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED ''' Nov. 1. 192': ____________ __ 12HM .
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property or any part thereof lying Jewel !Huberts" do .. ______.?_______ 6700Kreo .Im kmmvillo.Kldon .
and brine In Bradford county, stat of Flor- ,, UNDER SECTION 675 OP TUB Wynn ili .. .. 00._..__...._... 60.00 Ol.trlct N... It J. I'. Padgett wan transacting business -
',in. duftcribed as follows 1 GENERAL STATUTES I II I II \ J Thumps do .. .................. 100.00 Killnnrw Ort. 1. 192 ______.__n_____ 2ft4 liS'I In Starko : llnxter pent last. week at .
Monday.
All of block on. South range oats weaL I I Mae Thomas do __ __ ___...__.__.___. 60,00I. 1'cprint. durinir month ___. _u_ tho hednldo, of his uunt, Mrs.. Nathan
Fret half of block one south ranit two Notice I Ie hereby given that A. M. Blanchard I. POURd.. -. -. --________--________ 6001) Wnrrnnt: Inmji'il ................. flO 00Ilnlnncr Uov. J. II. Crews of New River,
Nov. 1923: ______:_:_______ 284.84Dlnlrirt Brown in KlackHhear (J"! News received
west purchaser of tax eertiflcatn No. 217. dated tl Smith lo -. 00 ___........._______. 4500 1. t4E
North half of block two south rang two the 4th dar of July A. D. 1921. hue Bled A O Jenkins do __ .. -____....-_-... 80 HO No. II filled his regular appointment hero nt here by relatives reported. her ; 9'
vrPtNurthrat aaid certificate In my office and ho* made application M I, "....I do .- _____________,._.. 17 60 :Hnl.nc.: tln' 11U3 :t.P4W..onlJo the Christian church Sunday. I .- e''
quarter of block two south rang for" Inv d",1, to "bMiiin in accordance .1 J McLcod repair' 6 _. ..._........ 10.00It NrrMptjl ; th--: : : ::::_ death WedneHilay n
two went with law. Said' certificate embrace the following AI"'U>rmun transportation ........ 4800 |1..u..1| ...._________.__n___ B2.00llnlnnci Mr*. Suslo Harder, of Starke, nt- Hiiyrii! .iuiney( Ccphus Harrell wore 'r'
All of block one north rtintre. ono west described. property situated In Brad. K Alilnrmnn' transportation ..___.. 46 Of) ) Nov. 1. 19U ..- ____ _______. 41.94 tended, the burial of Mr. Norton '
Fact half of block one north range two ford Count Florida, to-wit I I.. It Kidney do __ ___.....______.... 68 00 District No 14Holunpn Hugh\ in Waldo! Thurxdny.I. .
I rat I NorthenitV Quarter of Northeast Quarterof I. It Kilward: do. .. .. ---_________. 66 00 Ort. 1. 1KJ.1 ..n_________,. 187.13 TueHday. W. I'inholnter. nf Ja'ksonville, t .
,. south half of block two north range on. NorlhiMmt Quarter Sea 86 Tp. 6 S. K. 22: ./ I' Pnduett. do 60 Ol Trpccltitn. ffnr'nir' month ._ .... .
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BVfwtSouthtMutt E.. 10 acrea. Wade Hurrcll do __ .. ....:..__--_.. 6000 Warrants iHHuril, ___..._.____.._ 1 00Dnlitnctt Mr. and !Mrs. J. I1. Padgett/ and family I spent, the weekend here with rela-
r. quarter of block two north rang The said land being .......ed at the dato 0 W Merman recording .. ________ I.:?X Nov 1 I. 1028._________n___ llifl.1.1: visited Mr. and I Mm. Jim Coon, of lives b
I", 'wo west. of the leaunnce of such certificate) in the name (1 W Alderman. freight. and dray ___. 128Drew District H... Itllnlnnro
:;I- MHO a atrlp of land about 88 feet wlda of W. C. Ladd. C**.. blackboard. __.......... B8.04 Oct. 1. Illil ____ ._____n___. 190.77 Waldo-. Sunday. I I Mr. and Mrs C. J. Crews und! Mrs.
i north find south and extending.( aoroHS Unless aaid: ccrtlflcat ahall bo redeemed Ur..dt..r.1. C... Telegraph printing. ___. 84 00 TtTrlnla lluilntr. month .._________... Minx Kiithlet-n I'nrkham who is. (t. W. I'lnJml..ter. spent Saturday afternoon I
I, the couth end of the north half of block two according to 'law, tax deed will laaua thereon lot Null Bank Hninnivlll., interest __. 141.011( Wiirrunl. issued _.L_______..__._______ 0.KOllnlanco at-j 1
.. north rnnur one west and extending went on the 8rd day nf December. A. D. 1923. H R Wiggins salnrr supt .. -.?____ HOOK Nov. I. Ion ________.__.____ 10427 lending s<'hool) at Waldo, visited, her > in Worthlngton.It. ;
groan the aouth end of the northeast quart Witneaa my official signature and sal this H II Wiggins incH, .. __.___.____ 1218 Dl.lrlrt No. I* parents here Sunday. | Y. I'. U. every Sunday night.
I. *>r of block two north ranw. two west eon- the 80th day of October A. D. 1021. I L W Klckllter hoard larvle, .___-.-_ 4 20 l I1 Bl.ncn Orf. 1. mil .. _n__..__..I__ 121.31Ilecrhts : invited! to attend.Kessiu I a,
: mining forly-elicht acres more or lean, heinir .. .. ___............. R.BOT. ( during month ____-_._,------ ..110W..rrllnta Mr. and Mrs 1b Hagun\ from Hvorjljoily aF
In Temple subdivision of lands at Tempi (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court. J Wynn do .. .. _______.._..___ 6 40I IIWUIM. ___._.__._;,_-________ 1.00llnlHticit llumpton Mr. nnd Mm II. I iI. May I' Cal.son motored t() Worthington a
-* mill and recorded In book C, 421. Bradford Count Fla. W Klckliter apeelal' meeting ______ 420 Nnv. 1 1. 1023 ___________n___ 121.84 ,
public record of Bradford county, Fonda. By C. A. KNIGHT. A A Iliuen do .. .. ...-._,----_- 80I IH'trtrt No. ITT and family motored over to Keystone Sunday morning. al
t' or before the third day of December A. T>. 11-2. t-11-30. Deputy Clerk. F. J Wynn do .__________?___ 640 nl.nra Ort. 1. Ion ________________ 8B.07 heights Sunday. The full truck crops being "tf several -
