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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 18, 1924
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Established 1879. .. Sub4crirtlOn-l'er Year $2.00: Six Months :*!\l.0!>-Payable In Advance. E. S. Matthews, Editor and Proprietor.
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VOLUME FORTY-FIVE. STARKE FLORIDA FtUU.\Y, JANUARY? 1921. M'MBER TWENTY-NINE.

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MRS. HAS SETT SHOT BY HUSBAND LAWTEY STATE BANK TEMPO- J BASKET HALL GAMES THIS AFTERNOON ) ROAD BIDS OPENED"
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TUESDAY RAIULY CLOSEDThe Bok Broadcasts Prize Peace Plan
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Surgeons Found it Necessary to Amputate Lawtey State Bank of Lawtey, Friday afternoon at 3:15: the Haw uary 2.1th:)

Right Foot at Ankle was closed Wednesday by order of I 1 thorn high school girls and boys' bucket -

the state comptroller, until certain I'flII as ; ball teams will play the Stark On Tuesday, January 15th, the

On last Tuesday evening Mrs. Lena matters can be adjusted. It appears .o.c teams. The frames will ba exciting county board of bond trustees, County -

Hassett was severely injured by a that the cash on hand was less than p and hard fought. Everyone! out Ad- Engineer NefT and some of the

load of shot from a shotgun strikingher the banking. laws require. The bank's s< m'ssion 10 and 20c. Starke citizens went to Tallahasseeto

in the foot. The foot was so bad- affairs were taken in charge by representatives Line-ups for Starke: attend the opening of tho bid that

ly torn that it was necessary to am- of the comptroller's office ,."s1 IIx J. W, Brownlee and Joe Thomas had been submitted for till hard-sur

putate it about one inch above the and it is confidently believed guards; H. L. Brownlee, J,'., center; 'facing of that section of the state

ankle, the same evening. The muzzleof that, after a conference with the Gerald Middleton and Alvin Beck, highway No. 13 which pastes through

the gun was so close that practic- stockholders, enough of cash will be forward Bradford county.

cnlly the entire load entered the foot. put into the bank to justify its re Iris Epperson and Blanche Mer- Large =Number of Bidders

At the latest reports, Mrs. Hasett opening. man, guards; Lois Edwards and Lau. We understand there were twenty-

was resting easily and getting along; nt Wynn, center; Beatrice Dullen and five or thirty bidders< submitting bid..

about as well as could be expected. STARKE BOY !MAKES GOO) :Mary Boyer, forwards. on the road which has been divided

Husband in County Jail _<_r ____ Into three sections. Ono section extending -

Her husband, M. Hassett, has been Terse L. Gaskina Appointed State rF SKAHOARD I.MI'ROVKMKMS: :: from Starke, south to the

placed in the county jail to await the Attorney Fourth Circuit 4 county line, another suction extending.

outcome of her condition. In an interview pt For a number of years the Seaboard from Starke to Lawtey and the thfrd

with Hassett at the jail, he The following from the current 1 Air Line railway station here section running from Lawtey northto

stated that he did not understand why number of the Hastings Herald will hall hel'n a slight bone of: contention the county lino at highland Not

he was there as the shooting of the be pleasant news to Starke and Brad- I' between, the citizens of Starke and only were the bidders from the state

gun was an accident. Mr. Hassett ford county citizens: the railroad ofllciiiltt. The depot In of Florida, but several other states

had just arrived the evening before Perse L. Gaskins, prominent Jacksonville I 1 y, j I Stlll'ke'tor some tim hits !been inadequate were represented. The bids were covering

from Port Jervis, N. J., where the attorney, has been named .a.V. ''CA T family had spent the summer. Mrs. State Attorney for the circuit court .. 'm rooms are small and the lack of sewerage surfacing. One thing that evidently

j Hassett having arrived in Starke a of tfro Fourth jud'ciil c'tcuit of Flor- Edward W Bok, who offered lMOOO( ) for a peace plan. whereby the connections. have been twi of attracted no many bidders was the

4 few weeks previous. Mr. Hassett and ida by Gr. Cory A. Hardee. He willon t'nlted States might co-operate for World Peacp. broadcasted the prize the most Important inadequacies. fact that tho job through this county ,
had driven machine 10 succeed Frank Wld- plan from nUtlon WEAF at N. Y. when the winning manuscript was be l called
I son through by January author and might a "pretty" job, in
selected Half the prize was paid-but the name ut the Since the improvement in the mu-
and had brought the gun with them. man, who has resigned the positionto final award wilt) not te given until the plait has been voted.. on by the nicipal light and water plant, the other words, the grading work that
He stated that enter into in the --- -. __ ., I is being done is being excellent .
they were sitting at partnership prac- IlIltion. _--------.....- town authorities have required everyproperty put up In. ..
home Tuesday evening, he had the tice of law with his brother, Jerome to in the shape so that the hardsurfacingwork
---------- - owner put proper
gun across his knee with the muzzle Widman in West Palm Beach. when started will evidentlymove .
connections then
on the floor and had just sent the Gaskins has been practicing law KEYSTONE= HEIGHTS ORGANIZES HONOR ROI.I.II.. S.-FOURTH' I such sewerage requirements were, naturally paused onto rapidly. County Engineer Netf

child to get the rod preparatory to In Jacksonville since 1908. lie is at BOARD OF TRADE MONTH= I states that as a whole the bidding
I the railroad officials! relative to their
1 cleaning the gun, when in some way present practicing independently, In property. A few weeks! the was. very satisfactory and that the.
city
the gun was discharged. lie stated offices in the Bisbee building. lIe resides As the result of a get-together First grailo, -Jessie !May Dennison, council punned resolutions ago looking toward low bids received"show that then.

further that he did not think the gun at 703 Laura street. Promi- meeting held by the men of Keystona.\ Cora Belle Strickland. !Miss Olive was a lot of competition for the Job.
the and Im-
.F was loaded, and that the shooting was nently identified in many of the well Heights in the new hotel there Sat- Ray, teacher. proper necessary Every: Indication seems to point that
provements at the depot and sent
copies -
purely accidental. That after the I I known criminal cases in this county urday, Dec. 29th, the men gatheredin Second grade-Margaret Prevatt, of the resolutions to both the state at the next meeting of the state

shooting he went with his wife to Dr. I during the last several years, Gas. the lobby again Thursday evening S. R. Johns, Jr., Lois Adkins. Miss railroad commission and the olllclul hoard, which occurs on January 20th,

