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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 11, 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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VOLUME FORTY-FIV>+ STARKE. FLORIDA, FRIDAY JANUARY II, 1921. M I MttV.lt TWENTY-MINK.: :

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More Evidence eaa Up Two New Law Office I City Council MetI I I f' Claims Husband o.f Trieil l Contractors Are .

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H of Progress i Ill I IIIG I Opened Hen January First : 7M Here Making Bids



Thajrthe city of Starke is making. I I The second" story of the potollicIniildtnu Tho town council of the town of Tho tiiiif i iv getting short for tho

pr I.-IVSH, and will soon bo recognized)' F Y I i -, and that adjoining it on th( Starke met in rl' ulU1' session" .Ian' I imlraetors to make I their bids ;for the

at- ,urnof the moat modern cities ofi I tent, may now be termed the "la\,I with all member! prosent. nark surfacing the Bradford County .

i it.1- .1', "' in the state is being evidenced i-M-hiiiiKe"' Starke. Messrs.\ Ad, Minutes of last! meetingvt'tv, rui'l I ...'.tiOII of the Stilts Highway No. :

b: t tin' Hearing completion of the new kin.s and Crews have lone had thei' and approved i 1:1.: running tweenJacksonville1, and -

)' tilt l'of there Col. Jim Clark made II proposition! in" Tampa. This road the
muiik-ipa! light plant. Tho new plant'i I lately Perry ma crosses connIs -

1ti i not, only meaning the most modern!I I I meted his office there and now CoIJ. !. buy the down timber on the city; property I ('mm Highland on the north to a I

I and I Infer service than has ever been'turned h.I Frnzec has established himsel. In Alligator creek. ThtJ street t ( I I point ,southwest of Hamilton on tho

out before to the citizen* <>f | I m the "law exchange." committee WAS authorized to handle I toiith, passim through l.nwtey,

(h i \ but also to the people on then I ( nl. Krazee shares the suite of of the matter. I II I -':t rirke) Mini llntnpton. The bidding"

""''i'1' the surrounding communi-I IK< es mi. the north side of the hall witl I The clerk was instructed to get pri ; II t'liisiM nt noon on January ICth, and
"ce" on installing seweragein tin- I'itt' .soon after that date it will\ bennniiiineod
II. 11\ understand that ultvudy (Cul.! 1\'I'r 'l11nn. Together they have : very

''M'' .in- on foot to extend lines into t, 'I \ery large law library. Col. Frazet I hall. i who will do the work. Already

n, i ,i. try: so that the! farm homes I Imo loin! a law office In Starke until th<, I The clerk was instructed tn get in- I f then haw been n number of

: !I. ;able to ret the same electric tallye's:,() when ho went North I rmatlon! regarding the sewer Inter- I ,contractor, visiting the county engineer's _

1 :.Is. to be installed on the streets that ,. (A.i otHci in Starke bolting ovor
v ( i < e ;,n those in the city. At leasttw I -MUCK-' then his practice has led bin I .
'I i will be paved in the construction of : the plans and speflHmtlons '
under of tho'J.:1I1 i maps ,
)}c. are consideration; now IMT every path and labyrinth ( ttri
the j I.O- > ). -I HHtlim-ltles lin1 IIIIVMlltiltli'
new highway ) I preparatory to submitting their bids.I .
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and bring! figured on. /( : field and no ]problem, however Mrs iI. Ito I I' V.ili*"

Tht- city of Starke itself la going n.irnatiwill, tump" him. Now thai I The council passed an ordinance I; li i i )nI'', I her I "it I e '!'u i Illl'!11)n I It rciiKonnblo to suppose also that

1 !I... 'u.',' lighted us nit of the ttf! y I.e,, has returned to his 1\\rIOt love, | prohibiting the running at large with' iMIiut bled >-i II lur n t' a we.iitlnii n number have mailu their investigations -
TOt T[ I I in tin corporate limits of the town t'I in, i. 10 lin ..1 null' 'iin'lJESME throuuh the state' enirlnoor'i of-
.- uirke, it is hoped that abundantpractice I ,
"" n unit'of wiring that its' been]
4 of Starke of ando dogs, or
j any i lire nt Tulliih'ixHet1. Approximately
i will enable him to with
stay .
put ui> around eight miles is' used in -- --- -- --
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of the canine and for I
; animal specie, I otu dozen have been investigating
ma I;'mi tin street, lighting system ,; SiiiiiHey!' ,, nmler U. Marine \\1. I
: up : Iep methods of enforcement of this orlli'I ; 'IU'S; : ; JOHNSON DIED
l'"rpo<, bus I', 1'0 granted: 1 a ir far- |! through the loi-al office horn, so un-
(% which will
WhiteVay, grace ::0111(11 Iy l'rl" Coolidge up
i "iU -licet' turning it into a literal ., pf Mayor Kendrick I'hilu- AT TilE ICE FACTORYThe 'I The council also passed an oriti- ; bidder. and (how in authority will
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bliii,,'- of situ" will soon lie an accomplished drlpb*.rtoaril t ns Ulroctorf labile nance entitled. An ordinance to nmoiul Lake RutliT. Jan II.--IJIHI Wednesday i have thn opportunity of nmkinnt a

fi, 't!t. The cables, shades and l5a '4 clean the tow it 'v\cf 75-hp. Diesel internal combus- ordinance No. 105! of the town of the Community was saddened good selection' of responsible* partiesto
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mi'-t t nf ''iniMi.ts;' ore already on the sad attar t ,in engine him arrived and has been the of tho '' of its' oldext citizens
a l Starke, relative to proof bv the death of ant do I the work. A number of the e ta-

ground and ,it I sec in-i safe to estimate : ; i placed on a solid concrete foundation. alcoholic content and intoxicating nature Jesse Green Johnson, Sr., HO.Mr. I trin-tora who have maclo their Investigations

that within, thirty dllth", current :iE\Tii-f: MRS. n N':S..EOI I, An annex to the factory, which willI of Intoxicating!' liquors\ and bev- Johnson\ was a native of Georgia through Hit' office hl're in

'4 will be turned on. Thc \foundation j' J ------ i I house the engine, is now under build lI' I erages. and came to Florida many years ago, I Stnrke have advised that they wore

for the 'cued 1 unit or engine is already After l''"ig scige" of suff .ng7 or I of the machinerywill
si balance
ing. The I The reports!' of the hoard of bond i m-iking this county his home. Ho was just finishing up" work on other roads

I C /and the erection of the second the mormir of December 1923: then be erected And connectedwith trustees of the town of Starke, und j I i II old Confederate veteran of the sixties I wail would l IIP in position to get on the

: engine will soon, take place This the death miirel entered the me' of I' the ammonia pump. tax collector were received and ordered wait!' a member of the !I" & A. M., job in this county prai'ticnlly nt once,

; means that the heretofore "dream" one of tk' oldest residents Union The Corliss engine that has! been filed. !! and the Methodist: church | providing of course' that they were

of day current will materialize. Justas county, "d carried Mrs. 1 abet) !I, used! for years is still in good condition Mr. Johnson had been nick for six I successful In having the contracts

soon as this little work is completed M<'I.ood./ >f Dukes, to that ii inslon) and will remain for emergency/ SII.VKU I TEA i J months. confined to his bed n part of awarded, to them. This l la a thing of
ed all lights in the city will be connected pii' i paredtor her. She was sieight I
I service It was discarded only beCAuse the time but lately had gotten some !lug importance to the ritixuns of tho
to meters and, the new rateS : ol' I
up ( yi.in of the difficulty getting- wood The Woman's Missionary Societyof better nod was able to be up and county, as every oneIn anxious for

will /K into effect. .l\ 'ut'orty years ago she ide a for the making of steam.Photograph the Methodist church will enter- around town. Ills death came suddenly !- the completion i of the work which will
I of faith in her Say ..tandvth
The Worthington Electric Axi- pl"f ISII'
new give us Ideal t'onncctlons with nllt"m.tions ('\'
Wednesday.
next Thursdayevening
silver ten on
tain at
a
flo is already installed, and has! I l UT It the Primitive Ba et alL
0 (pump of the tulc'. Ilrndford
17th at the home Of esteemed COlint -
I firings church toms Jan. Mr. Johnson wan a highly
been thoroughly tested out. Tho re- It near h.
I Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis. A very citizen honored and respected by t ty Is about to start at boom that is
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ale has
\/0' since lived jhor
show that under a >;
the
sullt of tests up Dark
in folnto put it on the an It has
map
met music and
interesting program of all who knew him nnd will be greatly
,ore of 45 pounds the new pump |fed duty always ready help \
pre- Ie. never boon III'tnt.Vhl'l1 hi' oiltnldo
readings will bo renderedAll members missed. He leaveR besides a tillite! <
ring, distressed ,,
will deliver. water 'from the well at I and c sI" -
of the
people' stub binrin to renllYci
and friends! of tho church are circle of friends to mourn his loss,,
rtrue and
the, rate of 500; allonpl'r minute.Thi loyal to he ,
I ; children and cordially invited tn be present and two daughter .nd fIve mum, Mr. F.. (the xptentlid! opportunilii'M awn iting
' I-< new pump wil Ibe connected! with ) friends. f'rd them in thin futility, it will be well
tt LiuirnHornsby
IMrx.
Jacksonville
the tank so that it will pump direct I 'i survived by her hI i nd,, I join in the festivities- \ Groover, of Jacksonville, Win. Johnson I for the man who in on tin. ground.
of ,
fi-.nn' tank, to well. To supply an ex- r dren and several grit ,ihll- V floor. It can In1 safely, 'uiid that during -
G. Johnson Jr., l.nkn
d \ l of her children ; FOR SHERIFFThe and Jesse ,
I CANDIDATE
t trn fiiree of water in time of lire, anv'xtm ar"narr C NEW the punt sixty days) than havebeen
Johnson nnd Cleveland
Flutter Ben
he ,
had
the
has been purchased. pleasure < : see-
lire J pump ( more ehu'gty' ill "real' estate than
Joe Johnson
Thi-, lire pump and all connections i I knowing them befog> ,, her I first political announcement to I Johnson, of Jacksonville1, tiny former period, ( of six montnu.

'ir mi, the ground and will be installed I I they wero all present, appear the Telegraph for the 1921 of Raiford. Keep an eye on Flradi'ii'-d county

within the next few days. Both ." ng away leaves a vii, ..LnCYi campaign in that ofV.. M. Edwards, Funeral services were held nt tho Work

of the pumping outfits are run by i u Daily that cannot be tilled,, wsa for sheriff. "Mitch" I Edwards is well residence by Urv. F. M. Cramer, pns- Uriilifo
<
t electricity and this will greatly simplify : I ,d I s us closer and closer toy 3 known as a man of intelligence and tor of the Methodist church' at this I Thi 1 pile driving machine if !liturnl-

f arrangements as either or both t9 It, home where there is exceptional energy, who has made place, rind the body laid to rest In ly biiiiKing away with as much ipM-l
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, p pumps will be able to be started sit- I"? r' eath or parting It seems his WAY In the world against many Swift Creek cemetery an possible' driving the piling. for the.

ply by throwing a switch. llt vt er fully realized that pilth s a odds. His announcement appears in The many friends of the family f l bridge< across Alligator creek, Just\

who II' is ; she was and how de- another column. Those who know tend, their heartfelt sympathy for "X'I Mouth of Starkv. Wo understand, that
The and inspectors
engineers 'n at husband and children him best wit Inot doubt that he means! bereaved ones. the machine which hall bc.m *t ucrlcon

have been on the job here have all ue1 ft 11 advice until she had left to redeem his promises I I ( the lateral rand, west! out cf Law
very highly commended the city su- will have the work 'omplut-
T, he influi nce of a noble tey, soon
.perlntemlent on the way it has Lcer Is Mr. and Mrs Hob Rivers entertained ed on that section and, will move cmtotliu .}
and feel that her
,
cs
we
rl' le INTERESTING:' Tim Intermediate Sunday" school
AN
possible to install the new equipment I the State Highway north of Lawtcy.
Due to the fact that during; practical ,nft 'r ll ever stimulate us to class of girls and boys at their home, Which simply means that agency
))11' ea a monument fitting to \ I.a\/own. of ItOIll b now W. Klckliter and Interesting every
ly the whole installation the old dir ct / .nreiizo Rev and Mrs L. Tuesday evening. Many Is being used. to. Hpoud up the work!
to nJ"al III N"York with new [photographic Thomas have and, afterward iloliclout -
Maria ,
current was In use, a th granddaughter, !gomes wero played
system g wblcn lie the main well that
I for her passing; IIMI-* )Ii.> I li'iH nn'v'uMl with on highway' as a''
which made the work more or 1 is poorer Cilia |iiiot. <>itmpli In die dark and returned home from a pleasant visit refreshments were served Thefollowing on the lateral roaiU. Tho lumber find

difficult. Starke is now in a posits n ,15 yr'I 0 some of us her passing tvlrlxilll\ |1"'II1I' lighting; taclII U"M.I with George Thomas and family, of were present piling to be used! on the north end of

to take off her hat to no one when It e tn-n parable!! loss! but we are ,Iii I t I-IM Hindi official I iJiotogrnphn( for !Stuart.: While on the East Coast Misses Jessie Leo Dowling, !Evelyn: !
the state road has already been
th ii fitage of her untarm-h-, tit rn.Milt.v std" n'lc-l'iillitt' u!>iuu 'h i 1 places of interest Proctor Amelia Harper
visited Ruby ,
comes to offering/ her citizens the bt t they many Smith
and has been ordered out and /
,,I nl"" d her noble, helpful life. them Palm Beach They also Richard, Maude' Blair Genevieve !
that can be had In the way of mui among Mary onto the ground for( the bridge, work
cipal light and water. 'Y 0 strive to follow her ex- NEW RIVER saw the lock on the big canal that has Rivers, Messrs.! Charlie Smith, !

""f I ing with Christ tha' her been finished! from Lake Okeechobeo harry Shallar, Clyde; Crews: Charles there.

;;t f i.y: (ume our lives, and others: New River Jan. 11. Donald Ad- to St. Lucle river, und some of the Rivers, Cloy Dollins, James Walker Itrookrr Road
BALL GAME TODAY ,
BASKET
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II in the h. There been little hold
"t it us.A kins, of New Smyrna, attended the large vegetable farms along/ ca- and i. u. I'rocior.The ban a up on
DAUGHTER. nal. Mr. Kickliter/ also attended the the Drooker road!, due to the proportion -
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Big double-header basket ball gam funeral of his brother, Pascal], Man-!
meeting of tho State Teachers' Association j following party motored over of I making change: of locationIn
Friday January 11, at 3 m. on BRADFORD
p. uptown Sometime "!
day.Cleve Beach that neighborhood.
I nt Palm and alloa
Porter motored to Starke on from Sanford, arriving Sunday
court. Girls of Melrose vs girl: I
of citizens from that
of I Starke, preliminary game. Boys I 11'-r Jan. 11.-Miss II: Saturday. spent n few days with relatives:: Mr. delegation
WEEK foe I'HAYEIt. Tom Moore and daughter section' of the county met with the
Starka Mm. ,
J. E. Adkins motored to 01 / I and
of Melrose of Starke. the of friends
vs boys Everybody Ilir' tt' guest ,
who the of bond) trustees in Sturke in regard tit >
Alachua] last week. Wednesday.C. :Miss Delyne, are guests ,
out, cheer for the home teams ? n :
O. Wiggins Is suffering from Injuries ., Lost week Woman's Missionary' Dr. J. E. ]Mines and family, Mr. and and while cine trip nun been mallJlout
Admission 15! and 23c.: This Is the t Ind Mrs. C. M. Andreu .1 '
ere'isitlnll in '" to his head, caused by a blow''J Union held a week of prayer, in accordance -[ Mrs. Ellsworth C. Harper and dnuirht that way investigating the lit
'opening over
game r
last week. struck by Leroy !MlcWngs! a negro," with the plan that all South Miss Lola, who are guests of uatlon, we understand, that today the
ee' n
of Wednesday afternoon at Wiggins', ern Baptist unions observe a week of i i Mr. and !Mrs J. H. Harper. I trustees are looking over he locations
P Brooker
CARD OF THANKS I' .l'; h. >ter Thursday., pi residence here. prayer for foreign mission. The prayer I I again with the Idea of making a (moat I

', E. I Cooke of Mr. I 11, Hogan Smith, C. A. Johns, Claude meetings!' were held every after. I J. S. Howard Sr., of Dukes, la visiting decision!' ns to the belt locations.
son
rh. i as to thank our friends for 1 .,' A. ooke, was on the sick< 4 4I i and Lem Brown, of Sampson, motor noun except Wednesday, and then It his daughter !Irll. H. S. Long I The. Improved road i Is going to open

'IWI l-uuliiPHses I and services during ed here Tuesday afternoon. was held in the evening. I and family. up this section to a large share of the

the If ,inr-i and after the death of our I eLI I). W. Kelly and O. M. Andrews Mrs A M. Darby led the meeting ; tourist/ travel which is now going
A Iron vistor
1arlllll baby Ernest Jr. also for -I I was a to Mrs. J. J. down the state over other routes The I
the "ne lay last week. i motored to Starke Wednesday. Monday afternoon; EIrs.\ J. W. Miller and little daughter I
DUI-j
oeauriful flowers. j f', ell Hague was! In Lake I David' Parnell and Bill Bryant were len Tuesday afternoon; Dr. Buli| of Zcphyrhllls, are the guests of new route will be many miles short I

\MrsV.. I''. Tompkins and Family. ;Visitors to Lake Butler Saturday. Wednesday evening; Mrs. .\. F.:. Mrs. Miller's parents, Mr and Mrs. pr to the Went fount than any, of
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c and Mrs. F. A. I those over which the tourists travel
afternoon
It\ Mrs. J. E. Adkins and daughter. Thursday
II business vie, W. II. Oaborne.
s;;. es was a
visitors tolake Scott Friday afternoon. I at present It is none too early foe
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS: BOARD'OF hirer Percy Kelly were
the ton Saturday.
'I to the of Starke to begin to look
v The free will offering amounted i city
Geneva Friday.
TRADE MEETSIt I. : dia Harrell was viai John B. Crews attended the Christian
f Tommie Hewitt, of Lake Butler, $ tfl.OO which will be given q, the rot'l Into the proposition of establishinga
relatives in Alachua Geneva and
:1'' church convention at
'r Miss \ modern and up-to-date toOTlst
to our community Tuesday tic Moon\ memorial! fund. campsite
the
was reported at second meeting motored
fine meeting.
reported a
V missionary in China for forty one that will otter tourists convenience -
of the Keystone Heights board of dreu visited the afternoon. was a I
:St. cot -
I K Millard Johns made a trip to( Lake years, and the memorial fund is !wntto *! that will attract them this ,
trade that through the efforts! of the '
-I I ,1<>nI.'I'I Butler Saturday and had dental work help carry on tho work In China.QUIETLY A large crowd fit Lake Butler people way and that will give them a lanr-
committee appointed for that
purpose 1 attended the convention at Bowline able Impression of our community
and the co-operation of county com f(1..88 ELECT OFFICER done. schoolhouse: last Sunday.Our .

missioners, two thousand feet of the I i I Death of Pascal Adkins WED .
will "'\ Bible class held its I The death angel visited the home THOMAS NOT A CANDIDATEWhile :
road past Keystone Heights be I e La"'s rulbesioete
Adkins Monday David D nnis Brannen and Ora \ : teachers have returned from
E.
widened feet, making the total meeting at the Baphh of Mr. and :Mrs. J.
width sixteen seven feet.Arrangements I I. Friday afternoon Jan' ." morning and called their darling son, Eddies Blanton, both of Hampton, their Christmas vacation, and opened I my intention was, until late

pascal, 2 old, away. Ha wasp were quietly married on Saturday afternoon school with a large'attendance' Mon- ly, to enter the field as a candidnto
order of biwinrp.ts years
feneral <
were made at the \f the etc. the clh ,. twelfth child of Mr. and Mn. Ad- at the Baptist parsonage day. There is much Interest manifested :, for superintendent of public Instruct- a
of Committees ,
s8jnB meeting for a banquet to be arnual election of ofticerehrear tuns, being the fifth death in the family Rev. J. J. lichen, pastor of the Baptist in our school and shows that tlon of Bradford county, business

given by the organization at the hotel ,. its which resulted as follow. The little one was laid to rest church, performed the ceremony we have a valuable corps o( teacher I I connections that I have Just entered!

