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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 4, 1924
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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STARKE, FLOR A. FRIDAY JA''UAUV *. 1921. NUMBER TWE n'-EIGIITII.

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THE BROTHERHOOD CHRISTIAN ThePrideof North Florida\\ OPENS CIGAR



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llelpe'rhos.solves-Good Who Work Cannot Done Help in Past Them- : Stfts Date Bureau rtD. I II II I |Keystone Inn Elaborately Opened To The Public same: .to George Starke W.from Mann Worcester,)who recently, Maasnchusptts -

I opened! a cigar manufacturing
business in Starke January
The Christian Brotherhood of Starkewas .. On/ last Monday evening approximately gives out an inviting homelike at- tractions. Other speakers reproscnt-I 1, 19.21.:! In airunglng for the opening
organized Oct. 30, 1921, in the one hundred and fifty guests nictspherc, providing all the comforts 1 inn their different \ of his business, Mr. Mann pur-
were entertained at dinner by the of- that could be desired called C. L. Peek '
l First Presbyterian church. Charter 'vi fur those who on Mayor repre- chased. the fixtures: and equipment of
members were J. M. Truby, Rev. Tr t I''i oils of Keystone Heights. Although wish to enjoy the delights of the won- seated Starke, Judge Geiger, Oiri'ii I the Starke Cigar ('.0., which was formerly

r [Hedges, N. R. Hull, J. M. Mitchell, I tin formal opening of the Keystone derful Florida. climate both summer !I Coo Springs, II. M. de Montmollin I operated here by C. C. Stars

1 L. II. Partridge, II M. Snyder, W E. I II ,Ion I which has just been completed and winter. Across till front of the I 1 and Judge Calhoun, falatka. (ling[ Mr..Mann has opened up in

I Davis> S. E. Ritch,' John H. Powell, I I.J ..it t a cost of oO,000; occurred Tucs- I Inn extends a largo porch outfitted Southern Railway Officials Present 1 the ole- /rj", above Darby's store

.J I E. Paugherty): E. M. Davis, D. J. ddy, January 1st, the banquet) 1\on.1 with comfortable porch furniture, I J. J. Walsh, general superintendent It is h ."{ntentlon to place again on
Cox, William Stearns, Geo. W Me'I day' Honing was the real beginningf where a beautiful view through the I Hof the Southern Railway, of Macon I the market the A. I'. H brand of cigars .

Arthur and H. II. Young. It was organized I i .. the festivities.The oaks can be had across the broad ex- 1 was called on and his unqualified approval und as his business: grows other ..
as the Presbyterian Brother- ] guest list included, prominent panes of Lake Geneva. The Inn being I and support of the development brands and shapes will be added. The "!IT'

hood and, almost at once, changed to citizens, ;!: from Green Cove Springs, situated on a bluff him" one of the left no doubt in tho mind. of | A. P. H. brand always bore a very .
the Protestant Brotherhood that the i H Palatka, Starke and other surrounding prettiest natural locations that possibly I those present towns. A number of the gentlemen could be deeired. This system would do to In
men of the various churches might be spot, r help develop. that hit will turn out as fine a cigar
united in a community brotherhood arrived early and were conducted without u question, la going to be the I'I' injr a real resort at Keystone Heights under this brand us it will\ bo possibleto

A that would be strong enough to do effective over the grounds and given an opportunity mecca which the visitors and citizens I Already arrangements are In progress Bell for five cunts. !
to actually the things of North Florida will seek. Even the for the of
g work along the lines laid out, see establishing a station Mr. Mann is opening the business i
and be of practical service to all people that are being accomplished in this primeval Seminole Indians of Florida at the entrance to Keystone Heights backed with 21 vears' experience (
of the community who were In development. A number of fine homes ( recognized and sought out such and tho liscontiumg of the station at the cigar manufacturing businesa.The .

need of advice or assistance, in some i were seen under construction overlooking spots of beauty and little wonder Is Brooklyn, and following this better people of Starke and Bradford (f

crisis that had come into their lives. beautiful' Keystone lake as I it that they fought so tenaciously to transportation und communication county are glad to welcome the new

The.officers were: II. II. Young, president a well as a large number that are already retain it, the ideal home site on tho facilities will be had. business. and are wishing Mr. Mann t
vice J. completed and occupied. The bluffs overlooking the many crystal Tlio keynote of the whole evening I
J. M. Truby, president, every possible success
M. Mitchell, treasurer and N. B. Hull, I a RI'fat beautiful broad streets and boule- la ken. \vua that of co-operutlon. Each speaker ,
\"HIIwinding among the majestic, At 7:30 the &guests entered the dinI bespoke the qualification,' support
moss-co\ervd oaks proved revelation -:I log room and were delightfully and oo-operatiun of their
et 1.IarlI) of )Emporia a I serv i [ respective Head
(Continued on Page 4)) I (Kane College, has npeunl 1 a datenarglDIC .. ...,. Dawes to U. S.
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Heightsdelighte >rNew Year's day, and VM.n I Ir

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AmongMrs. i8e at the reception were:

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Mi, E. S. Matthews, :Mr and I to many of the guests who have with a three course dinner Fol- communities in aiding; the development I
I Mrs. C. Hoover, Cyrus and DonHoover been acquainted with the section for Il.'d the dinner Senator Frank P. of the wonderful North Florida

!Iss Marguerite/ Shriver, many years. The work of Improve- president of the company pre- luke region of which Keystone I I

Miss Fl flee'! :Matthews, Mr. and ment has done nothing toward destroying sided as toastm ster. Senator Miller Heights la literally the "keystone."(,

t Mrs. J. Andrews, Jr., Florence, the natural beauty of the outlined the development of Keystone It was very forcibly brought out that

EhzabetlLucile nd Leila Dea Andrews, place, which is unsurpassed, but has Heights in the past and up to the this development is not a flyby-night I

J thell Oscar Andreu, Fred added to it in a way that makes it a present and also the plans for the "skln-gamu" development but one
a Ch 1 rUf O w aft,
Sapp, R, *t Deraorest, Miss MadgeMiddleto : delightful retreat in tho midst of the future. lie then called on Mr. J, J. that is building for permanence. Six I !be> chairman B.ICtpntnsmWlo

) Mrs H. M Snyder, :Mrs. beauties'of nature. Additional homes Lawrence, the founder of the devel- hundred acres are already set in pecans -i n to lare* (farms stl

,, I W. E. lleton'! and 1111's. G.1.:\ In- are being planned both as winter and opment. Mr. Lawrence is a man of and satsuma orange trees, and It w Aiverfma
t T- wBfatftafWI*>l* r President( Comldg and Mr*. Cool man all the year round residences. about 20 years experience in Florida from time to time it I U very likely a PII)1 nq -
ddZe gave a Christmas party" to me m- Keystone Inn Is modern throughout and founder of the development at that additional acreage will be adited, (

ton at tb. cabinet and their font* DEAF( IF FRANK ST.\ItI.IXCf in every respect, large comfortable Sebring, in South Floridii.. Mr. Law- The property embraces five beautiful ,

f .JI.Utos,aboard r.>*the H.f PrWdentlfll* U4lia *= rooms, connecting baths, hot and rence mentioned the early history sand bottom lakes around which there
.> .. Frank lrllng died Monday, Dec. cold running water, electricity and and trials of"the starting the Key- are some of the most beautiful building Season

I 31st, aft a short Illness, RICe 27 I telephones In every room. The fur- stone Heights development and pre sites in the state. The land H es- .
I years. nishings are of the best. The large dicted the brightest of futures based

I The d sed was! horn in Clay lobby with its mammoth fireplace, upon his knowledge of Florida at- (Continued on Page 4))

Insurance Concern county ir 196, a son of Mr and Mrs .. .n _._ __ __ __ __ Begun SaturdayCabbage
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death he Us farming for J. M. Alvarez Strawberries. and Beets

Changes HandsThe or h place three miles northwest KEEPANEYEONBRADFORDCOUNTYcan I Sent ORSalurdayt

I of. ?ke. He is survived by his -

widow a- 11 small child and numer- aturduy. aw the beginning of the
ous othe relatives, who have. the The announcement which we carriedin The fertile soil, where the minimum I produce. Outside capital Is already present shipping Season T. S. William

old and well known insurance sympath: c all in their bereavement.The the Telegraph last week relative to amount of fertilizer is required to 1 coming In. Our beautiful lakes and J. Heenan Williams sent off

business of J. R. Davis & Co. is now dece .1 l was-very popular on account the new developments in the construction make the abundant crops, Is the foundation -I which are all\ that can be wanted for a car loaded with cabbage, R. C. Holt.

under new ownership. This was accomplished 1 of I many /good Dualities and of the roads of Bradford, for practically all steady splendid home sites, camp sites, etc, zcndorf sent the first crate of beetsof
I the of W. EI- I growth, wealth and Now 11 are attracting attention. The Gulf
through sale had a ho f friends particularly that of tho opening of progresn. I I i the season and T. S. Williams shippel -
lery Davis of his interest in the business Mr. Stjig served a- private in the bids for the hard-urfacing, hits the time when farmers from other I Refining Co. is establishing at Hampton the first. refrigerator of strawberries -

.to A. J. Thomas. Rawson J. Co M 12 Ifantrv, durini tho WorlJ aroused a spirit of optimism and sections will migrate to Bradford a distributing point from which The berries were extra fine
Davis retains his interest and he and War. H, ell tt'd with the local National in this community such as county and soon the fields will bIos. { they can serve the county with gsum-: and! of the Missionary variety. They

Mr. Thomas are now the sole owners. GI coiinanv F('>', 17, 1I20! has progress not been noticed for some time. Rom forth, for there is hardly\ any I I line and oils. Right at our very dooris were lent to Columbus, Ohio.In .

The firm name and style of J. R. Davis and was f-harved! Feb. 17, 11)23, at Not only has it affected directly the trucking or field crop that cannot be the Keystone Heights development a fuw days the shipment of cab .

& Co. will be continued. the expir in rot his term <.f> service. people of this county but it has also raised[ with the greatest success on I: project, where homes for winter and bage and beets will be. on in earnest.
This insurance agency was founded The loca and l participated in the attracted the attenion of people from our fertile soil, giving the farmer the I' year-round use are being built. These T. S. Williams .und J. Uuonan Williams -

in 1886, and because all valid burial se C's. the outside New interest 1 is veiny ev- opportunities that hu looks for. Without I and many other indications of thecounty's have about ten acres of this r

claims were paid without unnecessary -j The lint! liont was at Crosby cemetery idenced in the opportunities which question Bradford, in our mlndll, progress are already happening esculent between them I"'. F. Flume
( delay, it has always borne an Fri' L in charge 'f Funeral Bradford county olfceri. will soon be known an the garden before the road ia completed and A. Bronke also have good acre
enviable name for probity as well as'' Director I Ifc' ; Jones. spot of the state. I{I I even, or the hard surfacing material: ages./ The plantings look exceedingly
liberality. Only the best known fire, I : iDF i In fact, the opening of the bids for Not only the state highway, which I I being laid. What will i( be as wont well.

life and other insurance companies 11 OF INFANT the work In itself means that withina will connect us directly with the metropolis t 1 the work starts and when it U Beets have never looked better. The ?
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are represented by this agency. few weeks the actual constructionwork ,, of the state, Jacksonville, and I: completed? The wise men get in on (largest plantings are found In Thornasvllle a( 1
will begin is wiping out all reason other points south, of utmost importance I i the ground floor and ia the time. I '
of n9W
Mr. Rawson Davis is the cashier of Little F ten mon s fid Ion suburb, but smaller patches 7
I for any delay that may have pre- but the of lateral I Watch Bradford 1
splendid system county.
} Iflhl tied :Monday plentiful
Bank of Starke, and moat of the insurance Mr. and A. 0 viously existed: with outside peoplefor art
business will be transactedby Dee s ", and the rem tins wereInterred roads. traversing practically every Cabbage end beet will keep the
coming into the county and with Our own farmers and citizens are
of the have
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Tuesday, community county a shipping platform busy until straw
Thomas. He I is a young 11 sb\ cemetery
Capt.
local citizens and merchants for not asleep to the opportunities. Ev-
busines of high character, well S Funeral Hichartre 'or" I>. f. Tones in our direct bearing on the progress of the berry shipments become heavy. Although .
sman the forward steps looking toward the county. No longer will our farmersbe ery year is seeing/: greater acreage
rt jianv friends or the bereaved a ccmparatively new export
known for his energy and strict at- I increasing of business and handling: of farm land put under cultivation
I Isolated from the towns and cities
: the tomato last l
sympathizewith product,
entrusted f >m warmly acreage yearwas
tention to duty. Patronage/
and
the opportunities right at our very more crops planted. Pecan orchards
by narrow winding woods trails, but
p large and demonstrated by the
to this is in good hands. I them r 'heir sorrow
agency doors. farmer will be are being set, satsuma orangegroves
now practically every heavy yield and freedom from did
IIULDAH ROSSETA THOMAS: ATTENTION tMEI [CAN I EOIOV Bradford county has loner been within easy reach of the shipping are being planted. Our lands. eases of the plants that this section
known at one of the richest countiesin points and markets. The buyers can being well adapted to practically all is well suited for this fruit. The incessant -
the state from the standpoint of also more easily get in touch with varieties of fruit, we are going to nee rains which ruined the >
Dec. 29th, !Mrs Hul- The raw n r has/begun and we in the near future after crop
On Saturday, 8011 fertility, dating back to the ear- those who want to sell their produceat very grove later on, was a phenomenon unknownup
at still hol, r r ppti rs on SiturdaySaturday and after orchard.
dah Rosseta. Thomas passed away when the grove orchard
Jan. ly settlers, even to the time home. to that time and may not recur
\ the age of seventy-six She was a night n- ,ea't, re' md, Indians roamed the state, when other The new highway which will be While we have not been able to for many :years to come, and bar not
we
Christian char- 5th, the ,10)) wt' b. open '
\ woman of splendid I If sections of the state were considered : hard surfaced will be one of the most compile definitely the total acreage in discouraged: the truckers. To the con
acter; and while her sudden death are look g. I J to be pment.card almost worthless from an agricultural important links in the state chain of the different trucking'crops, yet we trary, a much larger acreage will bt

prevented any expression of readiness I you WIyol wi j ,,:J4 membersh bepresent. standpoint. This natural soil fertility -I highways as it will be the connecting are going to see this spring larger planted this spring.:. Sweet corn will j
the ,
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the "last enemy
to meet here but the roads which link in the shortest automobile route
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times
'Ih [ have paid was acreages by many of tomatoes, also be one of the large crops.
who
life bespoke her faith and prepared I their h. do no Saturday 'enabled the outside farmer to get in, between the two cities, Jacksonvilleand beans, Irish potatoes, peppers, cucumbers The strawberry plants are very ;
conducted d'lu dues, so
ness. Funeral services were whatIs proved the stumbling block and the Tampa. Winter visitors who are sweet corn and all the various rigorous and the 'stand good. The
by Rev. J. J. Bullen on Sunday r. ht rne op and tee barrier. Now with the last barrier now In ignorance of the wonderful farm crops. The wheels of progress acreage is not quite a. Urge as usual -

afternoon, Dec. 30th, many friends yom on. ne, 7:30.W removed, Bradford county can be opportunities of this county will soon are speeding up. 'on before they but ttfe yield will be big enough it' -

gathering at her late home in Hampton the Mr t 1 31' '" KHllan r! wmra : looked to as the county which will, have their eyes opened as they traverse get to traveling! : so fast that you can- to sustain Starke'. reputation as one,,
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to pay their last respects I make the most rapid our fertile county and set the Bradford "
Burial ed We d+ a trip to take- without question I I not. county welcomes the of the important strawberry censers .,.

.\. memory of this worthy citizen. land strides forward of any in the state. bumper yields of farm crops that wet" I I homesceker and has more to offer. of the state. ,
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w PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA
FRIDAY JANUARY: t, 1921.
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l PfflSJBr of the rum running fleets to bo Red Cross Field many
i News of Florida in Short Paragraphs ered up by rum runners ashore ga.th-\, \ tomer. Upon the same principle it parts of the country will be there andif

wwa.u.r.w.wwn..u..n.s..w+......ww., .. r.w.oh that these missed connections with I Of Action Covers is true that the best advertisement a it is a good fair they will spreadthe

the liquor either through a confusion county can have is a citizeiw'iin',i thatis news throughout the United

Live State News as to the time or for other reasons, All the World proud of its county and th.,it "ever States. For when they return to their

'N j as a result of which the beach comber -- loses an opportunity to boost i it. A homes they will certainly tell their

were ones to reap a harvest. Represented by 93.66S members, the good fair certainly ought to crane a friends about the bright prospects of

.. Told by Our Exchanges. American Red Cross penetrates to progressive and boosting citizu ship. this county, and many of them will
r nearly every part of the world The The visitors who come to ui fair write articles for their home papers
r. Rlt@ CZUJJInIJIm DmI' IDtOmmtT' ll wmmmmlDlmllJ 'mmmwWllllJUllWWl1ll p Two Pcnsncola children were killed Insular Rod\ foreign roll cull statisticsfor will learn much of the rcsouroii and about it. This would surely be a ben-

Miami now has population of 50 Tho and a third so seriously injured that tho past year are a moat conoln- advantages here, and they will read efit to our county, or
a ,- first of Chilean nitrate any county
cargo I fatal results
f arc feared, through Ire manifestation of the Red Cross I
271 the reports to remote gectj"m:", that which puts on 'If first class fair.
I, an increase of 70
20,700, or percent of soda received in Jacksonville in plosion) of fireworks caused In ex-I spirit carried Into the most remote
over the 29,571 shown by the I five Volusia Is a county with wr. 'rful
months
arrived in port board the I case by the child mistaking a lands. In Europe there are 4,033
v, United States enumerators! in 1020, American 'steamer Schodic which carI 1 i cd Dancing Devil for a piece 80-'all'l/ members In Turkey and active la possibilities and great opportt ities I .
I 1 ( 3,545. Chi for new settlers who are wL 1 \ to ,, "'" f'.-''' n -> ....sr.tovssnu .-
according to a population survey just nod 7,000 tons. 1 late( candy and biting Into the deadly tile Constantinople 'bapter ; ..,n., .. .jitA' ,' :
completed for the Miami Herald. I j na has an enrollment of 2,252: ; Africa, aid in Its development If th' ) opleof -, r.;. <*SW> :"
i I II mixture. This' year there was intro- 111 India. 224: and Australia ... r ..''Jsf;
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L. P. Goette county an 'rest ""moII'" ," ::r f :' _frtm
president of the Florida I iu
duced new typo of noise maker I
Fine progress is being made over Citrus Process Co. a Even Vladivostok. In 'rigid/; Siberia in the fair and make it a cred t J the l:">...Ia8" ".' .'_ .>* ""l
manufacturj.eri known vI
an Dancing Devils. These toy has a live chapter with 100 members. vow $551 -, : -
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Columbia county with the tobacco'in-1 (I county, it will be a very In: I'er- i1 1.
of citrus I
by-products, hns purchased { bombs. or torpedoes are exploded by The Philippine Inlands can mobilize
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tisement. If the fair is he! : luring| : '
dustry. Something over 260 acres of a factory site at Eustis, and being thrown violently to the sidewalk 51,747 under the Red Cross banner v : \,
tobacco lands: have been selected and I[ plans are under way to erect a three II or being struck sudden sharp ,! and Hawaii 7.843!\ The total funds .

prepared In readiness; for the new story factory upon the ground. blow. In shape and color they rcsom-1! I I ralaed through foreign and Insular ---

crop. ble a piece of chocolate It 1111 I membership enrollment and sent to ,1 P
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national headquarters In
Washington
-- Jack Stavely, night policeman at believed that in each the child '
that case mounted to 160.218 54, while an a delltlonal -
Due to the fact no myst'ryI' Stuart was shot through the )6u NeeO!Ift lf lf
S I thigh j was under the Impression that the ,! J33.3.r)n was forwarded for the i r
surrounds the suicide Me- I
Friday by an "unidentified negro at deadly explosive was a bit of candy, I endowment fund of the American Red
:k-, nown Tinker, wife of of.rs Inke i i the railway station. In the duel following -I placed the same in its mouth and 1 attempted i Cross. The high: nets roll call In 1922 ',h1tiii: 1-14&'" i1 -