192% tho same being1 a rule day of thla court" H II t Wiggly visiting! 2nd month ____ 8800 RfcHpl durinir month ___.....___.__ ) of engaged In the
ar said bill will be taken as confetmed ."aln.t M n Wli."lns on bond Inoue ._...__ 60.00 Warrants |l88u..1| -___ _.*__....___.__ 116(1( Monday our community wax Knocked our men are /
you. and that this order b* published In the NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED W O Ouval tearhlna .. -.._.....__ 128 00 Hulanco. NIIV. 1. 1921 ._____ _________ 8.8H to hear of the death of Mr. Hugh block business. Several curs are loaded I. 1
I lradford County Telegraph, a weekly newspaper \UNDER SECTION 67$ OF THE D C Jones meld .- u_............. 160B I DlKtrlcl No. IIIHalnnm of here week.
: : of Reneral: elrculai Inn, publlanttl:; at GENERAL STATUTES Perkins do __ -. _________0000__ 600 Oct. 1, lllil, _.__a.------ 130.92 Norton. Mr. Norton was 71 year every .
no' "ta.k.. Bradford co unty. Florida, for .eight7amecutive K Andaman do .. ___n__.____..__.. 811 nil l IGmvlpn. durinir month _____________ ago and had been in ill health for
; w.ai.! 1 I II" Notice I.I hereby given that W. T. Weeks, D Moore dn __ .- _____._____-___-- 60.no Warrants Innilrd ______.__.._________. i4.40Hnlnnce
Witness the Honorable A. V. Long Judge off purchaser of tax certificate No. 113 dated. the Lau Ilflle Moor do .. ...._n........ 60,00 Nov. 1. 11121 .-..-____________ lOff.02 some time. Ha leaves a wife arid ono To Cure a Cold. In Ono buy .
the Paid. circuit court and also the official ..*- 5th day of.Auiiuat. A. D..1"DJ\has filed said Jewel Robert .. .. ................ 6000 Bond fund No. IH son, Ross Norton, of, Clcurwater.,! Thebereaved :
(Tabled
nature nf the clerk as well as the official of certificate. In my office nad application II Layton do ........?_.____ 80 OHM .!..nr.i Oct. 1. 1B21 .________________ 7.01 I of take LAXATIVE IIROMU' OIIININK w"h..1\* }
f thm, court, this the 2nd day of October, A. D. for tax deed to laaue In accordance) D Newmns tneid .. .. .......... 1 60 RnrrtpfN flurlnir. month __ ___________ ) ones have the sympathy tops, she k', (:.4iiiilli end.."M'IHII|' It* real BOLI| bvx. :Kill-
t IR29. with law. Said' certificate embrace the following J L Simmons repair 8 .- .......... 24 21 Warrants Imtupfl --. -______ ..__..... the community. *M W. I.KOV 1 k: alit'iutum uu
O. W. ALDERMAN deaerlbed property vltuated In Bradford Central Scientific Co supplies .. .... 6000 Iiitlnc. Nov. 1. 1B23 .._____ '.81 I Q\
Clerk Circuit Court. Bradford ("A>nnt7c Fla. County. Florida, to-wltt From Sob Fonda tnt.rmt and Sinking No. I-- -
t'' By O. A. KNIGHT. I I Lot 4 of block 84 In Llvlngaton Truby Co'. Anthony Moor janitor I .. -...-..- 1600/ Balance. Ort 1. 1023 ______--__._--__97 l.87FM
Seat) Deputy Clerk. sub dlv of Northeast Quarter of Northaaat I. i.lner teaching ............ 20 CO .lpU during month _____ _______ 07.9S -f -- -
A. S CREWS Quarter, 'tins.. R 22 E.I J B Norman : 11i-S_..??._ X 2* Warrant tamed. -_-_-.-.___-.... ;
'i'' Solicitor for Complainant i J i I The '' d"1.2.i veered at the dato I) W Moor .feetlon 1 .. _____?..- 6 COn Bitlunco. Nov. 1. 1923 ______.________898..U .
JO-B. t-n-30.. of the Issuance of ash.. certificate in the name. II....... .teaching 1 .. ._....---...-. 1000R lntra .nd Sinking No. X*
of Edna Jackaon. MeRa* do .. ._--._-_______- I860H RalancH. Oct I. 19>M __....______,.18211 80 WITH YOUR PRINTING
un I.... said certificate. ahart bo redeemed 8*..... do .. __ _____.............. 1000) RnnilpM during month ..-.-__._____. 84.25
NOTICE or FINAL DISCHARGE according. to ,law tax deed will Issue thereonon Drew Co. report card 2 ...............'. 19 Of Warrant luaueit .>..-._..._._!
', In re _tate of Anna L. Thede. d.eee-d.i the 26th day of November A. D. 1928. Wit IRow. wood 1 .. ______.______ 7. 0BrailfoM Balance. Nov. 1, 1921 _________..__-1069.66
,r Note., i* hereby given to all whomt. may Witness my official denature and seal this Co Telegraph report cards 8 28 "O November t, 1923. I
aencem that on the 7th day of December, A. this 23rd day of gb.rW.ALD 102't. W E Thornton Janitor S __..... I860H STATE' OF FLORIDA
4' D1043.. I shall apply to the Honorable A. oi. B Hubhard abeam 1 __ ___....... 1000 COUNTY OF BRADFORD. (
fcreen. Judge of the county Judge's at: aa (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court 1> C Jone pip and broom 4 _...._ f.26 I hereby edify thai Id. foranoln ataia- -
...... of probate for ny final discharge) a* Bradford County, Fla.By R Smith leaching S ..-.-.-...___. 2000 m.nt of the receipts and dUbnrammtoitho of
oioeutor of the estate of Anaa L. Thede den C. A. KNIGHT. A Moor janitor 4 .. _-.-_...._- II !* hol fund of Bradford County for tile
10.20. 1.4141. Deputy Clerk .. ............ 1C.. )<* '
need : and that at the aam time I will R F Ward teaching 10 mtfjlh of October 1928, to tees and correct
T Plnholatn do .. ........._... 1000
resent my final aeconnta a* mentor of said 11 4'i. of knowledge sad belief
estate and oak for their approval. J Ogden. do 1.- h_.____...... 10.0O l bet R. a. "1001".. rMeEli'
MINUTES OF SCHOOL BOARD I Ij
Dated oat .. A. D. 1828.RUDOLPH. V fturreney do 14 ____.- 10.to B..erlatadnt.n JI
C.maty: i
W Graham do 16 .. -__..-?_ 1 . 19tllJO.. RExecutor. Lbr Co paint 18 .. .......... 160O \
Con. Lb. C* windows 4 ._ .___- 121 jI
Board met in regular. session Nov. J Morgan. window pan** (00 THERE A I