January 17th, for the member and lives The this term. into compel me to relinquish such
I I ldenc; Mrs. Geo. C., White. iajthe family lot at Sapp cemetery that wade these two one. ,, ,
their guests p of Starke, of the groom were present candidacy, and ray friends are hereby -
I Mrs. L. H. Ea- Monday, Rev. Daughrrty, parents
president
As the organization is > -r'-c- i I .a performing the ceremony Mrs. A. Z. and wished the happy couple God's S. M. Driggers has purchased the I I notified to that effect. At the samu

Ing for the betterment of Keystone 'I Tn" Mrs. J. T. Quigley latins, of Starke, beautifully sang, blesnings] as they started for Miami merchandise of Henry Rosenberg at :: time I extend my sincere thank t4

Heights alone, the membership feels -'retan'usurer Mrs. O. Jones. VUloep in Jesus." The bereaved fam- where they will make their home. The the stora known as the Cut Price i I those who were In favor of my candi-

free to solicit for new members not I[ ? [n. A. E W I't"to" the sympathy of the common- hit wishes of all their friends go Store, nrf* ..'" run IIn trntoa( dry "dary and prom' .' m" 's '- Tport: .

m at Keystone Heights but all trWi S" with them. I goods business>> there. i A. J. THUJAS.
teacher, Mrs. F. A. Set c,.,.,.... _. I -
in that vicinity.
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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH<< STARKE. FLORIDA
FRIDAY, JANUARY II. 1921.
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state near Dumont killed' Mrs. W. T. Wallace
camp was daughter,

Sunday night by the captain of the Mrs. R. M. Hersey returned to hei: ; $$100 00 PEACE jf AN' PRIZE AWARDED1t
Newt Florida in Short Paragraphs :
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guard. Ilurd was serving a long I sentence home here Wednesday, after visiting i

alelleMewYa.A1.wM.Y.etlMtltl.Y..YIYr.rYrY.-.-.-- for manslaughter and had giv- relatives in Jacksonville.

en the guards constant trouble. Sat- It. C. Ileiberger and daughters, Jul
0- State NewTold urday morning Hard cursed the cap- ia and Margaret, Miss! Jessie Gordon ..1: I Advocat Entering World I It t and Cooperation With League

.. _. .. tain in a most prolific and profane and E. S. Siblcy motored to the, I Withol Full Members 'p .* resent-Suggests League Mem-
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way in the presence of the captaln'iwife. : State Farm Friday.

by Our Exchanges. He wound up big tirade by telling Canna and Mitchell Durden, oi r1: t ijrship Be Oper id t h( I Nations and Provides for

the officer that he was going to Swainaboro, Ga., visited friends be Development
., .,,\ nL.-Dmm rot I ) t(oi International Law.
= get his gun away :from him and beat a :few days the past week.

H. M. of fatally stated he his him to death. There two men Mrs. Eloise left ,
Kirby, Mulberry, was -f I f, ing was returning to establishment were Moore Wednesda

4 injured Monday night when his when the negro ap- in the "sweat box" so Hurd could not evening for her home in Valdosta, after Th American Peac-. ,\ and brought forth ?2,165 plans

Ford car was struck by a Dodge, al I: proached him with robbery intent. It I j I be put in solitary confinement until spending the holidays here with I and mail thousands[! of ht'e Since many of the plans were

few miles out :from Mulberry on the' was then that he drew his gun and ,, the two other men were released. her mother, Mrs J. E. Owsley. I the coirAhite work of orjan| ationa, universities, etc., a single''

hard-surfnced road leading to Plant'1 fired six shots, one of which took effect -I Captain Hammond then ordered the Mrs. Walter Lindiey and Miss Lee t plan ofji rein-i' "entcd the v bws of hundreds or thousands of

City ;i in the black's chest. A 32 calibre convict to get into the sweat box and I Ilagan were shopping in Hampton on, I individiala. Tlie content of I hue plans is therefore an index

I gun belonging to tha negro was found ,I the convict refused. The negro started I Friday. I I of the tie feeling and judg( ent of hundreds of thousands of

Ernest Green, 25, was accidentally I i 1', near the body. to run and Hammond ordered him Canna Durden, Misses Sarah and Americ! citizens. I

I to stop and shot at him, not to hit. Nealle Youngblood motored over tn, These,4as from every .
killed at Callahan by the di8chi\nr I come cmgp The only| possible pathway to inter.In

of an automatic pistol he wall attempting j i II.: B. Flob'.on, negro and his 11- The negro ran away rapidly and he Keystone Heights Thursday after-, Amerl A Ma Soma are obv,?,II.b, ) national agreement with reference t*
was shot and killed.! noon. i from llfelj stuiN'n s of history aid these complicated and difficult fac-
to take The bullet
apart. year old son, narrowly escaped death .,
internatl 4.1 l law N"ne are fr '] pr. tors tg through mutual counsel and
struck him in the chest and passed from asphyxiation when I
; they were ions who LYe a".>lI..1 little ba who cooperation which the plan selected
through his heart, I discovered in a garage in an uncon- The headless body found late Sat- A TOINIG have tit, ,elves, '!'i .,lid ,1o'; the contemplates. It Is therefore the

scious condition in Jacksonville. The urday in McGirt's creek, twelve miles I Grove's Tasteless chill: Tonic iu> or- I horror o: ar-or \1'10' are ovi>n Q unanimous opinion ot the ,Jury that

There will be no more legal execu- cocks on tho gas stove were turnedon southwest of: Jacksonville, was positively I living ov ;18 traupdyix of the 12,145 plans submitted, Plaa
Energy and Vitality by Purifying on.' :
tions in Florida until the electric' and the room was filled with gas identified as that of a negro : But an |i then all am' ihuii.in. ,u Number 1469 Is "the best practicable
Enriching the Blood. When feel
chair at Raiford ready for use, nc- fumes, when they were found. Aid and not a white man as first believedby you ,if { Inant etc:: ;, tam, n >> ..r ij ., abe- plan by which the United States may
cording to the opinion of the city and county authorities. Po- strengthening Invigorating effect sec haw espy tofaceal ycvelrcd: Iht'O.' tiiii- co-operatfl with other nations to
attorney was summoned and they were rushedto
| it brings color to the cheeks and Law. I a t on tin, ;'::0. tof t the n ''!'ojr.sij achieve and preserve the peace of the-
general. Tho chair now under con- a hospital where they were re- lice said it was the body of Edgar "
It improves the appetite, you' rill 1<1 then I... tholr Jtltuilu 'i \\ .irl Ill; t thi world.
struction will not be ready before ported out of danger. Phillips, a negro who served a six appreciate Its true tonic value. I some pnf mlve uvrucnii'iit, tli' ".,*n't' 'I. the unanimous hope of the Jury

April. j: months term at the stockade when Crr.'o's Tasteless chill Tonic Is .ilmplv i nfacture !+A ;piirr'-ouc of the raunl- that the first fruit of the mutual coun-

I At their regular monthly meetingthe convicted of breaking and entering. Iron. iml Quinine suspended In syrup. Si, tlons of 4" must be liiuitml or top. set' and cooperation among the nations

An Inquest will bo held Wednesday ,: Alachua county commissioners' Identification was established by fin pleasant even children like it. The hl..,<' I ped; for while no political median- which will' result from the adoption of

afternoon over Charles Ford in Miami adopted resolutions charging the tax ger prints. Further identification was needs QUININE to Purify it and I IN'to( I Ism alor. will insure cooperation the plan' selected will be a general'

a painter Blabbed to death at collector's office with incompetency, also made by the negro's relative, Enrich it Destroys Malarial! germs HI.' : among i nations there must b. prohibition of the manufacture and
.ale' all materials of
Midnight Sunday by Joe Hooper, a and asked that state officials take the who described the clothing he was G.-lp "germs by its Strengthening hlrt: !'C;:'/ 1; some mi a ilnery of cooperation It the war.
will to Is to be made effec ELJHU ROOT. Chairman
c'< peratu
dish washes;, who resented, it is allot- necessary steps to secure and obtain wearing when he'left home December :3d"I II! EffVxi ? I tire; thi mutual counsel among the JAMES OfTHRIB HARBORDnatlone

ed, being ordered to put out a light'In '| proper collection of all state and 18, promising to return Christmas: the real hope for bringing EDWARD M. HOUSE

the kitchen. The men roomed to- county taxes and occupational taxes, eve. They were the same torn from I about ti disavowal of war by the ELLEN FITZ PENDLETON:

gether. I alleging that it appears no effort has the body Saturday night when it was EtiauetteKradfts open ar: 'al of It* real I causes and ROSCOE POUND

been made by the proper constituted removed from the creek. The head I Iat&Wbenl I open dli salon of them; and finally WILLIAM ALLEN WHITE

Philip P. Lord, a farmer of Dins- : authorities to enforce collection or was cut ofat" the shoulders and no that tie: must be some means of BRAND WHITLOCK

more, was shot and fatally wounded payment of such unpaid taxes. trace of it could'be found, although a \ deflator erorillnR, Interpreting and -
'tJ' develop!' the law of nations. The Question to Be Voted Upon
at Verdie, Nassau county, by James j I search was made of the vicinity in
The substantial which
Cross, a deputy sheriff" of Nassau' Rollan Holloman of Live Oak, whileen which the body was found. The body State eat of Jury of Award provisions

county. Lord was shot four times, route to the gulf with two com- wall fastened down with two piecesof itstring t..sO"O.pli... "mpftnts The Jlry of Award realizes 1 tb.t constitute the plan selected by the

two of the bullets lodging* in his abdomen panions on a hunting and fishing trip railroad iron, one of which was ivrttt cf Mist rtitjutllt A. Ltda vr ,hta't cur of iiftjirimav / thisnfwjpaftr thereIs no one approach to world Jury of Award, and upon which the

and two in the legs I was fatally wounded by the accidental fastened by wire to the wrists, waist stamped, tnclottng..,'.101"*.a rely/ adiirtftgtfond peace >|II 1 that It Is necessary to teevote of the American peeple is asked,

I discharge of a high powered rifle and right ankle. The other iron was eintss At merely pelltlcil but also are \hereby submitted by the Policy
I
Transformed :from a pulp mill into' He had started to place the gun back fastened by wires to the left leg. Uses ,\. I.LJJA : psycho!, teal and economic factors. Committee follows:

a combination pulp and paper mill, | of him in the truck when in some Will ton kindly tell me the kind

the big plant of the Grass Fibre Pulp'! manner it caught and the charge was of. a unto that should be wrlttpii incase I. ENTER THE PERMANENT COURT
of linmr and theatre
u pnrt
' A Paper Corporation, at Leesburg, fired into his back, ranging upwardand HELP FOR OLD FOLKSOld having' to he 1\0"1""nl'.11 I** It lift' I hat the United States adhere to the Permanent Court of Internatlonil -

i I starts dthe morning after Christmas severing the Jugular vein. His ttr form to span| u messenger\ with 1 Justice for the reasons and: under the conditions stated by Secretary
I
I and will run continuously, producing companions carried him to a physi the gulp or post It? i ia I I Hughes and President Hirdlnr In February, 1S23.

\ various trades of paper. i cian's office but his death must have Age Should Re Happy Not I .\ Hr...DF.R. II. COOPERATE WITH THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS, WITHOUT
been almost instantaneous Time of Sickness:::> and Suffering: When ruiiilliloim nrl.i> which prc-
! FULL
tJEMSEKSHIP AT PRESENT
vent' the ,clxliis of a dinner n note
I II The Gandy bridge, which is to mak e. Hliolllcl iiiinieillnlel.x, lo h'"I'"I'h.1| hat without becoming a member of the League of Nation as at

I, an easy and smooth passage between A band of thirty masked men about either. h> inc.sMiiiucr or Hpeclnl. ..I .iU- present constituted tie) Veiled States Oevenmeat should\ extend Its
and 10:30 descended Too many people begin to suffer al t I llvt-rj. eltlii'imiKollnit or ''. ,,u- cooperatlat wit Learns and in the
Bt. Petersburg Tampa, across alarm i i : Friday night upon middle with constant backache po ; preseat ) the propose participation

of old Tampa, bay, is now going t the Green Lantern, a road house six urinary age ills and rheumatic pains and I big written! Hie I'i iitTnlr: the, thin The) note' may le work of Hs Assembly aM', Counctl under the following conditions and
person '
forward rapidly and the promoter,s miles from Tampa, burned the ,true- aches. Weak kidneys are usually th.I thing tn thin elTeot : reservations: \ t
t'ture' cause and, if neglected, there is danger, "Ollll'I I 8afs0larding\ eW M.nr.e Doctrine I fL
are promising its opening for the firs to the ground and took the pro- Mr. mill ;\II'". Koliert :
of
hardened arteries 1
.f May. prietor and his associate into the, of Bright's disease. help dropsy gravel weakened :Tel e.cceilliiKl.that/ due to The United States alcepu tie League of Nations as aa inetnimeat

woods and flogged them severely with kidneys with a stimulant! your diuretic Ihelr. home, they mint,. pn"t|><>nt.' their of mutual counsel ut It rfl| assume no obligation te laterfere ,
ll.itiei .
During the coming; week the Burn! traps. The structure, valued aee(I>uiI >civinlier with political q..tt".t. policy or internal administration of My I

Construction Company expects to begin about $35,000, was burned to the Use Dean's Pills. Thousands of old I tr inent.t-tlilril.. on whit.ll(' t Mnyhnjie foreign state. \ J i
folks recommend Dean's. I In uniting its ef witi those of other States for the
ris :
to IIIUP. file plniiMiirp "t .Mr.; pr.serratios
work on the long causeway which ground, the fire being started in sev-
Here is :Starke
proof: of and rcinotioa the
find Vr. ,7niiii"i f'nlllor'x peace t s of the common "'welfare
John has to bull I eral the second floor of thee L. H. C'111)'
Rlngling planned places on Eastman retired tra.eling lit Im 11' after ""'\1'11 o'eliN'k. United States InstoJ l on :ke safeguarding of the Monroe Doc-
from the mainland in Sarasota td house. Valuable furnishings were also man, Main St., bays : "I had trouble, trine and dose not| oijltf traditional attitude coaceralng i

chain of keys which he has been accumulating '- destroyed.The with try kidneys. There win soreness Anollier, 1-i.nlcr. uks| tilt kind of American indepeade lot t ti 4' Old World and does not conaent to
back
:for the past few years. lame across I stiuVird my with and severe I feat pllin.pretty in I I I a unto flint should ho spat In the submit its lone est 'bed policy oonceralac questions regarded
rna "I'II .top' ) gap: |' in a illnner |,"rlr. by It ae purelyether Am Via :-oithe recommendation declelen of
model national home of the my head too. loun' I'll's: he ped] TliU whichIIIIH or
iiieaim stopping 11 '
Gainesville to Lake City and Live, Americas-this is the plan of the me fi-Lin the" start. One box of I D sn'i I 11'1'11 i.niHeil,. I )' u micst'H cup Hint Powers. I

Oak, via large, comfortable new bus United Brotherhood of Carpenters cured me. den, liinl'ilitto, I l.e.>p u dinner" <>n- N. Ml\ ry olf' Economic Force
Price OOc. at all dealer Dontsimply
see, is now possible. A local company and Joiners of America, which has ask for a kidney remedy' -get (.l-'I'IIICIIt.. S. That the only kind o impulsion which nations can freely eagace i ito
It In quite |11"I'III'IIlp' | to tall
organized recently began opera selected Lakeland as the site for Its Doan Pills: -the same that Mr. frteiul lo till itp'na apply to each otbln the name of Peace Is that which arises ,
u 1I.'lIrI'ililtlit
Eastman h'.J., P tor-Milt.urn Co., ta.aury from conference, fro nerd judgment from full publicity. and I
lion over the new route new year'sday 11 I plant. This decision was reached after H dinner part" lit the last 'moulent. -
1 beginning the first trip from at t; members of the executive committee Mfrs.. Bii.Tu.o, ?.. Y. Iluwevei.' In xnch H <'n -e i |II', from the power of p I- .: op,njoa. i
I situation should lip, fniiiMy exphilnoliiinl The United Stated Laid assume' no obligations under Article X I
8 o'clock from Gainesville. of the brotherhood had spent
2IFFZitT tint n foriiuilril stet n.it It In Its present form o il Vler: Article XVI In Its present form In the
| two weeks in Florida inspecting sites the, list minute \For example: Covenant, or in its ud tied form as now proposed unless In any

C9 Ashton Harvey, of New York, died I :' offered by various towns and cities, PEAK: MR. i4 owl : particular case Coor| baa authorlied such action.
Jan. It. A
suddenly on tho Qrmond Beach golf' ending with tho unanimous selection wedding which Will MIII lie' moot oMUliu:; mi.r! The United Stati ; (opctts that Articles X and XVI be either
]links while in twosome with of Lakeliiml. the came as a surprise to their many anendcd and chanced to eliminate
playing a $700,000 was price help luc nut mi \Veiineiulii ..liiiiiini.tlio .\' dropped altogether n as
John D. Rockefeller, Sr., with whom paid for the tract on which the model friends took place Thursday Janu- 1 twelfth? The |grippe| Inn cued' any suggestion of a 111 agreement ta use coercion for obtain-

he had been playing occasional home will be built.A ary 3rd, when Miss Avy Starling of one of in}' guests lit the lust 'iiln. ::1 la l lag conformity to then g'sof the Covenant.
this place became the bride of Mr. ''<> that I inn "n..t upon tin, .1, "'I
matches for the lust five winters Versailles
I nature or in>' frlcndi.Vevlll :I", Ne Obligator tnrier Treaty
Bill Hines of Gainesville.
Mr. Hines
heavy fog that equalled any ever Is al t set fti n'cliid.( sad I Khali I I.....k .. That the United Stan vll accept no responsibilities tinder the
Largely because it has been a year seen in London, dropped down on Mi- a prosperous young man and his forward to tin plenmire or \ ."nr Treaty of Versailles al In in tar particular case Congress has

devoid of strife, but also because of I j I ami Saturday morning Residents of bride, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. cntnpany, und thank you MUIIItinii's' authorized. such action1 '
I S. L. Prescott, is a charging young for the favor yon con'er !h.v .,mllll;. I \
the increasing popularity of the pro.lud 1:10: years declared that nothing like lo, All Nations
I Most Biut'erel Leaju
and numbers her yours
lady friends hercquaintances.
by
the ended has been the it had in their
year just ever happened exper- .
\ M.
The has HEAN. 4. The United States DOT A' propones that Article I of the Coveneat -
couple
greatest in the history of our cigar | lence. In the early morning the range many I ILleF. that
If redrafted so
friends in Bradford and Alnc.iun be construed and s or necessary
manufacturing industry, the chief Industry vision was about 25 feet. The local -
lof 18 1 be assured to any governing
I counties who wish them much HELPFULHFALTHHINTSAnth.ptk.Salt ] admission to the Leati I
of Tampa. The output was weather bureau explained the un- I happiness State that wishes to Jt 11\I\ bat receives the favorable vote of