,' nationally ]mown r whoishot j ', the officer shot five times, all to bite into the concoction. ': was an Inspiring succass The Navy I .2"" '.! -'.;r I ,,. -
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herself through the head with a taking effect' in the negro's body, and With a loud report! the torpedo exploded i! signed I on 4,331 for tho Red Cross and I \
: Tuesday! morning, no Inquest"was I I causing death. | the merchant ships 4,141. Of the total IteiAai.ir '.' I li u nun: wh, '""I every right to iiml-didn't. Ever hear of
I and the children were terribly s::, ,pit, '). "i. Oak i l.t i ; who
held by Orlando officials and the I. membership outside the United fulifoiulH makes $500,000) a year at
I injured, in one- case at least causing registered with the ; 'd : i'' i M' vfUII.U \; \\\ [
States 83,990 aro chapters
body will be buried here tomorrow.
The growth and development of' wounds from which the child bled to'' In foreign lands the Insular possessloas i.l' ij.no clilldK, :i, u.n: In a stable loft brutalized In an orphanage -
I Orange county in 1023 and plans for I II death. and dependencies."I li.? N today rocwni/: ,1 leader of the cooperative! movement among
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ill ,,, Carrying, a large consignment of the early part of 1921 are little short = flll'II"" N
Coffee I Ins. Il' .t nilo;' In PII' l' bile, fonvej'ancc, a cable
coffee for the Cheek-Neal the
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Co., lof miraculous With $12,1>07,830 With a'bullet hole in his neck made want to; therefore I can!" Is the funf ,.j! II 1 i I'ltlmt1.. N. B.. killed when 1'1\1'lrn| w'nv car nine was Ills Bretaqui'
at Jacksonville, the S. S. Liberty I worth of developments in the past by u soft nosed bullet from a high spirit that spurs the Rad Crosa worker .". "I i p'" 'j' '\'h', .il I bl.or', donna il loud ID th,' .Mtrlckwi fumlly.
; Glow arrived'at the municipal docks year and $3,129,000 more in prospect power rifle, Henry Powers of the lone in welldoing.IT Ills Lira. \.iwh.' suit (Ii'I i"L n saute whoa his mother ,ltlc tlnrou and
,; and terminals This makes the second I for the early months of the District tllrc lie.< 111 : "I "i, II 'lJyllllll nnd they gave him u cotton uniform
new to Fort
year. was brought Myers
\ In'' "h'Ir 1 ] ,' "+ > ire ho was brutalized/
big shipment of colYeo to this nnd poorly fed.
DRIVES OUT WORMS:
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Tuesday afternoon for ,
I treatment. I 1 ,'" I he trnriun'od 1 from the nriiliuiiiiiro
school
k port from South America within tho Gainesville entertained one of the The position in which Powers stood! I Tho surest Sinn of worms in children ia wile,; ." I'MU' : II t 1 I/tU I/ h" miteied t'uii,,n CKU at Cincinnati.
past few weeks. largest gatherings of farmers and at the time he was shot saved his life. paleness, Lurk: of interest in ply, frctfulI Th. n r \. m'Id 1 ht'|j II ,ihrouph; Hasting" LI''oll"ll' at Frisco by ,I
business in its I nc a, variable appetite, picking at the alto. ", ....._ tus+ >> mail tutoring f
men history Monday He went out at Christmas and sudden ,
noon : nose
day Blurting! 111 sleep WhentllI'lIO .
,
\ 1 rctm "I ti the
With the arrest of Tom Rollins > OrplmiiUKe, n* Superintendent, reor-
the occasion being the formal openingof to got an armload of stove wood and symptoms appear it ia time to give I ,id and
lti'epi-1-R. made It
Ha.ii/' [ n model 1 nut I tut Ion.
said to hail from ifamlet N. I I Whitc's (,
C., and I the r'a11l'crmiIuIi<>. A few done .
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Alachun
County Creamery Co., stooped over the woodpile to pick the' '"i+1' t l" 'Il'f|Idil 1 ills schomi" of 'iMioiicnithe[ marketing and
,,', John Boone, an alleged escaped convict I which i III destined to mean much to wood up when something struck him drives out the' tonal tho!worms to health and puts tho littlo iaN'a'U'' ,'j".r< uatjM'l l Uo State Martl-t CoiuiuUslou.. At a dinner
one on again White's
I' from Montgomery, Alp, members the farmers and people of this coun in the right buttock 'and him Cream Vermiftiuo boa a record/ of fifty 1'" .>! n i I.-. ''itio Kuhti. Intel'nuttoiiiU hunker, at which Judge J
'"" of the sheriff's of lice at Gainesville I ty. spun years of auucctuf: use. Pricc35o. doll:; by n l.: .' 'I.e t : :.. !n.nl. "H.>e billion-dollar United States Steel Corpora. ,
1:;" around. He heard no report of a gun; N ---t'' iriii'nr: IIP a asked why the California growers were run I
believe[ have broken
,
they All
Stores
up I and did not at first know what had! Drug loo, ".. .nil tin 1 1I'rll markets
d- part of organized band of automobile I Tired of evading arrest, Joseph struck him. When the blood beganto i,4 to Judge I try, ijuplro> said : ;'
thieves! which have been operating Symons, alies Joe English, 35, of New pour from his shoulder he realized MISS BItOWNLEE WINS FIRST '. -ni lurniorH nrlict their'products as Individuals. They are l
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. f; in Alabama, Georgia and Florida. I Lork I'KIZE no' 'n is i: :'iVester, farmers lined to dump their output wherever
City, surrendered
j to the Jacksonville that he
was shot amt. seriously if not
'iI It \\.1"4 ;'rinvn. Thus li*} created a glutted local market from which
? police declaring he jumpeda fatally, wounded. Neighbors put him "CI'ul11"r.! could buy t their own price. That's bad business. Now, i
t! Oliver Beasley, 23, who was shot, $0,000 bond in Gotham three years in a car and rushed him to the doctor Miss Beth Brownlee, daughter of the Cn1!If 01'n in farmer: bv pooling their products and having a central -
"(t, in the abdomen by his fiancee's son, '! ago while awaiting trial on chargesof Although Powers heard Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, is winner 1 iiHliiPKs, oigaulKSon, of experts to sell them, have adopted the

y F; Edmond Pickett, 19, Dece. 17th, died grand larceny. He says he is not others who were on the premisessay no report of the first prize in the essay con- 1111I." inethodM as the eat steel Industry. !

t.' .,. Friday morning in the Duval county i guilty and claims he was framed by that they heard the distant test conducted by the Volusia County
hospital.! Pickett who surrendered New York report Fair Association, her subject being i!
, gangsters.Mrs. of a gun and the whine of the
to the police on the night of the affray I "Why Volusia County Should Main.

'r is being held in the* county jail 6. F. Gimbel, wife of one of bullet large"(which number struck of these him. high There area tain a County Fair." Last Saturday

on a charge of murder. Ho claims j the members of Gimbel Bros, New in Lee powerrltll's Miss Brownlee received the prize, E@
county and
'r e elf defense. Beasley told the police I York and Philadelphia department have been made many about complaints the- which was $25.00? ]

Pickett shot him without cause. i i stores, was arrested at Miami Thurs- careless use of them where the set From the DeLand Daily News of i

I day for reckless driving while speed. tlements are thick Dec. 21st, we copy the following: A

More than 1,000 quarts.of imported I ling( on her way from Miami Beach to I More than 100 essays were enteredby a
champagne wine and liquors of her home students in all the senior high
superior on Brickell avenue in this soj3E YS
i Plies Cured in o to 14 Days 1"0) never been tt bosom friend of
vintage are to be spilled into !;, city so she would not be late for \ lllHtl rrNnd mane fain schools of the county--Daytona, De- I clad agitation. sty at propaganda f
the Manatee river at Bradentown ''!'lunch. At the '"":.uel"p, > ,.. Bll-il 3k.dtnaarl4nuwtloaI': Land, Daytona Beach, Seabreeze, pt p t
j police station Mrs. .... '''li. ,. P-I ,.n -''+", rid v. .. ,.. "i. ,rliki the :;.,n'9ter't8 afloat. I'm
t. '- Some of the old topers who haven't I Gimbel found her pocketbook contained New Smyrna and Barberville. The essays leary of the feller tit wonld sanctity the ,lS

tasted any liquor more than 24 hours I(|I only $3 HO a traffic policeman came were of a high order and Indicate mtlon, iiml I ralrljoiithe the demagoge pvl fdl vl A'1 sT/f,
old since the drouth struck south WOODLAWN that the youths of the 4d{
to the rescue with a S15 bond. county that! tolls me how to>te q0
Florida, are wishing they were fish. I I I Woodlawn, Jan. 4.-The Christmas have a keen insight into economic ,
"" '.reiciv: i.tere'l In n healthy con-
t Apparently dazed program rendered here at the school matters.
by moonshine liquor
: : Mtutloii! cnin'iioec-Ht! right endeavors
William RatlifT, an Avon Park boy, | It.O !Mudge! 21, of Jacksonville building on Christmas even was a I First prize was awarded Miss Beth .i.i,.> L'UI1Ulu'llIae ,ii'iice ; with happl-

won the gold medal for the best judge j lost control of a heavy truck he success Brownlee of the DeLand high school, lives flip s'in- r"ar.fbon..t executionIt ;

of swine at the Florida State' Fair in was driving on Kings road the vehicle Mrs. Eddie Milliard and, children and the article follows: RUM ,sM+. ortittM'e along about ail

Jacksonville last month, according to I careening off thc'road In a ditch returned to their home at Valrico on A sufficient reason for maintaininga 4.., Ii" grnt. !al{ '
\c an announcement of the compilation against a telephone pole and Into a Tuesday after spending the holidays fair is the many buneftts that would *' Il
I ".+ i ii- Boolt'l'Jre me if my Jedjfinuiii -
of scores just made by the agricultural field, wrecking the truck and killing hero with relatives, I 'accrue to the county. Among the advantages oi
I'm well aware
xeeius I u> \vav
college of the University of Flor a negro employee of the Hubbard R. B. Osteen was a visitor to Jack let us consider the follow
the devil sets his 'nereis, on my track! ,
ida. He had a grade of 01 in judgIng / Company, who( was: riding on the ma sonville Saturday. ing: ,y Lit! I woiildo't .ii t to make the situation
swine in the live stock Judging chine. D .L. and J. S. Phillips were visi First-It will tend to stimulate tho
A< any !graver, .bY''n-tln all my ailmentsto
ih.. contest for county vocation ngricul- I tors to Starke Thursday farmers, truck and citrus fruit growers hell.deeervt'a'kI t

;, tural training work. I j Hundreds of acres of potato land Bus Smith of Oak, is the guest of to adopt and put into use more a I Iat .

I in Holmes county will be cultivated. his uncle, M. D. Carter. scientific and better methods of culti-

Clifford McMullen, an able seaman j This decision on the part of tho grow- I. Mr and Mrs Isham Reddish, of vating and harvesting the various
Plant City, spent Christmas produced in the county, for ata -
of Clearwater, was drowned erA was reached after extended, con here the crops --- -

along with his five year old son. Mrl I tracts were signed, guaranteeing a guests of Mr.\ and Mrs. J. M. Nor- fair these growers will meet to view !' .. : M .. ,--..,
McMullen started 'out, with his wife I cash market for all potatoes raised.It man. the prize exhibits in their several ---- c aI

y and three children on a large motor has been decided that potatoes and Rev. and Mrs D. L. Phillips had, as lines, which have been produced by I I"M 1----i; Ii Ir

t boat. When otf tho Bellcvicw dock, tobacco shall in future monopolizethe their guests Christmas their children, other growers, and at a fair the experiences r ::{ ];

tho oldest son, Jack, fcjl overboard.The acreage lately used in the growing !Mr. and] Mrs. O. J. Phillips and J. S. of many will be related and rrf.c'i t

father plunged after him. The of cotton. Phillips, of Miami, and !Mrs Eddie discussed to the profit of all. i II
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mother Ami two small children. beinir. Ilillard, of Val rico. It is evident that careful selection ..... .".".""" -

wr' unnble to handle the big boat, it kept I Ted Grosh, University of Arizona i Mr and Mrs. R. Lastinger and children and cultivation will improve any I', 'WV LO, PETR FOB(>tT ': '
I
:!); on going. Becoming exhausted the athlete, was shot to death anti n of Daytona, spent the holidays product. The celebrated Lue Gim ':11

:!%I, father and son went down. The boat young woman companion is in a se- : here with relatives. Gong/ who"lives here in our county, .. -- .. ,j .
'
te- was picked up InI short time and ,I j rious condition as the result of an at- Mesdumps Katie Valencia, of Jacksonville is an excellent example of what can I sea, M \.- 'I- :I1

yy brought to Clenrwater where the' tack by a negro; at Miami WellnesI and Effle Crews, of Raiford, be done in this line. Who knows but I I", -.. t'i j 1

':\4',' mother and children were taken to I day. According to the young woman' were the guests Sunday of their parents from attendance at the fair, many (I"" : f I -,, r... i" '."1 1"111"\,1" \ /t .,,
'''y''''l their home. the negro first shot Grosh, then pulled Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Browning Lue Gim Gongs may be developed. 1"1: .

,;:., .. her from an automobile and shot Second-What has been said about I I \ '-t:; :!

:!If)!' Lionel L. Dampier, of Miami, a fed her, leaving: her for dead. A passing THERESSAThcressa advantages( to the growers, likewise I l : .f"'oi'l; ,:

1'' eral prisoner, who escaped from a motorist found Grosh's body In his I Jan. ".-Mrs. L. G. Sib- will apply to the manufacturer and 1 'i 1\1"r ": "..w { :Fill: '" ;

deputy United States marshal at Val- car and his companion wounded and ley returned to her home in Putnam preserver. With the amount of citrus I : 1 I
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a In order his ) helpless the Hall Sunday after visiting relatives fruit grown in this county there is a "
dosta, Friday, to pay I lying in road. Officers I u n'I I'i!': "lluh' it I i
mother a Christmas visit before be- ,, are scouring the hills in search of the I II here- Saturday. great opportunity for making pre- : .. ,
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ginning his sentence, reported to the negro Mrs Eloise Moore, of Valdosta, serves and canning grapefruit. This I ........ ,'" _:_: '!tI

federal penitentiary at Atlanta, Gn., S Ga., is visiting her mother, Mrs. J. E. would certainly be stimulated by the I I I

only to be denied admittance. Later, I For six successive years Morris Owsley.C. canned and preserved fruit exhibitsat A Stking Value -' at 295 I

s however Dampier was taken into cm- Levine, owner of the Oneco Vegetable A. Youngblood and E. S. Sibley the fair. I

Cody on an escape warrant and placedin Company, and the largest individual were visitors to Hampton Saturday. The fair would also tend to improvethe Consider the improved creaoing its cost to the I

Fulton county tower. The man was I.1 grower and shipper of vegetables in Arthur :Moorer left Sunday for Ti- large dairying interests. ,;i ap ,euraie- 'of the new purchaser. :
denied admission to the federal penitentiary I- Manatee county, has shipped the first tusville where he has accepted em- Third-It will tend to create and '
Ford Toirp Car one
because he did not possess I 1 carload of celery. Grown on his own ployment. foster good will among the inhabitants I' A comparison extending !

commitment papers, and the officials I, place, packed there, this car rolled Chas. Phillips, of New River, spent of the different sections of this would liar .y expect a over a long period of yearspropottcit I
I, Christmas here and thereby to improve the I advance in will reveal the fact that
with friends.
7 cannot receive him until his papers Wednesday. Mr. Levine has used in county I '
arrive from Florida. I I I the neighborhood of five million celery Ben and William Hall, of St. Petersburg general social condition of the people.It price. |" the present price is actu- ,

I plants, all grown on his own place spent Christmas here with is often said that sectional jealously ally the lowest at which .

Found staggering on the Trout I for the setting of his celery fields this their parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. hall and envy are caused by the fact ,, Larger'!tie] production.howevrtia the five-passenger open !

creek bridge bleeding from two pain- : season. Mrs. Viola Ruiss, of Jacksonville, that the people of the different local- I maJe it possible car has ever been sold.] I

ful wounds Jack Fraser, a Charles visited her sister, Mrs. R. 1\[. Hersey, ities know so little of each other. toLcrl orate in this The Ford Touring Car :

ton, S. C., lumberman, spending tho i i Florida's coast line from Pablo Sunday. When they meet together once a year new tyj t> ring car a stand today, as it always :

holidays with relatives in Jacksonville [I Beach south for a distance of approximately Mr. and Mrs Shepard Adkins, of for a common purpose, as in a fair, numbed ecided 1mhas, a most remarkable] I

i w was brought to police headquar- eighteen miles Wednesday Gainesville, visited relatives here on : they will certainly become better acquainted prone o thou valnelnthemotorcarfield..

tore where he told of being beaten I was the scene of unusual activity on Christmas. and more likely to co-ope \

1 i and robbed by two unidentified white the part of beach combers, who were II. Briston, Jr., of Lark ins, left on rate. If every community in the out nettrNetntdshro"gAheFordWeeklyNnkatePiesI\ I II

i wen. Fraser said he got into what busy in large numbers gathering in Sunday for his: home, after visiting county would work together for the I

he thought was a public hire automo- bottles of booze bobbing up and down friends here the past week. development of the county, prosperity I -JDREWS & WAINWRIGHTAuthorised \ I

bile and asked to be driven to Orte on the waters floating shoreward, it Mr. and Mrs! L. L. Youngblood are would certainly folloV.i I I

ga. Instead\ of driving to Ortega he was rgeported to federal agents here. the proud parents of a son, born Dec. i Fourth-It will be an' invaluable

was taken to a spot beyond the Trout According to reports, the coast line 26th advertisement. The people of the I

creek bridge on the Kernandina highway was alive with all sorts and varieties Misses Sarah and Claudia and Car- county will be informed as to the resources I "QT

where he was oudeAly struck on of liquor, bonded and otherwise, and los Youngblood, of Waldo, are visiting of the county and will take

the head. with a blunt instrument. lIe which the beachcombers were corral- relatives here. more pride in it and will be glad to 1 era TttUCaa taatteaJI I

aid he was robbed of $75, a pistol ling for their own use or otherwise. Troy Batten, of St. Petersburg, is boost it on any and all occasions at I

and a pair of eye glasses, then eject- j The theory of federal agents here was visiting his parents, Mr. and Mn.Mills 'I home and abroad. In commercial cir -- -- -
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ed from the car. that the liquor was thrown overboardI Batten. I l odes it is a familiar saying that "The --

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= -BRADFORD- COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA PAGR-TIIRRJB:

tler-h-chief oft ita navy?" were the .