NOTIca .TO DKBTOM AND CREDITOR Bth, with all members present L. W. J Morgan crayon II >. 16.. ._... l.OOt
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All peraon Indebted to the estate of Anna Hazen and L. J. Morgan do 17 -
Kickliterr A. A.
.. Thede. late of Bradford _.tl'. Florida.eaeaaed. 1 Morgan do II ___?..?..-_-_ S.BO Theressa, Nov. 23Mr. and Mrs.
"- will pay awn debta forthwHb. and) Wjnn. C Cooper repair I -. ?-_-___ l..0
having claim* walnsl said aetate O W Walowria-ht' eleanlBf house 1* '..00L Rosa Norton returned to their home
shall: Irnnat aam* oMy a andorsigned admlnlitntor" years approved as read. -- -
from April 21. A. D. in*, or tIIq.wi befor.ry Cone A Well atooe pip 1 ___. 170 tending the burial of his father. They
"*ma- Widow. pensions were approved af O W Brown wood 4 ?-_.-......_ ItI." were accompanied by. his mother,
RUDOLPH S. THBDB.AdmlaUtrator D C lone wrwlMb _I ___- 4.II rightfully expect more than a' mere
Estate Anna L. Thedev ....... follows: D C Jens pip 14 .?........... 1.11 Mr. Hugh Norton.Mr. .
... 1..11-10. Belle Th.lmu Brooker $8.00. ''D O Jones do 16 .......... t.ot and Mrs. John Hall, of St. Petersburg' YOU
: H Thonuw janitor I .. ___._ !(" when get printing from this shop.We
Emma Bryant Starke, $3.00. ''V Humney tasehlng 14 ?.::.-_ 10.00 are visiting relatives In this you