1-1,000,000 cigars. I, precedential fog was caused by extensile and success in their journey I two-thirds of the Aneoi r.
fires In the Everglades. The through !life. and witter ( I ',
I We are sorry to report Cliff Kel- Il'a"l'o"n| tn '.$ Kl.i s water) I Is excellent Oevelopm I international Law
A negro, l identified as Eugene h ur- wind brought the smoke to Miami i.i
( ley is unable to attend school on UK n throat if ICllrrtl. It will I. As a condition of Its p..clp Ion in the. work and counsels of the
24 afternoon the and low tem-
nam, was lynched Sunday night abnormally a-I help an alread mire tlmm' 'I" well
: that the Assembly and Council\ con-
count of sickness. League the United Stat as
by four unidentified white men perature caused moisture to condenseon as prevent> < tine which lm teA jet collaboration for revision
*-' begin> the
Miss sent-or obtain authorl
in the woods near Dinsmore. Officials : the minute smoke particles. The Vera Surrency spent t'.e week eflo'ed.' and development of Intnat sal law, employing for this purposethe

have been unable to leara the reason j result was Miami's worst fog. end at Pine Hill with her I'nr"f.t.. aid of a commlasU ot rlstu. This Commission would be

for the lynching. However, a theory ,I Mr. and Mrs Bill Hines, of rooter directed to formulate air) flag rules of the law of nations tow

was expressed that the negro was A business deal of considerable Pond, were the guests of Mr. and FOR 1\'ORKIXU PEOPLE reconcile divergent oplOD consider points hitherto inadequately "

shot to death because he was suspected magnitude was consummated at Dun- Mrs. J. B. Thomas Sunday evening.' The best or workers get out of sort provided for bu ltaiio the malatenance of International
;(, Mrs. Nannie Prescott and children when the liver fads! to act. They feel Justice, and la generaio flefne the social rights and dOILIes of
of being an informer for federal. nellon a few days ago when Messrs.
\ of Hampton, spent the weekend herewith languid, half-sick, "bluo" and discournned, I States. The recommeiatlonfr of the Commission would be presented
gents. Buskin and Kibler sold to E. L. Wil- '
and think
they are netting
lazy. Neglectof Urn 111 f oper form for consideration to the
relatives.Mr. I' from time to
I j i Hams & Son of Pelham, Ga., a tract these symptoms might result in a sick raconaendM If not a lawmaking body.
Joseph D. Blackwelder 2:5.: left Da- ,, of 6,000 acres of round timber, locat- Russ and sons, of Brooker, attended ,spell, therefore the sensible course id to Assembly as to a

.ia driving a truck on late Christmas ,, ed just northwest of town. This tract to business in our section on tho take medicine a dose or needed two! of 1 Herbine. It is just
to purify the WILLIAM H. JOHNSTON
afternoon, and that was the last time:, of timber is one of the best in the Thursday and Friday. I and restore the vim and ambition syrtem of Author's Name Not to 8e Reale ,

ke. was seen alive. About 7 o'clock I I country and will cut about 20,000,000 Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Thomas of I health. Price 60c. Sold by Until After Referendum ESTHER EVERETT LAPE v

Brooker, spent Sunday with her sis All In order that the bt.ke Member In Char.*
Wednesday morning a man named feet of lumber. The purchasers will Drug Stores vote may

flchwall, was going to his farm near erect two milts on the tract, having a ter, Mrs. Gertrude Warren. I solely upon the merits of th'Pb < NATHAN L. MILLER
| the Polley Committee, with le *
Deerfleld and he noticed an auto lying (; capacity_ ___ of 20,000( feet daily, which friends Alva Thomas was the guest ot Pruning out of dead wood giving I Quiescence of Mr. Bok, has aids MRS. GIFFORD PINCHOTnot r

i overturned in a ditch. Upon a means that about lour years hu cullingwill u' Saturday. a clean-up spray of bordeaux and I to disclose the authorahlp'f' thl MRS. OGDEN REID

loser examination he discovered the be before the timber is keeping the until Ts
necessary trees healthy, these are plan after the refer end un: MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT

body of Blackwelder pinned under the '| exhausted.Two Fires Cu.eu 1 in o to I < Dayskneels. the things necessary in preventing Identity Is unknown to the mll'TI r HENRY L. STIMSONof
I
eLr. ( re iml mn.iey If TAZft OrTV! NT ft'an. withertip and other citrus I the Jury of Award and the'."c
diseases. MELVILLE B. STONE:
Itcnlnt.I"j
iVcdlnnnr Pmtnidlus Hlrfci
Committee '
)I trucks filled with the bones .at i .. j, k'-l-n except one deigat
.e mil
",I"...."yru p can.' r -__ I member. MRS. FRANK A. VANDERLIP
Sydney Doyle 22, of Sulphur and hides of two gorillas from the "
Practically all losses in culls and JOHN W. DAVIS CORNELIUS N. BUSS, JR.
Springs was to have been married Belgian Congo are ready for the ex- T11EKESSA decayed fruit can be LEARNED HAND Treasurer

Thursday. Instead, he was buried. press company to ship from Jacksonville correcting faulty methods prevented in culture by ...--- ................... -..,....- ..-...........-..-............... .-.-..................... -- I
Tie was an electrician! employed by to the Smithsonian Institute in Theressa Jan. in r
11.-H. E. Moorer handling the :fruit and by picking
the Tampa Electric Company and Washington. They represent the bag was a visitor to Starke Thursday.Mrs. it at the proper time. Do you approve the Vlnnl g plan Yes 0
was electrocuted at Winter Haven at of -Ben I I pe X I. the heal No 0
Capt. Burbridge, Jackson M. 1. Andrews and daughtersof in substance' tPef ''''M'

430; Wednesday afternoon. He was ville's big game hunter, just back Leesburg, visited Mr. and !Mrs. H. Colds Cause!' .I.r.r
instantly killed by 2,300: volts of elec- from a three years trip to the wildsof D. :May Thursday. imp and Influenza I Name . . . rPI.
LAXATIVE: PROMO 01rNLNL"Tibtets' wmwh ( .... print) S
tricity that passed through his bodY' Africa which was made to obtain J. P. Padgett and S. R. Swindel eau... Thei only onep" <>. .

as he was working at the top of a If possible, a live gorilla to be placedIn were visitors to Starke Friday. t' W IROuv e.a ..... ins'i.'._ 'SIN .Ir.| Address . . . . . . .. . . . .

pole repairing the city line.An captivity in the United States. The i A. H. Harley, of Lawtey was a Farmers' Week the third annual City . . . . State . ... . . .
large gorilla had to be shot and was business visitor here

unidentified negro was shot and entirely too fierce and powerful to be Moore of Saturday.Mrs. meeting of this kind in the state, will Are you a voter 7. .' .. . . . . . . .
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Middleburg visited
I killed by Bob Willis, of Jacksonville captured. The baby gorilla died en- her daughter, Mrs. D. J. Phillipsa be held August 1M6 at the University tall. Prem.tly t.

Sunday morning. Willis conducts a route to this country. few days of the past week. o( Florida. TIlE AMEIItAN PEACE AWARD
Ii
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tore the of Victoria and Illinois -
at corner
N.W VOnK'' CITY
Mr. NAOIIO/lAVNU.
Smith aq
left Thursday for his
streets and following the ihoot- ;! Willie lIurd, negro convict at the home in Worth, Ga., after visiting his A meal well chatted is half diet WN.t" TMp IMu..td In ........,,,. fulls I..I.n. an NNlalr .gl" 'ei'

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FRIDAY. JANUARY 11. 1921.
RRADFORD COUNTY TELRORAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE TUIUUC
.

i Tutt's FiUs This earth has a hard core like nhU1cbal' rends at Nenana. From friends here Sunday. i and Mra. D.V.- lUtcn part of last -BEST- f

I '' or a coif ball. It m a gigantic I mails t tll Fairbanks are It C. :M. Click, of Jacksonville., was a1vi week.P. 77m.Trl.clREMEDY \;
-
( I -- / sphere( bearing a pressure of : teams, inking twenty days. .'.. <,iu>r here Friday i j A. Crosby /and Mrs. Cynthia Lope j
Thnfint dot. n tmi.6ee the im uid, 25,000 ,>rounds to the inch -|,! dogs will rest and the letters II.
Sivlnc Immediate .relief regtilatinc square according L. Layton spent the wetk-end attended church' nt New River on
i bowela. and dl..t v. ...._inducing- to reports made to the Washington flying in four hours. That's friends at St.irki1. Sunday.Mr. :ffisS3>E-63-

I i I Academy of Sciences.I I ---0-- Clarence Torrey, of South Jackson-I and Mrs. A. A. Ilazen spent LAMENESS STRAINS t

GOOD DIGESTION I Moses with his friends was the I guest> of G. Monday in Starke attending V business. a.allla... a.1 :!
/I I Whiiu that central sphere, 4,000 I around tho desert forty days last week. llrur..sdCald.11a .
| miles J in diameter, U: probably made .j'
ing after comfortable Joe Douglass of Plant '
a City, was a :
,
i of iron ,VyS7. n IIuirlilnKit rtnrhn
great
a magnet, perhapssome
I flying machines would To Stop a Cough Quick visitor here Monday Coed N. C.'For 15 y'ai s I Imve uu.It
believe it may be made largely them to the Land of Promise A. U. Surrency business visitor ClJ your Mexican, Mimtunir Ittmivnt
was a
,
1415 find, .1 I tonHUlt-r It the ArtItHltntmf/
of ( HAYES' HEALING HONEY. 1\ M
| gold, platinum or both. Those heaviest for luncheon. to Starke Monday S/andby/ OH .nrtk: 1 am never without iu t
metals would work downward / medicine which stops the cough> by find rciriitlrune ;, Moses surely is interested the Inflamed and irritated tissues. Miss Lorene Hazvn returned to Rai- mv liiiine'i netk anJ. 1C titnaj uaIhmtlayt. I
toward! the centre. What desperate bur Wright, who helped his A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE ford Sunday to rvsume'her duties aa 1S.48" ." ..
efforts men would make to dig down for Chest Colds Head Colds and
invent the flying machine teacher in the school there. No Sting or SmartContain
1 ;; Is enclosed with bottle of
to that central if every
core, they could be
in heaven. YES. HEALING HONEY. The salve E. M. Hazen and V'ast-oa Ilazen/ at- No AlcoAoI"
.
sure that the gold and platinum were be rubbed on the chest and throat I tended to business in Starke Tuesday. WtllethrhrautlriilHOtlVFMIRrPNmc.E ''-
there. Men will dig a hole throughthe children suffering from a Cold or CroupTheh.atinrefa't ... in., wlt oh.d"tnlel'iul: ; ,ronplle' ; '
Royce Gainey, Livingston RUSH ami llr lu.u.< for iuHUiu M.i.w. Llnlimiit f.r I"",,11,,
earth some day, using the sun's IT DRIVES OUT 1VOB of Havea'' MrellnJ Hoimv In the throat : j Hugh Butler Crosby were visitors to < <>., U.Stu-hl 1 ;if !h St : rim.: I N. V. .
onmMned with the rieallail effect of l
The surest sin of in .
power to dig, but by that time gold worms
r O-Peo-Trate Salve through tfae pores o New River Sunday.J. .
I paleness, lurk of interest in (' iklo MOO Mope a oouMb.Bnih 25cOc$1.00
By Arthur Bri.hace 13 will no longer be money and money ness, vuriublo appetite| ...mtld.....are packed In one carton and lb. E. demons, Worthinton, win" :;otJ by RrarniV GnraJ Stores
will no longer be so important. iioso and sudden slnrtmq in sl,,<<, ofhocumbinedire .......alla JSo.Just a visitor here Monday.\
I I, those ask for HAYES \ s'.."
it Is druggist
symptoms your
MEXICAN
-- appear
Miss Harriet ] itch of Starke, spent 5rarubvTI'rnr'r! : 184.5U
.
NO WHITE HOUSE RED FLAG. I Platinum, more valuable than gold, White's Cream Verm ujtr. A : HONEY.
part of last week with
drives out the worms. and puts VirginiaWeeks.
GIVING GEORGE THE GATE. may be worth $700 a pound. That I one on the rood to health attain. She wall accompanied on her
EARTH CARE AT $3. .OOO.OOO I'ER sounds costly. But think of radium, Cream VermifiiKO! has n record HKOOKER return by Virginia.,
POUND. I with which the market is now glut- years of succe&lfulISO.. Prico35u. .

INSIDE THE COFFIN. I ted. We had almost a monopoly of All Drug Store.unrb Brooker, Jan. 11.--Those who en-

MOSES AND WILBUR WRIGHT. the precious substance here for a Christmas at the home! of Mr. Common eggs> cost too much.

while. But great deposits of radium- Mrs. Colson were Dr. and Mrs.!

The public thanks to Senator Bo I yielding pitch blende found in the and daughter, !Miss Cornelia,

rah, will learn all about that dread- Belgian Congo have upset the mar- Gainesville Mr. and !Mrs. Sid Riv

ful Russian conspiracy to plant the i ket, and the price dropped to about of Cleveland, Mr. and Mrs. Reth- A

red flag on the White House. I $35,000,000 a pound. A short timo Col>lon of Lake City. Need NOT Iil

Already part of the horrible truth ago it was thought there was not Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cone are receiv

has leaked out. A secret service man more than half an ounce of radium in /: "() on the arrival of 1,1 Whigs 1l4d1 r -

says that Russian Communists, disguised -I all the world. i baby girl, Dec. 23.:

literary society, met in a Mr. and Mrs. Summer Andreu,
/ as a are
-oit -
IfV lter L. llodices ball been content to remain an obscure farmhand
hall in New York. is now believed that radium in the former's parents Mr. and on "n tmllntia much nineteen years ago he would! not now' ba

-o-- the sun accounts for the enduring C. M. Andreu. the Hon. IVnltpr I.. llmluoii, Loa Angeles! millionaire. In 1008. poverty
Ardull Crosby and nephew Bobby,I strlckrn. IUI'du\'nl..I. slekly, hu was earning fifty cents a day on a little
of that star sending out light ,
You don't need to be told that, from power s ranch In didn't own.
such a meeting, it is only one step to and heat through hundreds sot mil- Jacksonville, are visiting the for I Ills moiher-ln-law' fell urlr to a note for $:lOOt( ) Klre-n by a teaming
seizing a nation of one hundred and lions of years, with a certainty of .MA parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. : compaul'| !She traded! the note to Ilodxt. Muklnit Ms way to Lot
i Lt 7. litlr3nnax.n nudes IIP forrad the to give him sixteen mule and four
ten million and planting the bloodyred lasting hundreds of millions of years I company :
P. M. Barefoot of Starke a'' wagons Hut what was ho to I was
,
We had plenty of radium, here '
flag on the White House. more. ,AVrO A.T[ 'I one of them Mint( !leading the oilier tldivn he round a The people can never be grateful once, if it be true that lead is radium here Thursday. bed. on u I Los Aiiirrle river where hi roiild get gravel fra! On Mnervi .
enough to Secretary Hughes for pre- that has lost its power. If the stars BIBLE }READING Vascoe Hazen was a visitor over to > shun he Iilred three 1\'jrtI( drivers and with them lmtfft.il hanllaic ,
are fountains of radio-active power, Thursday.Mrs. gravel Into Los. Antrelcs( at $:?.nn n loml. At the!' end of two years ha J
Paul Revere in his ride
venting that. ;
It there Is one thing :t
any had not made n eentT
I. W. Pinholster spent Friday
do they quiet like our earth and '
the gentleman that carried the news grow human standpoint, the men <> iniiko nmiie.v' he west Ii mud a shorter haul. He found a h". of "
from Ghent to Aix, or the Greek sol- become planets of some bigger sun country rtwil more than any Saturday In Jacksonville.John (gravel four miles nearer I.OK Aiitfele( iH-mnnd for gravel at $::1.1\0( a f *?!
dier who set the first Marathon rec- when their radio active energy dies ? Is the habit of dally Blfo.e and I. W. Pinholster motored loud mm. great l hut> lit th. enil of aenr, he' was $13IS10( In debt.In \.
Ocala where IIP had, to hilly overalls he ,
E. Wednesday. n department store, gone saw .
ord must make for Charles
way Cet a King James version Royce Gainey was a business visi I an pxcnliitor. llurr> lrig; to a Junk denier' he obtained an nuNortment.
The bonus bill is back in Congress.
Hughes, who kept the red flag off the Illble or. If you prefer, an of oM nmrhlnrry mid rubber melt ing. and In a week had erected n I,
roof of the White House.0 Capital, fearing'to be taxed, tells you I ran KevlHed edition and read to Lawtey Wednesday.Mr. long, henvy' uioviiHe brit running from lilt. , with tears in its eyes, "It will cost I and Mrs. M. P. Matheny spent Into the riivlne. One man doll, Hum load more rock 01110 this hell '
-- seventy million dollars next year if two uliuiiters every day. holidays in Madison with rela- and have, It dumped, lit the crusher than fourteen tumid handle befi>r"\
King George of Greece, was noti- give the soldiers their bonus." I witness a marvelous change % Ills tiiiHhiexs. ln'Kini) to show n Hlltfht .profit. At night he studied In tha -
fied that Greece could do without him you Another of would have n\vn. condition. In your MM.! Ozena Godwin, of Alachua, is Lou AiiKflei Y. M. C..1., wnlklnic twelve' miles esch, day to do no. Hut '\IR\
from the year war I control! yourself and, In seven tmuitliH( Inter' he foil nil himself l.'in.lNXl:\ In ilht. ,
and he sent country
was cost this country fifty thousand million I sometime here with rela- to One Mondn.t: a unto' for $UUH) fell due. lie went to the hank pad,
'
taking his queen with him. King dollars. The men that went : Mive ami power over your asked to see the pr,wldrut., "1'11I through" said llodtfett. "How much

George will not, like Henry the Sec- across, lost their jobs and watchedthe I your employees|) and, your A. S. Laird, of Gainesville, spent do you need?/" iinkinl I the linnker He limned, Iii in fin.iNN( more.
ond of England, exclaim, "Shame on A large amount of tho '!! time here last week. Then the tide set 1 hiM sal In 12: mum he IIP |pall> tho lunik. Theo
prosperous people profiteering/ lesMiiesn of to-day mentally fire wiped. him out. causing It $7t>,cHx> Inxs Hut from Inaiirsnen mousy.
his face to the
a beaten king, turn Elmer Osteen of Plant ii I '
prevented that. City, ht liiillt a better plnnt !III moiittn later a Unix! swept down and
and socially, be
eally can
wall and die. lIe..iIl turn his face --0I visiting his parents, Mr. and burled his. new plant under sand. Ills loss wan ''10,000. He built a ,'
toward Paris or Monte Carlo, excel- I The golden lid of Tutankhamen's to the luck of Illlile R. T. Osteen. new .plant and! sold' the nnnd. .
lent cooking and plenty of snobs in llll.le reading and Bible In May IU22 his protlta. were so' great that ha sold hi* Interest to
magnificent coffin has been raised, The Ultle la Van, Zell and Omen Dukes, of Five cash.
both places, and play king in safety. showing glorious decoration in blue not rend It In a careless, \ ill', were visitors here recently.B. a Western corporation for $1,100OUU i

That's better than being a real king, and gold, with plenty of space for an milliner but read It (' B. Sapp was a visitor to New >
anywhere outside of England now. thoughtfully, prayerfully.
extra corpse or two. There are still Wednesday.
looks of the 1'enlateuch
-0--- one or two doors of the coffin to be 'our iospeU; together. Ueud I M. P. Matheny and family were J

Things are better than they were, opened. Then will be found the remains and Revelation ; then road re.'d to Gainesville Thursday. .J@J@We

even for kings. In Cromwell's and of the creature who once! ruled les. Head the Hook of Dr. Bishop, of Alachua, was a vis- ( ,
month. Itend the little
Danton's day, their heads were cut all Egypt, now a dried mass of skin ColoHHliius every day here last week.J. .

off. The Greek king goes away, witha and bone, preserved to prove, three head the rplxlU'B. They D. Hazen, of Sarasota, spent last ,
pension of $28,000 a year for life, thousand years later, that nothing guides and sureties for I the here at the bedside of his fath r

$18,000 cash being/ paid on his leav- matters except what you do while you t ver>day Christian. D. W. Hazen. dare the starry heavens warble wltb our by
wooden' wing and we
trash of the ,papers' ; forget majrlo
ing. The Greeks will have to pick are still alive. nies and foolishness of Olen Hazen, of Atlanta, was a vis machinery-any urns we want to sing ; we
and dry many currants to pay for I -0-- press. at the home of his parents, Mr. have done away with IUMIM and divorced l
that. I The government: railroad in Alaska The moot up-to-date book the niiiley cow and, "'cultivate our fodder
I world Is the Bible head It with an automatic plow I reekon ..atkslou /Ilrfwhy.
It, meditate upon Its (' there's no limit to I the pneru. of men--
you will become a ( aoLOOKS: -r WONDER: AGE we shove astute. rM 1.ly-tfJr a pure
pbjHlculIj. mentally varnlNhml, wiimlvn' hen Here's our pstontnolxplem N _
....,.,-"-"= .... morally, socially and every I USE HOC[ : SHINE eookvr that perform without a
way. tire' /In' liPHOHh. we're ncnilliig messages" e,
I jpt! a copy of the New wIMionl! n sign i nt wire '! W.. ran hear \1r
carry It In your pocket f SHINY NOSE the r. .ilyP J4illrr nn the plitln fit Tim "
I your habit to> (five a copy EXCESS PERSPIRATIONOILY 'liui-liio, x
''i New Testament tn Home Puny time wo turn the neri w.-Hlmplj tune -J
a I week HP n renl propnitutor' ( I II SKIN-ODOR OF PERSPIRATION the: fninll.v JI Br- 'iy time. you have the
AY. % s'rsr I Hlhle.,. It !is, the wor1 \liliwslnir, and It 111111""('" II i /gnrnlin. In Krsnet" I Bln't. mirprlnmlnt
I est need at the present RED NOSE-FRECKLES iinjthlnn In thin flmnlioysnt, life,-they a
Head your ItU.le, ruay* It Will JCeep Your Ma! TraeA Loo"11MAJLA ; tell( ini trey are testlu' out an automatic
read It prayerfully. wife _
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: f'l AVhcn .vniir wind M xhiit
brl'lItlJil1lf'diflh-IIlt you try to
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iilili'Kin. by Hiiilili'uly l'olllr.II". ;
i awfcafljCTfflaB-M pi -..-, limits and foiciiiK air THOSE NOISY MINORITIES I II
Ibront. 'Jbls tn linn) on )' '
I "ml I I1)11.. throat and diliitna
M>hselH. (.I.. If1 thrnutn are ,'
cwpoti7g/ct on &very iul<'kly "pi>nil l, plilevm ru.xetl: 1
\. thront 1(4 "NHith< 1 iirdl'fl Cough Syrup (Crt'BH )
of qetahles prevents xt-rniniug, backing! a. '1111 1lI /
valuable limit kept,'' aitlori. ]$. "
idr for troughs; eoliN,
icrippr, vrnup/ and wlmoplaif 11111 I
When you sell your vegetables through us. you know who the S.ife, sure and iileuaaot

buyer is and what fn pays There is no concealment-no juggling. druggist [: J
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The auction spot-light rooms. is on every transaction that takes place in our HIGHLAND 'vcfNc.rA1' I ,, .