Doctors 'Z : folio ving: Dew}, Sims: Peary, Wil- / r..>PERFECT* Pius kMp HEALTH., 1 S'dTIn0l"' Y
Ih. Coke
.l In p.f.ct Heaters
l i"'"n, Harvey Dilby and itnnsevrit., ( |t _... K.iul.t. th* ......I. and n produce Srrei'iiiese

Prescribe I' Sum. or McKellailof Tennessee, was A VIGOROUS BODY I

( I: confuwd with Hen Keller and one I A Mnrmtai ....od" for Uk. haadacb '
Cucumbers
It I studint, designiitedliim as the world's I

vhunulon tennis plyer. I Tu 's"PiIIs .
Ch.rles M. Sch"b
forRhaumatism was described II .
Sprain., I as al anarchist, bll ball player, steel ITN e!IWI II I'IlI1hly'I,1l' n. I ,u,, ?r t4Nil i o I I dl I I iii u I!I I Il llli( C"a !( d i ,IIw.u{ v ll h .n ,b'stow I ti'
II II II
Sort Throat, CkilUainf. Eta I king wd an aviate j,t 14., ('Pa 2 ; auw 's t jjwl t; na t 4 r i yt.. ..Ih u nr III,IiIIIIIII, ,e ,. III!
Pr. !R Wf orl, J........,M...-"M..ln Mlhnel Collins wounded and said to be in a critical g
Say* Muiuinir Linlniont, U a most ..o lliint Ish Free State condition and three unscathed
** In mr pr.eir. have lead," men are -
prvpurHtion.
prominent Ir
: .I he
urea tt f ? to 11I..1........" I time. Was said to b. ex-president f8*

Dr.Venn'J. eKp L. #OU.rtnef n. AibUml.1 will ..N.? O.tttmt-"After lne.tc.M nUimtamr 'I EnRl.rld I, a noted bo egA'er, real of Jerry Dunn storekeeper, was the Tl*..'>:, 4- .i SSinft-ti* *,.* T *.toi Tt?7'QSl iiiT j*Ui*
Lnim* nl fa th* *.'* 'awr /or es- last of the five to die v5 ?T'w
ffffncrarwM *ttutB: 1 'b.' evyr trlod. 1 ofUnDr.W. tate r head of r abor union, big succmbing to- 73 7r* 4il
It.* day to wounds v
p.-zrl"" I man min..rs'. he received at the--
A. Pmetnr.itom.r. 11:"._"7f POM*>*MorAii 'lent. won manager ot
:.f: **'* The bitir 1 UM it tI!. ""t..* ,I the R'd Sof Chicago ball and same time J. ,D. Matthews, a barber,
tester Hayes, a miner were kill
Write for beauttfnIBOtTVENm PEN- play of a rlggly Wlll'll'lvstore '
FREE JM ciL.MitoiM> n I ml.'n. all inside Dunn's store
dirwotfon for""h l ,M Miutantr I.fntmnnt' for \
ilm mtti and fnr livmuwh' AIH)poultry. LjrooUr were shot, by deputy sheriffs who
Co.. 2&uth Mfth bt., Uroukiyn. NT T. Dr icholas Murry: Butler was
25c SOc $1.00 desiivate d as Prcsidenttlarding's passed the store when a fire crackerwas

Sold by Drug and G.n.r
n.o Bib! acher, feet and they took it as an indication
MEXICAN ncwsypcr editor
Standby I leach 'n the medical jonvention, a they were being fired upon from the
a
I mini- -, writer and esnylst. store. Sketch, taken from a photograph) showing healthy( and vig\1 OlliS cukes on truck:
1
I I Deputy Sheriff farm near Clearwater.
William
I Chi Barton was thicht to be a Smith and
movitftans dress Dennis Phillips engaged in a pistol
nurse want the GITburdercil i Surrounding this field all sides
:'. duel Christmas : on are other fii-Ms' : with tender vegetation,
I race locos, noted r, eve during which brown and withered killed or burned hy the frost of :November-.; 17th-, this
wrltnKosnn woman who isi!> sing for Smith was killed and. Phillips wound f season.

I !club, candidate 'p: mayor of. ed. Explanation is simple, example typical. "15

a cit.lives .\ .an unmarried John Richmond, negro, was slainon I
TilE LACK OF CURRENT HISTORY roman who Outside it was 35 degrees above zt'ro.'ilhitl this
field 50
:Skinner
i :xile. I II IIlun Christmas day when he was alleged : Cokp Heat.
KNOWLEDGE ds of the tudci.,' I to have attempted to enter the ers to the acre kept the temperature at 45 degrees' a temperature rise of 10 Jc
know the'Leviuts
I home of James Workman. grces_ _; held it there through the night saved a valuable! investment in seed. labor
High school students seem to know I is a monster stimshin but and fertilizer ; now worth many: times its former value.
there some errors. 'One" said

more about baseball stars than players they and do i the L<''tre Is a bill triet levies, Skinner Coke Heaters cost little to buf and operate. They turn loss into profit

stage and screen in current his- I anothl'l .hat it Is an Enb'1h writer by making early planting safe and early selling possible.
of prominent
persons and student
calle'lt
a prtnon -
the New York
tory. 'Accordin gto
anger' 1
Times in a recent quiz conducted in I, { Conan Doyle w,,1 the ,ere r This coupon brings valuable information r =s-kln-n .-M-nch-' - -. f f

a certain city by A. C. Ragsdale, :1 ator ol herlock Holmes (nil that -It places you under no obligation.; Fill it I I. Puntdm, Fl'.r>ldt n.10 Company
"Who Is Babe Ruth?" was an easy I I I'1'I Send it. I

question! for the students!, ;?: iris as I Sherloc vas a detective vj g''l1l'rI tn. t tiav ........ acre of ...........
I ally knur i, although one silent had I I 1 1r

well as boys, and there were very few 1 him a.
t who had not heard of Geraldine Far- low. Ao her gave the inspatiun to I S and wniiM Ilk (int I rmntlnn) r
Skinner : I I :
but hundreds did not know thatCharles sf t Machinery Co.ItOX (Uvmnimrutlon) t'oka
,r rar, of Shaken) ape, one to Woodw Wil I << i I llMitum. I ...ft.hUIIl.r daft this
E. Hughes is secretary .
Jn
son and r other to Craig Kriedy. ( not obligate m In any way."
state. They had Hiram W. Johnson .u..n.dln I'lorida I
142. : ,
1 The at or hip of "The (ristian"
representing nearly every state in the { ----- I J S fu.d .....,. ....................
was taki from Hall Caine f Mark 4 SHOT 13 JAILED 62 UNDER .. .-n .
senate instead of --------- --- --- --- --- .
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j Twain Oliver Curwoi --- ------
a r es Booth
BONDS: IN RAIDS
California. Only 322 out of 11,160 of :, Tarkintf.nl. II. G. Wells, y Paul ILLINOIS C. M. Andreu was a visitor to LaCrosse I I has been roused to anger by some ill- of the bench. They are officers of the

knew the name of the governor and Rickrd Di.x. 'II Marion 111., Dec. 26.-Four men Wednesday.Lucian | timed observation about his act, and court and acting ''AS annoclatlons) #

their own state.Practically i Clemeteau and Foch rave: Poin- were shot in roundup Hazen, Lonnie Morgan and 1 in !his anger hRs Increased the severity would bo sntllolently protected from
all the members of the one seriously, a
caire n in for the office of rentieri of alleged moonshiners and boot John Pinholster passed through our of his sentence. The anger is un any consequences that might: other
credited being secretary -
cabinet were as I judicial and tha increased sentence in wise* be feared.
i lof Franc.i leggers in Williamson Saturday community Thursday.N. Failing the bar associations
I of labor instead of James J. Davis county
i Sarah tern) ardt was clasH such circumstance is unjust, and the there are the ,
McAdoo night and yesterday and today G. Hayes was a visitor over to newspapers
of W. G. ,
The
names Instinct of both bar and knowsIt.
movie actres laity although their handling of such matters -
David Lawrence and Samuel Gompers drsmatlcllnlt't.' iem-I i! thirteen persons were held in the jail Brooker Wednesday. '
her of ti Co suck army, as Benton would have to be on a high plane
at and at liberty
also given as secretary of sixty-two were Miss Ella Mae Hazen Virginia
were knowr rtywr ter, and was edited j I under bonds from Yet how often does one hear pro to be effective. The motive In all such
ranging $2- I
labor. Among the answers to the Weeks, Mattie Lois Hawkins, of
with hug f i ,>m America bland, 000 to All with test? Is it a question that even newspapers protest should be not the embarass-
question, "Who is the new comman- j 5000. were charged! Brooker, attended the basket ball
England.Gerqiany, Siberia'pain, violating the federal prohibiton law. game at Little Springs Thursday.The | care to discuss. Do men take ment of individual judges but the

and evcniuss_ a. The raiders were led by G. J. Simmons game was between Little Springsand 'judges to task for obvious violations restoration and maintenance of tho '
students knew I' of their ? The high traditions of our courts.
Manyth vat a Washington, D. C., who was Brooker. position lawyer here
natatoriuusually 13 place for swining sent here by Prohibition Director quoted says that men dare' not criti The last thing we wish to feel is

iioor but a number uffed Hayncs. Klansmen assisted in the Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Andreu had as cise these public and notorious excesses that tho bench Is cowardly In dealing

Severe the questiv, b dly. Among an- raids which were conducted withoutthe their guests Christmas Mr. and Mrs. of judicial zeal. If this is so- with he'ploss' prisoners before it; or

swers we, a college, a hostel[ \, a knowledge of county authorities.The W. M. Andreu and infant son, Marvin and there is enough truth in it to that the bar is cowardly in dealing
I Mrs. Blanche Scarborough C. H. An-
florist alan ho loves his entry, klansMen were assembled at Car- warrant this comment-then tho con- with a growing lack; of dignity on the

Indigestion"I a man vo si dies nature apace bondala..jinil instructed by 'Air. Sim- dreu of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs.S. dition has reached a point where a bench; or that the public Is cowardlyIn
C. Andreu and baby Juanita of
for fire eiines a head of a nan, a myns as to how to proceed against the course of action should be con.tidor- dealing with both if necessary.
Starke.
child ho.'tal, a purefood all, a alleged dry law violators it stat- Dearborn independent
had severe attack of was Miss Marie Raborn spent the hol ed.The
very; writes Mr. M. H. ship a f fiery pertaining to siul- ed. first hope would be the bar as-,
Indigestion.
of R. P. D.1 birtllact idays in Gainesville.Mr. soclatlons. They have the right to The Quinine List; Dot .Not Mt.ctM tlmilBnraitiift
Wade a farmer or, a
t One hundred and twenty-eight
Miss. "1 would suffer per- and Mrs. )Ilarrie Davis and Mr. of Its tonic end, ...!.... effect. LkXT1V. \.
Weir! In qutioi lire answered act as custodians of the character 'I.
a sons arrested as a result of the comb : UKUMO CMHNINK ( '1"! > no tx lakna
for monthut.time. Alii I dared Sikes of Gainesville were in our sec- by jnvon without raiuilni, '
eat wo a little bread an* faculty ofi c< lege some of ing of the county for liquor law viola- tion last week. dignity and fitness of the occupants In the hoed: B.W UKtVU3; itcrvotinnuiri iuj: >lturiti oat,cir Ia'a r'ntflntf V-

butter. consequently I suffer plies stat. tl at Grover Cl fthe tors will be arraigned in Danville on Mrs. Blanche Scarborough and slater ::=;---
ed f 110m weakness. I would try Bergdoll is statesman I j -
March 3, it has been announced. A ;
Mrs. L. M. of Jack- NEIGHBOR--HE--KNOWS--
and Andreu
t11 to art then the terrible suffering World wahe thut Franci special assistant United States district "ASK;YOUR ,
In my stomach I I took 'sonville were in Brooker Monday.W. .
medicines, but did not get any Key was ivoi ,In who wrote attorney will be appointed to M. Harrell and family were the | For o..r.35 jr.ar.;the E. O. Painter Fertiliser Company ha. furni.h.d Florida"
better. The druggist recom- and that X Uon was a wtling conduct the with fertiliser. Th. continued
+ prosecutions accordingto guests of D. Dukes, of Worthington, grower patronage of eiperieneed grower .1...
champion.FOR. Simmons. proof of satisfactory reull.

undedThedford's' .' Simmons, who organized the raid, Tuesday.N. G. )Hayes, Jr., was In Worthington COULD BBTTBB FERTILIZER BK MADE WE WOUD MAKB TI.Witt .
OI il.\i: << PEOPI
and two federal agents who assisted
one day this week. r., N..
rail Prl e LJiM Joel bra**.
I The beet'a kers get; out aortawhen him, told a vivid story of holy 450:
Harrell and M. D.
Mrs. M. D. baby
the I IT f la to net. T/ feolblur" '
E. O. Painter Fertilizer Co.
BLACK-DRAUGHT languid, hnlick and duurngcd farmers business men and miners Jr., of Palmetto,'arB visiting In our I Jacksonville, Fl.

1 and think tl' ar netting laxy. eglect took the oath both as deputy sheriffs community this week. I -
of these syitom might result a sick and deputy prohibition agents, and !

1 decided to it for 1say spell thercf tl : scumble cou M to I then raided seven towns slmultarv-
and try M lake a dose tw ''f, Herbine. is just ARE AMERICANS COWARDS .
I had tried others for two Vously. They told how the raiding
the mcdicimcffand to purify tliyrtcm
.b
1'1 or more years without any Improvement 6vCUbGJQ' o D
In my health. r soon restorehe\ m and amion of parties in a number of instances The Christian Courier of Dallas,

found the Black-Draught was health. Pn60c Sold tyStores crept on their hands and knees to Texas, tells of a Federal judge who,

acting: on my liver and easing J D r garrisoned saloon doors or dropped in addition to imposing a stiff pen-
1 r I the terrible pain. behind their automobiles to escape
fine and
alty, including imprisonment
"In two or three week, I ARHvII-lED AND *E "
FIVE fusilalle of bullets.
found I could go back to eating. a I severely excoriated the prisoner with
1 only weighed: 123. Now Iw.eig'u WOUND> R iULT OFBAYS I Forty-one revolvers and about ten whom he was dealing. The Courier

M7rv nythingl I want --- [: automatic shotguns were seized in the I charges that It was "scathing and, even -
to,and by in,ins Black-Draught
1 00 not sutl r.' Bystanders+ Stl['e Are SljHown: 'raids. beastly abuse," and denounces the ( j jf
Have you cried: Th dford's i 5 Otis Clark, who was indicted and act in unmeasured! term
? ti do I She IT'a Men I in connection with the Her
BlacU-DraugUt( not to acquitted Neither the prisoner nor his legal

today. yin mine slaylngs, was one of the men adviser, deemed it prudent to protest, G.4
Over 8 million nacVagtssold: Hazard, ., U !H. -Jfau torn arrested. .
for
At dr2et:1'! I P.T'iounty fearing summary punishment
I year. who purl i ted in
When Informed of that four
reports
contempt of court. The editor was so i
ICI4 hoot'lllf .1 I iy$ 1'iT ChriUM, to-
hundred klansmen participated in the i
,_ 'I. Impressed with the "despotic lyrnn-!
_-_,___..----.l.- ;..;, night I I v* I' them id, om raids! Simmons said that some of the ny" of the judge. that he inquired ofr i

deputized citizens told him openly a leading attorney as to whether j

that they were klansmen, but that he there was any warrant In law for it, I ,

I I u I I' thought nothing of it and believed receiving the reply that there is no j

tltl'were not in a majority. lIe em- legal right or moraV right either for ] ,
I itir-ally',: denied that the Ku Klux I
; such conduct on the bench but that j I

I 1 KI;: in participated as an organization "I dare not raise my voice aa-ai,. i Jler I Iot

en- was recognized by the department. for fear of being sent to jail and the j cJ

p koN i very fact that I hesitate to say Anything j I' f! sQC1C between/here Is the no opening f
'I
S b ryte + To Cure a Cold in One tiny about the matter shows that wo I ...ec and the body; of iiulck.
I Q fob .AXAHVE: snows( QtllNINK: IT&( Ie. : no longer have free speech in this | J. -0.... automobiles. The car is

1 eti X09 i I .. us thn r W.
I great danger. And you will be taking 4J.V7 '3.S W ugqjnst tjte isuandwrilter

IIICADFOKD chances to make any criticism of .
yo u5 ot 'teeti4.des I this judge in your paper." design

| Bradford Jan. 4.-Mr.[ and Mrs. W.M Too many magistrates abuse the I 9heStandard'fComparison ..k

U5 tie E > r. Harreli attended the basket ball privilege o their high office to tickle ,

Se t'' y i game with- bis family Thursday at the public ear and gain doubtful publicity SIXES I

4 t Little Springs. by a display of verbal fireworks >II rave P......" Tourln f IMS Th/. P.Mdg.ff Sport .

'e i ; I 'arroll Atkinson, of Brooker, was I at tho expense of helpless 'Wretchu'beforll Two.P.wna.r PeensRo.d.te.lI....n .. 3045 U71 frmir Mowltttr raaamujr. (1471
Spats
A ce1Jie i in our community Friday. them. It Is not only unseemly !' FlKlv 8e.P.. rn&,ef Double 693Sevin Tourto. . MMS
e "has do with the i I- -'ouri'; : B..h.m Ssdn ms
QCa Several of the young folks attended but It nothing to P..nSrr fAf .
N I .vra F.-o(.r Std.a. 7255mt....n..r C-pe. IMSFOURS > ,
: j the cane grinding at the home of case.! When a Judge turns

jI I .1. Q. Harreli last week. tor, justice stand In prosecu-I
t Flv.PMMH.T Tourlna S MSIv.. P_.. .
IL o' jeyo jI I I I !Mrs. W. H. Harrell and daughter, The element of fear on the part of I Two P.....,.r KocJ.t.r ..33our Pmmuin t trdmn Coup 'IJtfft 14'15 .

etatq G' !.uci'.., were visitors to Worthingtonone the bar and public, at It appears In Prices f .b Butelt F.afor/... (ov.*nm.nr fa* fe fce.dded ,*

( I day last week.M. the quotations here !given is another I tlJI5'P

. I :! T. Harrell of New River, was point for consideration. It would be &- t

wn.wn. a f, tl oa I visiting in our section Friday. going too far to make reference on LAKE CITY BUICK COMPANYJ

Sates ofstn Ralph Hazen of Brooker, and Mack this account to anything resembling M. Smith Mgr.

1 Huff, of Clayno, passed through here despotism or tyranny on the part of Baker, Bradford, Columbia and Union Counties '

q 9 Ia 1 l t I enroute to Little Springs Thiaridiy. the courts, but every reader of every
IGP0 of Brooker at- can r.r..'' "..M'vhre 1 k't
Grady Baxter, was newspaper When better automobiles are built, Buick will build, them 4. .
([tending to business here Friday !.a judge, having given his sentence a
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trt t .. PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY, JANUARY.., 1921.
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Knight C. A. Knight, Geo. W. McAr- The Woodmen Circle met here Friday !; for every one of you. And what T

qw Bradford County TelegraphPublished thur J. E. Daugherty, Edward Burns afternoon. wish for you, wish for every believer! I ,. iMe '
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I .1. C. Hoover,, F. C. Hoover J. E. Cor- Mm. Orlando Moines and Andrew every preacher is, that his people I
pening, R. B. Alvarez, J. M. Alvarez, Sparks, of Mounteocha, attended the in Jesus Christ In this city. 1_ :
weekly' and entered as J. L: Simmons F. Q. Hollingswortb, Circle Friday afternoon." The crown of every true preacher I _
second class matter at the post M. Leviton, Floyd Green, J. C. Rob O. W. Dyal attended the union meeting is not the prominence of his pulpit, ,I I

u'* office at Starke, Florida. inson, G. K. Lewis, R. F. Demorest, at New River Saturday. nor the size of his salary, nor the size '

"'" .. --,-: ---==--= E. K. Ferryman, J. W. Andrews, Sr., Chesley Fogg and Thoy Dyal were I' of his audience, nor the elite of his I' 'C-
a3t ;..:. S. MATTHEWS. Editor and Owner J.V.. Andrews, Jr., E. M. Hayes, D. visitors to the county seat Saturday.Allen ''congregation, but the true glory of ,i / Hereby pledge myself to
E. Knight, F. A. Scott, Ben Iloltzen- Surrency, of Pricevllle, Is visiting walk In the truth, grow In grace, live I r f the duty of S.IJ//.VG. To
dorf, K.: M. Davis, William Steams, relatives here this week. pure, clear, sweet lives before God : 'a'i deposit in the SAVINGSDEPARTMENT

t PUBLISHED; EVERY FRIDAY D.\\..{). Cox, R. A. Green, N. D. Wain- Mr. and 'Mrs. Willard Smith and and man, and he (the minister) lives 11I. u1 y Bank each week the of greatest this

V wright, W. T. Weeks, A. Z. Adkins, little son, J. W., left Wednesday for labours and loves'for the uplift of ;r i i sum I can span from
!'. F. Stump, Alvin Beck, O. L. Beas- Allenhurst,. where he has secured em- the community in general as well ash i ;: a, '. % ''y, my salary of other income
SUBSCRIPTION RATE ley, II. II. Young, G.' M. Inman, J. F. ployment. hU flock in particular. I ;1i; ) U the period, and of so out continue fork

Pet Year __ h. _. -__ .___$2.00 ollcy: T. N. Kendrick, J. F. Kickjl- ,",Ir. and Mrs.' Ellis Starling, of And to this end we shall meet for i year.