Biggs' office and then to the' doctor's !I kins also is an authority in civil mat January third, and organized what is Ethel Griffin, teacher. of the Scabbard Air Line railway. the contract will be let. Nothing def.inite

home, where she is being cared for, ters. Appointed by the court to defend to be known as the Keystone Heights Third A'rade-1\IarA'art't Brown, has yet developed as to the type
I. and while there the officers came for'I Frank Rawlings, when Rawlings board of trade. r Juanita Williams, Charles Singley. As a result of the action of the citycouncil of road that will bo selected. howeverthe
the .
of the state
action
, I i was being tried for the murder of The organization will not devote Its Miss Nellie Stearns, teacher. commission bids. seemed to be, unofficially, Inline
him."S. held until. the railroad
s. Hassett's condition we i George Hickman, manager of the efforts to this work alone, but will Fourth grade-Pauline Dubose. was up so that whichever type is most
officials could make tho
' Palace Theatre in July 1921 he strive for the future of proper desired can be obtained.
did not tempt to interview her. Mr. development hilts Jessie Thomas teacher. i iIlaldwlnMaxvllle
investigations! and take steps to remedy -
Hassett stated o us that they were made a wonderful plea for the life of northern :Florida, as it is believed this : Section'
the conditions.' On Monday
Fifth grade-Thomas Williams, existing < -
' planning on leaving Starke the next the defendant and is generally accredited section of the state hold unlimited The Baldwin-Muxville section of
, I Glenn Wood, Merrill Futch, Milton January llth, W. L. Stanley,
\ Jacksonville with saving the alleged murderer possibilities. The new organization
and
day, moving to Brownlee, Jr. Miss Isabel Bullen, vice president of tho railway company state road No. 13 lies In Duval county
. where he was .obtaining employment. from the gallows. wil Ibe pleased to hear from, and to teacher. arrived in Starke with blue and is the connecting link which
Another sensational case in which join in with organization work-
any will Into Jackson
connect
I us directly
prints of proposed changes. He met I
I A MILLION= :MEMBERS: IN= 1921 Gaskins was connected with the defense Ing toward thia end. Sixth grade-Leila flea Andrews, ville. A few days Duval county
with members of the city council and ago
, Thelma Andreu Wilma Edwards Le-
,
the Silverstein
famous
was case
The officers elected are: the let A number of road I contracts, which
together
The W. C. :T. U. are putting on a of 1912, when two negro men and two Ben F. Mack, president. na Belle Shepard, Thelma Silcox, Es- on. The result Investigation!of the Investigation was carried -- came under the big bond Issue recently
Kendrick Leah Struth June
membership drive throughout the negro women were tried for the murder telle ,
John W. Walters, first vice presi voted. The Baldwin-Maxville section
!is that all of the Improvements
practically -
I country, their slogan being "A million of the Jacksonville merchant. In Bullen, Dora Manning, Pearl Manning asked for have been wall included in the system of
members in 1921." The local this case Gaskins acted with Judge dent.F. Evelyn Strickland, Merrill Mc-
D. Hornbeck .
secretary. roads let and the contract wax ob-
I granted and within this next few days
drive is and committee is George Couper Gibbs, now judge of Millan, Alpheus !Mead. Miss Mildred
now on a V. E. Winans, treasurer.A the work will start. tained by C. 1Lytle.. Mr. I.ytlo, wo
at work securing new members. Join the circuit court in which Gaskins I good roads committee with F. It. Crosby, teacher, understand, wan the contractor who
dues at the will probably preside as state's at Seventh grailo-Edna Strickland, Depot Addition
now and pay your ajmuil, Walrath as chairman was appointedto ,, handled. the new Jacksonville-Lake
dues paying social to be held at the torney. I work in conjunction with the authorities Ruth Sternberg, teacher. We understand that within ninety City road and In the recent issue was

home of Mrs. E. M. Johns, on Thurs- Born in Starke, Bradford county, of this and other counties in Eighth grade-Ruth Bower, Ruth days the proposed Improvements will given the contract for tho Atlantic

day afternoon, the 24th inst., at three in 1883, Gaskins received his gram securing better roads. j Stansell, Clarence Andrews, Carlyle be made. Extending south from the Boulevard extending from Jacksonville .

i o'clock. mar and high school education there. The entertainment, membership,' Ritch, Elmer McMillan, Newn Alva present )building an addition of 20( to Pablo Beach. In a telephone .

Below are some of the reasons why Before him, his father, Dr. John L. advertising and' other committeeswill rez. Mrs. Bessie McGruder, teacher. feet will be built. This increase will Interview with Mr. Lytle, Wednesday