Highland, Jan. 11.-}!. C.
I K it is impossible for you to be present at sales, or for a I ly, Jr., left Friday for \ !

receiver to represent you. you can check up on prices by watching after spending the holidays I I

the columns of the New York Daily Fruit Reporter.Our relatives. I NGRE GI
I
I E. !M. O'Kelly, of Sparr, is I e
auction plan also gives you the advantage of highest Ing some Limo here the I

market prices, because there are many bidders for each lot. It I C. Wimberly.E. .

isn't-//ow tilllt must vit accept? but-Ifow much can we get? You L. Padgett and

c of course, are the gainer. I ward Carter, of Green Cove / \\1 I "

. arrived Friday for a short
1 And we mail you our check covering proceeds of sale less our I F. M. Crews and family. Q,

small selling commission, within 24 hours after sale. I B. B. Williams and A. K. t

I were business .visitors to a Q1
Write today for our booklet "More Dollars for Fruit Growers" :']Saturday. ......

giving other reasons why it pays to sell through this old-established I G. II. Darker left Friday ( 115 % t1 a elCc "
reliable concern. Jacksonville where he will
for some time.J. ,

I L. Briggs, of .

Thorlllhtflletidflea day.E.transacting business here


M. O'Kelly spent
Established 1896
his family at Sparr. r

202-208 Franklin Street, New York City Mrs. II. C. Wimberly, do
I and Winifred Wimberly and / I J
For the convenience, ol Florid ahlppm. New Ynrk Auction w '2f vw .
Market taionnadoa mar be obtained at the office C. W. I O'Kelly were visitor to dd -. ,
Chawnlnf.-T Orlando. I day. 0).

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i t 'PAG FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 1924.

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Bradford flivvers) and a few tank "ships, of gasoline tion of superintendent of the Bible I P1'o. We would like to have about I the quicker the sale. If you want to
; Announcements
i:: County Telegraph as a present to belligerent Eu- school and teachers of the different I Political I fifty, equipped farms around Starke, sell, now is the time. List your prop-
to ad' ertise in erty within the next ten G. M.\.
days.
La and Hampton
::: ===- _:: : ropeans. The intercommunicationthat classes. A full attendance of the : wtey |

his cars would afford, would membership Is urged, as plans for the I hereby announce FOR SHERIFF myself!: ft candidate for this catalog. The better the bargainStarke..
Published weekly and entered as 1 Sheriff of Bradford. county and If elected) I'''I I
break down the existing now are to be discussed. I
prejudices year promise efficient .admitliMtratlon of the aherilfw __
.e oDd class matter at the post between the nations there; they would A full attendance of the board of :'i office. I Bland for law enforcement: ,
i| equally applied to ono and all., without feari
office at Starke Florida. become acquainted and friendly, and elders and deacons l Is urged at 4 p. i i' favor. I shall apprucinto the support. of -__._ ,._---dIII---- _! / _
_ church and other 'the voter\ at thu primary. June 8rd.W. i
HeIi the
that budget
------= ="" --0 := would end their squabbles. m., as M, (MITCH) tDWABDS.:;
K.; MATTHEWS, Editor and OwnerPUBLISHED I teaching big business, including the matters vital to the progress and success I

railways, new methods, whereby overheads of the church during the year DANK STATEMENT:
Report of the condition of the Lawtey State
and waste will be much lessened will come up for consideration. Bank at Lawtey. in tho Htate of Florida at
EVERY FRIDAY the olu,c of buiimon Dee 31, 1028.Keiourcea .
dependance on outside sources' All are invited to attend.W. ..
of E. DAUGIIERTY All Icmni and discounts 60.2R1.lt --
diminished and ,
Share
supplies abject --- -- =
Overdraft. ___.___._ 84B.08 I 9. -
n.
,. ', SUBSCRIPTION: RATEr subjection to the demands of trades Minister. United Statue bond! _..- 10,400.00 I +
unions eliminated State, county and municipal "bondj8,105.89 ,
greatly ) ,
'/ J>.r ar _ __ __ _'2.00 If Ford shall ever consent to become I BAPTIST CHURCH BULLETIN Banklnft real home l wUtto furniture. ____fixture_n__._ 0,078.88Other 1,714.14. i i ( i Pr
"41 1. flue from Incorporated. banki 9,808,10Cash
a 1' ,- --,- --.--- president, of the country, it will lUmil .-- 24 00Coah I itJ 1r Her
: :
be at a critical time when he feels he The regular services of the church on hand .- 1.14603 t

is needed, and when he can do good. will be held on Sunday. Prof. Wiggins Total .-.- 8T.824.74Liabilities ,

Ford is a student both of government faced a large number of the Bible Capital stack paid In 15.000 00Surplua I

nn
can .see what is hidden from oth- being/ his first day In office as super 1na. raid) --..- 10.1.71 r V 11 1 1J
Individual deposit ubject to .b",," 31.716,13 I
ers. The country In lucky to have intendent. Everybody be present on Saving dnpoaiu .__ 0.541.M

such a man in reserve for a possible next Sunday at I 0:45) : a. m. to greet Time certificate* checks outatandlmt of clepra.it ..- 15.508 O&'J,.28Dill. 88Ouhier .If.

crisis l a man with uncommon knowl- I him. payable .-_.__ 13.VMOO
All l other Mobilities _._ 1,80185)
edge, and energy, an well us untold Divine worship at 11 a. m., when I ll'I
wealth. the pastor will have for his subject, Total .-.__ 87.82474 :, ,
State of Florida I of Bradford--, a* -
No. 4951 "The Value of the Occasional." All I. J. W. Barber, .aahler of the I'-namwl; ; 1 i '"
bank do solemnly swear that the"" above state
I (Membership In National Highway M I M Ml+++.M- +++ members are asked to be present to I ment la tiue to the but of my knowledge

'y 1. Association) receive directions concerning the and MM. J. W. BARBER.CorrectAtteetc ,
I U morning services for the next eight : Cu-hlo
-- j Church Services r| i: weeks. A.H. A.C. WIMHEHLY.C SMITH .

4I'w GOING BACK TO GEORGIA? M 1 Senior and Junior B. Y. P. XT. at and. K.sworn BAKBER.to before Director.Submrlbcd mo thin. 8th

r .. 6:30: p. m., followed by the evening; day of January 1024. Pictured above is a young woman .
.. .+ -tl HMtM'M' +ItMI'MMPRESBYTERIAN R. M TRACY. ....
In a recent number of the Tampa worship at 7:30.: The"sermon will be"Lights Notary' Public.; who in about 50 weeks hence is going to

Times we note the following in one /\ and Shadows. This Ii known PETITION FOR ELECTION ...
of the "Business Chan es" columns: J I as the Family Church so bring the We. the undvntltfnrd. tiixpajcrB of Long be mighty happy as she goes her Christmas -
will
A quotation from Gypsy Smith: Bridge Sub School District No I.I pro
DO YOU WANT TO TUVDE7 i children. rot our .petition lo the board. nf 1 Public In-
"This is no time to be dishonest, ulructitm of Bradford county rioridn. nt a II shopping rounds. She is but one of
!i a'' Three lots near the courthouse, Mc- flneciHl meeting at 10 clock.. 11,, m., Monday, .
this is no time to try and make people FOR SALE 'eb. 11. IH24. to auk for a" election to determine the Starke who has
Clenny, Fla. Will trade on a good think better than whether or not Long flrlclire Sub SchoolDlntrlct women joined our
we are we are. New
No. 4 shall ciinaolnlnle with
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dog. We have been doing that until we area Lots in Peek Subdivision at River Sub School) District No 12 Ig! elect Christmas Savings Club for 1924.
t As a "good dog" these days may be laughing stock for hell and the football three luiBoracd trufttteit niriitnftt and determine thu\ cnnRoliilatttd the millntfe district touo

!' I worth "right smart/' ,lt Is evident for devils, and. the world. doesn'tcare Kingsley Lake. Popularity of i B. K. RENFROE!:, ,

F1,, that property in ourjalnter city Is advancing and has become disgusted, and this lake as a summer resort i I C.M. M.H. MOODY I'HII.LIPS. By depositing spare change weekly

"by leaps and bounds." The well it may. It !is tired of sham and grows each year. People from J M. E.L. ADKINS.JOHNS.

owner of the lots probably ""threat hypocrisy; it is tired of counterfeitand Starke, Lawtey, Gainesville I, R.B, J.P A SAFP.RNEt.L. with us throughout the year she removes

life's ens" to desire.go back to Georgia. with his fraud,, it l ia disgusted( with the Green Cove Springs, Lake Butler I (ROAN I. W. SA TURNER"P. all worry next December, about funds

empty' and the shallow and the superficial I E. A. S\P P.
Ocala, Jacksonville, T.ampa; with which for friends
N O. MOODY to purchase gifts
I and the insincere, but it will each .
and other points, come W. E. YARBOROUGH
4+ CREED AND DOGMA take its hat off any day with rever- summer to spend from a few i I S W, P.T.YARI1OROUGH.TURNER. and loved ones.

ence in the presence of goodnu and days to many weeks at this cool P. R. CREWS.O. .
r .
It ia regrettable that when the ewoetm.3 and purity and sincerityand and delightful bathing resort. H. II I,, JOHNS MOODY.
world most needs the uplifting honor and truth and love and God a F, MERRirr.
powerof Many own their own lots and I11.8t2.8PETITION I If you will step in our bank some
the Christian religion seven denominations It l Is no time for anything but hon- bungalows; and many rent.

t should be divided into esty. Jesus Christ help me to be hon- Nearly or quite all lake front the undvralKned. ..FOR ELECTIONWe taxpayer of New day soon we will gladly tell you of all
est. That ia the slogan of River Sub School Dbitrlct. No. 12 will
.
"fundamentalists" and "modernists" my mes pra-
lots on west side have been sold. tent our petition to the board! of Public Instruction classes of Christmas Saving membership
;1 ; because of differences of opinion of I sage. I say there are tens of thou- Prices have run in a few sum- of Bradford county Florida at a
creed and dogma. True it may be that sand.of people in your city who call special mcftinic. at 10 o'clock a m,, Monday. with information be readat
to
mers from $60.00 $360.00 per Feb 11. 11124. to uk for an election to deter- or supply you to
themselves Christians, and they know whether or not New River Sub School
creed and dogma be basic in mine
may
I lot, unimproved. __ Dlntrirt No. 12 shall coiuolidnte, with Long. leisure.Bank '
theology, but they are not vital to religion nothing about the New Testamentidea Some Starke citizens who Bridge Sub School Dlntrict No. 4, to electthree your .
trUBtec and determine the mtllafce to
Itself-that energizing force in of Christianity. Listen: You can bought summers back at low be anaeiwed airamflt the eoneollilated, dintrict.

the lives of men that impels them to not label yourselves w here these figures and expended $200.00 to O.C. O.W. WIGGINS.ANDREWS.

right living. What Christ taught these things are concerned; you can't $500.00 in improvements have EUGENE BRYAN.

I f and exemplified ia of vastly more importance decorate yourselves, you can't tag refused offers of $2500.00 from D.W. W.M. KELLEY.PARKER. of StarkeE.

i than the circumstances ofIlls yourselves. It takes the Holy Ghost Gainesville parties. H.L. W.E. STOKKS.JOHNS.

birth. to do that. Methodists, Baptists, The Richard lot and bungalowwas F. A, ANDREWS.

I Sometimes it seems aa though( too Presbyterians, Episcopalians, Salvationists sold the past summer for J.W. L.M.JOHNS.HODGES, S. MATTHEWS R. j. DAVIS
Christian-why, the devildocan't ALLEN PORTER.J.
little emphasis were placed on the $2500.00. P. LINDSEY. President CashierS
/ teachings of Christ and that failurein care for any of it. But he Investments there have proven 1-11-51-2-8

this lessening the influence of the trembles when he see the weakest safe and very profitable. To
saint his knees. It l ia sainthood We are preparing for our Spring
on
church. This may not be so but there fill the want for cheap lots I
Catalog which will\ reach 100,000 buy-
that God wants-righteousness and
ia SOME reason for the failure of have( just completed survey of
i the church to influence to peace and truth, and joy in the Holy lots in the beautiful shady ham- = -
today men ------ -- --- -- -- --
observe the fundamental principles of Ghost within you-that is what He mock just across street west of

right living. The church is certainly wants and that is what lie demand. the Weeks, I Kickliter, Davis, 0 i'J) f I
Heaven demands it and sensitive
losing its power in the world-there's a Scott, Limbaugh, Thomas and .."...
conscience demands it, and the world 1.vt .
and offer desirablelots 61
no disputing this fact; and divisionsover others, now '.
cries out for it. Nothing elfie will arrest e
creed and dogma may ba the underlying 50x150 feet and 50x175 feet ; it )
it, nothing else will make it listen .. ':'; { 4/V" try
: cause. If so, there ia' only at low price of $50.00 for Inside "

one course to be pursued, and that is make it open its ears and empty lots and $75.00 for corner' lots, I. ..[.. .&.V L1w
them of the jazz but the reality of /
for the church to champion the gos- on easy terms. i11'!
pel of Christ more zealously than It the Son of God. Some of these lots are speci- I'55.I; vJ J.

has. "What do you suppose Jesus means ally desirable because the back FarvoT .
when He Follow Me? Come, ?
says ends reach a spring branch and
One thing l is certain-the great, ,ma- 01,,, it-
jority of people who moat need the you are an intelligent person, you front ends!' are dry, level groundto po, ;>. eN1., .
ministrations of the church care little are an educated person; you graduated build on, under the beautiful _
from school and tho college- hammock growth of trees.
y, about creed and dogma. Neither 'I Enforce
what do He means when
you suppose Convenient streets fronting
l is the measure of the gospel, neither
Is i the test of religion. Only the gos- He looks you straight\ in tho eye, all lots, and public streets directto t : ,

pel itself possesses the saving power when He looks into your conscience lake front for use of all to enjoy .: :1
and into heart, when He searches .
needed by all and however Christ your the lake. Lots very short
out the dark places in them and distance from lake and within rugs
may have been born the fact of His :: pAreclate
k says, Follow Me? 'If any man will easy reach of medicinal springof '1
divine selection for divine purpose n 'u haco vital
follow Me, let him deny himself and best and purest water. fiver 8s ib0ut
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may always- remain indisputable.Exchange. '
take up his cross and come after me.: Kingsley Lake is one *f the : 1at:nsrepamd of Pure

What do you suppose He means? Do loveliest in all Florida. It is two' ,j baking foods! and PaCked and fresh

you think He Is satisfied with what miles in diameter, almost a perfect Pro Iuc"eg oIVder fonos t Uoder fixed
FORD DECLINES you are? I am sure He isn't with circle, on a high 200 foot bak'nR." its ; they ust

what I am. I am positive! He \Un't! elevation above sea level and ia I i Lea.enin fluff of nCe'Jt is aslfl ortaot1
The late movement to place Henry with what ,) am, for if coming shortof surrounded by sloping hills of a 11; leave nseful Tart

Ford in nomination for president ofa the Glory of God Is sinning-you oak and pine, and hammock i in'I'n: tfd, n,"aid toWbakings ;: flea; new party, whose beliefs and aims remember Paul 'We have all .
says portions. Its water is so pure' .. } digettea holesomeq
S., have not yet reached the crystallization sinned and come short of the Glory of and clear that objects can be' : 'Restlble. fcssfeiSiS; '
stage, but the members of which God'-and if coming short of the Glo- 'I Pure :- / 'hie)
seen 40 to 50 feet down in it! fn8 f'Od Ohf
were sure to "get there" on account ry of God is sinning then I sin every cool depths. 1 8 ", "'""", leaVening

o fthe popularity of their nominee, day." : olYde.'b of .o", slIreJy
at few
Beginning edges a that
has failed. Ford has no more deiire Usual services both morning and '1 then the tlmey; require Conolly have
inches deep the water gradually "",, 1 :
,, to become president that William J. evening. deepens as you wade out on the, ""i tit awshav Dour a sale totltconta.:: fl standardized '.