-- ----- ..- -- -_ ter, W. E. Middleton, R. A. Bryan, Cooter Pond, Is visiting her parents, Bible study next Lowl's day at 10 a.I'' rife 7i' Signed A. ,SAVER. '
C. A. Futch, G. M. Sistrunk, Silas Mr. and Mm. Arthur Brown.Mr. m. 1; "
Kite, S. R. Johns, D. C. Jones, E. L. and Mrs. Lewis Byrd and children Preaching 11 a. m., a new year ser :

BiKgs, P. E. Canova, Sr., P. E. Ca- of Hampton, visited relatives on mon. At 7:30: p. m., Four New Year .a .
I"a" l I IMt nova, Jr., H. A. Blahop, G. W. Alderman Sunday afternoon.Mr. Wishes. t'; ,
I :l. S. Dowling, W. B. Park! C. and Mrs. Simmy Thomas were Meeting of the official board nt .1 !.
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I. ('. Bruntley, J. C. Brantley, J. M. called to the bedside of his mother at p. m. Every member of the hoard 1 !_
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!' "wnl.-e, O. L. Huynes, II. L. Brownlee Hampton Saturday afternoon. urged to attend as important matter. ; -

f II b'. Wynn, J. W. Morgan, R. E. Dave Durban, of Lawtey, was a visItor will be considered. Every char,h
r Humphrey, F. J. Puttee, F. A. Sapp, here Sunday. should plan its work and work it
I A. O Andreu, II. C: Wall, II. B. Wig- Miss Estelle Wosdin and brothers, plans. o course you can Just make this a "mental" pledge.

I No. 4954 gum. M. F. Brown. Everett and Eddy, of Waldo- spent All are cordially invited to utti-mi, '' A KE UP rOC'R lJIND to put every Idle dollar in the
National Highway Dr W. E. Middleton has been a Sunday here with relatives. the services, and if anyone attend: '_:- Sings Department of this Bank, and sign the pledge on
in
Membership
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tower of strength to the work of the t:I O. W. Dyal killed a hog Wednesday does not feel at home such one is a-.k- til tablets of your nemory. DON'T FORGET ABOUT
Auociati' ) Brotherhood In the charity cases that weighed' 422 pounds, dress ed to report to the pastor.W. 1 1 Your Idle tMLf, once It gets in our "

I : needing medical attention, as he has ed. E. DAUGHERTY, i omen a "BUSY\: MLLAR'J3egta' % trj WORK/OR, I
t. THE ;IIIUS'l'J.IUlO'JlEUIIOOlJ given with hearty good will of his Pastor. Co! and earn for I'tu' I

time and skill without thought of re- Mrs. J. B. Net and son, Tom, of
!.\ muneration. i! Jacksonville, returned to their homeon BAPTIST CHURCH BULLETINThe 1'1
i ; (Contlnu'd. From Page 1) 4 I' Wednesday, after spending new HANK OF STARKE:

", pcretary. THE PRIDE OP NORTH FLORIDA I year's with Ed R. Net nnd family In '.'New Year" begins with the I 1 Ink of Helpful SertUiSTARKE.

,F t'" On the first Monday in April, 1023 Starke. Margaret and Edward Neil, brightest prospects before the church !'I f : TLA.
the mime of the organization was (Continued From Page 1) Jr., returned with them for a short Large congregations each Lord's day, I

to : again changed, and is now the Christian pccfttlly adapted to fruit and nut visit. an interesting and prowlngDibll' 'i i
f y Brotherhood, and the officers are trees and with such development as school, Wednesday night gathering
" .' Rev. L. W. Kickliter president L. II.. is going: on the idea of anything but Mr. Carey, of the U. S. Forestry that at times fill the auditorium' a

Partridge, vice president, J. M. permanence is held only by those of Service, is in town for a few days. host of dally\ Bible readers a group ,I----
Mitchell, treasurer, E. M. Davis, sec the most pessimistic inclinations. of young of) young people who appreciate -
At this time the Brotherhoodhad TO AUTOMOBILE: OWNERSSheriff the value of spiritual culture, lent I on nday. attention of all than the
retary. Among those present were many 'I I one upon
old and embracing dispositions! Div, worship at 11' U, hen the )
enrolled than one hundred young which Dr. Bullen will
more who like others have trodden over the I I speak, namely,
, members and was in shape to do the rough diamonds at first, going southIn i W. J. Epperson wishes to and tendencies that draw into a decided pastor ill speak to L'h Passing i "Lights and! Shadows.( No one tan
I most effective kind of work In the the state, but only to return and .remind owners of auto vehicles that I and satisfying surrender to God and t Permanen., lip,, 1.tunity" fail to get something that will be
-these but handful of evidences The o nonce of tt L'r', Supper
village and in the country adjacentto find that the real values lay in the 'the time for being provided with licenser are a helpful from the sermon. The people
It. North Florida sections. The winter for 1924 was January 1st. He of a people exercising themselves will b bserved at the cl e of the from the country are always welcome -

;', Some of the things that the Brotherhood 'I visitors will find unparalleled climate 'will extend the time till January 15, in the Unseen!' and enjoying such Intimacies sermo and we greet with pleasure the

:... have done are given herewith: and, natural beauty awaiting them to but those who. have not by that time with the Eternal as to shut Sen and intermediate Y. P. numbers who find a place with ns
Over fifty persons have been furnished enjoy. The sportsmen, fishermen and complied with the requirements as to out the possibility of lapse into moral U. at ,0 p. m., foll..wed I II the hour each Lord's Day. Do not come alone

...Ii. clothing, food, fuel and medl- hunter win find a veritable paradise. licenses, will be liable to the penal- and spiritual sterility. A pastorate of wo lip, at 7:30: (' Not ore 81'- if your invitation will encourage an-
'IO' { cines. Also taxes have been paid to Those who want to rest will find the ties prescribed for such neglect. I among such a people Is a Joy. propr e subject c:,uld 41 age th" other to accompany you.
1 Next the first in
Sunday, the year,
V save some small homes. spot ideal. It has very largely beena .
i UMIMIIIII IMM IIIIIIIM1 the services will be of a special na-
lack of publicity and advertising
and
Six youths, without money i ture. The Bible school
'f I meets at 9:43:
is without friends, were saved from) the that has caused the northern sections i a. under the direction of the LET YOU
m.,
!J new
road gang, the Brotherhood furnishing to be looked over and go unappreciated -I Church Services I superintendent, Prof. Wiggins. The MONEY PROMPTLY
k', them with food and lodging until to a large extent, but the time is ; 1
young men's class that has been organized I IN/IAN" & RITCH
when attention
work could be procured or they could ripe Is rapidly being .
Mr. his
'i get funds from their people. The employment focused on these sections. < rllllllllllill t' I M I I Ill'l' full attention by each Quigley Sunday requires, and at REPRESENT THE BEST LEADiNG

committee secured permanent North Florida Boosters MARK'S CHURCH INSURMCE COMPANIES, FIRE,
ST.
his request he has been relieved/ of .
ACCIDE
; employment for eight persons. Enthusiasm reigned high and the the leadership of the school, which he LIFE, AUTOMOBILE,

\.t When our principal Mr. Dowling, eyes of those present, having been The services on the Feast of Epiphany has )Held faithfully for three years. NDS, LIABILITY
announced that the colleges at Tallahassee clearly focused on the prominent part will be at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. All scholars are requested to be pres- ADJUSTMENTS MADE PROMPTLY
i and Gainesville would not admit that the north portion of Florida can The word "Epiphany" means manifestation I

our high school graduates in the play in the development of the whole as when our Lord was -- \
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s future unless chemistry was added to state, a committee of three members manifested to the Gentiles in the story
.0- our) school curriculum, and that the was appointed. II. M. DeMontmoIlin, of) the three wise men guided by a .
,!o'' board of education were without the of Palatka, C. L. Peek, of Starke ,nnd star. It was originally a part of the
funds to buy laboratorial equipment, G. M. MacDonough of Jacksonville Christmas season which commemo- :
the Brotherhood promptly gave $50 will work on the development of a rated the manifestation of Christ in i
.If1.. to are in the purchase of the equip- North Florida Chamber of Commerce.or the flesh and also His manifestation. BUILT' _SELL_ sj GROWING

ment needed. I. Boosters Association. The idea of to others than the Jews. The mani-
.Under the supervision of Chief Kite such an organization not being ti develop festation of His miraculous powersare
the Brotherhood took a census of the any spirit of sectionalism but brought out in this sea on. It pendable 4er<.'*ndise'
city of Starke,' and secured signatures -I rather to go out and get those visitors bus always been the great missionaryseason IJ
to a petition to the council to and newcomers who would be interested when we think of Ills power
pass an ordinance prohibiting cattle In the wonderful advantage! being more and more manifested in Now For Some Real ValuesPHIFER'S

from running at large, either day or I of this section of the state. More will the world. It varies in length in accordance -
night, within the corporate limits of be heard from this committee later. with the date of Easter.
Without a doubt the Keystone uller
the city.
BIG AI
On the night of Dec. :3rd, Dr. !Mid- I Heights development is the pride of PRESBYTERIAN UAL SELLING EVENT

." dloton notified J. M. !Mitchell that he this section and has been promisedthe ......- i
r' (i':; had called, to see a man some two co-operation of all the surrounding Sunday school at 10 a. m. ---Lasting for Situ Jan. 5 '
.' miles from town and found him suffering communities. The ofllcials are to Preaching service at 11 and 7:30: lOEjys, ay, to Jan. 17
% be highly congrntulated on their de- o'clock.
bad of pneumonia,
with a case!
t{ ; and the that l I""<, of
and nothing in the house with which I velopment progress! Subject, Practical Application
to feed the wife and two little chil being mado. Great Doctrines.
Those citizens at this communitywho the JANUAR C
to
.F dren. Tho doctor said: "If a nurse Cordial Invitation public.T. EARANCE
is not provided for the man tonighthe attended the banquet were, Mayor J. HEDGES,
and food and fuels I C. L. Peck, G. M. Inman, DaWitt Minister.
to die
I'!! going ,
will have to be furnished or the entire I C. Jones N. T. Ritch, J. M. Mitchell\ .
family will die. It was one of Nnt Sternberg, F. L. Turner F. F. :METHODIST
the emergencies that has been so often Stump, J. W. Andrews, Jr., J. C. Rob- all odd lots of goods for ten days we are
and inson and L. F. Smith. I love thy kingdom, Lord,
thrust upon) the organization must be sold going to undersell
called for immediate and energetic L The house of thine abode,
r action. Mr. Mitchell called in another SHIPPING :STR.\WBKRHIESOn i The church our blest Redeemer saved phifer's; can it be done?

Jl+ member of the organization. and, 1 With hi a own precious blood. let'sgo J let'sIs
in ten minutes they hnd called a l last Wednesday, three 80-quart Sunday school at 10:00 a. m., E. K.

i ;n: nurse from her bed, and in thirty refrigerators were shipped from this Perryman, superintendent. !
L
; minutes were In the house: of distress I l point, going to the northern markets. Preaching, 11:00 a. m. and 7.30: p. !
1 *'.;; with the nurse and medicines for her These, n" we understand, were not all m., by the pastor, Rev. L. B. Simpson. go

use In the early morning food and raised b yonc man, but were made up Epworth League, Sunday evening! !

duel were sent out. Tho man is go- from various growers and hatj.iletl : 6:45.Prayer:
but the Brotherhoodis through one buyer. The strawberry meeting!, Wednesday, 7:30.A : .
well
ing to get 100 star choice items of chndlsg
still curing for them, and have got shipping! season' is opening up early :' cordial welcome extended to all. r i less than "sell for less": prices

ten lot them some clothing. again this year and our country-side) .
I The Central Relief Committee donated \\n showing nome mighty nice looking CHUKCII OP CHRIST NOTES This is a ea fashioned
c
i $R, and St. Mark's Episcopal patches 01 berries. ,
"\ J. M.[ IlrosvnK'c shipped nineteen .\ New Year Greeting ,
church the Christmas!' Tering( ,I
gave
In I of strawberries \Vedmlny.. January 1, 1924.\ :
$7.25, to the Brotherhood l to help i quart
well To the members of the Church of
this work of charity. ,I The berries were very largo cad PrelnveftoA
The motive that has actuated the i I colored for this season of the year. Christ: ClearupWe've
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' be Dear Fellow Workers! : In the name r
Brotherhood in this work may
I : thiv fortieth verse of the i GRAHAM of Christ I greet you and wish every A
found in
t twenty-fifth chapter of Matthew one of you "A Happy New Year." Prepared for \\h, r Biggest Yearly Event!

Following l I" a list of the men belonging Graham, Jan 4... --L. G. Barry was Last night we entered port, having
made the of 1923. This morning All I the energy of thU big organizationwill B b.pul f, in
to the Brotherhood on April 'a business visitor to Starke, Waldo voyage an effort to undersell itself. pan
with our faces seaward we start receive no consideration. The ne i' will prices
I. Every member U earnestly urged and GainesvilleVednesday.. [ < e a stir In the retail price of this
the See next illllue for ad. part of
out again across life's OCl'an.God country. .
Live
to help carry on the work by calling lIUas Gracie Fogg, principal of /: .
Oak school two 'weeks at has graciously spared our live Our Clearance in is classed
on the treasurer and paying his dues. high spent January w r "iir i m imdizlng
Rev. W. E. Dougherty, Rev. A! E. the home of her brother here. through 1923, and ;we ought to show Sewing Week, Silk Week and Christ. Maon9Wash Goods Week Home

Dunham, Rev. T. J. Hedges, Rev. L. Marvin Ogden spent the wek-fd our gratitude to Him by a faithful
.. C. visiting friends in Kingsland, Ga. discharge of our duty in 1924. \
B. Simpson Rev. L. W. Klcklitcr, : We going to do
L. Peek, J. L. Peek S. 1. Peek, J. M. :Mr. and Mrs. Will Jones, of Lnw- :May this day, and all the remaining are net AST other stores can't do

Truby, N. B. Hull, J. M.( Mitchell, L.II. tey spent the week-end here. days of the year find each of you We are &,tot d sell Phifer
Partridge\ J.V.. White, II. M. Mrs. Mabel Price and daughter in good health and with a sincere determination -
t Snyder, W. E. Davis, S. E. Ritch, E. Willie Mae, of Kngsland, Ga., are visiting to do your best for the Our buyers have gathered bargain" for I 'iim t'O fa of the world
R. Neff, E. S. Matthew, J.. H. Ritch, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. glory of God, salvation of souls and ands of dollars worth of goods at prices!', ?-f...avo for you! Thousands< upon hou-

]1. C. Ritch N. T. Retch, J. J. Johns, Byrd. the upbuilding of Ilia (not our) church

"'. W. Balsden, I... A. Davis, W. 1.Epperson Roy Roberta of Perry Is spendinga May you grow in grace and knowledge Phifer's known for 44
G. C. Whit, G. A. Collins, few days with his parents, Mr. and and in purity and righteousness I'' rvice and low Pice.i
D. P(Carpenter, L. D. Green, Thomas : Mrs.[ C. B. Roberts.L. with the gliding years, and may your |
F .. Willfcms. J. R. Davis C. L. Hodges G. Barry was a business visitor Jives be useful, clean, blessed and
e John Uglow, J. W Powell, Paul E. ', to Hampton Friday. happy is the sincere wish of my heart
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-- BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.
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\1 I Irma Johns, of Hampton, is" visiting Mrs. J. M. :Mitchell and daughter, r FOR KENT-Nicely furnished room toTI,1iI OF BTOCKMOI.DER9! MEETING
II Luctle John Luclle were guests of Mrs. E. F. with double bed. W. E 1'1_.'.. .hereby lllvon that, the, .
Daugherty anal jno.tln. of the .teokhabkr.. of the Brat 1
Bits of JLoculInformal i ( Pomeroy, of Jacksonville, during the Starke. H* foal County;!' Bank will be Add In Its banking
) I taunu la SUirlra, \Flurldm. .
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Virginia Weeks
of Brooker, has past week. -- Jell., *, 1 :88 p. m to elect 1a bMrl. of
been visiting Harriet Ritch this week NEW RIVER ..IINGfor the onialn; rear and trantiuit
ibii I uuh etmr biulneiw. u may own* before ttttnt' ,
Margaret Williams returned home i. U. BITCH.
I M. F. Crown of It Cashier 1 1USTF.R'9
( Tampa, visits Monday after spending several days New River, Jan. 4.-Mr. and Mrs.

Concerning Our People, Buiriets friends here last week. in Jacksonville with Mary Angle and Allen, of Lake Bitter, motored hire BILE _
ana Nntke It hereby
given that under mad
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e in the County and Town ( I Loraine Harbour. Sunday. virtue of that certain Anal dMru. of fontukxum J
; Progress @) Mrs. J. R. Williams, of Jacksonville! I mnilv. and n>ndurad an Dowmbnr la. 1
I Mann Andrews, of Brooker, was a A, D, 1:ttt. by Hnn .V. V. Judea or tb* .
was a guest last week of Mrs. F. A. ::
!Mrs. Bryant who has Blunt Jmllrlnl circuit. In; .r'far
Hodges, spent guest of Irma Amlrmirn Sunday, .. I Uradfonl 1}
.. I Scott. -- -- county. Florida. 'In Unit certain eau.. whnv. ,
\\: ,!!I several I weeks with her mother, Mrs I Mr. and Mrs Mallory Thomas, of I In .lull* Knlvltt, la l ompiiiniint! end Tonf y
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Mrs. R. S. Fernandez was a visitorto Col. ai jirs. A\ 7.. .\dkllh, \V. J. Griffin of A. r. Hoffman, has returned to her Ftarko, were guests of Mrs. W. M. Falls.. the mill utiitff.mlKn.ICttim Koll.r"' ,will hli otter wire,fur>ra unlit defend'nnt and 4''.
week. Monday jjake spent::1 Jacksonville wasa }home in Jacksonville. Hodges Sunday. will rail to th. hlirhmt and beet bidder toe
Jacksonville this D "er. ; new year's guest of his brother, O etch In front of the eourthmutu In Ht rka,
I / M. F. Wiggins motored to Brooker arsjn.M county Mordln.I on Mumlny. the 4th S
J. Griffin Mr.\ and Mrs. B. Z. Roberta and lit. day of Flrbruary..1. l>. 1"1H, during th. l Ieg.I l 1
Gary Ennls spent last week with D. C. ,ni s is h Sunday.: hues "f '>>lr, for thn uurvow uf : ,
nj a.p ition of tie son, Alton JeflTerson, of Hastings. 1.'rid I final Uvor.*. the folluwlnir dtnorlb fvl'Oe1"l lwdatc e
relatives in Tampa. II his. hardupCapt tor. -, Miss AI phi o lodges was shopping lying anilriiiilila. ..
"??"deicil:I Mrs J. C. Hoover had as a Chriat spent several days lately with her I btilnc in Uraillord county,
to-wlti'
in Lake i
mas guest her :father, Dr. Chace, of parents! Judge and Mrs Goo. A. Gardiner Butler Friday. ), lot i ; .Ub.II"\.o\ In Block Two (tat) of J. !M, 'I 1
Law- ,,
Wilmot Brown of Jnhnii ..
Clifton and ; Jacksonville Gerald Adkins motored to Stnrke .t tho Northeast Quarter nt I
Bryn
\\ a I l'lIsilles' I I N..iihNuH. gimrtir yr Station 8H Township t
tey, spent Thursday here with friendsMr. visitor tt.i$ ksons .iin da' Saturday. KnnKit 3a! Rn+t, vontitlnlntf, ; one MM, f
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Misses Shelly and Edna Ilutto have Mr. and Mrs P. M. Barefoot had Nelson Green, of Heilbronn, wan A. S. CREWS :

: and Mrs.Gainesville Edward Burns spent MIr, a' ire, ''H1. William, returned home after spending the the following visitors last week: Roy ,I the guest of friends. here Sunday 1 D. K KNIGHT. 8UOC" boater 'In C"W- \F