Georgia Milliard Starke $10 for A V Oriffta' repairs. I ....--..... I." section.J. I
J I. fllmraona repair I 11.tl service. Service
-- promise
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the first month. I LH Hill ..........* 16 .. ______-_ 80 P. Padgett was transacting business 1 you Kind"M

COFFINS & CASKETS As there Is no founds in the Widows There being no> further business the in Starke Friday. study of manuscript; the proper faces of type to I

Aid Frnfl Llae *fACTOMOBILK pension fund, any widow can arrange ; board adjourned to meet- the first Mrs. II. D. May wa a visitor to
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with Supt. Wiggins for trade Monday in December. Hampton Monday.Mr. tion in alignment; exact quality of paper; how I II
UnJ.rla" .. S.p"li..
, at stores for the amount of their al and Mrs. Cyril Manlre viiited I

lowance.All his mother In Hampton Sunday. I and fold it. I

: BKAK8BArarars : banks desiring to be designated FINANCIAL nATSJN'1' ITJUMTT ICa001.FUND. Miss Stella Clov. tie ..a" visitIng -

a* ..... Tk. best swM depositories for school funds will .! friends In Hampton Sunday. No job to small for our

at ta. I.wrprteM.. 8pw- have their applications In by the first Coach avpertntennWnr "/ ....,&1 *taw> ..1 Mr. Smith, of Worth, Ga., Is visiting Quality Printing Standards
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f t. "eboal fend for the auto of
.... au_.... t. UIfTsphDeWITT astea Monday! in December, with a note attached October IMS. his daughter Mrs. W. T. Wallace.W. t

R.gLlard 6.ba1..e.: stating the rate of interest Cewml ..>ail Fe>4 A. Jones was a visitor to Key- I I

they will charge on loans up to Jan tone Height. Saturday.Mrs. Bradford County ,
Raton Oet. I. lltt __ ... 804.MRxelpu
and Jessie
C. JONES 1, 1925. during month .........__.JM.* 48 J. E. Owsley Charlie -
The following bills were audited Warrant leaned -.........?.8974437 Mr. and Mn. T. B. Triest Mr. "Printing Matter of the Better
STAWCE. FLA Balance) No' I. 12 -...........U.4.U James and
and Mrs. S. E. Triest, r
ordered
41 and paid:
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Bradford Co Bad ladebtodneM ....90I]..I. Balane Oet. 1. Ina .-._..-.. "..T'I homes motored to Gainesville lastS Kind"J

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r': :I Ii News Items of Busy Lawtey I. I.1 Itmmmmmm-- ntid1 mml".mrnW"! 'D'D.nflMllt--I Im [ Sporting Goods IK j jI




ICFgloter-Godwin W. Roberts, 29; R. M. Tracy, 30; E. J. B. Rowe was visitor to Jacksonville !Jt

i occasion the marriage B. Wells, 30; W. C. Wooten, 22. Friday. :MRS. HAYNES ENTERTAINED: : K. I .. .. a
A beautiful was
I of Miss Godwin to For marshal and collector-R. A. I K. KLUB IShells, Leggins Guns Cartridges Fishing
Marguerite Tack
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t Blanchard 23; V. R. Reddish, 36. A. R. Bowden cf Jacksonville, was ,
Mr. E. henry! Register, on Wednesday
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r t afternoon, Nov. 14th, at 3 o'clock ,For clerk treasurer, assessor and a visitor here Sunday. Mrs. O. L. Haynes charmingly entertained Reels Rods Lutz Pork Bait
Stanley
1 officer-L. II. Hill, /55. Heddon
registration ,
I, at the home of the bride's parents. :, Ii the K. K. Klub Friday afternoon I ( \ ;

Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Godwin, Rev. J. Mrs. Hattie Black and Miss Dora Vases and bowls of roses Pork Bait, Alfos Pork Bait. All kinds Lure' i

i B. Rooney of Jacksonville, officiating. Lawtey Ball Team Defeats Baldwin Clark, of Wateroak, visited relatives were used for decorations, and four I I. j,

I The local basket ball team defeated I 1 in town Saturday. I II tables were laid for auction bridge.On I

Mr. Tom Wyatt and Mr. Reed Le- the Baldwin quintette Saturday afternoon I ---- I each table were placed dishes of

':, i / Mance, of Jackonville, were the best ; here by a score of 15 to 13. Henry Burney went to the state I home made candy.At DeWitt
hard fought from beginning the close of the frame it was C. Jones
t man and groomsman, Misses Margaret It was a game fair in Jacksonville Friday
found that Mrs. Edward Burns had
Long and Iris Epperson of to end. Britt was star for
.: :! Starko were maid of honor and the Baldwin and Durban star for the lo- Terry made high and Mrs. N. Sternberglow. ,
i Mrs. R. M. Tracy and Claudia STAKKE FLORIDA '
I
t j bridesmaid.The cals.Lawtey's were visitors to Jacksonville Friday -i The hostess served delicious fruit
dressed line up was: Durban, Dmkintt a ;
I j bride was beautifully : salad with I
Rowe forwards Moore, center course cocoa.
t ? in brown satin canton crepe, carryingbride's ;
I The guests included Mesdames I
and the bridesmaid ; Whitehead, Reddish, guards. II '=....I.
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;. E' J, rose, with silver I This team will go to Green Cove Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Stokes of Jack- Sternberx1, Edward Burns, G. M. N'j -.;