Bryan has of quitting trying to be- Cordial invitation to public. clear white sand bottom mak., Tito nOt/'eeo athe) Jear"l-

come one, and at any rate, he would T. J. HEDGES, ing it safe bathing for children'' SOld usands in SOld io 6acks pAlied tower Why"t

i not like to be a candidate where defeat Minister. and adults. The depth gradually -.1 i Pure fOOd ou sobae: es of self a.se"j1f 8o der
rIs10g
, would be almost certain. .. ",
increases from shore center- states lslog ur}
And why should he wish to be presIdent MEHODIST ward until it reaches 90 feet. It; I Any- res. "", cept I" !hOOt Dour are

'i ? Ite has honors enough( already is evidently fed by large springs' Po"'der"au b flour and rn T..... any re&'U/atio.u bit

and more are coming, He has Blest are the souls that find a place that do not appear on surface.On I Ilnthil1lcin ,.

done more for the solid advancementof Within the temple of thy grace; south side the lake I also' .. ublic t tng

his country than any president Here they behold thy gentler rays, offer 40 acres fronting 1320 feet. Ytl11erous b<1kjn "" oot self isatren! .of
f Uduted froU;
since Washington's time. Automo- And seek they face and learn thy on lake, dry to bluff at waters; I by o>1IiCIaJ!< solff

bile travel, which formerly could be praise. edge, reaching back up hill tc f Yfoun a stJoCh"i: rfticis.n.. ,

'- ., enjoyed' by the rich only, is now, Sunday school 10 a. m. Classes level plateau, a natural park of I' bakjngsn0et asos
tGerantyhavel
through hfm, enjoyed' by all. He hasrw' suited to all ages. E. K. Perryman oak and pine, overlooking the gafisountoe;;} 0

revolutionized transportation and, superintendent. entire lake; a beautiful locationfor "' oly of 'n.eshRoto"- _

through his tractors, has made a dozen Preaching by the pastor, Rev. L. a summer bathing colony.In I I foods tU otn o7 eat fOOd h.a"" to be

e' blades of grass groW where nonegrew I B. Simpson at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. selling lots on west side, "" at are ,taa the ns "'ade soRIIYI'

before. His auto carriages have m. Epworth League, 0:45: Sunday herein described, it will be first t d) It "".ou "oJ" h" fOnS .If

.' tailed for good roads: Best of all, he evening. come, first served. If you want "eets the th; raId es eSSadrY riB;"" fl""",
't..ted
is rapidly making the eighteenth Prayer meeting Wednesday eveningat to secure best selection, see meat in U pr! 'etrlfle strength

amendment a success'-something to 7:30.: once. relne11ber; PUb"Chelnaltehd'tClnde;? ? you io this health l .
It }
1 f. venerate-instead of being the butti' A cordial welcome extended to all. COMER L. PEEK ." of Ca'l1l11! eClde.IS for YOIl nand as

:; of jokes, for the drunken auto driver Owner., .eth to'thew 'tlat1n" \ others
f!. ia hated by all, and he has opened the CHURCH OK\ CHRIST NOTES aC ( fl

1 eyes' of all the people to the disasters CARD OF THANKS .kp.:2 L1 :1Jutetains its

?. that are Ijkely to follow intemperance Considering weather conditions last fillI great j a' ire.

In a way that nothing elsa could Lord's day the audience at the morn- We hereby express our heartfelt keAs, rasing .

do, Ing worship was splendid. There was thanks to all who assisted us in anyway ::1 flat .,rips

Henry Ford may yet take the notion no preaching' Sunday night. Next during our recent bereavementThe S I o t1 112zi

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1924.y .. BRADFORD. COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA PARK FIVB
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W. C. McLean and family havo School opened again r.i dalter tore. Mrs.\ E. S. Matthews. R.e.are.e .

II moved into the Liddon cottage, on thecorner being closed for two weeks vacation. I Capital chock fund .paid. -in .- 16,000.00'8umlta 7,000.90: : .

of Walnut and Ninth streets II. 1 P. Gainey, A. A. Hazpn P. A.I I\FOR SALE-SCO bushels Florida Undivided. prollla (11|DM oxpenava and .
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@ I I.'I'<. paid I i _. .-.__-.,- 1..81.01'Indlvld".j .
Bits or LocalInformation Crosby, S. M. !Mott Mr. and Mrs. C. i grown N. C. Runner peanuts, at dp>wlU oubJ.'CI ux oh..k.IICl7.8.UI
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$1.75 pet bushel.] Seed guaranteedto a ii>K> deposits -
If
you are sick, go see the doctor.If Andrews were vistors to Starko on II Time c rtinuuti'" of dupoalt 7IM.M'
I be first class. W. M. Parker 80.KOCUhl. '
Cerilfle.1 chuck.-----------a--
you are in trouble, see law- :
Monday.
your .
I Lake'Butler. ..'. chocks outatandlnic ___. 1.830.61
yer. If you have a bad tooth, see the .______._ 1 I 1-11--U i '"
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dentist, and if you want to buy or i I FOR SALE-IS rrt-iae winning R. 1.1 i State Of Florida, County of- Or.I-,... Concerning Our People, Business ana sell land, see Jack Inman spccinliit, I I. KnwMin J. Uavla, caahhr of the slave named
Red hens, :2 roo"sters; 1 2-year-old .bank, du aolemnlv swear that tin aliov
Progress in the County and Town. at Sturkc. \ tatement .la true to the brat of my. knowlodit
colt; 1 wagon; 1 Oliver typewriter. and bullet -
rENT-A-\VORDi j BAWBON J. DAVIS.
Jesxf Thomas Starke Fla. It
Mrs.\ Mary Snyder and daughter, -_.. _. -. _. C.'r.l.-AU..I. 1;:. !t, !lfATTfIEW8.A Ca-h.r.,
.1I Mrs. Fidelia Miller, of Estorville la., FOR RENT-One six room house in M. nA"BY.J. .

Papurshell pecans at Kickliter's.H. j M. F. Drown, of Tampa, spent h fame Wednesday to spend several 1 good condition. E. W. nl\ 'CR. 1t >i.rlln
1 week-end here with friends. weeks with !Mr. and Mrs II. M. Snyder day. or January.. IU84. D. E, "" I

Smith' of Lake City, was in town I Mrs. Mary Snyder ia the aunt ---- NOTICE Of STOCKHOLDERS MCRTINGla ; tP bile.

Wednesday looking after business. I' Harold C. Wall spent Wednesday of If, M. Snyder, and the people of WANTED-Responsible man or woman i neal Nutiar. imietlna h..b of the,. given atnokholilitni that the of mrular t1.. Hank.".

in Jacksonville on business. Starke are glad to welcome Mrs. Miller \ in every community in South of Plark will h* held ,In ll. bankln. room

White the i and Mrs Snyder.We Florida to take subscriptions' for I In Shirk, Klnrlila.I on : R board. ':" 1ft. Auto
Geo. C. spent week-end 1024 nt 7 -IO: p. m. to civet a of dlrao- Topics
in Stavka with homefolks. ; Eggs and chickens wanted. J. F. the Tampa Daily Times. Liberal I U>ra jar the unaulnx year and to tramtaotauoh I ,
I I II I other bualnraa a> may room botnra lh.m.R. ..
Kickliter. are preparing for our Spring (commissions all or spare time. For J. DAVIS., I o- 4
particulars write Circulation Department 1-4-Zt Cu..hl r.
Catalog which will reach -
100,000 buyers -
John Powell spent Tuesday in Jack- I
sonville. Mrs. O. L. spent We would like to have about I The Tampa Times, Tampa ORDER.- runi.1CATIONin --a--

day in Jacksonville. fifty equipped farms around Starke, Fla. 121tf Circuit Court. Bata of Plnrlila PtatithJuillnlul .
I Circuit Bradford\ County.. In Chnnrr. -
Lawtey and Hampton to advertise In i. -- a. ."
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Wynn of Hampton i T. R. Sweat, of Jacksonville was this catalog. The better the bargain SEEDS-New spring catalog ready.I J. A. DIxon. I

spent Monday here with Mr. and here last week the guest of his brother the quicker the sale. .. If you want to I If you have not received copy send : Compl"In.nt.v.. I I IItarttm

Mrs. 1". A. Scott. I G. C. Sweat. sell, now is the time. List your prop- name, and address today for this I i Ihifomlanl.TKon. I I II Circuits l lA

erty within the next ten days. G. M. well illustrated and instructive I In.apprarinii by aftlilmlt eppen..4 to the
J. T. Moore and Mrs. G bill filed In the ahnvf-ntateil aqua that Kvrtha -
Mrs. W. I Mrs. Strickland, of Jacksonville, is Inman, Starke. planting guide for 1021.! : Will be I Dfxnn the defendant Ihnwln nnmiU. In a .
Brown of Lawtey were visitors here i non-rmltlt'nt. of the elate of Florida, and ..hti .
visiting her mother
Mrs. GertrudeGill delighted to send copy. Kilgore I In a mlilvnt of Or..nvllln. In the Mat.* of I short circuit not only means
Wednesday. 'I at the Hotel Marion. See us for your seeds fresh from Seed Co., Plant City, Fla. 12-214t i Smith. Carolina war ,, and \I. ovor tho aim of twon1yom : diminished power but is n probable

the growers J. W. White & Son. ,- It I la therefore* orm'ttxl that paid non- cause! of fi rl'. Ferrrt out a"short"
Mrs. Florence Powell the Miss Loca Sweat will leave Saturday l-4-8t. FOR SALE-35 land 2 miles reiiitont defendant ht and !. horehv. rmmlivclto .
spent acres I apiuMtr to tli. bill of cumxlnlnt, mod In the aa: soon Its you hive any
week-end In Lake City with Mrs. W. for a short visit in Gainesville !south of Starke, near state highway until. rnniw on or before Mon.lny.. tho llthi I reason to suspect one. It p.\'I.: '
I day n* February. A. D. 1024. otherwUa thullutfntlona
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R. Canova. with Miss Martha Tison. \ CARD OP THANKSWe ; good wire fence, not cleared, nt aaM. bill will ho taken na confcHNed in lower battery upkeep In in- ,
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j first' class soil and good drainage./ In by further Hald dwfrndant.It ordered that this order be I creased power anti may save
II Born to Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Tippins, Price $600; terms T. R. Sweat, published one a weak for four e."n....mtlvowtMikH
Mrs. M. E. Kite of Orange Heights wish to express through the In the Bradford County Tekrraph. a your car from total los.s by lire;
has returned home after a visit with a son, Thursday 10th inst. Mother Jacksonville Fla. l-l-4t 1: nwwniiniM'r pidillnhed!: : In antil.. county and atato. '
Telegraph heartfelt thanks
I and child doing well. our to i ThU January; 9. There are other common
her mother Mrs. E. J. Wainwright.Red 1024.O.. W. ALDERMAN.
all who were so kind to us during the I
I WANTED TO BUY White leghorn (Seal Clark Cln-ult ('",.rt. causes of tire, Home of which
G. M. Inman, of Starke, was in illness and death of our dear wife and hens young but good layers. Price 1 By C. A. IVin.lr KNIGHT Clerk., cannot he easily delortetl

Bliss Irish potato seed at Kickliter's. I Jacksonville on Wednesday looking mother. Also' to Dr. Mann for his must be reasonable. Drop me a F.. !M. JOHNS.Hnlieltor Even a minor blaze In your
for Complnlnant 1 l-ll-nt2-8
after business matters. faithful service. card. Mrs. M. S. Plank Starke. car or garage means an out

R. W. McLeod and Children. 143te'VANTEDLocal BANK STATKMKNT lay of ritHh far rrpniri. It
R. L. Lewis, of Jasper has been Kt'pnrt of the condition of the Rank of
Mrs. J. W. Andrews Jr., went to Stnrko.' at Starke In the utato of Florida, at IM. wine lo iiiHtirc you car a
visiting his daughter, Mrs J. C. Rob- Baldwin BROOKER salesmen wantedfor the al..... of bu.lni.a wmlxir 31. 111211.aur. !! ,
Tuesday afternoon to see het ... against such Puss.
inson. sister Mrs. J. M. Oliver. Starke and vicinity to sell Dou- Loam on real eMam ._.__, 8fl.B<>3,70

A. B. Shaw, of Gainesville, was a blewear Shoes direct from factoryto Loan than on real collateral relate eecunlty.. .. _..other__._ 40.M2.Ai( Get Automobile Insurance here
Struth has returned -
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Miss Hilda visitor here Saturday. Our All\ other' loans and. dbcminta ... .. 66,007.06DvunlrDa : theft collision Ii- ,
Will wearer. new measuring covering Ore ,
from visit with relatives in Plant I have Georgia and North Car- ap- _______ ._ S5000UnlUil
a I olina peanut seed in few days. J. Miss Sarah Jordan of Milledgeville VnYatua insures perfect fitting. For StateC bonds ______.__.__ JI.BHOOO ability and property damage. .
City and Tampa. Ga. is State' county. and' municipal hon...__ 20,00(1( Ot,)
F. Kickliter. a guest at the home of Mrs. full particulars write tho Double- Ilnnklnir home furniture, IIxtll_._ Y.I01.IID
/ Shriver. wear Shoe Co., 315 E. Lake St., Other real 1 .,tale __ ___.___ Bn,off J. R. Davis & Co. '
Miss Margaret Long Miss Carolyn Due from Incorporated. banks .____220.72
Mrs. G. C. Sweat has returned froma Lubedia and John Pinholster were Minneapolis Minn. It* Tax, eortlncatea _____.._._ 82.11700(1(
Fripp and D. P. Carpenter motoredto Caiih. "Itenw .., 841 60
visitors to Santa Fe ---- --- n.
short visit with her sister, Mrs. J. cemetery.D. tank on hand _n_- 4.IIOS.86 Agency Established 1888
Jacksonville Friday. W. Hazen;who has been FOR RENT: -12 acre farm, cheap --
C. Raulerson in Lake Butler. very ; 1 Total __ .. .403.JS1.M STAUKE FLA. j
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sick, is much improved now. /good buildings; 2 miles from -
Mrs. Kate Davis went to Jackson- Starke. Robert F. Demorest -- -
Claude Lawrence and of Mrs, E. T. Stewart and son. Paul, -
sons, Key
ville Wednesday to visit her niece, were visitors Worthington Wed Starke. It
stone Heights, were visitors here this .
Mrs. Josie Hoffman.

week. nesday.Mr. Mosley, of Jackr.onville11 a FOR RENT-Furnished. three-room GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLYINMAN .,

J. F. Colley's residence on Broad- I apartment with all modern conven-
business visitor here last week.L. RITCH
Col. J. L. Frazee in Gainesville &.
was iences. Apply to Mrs. Nelle II.
street has been repaired and re-
way I O. and G. W. Hazen ware visi-
painted.Mrs. the early part of the week on legal Hughes, S. Walnut street, Starke. REPRESENT THE nEST LEADING
tors to Starke one day last week. FIRE ..
business in the circuit court. -- INSURANCE COMPANIES .
Amos Brannen of lake Butler, wa LOST-Brown crochet bag, deep
J. M. Mitchell]] and daughter, ACCIDENT, LIFE AUTOMOBILE
visitor here
Lucile will in Jack Mrs. W. L. Overstreet, nee Miss a Thursday. fringe on bottom, with some small BONDS, LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS
spend tomorrow
R. A. Weeks spent last Wednesday change inside. Lost between !Mrs.
sonville. I I Leona Bennett, of Kissimmee, has returned MADE PROMPTLY
home after spending a week in Tampa attending to business.U. N. D. Walnwr lht's and Darby's ,
I E. Ross motored to Waldo last
Miss Mary Canova has returned here with relatives. I --.--.--------.------ -'
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from a visit with friends in Camp-
ville. I Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley will Royce Gainey was a business visi- \

spend the week-end in Tampa with tor to Theressa Thursday.

her Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Dur- Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, of Starke visited -
Mrs. A. M. Pettit and children, of parents,
den. here last Tuesday.Mrs. Horn January 17, I70U
Gainesville were guests of relatives. Emily Abbott Is on the sick ,

here last week. Messrs. Demorest and Sternbergare list this week I

making/ plans for a local talent Dr. Bishop of Alachua, was a VIS-
Mrs. A. E. Morris and grandson,
be date for itor here lastaweek.Virginia ,
show to given at an early
Morris\ N.
Wade, of Hendersonville,
the Woman's Club. Weeks, who has been visiting -
C., are visiting; her daughter, Mrs. I
relatives lIT Starke, returned to ..
T. P. Wall. i
Dr. and Mrs.[ : J. J. Bullen and her home Thursday. ,

daughters, Misses[ Isabel Beatrice Mr. and Mrs. Brownlee and childrenof

Miss Carolyn Fripp returned last and June, spent Thursday in Jackson Starke, were visitors here during I tri-
Thursday from Kissimmee where
I ville. I lust week. I
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-I II. P. Gainey G. W. and A. A. HR- I C s l _

Mrs E. R. NeflT and children, Margaret zen were attending to business in BENJAMIN -_ THRIFT

, and Ed. Jr.? and Miss Williord Jacksonville Thursday. .
The very latest system for your I! Bishop returned Tuesday from a vis- L. R. Gainey was a visitor over to'' FRANKLIN "= WEEK

bridge party ia Every-player-your-I it in Jacksonville with relatives.Mr. Hampton Friday. | 1 I ,

Partner. We have it at the Shoppe Mr. and Mrs. Crews, of Gaines. Father ofTHRIFT January i1'I

Elite. I and Mrs. J. L. Peek and chil- ville, were transacting business here

dren, Clara Louise and.! Julian, and L. Thursday.Mrs. 14 to 19

:Mrs.Gertrude Gill, of Bordman, Wyman, motored to Hawthorne and Millie Gainey is spending awhile I
has the Hotel Ma-
taken.charge of
Gainesville Thursday. with relatives In Jacksonville.
rion. Mrs. Gill and daughter, Miss Mrs. Rosetta Osteen, of High'I'I ,. '

Ruby, arrived here this week. 1 Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Partridge motored Springs, ia here at the bedsldo of her I L'I j

I over to Lake City for the week mother Mrs. Abbott. i| ,
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The W. C. T. U. will hold a Jubilee
end. They were accompanied home A. D. and Bobbie Crosby who have

meeting Wednesday evening, the 16 by Mrs Everman, Mrs. Partridge's been visiting here returned to their v

inst, at the Methodist church, 7:30.: mother. home in Yukon Friday.Mis I ,

The public cordially invited to attend. Hawkins, who spent the holi- !

Mr. and Mrs George Foster, of days in Tallahassee, returned here onl"
Messrs. A. II. and E. M. Johns were .
/ Hendersonville, N. C., will arrive this Saturday. .
and big
out shooting Tuesday Rot\
week for a stay of several months. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Morgan attended cI
bags of quail. As usual, they gen-
have apartments at the homeof church at New Hope Sunday. a
erously divided the birds with their They MondayTuesday Wednesday Thursday 1"ridal Suturday
Mrs. Elizabeth Johns. Prof. Wilkerson'of Tallahassee returned -
friends. I Jan. 14 Jan. 15 I Jun. 16 Jan. 17 Jan 18 Jsn 19
here last Friday to resume hiS''

Mrs. Oscar Alvarez and son, J. G., Mrs. A. C. Durden and daughters, duties at principal of the school Bank Day Budget Day Insurance hay Own home IIny 7ay UiI,1) )4y Share Day

who have spent the past two weeks Misses Jeanette and Clara Mae, of Wiley Kelly, of New River, was n j I
have been the guests of visitor here
with her mother, Mrs. Lalla Chace Tampa who Friday.

have returned to their home in Jack- Mrs. O. L. Beasley have returned to "

son ville. their home. 90s January 14th to 19th is this year National Thrift Week, when people


Mrs. O. J. Griffin and son, Owen, Mrs. K. A. Weeks and Miss Mar- s Scoter I II everywhere will be reminded of the wisdom of Benjamin Franklin in his teach

den lira., Misses O. L. Beasley Jeanette, Mrs.and A.Clara C. Durt Mae guerite Shriver's Shriver guest, of Miss Brooker Sara and Jordan Miss, ings of thrift. Leaders have endorsed the movement-. as a sound plan in help-

Durden motored to Gainesville and of Milledgeville, Ga., were visitor ing the country to increased prosperity.
here Wednesday.Dr. I
the day last Friday.
spent _MH__ ______HW t I
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Miss Fannie Darby has returned W. E. Middleton has bought of 1 1I I

from a visit in DeLand with her sister D. C. Jones the lots located on Wal- 1i A bank book is the textbook in the Happy arc we to state that this institu-

Mrs. George Marks. While away nut, Jackson and Clark streets, just i study of thrift. It was the book heeded tion helps perpetuate Thrift. We do everything
Hiss Darby accompanied Mr. and Mrs south of J. M. Alvarex's home. Theyare

:Marks to West Palm Beach and other being fenced in and will be set most by Franklin because there in black and in our power to safeguard the money of

points on the East Coast. to trees. I s our depositors and we realize that our future 3.i
$ white was the result I of f his endeavors. .s pen
depends upon the r future of f our customers.
the dairyman Upon invitation of Dr. }lUTPhree,1 "
Frank O. Peterson, would succeed
than make if
less
has sold his place just north of townto president of our State you you Feel free to call upon. us for the service we .