Tuesday in spent Mi laf in J. 111' ..... past week in Tampa with friends. Reddish, of Lawtey/Mr.; and Mrs. R.' Pasco Adklita is ill at this writing.\ /: Solicitor\ for Complainant. 1-i-ab41

T. A. Brinson left Wednesday for --- E. Osteen and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Messrs. George: Rivers and Jusso NOTICE OP STOChHOI.DERa; : ;, .'EF.TINO.
S. C. Miss JVglente ir. u ,I. ,( Brooker Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Corpening, Mr. I. Reddish, all of Plant City. Newsom, of Starke were here Sunday I Nolle |IY hereby nlvn that th. mnular annual ,
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Ncwberry, mHftlnic of the
fttnokhnlilrr of th* LawLey -
and Mrs.
E. M.
Johns
was t g est tI 'u'',, f MUacs enjoyed a Ash guests of friends I II Utato Hank will b* hold I In ll. banklnitifMinui
Jeannett., F1O1 < ing trip to Johnson lake Friday. Rev. L. B. Simpson, D. G. Cox and Raiford Parnell' to'' : In Lnwtuy, ,Florida: on. fu ...dr:1
Carl Johns, who Is a student at the t. :>! Ihowa. I was a visitor H. lain I ni aon i V 111 to a
E. K. Perryman motored<< to Jacksonville Starke Friday. 'I illrt'otnni, for thn vnmilnar. year and iraiuacl"
U. of F., spent the holidays with his -- -- Leslie Futch of Molt nttirr IniMlntw an may o,)m"> bnforw thm.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Johns. Mrs. J... rltcn. { .T.I, onvillc, this Hampton, was III.tUl'st Wednesday and attended the G. C. Porter motored to Raiford on 11. J W BARBER: ,
week of grandparents/ stewards C..ld.r.
meeting of the Jacksonville
was a gut Tuesd. I
i. Of Mr! ,. A. Z. Sumlnv.
Mr and Mrs. G. W., Alderman. district! of the Methodist church.
tE.. Wall, Sr., and son, havo returned Adkins. Among the visitors to Lake Butler 1i 1-

from a visit with relatives at Miss Sarah Sweat, who was a re- Frtdaywero O. C. Parker, C. G. Wiggins i Auto Topics
.Madison. Mrs. It. i'eeki and,' ,I. ',fen, of c'cn\\ guest of her sister, Miss! Loca Col. and Mrs J. E. Futch, who spent \ and sons, M. F., J. C. and Lawrence wrja
the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. II. L. nrv-irjff
Brooker rat Tue dn\ at "U home Sweat, has returned to Moore Haven. Archie Brown and W. M. Hod- j
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins spent Wednesday of Col. W'. .irecks. j Brownlee and !Mr. and !Mrs. T. N. ges. y

in Lawtey with her mother, Mrs.M. Limbaugh, left Saturday" for their Messrs. George Rivers, Jesse New JU'tIKOcr r
Mr. and !Mrs. J. G. DeVane of Lakeland homo In DeLnnd. They were
E. Edwards.A. Mr. ancMrl'' J. L I were accom- som, Misses Irma Andrews and Minnie -
visitors tiJucisonvil, th, nt of motored here and spent the weekend panied by Hugh/ Brownli-e, Jr., who Hodges, motored to Lake Butler
with her aunt, !Mrs. G. C. Sweat. spent the weekend in DeLand c.
eon the week. returning Sunday I
A. Durden and Herbert, of !
Hampton, spent Tuesday with Mr. ; home Monday. Mire Avy Konfroe was the guestof I ?Urn t.

and Mrs. O. L. Bcasley. Mrs. Ne' Rufehes Inn: gone:: to vis- Mrs. O. J. GrifUn spent Thursdayand Misses Alphle and Ina Hodges on I! 'Boils ,,1 I' i iI
Friday of last week in Jacksonville "
it friends -
Lajje Wade and! Lake- Col. and Mrs D. E. Knight: and son, Sunday.
land. with her sister, Mrs. W. J. Grif Paul left Among those who, attended the I r:
Claude Anderson, of Jacksonville, Wednesday for a motor un- rE
was recently the guest of his brother, fin. trip through/ South Florida. They will on meeting hero Sunday were Royce I E I

A. W. Anderson.Mrs. Col. Joe 1\ iliiuns of Inko But- visit Mrs. Knight's sister, Mrs. Chus. Gnincy, Hughbiitler Crosby Ray Andrews rakes!! which do not hold make ,
ler, was in irk) S. T. Dell, Jr., who spent the week business for the undertaker. If
Weihwday on pro- Larson at Lakeland, and with Mr. and Livingston Russ, of Brooker.
A. W. Anderson and son, A. fessional ones with James Milton Brownlee, returned IIrs. Larson will go to Tampa, St. Allen Greene and family, Mrs Tlar- u child darts!lln front of yon, and

W. Jr., are spending the week in to his homo in Gainesville Mon- Petersburg and Sarasota, returning rell and son, Adolphu", Miss Creasy. your brakes fail to work, you

Archer with relatives. ,See us f.VOUT- seeds--fr".h from day. home Monday. dodges and brother' Evan. Ina and are sure to pay dearly for injur

the grower'J. W. White & Son: Virginia Colson, of Pine Hill, worn ing the child, or else wreck the l

Miss Inez Moitt entertained Infor- 1-4-St. | Mr. and Mrs. Bob Tanner and lit- Miss Eva Ramsey, of Gainesville, here Sunday Attending the union j car and possibly another. Test

mally a few friends on :Monday evening tle son, of Baldwin, spent the week- Is the guest of Miss Lois Edwards, at meeting. """ your brakes!l often!

Mrs. S. Wamrick is having her end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. her home on West Call street.rENTAWORD. Livingston Russ, Cephus and Mel- Even: the properly adjusted

residence ,ilnut anti Lafayette R. S. Powell. colm Harroll, of Brooker motored brakes fall at times and are -

Carr Colley, Ras Brinson and Or- streets, reptd. | here Saturday. the cause of accident In-
9. !Mrs U. D. Miner and little
grand- .
Clyde Parker of White
ville Griffis returned Wednesday to Springs, nuranre will make good your
the University of Florida. .(:E.-K'rryman hns loved<< his daughter, Pauline Miner, have returned and Kellum Parker, of Jacksonville, fine, both for damage to the
Jaw offices the former J. C. from a short visit in Jacksonville were visiting their hero this
<< Pop- parents car and to the person, or the
Mrs. T. J. Griffin and Mrs. L. E. pell ofllce4" o ,thp po.tiiffiqe. with Mr. and Mrs Harry Miner. week. property of other, if invulv.

Miner spent Wednesday In Jackson i Mrs. W. M. Parker is visiting relatives rd In a mlxup.
ville. E. M. and '%V: Iazi-n Ud A. B. !Miss Free Wynn, of Hampton, returned In !Miami this week. v
wl, ) home Sunday after spending
Surrency Mlfroukprlsitors to I Get Automobile Insurance here

Mrs. J. E. Corpening spent Wednesday Starke Tues.'v ft .; several days with Miss Elizabeth FOR SALE-One fine stock bull, 3-1 Shoot When Ready-Grldloy covering fire, theft, collision, liability

''I in Fiftone with her mother, I Brownlce. Jersey and 1-4 Durham. Write or Did you hear about the woman who and property damage. '

i Mrs. T. A. Brinson. Mrs. O. L.asley and sister, Miss phone Capt. E. F. Andrews, Hope I had triplets in Ft.brllary-an,! twins
Jeanette DvnJ of Tampa, spent !Mrs. L. A. Reynolds, who pent the hall, Hampton, Fla. 12-H-4t In May J. R. Davis & Co. .
I week with her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis spent Monday in Jipton I with A, A. Dur- The same year ? .
Johns, has returned to her home in 'VANTED-Renpon den k
and tam
the Christmas holidays with her pa-- {- Yes-tho same year. One of the Agency Established 1886 I
I Raleigh, N. C. in every community In South
enta at Archer.J. triplets died. I STARKE, FLA.
Mr. and MJ. MAKnre?, (G. M. I Florida. to take subscriptions for | .
!Mrs. S. E. Brownlee, !Mrs. J. the Tampa Daily Times. Liberal -
W. Killian, of Black Mountain, Inman, alias een,[ IVllrez and Billy 1'I'I I
Brownlee and children motored commissions, all time. For I
Graham r'ned from or spare .
N. C., is a guest at the home of J. putunliiy I
M. Truby. motor trip t< ints in SnutlJ Florida. Gainesville on new year's day and particulars, write Circulation DeI I
were !guests of :Mrs S. T. Dell. partmcnt, The Tampa Times, Tam ,

has' pa, Fla. 12-14-tf '
J. W JIoi re'urntd home
Mrs. L. W. Kickliter and Miss Ma-
pint Mabel Edwards of ,. .___ ._. __ I
ria Thomas are at Stuart visiting Mr. from a trip Tampa and! ) in Miss 1 Lawtey, I

and Mrs. George Thomas. Pinellas, MSI' ,: relative and lonk, and her house guest, Miss Annie May WANTED-Man to share crop on

ing after his ded Interiti' ,: Powell[ of Macon, Ga., were guests farm. Good place for a good man. I I ,

Bob Shipman of Earlton Beach, visited of Mrs\ A. Z. Adkins for the week- Write to A. F. Patterson, Starke ', U

friends here during the past Clyde Mu t Plant ("itj and Fn-1 l end. or see me at Manning's Store Saturday r 11VY RiLIA

week. ;Mott, of Or' spent th,. lioliilivs, I afternoon. __ I It* I j
with their j I' ta, Mr. mu .Irs. II Miss Fva: Powell, who has spent :
'.' ., the with her Mr SEEDS-New spring catalog ready. ,
U. Mott. % holidays parents, I
Mrs. Julia M. Clayson of Dobbs It have not received send! '
you
| and !Mrs. R. S. Powell, will return to copy |
Ferry, N. Y., is visiting her sun, W. and address today for this t
name a
A. e1nyson.Frank Miss May <, who spent he Iv.. En 11 Gallic today to resume her work j
1 well illustrated and instructive
!idays at the 'e other_ brother, r.."J.I : in the school.
planting guide for I-!):?!. Will he j
Pomeroy, Jr., of Jackson- C. L. Peek, Tuesday af rnonn | ( '
send
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to Kilgnro
for Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Stewart and delighted! ropy
ville week-end of J. M. JacksoD'if"
was a guest Seed Co., Plant City, t'la. 12-21-41 (
Mitchell. children, Leroy and Louise, of Mul- ,

I Mrs. RaIl AIarez ami little-. ': berry, were guests last week of Mr. AUCTION SALE-The following. .' \
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Th W. C. T. U. will meet Tuesday daughter, of nt1 City, are 1 ltinl! and Mrs. J. F. Colley and other property of !Mrs. L. D. Prcviitt will h.e I- 4'

afternoon. nt the Methodist church, 3 her parents, fl >'n.d, Mra.| t.. \.i i tends.i be Hold at public auction January :A.z 4r /

o'clock Moore. J. I 5, 1021: One mare, biixirv, ind<1 f

-. Misses Madge\ Middleton, Florence wagon; one sugar mill and, kettle. ; "

Th' 10..1. l market I. being partly Judge Geo. t rdiner 'n n
Mipplnd with large, fine tomatoes by to attend hlstltt! "after a Io4)f) an.'I!' I I I Alderman left Wednesday for Talla- goods; also the plate. 10 a.'ros '' I I II ,

J M. Rrownlee.Mr. I painful strug Vth a onrbuit.'1 IP<< on'''l-.:iisoo, where they will resume their of land. Will be glad! to have all'' I

his neck. I t,: Idles at the Woman's College. interested come to the sale at th. ,

and Mrs P. E. Canova, Mrs. place, situated in Alarhim county, '
Florence Powell and children and P. : Mrs. Walt+3 ;' ;and, Ilau hers, | Laurie G. Ray, who pen the holi- one mile from the old 't. riarl.-vj: ; So '

E. ("UhV' Jr., motored to Jacksonville Vivian and |//I l f Tt.,tmpa, pent ,laj with his parent, Mr. and Mrs. ford. Sale will start at 10) n. m. They Voted

\iMteiday and spent the day. the week-en {II I upt I and Jts. s 1 I. i'. Ray, has returned to Atlanta to R. R. Prevatt, Starke. l2252tFOR I :I

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A. Bryan. r. his studies at Emory univerMii. -0- i

Mrs. S: C. r.unell. who, spent the 'If". SALE--35 acrvs land 2 miles : ; for "TH"The f

holidays with; her. parent. Mr. and Donald A nil oi Nv' .Smyrna, south of Starke, near state hitrh-. I

Mrs' F.A. ,"..nit, )lift, Saturday for spent the w..e1 I a her home near ; J. C. Robinson' and childrenwill way; good wire fence, not ch.".....d,?, l

her home in I 'arm> .: :.I.SCOTT'S'I. New Rlver.'i! 1 ban i aped 1 "ht>ma return today today from a visit first class soil and good ilrnln/.L'f question in the Graham home was whether I ;

to attend t\lvu\ > nil ,f his i>riitar.Messrs. with her parents, Mr. and !Mrs. R. L. Price $BOO; terms. T. R .s\\ fnt, it was to be TH-rift or D-rift. The vote was for. .
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l.ewis, of Jasper. She will be accompanied Jacksonville, Fla. I I. I tFOR
'I P Ml.v end R T. / by her sister, Miss Hilda TH-rift after Mrs. G. presented it thusly: :

Crowder ansmfic" 0 Thtpa, \1 're' Lewis, who will spend several weeks SALE-600 peach trees, yp.llow '
a aI holiday vifs t the ,In of t I' F'. here. and white presses; 1-foot trees in) I "Are we content to drift along with no preparation ;

:Mon.'an, ea oltown.I"s cents; 2 foot trees, 20 c.-nt". For for the future? .;
I call 5 shorts No. 'i
the particulars on 11 I
Ilollis V. Knight, who spent ,
Ll1t.Ifa1lbbY. t' P'. :Ihe,I Cot and ; or write C. C. Co wart, Lnwtt-y. U "Or
hullday with his parents, I are we thriftly going to ave money for the
I wart a gue-.*.It week 0)\)\ Mary,I MM D. K.: Knight in Starke, and Wit FOR RENT-Furnished 3 room department future? -

Carv.va. 's fMaulwb. turned'' friends in Lake Butler, left Wednesday with all modern conven-1 I .

horn Tues.'ISbd woe a iSa
by Miss i where he is a law student ] '
Ca'I I I Hughes, S. Walnut street, Stark fortune without a qualm.
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p Oscar W I".rez, of .lI1te"enl i Simmons & Stringf.llow, electr ca LOST-Between Dr. BigRs' ofllre and "And when opportunity knocks it will make it
return.telthe city' i.in- Mrs.:' Fernandez's home '
hall 1 <-tractors, have their display a i-ollege
ing severa-J, with his we lan ,Mow on South Walnut street full of pin of gold, diamond shape with possible for us to take full advantage. s
of her : "F. S. W C." engraved, short gold '
son who a snesta he1 lettrical! goods tastefully displayed.
Mrs. Lalla uk.. Tli.,ir sign, composed of colored bulbs chain and T-shaped guard, 33 "Now.--what do you say, shall it be thrift or ...

makes a fine show after dark. pearls surrounding it. Finder no- drift?" .1

J. M. BaiflSr' Jacksonville' t tify Mrs. Fernandez at post office, > ,
thjs week with '. L, and receive reward. It* This bank
several da : sla helps people save by paying 4 percent
ile here Mr. ,ikerhunt ter. .
Turner al 1 '
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enjoyed )' in I WANTED TO BUY-White leghorn interest on saving accounts. Start yours this
and Mr. 'I home in Hampton after a visit with J
ei' hens but rood Price
layers.
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young week. "
th. ,,,untr r I their aunt Mrs. F. A. Scott.
I must be reasonable." Drop me a .
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H Aust pent the holidays itb I Mrs Sara L. Hamrick mill, open her card. Mrs M. S. Plank, Starke. .I I Bradford '
1. 1.43t County ;
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d.tdamel
his grand' _'I "n, kindergarten class next Monday\ at Bank'e.t1 ..

Iuu.ea $ slut Roberta aHastings. W. S S. '' ington, at ine o'clock, at her home on Lafay- FOR SALE-Crosby radio set with- !t(
e.e.IT repor'" "'!'YO". blYplantlnll' tte street. Kindergarten boors are \ _
out amplifier, '25. A. E. Dunham, i:
p o.s. [n\ni nine to twelve. Starke. It* :-
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': Some of the most successful growers ville, who has spent many years studying BRADFORD COUNTY DRAINAGE -..

apply about 200 pounds of sulphate !- the tung tree, has been retained I ASPIRIN

With The Bradford of potash about a week after to look after development work in The drainage subject is Very Important -

( the second general application, whichIs Florida. because all !good farmers and

usually applied before December Working in close co-oper&ticn with truck growers, the "backbon of our Say "Bayer" and Insist!

Farmers 1. This helps to keep the berries firmin the department of agriculture, experts county, wants well drained! Unda. Even -

'i case the additional nitrate application of the China Wood Oil Committee our city and town rieidj want

: Is applied during heavy fruit have been experimenting for ten dry yards for the children to) scam-
with the culture of tung oil in
years
\ perk and play In. They WI loamy
ing.It
L.1 is important to provide adequate Florida and other Southern states. moist soil for their
have. Look around and investigatethe Ifur/len:, and the
I EXTRACTS FROM: REPORTS OFI varieties that am succeeding in 1 I drainage for strawberry beds. It on- They report that successful results autoist wants anything ,,1St ut wet, .