you should join the W. C. T. U.: Gaskina, was prominent in state pol- I' be elected at a later meeting. Ninth grade Edna Manning, Ous- enlarge tho waiting rooms to a little evening, he stated that within tho
itics and was the faithful and I nearer the size that they should be
Because they are loyal to the church among sie Mae Bennett, Sammy Sternberg, next week or ten days the crews
I hard working, Democrats who saved I I and will also make room for Urn new
l' of Jesus Christ in every good work A SERIOUS MATTER FOR THIS Eugene; Matthews, Clevy Norman. would start the work of clearing and
Institution-ask the state from carpetbag rule of the I rest arid wash rooms, toilets, etc.
carried on by that stumping preparatory to the gradingon
CITY AND COUNTY Twelfth gradu HIanche Alderman
,
Since the will
I days of the reconstruction period. new municipal plant
the preachers! I the Ilaidwin-Maxville section The
Eunice Perkins
Isabel Fernandez
r father and mother and electric lighting
Both his were native supply day night -
Because they are safeguarding the Floridians. It Is an undeniable fact that thousands Laura Wynn, Claudia Terry, Iris Ep- service, provisions. are made for work on that section it going to be
morals of little children whose hurt S. S. Miss pushed with the utmost speed and
Completing his high school work, of dollars are being spent without person. Mrs. Dowling, the proper lighting of the waiting
is constantly being sought by evil- uni- the bounds of this county for ar Carolyn Fripp, Mrs. Goo. C. White In fact the cull for all an entirely separate outfit will he us
Gaskins prepared for Princeton rooms. plans
minded in every communityask of merchandise which be and S. S. school teach ed.. Tho other work which he has in
persons versity !Lawrenceville, N. J., and II.ticles can i ( Dowling, high the necessary improvements to make
the mother! Duval county will abHolutely In ni(>
bought as cheaply, if not cheaper, ers.
of Arts the In
later received his Bachelor depot up-to-date every renpuct.
slow work this
the section.
/ Because they advocate the highest degree; at Princeton. His Bachelorof from local merchants. 1 I Prof. Dowling principal, requests The entrances to the waiting rooms. way up on
The of this section will be
type concrete -
type of education in public schools, People wild "cata. to carefully examine the nt the
Law degree was received from are going over I patrons pu- will be changed HO that instead ,
the Bam as tho present JacklIonvillpl.akt.
so that the pupils will have a well- Harvard university.This logs"-money is being broadcasted pils' report cards each month and to doors leading to both white and colored .

rounded view of life-ask the teacher is his first holding of public over the entire country and in a great I sign and return them within three waiting rooms being on the Wo understand' City that road Mr. Lytle submitted

office, Gaskins said last night, altho many instances our people are being days, an this means much towards Increasing south, they will open to the cast and bid at Tallahansee on Tuesday

Because they helped tremendouslyto several years ago he assisted Judge swindled by receiving inferior exchange ,, the pupil's efforts in school to the went. Chairman Hoover, of bidding l on the complete stretch
secure the ballot for the women of DeWitt T. Grey when the latter was for their money. Local merchants work. the eouncil, took up the matter of
through this well by
county, as as
America-ask the voter! county solicitor in the criminal court I are often called upon by citizens building sheds. extending from the
section. He advised us over the phono i
Because they have made good on of record in prosecuting county cases. to exchange goods! bought from waiting rooms along the sido "t the
that his bid for a completed road of
)DEATH 01' JOHNNY:/ JOHNS
one of the most colossal tasks ever At that time there was no such office "pictures" In catalogs, offering to'' tracks, but this matter wan not definitely the concrete type was right in line at
undertaken in the history of social as assistant county solicitor. pay the difference so as to obtain ; decided on but left open for 'Inter -
( tho bottom and that ho was
reform-ask the ex-saloon keeper! Gaskins is a member of the Amer. something which they can use. :| Mt. Johnnie Johns, an old, and well consideration. In addition, to tho of wlnnlntho contract.veryhopeful

ican Legion, having served with the Your home merchant Is your frlenllHe i known citizen of this neighborhood, (depot improvements other mutters Regardless of who Is awarded the

MILLER rank of captain in the intelligence department knows your wants. Ha tells you died Thursday evening, January 10, were taken up with Mr. Stanley relative contract, the citizens of this county
after Illness of months. The
of the army in Washingtonfor the truth about what he sells you. He[ an seven 'extending sewerage under are particularly Interested! In seeing

Miller, Jan. 18.-Mr. and ,Mrs. N. about a year during the war. Ha knows you and you know him. Your'' complicated nature lit his trouble their tracks at various.) points, the Improvement that the work. Is pushed, forward rapIdly v1

E. Roberts and daughter visited Mr. does not belong to any fraternal orders money spent locally goes through the t i made it necessary to remove him of street crossings/ particularly and without delay.

and Mrs. Willie Werts and family! on but is a vestryman of the St.John's local banks and a portion of it is reserved from his home, two miles south of the crossing on Call street,

Sunday Episcopal church. He is alsoa here to pay taxes for the up-1 Starke, to this city in order to enjoy the proper grading and, surfacingwith HAYES BUSY:

Miss Carrie Belle Brown visited director and a member of the exec- keep of public utilities, such as good''' more constant medical attendance, cinders of the street approachto

Miss Annie Howard Sunday evening. utive board of St. Luke's hospital.The roads, schools, etc. Not one penny of but though everything possible was the depot, etc. E. ",V. Hayen! who Is now the own-

''I Prof. and Mrs. L. G. Futch were offer of the state attorney's of- I the money sent away from Starke I, done to prolong his life, the.Inroads The citizens of Starke are pleased er of the dormer Jail Carter place,
\ : and Mrs. Irvin Waters made wire to him of disease could not be checked by ono mile north of Starke, has latelyset
guests of Mr. fice was by Friday comes back to you in the form of with the long-needed proposed Improvements -
4. Sunday. afternoon, :Mr. Gaskins said last night i taxes, and the inevitable result 1l1! i human means. Toe-Interment was in and Mr. Stanley assured out ten acres of: trees there. The

t' t Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Brooks) of and he accepted the position by wireto 'I higher taxes for the citizens of this': charge of Funeral Director D. C. the nicmbern! of the council that the trees are pecan, with satsumns be

.. Providence, visited :Mr. and Mrs. T. the governor yesterday afternoon. county. Jones, took place at Santa Fa Pond Improvements would ba made in a tween. Further Improvements of the

H. Waters Sunday. Although few members of the Jack- Think seriously. on this matter, citizens I cemetery Friday, Dr. J. J. )Button con way that would be a credit to the place will follow.

N. H. Stokes made a business tripto sonville bar and court officials knew of Starke and Bradford county, ducting the obsequies. town and a satisfaction to the citizens !. North Wateroak creek, on both

Jacksonville Monday. that the offer had been made.of the and keep your money at home, for :Mr. Johns was born in Bradford of this community.BOY > sides of the state road, Mr, Haye

'\11 Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Brown and fam- position to Gaskins, they unanimously you certainly cannot buy merchandise county 03! years ago. About 3fi years owns valuable lands, which he wilt J

ily visited at the home of Mr. and :Mrs declared when told, that an excellent cheaper from catalogs and pictures. ago he married Miss IlJltie Haga- SCOUTS GAME Improve in the near future.