A. M. Rollins. Mr. Peterson is do- l Gainesville Rev. J. J. Bullen, pastor I I I said Flanklin's famed Poor Richard. can rtnder you. a

ing business at the same old stand II II I of the Baptist church in Starke, war I 1P I.: _
the at the first convocation of I If I
until he can find a suitable place to I I speaker ,.. I
buy. i i the new year. The students crowded P

"| the gymnasium and gave good attention :

The Ladies Auxiliary: of the Presbyterian -' while Dr. Bullen spoke on I I II ::' : Bradford County Bank "

church had some articles I "Persuasion, The Law of Freedom." J

left from their annual bazaar. To I It was a new }Jin of thought for the I tiles I

dispose of these there will be a nine young men, and was commented on by I I $3._ 4 y .. ,

cent sale at Stump's store, beginning the president as the most appropriate i 1 1I 1

today and lasting a few day. I sort of thing for the new year. "


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SEABOARD TRAIN of this state, particularly in

With The Brad- 1023)g I tlP he Hastings vicinity. This year, Ha r 1 ASPIRIN

(In effect Nov. 11, never before, extreme precautions -
:Southbound' I| are being taken by many of

No. 1 reaches Starke at 12:16: a. m. | the growers to prevent diseases. TMt BAit DRUM. 4URRpoP4 .

ford Farmers No. 3, 10:59 a. m. A recent request for information in .' C0II8Q, UP A LOT --

No. 21. Cedar Key, 5:00 p. m. selecting and in: treating seed, received 4 THE REST Beware of Imitations!
d I4TPl.K
No. 15 Limited 1:16
p. m.
by L. O. Gratz, in charge of
I Northbound. Of THe BAND. \AKE /
the laboratory of the
Hastings potato
No. 2 reaches Starke 4:15: a. tn. I
Florida experiment station, was answered -
t EXTRACTS FROM REPORTS OF Soil. No. 4, 4:26: p. m. i
bolt well- No. 20, Cedar'Key, 8:50: a. m. as follows: 1 1I i \
The pecan does on a ;I
AGENTS;
COUNTY No. 16, Limited, 5:57: p. m. I In selecting potatoes for planting
drained, fertile soil that is well supplied ,ra
will Wannee Branch choose the best, as the best Is never RAVER
.. with humus. While it succeed -
Starke 7:45
No. 101 leaves
Walton-\Ve have delivered 1500satsuma a. m. too good. The best seed means certi
of if
soils properly I
on a variety: j No. 101 arrives Starke 3:15 p. m.
trees to our farmers this handled, the bent types for it in FlorIda 'I T. J. GRIFFIN, fied seed. Certification stands for r "

week, and we expect to set 400 acres are the well-drained, sandy loams I j Agent. vigorous, firm, sound, uniform tubers,

t to this tree this season. Our farm- that are underlaid with a good strong those that are true to type and free .

ere are out with tractors, deep breaking porous clay subsoil eighteen to thirty I I INCOME TAX INFORMATION from disease. The growth of these :t

the land, getting ready for large i inches below the surface. The water | I tubers was carefully observed last &e-tdJ ;

fruit plaontings. We are putting In table should not be closer than ten or Let one of :your new year resolutions season and disease was reduced to a

a large acreage to small grains. twelve feet from the top of the I be to file your income tax return minimum.No I i

ground. early. Forms for filing Individual, tubers should be planted which
I'nlc""* you ace the. "Buyer Cross" on
( Dade-Tomatoes of excellent quality I'ecans have been known to mike corporation, partnership, personal show abnormal flesh discoloration!) pnckniro or on tablets you are not getting -

are being shipped by carload. a thrifty growth and bear heavily: onI I I service corporation, information, or which are bruised. Bruising lays -.- the genuine Bayer Aspirin proved
Potatoes have yielded well and are white sand that had nothing but yellow 'fiduciary and other returns requiredby open the tubers! to the destructive action You'll Havta Read Twice I safe hy millions and proscribed by

t1 bringing high prices. Truckers in sand underneath. And again they ] I the revenue act are now available of fungi and bacteria. Teacher shall now read this four physician over twenty-three years for

this county are enjoying properity. have been known to do well on soils at the office of collector of internal Diseases such as rhizoctonia and line Longfellow poem five times, thenI Colds Toothache TTcadnclie Lumbago

Mango trees are in full bloom, earliest \ with a high water table, sometimes revenue, Jacksonville, Fla., and the i.,I scab in so far as they are tuberbornecan want each pupil to write it on copy Neuritis Rheumatism.
ever reported. within three feet of the surface. How-1i following branch offices, Tampa, Miami be controlled by soaking the tubers paper. Neuralgia Pain, Pain

I ever, In this latter case, the land had Pensacola and Key West. for an hour and a half in a 1-to- This was the paper turned in by Accept "Buyer Tablet of Aspirin"

+ kola-Everybody is busy been cultivated in such a way that The filing period is from January ION( ) solution ((4 ounces to 30 gallons '1 Tony: only. Each; unbroken package contain.
pre- the trees stood high broad beds 1 to March 15, 1924. of and proven directions.I Handy boxes of
on water) of corrosive sublimate, Liza Grappe Allry Mindus
paring for the fair to be held in St. men twelve tablets rout few cents. Drtt rKJHtH -
t, Cloud January 23-26; all are deter- with deep dead furrows between that I Inaugurating the most progressiveand then spreading them out to dry. Do I., Weaken Maka Liza Blime, ..I.i) Hell bottle of 24 and, KM<).
mined to make it the biggest and best were kept open at all times to keep important step it has taken since not spread in direct sunlight Andy Parting Lee B. Hindus Aspirin. Is the trade mark of Bayer
I the water moving. But generally the initiation of the income tax laws' Miinuf' irtura of Monoacetiuacidaster of
kr Sands time.
ever held in the county. Formaldehyde (1 pint to 30 gal I Footprint Johnny a lSal.cylica'ld.I .
speaking, any soil will come nearer the internal revenue bureau, after Ions of water) U also recommendedfor -
producing the desired results with months of research work, hits/ developed :
-
pecans -
J
Okaloosa-Our farmers breakinff scab, but it is not very effective j
Overheard This Week
are I
if it has a good clay foundationand a simplified income tax form, against rhizoctonia. Tubers should I Winter Poetry
land already for another crop Is well drained. A* a rule It is which Collector D. T. Gerow declared be treated when dormant, if possible! ,, Hello hello-Is this one, nine, two,, i There was a young boy of Quebec,
f for another and a bigger year. I would four? Fell into ice his
to neck.
not advisable to plant pecan trees on make it easy for the salaried as treatment after sprouting kills the some

soils underlaid with a tight, nonporous or wage earning taxpayer U prepare sprouts and delays germination by'I No-get off the line I II When asked, "Are you friz" ,

.p Alachua-Farmers in some communities plastic-clay, hardpan, or a water il his return for the coming filing the length of time it takes to form l I Then what year is it? He replied, "Yes, I is-

4 operatively.are Progress buying fertilizers is being madeon co table within four or five feet of the period as it would be for him to nil new sprouts. Treated tubers must) But we don't call this cold in Quebec."

the county's exhibit for the Tampa surface. In a request for a postal money orJi r not be returned to contaminated containers i Blonde Beat Asks j I
Preparing the Soil or to make out an application for Purdy Philos
employment or reinfection will take place. I
and Madison Square Garden exhibits. "Is there any law against a man
r It is very important that the land such as is required by the Tuber treatment cannot control the ': marrying his widow's sister?" I Men angle for Ash and womea for

to be planted to pecans be put in the average commercial concern. diseases, if the soil in which they are husbands-both get poor results.

Pasco-For 20-years the farmers of best condition by thoroughly breakingand Reduced sheet from six pages to( a single planted i is heavily infested with the i i Wrong Number i,

Pasodena have been organized; A. A. discing. The planter should bear to on which answers are required spores of the diseases! but it may i!: The telephone in a well known'Starke | DO YOUR WANT TO SELL
Roberts has been president of the in mind that everything that can be only three questions li relation ail, in reducing the total amount of I :
merchant's store the other j
done to kelp the tree to become established to income form 1040A has disease. If the treatment is properly! rang 1
club all that time. I
been revised day and he answered it. A voice YOUR FARM OR GROVE?
in Its new location will add to in the Interests of the carried out, no injury to the tubers : .
Inquired: "Who is this? I .
great majority of taxpayers.
the success of the orchard. Therefore, The will result.
Hamilton Our farmers I
are securing number of i| The man recognized the voice of
persons affected the
in by
preparing the soil it should be
remembered -
an extra amount of seed
peanuts, adoption of the : his S-year old son, replied:
simplified form
preparatory to planting increased that in reality the cultivation Is NOTHING LIKE IT 0V EARTH i
i
1 an "This is the smartest in the
.shown by the fact that of man
acreage for marketIlillsboroughPacking of the orchard has been started.It ; 6,662,17 The new treatment for torn /flesh, ruts, town! '
b should be remembered also that if personal returns filed for the calendar wounds, BOres or lacerations that Is damn!:; "
the soil is put in first-class shape, it year 1921, 6,136,570 were returned rm such wonderful work in flesh healing is' ; i "Oh, said the child, "they gave me f
houses have Form 1040A. Of the Borozone liquid and powder combination the wrong number."
I'sS
personal income
will be I
ready to receive the roots of
resumed .
operations. Strawberriesand treatment. Tho liquid' Uoroisono i ia ia
vegetables are moving to market the trees and start them off growingunder amounting to $13, 15,434.211 reported powerful antiseptic that purifies tbe Here'-How ,
steadily. the bent possible circumstances. on 1040A forms, 110,081,649,359 wound of all poisons and iiifoctiuus germs, :'
'j wps derived from salaries and wage. I while the liorozono powder ia the great Doctor-Well, Silas, how are you I] t _
It is estimated that hralcr. There is nothing like it on earth Silas-I be beter than I sir I
more than 4 was, ,
Hernando--Our truckers have ship- Staking and Digging the Holes ,- for speed safety end efficiency. Price II I
000,000 persons in the United doe but I hain't as well as I was beforeI
State
(liquid) (>0o and 120. Powder SOo
ped another
carload of After the
soil
vegetables.o has been
I put in condition will use form 1010A( In reporting in and 60c. Sold by I was as bad as I be now. I
--o-- I the holes should be staked off
come for the calendar
-
year 1023. Out All Drug Stores
-Citrus shipments are 'light. the proper distance, not less than 60 of a total of approximately 30,000 Ah, Stealing His Stuff i
but prices are Improving. Cabbage feet each Some
way. planters are who will file returns In the district of A man climbed into I I
barber chair.
Heal
fields are looking remarkably well, recommending the planting of pecans A Success a I We have many inquiries from western -
Florida
strawberries are on the local markets 35 feet apart in 70 foot rows, cuttingout will more than 25,000 it is estimated Willie-Aw, geeminy, \Mom, I wish Barber noticed a bear tooth watchcharm. I and northern farmers) who have

at 50 cents a quart. every other tree when the limbs use the new form. that I could be Eddie Smith. I I written us asking that we send them
Persona who use Form IOWA will Bear's tooth, ain't it? :
begin touching, thus leaving the trees find the problem of Mother-Why, Willie, you are lots the descriptions of several farm
if Duvnl-I have discussed various 70 by 70 feet. If the planter will actually Income correctly makingout stronger than he is, you have a better Yes. i i properties groves and undeveloped

I phases of farming in Duval and the do this thinning when the time a minimum.an The tax return reduced to home, more toys and more pocket Out west, huntin', I suppose, sir. land in this section, also many letters

state during the week with prospec- comes, such a method is all right. audit also difficulties of the money.! Yes. I from business men of our large cities,

tive settlers, who are constantly calling Otherwise the proper, permanent dis- thereby will be greatly lessenci, Willie Yea Mom, but you oughtta How many shots did it take to kill I besides many among the foreign born:

1 at my office for such information. tance should be established at plant- bureau of expediting internal the work of the see him wiggle his ears. him? i of the thrifty northern Europe nationalities.
revenue, and reducing None. i

Ii Volusia-Planting-of Irish potatoes ing.The holes may be marked} off by the cost of operating expense. My goodness t Did you kill him I a quick sale
The The hot school
form lunch
new 10 lOA gives '
will be youngsters knife ?
a
began here in earnest this, week. plowing a furrow each way the proper by useexclusively the punch. I'i and want your property placed before *
taxpayers whose No!
Many homeseekers are in the county distance apart, or by sighting with Individual these buyers, write us and we .
I at present. stakes and driving a stake where each net income Is $5,000 or less, Heavens! With your bare hands, will have our representative call and I
coming principally from salaries and Every long stem on a citrus fruit sir?
tree is to be make the necessary arrangements.
set. Dig the holes at
Habitual Constipation cured wages, and was designed to meet the means at least one other fruit punctured No! I

In 14 to :31 Pays feet least deep 3Q inches, keeping in diameter the and soil three almost universal criticism that the thus making an entrance for Then-then-er-how, sir? : Florida Farm & Groves Sales Co.

"LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" la a .-hu! ./. top separated income blanks were so complicated spores that cause disease. Talked him to death. 217 Realty Bldg. Jacksonville, Fla.
prepared Syrup Tonlc-Laxa'Jve for Hubliuj from the subsoil; only the that it required the services of a law-
constipation It relieves promptly hut former should be filled In around, tho yer or an -
experienced ---
should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days roots. If possible, have the holes fill out. accountant to
induce regular action. It Stimulate*end) one
ready by the time the
Reflates. Very Pleasant toTak WX trees are received Form 10.10 is to be used by persons
i err hot tie. from the nursery. any part of whose income for the

Planting/ year 1923 was derived from___ hu"in.___ ___
A CALENDAR: FOR FARM PEOPLE Pecans are transplanted during the or profession, farming, sale of- prop-u SELL YOUR VEGETABLESON
dormant Reason, the earlier the bet-
1
HAS BEEN: PUBLISHED erty, or rents, regardless! of the
ter. Possibly the best dates for
J Florida amount, and in all cases where the THE
t Several thousand farmers and farm conditions are between December net income was in excess of $5,000: EARLY MARKETCanco
1 and 15. .
women of the state are receiving cop- whether from salary, wages, business!
ies of a Florida farm and home As soon as the trees are received profession or other taxable sources. Smudge Pots Make It Safe

calendar. This Is the second calendar from the nursery unpack and heel In Formerly form lOiOA was used on- To Plant
in moist soil; if the moisture is not Two Weeks Earlier
b of its kind published by the agricultural ly where the net income exceeded $:>,-
extension division of the Florida adequate, water must be added or the 000. The taxpayer will receive both Two weeks during which
you delay planting because of probable frost
roots will dry out. If properly cared or
college of agriculture. forms for the season that it is Im- take a long chance in planting the
for !in this manner, they will remainin are most important of the winter trucking
Farm people will find in It pertinent !- possible to determine at this time season. They make the difference between
early selling and late selling big
perfect condition until ;
I information for cnch month of planted. which form Is desired by individuals. prof if and average or no profit.
the year. This information is, of If the acreage to be planted is very Failure to receive a form does not

i'l course, but a scratch what the farmer large the trees should be placed in a relieve the taxpayer of his obligation | Advantages o: early planting can be yours without danger of loss through

needs to know, but it Is definite and wagon and kept covered with damp to file his return and pay the tax on fro t.

,. Important. And this information was sacks, or they may be placed in the time. A copy of tho form desired Canco

r, boiled down to the last degree. moisture holding material that came may be obtained on request writtenor keeping frost Smudge Pots in your field, 100 to an acre, will raise the temperature
packed around the roots. In either out and trope safe. These heaters in construction
are simple
Pictures adorn all oral ,
12 pages, in most atthe office of Collector D. T. easily stored
only tree at time shouldbe durable and long burning. They take the
of case, one a Gerow gamble out of trucking
cases pictures various phases of or any of the branch oflloew. by loss
farm or home activity. taken from the wagon and planted I In view of the fact that it is not preventing through frost or heavy rains which come in the late season.

II' The calendar i ii distinctly of and'e' otherwise soil the. roots will dry out before possible to determine, at this time, Refer to your past experience. What would you have made if you could i
for Florida. The 192.1 issue numbered the is placed around them. the class of have saved ;your those
return which will be required crop years when vegetables were hard to get at
When the tree Is in and the any t
line
at ?
'. A small price Add to that
0,000. number the
have been by 1010A taxpayers whose better prices, year after year, that you could have
reserved to take care of special re- proper depth, place the top soil on names now appear on the lists of the realized had you( sold) :your fruit on the early; markrt. sIn
the roots and make it firm with the
quests.No. district, I have decided to mail both
I feet, being careful that the lateral blank forms 1010A and 1040 to all Pot can these make figures is abooluto proof of the extra profits that Canco Smudge

a Worm In a ncaUhy C.ii.J roots are in their natural position. 10IOA taxpayers, and the taxpayercan for you.

AllchUclren troubled with Wurnit ;save ,. When the hole is three-fourths filled then select form r
L u" on which
proper
hmthrrulur.! whktt 1..IICRte..px'rhle al! v 1 t"_" add several gallons of water. After to make his return.HOW'S This i coupon win bring complete information con

inn." i M-ni'sTASrel.Esscuiu..v I. more orlru> I MomaUi...1C ui i IJ >L.dilrryovr. .. row. I the water has been absorbed fill the I cemfDac.noo Smudge Pots. It places you under no ob-

(larly f.-rtwe.-rthreewreIi MI'.i.i hole completely with soil
.r ligation. Fill it hi and mail it.
'mprevetIirdlt..itIt .ncluitiMai"i"'r t:*i r ;.1 THIS ? r
,L.a'uctcr.' .. PruningAll
: >ihrwhnl.N.a'm. N iu 'urhr
: .w' Hi: i! st-el tha vTRANSPLANTING. '''A.",n.' ,. '. I the pruning at the HAU/9 CATARRII MKDICINB will
j Its IV" ,., ....,,11.. Pieswi. 'i necessary do what we claim for It-rM your .yatem
i time of planting U just enough to o CBtarrh.HAJ.IVS( Catarrh. or Deafneie cau.e
: PECAN TREESBy balance the top and the root, favor- CATARRH MEDICINE con- covro
ing the latter to some extent. Thus lilt of an Ointment which Quickly :: rp "-r,
Relieves the catarrhal Inflammation and MACHINERY :. =:,
.. ( J. II. Blackmon, Pecan Culturist) the top should be cut back from a the Internal Medicine a Tonic which'

The pecan is growing in popularity third to a half, while the roots need ate Surface throuirhj*, thus the aeeieung Hlno.1 on to reetore the Mucous normal I -.an ........-.. w
to have only all broken bruised condition. COMPANY
or
and importance: in Florida. Its cul- cut Hold by: druKglita for over 4O Tear. .......... M .._..__ .
parts otmaking smooth cut .e.
ture promises to become a major industry r. J. Cheney A Co. Toledo O. fin Florida
I' .: with the knife in order that the part BOY II". a. world 1Ik4 ttai.U&Uoe -)
in the
,. northern half of the ( ) of
state. In order to meet the requests will heal over readily.To POTATO AlENe ANXIOUSTO 10 Qt. She: lierthe-- c.- ......... ..... 1 y.ur_. t

of persons desiring to start plantings PREVENT DISEASES I" L au Meta.4 that Sal. Bess asst
(large or small) of this tree, the following Cure a Cold In One Day iz;o err.d a:sa: American Can Company. "UP& mr Y any 1nIF.

general instructions have been ,rk'orUb.LAXATIVE'sulh( .nd BRONO H.adj QUININECTuhkt<'he and work oc* }' :h "The best is never: too good" U a awe, Toledo, Ohio ..... ....__..__..._...
compiled for publication: i Cuid E: N.movEJ1 aauewn.5..eab.a. ** ale sq being used by certain potato -
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NOTICE TO CII VCTORS FORTY AVOItKMEN: IE.\I IN TEXT! OF NIaV'.AX IULI. FOLLOWS ) !
: NEWS ITEMS OF BUSY LAWTEY .( .
Office of the St .'I I Koad: Department ) ; STAKCII FACTOHY EXPLOSIONItluwt SIELLO.VS SC( GJ;8'110S-i: YOUR BODY NEEDS

Tallahassee Fl.. Dec 20, 1923.