wore yellow taffeta dresses 'Springs; Saturday for a return game sonville, are guests this week of Mr. man, E, S. Matthews, O. L. in the Paul Tire Sales Cos. store on -
slippers! and carried white chrysanthemums C. F. Hoover J. C. Hoover Dec. 8th. i+4'1"++++++++++
with that outfit. and Mrs. G. W. Stokes.Mr. J. W. I +++++++
t I, tied with yellow tulle. I :.. drews Jr., C. A. Futch. G. M. An-I, Cooked food, home made candy, as ,1.,.
Mrs. Jack Briggs sang "Because"and -- trunk, T. C. Morris H. H. Young, A.I I well fancy work at attractive -
and Mrs. G. W Roberts went to as prices
"0, Promillore.: ." Mrs. Linwood I Rev. J. B. Rooney, presiding elder S. F. will i Church tiI I IH
the state fair Friday afternoon Crews I* Turner, E. R. Neff, J. please shoppers at that time. Services
Register sang, 1 Love You Truly ,lof this district, filled his fourth quarterly C. Robinson, S. L. Peek !
and Mrs. J. II. Carrodine and son, Lee appointment at the Methodist I s

rendered two appropriate selections church Sunday. Conference was held Albert Jennings, of Miami, is visit. Junior Red Cross i + .. I II I I II II I I .

on the piano adn violin. I in the afternoon. Rev. E. W. Cramer, ing friends here a few days of this W. C. T. U. BUSINESS: MEETINGThe \ : HI I H+

; After a' short wedding tour the of Lake Butler pastor, was also present I week. Spreads Good Will CHURCH OF CHRIST \O'fEs

'I wilt be at home in Jacksonville :
happy couple November meeting: of the W. whether
y 'j E. Torode bus Every
W.
}. where their many friends I was transacting C. T. U. was held Tuesday afternoonin Throughout WorldNearly small church i large
/ I wish them a long life of happiness {i Mrs. E. D. Boyer returned home iness in Jacksonville Friday. the Methodist church, with a good I help.. should That it strive is such to be a house of '

and prosperity. I I'J j iSaturday she had attendance. is on, ()r the ,
'j i from Inglis where Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Thede and children 5.000,000 pupils In the schools crowning reasons for its ,'
Those present from out of town : two weeks with friends. After the transaction of routine the existence II
spent
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visited relatives !In Wateroak on community.
lot America are following the standard
were Mrs M. Bryan, Mrs. Robert i business the Testament
J superintendent of the doctrfn'e
I I I afternoon.M. I Christianity is a '
r y Bryan, Misses Mattie and Ruth Bry- Sunday Sunday school department reporteda of unselfish service as members of the ;I tut when in the Book
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; an and Charles Bryan, Mrs. Linwood i I Mrs. Enoch GriflU returned home successful union Sunday school American! Junior Red Cross the annual I and when applied it becomes a life,

Register, Mrs. Lilly, Tom Wyatt, Richard Wednesday from Homosassa, where L. Loadholtz, of Jacksonville, temperance rally, held on world's report of the American Red Cross comes incarcerated in life it be
If. : Reed LeMance and she spent three weeks with relatives I spent Sunday here with his family.E. Christianity keyed to
Register, temperance Sunday, Nov. 4th, with a discloses. This valiant host is rep- need, and to every
i Mrs. Jack Brings' of Jacksonville, and friends. large audience. Collection $20.45. resented in 125,072 school rooms of''1' need of the human every phase of every
Mrs. J. C. Adkina, of Gainesville, Mrs J. Roberts was a visitor to Jack I I race from the era-
t t A splendid report was given of Mrs 14.289 schools throughout the United :j die to the grave.
r J. W. Andrews Jr. Mrs. W. J. EpI I.. professional sonville Saturday. I
Dr. E. Biggs was a Armor's lecture in the Baptist churchon States. With a service >program that This !Is the minister's
I I person Dr. ami'Mm. E. L Biggs Mrs visitor here Sunday. ---- 1: conception of
I the 13th inst. Collection $30. New is local, national International la the Christianity he finds
14 ..' II. Long, Mrs. J. II Ritch, Misses Mrs. George Anderson went to the members and. i I in the Xew

Margaret Long, Nellie Stearns, Iris Mr. and Mrs. Tatum and children, state fair Saturday.. ten. scope, the American Junior Red Cross j I Testament. And since the New Testament -
A rising vote of than s was heart Is working for health belongs to no denomination
Epperson, Audrey Johns! and Vivi- of DeLand,1\ were guests Thursday unfalteringly therefore he!
I believes
', rette Floyd of Starke and Friday of their daughter, Mrs.G. Mr. and,., Mrs. Grant and children, ily given Mrs Mrs. J. J. Bullen for entertaining and happiness and In the promotion pure, undenominational he is preachIng 1F

W. Roberts. of Maryland arrived here last week Mary Harris Armor of activities among boys and girls when Christianity
he
and for the begins where
Town Election; Held Monday via truck. They will spend the winter beautiful reception givenin wherever there Is opportunity for use- it begins, and
stops where it
honor of the distinguished guest; stops. And a* far
here. '' I' as
j. The annual election of officers! for Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Goodfellow and and, to all committees of the W. C. T. fulness. possible he endeavors to aid in the

the town was held Monday and resulted children were visitors to Jacksonville U. who assisted in the arrangementsfor Increased activity on the part of solution of every problem that hedt-!

y .. as follows: Friday. L. D. Dorman, of Jacksonville, wasa Mrs. Armor's meeting.A the schools enrolled and deeper recognition i and throbs in the brain and h,'art! ,.'f

o, ; For mayor-H. R. Thede, 47; Geo. visitor here Sunday. report was given of the newly by school authorities of the ed- every man and woman who tends h"=