Frank Osteen, of Providence, Sun choice had been made. Several man, who preceded him to the beyondtwo
The would like to the
names had been mentioned casuallyby Telegraph top years ago. The deceased was a TO ALTO OWNERS: f

day.Mrs.. Avy Thomas and children, of rumor in connection with the position list of a "Trade at Home" agreement quiet, industrious man, well liked by Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock the

Long Bridge, visited her parents, :Mr. during the past few days, but -who will be the next Let's show |I all. He Is survived by following Boy Scouts of Keystone Heights As I have found that the comptroller's

/ and Mrs. I. E. Thomas, Sunday. Gaskins was not among them. the local merchant that we are going < children: Bert and Joe Johns, of troop one will come to Starke and office in Tallahassee is at prM-

Mrs. Connie Shaw and children, of to give him a square deal | Starke, Frank Johns, ut Palm Beach, play troop ore on the uptown court. ent swamped with applications for

Alachua, visited her father, T. H. Using a broomstick handle from i Mrs. Jennie Phillips, of Baltimore, Starke's troop requests the support auto licenses, etc., I have decided to

Rimes Sunday.W. which keys were fashioned with a OYSTER SUPPER AT CLUBHOUSE1 and Mrs. Maud Johns, of Palm Beach. and backing of the town. Everyone I extend the time when such licenses

T. Thomas, of Starke, visited safety razor, three alleged safe crack- .. I Also by the following brothers: Jeff interested In sports will And the I must be in the possession of nil auto 1

relatives here last week. ers escaped from the Ft. Lauderdalejail An oyster supper will be given ont I. and Newt Johns, of Starke, Ben came clean and interesting. Admis owners, until Feb. I, 1921.: After

Mrs. Roland Thomas is visiting heron where they were being held for Friday right at the clubhouse. Oys Johns of Cortez, Irwin Johns, of lion, 10.cents. that date those who run\ autos without

Leon Thomas and family, of Or. action of the circuit court. The trio tars will be served to order, and Plant City, and one sister, Mrs. Cary Line up' for Starke: proper) licenses will be prosecut

ange Heights this week. were arrested in Miami last year af there will be other good things to eat. | Reddish, of Starke. Much sympathy J. W. Brownlee, Joe Thomas, guard* ed.

Mrs. Cody Barksdale of Dunnellon, ter roberies in east coast cities were tfrocee'lso! to the cuLJio! T 's h'-'nac e4|>r..*..d fu. ;U... bereaved / Hugh Brownlee, Jr., center; Bob W. J. EPPERSON.

visited relatives here last week. traced to them. 1 Will begin serving at 6 o'clock.-: relatives. Demorest and Alvin Beek, forwards Sheriff, Bradford County
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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELE GRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY, JANUARY .18, 1924.
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Fifteen of the largest locomotivesever nick: woman, inquired, with a view to'

\ made by the American Locomo- further relief, aa to her family. She I

{ News of Florida in Short Paragraphs tive Works at their Richmond plant asked:
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have been delivered to the Florida "Is your husband kind to you?" I

East Coast railway for use on their "Oh, yes, miss"," was the instant -Just a

0-----.1 system. Delivery of these great pas- response, "he's kind-very kind.

I Hanger hauling machines started in deed, you might say he's more In-I NewLabel

December arid the order is now being ; friend than a husband. 'i

Told &> Our Exchanges. I completed, equipping the East Coast ,I -

t system on a'p lr with any railroad jn for th. ,

,. If",Va .-.n-_...........-....'._....t1f1ACQ-_.....-_-..._-wvmmnmmmmm.'lIm"'n--. =...umm.u"'nm I the South. These locomotives have a Didn't CountA "Good oldStandby" ) Ir
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Orlando now has fifty-flva miles of murrial; secretary of the various villl I length over all of eighty-eight! feet, Detroit clergyman relates that h ealing Oils
one day he was called upon 'to marrya
hard I and towns shown total of $1- and they are 53 per cent more power- A
surfaced thoroughfares, accord- ages a cr/ldl,
the
Ills catechism of SnotliamSTANTLY
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couple. prospective
in); to the city engineer. 000,000( of construction during the ful than the type of engines which __ t
: I ,have heretofore been used on that bridegroom was satisfactoryand Jf/J: !
year. IG the ... .
he turned his attention to
c' road. The total weight of the engine r .
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nit. penetrates \
As well as can be learned through lady. '
tender when hauling trail is bone
and a 'tJ'- ; the T net j -j\\L '" m rein -
the state papers the cold spell has T. Jackson, of Atlanta, died in about 400,000 pounds, or 213 tons.Becoming Have you ever been married? 1//;": ..,...::(! ._'. >' /. ? :ved quickly( by rubbing in' Muitf' ,,-
done practically no harm in this state the hospital at Lake City Saturday'from Yes, sir! "" .' "T ''f'1.i'1q'' ;',' tang, which thereby permeates tha
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injuries received who nhe .was the loss Husband dead rt 11'1': ., '. ",i,.Mw" I system and hn.iters healing. Unlike
I despondent over rfl '; I"'j' I" other linimunth
i madoof
Mustang id!
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,Gilford Handhorrv, A. O. L. railway knocked down by an automobile on of a sweetheart and a small fortune No, sir! ,,, j:';' r '!I ." I'' :tj, healing oils no uU'i'liol. acids) orpepper