Sealed proposals Kill be receivedat I -- and Flumes Following CuiiHodly l'rt'JlOMt'" !Several I Hundred Amendments :, STRENGTH OF IRONTHIRTY
Ijnvtey Jan. 11.-Earl Roberts and Henry Dennett, of Jacksonville, is
this office until 11 o'clock on|l'
noon Clifton Brown returned to their stu- transacting business in town this Oilitt. Itelief of OllicialsI to the Revenue Laws I
the 15th day of .1 1'IlIry., 1921, for years ago rliyaioianii
dies at Gainesville Monday after week.
the construction ot'rl.r/: following; sec spending the holidays at their homes i I Tekin, III.\ January 3..-Upward of The complete text of the new lax I Mnngnn!to prescribe because it Gudo'4 provided -

tions of road. I here. Misses Gladys Joyner and Della two score of workers possible vic- bill recently made public by Chairman a form of iron \\'hhhVa>*

Hard surfacing //I'luin( cement concrete ''I I[, Blanchard were visitors to Starke on tims of an explosion und tiro\ which Green of the house ways and \ easily digrv.iteil and, did not affect

asphalt concrete sheet as F. II. tonic and children of Starke Tuesday. early today destroyed two buildings menns committee, which met when the tent h. Now need Is tho I Benson Your when
it.
especially druggist -
phalt and bituminous macadam on I Wl'rC visitors here Friday. I ;! of the Corn Products Company plant congress reconvened on January' :tnl I 1 you him itin oath liquid and! tablet

rock base and K inch rock base only) J. E. )Hodges was a visitor to the I here, still were missing tanigbt. Today to complete Its study of till sweeping I Free Trial Tablets t T" see for vuu..lt,

including concrete curb and gutters.. Mrs J.V.. Barber and the employment office issued a revisions by the ,, the nimllti-Utillillnic
Mr. and county seat Tuesday. j proposed value of Oudo'M. I'pptii.Mikniini.vilu) < IIMIIW|
Project No. .r 72, Road No. 13, Brad 'children were visitors to Starke last i i statement listing between :'M and 10 t rn Ion. I for Ritni-rolix Trial I'nrkHip. of Ti"hM.". Hotnlno
monry jtixt mud ililrvn to
neon
ford county Length 7.3. '
e Tuesday. Charlie Wilkerson of Maxville was persons as dead or missing 2 in- In all its features/ the bill follows At. J. llruluinlmuh Co,113: warren St., N. Y.6ude's .
Project No. 594, Road No. 13, Brad- i Jured in hospitals, 11 probably fatality '
i in town the recommendations previously I
ford county, Length 0.1. :Miss Eunice Whiteheu'd' spent Saturday Saturday.George hurt and II injured removed( to public by Secretary Mellon. It matll'I'

Hard surfacing (plain cement concrete and Sunday In Starke with tell Anderson their homes.
i was attending to pones several hundred amendment :

asphaltic concrete short as- i, atives. business in Starke Monday. Supt. 11. U. Luwton tonight issued of the existing revenue law many of peptoJVlanganTonic ,
phalt and bituminous" macadam on : I
I an official statement to the elTwt that them of a highly technical nature and
rock base and 8 inch rock base only) and Blood EnricherttutIJette:5
I David Boyer returned home Mon- he could not tell how ninny were killed designed to put un end to tux evasions -
Including; drainage: structures and awtey W. C. T. U. met at the ......
concrete curb and gutter. day from Inglis where he .spent two schoolhouse Tuesday Jan. 1. The ns some workmen may have left and many others dealing with
the with --- -- -- --
weeks with friends. plant checking out. the changes advocated by Mr. Mellonin
Project No. 607 Road No. 13, Brad president, Mrs. J. B. Rowe openedthe I ,.
The explosion caused probably/ by income and other tux schedule
with
ford county Length 51. meeting; a Scripture readingand
J. E. Bohannan was a visitor over Mrs. T. J. Terry. led in | One of tho principal revisions provided -
All work to be done in accordance prayer. :
. to Jacksonville Sunday. l vio-lence. : in the bill Is a reduction of auI"tax
t. with plans and specifications of the Mrs B. Perkins read 'from the Good I
I which would begin nt one
state road department. News a piece on Christian Citizenship percent
" A certified check or bidder's bond | Zack Roberts, of Hastings, visited The Jubilee entertainment was this afternoon that if it were possible on net incomes from $10,000 to II

I relatives here last week., that the missing had survivedthe $12,000; would provide an additionalone
made payable to the chairman of the discussed and it was decided to haveit
explosion and fire their lives cent for each additional $2I I
state road department in the sum of on Wednesday evening Jan. 16. per
L I) five ((5) per cent of the amount bid i! C. F. Barber of Macclenny, was the The ladies enjoyed. a recitation by would by that time have been ended 000 up to $30,000( ; one per cent additional I
truest Saturday and Sunday of Mr. Doris by the cold.Nearly for the next $1,000; and would

must accompany each proposal. Mrs. J. W. Barber. Tracy. all the dead missing and then add cent for each ( I r
and one per (1,000
: Plans may be examined at this of. This body tries to make the meetings I([ I +4 1itR&tLMatthewsto
injured are American residents of thu up to a maximum of 25 per cent on
and want all of
flee or at the offices of the division engineers interesting they
be obtained I Mrs. M. E. Edwards, Edward Ed- the ladies to attend and show that little town whose 13,000 people were \i, net incomes'- of $100,000 or more.Under .
or
may upon application
relatives torn with similar grief |In 1917 when .
wards and Stella Barrett visited Interested in thfr chil- the present law, surtaxes
they really
to this office for the sum of are '
| in Starke Tuesday. the river steamer Columbia bore 86 begin at one per cent on net Income
$5.00 'each, which amount will be refunded dren of our town and community.Mr. i
rvkin excursionists to a grave in the I between $0,000 and $IOOIX and scale
if returned in good
plans are
condition by a bona fide bidder within I Mrs. II. C. Wimberly and daughters and Mrs. James Godwin of Illinois river. !.'I I upward to a maximum of GO per cent w rat)
Misses Beth and Winifred, were There was no official who would j on net incomes exceeding 00,000.(
and
10 days after bids have been received. I Starke spent Saturday Sunday
i\ visitors here Friday. here with relatives.] venture a guess as to the possible :i The new bill also provides that the NEW YEAR 1
The right is reserved to reject any
all bids. i I cause of the explosion. It was admitted 1'normal tax on incomes should be :III Tile Inililt of ixnirm1. of the f

or II. B. PHILIPS j E. J. Roberts was called to Baldwin The freezing weather of Sunday and however that a spark sufficient I per cent where it It now -I per (cent iijtTHitl| (! In to speak of lurnInit 1

J. L. CRESAP Chairman. Monday on account of the illness Monday played havoc with the straw- to cause/ the blast might have come I j and 0 per cent where it now -is H per I over a new. lunf. It IM felt 4w I
: of his daughter, Mrs. Marion Oliver. from friction or from defective electric I cent reduction which the treasury
State Highway Engineer.; 12-28-2t erry shipping for the next few weeks -a Hindi it IH-W loaf DM It l III it

TELEGRAPH'S HONOR ROLL .r-: The plants were heavily loaded with wiring: or from a lighted match i j estimates will result In a Ions of revenue now IXMI' u new imrixxu1, a nwpolicy ;I

j Mrs. T. J. ; and daughters, berries and blossoms. Quite a good or cigarette. <, of $!>1 ,000,000) n year. a new prophecy, the t.

--BANK STATEMENT Misses Florrle Joyce and Claudia, i many crates were shipped last week How the spark was set will always Provision also is (made in tho hill\ worM nvudrt. I Ir.t.t
condition of the Bradford
f the
Report visited relatives in South Florida on I remain a mystery. Supt. Lawton said that 25 cent of "earned incomes" \ "
County Hunk at Stark in the mat of Florida and prospects were good for a car per Ult make resolutions, even'
tea., at the elnio of bualnn December. 31.' Friday and Saturday. II | load by the latter part of this week. he believed workmen never brought/ '' which is defined IIH wages salaries! U. IVe break them. If we full

lUaoureea tobacco or matches to work and for and professional fees, shall bl' counted let UM try try again until vn
All loam and dlneounui. ________ +78,111.8overdraft 4 -
'* ________________--__- 2,808.44 I Miss Eva Futch of Jacksonville is j' Herbert Ritch, of Starke was in merly were searched to insure that' as exempt in computing Income suud. We are enjoined not

United Slock. State aeeurltlc bond., etc._ -.______.-_-_..___.____ 62,850 603 fllunkirm 00 spending: a few days here with her (i town on business Saturday. TIO matches were carried. Later, how I tax return The! greater part of this I to jlIJ to temptation, for yli-Ul-

house furniture, fix turn- 30,0110.00" parents Mr. arid Mrs G. L. Futch. j ever it was said an appenl wall made exemption in expected to full to theme I ''tDII Is tin Each victor will

Other from real incorpora---------------entate 10"S,331.21Pu. .120.on I Carl Woolen was transacting busi- to the honor and self-interest "f the I having small Incomes' with the result help u> some other to will. If

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Cash items ?'252I! Robert and Leonard. Taylor were workers which proved more elTerlive. the reduction of
Cash on hand ._nn__________ t2.268.8S nes sin Starke Thursday. treasury expects I that negative truth )Ie valuable, .
visitors to Starke Monday. There were one million pounds of 'J7/i)0,0)0! () () from this section alone. side it U
j the poaltlve of more
Total ________________.____883.882,10Reoourc. i i
.. I S. Sapp, of South Jacksonville wasthe starch in the buildings/ destroyed and The bill proposes the outright repeal valuable. \

Capital SurnliM fun tock _paid_ ___in_n-____________.--_.____- IS.OOO.Ot 40.000.on Elbert :Moore of Highland was in guest of his family here Sunday. which Chief Chemist Sherman said of the present taxes on telegrams I i'' 0 Try even though you taIL

Undivided Front' Held ___ _._._ 214.BT I
taunt
Dividend due, -Jan. 1. nUn IOU __u__.-_ 000.00 !I A. A. Crews, cf Highland was a starch of this moisture content could theatre/ mimlsHiuns and of certain I brine Arise t and try attain, for

Savings Individual d-po.lt.deposits. | _'subject_ _____to___cltecU.372.wn.78____00211.181.05 J. E. Goodfellow, of Lakeland wm! visitor here Sunday. have produced explosive dust sufficient other nuisance tuxes!, including the I ilio mountain i>oak you shall
CMihlur') Chucks ouUtanding" ____ QH8.70 transacting business in Lawtcy Mon. ;( to cause the extreme damage I levies on silver plated flat silverware, '' f>ach. Ho not tull.t.h"rl'lI.! the
future U juiim He nut short .
Total ___unu. __'_ _B53.6B2.19 day. !Hie Quinine ;.atlotsholAiled) llt'! HeedBerfln done tho plant was a thing that/ he it pencils and fountain pent, selling for i IglittMl. I tlio horUon IM oitomlixl,
State of Florid. County of Bradford.. .*. : of Its tonic end ,laftfttlve / L .< could not I '
** effect explain. not more than $1 I. and clocks and! lIe i not llttl, this world IM l big l
the ahovenantl
I. J. H. Bitch rash rof T1IIWMII: QUININE (t'tabeu) b taken
l bank do solemnly awrar that the above Mrs. J. H. Carrodine was a visitorto t by jnyon' vitnout rimn4 nnrvoimneim can *r'nuingir ) As darkness closed about the workers I watches selling fir not more than $.;. Ito not human only clod I Is ynuffrlvud.
statement la true to the brat. of my knowledge !I..id E W.GKOVt: S .U'ilt'ir" "n !.a 'U* train wrecker still Ho not look at I tlia felt
and .belle?. Jacksonville Monday. a was pulling I The administrative feature nt thebill
urns of l last year. Look at the
J. II. RITCH.! I'autionxly lit the wreckage of five for .
include
provision creatinga
a material of next out of
Cashler.N. year
Cornet Aft : The hen that lays is the hen that
'1'. RTCH) Mrs. B. L. Blanchard was called to box earn in which nine loaders went I board of tax nppcalx, romnnned of j .Which yo'l cnn construct "uoCIMW. >
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W.). M.T. WEEK3.C INWAN.. Dlrwlow.Suhncrlbed :Melrose\ last week on account of the I, pay to their death. The explosion occurred not less than 7 nor mere than :2S! fortune> and favor. Tile
!
and worn; to before me this End death of her sinter, Mrs. A. F. Torlay. at n time when only about 75 men members! appointed for 10 year terms prophesy,! of the future in preK-
day of J.nUMI'I1024., I I slant wllli primiiorlty, prngrowt ,
A. 8 CREWS.Public. were lit work. Of these 28 are knownto nt salaries of $10,000) each by the secretary \ and power. If Jesus Christ doc '

Notary Rev. H. G. Eaton of Jacksonville i j him- escaped. The larger plant, of the treasury without senate '' not return before the year piitU

The pecan is a good shade tree as filled his appointment at the First employing Hvvvral hundred men, had confirmation. The board would there will ho, from a human

well iruiter. Who was it who church Sunday. I' cloned for the ht. standpoint unlimited prouruo
as a Baptist I rw- nll< hear and determine CaMel! Involving t aAJ power, These things should
called It "double-barreled"! tree ? lie I Relief work and \
a began immediately the assessment uf taxes, but both the make UN a<>rlon* bocauiie we

wasn't wrong. Prof. and Mrs. Lonnie Futch, of | j i iI the injured were removed to hospital]. government and the taxpayer would nmxl more humility and grsc*

.. Lake Butler, spent the holidays here I in Pi-kin and Peoria while the Peoria be privileged to appeal any decisionto I t In the moment of disaster and
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'!n.1"1'" "", C., ....., with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. fire joined the local fighters tiearx and progress than we du
"" .: :, nAil.! i" < ...-- department the courts.NOTICE I II In Ole tnoniRDt of disaster and

LO.II'iY.I..", ,., '". ,'....., :-.Vs-'.. Futch. I Mrs. Mildred Plpkia, ef I in attacking the flames. Bodies I sorrow a
? ...
I.wl.lm ,,; '. _..,-;::[ R. P. D. 8, Columbia T. of between 25 and 30 men could\ be or STOCKHOLDERS MElTING The new year Is brfor you

I -I.-. .....". "". '" S. ..".) \-:;=)& The many friends of Rev. and Mrs.E. I YJI: "My expensed with seen in the ruins but the heat pre Nutie mwtlnv I I. hereby of th*given._kll that<,.....tM.* or iHwular the Unitforil annual Mice It, uiw It, go through Ie.an.1 .
.
..... ..- ,. '-i/ umber of at Its end shall lw
.. ," ...... ./.J.J D. Boyer went to their home on I Cardud hu covered a vented attempts to reach them. The County flank will be held In Ire banking you a
In Stark. Florida, Tueaday. Jan worth\
room on letter man more to the
RJ1J Fyi i: / t:' aI new year's night and gave them a I yeart. Nineteen year ago wrecked box cars received the especial a. 1 IV24. at 7 :su p m.. to lMt a board of : world, end the world. shall( lay
1 dow with weak back. 1WM directors for the fur/ and tranaanttuh yl
pounding with a lot of good things. got attention of the retcueri. For other ... ..a'u mar earn before them. I at your feet. Its garland of
towii and .. weak and I ,
nm- 1. H. RITCH. Ie'
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gro"1i '
A pleasant evening was spent. 1 sometime i after the explosion the Im- It CaahUr. '
I aervons 1 bad to stay .. M4.I I IItAITER'R
prisoned men shouted. for help but
; I Mrs. M. E. Patterson was, a visitorto I read of this afternoon all became quiet. Two BALE .
that ands and
I Nolle la hereby alvan bit]
I Jacksonville Thursday. of the cars were reached late today virtue or that .rUiln Anal d er.. of for** "He who starts a forest fire oughtto
H.... mad and rnuVrd on ttannibcr 12. "
iir* be arrested for said the .
'FIREiIs and the bodies of nine men recovered. A. ft. 19!.i. t>r Hon. A. V. Judge of th* al'1&on.
George Mann, of Green Cove was' CARDOI Scouting the idea that any of the Eighth j Judicial.: drs.I i. In; rtaln::1'f Ilr.dfur4l whereIn '1 welfare worker. Not quite right-
saws" -
I here Wednesday with his father John workmen in the ill-fated buildings of u.Jiu..Kr.Ih.lnlet"-I: : I and !Toni' he ought to be shut at sunrise
I Yells and Kdna rails, hi/* wlf. an j
S Mann. the plant had violated their oath of ant, the andnil.n'd will over fur .ar..d'i!
I will Mil to th* hlihait and best bidder for i Over 10 per cent of the citrus fruit
honor and had attempted to light a
Woman's'TOnlc aah. In front of the otirthouM la Hurk" I IHradford
it Your House? Dist. Supt. J. J. Treadwell, of St.Augustine Tto I clgaret while at work the chief chemist county, Florida on M..ndaltho 4th harvested In thi* state if Injured by
day of February A. U. 1924. during the legalhours
long stems
clipper cuts
held third or pulled
quarterly con-
and tent for it. I Iloobonlyall' said tonight the most probable ex- of lbs purpo* of atlafylaaald
I
Fr I'I Terence at the home of Mrs. M. E. final' .s-o; th* following-) : ** and bruised fruit. Every injured
drives the
a planation was the belt in .
i iI bottle at that time ud it helped MtaUr, ling and wins In Bradford county.Horlda. .
Ouijbusiness is to protect Edwards Sunday afternoon. On account and building hail created a spark of static to-wHi fruit is potentially a decayed fruit.- J.
me; seemed to strengthen In niocli. Two of J. M.
On (
Jot II) 19)
I you-large and small of the freezing weather the services !I build me right up. So that .U I electricity. John lubdlvlalon of the Northeast Quarter of 1 ------
scheduled at Grace church were Northeast. Quarter of Section 81. Township 4Houth.
I II how I tint knew of Cafdul.U Range: 22 Eat *.,untalaln on. aora I
Best Reliable Companies I postponed. Alter that, when I began to .= Doc Hiller says: Every garden mora or ".. A. S. CROWS I COFFINS & CASKETS t

I Quick Adjustments I D get weak and 'no account', I 8 A should have a variety of green vegetables flpnelal. Muter In Chanoery.'. Aa4 a Full Mne of
Mrs. May Mosley Eberaon of Jacksonville and it Greens that be eaten D. 1':. KNinUT.Kolloltor .
sent niht for Cardui, can raw for Complainant. 1-4-61-2-1 Undrlaklt'
I DON'T LOSE : I'! is spending a few days here I I never faded to help me." are even mare effective than cooked I II ---SupplmAUTOMODILB -

: SEE US { with relatives before Joining Mr. Eb- t Ii If you are weak and suffering II tones, but for the sake of variety I NOTICE Or STOCKHOLDERS: MEETING. i, HEARSE
I Notlc I la Mnbv'gln that the regular annual
II I I erson in Miami where he has secured from womanly ailments Cardul both kinds should be eaten every day. meetintf of th* atockholiler: of the Law.ley I .. ...,* on hanH. The beat ...'
I employment. vhat need. I State Bank will b* ncld In Its bankl( .... .
.
\ ; may be Just you 11I1 room In JA.'.', Florida on '10101.I.n.. the lowrat prices. SpaI .
Peek & Perryman i o Take Cardui. It baa helped i. Nothing like the poultry show to 8.rH.\ at x 100 p. m.. to elect. a board of I ... alt'ntlon to Ul i T. J. Terry ;: visitor to Bald- thousands and ought to help the director for th* ciwulna yar and. leeriest I Registered Eatbalmer
put poultry and their owner on sub. othey bualneaa a* may *mn* bef ire them.J. -
Telephone 83 win Monday. .i you map. It. W. BARBER.Caablar..
n and cleated.l II I DeWITT
Starke I At aU druzzica': C. JONES

j I I L. II. Hill was transacting; business l m. F? VT Tobacco spray putt plant lice out A good slogan "A garden for every STARKE. FLA
e1avnr
asr- vzev 1'1
; in Starke- Monday. 'Qa --...c..aQ.J. C II of running.. country home." 0'- ..... '





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.- .PAGE crater BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA F DAY, JANUARY 11, 1921.Blink's '


I electing officers for the ensuing year. W. C. T. U. MEETING-

m:: Letter 1 The election resulted as follows: [ Scc'y Wallace Out' |Iles Magnus

r Saturday Night I, President John Hagan. Tuesday afternoon the W. C. T. U _

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Vice president Annie May Wheeler. held their regular business meeting
I --
: Secretary, Kathryn Weest. at three o'clock at the Methodist
,, could and Pa lied he couldn't and he '
Starke Fla., j Treasurer Annie May Pearce. church. .
lied he could and I guess Ma was frald Novilla. The 4
January 5, 1024 Corresponding secretary, president Mrs. Arthur Wood

Dere Bub: I he would so she changed the subject King. led the meeting, and after the regular .