\ F. Young/ 15. Rev. Eaton, of Jacksonville, sup organized Loyal Temperance Legion ucational values of Junior Red Cross ministry. There is nothing( that ,con

For aldermen, three to elect-E. E. plied the pulpit at the Baptist church roIl'sses Mabel and Pearl Reddish' of with a membership of more than 50 have been significant features of the terns man that should nut, 'on, ,) rn

l t' l'{ liurney, 17; J. T. Moore, 45; GeorgeS Sunday. I II Starke"were here Thursday. children. The union voted money to last year. Carrying pn educational the true minister of Christ and! Ile,

: .: pay for supplies for the lea-ion. I I church.
-- -- - and relief work in France, Poland
i1r It was voted to send $5 to the Chil Later we shall announce '''III\. niut-,
\ Austria, Hungary Jugoslavia, Albania,
tf
IJ ICtER'f1'
:; .e\$ 'i' 1\IASO : G :MONDAY:. I to Heilhronn[ Springs, will please file dren's Home ""Society in Jacksonville'- Bulgaria and Rumania the American toes for the new year.

I I sworn itemized statements of same the same to be a Thanksgiving offering When we, contrast the tnndit.un, ."f
L I\tl with C. A. Futch, clerk of board, of Sugar From Wood. Juniors hare influenced the forming the church now with that of ..1.ar
Bradford F. & A. M. will :!
Lodge
1 ( hold its 1'bond trustees, at Starke on or before Now they're making augur out o rf After the business session inspiring of Junior departments In the Red ago there is great cause :for r,'j"i,
regular meeting Monday evening -
i to'' the first of December 1923.i wood. Chemists Lure found that they I reports were given of the state Cross organizations of these coun ing. Of course, we are small, but
Nov 2fith. Member urged
1 be present. Visitors!welcome./ !I i ll-23-2t C. E. ,.McLEOUD. can take a ton of sawdust and get a convention in Eustis, Mrs. II. M. Snyder I tries. American boys and girls wear- little things grow, and I prai.c God; I

:' quarter of a ton of augur out of It telling of the entertainment and Ing the "I Serve" button 6f the Jun-f we are growing and will continue M
;,.j" N. 'STERNIJERCJ. I|| The process cnnnlntR of putting the socflil features and Mrs Arthur Wood J fore are proving apt messengers! of grow

I\ : I Secretary' NOTICEIn sawdust Into n cloned retort and !iib> giving the high points of the educa- the spirit of good will and mutual iinj Bible school at 10 u. m
!
: 1 jetting It to digestion with a weak ao tional and inspiring; part of the con j I demanding through correspondence Preaching at 11 a. in .mil i 7-n: : }

r5T'v! t NOTICE I ordc'r that the Telegraph force lutlon of Hulpburoua acid under a pre I vention. The convention was the largest -I with pupils In schools scattered | All are invited to come.
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sure of from ninety to one hundred' and best ever held in the state. W. E. DAUGHEim,
'I All parties having claims that are may enjoy Thanksgiving day, the paper pounds to the square Inch. Eighty percent Mrs Mary Harris Armor, who Is employed I throughout the world. At the close Minuter; ,

I. unpaid for labor and material fur- will be issued! next Wednesday. of Ute sugar thus obtained U fer by the national W. C. T. U. of the school year In June 2,009 1

ninhed road number of Bradford as a prohibition lecturer contributed schools were engaged In correspondence BAPTIST CHURCH
on eight Please send. in your communicationsor mcutuble. The product Is called "ane Iim.EriN
, = 1 j.' county, Fla. lending from Starke ,: advertisements early. rAuloent" largely to the three days program at with a like number of schools

1 :t. --_ Eustis. 'I In Europe; 2S4 schools In our Insular Sunday before Thanksgiving" I HIV'':
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,. possessions and Alaska territory carried This is the Sunday when uifund(

! ,_. r READING: CIRCLE ENTERTAINED: on an exchange of letters with donations are received for the orphanage '
I., schools in the United States and South

.. 1 -o .... .a..n;, c. ttts Mri. C. L. Peek and Mrs. E. K. Ferryman I Africa In fact nearly 2,700 schools at Arcadia. All member'!, ;
.
.... "" "-': ) were hostesses Monday afternoon with probably 100.000 pupils were busyin and friends are asked to send r .brine.