I t COUNTY AGENTS=" the given locality andcr I ly requires a few days to injure u have been obtained especially around boggy roads. '
I' the become wa- the Gainesville district, where climate
should ground
\ 1' tlon, and make your .. considera-I crop, I It is a subject that interl' everybody -
. '" Volusla-Cabbage moving from Seville tersoaked. temperature and .oil condition are In
cordingly.
a community.
by carlotn. Organized a citrus I favorable. The director of the state
the trees carefully .with the i I
Number Set ] station and University'of The rivers that could he 1 ed a8 a
Oateon. experimental
at EARTH
# Club of nine boys natural position, using NOTHING LIKE IT ON I
Of farmers are planinng to plant bulb roots In their firm with The new treatment for torn flesh, rut, I'' Florida ia very anxious that this means of draining Droolfo. county

'I.'It, crops here. Fair work is progres only the top soil, making wounds, sores or l lacerations that is dninic industry should receive the proper I might be called by sonic ( 'ks, be-
sing. the feet, and thoroughly saturating such wonderful work in flesh healing is kind of start in the near future.In cause they have plenty pf' er dur-
the soil around the roots with water. the Dorozono liquid ami powdnr combination clurh
lag rainy weather but drouths
his Mr. Williamson ;
Plant tho trees at least 60 feet apart. treatment. The. liiiuid Uorozone is making report, I nli'OB you see the name "Bayer" on
l\larlon-Several farmers came to- March \ :a powerful antweptio that\ purifies the said: "We also found a variationin dry up to( mud holes cn'r: ow and nnckapor on tablet you are not get-
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gether in my office Thursday and proceeded Cultivate clean wound of oil\ poisons' and infectious germs, the production of individual trees. then In the channels. taiiur me, genuine Uayer product preBouriod -

' to make their third, order April and part of May; then plant whilo the liorozono powder is the great Tung trees have a male and female The chief rivers are aI Fe on bv physicians over tvvonty-two
( up velvet beans and turn under the last I healer. There is nothing like it on earth I >oar. tint! rrovod safe by millions for
for fertilizers, this time for 189 tons. of September. Put soil in conditionand for speed -safety ami efficiency. Price! blossom; the insect that fertilizes the the south of Bradford, /l1'd'v River c''olds Headache
They plan to buy a similar amount in under (liquid) Sue. 60o and $1.20. Powder QOo blossom goes from male to female. on the west and nortb. 'J ucithaclie
plant oats to be plowed I I Liimbapo d
and 60c. Bold
February. They seem pleased as to about March 1. Repeat this system! by I That introduces the possibility that The largest drainaLrl' .tion of Ilaiaclic: Hhi-umatixm \

I I .r results secured; they save about $10 I In spring and fall plow All Drug Stores it may be difficult to get trees of large I Bradford county i ii the vtJ'ra that Pain Pain
every year.
i : a ton on the listed prices. enough to hide the material production from a tree that is a large,: fall into a shallow bain vhich Is Accept "Dttyer Tablets of Aspirin"j\jeUl'llgia
just deep turned under. INSECTS: DOING DAMAGE producer. So we set out to find if the made up, almost wholly, c 4lligator only. Cueh' unbroken package contain
being
carload TO STIIA WHERRIES; USE trees could be grafted and budded. proper directions. Handy boxen of
4 Walton-We received our I I Give the pecan plenty of barnyard pond, Sampson lake and I 1t4. Samp- twchf tablets cost few cents Druugut -.
':, of Cayana 10 cane and distributed it TOBACCO TO CONTROL" We did this at various seasons until SOli lake. also noil bottles of 84 n ml, 'tii ,.

among our farmers. Received a largo I manure. ._ we learned the proper time of year If a canal was cut from i< basin to I Aspirin is the trade mark, of Bayer
;1 order of satsuma orange trees and I Strawberry plants are bein1 infest:., to do such work. Now we can make either Fc 'Ar Manufacture of Monoacolicacidester -o(
River
Santa) river or Siilicylicaoid.
II' our fruit growers are busy netting I 9 To Stop a Cough Quick ed by aphis and red spiders, accord. I all trees big,: producers. following the natural fall fhe land,

t: them. Our streets and thoroughfares/ lake HAYES' HEALING HONEY.* a ing to reports from field agents and "Then the question came up as to it would drain the 1,>...v.l4| i around
: are decorated every day with large cough medicine which stops the cough by farmers to specialists at the Florida when to transplant and whether the I enabled them to raise more chickens
1 heeling the Inflamed and irritated tissues. Starke, suificiently: urlj surface
I loads of fruit trees on their way to A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE experiment station. Basing their pre trees should be kept In a nursery for drainage ditchtM would ball\ 1 required eggs, meats and other products for

I ,j home orchard' and commercial field. SALVE for Chest Colds. Head Colds and' dictions on past experiences, these reporters That problem solved, as I U the spacing of the, farmerto ki ep their the market.

.j.. Watch Walton Win. I Croup Is enclosed with every bottle of declare that unless somethingis of trees, 25 feet apart being the farms and free 'n Berry and vegetable culture ha*'
; .. /gardens t surplus
!4 I HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The salve done to control these pests the proper distance. So far, during 14 1 1I I' caused the investment of much tim
should be rubbed on the chest and throat water. f
Hamilton-,Last week was a busy I of children suffering from a Cold or Croup. strawberry crop will be seriously re- years, no disease or insect pest has and capital, yet if large areas of out,
'
suffia 'ntt rfall
: one with our farmers! building tobacco -I Tim healing< beds. Hide the throat combined with the healing effect" of.rove be "The nuts not picked but dropto be of theses |rs. A ca- show
barns and preparing plant '. 'i O-Pen-Tnta Salve through the pore ol Aphis (plant lice) can readily are '\ and prove that. value and test]
nal take
I, ,f, the akin fooo scope a cough. controlled by spraying the plants the ground in October and November would' aWIIal1 i free Water Every acre by proper and actual cut-
'.. Okalooiia Delivered carload of Doth remedlf are packed In cue carton and theooet solution where they left until dry, a not?<'ily from the s but na- tivation
: a of the combined treatment U 93e. with a nicotine sulphate according -| are would demonstrate theiri
4 j Cayana 10 cane to 110 farmers this Just ask your druggist for.HAYES' to the recommendations of ,[ matter of three or four months. Dur- turally f-im all the sur ding ar- great fertility in producing profitable .

: 1 week; this cane was sent out by the HEALING HONEY. the station. Use 1 part of the con- ling that period the farmer has littl eas.A crops.

t';: elate plant board. I centrated preparation to 800 parts of I to do and the crop which cost very I gra.ual slope cou'' bt securedin A FARMER.:

THE POULTRY SHOW IMI'ol'rANT water; and add 5 pounds of soap for little for labor, is easly harvested.The all tb surface ditchiM\ cause an

\ Jefferson-Eleven of our farmers r FACTOR IN POULTRY, every 50 gallons of the spray. The trees bear fruit the second year." even flo< of water, aniiot, a wash

:': have agreed to grow a carload of soap, in addition to increasing the effectiveness In China, its most important use ing of til 1 to leach tI & nd of its Colds Ceust! One end rnn ?nza

F',: Cayana 10 cane which was received The most important factor in the of the spray, makes it is as a preserver for the thousands fertilityA cause.LAXATIVE There BRO is.tO only OU3.TN! : one!:Tibleu' "*.!TB. .groove QuJuIro.th

\ this week from Gainesville, agreed development of the poultry industry spread and stick to the leaves. This of boats that ply the Inland water. fal just enough tounfy the water W. G OVI'S!: .ltfn.rm nn hoc. .Ill>

to grow it and furnish seed for the has been the poultry show, since the tobacco mixture can be mixed with ways of the country. It is also used aw. gently frontuf basin is

, county. Organized four local shipping first exhibit of thin kind in Boston in 4-4-50 bordeaux mixture and used to as a leather dressing, umbrellas are sufRcler and the depbf the canal SEABOARD TRAIN SCHEDULE

units to affiliate with the watermelon 1849. A properly conducted poultry control both fungus and insect trdu- waterproofed with it and it is used and dimes below the 'fxce is governed -

growers' association to aid in show is said to be the final court in bles at one operation.Red in soap making. y the fall of tffvater' and (In effect Nov. 11, 1923)

marketing the melon crop, which in determining a fowl's merit and the spiders may be controlled by The nuts from which it is pressedare the cb.-acter: of the 1 I";, Southbound-

promising to be heavier next year breeder's ability to produce high class spraying or dusting with a sulphur about the size of an English walnut Opet ditches are baiflto" use in No. 1 reaches Starke at 12:19: a. i

it than usual. poultry. compound. The dust should be applied shaped much like a persimmonand sandy md as they ci bj re-opened No. 3, 10:59: a. m.

There is no better means of advertising during the hottest part of the contains from three to( five seeds. easily Then the soft idffills them. No.No. 21 15, Limited Cedar Key, 5:00: p. m.
1:16
"' : Santa Rosa-Delivered 10 tons of I both the fowls and their owner day. If spray is used, probably the The tree is deciduous and grows to On :;tt other hand, id l'drainageusee NorthboundNo. p. m.

;; Cayana 10 cane to farmers of this- than by showing them, In the opinionof best Is soda-sulphur (soluble sulphur about ZQ feet in height. !'i a great exten t>Vjry expensivtf'a 2 reaches Starke 4:15 a. m.

,; county. II. D. Lansden, Florida extension ), as it is not so liable to stain The Chinese method of extractingthe I ',1 becomes filkvICh the soft, No. 4, 4:26: p. m.

i poultry specialist, who adds that the berries. Lime sulphur may be oil are very crude. Adulterationis fin.'' nd which reqBSS too much No. 20, Cedar Key, 8:50 a. m.

Oaceola-Strawberries;; are moving "nothing has a more stimulating effect used, diluted 1 part to 65: parts of quite generally practiced and the labor nd cost to rereflt.Bn No.( 16, Limited, 5:57 p. m.

t regularly now and for good prices. In starting a boom for better water. The sprayers should follow supply is made uncertain by river pi for Bradfo ft the Wannee Branch
All-shipped through the local association poultry than such a show. the pickers. rates. Much oil is lost In transportas basin as (\ ? main No. 101 leaves Starke 7:43: : a. m.
< drained the Ids that flood
,
No.
104
.J so far have averaged over 75 "Poultry shows may be classed as I| If both spiders aid aphis are present it is carried in uncovered baskets arrives Starke 3:15 p. ?
at't'r-s and flat lancnji be ditch- T. J.
r.I I cents a quart to the growers. county and community, local or city, in the same field, the nicotine sulphate and the waterways have many dangerous la'und diked I GRIFFIN,
e4 wi fob soil and AgeijDO
and national. The first probably hasa (for the aphis) and the sulphur rapids. To make matters
d4r1| by surface the* in the low
Lake-We will have a county fair more reaching influence in promot. compound (for the spiders) may worse the semi-civilized native farm- p1iictI I

r here January 21-26; various communIties ing better kept poultry, because more be combined and one spraying made ers look with disfavor on modern : YOUR WANT TO SEL

are being organized to put on people view the exhibits. City shows I to suffice for both. methods. Nearly all the oil is ship- w n free water j wed to re-

exhibits; and from the whole fair will create fanciers and back yard keepers As these insects are in greatest ped from Hankow, which due to low malT tear the surla root area YOUR FARM OR GROV1We

,, be selected the county exhibit to send from whom breeding stock and number on the under side of the leafit water, is open at only certain sea- of p Its is \"ry" shl Id limited,

to New York.SemlnoleEprliest. eggs may be procured. The national is important that the dust or the sons of the year. t.he vhen a irouth e the water

show may determine world champions spray be applied so that this part of Seeds seedlings and full informa- lIta' too quickly fo ota of the

;' celery Is being and of this class the one held he leaf is thoroughly covered. I tion may be obtained from Mr. Wil- plar to follow fo i ure, hence '

p cut and shipped; it Is bringing very at Madison Square Gardens i* typi liamson at Gainesville. It is hoped Ute ant growth is p d.

.;' fancy prlcus. Crops in general are cal.! WARD OFF GRIPPE that Southern farmers will take up '.I-p drainage aJ e roots of

looking fine. About 300 acres more "Beginners! are advised to start exhibiting let rid of that cold quickly before the culture of tung trees and help establish pia to go deep f, of ure and It

,. to early celery this year than last. at their county fair, then at fevvrlxh conditions apt ID and you have this new industry, and at the .b1t.1se the feedl t of plant
their nearest local exclusive poultry a bed ease of erippo. Leonard! same time increase the yield financially .re As the free 'oes downjthcvarm
Cough Syrup (Creiwoted ) quickly
: Suwannec-Farmers are putting show, attending each which will be Rootbes and heals raw throats cuts the from their own farms.No air is .II a the soil

out more fruit tree around thei? the means of acquiring a better phlegm, protects the lung, stops irritation an ''ncreases chel, tion; this

.. 0- homes; 1300 blueberries were act out '' knowledge,: of the better birds by comparing a tight aDd cough brinies, bad cold relief.grlppn If you or bron-have Worms In a nealthy Chilil r, ,clng a growt il bacterhtth.hastens

JO--. this week. the different breeds and the I'hitia, get a bottle of I.eoiinnli's Cough All children troubled with Worms have nn uaiU'Uithy the g plants In
winners with the losers." ttyrup"' (Creosoted) and ward ofT more Color wbkb Indicates pour blood eru atiitct. a '8" sot!. IV
serIous tr llhle. Fine for wkooniuc ? there ta more or I lei. tanmch disturbance I ,
cough and croup. Tbe safe, sure and % back to the II Il! tlon. It
v vU ".ROVES TASTELESS.CHILL IONIC tti.n r tu4'arly I I
HOW'S TillS?
A. TONIC "I"a..01. remedy that you can depend !' fur two or three week wiV' cnru.ii' tl h,' bbrn., J a f ditch was c Hampton -
)]I HALL'S CATARRH MBDICINQ will upon. Protect your children. and your- improve tho dlilntlon,and act at a tanr-al:S'-tmiihjrninn |I'r Santa Fe rive vr Id dry the have many, inquiries from w.
| do what wa claim for It-riii your aystem Orove's Tasteless chili Tonic leptnres elf. At your\ druggists.SOIJTIIERN Tnnlc to the whole' ynrm. Ninif w I the* tern and "
fa l of Catarrh or Deafness. cuuaed: by Energy and Vitality by Purifying and throw ofY..r dispel the worm,.end theC-i, W.!,,!)* 'p 's, farms and .118 f that dis- northern farmers who ha] rl
Catarrh. hi perfect" healtn. Floaaaot_ _ke.*<9c ""-'..ot"Ja tr. written us" asking that we send th.J
FARMERS URGED ii
: HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE: con. Enriching the Blood. When you feel iu ,
the l'l
1 1 .lit* of an Olntmtml which Quickly strengthening invigorating effect, see how TO PLANT" TX'NG=" TREES id furthermo h main basin descriptions of several far
t Relieve the catarrhal Inflammation and FLORIDA FARM & GROVE SALE 'ropertie,
the Internal M Ulclne. a Tonic. which it brings/ color to the cheeks and howIt |I. rained suffic a I the land groves and underelopJ

art through tluiii the aamattnK Blood on to .the..tor.-Mucoua nor improves the appetite lou vlll: then Ready Market Assured for Oil Hear- __ COMPANY /i era use surfx the natur- land in this section, also many lette,

f tlurfal'.i IU",... appreciate Its true tonic value. Nuts-Take Dace of Cotton Crop rainage willjJ it of the rest from business men of our large clti.J
I Soli by druKRlM for over 49 Tear Ono of the largest land sales 'i, besides boj
'i *'. J. Cheney A Co.. Toludoi, O. Grove's Tasteless chill Tonlo lit simply 'he free watc p eI: tho naturIrainage -i I many among the foreign .
I Iron and Quinine suspended in syrup. So Piracy in China has played into the ganizations in America is opening 9f- cr S are lof the thrifty northern Europe ni ,

I NOTHING=" WILL BEAT TilE pleasant even children like It. The blood! hands of Florida farmers who are flees in Florida under the name of..fhe ned deepen a the I ionalities. i' "
needs QUININE:' to Purify II and IRON lo witha Florida Farm & Grove Co. The tl-, -h ''drains If you are anxious for "'
offered m'quick s
PECAN ; GIVE IT A TRIAL now a new money crop ; and abs ti that : .
1 Enrich it. Destroys Malarial germ. aiu'Geip guaranteed market. Such, in brief, rectors of the company are me'lJ I vent free n) rn and want your property placed t .
germs by Its Strengthening.\ Invlgo* have been in the real bujlless I fore
estate these
buyers, write '01.
) will result was the report of the China wood oil 'he marsh, h us and f
Nothing give greater ElWr
:II'nll ik1. for in the North. DrlnciD 1h' will have ,
;$r for the Investment than the committee to the Paint Manufacturers years (I lakiot an43im ''njs ,'ould heship I our representative call nl \Id')
.
pecan
in the states of New York Ohio/ i make ,
an( the
nor require as little attention, when FERTILIZE STlt.\WlllmlUES Association of the United States, Massachusetts. med and iI&' p e. ,. in-t"ad necessary arranXemesits.1

I, planted around the house, yard or the TO STIMULATE: FIIVITINU: and the National Varnish Manufacturers' g nbreiv '*1 .f ''VII-t" ofI : Florida
Farm
They have offices & Groves
already opened i I Salr-
'
I barn. Therefore not few Association in joint convenlion Ii S """ti"n of ,,
why plant a .
217 Realty building in the city 1 217 Kealt
I trees where they will receive plenty Proper fertilization i is important in I at Chicago.It t nuitv.Pit' > Bldg. Jacksonrif'

J of plant food from the waste of the strawberry culture especially to stimulate ; is hoped that 50,000 Florida acres Jacksonville, the headquarters forth, ha 'e rr a t that <'on I IIrllin" I
; and will be planted to tung trees from company, because it is most convei built raus _- I
t barn lots and chicken houses fruiting. tate :Secember ip .:(', I"
i Pecan trees cannot be planted in January Is the tine to begin fertilU- the nuts of which an oil Is pressed ient for all. buyers from the Nor "C ha' r11 I 'w3 .>'t tn ,I I ;
and West
orchard arrangement forgotten for ling for this purpose.A that is an essential raw material for coming to Florida byljr' 'iIti (ii?, fhc f 'ntl Iron.ml -
: :
,
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or boat, to come by the f,J.< ,
eight or ten years, and then returned ,good: plan consists in applying a many products. Acres formerly set way fn"nl co, fi p I ..rl' rap. :
sonville. Later ioI l1I
several! other
4k to for bountiful crops of nuts each third of the fertilizer !before the to cotton, a crop made unprofitableby dlv ad ?Y veil kept I
will be
opened in other FREi I
r : year thereafter. A poenii" orchard requires plants are set, a third six weeks later I the boll weevil, will/ net a hand. state. partl'ojr(f nd' e. VtTh. ( :

p : as careful cultivation, fertilization and the !final third when the plant' some return if set to "growing; var- This have offices in', .. vvp3abLJt ad Rradfn-d ;
company
etc. fruit is beginning to bloom. The entire nb 11. ()I r produc izc) s4lwherrtc4 ,
spraying, as any or states mentioned above and they 1. ,
4'L ", nut crop. amount used should total from 1500to It in an interesting fact that the the tOfl.i I 'ean -

..... Select a well drained sandy loam 1800 pounds on average land according three essential ingredients of certain a large force of salesmen In ad trrwto Is it Your HouseV'!
and will b ,. r'
vice direc- types of modern varnishes, namely, ritory, every man us .,yeiormo si ,
soil, underlaid with a good porous to A. P. Spencer, i tant indu4t ; ;
Interest the people of the Nortt
subsoil for the if tor of tho agricultural extension division rosin, turpentine and China wood oil, e. I
clay pecan, possible l-i- Our '. .
West in Florida i
purchasing business
: Is the advice of G.; It. Blackmon, I University of Florida. can be produced only in the South, and do [f'! had tVtem is to protect] .
In fertilizer, work it in especially in Florida. Ninety per cent groves. They a large a. We tifi aZ'pma" and I
pecan culturist of the Florida experiment applying tising business with the ', 'I 'srlj' tulted to you-- large small .d, .'
' ( station. The however around the plants, being! careful not of modern varnishes consist principally newspiof roflor I'
,' pecan, that section to produce lea* I II I Best Reliable .
'
not to of these three products. China r count Companies ,
will thrive on a variety of noih, and to get it too close to them and work I I -
their salesmen on'and.
i is sometimes seen in a thrifty, productive break the roots. Use a light work wood oil la: also the chief liquid Ingredient I have already thousands to of pr 'j'. me f be ::7.g and nthStarke- I Quick Adjustments 'J''J'I '
Good shallow of flat interior wall paints, C
5 I condition on sails( not generally ing tool for this purpose. tire for farms andgro- es ey wtey, I
adapted to it. Soil that has rock cultivation should be kept up of which some 10,000,000 gallons are buyers ? hi4 Ofl, Sit W>oker, vet I Ila DON'T LOSE '

L' ". or a hard pan near the surface or throughout the winter.It consumed annually in this country.In this state. .J' aeon b4r for the SEE -US \. ,' ,

standing water, should not be set to is not desirable to hasten the order to stimulate an American Habitual ConMlparron cur. 0' wed li tuction of "i .