i, shops striker at High Springs, the Lu..c City-Jacksonville highway, during the World War, Mile, Ramondie Are you divorced? \\il'' 1'/'/'r4, j/ used. Mustang never burns,
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I nine miles east of Lake City about of France teacher of Spanishin N-no, not; exactly, but I'm Just as ;;I ,:A".;'.; ,.j. ; "I. or smarts, not evui\ wiun a;'pliedto
Is dying there from knife wounds he a li wN,:: .?r" ,, ;\ ,"
8 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Jackson were good divorced. My husband left ; ,, openwontdr. Over 74 v cartr snece :a
the local high school attempted as a!' ': \J"!
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received at the hands of H. L. Cools- '_]+ : ,, poran''esAft'slanp; ', tfort\A.ti\ ,
/ In their car traveling toward Lake suicide at Orlando at her aptrtment, me and we never paid the ministerfor ;' ,N LIVESTOCK
r.. by, when the feud existing there between (f k J"" 7/1. and POULTRY.
a strikers and strikebreakers' City. They had stopped by the side Wednesday. Leaving a note on her marrying us. r. ,:; t iA I ,. '. I! I asaflute.Atl..bM.e..t..1.t..1.' ( .
w 1a _"'- hnrtt f .
A ; broko out anew on the streets of High/ I of the road to repair a tire and, Mr. dresser' of the apartment she had been ;;:' 'Hf ,, ,; ,it vet:..aducb'nohs.Ga.attIohcldoa '
Jackson by the side of his Local Police in Action ..- as
was car the effect that she intended -q
Springs Saturday night. I occupying to --
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V II I Iy when a large touring car going at self destruction, she engaged The local police force sat in a corner "-o.".:.--..i2..;::. "' rtt" >7C;.... .N'tl,Lo.rm.h"&'...""""1.,.out'Jj"Fnl'r1. wll. ,,'", 'nn f.o.NIl..r'I -

full speed, struck him and knocked another apartment. Depositing a of the clerk's house exclaiming, d. ..--J "i..;,'r.or.:,,, ."cur; ; : ,: J .: :non umevi.
It.M4 t'n
.nl nn..nury, .
William II. Holloway, 49( proprietor him a considerable distance, Inflict- coin in the slot she turned on the jets "lie's a thief, a scoundrel, a black- 1 If. '" ,.." ., '.. N \
of A shoe store in Jacksonville, --- '
ing injuries which proved fatal. "
and threw herself on the bed, thinking leg-
,
committed suicide by shooting himself the end was near. When 25 cents "Less noise there," said the clerk. im: tJ3TANG;
? t through tha heart with a pistol.
;s') A note left by him said despondency The United States department of worth of gas had been issued, the coin "What are you doing?" "

r,' labor has announced the result of a automatically closed the valves, leaving "Why, I'm running:; down a crimi-
"Zbo "
<7corV Old .j' "
,,' over 111.health prompted him to take rail '/ 'S; oce ', -Ir:
his life special survey of industrial conditions the woman in an unconscious con nal.
; I
t for Florida as follows: The labor dition. The fumes gradually escnped

', situation in this state is considered! from the room and she was found later They Must ITe Funny LNMrSOLD \

: Using a broomstick handle from I excellent for this period of the year, and rushed to a local hospital. Attending A husky member was escorting an liY Dime AND GENERAL SfoNESIiIGIILAND

which keys were fashioned with a' there being little unemployment in physicians said she would re- I. inebriated friend and fellow member

i rit, safety razor three allowed! safe crack any section. The harvest of citrus cover. to the top floor of the clubhouse, :-

ers escaped from the Ft. Lauderdale fruits in in full swing and reports in- where the latter might slake his con- L* m

jail where they were! being held for' dicate a shortage! of this class of labor A .ONIC stant thirst without interruption.

t action of the circuit court. The trio ; alsQ of general: : farm help and of Three flights of stairs had been laboriously : =

were arrested in Miami last year af- certain building tradesmen.. However, drove's; Tasteless cliUl: Tonic res.ore* climbed when they paused on Padgett were visitors to Starke Mon-

ter'robcrios in east coast cities were I it Is thought transient labor arrivingfor Energy and Vitality by Purifying cud tho landing. I day.

traced to them. I the winter months will take care Enriching the Blood When you feel its 'I "Do you think you can stand two Highland, Jan. IS,-E. M. O'Kelly A A. Crews was a business visitor
effect howit I
strengthening Invigorating sec
4 of the demand, for skilled mechanics. more stories?" the inebriate was ask- visited his family at Sparr Sunday. to Lawtey Tuesday.
color to the cheeks and howit
J.'Mendenhnll, formerly of Itills- brings ed. C. ht. Click, J. L. Hriirgs, C. S'j
the sift 1 then M. L. Prescott returned Sunday
improves' appetite you
borough county, who Is! serving a Ufo I Walton-nn employe of the Cum- appreciate its truo tonic vnliiu.Grose's "Shertalnly," was tho instant\ re- Thornton, A. D. ,Bell and C. A. Du- I from a visit with his sister, Mrs. Geo.

sentence in the Raiford prison upon mer Lumber Co., died at St. Augustine : Tasteless chill Tonlo m simply sponse, "If they're ver' funny ones." pree, of Jacksonville, were among the Lastinger at Daytona.

conviction of murder and sentenced and W. \. Adams of Green Cove Iron sod Quinine suspended in syrup. So traveling salesmen calling on the I _

from Clearwater, Pinellas county III'' Springs is wounded and in jail asI/ Ijli. '->unl even children like it The blixu' Allaying Suspicion trade here last week.

fr supervising construction of the buildIng '' result of a !gun duel near Has tint's nerdy QUININE to Purify It and IRON toKnru l\Iother-\ I Mrs. E. Wilkinson visited relatives I'llos Cuittu >. o to :! fly.::

which will house! the electric chair between 3 and 4 o'clock this morning. : h it. Destroys Malarial germs am Yes, Ethel- f at Lawtey Monday. u OruL>cur'It-hlna"ti.; ''.M r, Hn; ,;i''Ihodl'f PA/3,nl 01'"miruillatfP OlV.!' '" :rfn t s,,

.4- which la to take the place of the gal Deputy Sheriff Turlington of Hastings Grip germs by its Strengthening. Invlgo' Will you do something for me? !Mrs. .J. D. Moore and Miss Lillie i"r'y. ,.I..v. < I\ ,i taut.ie..teayeacan ..
: .
HrtVct llkt.UTtcj1. ""arre.'v+etrr :.t' Hut aoiuu.m' ,. lows as a means of inflicting capital who was with Walton in a boat SUSHI ; What is It? I Belle Moore spent the week-end I In

in Florida. the creek the of the shooting South Jacksonville, guests of
punishment time
:, on at I wish you would buy me a rolling I\Irs'l) There are 30,462 different citrus
brought the lumberman to townin Moore's sister, Mrs. J. M.
T. I properties in Florida composing 253570 ,
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The department of commerce announced a desperately wounded condition, pin.Why ? E. G. \Moore was a business visitor
U ; l] don't you buy one yourself ( acres and 16,677,227 trees.
': for the state of Florida its und death followed shortly thereafter. Oh, you know Jim and I have only to Jacksonville Saturday. I _

preliminary estimate of the value on Adams and Kirtus Williams arc been married a few weeks and the E. W. Cox made a business trip to I Of the more than sixteen and a