.' : h. Town That P.rmita Selfish Inlere.U to Outplay Common to the reading circle of the this fine act of cheerful communication I i anything that will be of sort i. ,' :m

.. Interests Warps Community Ideal Methodist missionary society, at their while 8,347 articles passed such an institution. Groceries! e'specially
hospitable home through National Headquarters of the I
I on West Madison
potatoes canned U'\\
'
" street Red Cross in exchanges: between! the syrup '

; : t I I A Song For Thanksgiving I The interesting lesson from Building interested pupils here and overseas.An soap,. etc. Clothing Is acceptoril*] )

.' With Indian was led by Miss Incident of the- year's advance was ways. Make the offering; K''m-rna-' \

d. I. Sweet land of Liberty, how fining is this hour of thanksgiving Amelia Ray, with Mesdames L. A. the beginning of activity which will All gifts will be placed on the i"',it-

I -.. for ull the ble.ssinffs we enjoy. How inspiring is thee Davis J. W. White, C. I.. Peek, J. H. I eventually Install Junior Red CrossIn form and will be on display dun g

vision; of your bounty. under "government based upon equality Ritch, A. Wood, J. F. Colley, F. L. State the Indian schools of the United the day, being shipped on Moml.iv
.o is !fir Smith E. L Biggs, F II Long and A ;
\ consideration of human rights.!' Then some ,
1111'tC'mpel'llte
Z. Adkins each From every section of the country 1 The pastor's subject at the in">ming -
,; \ I thing deeper in the day than ,selfishly to review those betterments 6yRev M.A.Matlhewsnua.t.u lesson under discussion.taking; part in the I' reports of the tour of the unit of crIp- service 11.00, will be "The Iun<,

\ that personally have blessed us through the year Rather The'society was pleased to receiveas pled children with their chorus which dation of Thanksgiving." Let everybody >

I 9;?, ; I ,. should our t thanks!' go: forth to Him for planting ih American Aurucw r[ new members Mrs. Arthur Wood, came from the Bakule school In be in the place of worship! to

'rp '' ,I. ; hearts those principles of government which ensure our happlJ Mrs. E. L. Biggs nnd Mrs. J. W. Andrews Prague. Czechoslovakia to show gratitude render unto God the glory due unto

O I ness '*nml contentment UPSIDE DOWN Jr.Several. ': to the American Juniors for their His name.

J t ,- We will bo. poor indeed if we offer only formal lip service Perhaps this title could he better lovely musical selections ;, assistance declare that nothing Mince The evening service begins at 7 :30,

': I' f 1 of appreciation ;yet fail firmly to resolve to protect! to the I last phrasal lu the light of what I am added to the pleasure of the after ,, the World War has done so much to when Dr. Bullen will present the t"-

) I \ ouneo of our power our steered heritage of freedom. Yen, at about to say, Yf we were to use the noon. Mrs. Wood accompanied by awaken the Red Cross spirit In the ontlsermon In the series on "Three,
phrase "Turning! the World back to Mrs. Long, impressively "Be communities visited by the unit. Things to Think About. A large.
j this Thanksgiving!; time, let each throat shout in clarion tours sang
,w 'Ij"i Its I The work of the American JuniorsIn ,
rightful ponUloji. He the first of thi,
heard
I cause Loves Me So. Mrs. Ad. congregation
/ : I "From. every mountainside let freedom ringnnd with that Sin has turned the world upside I foreign fields Is emphasized in the
kins
and series
I" Mrs. Long sang as a 'duet, and the second sermon is :ir.\-
. a glorious song of inspiration let each man gird} his loins to resist down. It U literally walking on Its "He advancement of playgrounds scholarships Ji-
/ Whispers Ilia Love to Me, followed iously looked for. Bring your m :
t I l the insidious attacks\ that constantly wage war to undermine the liend. It Is ""I1I.11t the lionrt. Its by Mrs. Adkins singing the ,I In farm, trade and other schools, bor and visiting friends.
soul In doomed its mxMpty lit rurN4' 1 I I principles of our constitution I Its fellowship I". Helflnh ; rosily It in Bolo, "Now Sleeps the Crimson Petal" community and school garden work Bible school at 9:45 a. m., and -I n-
i Our thanks for bounteous crops will he as tinkling cymbal upside down. We have become accustomed Mrs. Biggs, accompanied by Mrs. I and donation.- of cash and equipmentto ior and intermediate B.,Y. P. t' ,it

,''t" 1 I i. if each of us i in not a constant tvatchman} nt the tower ready to Its present position. Perryman, favored her hearers byl I I children's organizations.: In these 6:30 p. m. '
projects $112.660.17
a to sound l the alarm when sinister interests seek! to undermine tho Therefore when we say "turningthe giving two voice numbers "Love, I was spent duringthe Our goal for Wednesday nightmeetings

'j, tiller. of the soil. Our praise for our prosperity will be but as world mmlclu 'down" we urn Have Won You" and "Call Me Back, last year in ten European countries is an average attendant "r i
In China
, '" talking, about the effwt that Chrtntlanlry Pot O' Mine." and In the Virgin Is- 75. The first month's average;; 'v"
a 'I :-e babble ifve do nut resist the insidious: and grasping tlank lands. ,
I -V i lit going to have upon preeant The hostesses, assisted by Mrs. J.II. 93. Next Wednesday is Mission\ Nh1;, '
assaults \ '
,
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r\ equal
on opportunity. condltlonN.
If
( hrl tll1l1lt
,0 nero
Ritch and I and African with 1",1-> '
daughter Harriet village
served an /
J' : American will their thanks action Let living ns true earnest stewards
i ) give greatest m us \\1\11'
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tempting sandwiches and hot chocolate and costumes will be on view,
PRESBYTERIAN
'r express our thanks. in intelligent interest in the management of ought to live they would ht.> CUllllt..1'ranatlcal with whipped cream. the pastor gives a talk on work in rl"'
and dangerous
1' 'i our country. The government is' not a thing apart. It i is not a / just MM LIMI ''
t Paul and Silas: were su conshlert-J; The circle was invited to meet the Regular; services at the Presbyterian I "Dark Continent to which : -
... ;_ private enterprise.: It does not belong: to ofllcials elected or It mtnixtcrs>rt. preaching .l4W third Monday in December with Mrs. church. 'stone gave his life.