I nnd sed Pa haint them oranges on The following committees were appointed business routine arrangementswere
o I1 It is Saturday Night again and anI''got thet tree over there and Pa sed they 7' '
made for Jubilee
V : a meeting on Ar
l your letter yesterday I had better I warnt and Ma she sed they was cause Social committee, Hilda Durden. the evening of the 10th inst., at the

rite you again.. You sed you read they looked like it and, Pa sed If she I Sick committee Ruth Will lama. Methodist church. Mrs J. F. Colley I ?r
,
:\ my I letter to Boany and Plop an 11 I knew so much what did jdie asked Group captains were appointed a s I J I and Mrs. H. M.\ Snyder were appointed !
I him for and then Mr. chief he sed I
follows: to solicit new members for the
I,
Just bet they are jealous cause they
him to
they was and Pa then asked
haint around and in the Group 1, Herbert Durden. union.
traveling sec I
+' world.( You sed that' Plup aed that drive past again so that he could far see Group 2, Vestal Wheeler. Mrs. Wood read an interesting paper
them. By that time we was so
\ Ho bet when I back that he wud en the work and method of the
come I lied he did
; be lick well past them that Mr. Chief Mrs. J. Allen Entertains Association Against the Prohibition,
1 1a bier enough to me you
not have time to go back. We turn-
:' Just tell old Plup that I could Just Mr. Chief On Thursday evening, Jan. 3rd Mr" Amendment. > ;,
l'', r walk all the way back there and lick ed a corner and purty soon and Mrs. J. Allen entertained! the I Arrangements were made fur the ti A., s
the
stopped and said right in there la
: 1 him!! when I got there and that he young people in honor of the Senior, annual dues paying social to be held I
man want tolee end piled us out
you the
last of this month.
I" halnt coin to /grow no more'n I am. boys class of the Christian Sunday
of his car Above the door was a big
He will have to come down here if he school. The dining room and living/

r think he can lick me cause Pa sed sign/, that said* Stroup Farm Agency stroupwas I room were artistically decorated with TWENTIETH:" CENTUIfc:" CLUI
and Pa sed nu guessed: Mr.
that he liked it hero and was going And the holiday colors of red and white ENTERTAINED
the feller he wanted to nee.
to make a lot of Money and didn't I I Chrysanthemums and poinsettias ad-
about that time big out
a man came
; think ho ever would go back to dud a festive touch, making it quitea Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Peek entertained -
of the door towards u., he had on
I
: sum' Hollow where he had to I'os-I( that'I charming aITair.I the Twentieth Century Club and
dandy new looking: high boots
death or get out end cut wood all Numerous games were played and a few friends Thursday evening:' at

I r.r :' i*...; winter. Gee Bub It is just like spring: I laced that I clear been up wan the tin front, you, just know the kind the I delightful music enjoyed. A beautiful 1 their attractive home which was dec {"" "'""CA.";"'''' .'

down here sorter makes a fellow solo, Love Sends a Beautiful Gift of orated with choice Radiance roses. Rellltor111: nll, Johnson. :Minnesota
dirt fnrin
kind that Abe who lives over on the <>r. lohv a few thin
want to go in awl mm in but I haint Roses, was rendered by Miss Free Five tables were laid for auction streams to Sec'y of Agriculture Wallace In n challenge\ faillklng
-'r creek has, well thats them only better bridge, and the resulted In N. Now :Magnus): has challenged for a bucksaw contest.
> hud time yet cause Pa finds somethln lookln. Well Pa reached out his Wynn. game happy In victory. content Sotf' Wallace was

for me to do every dap helping to Delicious refreshments were Served Sternterg making: high more for tile \ .
hand and! this feller reached out his
; git things fixed up and Ma 88y_that at the conclusion.A men, and Miss Jeanette Durden making
hand and Pa sed he wax wantin! to see
' c If Pa don't get things! fixed like she his deli fitful timo was) had by all. high for the ladies. As prizes,
feller said
and this
a' wants them who will go back to Possum Mr. Stroup Out of town guests were S. E. Ritch I 1MI''. Sternberg received a knife, and "ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR...HE KNOWS" .
Pa sod
and againhe I
,t Hollow and Pn Hays no she wont name was Inmen of Starke and Frank Strickland of Miss\. Durden was presented with a''I
lookin for Mr. Stroup and For over 35 year. the E. O. Painter Fertilizer Company hat furnished Florida
was .
II I ",:. ny.I.. sI pair of hand-painted candlesticks and i
r' and Ma says yen she will and Pa v. (
I ; I 'with( fertilizer The continued
' then Inmen lied Mr. Stroup was i in grower* patronage of .xperionc"d grower give
.:11. orange candles. Mrs. E. L. i:
Diggs
NO wont and 111says 3LESlio
; nays you New York and Pa sed thats too bad I : proof of .nti factory result.
t" i will and Pa wimen don't' E. J. made low, and was given as a
and
says Dowling family of Jacksonville
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I! '. that lie wanted to see him and, want- lation conso-j COULD BETTER FERTILIZER BE MADE WE WOUD aUKS IT.
: know there own mind, noway and then former residents of Hampton prize a set of bridge I

Ma\ says she thinks wimen have /got ed to know when ho would be here have returned here. Their many I Homo! made candies were served I Write For N..w Fall Price LI... Jut I....... 1 I
and he sod he didn't know an Ma .
4 : more scnce than men most the time friends welcome them. during the game and after the warding E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Co. Jacksonville Fla
I, punched Pa and Bed klnda soft like I of the l. j
hostess
: anyway and then Pa says they haint --- prizes served chicken
that wed better wait Pa he
maybe ,
If' got it when they need It an the whole salad hot rolls pickles, cocoa with
r,;. Qtr truble with wiinen is they Ret worked seems to think that Ma was butting: Dr. Middleton of Starke, was a I I whipped cream and fruit cake. The met Monday afternoon at the home White and the Misses Ray will be
visitor here
profeaisonal
.. in and klnda get up strait and ask this week. of
l\Jrs..L. A.
Davis West Madison
favors each on the hostesses.
:. up about little things and dont no I. on plate were roses,
If he workin for Mr. Stroup and
was
; street.
now' to keep cool when things worthwhile [ sweet pens and ferns.
: he sod he was an could tell us all bout Rev. Jones filled his appointmenthere the
,1' I comes up and( Ma told Pa she Those enjoying the evening were The newly elected president Mrs. Nicotine-sulphate spray helps
the golden opportunities for the farmer at he Baptist church last Sun. Mr. and :Mrs. strawberry plant good strawberries
F. F. Mr. produce
raw how cool he was in Jacksonsvitto Stump and W. E. Middleton, presided over the
right here. he know every inch day: Mrs. J. W. Andrews Jr. Dr. and MrsE. -helps by killing plant lice
and Pa told her to shet up that wi men ? meeting and there were thirteen of
of the dark brown loamy soil with a :. L. Mr. and Mrs. those pesky suckers of plant juices.
never could ferget enything and then Biggs, O. L. Beas- the members present and two visitors

i. hu went out to the barn. I !guess its clay subsoil and he could show us the Capt. L. A. Odom, of Jacksonville ley Mr.\ and Mrs. A. S. Crews Mr. : Mrs. J. E. Wilson, of Gtiines-

bumper crops were fellers was makIng '" was a visitor here Friday. and Mrs. Wyman Mr. and The pecan is a dependable tree,
Jest the excltment of being In a new Mrs. G. ville and Mrs. L. C. Ray.
+1 place thet gets on Pas nor vs. all kinds. of money raising just M. Inman Mr. and Mrs. N. SternbergW. a real opportunity. But too ofj Ir.given j

c, -I I about everything and couldn't keepup H. L. Crews and family who have M. Wainwright Mrs. D. T. Clark Among other business it was decided ten we fail to do this just as we ,

almost fergot to start where I he talked so fast and sed a lot been located in the Futch cottage on of Jacksonville, Miss Jeanette Dur- to give a silver tea for lie pur- to do with many other dependable ,I .

I left of last Saturday night. When we more, an Pa just sat there and when Main street have moved this week toa den, of Tampa. pose of buying new hymn books for things. ., '

got off! the train at Starks Ma sed Pa could ask' about somethin this fel point near Jacksonville where Mr. the church. Mrs. L. A. Davis Mrs.

? she felt more at home than in Jacksonville ler would Yes sir' we got it right A. Z. Adkins and Mrs. E. K. Ferryman 1
: say / Crews has accepted a position as section IN: HONOR OF MRS. FRAZEE As the new year opens hope, in .
and Pa sed of course folks here and after while Pa sod) he guessed foreman with the Seaboard were appointed a committee to the breast of the man of the soil,

that hud never traveled couldnt he I this was where he wanted to stay Mrs N. 11. Wainwright gave a delightful arrange for the.silver tea. springs eternal. Hard luck may have

expected to enjoy themselves In thus I I and he sed( yen sir he had just whatwe General Martin and family left this rook party Thursday after- The study circle will meet the third caught him the year before, but he is
city like he did !Ma started i 1
( to suvsomething wanted a nice little place with a week for McRoe where they expectto I' noon in honor of her sister Mrs. J. Monday in this month. Mrs J. W. never licked. He's a fighter.

: bark when another one ')t strawberry patch house and barn reside L. Frazee, who has recently comehe..e
them fellers like was in Jacksonville -
I gray: mu.lo cow pig 'ncverything: and from New York City to make

: with a blue suit an gold buttons ctop- Pa got\; so excited, he wa going: to Mr. Dyed: and family I of Graham, ;her home.

peel ,up only this teller had a J gold take it rite away but !Ma sodshe ore occupying the Saxon cottage. Roses, narcissus and, potted plants I I Go To Look Into German Finance I.
badge on that sed chief on it nnd ho I.
wanted to see it and Pa Bed, she didnt were used, to make the
rooms more
,.. was smilln so Pa I cues saw he was
need to and Ma sed she did an Pn sed j attractive. The hostess, Mrs. Wainwrivht
.. not; going to bless him out; s" Pa ask she didnt wimen should leave -
cause wore a handsome black lace I
ed him if he was' acquainted round such things up to there husbands. In- i dress, and the honor guest, Mrs. Fra- c e"1a, enQ

t here and this' chief snid he w4" head men acted like he was blttin nervu* A'e/
utiLtfU ; was gowned in silk
of the police force and I'n end he L 0 gray crepe,
wan like hp thot they Will going to have i : lj elaborately beaded with which she

P pleased to meet him an he asked Pawhere it right there and Ma sed she couldnt worn harmonious accessories.

he was goin: and Pa lied he
.
trust Pa and so he sed for us to get Progressive rook was played and

dldnt know yet. Pa showed him a let in his cur and go to see it Pa was so MJCILE JOHNS BIRTHDAY PARTY it the close of the afternoon It, was
ter from his pocket and this fellersaiil
rr mad hecouldnt say nothing so he FRIDVY found that Mrs.\ D. T. Clark, of Jack-
he knew who Pa wanted to see drove us out and Ma said she liked
s lonville, had made the highest
,9 an'to fret in his car an he would take tho place when she it and Pa score
I seen Little Miss Lucile Johns celebrated vith Mrs. L. A. Davis aa a close secmd. -
him up.where he was. This chief man sell he knew all the time It all ,
was her birthday Friday by giving a Mrs, Clark presented Mrs. Davie -
was awfulyl nice and sod ha 'hoped
right an it was just wimens nateral merry party to a number of her the prize a dainty hand-made
we would like it here and Pa sed he
kuryosity an you couldnt expect nothing friends at the home of her parents landkerchief. Mrs. E. S. Matthews

( thot he would and Ma sed she didn'tknow. ( else, what it took to get along in Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Johns, on Ninth end, Mrs. J. M. Brownlee made the
When we go tin his machine this world forsite
was a wans like street. wo lowest scores, and therefore drew
little John began to and pretty
cry hisn. Games and music were enjoyed by Iota t for the consolation prize which
Ma sed
soon Mr. chief Johnny wants
arid Ma! says the water's hot an I got: the guests and in a contest Miss Virginia ras a pretty handmade handkerchief
your gold badge Mr. Chief he sed
he cant have it cause he didnt darst to stop so III rite more next time. Weeks won the prize a box of 'he honor guest received a handsome ,t

Yours respectively candy. Towards the close of the evening able cover, edged with filet crochet. y
take it
o/f as it was his emblm of au- VTOCA.T[
BLINKY. refreshments of jello, cake and Besides the honor guest those enJoying
thority and folks wouldnt know who *
hot
he was if he didnt have that. Pa askt PS You tell Plupy what I sed and the chocolate were served. the afternoon were Mesdames Just before setting sail to study the finances of Germany, Stuart M.
Im The guests were Virginia Weeks L. A. Davis A. Z. Adklna W. E. Mid- Crocker, Owen D. Young and Chairman Chas. O. Dawes, shown above,
him what authority he had and he sed) only reson he can talk Is cause
t Elise Jones, Luclle Mitchell Harriet leton, J. II. Ritch, E. K. Perryman, visited. Washington for a conference with President Coolidge and Secptnr. -
not there.
folks
to put in jail and he sell he > .\ Hughes
Ritch, Hazel .Mlddleton( Irma Johns, F, II. Long, J. M. Alvarez, H. H.'oung _

of Hampton Mary Can ova, Florence D. C. Jones, P. E. Canova, E.

.NEWS.ITEMS. .and Elizabeth Andrews Ruth Stern- E!, Cunova, Ed. R. NetT W. L. Wall,

1.\\ HAMPTON LOCAL berg, Gussle :Mae Benett Elizabeth J. M.\ Brownl.V V. nft.Na n nf 5
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Kendrick.- nn, -Eiin-pno-?-..- .".....tthom.....ic..o. tmilllllj o___..: Sistrunk(: M/Snyder;, J.: W. 'Killian, i

Sternberg, Joseph Thomas Comet' I of Black :Mountain, N. C., E. S. Matthews I
,
Mr. Collins, of Macon, Ga, was a per cent.
Long, Owen Griffin Glenn S. T. EAT AND BE MERRYVisit
I visitor here Tuesday. The daily cry is Where can I renta Hedges J. Clark of Jacksonville,
I G. Alvarez, Don Hoover and Miss
house in your town Many .esl-! : James\! Wil I Amelia Ray. I II

+ dences by two families. liam( Brow nice, S. T. Dell, Carlyle
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Nimmo of San are occupied Hitch. MRS. SCOTT ENTERTAINED:"
t CIR
The to build
Diego: Cal are guests of Mr. Nim- I citizens are planning CLE "
? NO. ONE: '
homes for the accommodation of the I our Sanitary Market
mo's aunts 1lIalleI.ry) : and Ada MEETING OF WOM.VN'S CLUIIThu 'j
Some of the merchants
people. are
Xlmmo this week. Mr. Nimmo has
,
'! Circle N moving to larger buildings because
keen an 'employe of the U. S. navy their business has to such Woman's Club held the first sionary Union of the Baptist church '

yard for five years and will continue' grown an meeting of the year at tho clulouHe met Monday afternoon with Mrs. F.I!(

his work. In San Diego on his return. I I extent the public that in they small can't buildings accommodate the Wednesday afternoon afternoon, the subject for A. Scott at her home on Ninth street. SPECIALS i I

being civics. This. was the first meeting: the '
The Paul & Waymer saw milt is At two o'clock .
the class In year and the circle
Her. Jenkins of McIntosh, will parliamentary organized and at- ,
of the recent and
improvements
preach at the Christian church next one law was conducted under the ranged plans for part of the year's i t

Sunday morning and evening. Everybody -I tho Gulf Refining Co. will place their able direction of Mrs. II. II. Young work. It was decided to complete ,, FRESH OYSTERS 75c
oil distributing station here within a At three o'clock the per qt.
invited. regular meet. an.lllend.a quilt to the orphan's home
few weeks. The Southern and Sea- i I,
ing was called\ to order by the presi- -this. work to be done during the Western Pork lb.

board railroads are improving their l..rf...'n .1\f....0.. XT.1. .n'. '.'.'A'.L...'....n/m./ itcports month of January. Circle No. J/ will I i Chops, per 25c

Dr. Biggs of Starke, was a bus-! property here. j were heard from the Loin Steak lb. ..
various committees meet the. lint and third Mondays in ''e per 25c
ness visitor here this week. We not have fertile soil here and
only excellent
an
address on civ- the month. The next meeting will be .. Chuck Steak lb.
but a variety that is suited to most ics was given by Mrs. R. A. Weeks, held with Mrs Ada Sauers. "Stew- per 15c

:Mrs.! M. L. Andrea and daughters all kinds of fruit 'shade. trees and all of Brooker..: ardship and Missions" Is the name of I Round Steak per Ib. 20c

of Leesburg, who have been visiting vegetation. Those who Mrs. Arthur Wood
were engaged president of the the book to be studied for two

Mrs Andrea's parents, Mr.' and Mrs.T. In truck farming lost by the late local W. C. T. U., extended an Invi- by all members of the local : Brisket Stew, 2 lb. 25c

M. Hagan returned to their home freeze but our farmers are noted for tation to the club to attend a Jubilee Circle officers for the year months// Rib Stew 3 lb. '- 25c

last Sunday. their perseverance and in five or sit: meeting at the Methodist church on lected as follows: ,

weeks this fertile soil will make them 1' next Wednesday evening.The Chairman, Mrs. F. A. Scott I Oleomargarine, the very best for pies, cakes

{ Progress of HamptonThe forget their lois. hostesses for the
afternoonwere Co-chairman, Mrs. J. F. Klckliter. and table only
growth of Hampton has for Hampton has a better opportunityfor : Mesdames E. M. Johns, S. R. Secretary Mrs. S. L. Peek. I use 3Sc

years been retarded by the absence of development than any town In the Johns, P. E. John, D. E. Knight, F. Treasurer, Mrs. Ada Sauers.

good roadi, but now the good road county and the citizens are encouraged If. Long, Elmer Lazone and T. N. Mission study leader Mrs. Geo. C. We Serve to Please

are In eight and the regret and anxiety to use every means possible' Kendrick. At the close of the business White. .

lifted from the minds of home advance Its progrosalveness session the hostesses served hot After the business meeting the hostess

loving citizens.: ton says, Come On. I chocolate) and lIandwich!!'.. served light refreshment.

Inquiries are coming: In dally from tOI Vl itors attending: the meeting were Variety Meat MarketNext

other states asking about the population J Mrs. R. A. Weeks, of Brooker; Mrs.r. MEETING OF METHODIST MISSIONARY .'
]location and land sales of Junior B. Y. P. U. MeetingThe
our ; E. Wilson, of Miami; Mrs. J. W. I SOCIETYThe

town. In the last six months the population Junior It. Y. P. U. met last Kllllan 1! : of Black Mountain, N. C., Door to Bank of Starke Phone J 124

of our town has increased 20'( Thursday for the 'i
evening purpose of ind Mrs. Arthur Wood. Methodist +A
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