..- Dec, 31, 1922, of tho principal forms both held here in the St. Johns county '-E2- EVEN A B0 TEP store man might think wo were not Starke Monday.Mr. half million citrus trees in Florida 65-

.i;: of wealth. The total amounted to $2- jail pending an investigation. and Inquest getting: along all right. and !Mrs. W. A. Thomas,. Mr. per cent of them are bearing trees.
.' 423,602,000, as compared with $!>21- WATCH IS RIGHT and Mrs. C. B. Bennett and J. D'I _

in 1912 increase of 1C2.9 / Moore spent Sunday in Jacksonville.
.a. 700,000 an TWICE A DAY i
i Citrus fruit In which there were
; t
per cent. Per capita values increased 'The body of Boyd Carlton was discovered FOR'OIml U PEOPLE Mrs. W. R. Wimberly, of Madison,
long stems have been known to result
\ from 91,148 to $2,111, or 103.9( per by searchers in Lake Dorn The beret of workers get out of "sorts spent several days the guest of Mrs. I
I when the liver fails to act. They feel 1 : in 33.7 per cent decays from blue
It. C. this week. I
cent. near Eustis, Tuesday. He had been languid, halr- ir.k, "blue" and discouraged Wimberly fungus.
l'j missing since Sunday when he and and think they are getting; lugv. Neglectof Mr. and !Mrs. W. A. Thomas and E.mold I .

.' Practically the entire crop from his brother-in-luw left for a cruise In these symptoms might result in a sick G Moore motored to Lnwtey Monday.F. :
spell, therefore the sensible is to I To Cure a Cold in One I ray
three the course M. Crews transacting business
acres on Bryants farm on a small boat on Lake Dora, planning; was
take done two of Herbinc. It i it .
a or just Ike LAXATIVE PROMO QUININE (Tuhlen!
.. Palmetto creek has been sold l to Lakeland to shoot ducks. The brother-in-law tho medicine needed to purify the system in Starke Saturday. M,|1'n th.tontth BOIl HrailtiLhii and work "r .J'
grocery and commission interests was found Monday, lying unconsciouson I II and restore the vim and ambition of Mrs John Padgett and Mrs. Hardy ,J e'W. CKOVL" aimiaturu! uu tai' n.."* ; .

to net the growers here $8,000 tho shore where it is believed he health Prico 60c. Sold by
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,:: per acre for the celery f. o. b. station, swam after their bont capsized. Sev- I All Drug Stores

;.1 Avon Park. This t In, baaed on the eral parties continued the search for -, ft ,tt'"

.. price per stalk named in the contract his companion nnd sighted his lifeless! HIIADFOKDBradford 1 !'Ii/' .. g..ofy li-:1-'iI'' ,7'"" .-

," ,' an dthe number of stalks each aero. body floating on the lake Tuesday. As ....",.. : .j ...\ ..:.,:,"i'

.. will yield. I yet the brother-in-law has been unable Jan. 19th-N."G. Hayes CAM YOU LOOK INTO A WATSIDU b'OID: PUDDLE

to give a connected account of. Honesty Par ExcellenceTo : and C. M.[ Andrew were to Lake Butler AND SUB A OX.BAR: BKY7

7 Little Joe Wheeler, of Archer, was I' what happened, because of his exhausted : a tramp who wanted to earn a. Thursday.
..r'" riding largo truck with his undo, condition and effects of the
on bite to eat, a woman said: "If I thot N. G. Hayes, Srv visited Worthington heVorld's Most Protected
{r- People |
when as he drove onto the highway i exposure
you wire honest I'd let you go to the one day this week.
from field. the little fellow ;
a nearby, ) "
j fell out of the neat; the driver triedto W. T. Williams, 48, well known chicken house" and gather the eggs."I Drew Dukes and wife of Worthington The American people arc the most perfectly protected peoplein
) "Uidy, he replied with dignity, here
catch him but failed and the hack I commission malt of Ft. Lauderdale, was manager at a bathhouse for fifteen passed through Tuesday. tLo world. Figures made public Washington show! that in

wheel passed over the lower part of was shot and killed by Tom Ammons!, years and never took a bath." Mrs J. A. Harrell is visiting her the matter of insurance this country per capita is so far aheadof
r, the back of his head. I In lived only 31, Sunday night. The shooting took : son and daughter\ at New River, Mr.
I and Mrs. M. L. Harrell this week. all other countries that there is scarcely a second in the race,
a few minutes after the accident oc- place on Brickeil avenue in front of 1 ,

curred. the Gilbert. hotel, and, n number of Answered Prayer Mr. William Conerly who has been though Great Britain hobbles along next to the United States.

I I spectators witnessed the murder. The A preacher who went to a Kentucky employed at Plant City is at homeon The figures in themselves are startling. More important, .:
where the bred
it Probably the biggest! deal In Anantasla crowds dispersed as If by magic when parish parishioners a visit. however, 54 the lesson they convey-tho story they tell. First,
horses asked
to invite the
tt island property ever recorded la the shots commenced, and the place of was the congregation for prayers Lucy- Mrs1V.' S. Baxter and] Will Mur- they bespeak a strong sense of honor and a willing acceptance of
: that by which C. C. Vnrn, of Flaglor was soon deserted except by the two
Grey. lie did They three rhee of Tampa were visiting/ our the of the America husband and father.
county and, his associates have come main actors of the tragedy. Ammon so. prayed responsibility on part

into possession of over 700 acres of fired three times waited a second and I Sundays for Lucy Grey. On the fourthhe comunity last week. Complaint is often heard that despite the great earning
We still have of the
hopes getting
Ana llsia lands, including! two ""df' fired! twice more. Williams seemed to was told he need not do it any hard roads as the surveyors were in power of the average American, it is impossible for him to save

three-eights. milts of tureen front. The I Ih' start after hut assailant and then more. in of
the of his
sufficient family
"Why," said the preacher, "Is she our "potion Thursday money to ensure safety case
consideration! The barked .1
wu over $100,000. I falling unconscious at
i away dead?" Mr. nim:, "V Dowling of Graham was death or permanent disability. Perhaps there may be some basis
i',, new owners will layout a subdivisionand abut the point where the shooting
\j" the tract will be platted by ,:. occurred. "No," answered the men, "she won attending! to business In our section for this assertion. But there is no basis for the assertion that

petent engineers. .m-I' the Derby" Thursday.W.. II. Harrell. was in Alachua Tuesday the average man cannot protect his family, that he cannot, by