,1 pecans. growth In winter by applying nitrate tung or China wood oil industry, the In 14 to:11: DT* c. by e the ship ;

...;" Tills nut, as with other fruits and of soda or any quick acting ammonia beginnings of which are well started -LAX-FOS WITH PJ>SN" U a If"<. ,. yr of c 4t Itbave been .Peek & Perrymai ;, ::

j ',:.. nuts, does not come true to seed; it fertilizer, unless the plant shows a near Gainesville, as well as to assure preparedSytupTonlc-Laxa'Jrfort, iaConstipation. (I wont tJhousands 'I :

".:' Ij 'I' must be budded or grafted to get the I need for additional fertilizer about Southern farmers a ready market, a It relieves i jvomr ut oltars J'tjrom the Telephone 83 ,
for 14 ,
t : '),: '- kind desired. Therefore, secure tree picking time. In that case top dress large turn of money has been pledged to should Induce be regular taken regularly action. ItSdmuani tt ,y, th of I i tables. Starke In' rHI

from the nearest reliable nursery and with a light application of nitrate of to the American Tung Oil Corporation I I Regulate Very PleasantltoTst i. Ik. e fa t! raised irnt-- I

: do not try to get the largest nut they I soda or sulphate of ammonia. J and B. F. Williamson, of Gaines per botu. e corit' if ldhave free 41
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-I ;EIITEMS OF BUSY LAWTEY a THE BEST WAY\ .,

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MASTER'S StLE T -- Tf'leIl'TRph-Klndly ituiin..' !
< I h.: i-i I I I KrJilZSJ f *rthouae d.'D' Stark TO GET YOUR IRON
( ,MAI I ,', lain imcn thaI Dl.under.,... nod by ,I day ?? count- .lol.ld, .- o. Mommy") the 1 tt l lI I NV Year to you all Ira \\'.il.ton and Alton Thornton, of space for u short responseto the t..
uUu' find r<. ,Fad on ember o22- I huu. 'ofBr"n D. LM* dung the'! lees:I heated attack made on me- List w.I
"* the Stark, visitors, hero Friday af :
by flif.i wore :; .
,, Honorable A. V Long, Judtru Bald' ha nurpnee kor intlafyln b the local movies managi'mi'iit.What linvu prencribcit ..1
"-I" thudiufnl Tilni" 101101011111' Scribed r.aFll'lSn
r Circuit, in fie ternoon." R'tYSlrlAMS. -:Pubngnn fur 10
and
for a being" la ford J. W Barber and chile
'" Ur oounl
mty Florida,
R < 1 Jti. the In that curtain Io-.It. I salt about the effect of the o or its supply of ,
Bradford H.11a 'ay
omplHlniint' and County Bunk a tluartorNOfrtal"1"lrt" t' e Nortnwi -.. r' with relatives Inprofessor movies on the minds of tho children iron. They found I thnt it wu'i readily'
MnUa,,, Ms wire. Are defendnbka'd i in, South. Three .". I>nahlp 81J1" to Ia Arthur Stokes, of Jacksonville, is absorbed!, did not hillnte. tho stomach
.?signed will offer fur gala contelnin Twenfr.two; (22) East otfll. few here his wag prompted wholly by what I oS and toned and
'h. and will (/0) acme, mora or Im. spending a days with quickly Htrcngtheneil -
ft rhih,".marourihonce doorsieoStarke. said now Bale being i, subject to the prior ken W parents, Mr. and Mrs G. W. Stokes. serve In the schoolroom. I am n"tpOlllnlt' thu 1I .'.telll. At your druggl..t's -

-/January ill unnt3. ,\rtmidn.. D, on .Monday, the 7th, I r'rtaim.xUtmn mnrtgayteeutnl" I vor o< by the J.owner A. Tyler of thee and; d l. of music of i as a reformer. I am simply in bath luiuld und tuUluts. 1

loot ink' TIT tli 102-1, during the legal. Hiittk. Tyler' hrlfe. user ald lanile. rfaloj a:, was the guest last I trying to do faithfully the work for' Free Trial Tablets To:"mifur:: yolltxcK::: : I
,/: ] puriMiHu of inllafyingnn October 30: A. I PIS. and recorded. fnfnoru'! the hmithhuiuuimvnhio ,
A< lying decrtrtho uinl bt following ",,,,,- book Two I I at page Twenty-two (&.'b'. d, ,:undo and aunt, Mr. and Ernest Wells was transacting; bus- which I am hired thnt of helping the of liiiili't; l'i "iiti-Miitmiin. M rtli* today

r.. to witimenctm : 'IQ" In radfordibcounty of Ftnrida the publlo >fib i>/ Bradford aouotyf J ,Mo. re. '\.'" Ines In Jacksonville !Monday i, parent prepare their children for the for ii moss.ni-riiii.v i I ilnl,MI, t "l'ii.nuns k"M-"f Hint'Inlili-l.inMrwii Svmlno h. -

)IIG!/ feet from the Northonvt Also thp foil! d.-rrlbed personal ebb'eefy .\, 1' most useful citizenship M. J. Jrot..I.h! Co u.I Wurruu :til.: N. Y.
l' t.i Ire Broadway and In Bradfo! lunu! to-wlt : : / ;"
Emit;: Vortt;>f' tioyt; atact.South t anti 105
f thence Vet 52feet! to bewlnninn Hojrt nnmed George. r and friends here first with his parents near Live Oak. : either locally or item-rally.
Mock-o Lola 29. 30.! 31. 32. .1,1 ::14. 35 and ; I r E. KNIGHT.VLI ( .1 1 But I am intercitod in prVmiotin-r the "!
Three I C
',31). In R N. Powtlnir'i Muter I It Cborir.Inant. week.'i II
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tu Tow Starke. addi.l .A., R. best good of the children under
Tot All CREWS my
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In u. '' -* "L. I Solicitor f. ''. U-7-cJi Miss! Lottie and Vivian Dinkins, of : ,
1'owl1lh/r./ II' South,, Raingoulwamyttwo 'nl ,. care( hence when I see n mennrmir!; Tonic and
week Blood
t Jacksonville, spent last herewith Enricher
Eaat NOTICE OF AI ATION FOR TAX lit :and Mrs W. E. Torode were danger in the way of the children, I

-.0 Sr.uthcaMi Ntrthiuit Quarter- of of Section went Qimrjf UNDERCE IOV ;Tl Of Tim Starke Friday evening and their parents Mr. and Mrs. Penny feel it my duty to warn the parent.
31, Dinkina. .
A Town- reb
South. Range 22 Eo t.ilio I I. 'ITATIES f' e movies. I' All those quotations from prominent 1-------- -

.Northeajt Quarter of tho South went If.rbv untiepurchmier bon 'ha- ixiula R YQit to the educational value ty
L .r oxcept < men as / : ar taAtlN!1tfiCtflGli3..C7L4 M :'It: "f'CI 1dIaJQ1
"lotion Tuwnehfp i7 ofmiprctlvely .1.l LI rtilaleaind ,.u'.' Mr. end Mrs. John Prevatt and children Uo
Southrltangea22so I'n.. collector 17 21') liwnilford oJ -' ". Mrq. J. ;}tf. Alvarez of of Wymauma were guests! last |lof the movies are misapplied. They : COFFINS & CASKETS ;jj
,- Northwest Quarter of the Northeast I acid Bounty a ke motored to Lawtey Sunday i wero talking about the right kind of log
certificate 171 ;
I
liter except 10 I '.>ctlon :>. Township acre 7 In Southeast corner 12. 1920 and rtlflotf noun '. oon. '. pictures. Every one will admit that, : And a Full Line of j| AIa
South. Hnajre 22 and 212 being holtz. '
t I 'ily 4FH 921 '
laald I I certificate I > olflec' rod, v such pictures lire very helpful and desirable UnJerl "er. Supplii t e fur
D. E. KNIGHT. ,I application for .*da, ts.m.mpeetlvi In -- ---
> CREWS Special i Muter in Chancery i(' with law.Said a r and Mrs. G. W. Roberts were myself as freely us any one ref
Solicitor' for Complainant i I certlflcii L r Ipi tors to Lake Butler Sunday. Mrs. L. A. Marr and children are else but the general' run of Wild Went AUTOMOBILE HEARSE his.
.
12-7.5! 1.4 I following. land iradfiTdfcoeertlileatM I visiting relatives in Umatilla this AI..,. on hand The best **rat -
....
.11'01 .> .h. Or i and love pictured are not of that //fig
-- -'- '" f i
-MASTER'S- In sore n rue p week. class .ke the lowest prices. SffeteJ he

I' -Lice la hereby SALE after parttoull forth, r'' t fjfot. and Mr W. O. Duval spent : attention to Uleircph rra -
clven I
1-tua iM'rp of made that certain final that Decree under of and Fore by of Certificate Lot 12 in V f' so 4 embr Sec a Lt ,cacti dnys last week with relatives Carl Colley, of Jacksonville, spent I freely admit that I have not iit- e Registered Embalmer.DEWITT ora
I O and rendered on November 22, 12 E.. 10 .are' !Mended the local theatre or any other ,
11(28. N
e of the br Honorable W. S. Bullock Certificate F I ,mb .,P ampton. a few days here last week his aunt,
Fifth Judicial of Lot in spite of critic's ungentlemanly
circuit of FlorHonorable 12 In en S.r. my I C. JONES
Rebecca Whitehead.P. .
A. V. Long Judge M E., 6 acree d Misa I 4 SWant
th Judicial of the Ili : : fling in that direction. But I
i ha""j
certain when Certificate .o. 1 imbre Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Smith and Mrs STARKE FLA
It of Columbia caiue nlthedFeuderaldLand North Half of sweat V uterine Teare, spent a few days (( noticed, the billboard! announcing the I .. .vn'ii
a wet Qu.rter.ac. L. Dinkins of Jacksonville
,
corporation I was
,
lent and la com Tp 1 )( +tllclofttDalalormmttlmtE9m(tloYtMllgmllI
)
J. M. Starling ...., VU pictures, and they are enough to warn :
MII, wife and Nettle Star. aiuwued it last week in Gainesville as the( !
and the X.awter National Unlnu ald tla tf1'' the Sunday guest of his parent, Mr. I alt
a Farm that heir children will b..
the
...1 willnoffegr.forrcal, datwill according to I I., t den t'h pF.R eats of Mrs. W. :H. McCormick. and Mrs. Chas. Dinkins. i I parents Fl'
cell
I ml and beet bidder for to the on l the! 7th day| aui tart ------- ; worse off for seeing' the pictures. Theheroes future citizens of the bent county in Its
each, In front i Wltnwi my A.a !
eourthoua door In Stark, of the 5th bet' DrTft.1 and heroines posing for these all the world l today. lut
Florida on Monday Bradford coun day of r Vir. and Mrs. C. Y. Mayo and little(! Cliarlie Carter and J. Osteen were
A. D. the 7th day of Jan. pictures' are often Impurc-ehnracti-r' FHN": Sl' TIIOKNJUKST.:: .
1024.
(Seal lighter Ada Marie, returned to :
for hie ofgaenafyln C.1' visitors to Jacksonville Sunday. Aatt
purpoae asldfinal
4 the i, yet our pure boys and girls are to Iwfed
ve. following deacribed real' 12-7-8-1-4 ilr... home in Pollard Ala., Friday, tell
I and state I
ly
being :
In Bradford county Florida. *.n-- lt :er: spending a few weeks hero with Clyde Rowe returned to his workin mentally and spirI./lily nn their Tho OhriHtmiis Saving Club is tho

L Southwea* Quarter of the NOTICE' 4jT nd Mrs. J. II. Moore. Jacksonville Monday after spend. debasing product. Such pictures ex- Intent and best! thing in the way of tll
-tcr of the Northeast Southeast Office the breaking! down of i I 1:01:
of 01101 plain largely
heant Quarter; and i for that at best
Quarter of the the ing Christmas week here with his : preparing a season .
Southwest h
Vnrthweat n Northeait Quarter and the North Quarter Half I went Tallal r )2/. Mr. and Mrs Truby Willis'! and parents. the moral fiber of our young people has more or less worry for most )leo- a

' '>iuthea Quarter Quarter; and of the Northeast North Quarter Sealed pi t t' "J1I ildren spent Christmas day with I today, resulting in free and, easy love, pie. Suva just a little each week and

'iheait'("ant gimit Quarter, r. of nil Northwmt In Section Quarter Half of of at this offieI loves in Lake Butler. The up-to-date bungalow which is early and thougrnUens\ mnrriiureH nndrE"II1'nt the financial end of the worry is overcome loY0U
Thi ) t t"hE'
ylx the 15th ( divorces.
icj the I r "I" 9i being: erected for G. W. Roberts by Start your Christmas account

uthpa''*South Quarter Half of of Section Southwest Quarter ,I ':r a Ii 9th". Mrs. E. L. DijrRs and Mrs. J. N.idrews ,I the local contractor J. T. McLeod, Is : My counsel to the parents about the today at the Bank of Starke. It
all I: about being In Twenty-four C.Ions Q .t'IfI Jr. of Stark visi- movies was not prompted by -
,h if Range Township Five UJ I were : taking shape rapidly. Mr Join's, of nny personal
acretier 011,Twenty-two- ((22)), Call .>f Tal t I I. to Lawtey Friday. feeling toward tho local/ management
DlsnMaasWe
> 60 ,..... pontainlnr In the ag 'n rdNeal Lake Butler, is here thin week doing Worldly Young
I have no acquaintance
the brick work.
4. CREWS Special D.Muter B trGChancery< pies F.unlce--: ;; Reddick, spent I whatever with him. If he could set, want a boy; are you an

Solicitor... '01 Complainant. (2-7-Bt-l-4 i ny hen with his'! family. The first crate of strawberries of as intimately in I do, for Five days I American born ?
.....,
11 I each week in the schoolroom the hindering -
""u, : the season was sent to Jacksonville* Hoy-My mother was an American
its I.onn Frlffo; ', of Jacksonville, i' Friday. They were picked by J. II. effect of tho movies upon the Mit she married an Englishman In

l' oaM I Jed relatives! here Christmas dav.", I and J. T. Moore and J. S. Norman. If character dov 1npment! of the I pupils (France.;

, Hue I he would heartily second warning.I ,
the warm weather continues the season : my Roes! Where were you born

tlrr .. .. 7111') r. and Mrs. J. F. White and thll-: will be on in earnest in a few am sure. Coy-I was born on a Belgian ship

i, of Dupont, were visitors her"' I Ilay. days. The present outlook is good for i In conclusion I would urge the parents (tying the Italian flag, while she was

mrtn@c r... Mr. and Mr*. White ere for- a biff crop here this season. to realize! that even if the pictures anchored on Honolulu. harbor. My

,] Pr.dY. residents of Lawtey. were worth seeing/ the pi'pll parents tied In Japan when I was a

t toImp Mrs. W. E. Torode delightfully entertained need their tim nights on their studies hnhy and a Chinamen adopted ma

I a, 1. "v. and Mrs. W. I. Powell return- a New Year's eve party on and ought not be permitted to und brought me up in Russia.
,
that affix m ome Monday from Winter Haven j Monday ,vening. About) thirty young attend of toner than once a wee!. at Hogs-Then what nationality ore

ina li re they spent a few day with people were present and a very en- the close of the week. you ? ,

d. "' r son, W. A. Powell. I joyable evening was spent) ingarnet. Yours for the boys and uirl-i, the foy--I'm a League of Nations.

.t fir -

rte rs. Will Alford and Mm. G. Load- -
.'
I'f z, of Sanderson, were guests lastk '

ti I. of their sifter, Mrs. L. A. Marr.
itch OUR 1941 i INTERVIEWSVELL 1
(
.I.IHt ram las Gladys Joyner, of Falatka! is .
I -t ding a few days here with her -- I'I '

J .,'" I t:, Mrs. B. L. BlnnchnrJ. YOU CAN SET ME DOWN AS CAN QUOTE ME AS SAYING

fAc 1 1'' r THAT 175 MY CHIEP PE lR.e TO
ExPECTING A BUSY YEAR AHEAD OU'T51DE -
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I an ., II" [rs. J. B. Howe visited relatives CARRY OUT ITME WITHE'S OPr
I d OF KEEPIMG MY EYE OH THE FELLOW
"I"
a are r lacclenny Sunday. FOLKS; C'NUM' POT J'
.' .'n "1 IN WASHIN6TOA1- 6BTTN6( READY FOR
A nit 1'1'9th \ 'MAT IN ElaILD
.' W. Andrews! Jr., was transact- / AAY 016 PARTY I/M I
TYPE f 1E
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ft, tit ese, I t f '. drVI business here Monday NOVEMBeR, 9'11'J

,J E Nr
) //I I !'//l1I I II' ORSOn Lastinirer, of Titusvill/ :
t
t At> not roar" a visitor to Lawtey Saturday.
j 't a.G .
jt f.n..in'.er. l 12.22t:
iglSway
f jh. r.!: $enry Burney was transacting busis '

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: .. IGRAPJI'S 110'01IWII in Jacksonville Friday. 'I I s

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fir K1 raid i" uberripOriAR ev. J. J. Treadwell, of St. Auprus-
hu I
,Those R
v e
', < wll Ifill his appointment at Grace
... a
... )tremlrerl I r
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I reh Sunday morning and evening. ,
i 'Ita ..
1i I
.I T rd quarterly conference will be -
eRin A

\i 0fllllr. r.t.T W I."n.,\ .I"i.... I I'S I in the afternoon. I JL"=I- SAV THAT DOLLAR PLEASE: SAY THATN/
.. II
1.
r .. 'I fI tarter. Unluls .: WHEAT AND 5X| CENT k'wOG5 '19x1} i EXPECT TO BE .
;trp'" Ethel Gunter and daughter reed I
." I.. A rs AS EVERAND
; IJIl/IJ r I.I, ,"nard. "r t IDN'T PLEASE Afi POPULAR" ,
\ Bar t to their home in Wauuhula! on ,
W
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., :. r:. j I 1', he'lex r, :Mrs FI.ULir.nn.tta. ::Me"t' r ilay, after spending the Christmas 'I I Mt: A COT BUT FARME0... THAT I A.SuREo ."" II

A B' t ti,I with her Mr. and A BOSSED HAIR'
::trun..'. ays parents, tptj'4 IC'-i PJ/NT TO sST'r -

C/ rlU; '! -, Rleu'r,. H r i. MX 11tMr ,Irs > G. L. Futch. I, I'i. YCAR AHEAD J 16 I MERE TO L

.f Bl z, \. ('ninl.n. ,I / 1 STAY .. "-
ME
( T.v'! r.V--- pea. t- )
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w\ \-. 4ox Maxville visited with
B M. D.linir. of ,
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4 '18 here
( Friday.
sternt .
,. Futfh, A. I in
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rf. J. !S= :-Tt1101n. ,
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.. !It I of teacht
tt Fiord Dainy Moore, one our
at-n.
\v. Blli I I
', ::: ,11.1. W'. E.w.lr.I1. .\ .l ,. >t home home in Thereisa this ck

tt\ 1 vet tutoring with ml8l1le8.o.Us.. 41
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n. .' 1 ,.y Itrry I Is filling her place. g/
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARK retain-I .: '
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It iiity"aramiportanif 1921.garfce .
.1II' OB.g'C"mmmmmmLmI= mmunmm""

I '> I ; / Letter il I F""n .nm.n.u' .n n with truck !rowe beat, -


(y j -I.,_r--Blink's Saturday Night II I -.go Otir1U--1! 0 e"mmit-l' tell exVi. :- en countyV outs want city O


Starke Dec. 29, 1023. ill where. we stop and we went up along I II in dry yards r
I}=wmfllnl
? Dere Bub: ) ] stairs and a feller showed up a ores.lte. and pi. a ecper o
I thot that as I had told you that big room with two beds in it and Pa DANCE AT WOMAN'S CLUB moist soil '.-.

f I would. rite you when we came loFloridy 1 said this was where we was goin to We ''hav u autoist. win 1Iao"l" !
that I had better start and stay for awhile! Ma and Pa got out Friday evening a large number of 1 ids; boggy roa,,-n g

I do it now as we have got a place some books and begin to try to find persons gathered at the Woman's' I ing Mane':(< :: It i i.. a !I llel 1, It-'' to' for the Victor T

., where we are going to stay and where out where they wanted to .go and little Club house and spent the evening In I also :: body In a "' d 1,, different style cabinets ad d
The and auditoriumwere a j dl I
for somethingto dancing library Tpendid Y.
John begin to croy '
I you can write: q. back to. We had The rivr\\ OI
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'I strict eat and Pa said he wouldn't risk I bright with Christmas decorations : r t
an awful time we left Possum ,. means of t ,
I r Hollow. I'alaid/ he didn't know rior- takin us all out on the streets so lie and the committee [in charge I: Drop in'''.amlheJD ;: might be c R J JJ/ .t
'I would something for us to .eat arranged everything so as to make .
Idy was so big till he got here. When get jf,,, cause the our Victrolas
and. bring it to us. Ma said she was the dance a great success.
we got off the train we wuz in a big ing fairly w ,
city that Pa said was Jacksonvills! \ afraid to have I'a go down there by Splendid music was furnished by drv up; to

We walked thru a big stone buildin hisself and that made Pu mad and he Mrs. Florence Powell, pianist; S. E. I e then in the1:' .l ,:

that was! about the biggest thing I !said he guessed he was big enough to Ritch, Jim Strickland, of Waldo; Bob I The ONESBradford
c4et.) _
of Earleton Beach and .
had ever seen It was a whole lot take care of hisself. Anyway he went Shipman, ; the _
south of > .
bigger than the courthouse at Peter- and came back with some sandwitches : Teeny Randall of the University of' SUM Ion the west.It'"",.....Ztt

ville\ Guess you never was there, I and some oranges and Pa handedan Georgia. Tha 1h"h __
there but oncet but when orange to Ma and said here eat ---
1 was you fruit that growed under WATCH NIGHT PARTY I BRIDGE P TY' MO- !, c this I '
how
get to travclin round you will see golden e fall into. ', ns 6 set t9 -
the golden sun of Floridy, then Pa NINO a coal-" Edward F''
when '
big I mean it is. Well we got eed. ml a Burns, { "'
h "Hoove
Miss Florence Andrews pleasantly made 'a 1 J.
up f f
out Hide Pa said to Ma, he said 1 takea showed Ma a great big orange, that I / uiatl Hoover, C. A.
said the said grapefruitand entertained a number of the younger Mrs. G. M 81\ pond, Samp I t ,;Stump, E. L Futcq F
a big breath now ma, for you are in he man was a > trunk 0I ItU i 71 .Bil\'gs, A. s.
roijng
last of the old lakes { fqw .
net the evening son
,|
Floridy and taste that good air them Pa cut it up and gave us all a on Mrs. C, A. Futjb\entert ear t velcodted" .sternblri, F. L. Turner, I l.
books have been tellin you bout. Ma piece and Ma( when she took a bile year and the party enjoyed watching! I tion bridge Monda ev ake If a canal f (, as Powefi ,1. W. Andrews, Jr !n

said she bet she could smell the orange said, it didn't taste I like grapes to her 1923 disappear and 1921 take its attractive home ''CIII Ea either Santfollowinjftrii/ n, WpVwish Peek.// Peek, O. L. Hoyne

j blossoms if there warnt so much and Pa sect of course not, Wimrnenclidiit place. After the' bridge r t0 bapp eee ;W. Alvarez, (j. !\f. Inman, L. %Ose
Red roses and poinsettias were us- it would 7. C ynla'
smoke. Well Pa left me and Ma and have no sence that she ought had a merry- time the dn r i Robinson, Misses Mabel d
little John on a corner while he went to know that things in Floridy warnt ed to decorate the rooms. Playing year out and the :new for Starker: .t> a. "Jeanette Durdln, Aileln W"lIe
I to find a place for us to stay. Ma like they wuz at home. Next day games and dancing to the strains of Five table were laid aa' drainage d. P ''rfy fes4s J. W. Killian. Alvarez, M!