.' 'i appointed.-' is the expression of the )people's will. As founded} pure old time rclluloun gospel> tltr) E. L. Biggs, and the invitation was Sunday school at 10 Last week 14,815 verses were read

t. it is the only successful system of government in the world. would bring on antagonism, produce accepted. a. m. I by thosewho reported on Sundnv,
social earthquakes, ami .. Preaching services at 11 and 7:30: interested in
<" Let us give thanks a thousandfold for its existence, but l let this nronso, Everybody is becoming
# o'clock.
the violence of tbi moh. The Jenr !
| the of the Bible and old and'
thanks ho buttressed determination to it Sweet reading
by BAPTIST MISSION:
a protect CIRCLE
said of Paul.. unit Slim. "Thene melt The 'I
midweek was1
y prayer meeting share in this helpful e-
young may
, Land I of
'e Liberty. harp turned the world! uii.ilI'
[.. ,, down." The members of the Mission Circleof well attended Wednesday night and ercise. The report tOT'the first month
., had excellent rend a-
an meeting. I the of verses
..' According to (Inure: recently made puM.ry; man woman ami The time niTi\ come to prt'iioh, the the Baptist church met at the parsonage gives number *
100.00
.' child In tho Fatted Ststeestorer'ten yearn o liO iuf, &gainfully' employe\ iroHiK-1! no. forcefnllv Mini fpHrlexvly on Monday nfternon. After T. J. HEDGES, I 91,206. That's fine! Make it

J' r Chills.' i In $'....(M> a year to defray the exjienav of running the government. that that ncpne will to re-emu'M-d. the devotional and business parts of Minister. this month, readers.MEN'S .

., t ., If up can attack tlif ;pitgnn system the program were completed under -- _.
1 look for fear he will be mistaken for a'I of wealth and bring, the lI.um'. )' -
I,' q' 0 Your city mars never up the direction of Mrs. W. J. Eppersonand -
changers ,
+ eomn'r)IIIIUI. The countryman always looks. up. lie I I. proud of bringa under the lush of r'IPC"hrl.'lanlty Mrs. J. J. Bullen, a'social hour
you will sep the arciitrt : SUITS--LADIES GOWNSAll
country iiphpiivnl flip world him ever was enjoyed at when refreshmentswere

'I Jt wItnr..sed. 'Pie gal ur tmiiipy. the served. Mrs. Epperson, the Cir Clothing Cleaned and Pressed Approximately One Half Pricesof
. Nriii-1. 7jiiiK\ lll told New York'n National Arts Club that It cost love of money flip piiemi.' lr..It.'lh.aloly cle leader, was delighted with the I r other towns '
dr. .'. r him $10 to !get Into Amt R ( lens sense of justice Hud dignity, and absolutely> no sense nf bnmor. In the PUMP or America situ well the interest taken STEAM PRESSING COMPANY
as In the work
'4. ',,' Then vpoaklnir of nUt admission fee again, he said hot had had hismoney'i the shame of ..lvlll j.tlOIl.. ...
of the Circle.
Arrangements are being -
worth --
\ This country U. dnudiiK uromi-I
made for the distribution of baskets
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the golden rnlf. and the
pnin:: manipulators
':! If we "on.h'r l whence Henry Ford obtained hIs great Imaxtnatlnn of the money system:! of of good things to eat at Thanksgiving

and hip GET
YOUR PROMPTLY
"M Cory Irs I Jlllld. corpse the worM hits stet MONEY
/ '''' soon. They do not admit the d n.. MRS.'1:. M.. DA VIS ENTERTAINS

"1. t, hnrll'I.: Sclin'ili ,declare.* ninety percent of MM misfortune have trine of Christian urewanlHhlp i they INMAN & RITCH.. ,
.. ;. come fmm hU kindness tn oth!'''. It Is pleasing to note that millionaire deny the authority of nod to do-l A delightful social meeting of the REPRESENT THE BEST' LEADING'INSURANCE
.l ; leant noinethliiff In with jniMlntier mand refuse
hare at common newspaper an accounting ; they
to bring their Income Into the hou- Presbyterian Auxiliary was held at COMPANIES: FIRE,
exhibitions the rnrf involving Zev of Oat where It the home of Mrs. E. M. Davis Tues ACCIDENT. LIFE AUTOMOBILE
Following the recent on Papyrus .. heinous. The !CO'"- ,
't f' and AIv Own., we react. the conclusion that the only rent' hors race, pel. and only the gospel ran turn day evening.The BONDS, LIABILITY
: after all. Is the old Irish race In which each maa rldu* the other f s41 the world rlcrnt-nldp up and put It time was scent in setting! '

1 1 .i low's aair and the last horse In wln>>. where It ought to be. stitches in dainty articles, fancy and)I a"'JUSTME(r. ,. ...,:.D ... flOMFTLY

useful, for the. sale, that Is to be held

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