.. -.--- A tremendous falling off in the reasonable saving, provide an estate for those he must leave

'f, Eight car loads of uteri rail have consumption of shine on the part of A Kit of Action behind without actually setting; aside the lump sum which other-
!Mrs M. D. Harrell and M. D.
I I son,
'..' ,: Arrived fur South Jacksonville's municipal i I'urtow men or a greatly IngrcuseJnumber .; I Everything: was wrong in the class Jr. of Palmetto returned home Wed- wise would be necessary, and which would greatly lower the

street railway, according tvI of funeral U threatened on I of elocution. The teacher was discouraged after standard of his living.
I nesday
having spent some time
'. City Engineer/ John L. Crary, In' account of moonshiner. ) stealing! a' and he urged his pupils! in sonic here visiting relatives.Mrs. Insurance is now well out of the realm of the luxuries. It

.:,\ charge of construction: for the city\ of I number of barrels in which various! excitement, to put more expression W. II. Harrell left this week has passed from the stage of the gamble. It has developed into

South Jacksonville.! The rail. i fs arriving spray materials hid been iBix M from! into U.I1rl'CltatiorJs.\ for extended an integral part of American life, so interwoven with our social
an trip through the
earlier than anticipated, states : the Fort and Hxrpt-r firms. The to\1 ""0 flat!" hf exclaimed\ "Too colorless South with relatives. fabric that today any man finds it possible to protect his family,

v 1 Mr. Crury, and it will only b. a short of the barrels! was not nvat but the You ':4d.: .) better than that. and all wise men do so. "
Edgor Murrheo of Plant is vis-
'."- F time before actual wOJk will begin on fact that they have been used in miring : Try again. Mow! Open your mouth iting in this section. City Protection of the family, the certainty that the widow will
the line he thinks and other forms of and throw yourself Into it!"
paris green want the child he neglected means more to this country
not
'\ I N. G. Hayes, Jr. was attending to or
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r arsenic until the staves have become added The
production.
business in Brooker Saturday. than mere saving to the state. It means
!
The Citizens Hank of Williston re- I| thoroughly impregnated. with the poison .Another Man Miss Marie. Raborn the man who looks the world in the face unafraid is stimulated: to

.;y op'nE'dUs doors for business January caused Mr. Harper to report the The hobo had asked the hard-faced of her aunt, !Mrs. L. was A. Cooke guest, the greater deeds of daring and accomplishment. Fear of the future

1, following a complete reorganization theft to the sheriff on order that special woman for something to eat. "Yes," week-end. has kept countless thousands of men in the ruts of mediocrity.With .

f" Wednesday. The bank WItS dual I attempts might be made to prevent she replied. "Ill fix you some supperif Roland Gregory fear removed, with confidence established, the man can

f .'. ed November B on order of the state the sale of any liquor which maybe YfU'18aw\ and split some wood!, was attending to business, Worthington in stretch his wings and grasp such opportunity as present! with

.r' hank examiner when he discovered' a ,, made from mash soaked in the sweep off the wa'.k. fix that hole in I Saturday. our section Reasonable safety.

$50,000 shortage! ) in the accounts of'! poison barrels. the few, tidy up the barnyard and News was received here Saturdayof America's appreciation of insurance, is an evidence of Ameri-

George/ J. Hiitch, cushier. who siiicided burn that rubbish piled up at the cellar the dullard and the utterly thoughtless -
the illness of the Infant daughter can intelligence. Today only
the previous night. The bank was Erection of a gasoline storage tank door." ;
of Mr. and 1 ;Mrs. S. C. Andreu of are unprotected.We .
i : opened on order of the state banking with a capacity of two and one-quar- "Lady" said the hobo as he started ,
Starke. He' is somewhat
betler'at
I ii. department when it was assured that ter million .gallons at their Talley- away, "I'm only a hobo; I ain't I. this are nearing the season for the publication of the picture of
writing.N.
"'1f1i the loss had been made good and the 1 rand avenue plant, Jacksonville and I your husband." I Honest Labor with the dinner pull and paper hat.
'" : G. Hayes, Sr., was visiting relatives -
bank was imperfect condition, it was i.construction of several smaller
\ :* It Is not
r v I in Gainesville last week. The Chinese promise little mid perform much. IAt n* hope
,.' stated. ,I,t sub-stations throughout the state, Unusual Lad/ W. H. lIarrell was in Alachua a fact that -never the twain shall meet."
was\ announced by the vice president A small boy entered the bank and I one

;1 During( 1923 Lake county ecce.'dcdI of i, the Peninsular State Oil Company, walked up to the window and Inquired day last week. My country, 'tis of thee. sweet land of liberty paw a few machinery more re.etrictire .
r drifts *!M a head for our legislative
I laws. It only us
, ? by one million dollars its 1921 build-i I 18 portion of that concern's
:
a expansion little .
I I Colds Cause Or ip and Influenza every year no art busy and tighten! us up a more.There
'" ,. Ing program and there is every inli- < policy; which will be carried out "MUter," he said, "I want a checkbook i
lAXATIVE!:PROMO QITMNE Tsbtef.
cation that 192 will more than carry i ion i ir n Florida during 1024. Within three for a lady that folds in the mid- a ..... Th." u naiy ons "* "rrJajuar') OftII<>-th U nothing calcninted to upset| our confidence In mankind asr

r a 2. per cent yearly increase. i ninths three additional branches will ,[lie." \.: .....{Wi: .....,,- "1 co. JI. much an the couwnaUonal philosopher.. who presses us to lend him

t A survey of Lake county, Just made I,.ave been opened, making a total of a tt'.E'IIlOt.( ,

by the directors of the Lake County i Icv.-n DKMUIOX' ill this state operated Too Kind Give the hen plenty of warm, fresh Ttu ,utet recommendation of the reformer after conference with