I was about half scared 'so she made Pa was gone a long time and Ma was victrola music was indulged in until the game resulted In 1 b being ed of the' t, 1' 1} abet, -
I gittin\ nervus cause he made us all I refreshments were served. Mrs. J. made by Mrs.. T, |farm and It tart )rna Men SURPRISE
me stay clout/ by her an I didn't get to 't ''a f PARTY FOR,
I W. Andrews, Jr., served sandwiches, water. Aldermab;
In the and she said she Jacksonville who wai .
room [
do much but watch the people go: by. stay pr J lao, e.n MIDDLETONhome
After while Pa came back and said just knew that Pa had got lost or run hot chocolate with whipped cream, a guest towel; E. M.:Davis iVi..bel;"' ",...,

he had found a place where we could over or something turribul had hap- fruit cake. high and was given at a pri er tint, +'MO/PO well' Monday evening cumber

S stay and still let him have some muny pened to him. And when Pa came in The young people enjoying the eve- of cards. Mrs. C. F. Reeve o, mbaugh' Mad of 101
to look around with. Pa carried the Ma said she was so thankful that he ning were Elizabeth Kendrick, Fred- low and was handed a box of e Middleton's friends gave
E
.a delightful
I grips and Ma carried little John and was back and Pa said she ought to rika Struth, Lucile Mitchell, Mary Home made candy on each tall Qa"p sUrprise party at

I carried a bag and we started to be ashamed of herself cause she knew Canova, Virginia Weeks, of Brooker, I enjoyed by the players du ri 1, on N. Walnut, street. -

t1' i '' i"' walk. Tryin to cross the streets Ma t he was out talking with the big men Hazel Middleton, Grace Wood, Harriet game. Wa'ty'( uthe r The evening was passed with

1 fd j t I got excited and nervus an about allI of the city. The nafter Pa told Ma Ritch, Rosa Leviton, Elise Jones, The invited guests were Dr end C, la } Te ot ry conversation and music, a feat

.il I could here Pa say to her was keep what he had heard and they talked Lucile Johns, Lucy Maultsby, of Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Mr. I): Week pesday which Was Bob Shipman's vi
Brownlee Jr. Car- n r music.
Campville, Hugh Just
cool keep cool. I still had my wools and talked and read more books and Young, Mr. and Mrs. and19II. afters, b aft their as the old year was
and Hamilton Ritch J. G. Alva ? sing
lyle out the
) on an I couldnt keep cool an Ma did leters and finally Ma told Pa we had Mr. and Mrs. G. M. 45) hoaplte ,. ill, street happy party enjoyed! 4 t
tea
i
of Jacksonville Comer ,
r I 4 not look like she was very cool either ( better /go: to that place called Starks rez, Long, Mrs. A. S. Crevys, Mr. and Mr!e. ,' 'be tnwnlee sandwiches and pickles f
o' James William Brownlee Owen Griffin Those
' : Ma almost got .run over creasing cause it warnt very far away and Pa Hoover, Mr. and Mrs. L. F Smith; resided p xtir attending were Misses M r
r
Matthews Don Hoover bliss ICaret
,} one street an when we come to the said he had been thinking that all the Eugene Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Peek, Mr. 'II i nd lira eJs) u Long, Audrey Johns, Clara e
S. T. Dell of Gainesville.K. Shepard
next corner we stopped and Pa toldMa time cause he heard a feller say that E. M. Davis, Joe Sistrunk, M r e ih. 1b tr ds a soClar tin Vivirette Floyd, Ethel a

to not get excited but keep cool they had the best land in the state K. KLUB ENTERTAINED AT car W. Alvarez and Mrs. D. T. cl' halt 4i' o rsl4by all, Kicklitel', Mrs J. E. Corpening( Messrs"' troi

.i, like him. Pa didn't act natral andkept down there and it could he bought of Jacksonville.MRS. 'tad,, uN hostesaea{ Charles Earl Roberts, of La' ased
1 lookin around to see if enybodvwas cheap and it would raise about everything CLUB HOUSE lm I tltibwell, Griffis Tatum, of DeLand, 0 j)
q
i I looking at him I guess Purty : and that he liked the letter he DAVIS GIVES ROOK I'.1R'I rvd x I tttrllt 'contat'na C. Bob Shipman, ot Earlto nee

1 soon Pa saw a chance to get across got from a feller down there and that The K. K. Klub entertained at auction nr Fuca a Walt and Powell Carpenter. w.!|

.. t and he he started, to run an yelled at he heard that Floridy was about all bridge Thursday evening at the Mr. and Mrs. L. A. l>a\i- ,,nt. 'Iehn, o i, o f- NOTICE OF 1

,' j'' me and Ma to come on and when we sand and that this feller said he had club house, complimentary to their tained charmingly Monday (' 'nne, ",th t 'h fruithand STOCKHOLDERS fEE fit,

}' 1.I got across Ma aked Pa where the other real dirt and that was what Pa wanted husbands and a number of friends. their home on West Madison ,ne rhel or Noticethehfockh. the tb... be,.j J
The club rooms were with tha will be y
t and Pa looked cau.se he wanted to raise somethin{ gay C colide In held In 'ha' banking
grip wan funny Vines and bowls of Paul Ni'\'r( Starke Florida, on m, mitt
1' .. cause he had left it back where we for these here city folks to eat and holiday decorations and twelve tables es were used to decorate the. r.i o. n, f r.. er theverse su 1924.", at 7:90: p. m., .10. el""t Tuedq a board.Janu of t p.",
were arranged for bridge. Mrs. F. F. others .nauln.
'' he knew that could eat tulot and Yaar and 10 t
wuz utandmir. Purty soon he got a they the first the this handsome home yin, : b.'n.? .. may com. bero..... w it
Stump won prize
AI;. chance to go back and he got the grip that he heard they was building a among The game of rook was th' f f. au yeet Ia rias; .4-2t[ R. J. DAVB:-ti.. rh
ladies 1
and with
; I and I guess he was to anxious to get hard road from Starks right to the was presented pencils of the evening, and the pr >iri!r.' .:% romorrns pd lp a_ 1'.JI Ph
and table markers and to Mrs. .. .
t, back to us for he didn't wait long city and that would give him a good ; I game resulted,- in -Dr -Bilel- u miil-inJ\ : ..or Ymcae.utiful Ill, I
E. S.
Matthews handed the la
b nough and a man in a blue coat yelled chance to seU stu fTright where they was high score and D. G. Cox mllk'r.' :6w, ] fah Pthe artistic ''t" 'ITh
dies' consolation !
small
Jo at him and Pa looked to see whathe needed it ana then they talked, some prize, a vase.J. The hostess served a temptinc ce 1D : 1.'rhntnt 1. t i 'j'.J,. ,
I
J. Truby made high the
i. wanted and Ma yelled and little more and pretty soon Pa bundled up among i course of pink and white brick i"am, m m, 1 he held Auto "C't
John begin to cry an I don't know all up and started for the train gen gentleman players and was given a,; white cake and fruit cake. 1. 'r I worf RepoirsGUARANTEED. "
flash light, and to J. C, Hoover was
'. what happened but I saw Pa get up and. nothin special happened cause Pa The invited guests w.'re1, .I-d u ,
the consolation
oft the street and the man in the bluecoat was keopin cool I (cuess. When wes handkerchief.presented prize, a Mrs E. M Johns, Mr and Mrs J !II.1 f fll'VRTY FOIt XTLARKWamwright II< ",1

' run over to us and asked him I got to the depot In Starks Ma just Refreshments of saltines Ritch, Mr. and Mrs A Z. Adkin.'. II rand ,.f the
he hurt and Pa said folks said I I.had to quit wastin paper and turkey salad Mrs O L. I ,
was ought pickles and hot chocolate were Beasley, Dr met Mrs! ,. g.4 oucS' !''ectrnPlifv ,
to look where they are goin and held !get my scrubbing and go: to bed so served. E. L. Biggs, Mr. and Mrs. S. *:. |II, '.1 i_ t party VVednes.or e. ) ?

his head high and walked off' with me I'll write you some more next time. The guests included Mr. and Mr. ing, Mr. and Mrs S. L. Peek, Mr n of her daug PUmp
i and Ma follerin. Ma told Pa he'd better Yours Respectively and Mrs. Edward Burns !Mr. and Mrs D '
R of Jacksonvill ply i bThe
C. A. Fetch, Mrs. E. R. Neff, Mr. and I Don't ruin \ I
keep cool hisself and Pa told her BLINKY. E. K. Mr. your dispo
Mrs. A. S. Crews, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Ferryman, and Mrs I 1. F. (its and a vanetnasturtiums '
Js to shet up. Purty soon Pa said here P S. This is Saturday night you knowIIi. Peek, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Andrews Smith, Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Haynes, er der have be(

Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones Mr. l a used fm d1Vt
Jr. 're
W M. Wainwright, Miss Flor- very hit
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ence Matthews, Dr. and Mrs. E. L. and Mrs! J. W. Andrews Jr, Mr. md I the the closi of ,Perlnten.Possible .
fir. ; '' LciL 11\lrs. J. L. Peek Mr. and Mrs. r/'O.; vBun s '
'Y that Mrs.
,' : HAMPTON ( NEWS I ITEMS Biggs, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Sistrunk
/ C. White, Mr. and Mrs. E. '
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Velf *
: Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump, Mr. and o first prize, + Due to tI)
Mrs. L. Wyman Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Mr! and Mrs. L. Wyman, Mr and stati 9 v4 Mrs 0 L ly the whcurrent

?1 Eates-Harvey MillS Elizabeth Wheeler, who has Haynes, Mrs. G. M. Inman, Mr. and I Mrs. J. W. Killian, of Black Mountain red l with a hand r : aWhich

Last Wednesday, Dc. 26th, Miss closed a successful term of school In Mrs. N. Sternberg, Mr. and Mrs. J. i N. C., D. G. Cox, Miss Jeanette met a= a :ot.l. ma
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I'! Beulah Minnie Harvey of Hampton, this county hal returned to her home C. Hoover Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Hoover Durden, of Tampa, Mr. and Mr_ L. prize. difficult.

F* and Mr. Oscar Raymond Este, of here. Miss Mabel Weller, J. J. Truby, : G. Powell, Miss Annie Darby. I 1 The] I* larval temptlSzon to take ofl

Waldo were united in marirage at Mr. and Mrs.. J. W. Killian, Mr. and reshn hum sal,! comes to o

the county judge's office in Starke, in Mrs. S. M. Simmons of Maxwell, Mrs. Edward Burns, Mr. and Mrs. O. MRS ADKINS GIVES DIVNER tines, 1, iffee with w that can b.

" the presence of a small circle of relatives who has been the guest of her par- L. Beasley, Miss Jeannette Durden PARTY I cream, r, tabl were] tIipurCREA cipal' light

., and friends. ents, Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Hunt returned C. A. Knight, Miss Margaret Long, of salted ', -

./ Mrs. Estes Is the daughter of W. to her home this week D. P. Carpenter, Mr. and Mrs F. L. Mrs. A. Z. Adkins gave an dinner The 6 Mesdames B.\SKE7

.,111. Harvey, Is very popular here and Turner: Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Mat party Friday evening comphmen-arv, ---

a .f her friends are numbered by her ac- D. W. Moore[ of Theresas, was a thews, Miss Jeannette Matthews, Mrs to her sister, Miss Mabel Edwards, ': ,C Big' T doub,
quaintances.! Reynolds is a successful business visitor here Monday. D.: T. Clark. and her guest, Miss Annie May Pow- Friday
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', \ farmer and Is well known and ell, who are both students at Wesleyan I town ) Jan

liked. W. P. Birt and family, of Alachua RIGDONBRYANTAmong College, Macon Ga. I : 'If Starke court

The newly married couple have county, were. visiting here Sunday. Mrs. Adkins, was assisted in lick or Melrose, I

II i many friends In both Bradford and I the weddings solemnized ing after the pleasure of her !guests hOdJo' \

t, I Alachua county, who wish them much Death. of Mrs. Huldah Thomas during the Christmas holidays was by her mother, !Mrs M. E. Edwards, Admilll'lion out' clJ,

4 happiness and success in their journey I Last Saturday evening, the sad that of Mr. Arthur Rigdon of Starke of Lawtcy \ Jnening 1

9 through life. news spread over the town of the and Miss Erie Bryant which occurred The course dinner consisted 1 of fruit Ilam

J. death of Mrs Charley Thomas, who December 22nd at the home of cocktail, fried chicken, rue, creamed -

BrannenBlantonLast I died suddenly at her home here. the bride's father, Mr. P. B. Bryant, potatoes, pickles, celery, hot bisc'iit., C.Hnrl1

Saturday Dec. 30th, Mr. Dennis The deceased had been an invalid on South Collins\ street, this cit>.. The tomato and lettuce salad nmbro.ia

( Prtlrmcn' and Miss Eddis Blanton, I about eight years. She was able with ceremony was performed by J. C. and fruit cake, coffee, mints Gorgeous ,.. is to

both of our town, were quietly niar- i the aid of a cane to move about in the Poppell, notary public and old acquaintance Paul Neyron roses were used '1t"lf! ktntlnra,.,

,led! in the presence of friends and house end was in her usual state of of the groom. The bride as a center piece for the dinner t.,ble. 'he IJlness and

'+ S relatives at the home of Dr. J. J. Bull health when she was attacked with has a large circle of friends> hero, all After diner Miss Powell pave several tarhn/C bu"y. I

,, :,y l len, of Starke who officiated. paralysis, living only an hour. of whom unite in wishing her much readings, Mrs. Adkins and :Miss N oeautitul Flow.

f : ; Miss Blanton in a beautiful and attractive Mrs.[ Huldah Thomas was a daughter happiness. The couple went to Starke Florence Matthews sang slHtons: 1. T T4 biro/ W. F. 1

girl, daughter of J.Y.. Blan- of Mr. and Mrs.[ Richard Ward, last week and will make their home and Misses Ethel Griffin and Jeanette K1NGA -

4i .\-,.' ton. She is formerly of Alabama but She was born and reared in Bradford there, the groom being associated Durden gave several instrumental ll ..OM.SPE KEYSTONP 11

;{ I' ; has been a resident of this section I county, date of her birth being July with his father in the manufactureof numbers. TR.Jreporte

,. e ;f for three years and is very popular. 11, 1847. brooms.-Plant City Courier. The dinner guests were :Misses Ma- j i'

t{, The groom is the eldest son of J. She was married in 1819 to Mr. The many friends here of the new bel Edwards Annie May Powell Mnr1Raret a It Was

r, J. Brannen. He is connected with Chas. Thomas, who preceded her to married couple wish them all happiness long, Jeanette Durden, Florence I, AL lag! of the Key1
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Contractor Ogley: of Miami and is I the grave about eight years. She was :Matthews, Ethel Griffin, :\I,, .rs. trade that throw

I noted for his industry. lIe was born a kind and loving wife and loved by W. M. Wainwright, Wilmot Brown, FRESH committee ai"), ,

and reared in Bradford county. I,, nil who knew her MRS. BURNS ENTERTAINS Ed Edwards D. P. Carpenter, Laurie and the co-operat'

They will be at home in Miami after Mrs. Thomas had been a devoted Edward and Harold Wall. missionera two !

I January 2nd. Christian for thirty-one years, unit Mr. and Mrs. Edward Burns entertained road past Key: to t

?l' --- ing with the Christian church in 1893 at rook Friday evening at P.HTYT OAK CREST We have widened seven fee

Rev. T. W. Windham, pastor will of which she was a member until their pretty home on West Madison ...r Width sixteen feet

1 j. preach at the Methodist church here four months ago when she unitedwith street. At Oak Crest cottage Hr. and! *' at our usual; sVisi Arrangements

!. : next Sunday morning and evening. the First Baptist church here. The hostess served delicious tuna Fred Beck assisted their n. A\f!\ sll"U ,

;: She will be greatly missed. fish salad, saltines, hot chocolate with and a party of his yours friends, 'a given by meeting for
i... There will be preaching at the Baptut Funeral services were conducted at whipped cream, fruit cake. Crystal. speed out the old year on Me" Yf'r' r S January the organ

J I .. V t church next Sunday morning and her home by Dr. J. J. Bullen, of bed orange peel and home-made can their ,7thsuests for
.I eve.The .
1.'ic ,.., evening. Starke, after which the remains were dy were placed on the rook tables. rooms were set' '"11)Iy ,decorated
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,.. interred: in Pfvt;: cemetery, near I The guests included Mr and Mr'. and the evening passed i too' Varie--: ''ng for the organiut

Rev. N T. King, who has been in Starke. L, A. Davis, Mr.; and Mrs. I* Wyman, swiftly with vocal and mtrumental freights the betters

attendance at the Baptist Sunday She leaves to mourn her loss, two Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Killian, of Black I music, stories, varied amusements, a free alone, the ,
to
school convention at Trenton return sisters Miss Ward and Mrs Mountain N. Mabel Weller I generally Next Door tow solicit for
\ Mary C., Miss I happy time-with( .refreshments nt.... 1 n
,, ed to hU home here !Sanday lIe report Amanda Forsyth, and a large circl I J. J. Truby,. Mr. and Mrs K. K.. t'er-. of ice cream v <\ eke titory an Keystone IJei

a pleasant trip. < ryman. .4. __..f I A feature of of th "uning's en- I fie, :f ln that vJcfnit;

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