Chamber of (Commerce or by the con'," t by the Peninsular State Company. A charitale young lady, visiting a water. the h'ulcnle! nut Is that sweethearts should kU one another good night
cull through a



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I FRIDAY JANTARY: 18 1921. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA PAGE TIIRR1I_ ,

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, 1 ADVICE TO THE AGED :and Grey 19 will race this year at mi OS.V-ILLE ROTARIANS I,I <

A.. Iori"..Inrlrmiti......ch ..du. lII.h II 'Ascot *' HEAR BAUSON'S ADDRESS j I j
: I bow.lo, w.... ...d".... torpid tw.r.Tutt'S Any one of those horses would sell ; I SOUTHERN RAILWAYSYSTEM

for Montage of Vital Interest to Every i
at least $100,000.The .
Pills i
1 i automobile show, no* far off, Citizen of Florida

bav. a.p.cina.ff.ct' oa thaw will show you various cars, sellingfor .
I .Um..ti". the bow.1. .!... D.tuT.action. I hundred one of Roger W. Dabson addressed the
dollars
.Bud input vie.! >.la Hi*...._ u few any
which could take the four greatestrace Jacksonville Rotarinns at their luncheon I ( 11 ,plu.

horses one after another and on Tuesday, January 8th, and In I :. ( !
r-ni Jim I .
jI j run them all to death in one after- his message sounded the keynote of i CIIQt1LT1 IT- r I''..'.fji.

I 1thieeBy noon. progress and future development for j

Florida Mr Babson's message ,J\>>
Important.Now
Once fast horses were ,
backed by his own belief and faith In ." ,,... ..'
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they are part of gambling machinery "
Florida's future and coming from a
and they want last long.
man of high position in national financial -

-0- circles, in of intense Interest

For real news of Europe watch the to every F.loriiiiim, banker, merchant I

\ exchange market. What the world farmer or whatever his position may ... ,

thinks of a nation's money tells what be. Following! are parts of his massage -

the world thinks of that nation and : : A

its position. Yesterday the franc fell "'n preparing for 1921, the Florida : ,

Arthur Crisbane below five cents, the lowest record. banker, planter, fruit grower and the 1i& i iI

The French public debt, in three years merchant needs only to have faith in

BRISBANE:
FIXING THE ItlltLE. lion francs. War does not pay, especially "Few people realize that an eco

BRAVE MEN: ARE VALUABLE if you keep it up after it nomic movement has gigantic power.It .

POWER IN: TilE HEAD. ought/ to be ended.HOW'S. may not be so loud and spectacular For the future of die South

; but it is just as irresistible as a
FOUR GREATEST HORSES.:
THIS? geologic movement. You learned at of the: remarkA great responsibility rests
EXCHANGE.A
WATCH EUROPE'S school that, in !some! remote age, ice BECAUSE
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE* will of its
the shoulders of the
do what we claim for l.-rlJ your ayalem fields and glaciers from tho polarregions upon
Chicago professor translates the of Catarrh.Catarrh or lleaCuesa caused by swept down upon what is now natural resources the South teachers of the South-in the

Bible and cuts out completely John's HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE con- northern United States The face of today is taking a new leadership pulpit and in the class-room. i

story of the woman whom Christ: forgave lists Relieves of the an catarrhal Olntmunt Inflammation which Quickly and the earth, even though of solid rock l in the economic progress/:

saying to the collection of old the Internal Medicine, a Tonic which was ripped and scored like mUll beneath of the nation. But the compensation I accorded -

gentlemen with atones in their hands, : acts Surface through, thus the aialaltnic niood: on to reatora the Mucous normal a harrow. How futile it would the great majority of "',

"lie that is without sin among you condition But this leadership if it Is
Sold by druxglnU for over0 Years sound to talk of opposing such a geologic them is inadequate. I
let him first cast a stone at her." F. J. Cheney& Co., Toledo) O. movement or trying to resist to. be maintained, must have a. 6

-0- those convulsions that threw up the more enduring foundation than The Southern Railway System ,

John never wrote that, says the mountains and gouged out the seas. the possession and exploitation which pays three million [

learned translator; somebody put it in Such defiance is too absurd to con of material things. dollars per annum in school
.
Another learned man says the Book template. Nevertheless I have seen taxes' voices not only its own f'

of John was written two or three Principals; in: Latest I people seriously set out to combat The South of tomorrow will best interest but the ambition ,

hundred years after the death of the Movie Mess J some economic trend that is just as be made by the children of to- of its in
60,000 employees respect
Christ and if that be true. John big and forceful as a glacier or eorthquitke. day. The boys now In school
to the future of their
.
might have missed something. and attending the churches
_.... "By this economic trend, I refer to children and their section, I'
I -0- a.i.--. will be the of
captains
I the fact that when a country is in its: industry when it expresses the view thatgreater
If now some other wise person and the leaders in the
'
early stages of development, the natural professions -
would cut out of the New Testament 'It 1 rewards should be offered I 1
direction of traffic is from East a few years hence.
"The Sermon on the Mount" and "suf the men and women who.
f to West. You will notice that the
fer little children to come unto Me, Citizenship is in the making are building Southern citizenship
tide of population, agriculture: indus- "
and forbid them not," the job wouldbe in the schools and churches. of tomorrow.
perfect. try, railroads and other factories, j''
first swept from the Atlantic towardthe
The story about the woman forgiven ftt'
i Pacific. However, as a country
in the eighth chapter of John, Is (
l becomes and
more fully developed .
especially interesting, because in all
more the natural move-
prosperous
the Bible it contains the only refer- ( ,
ment of traffic Is between northern
ence to any writing done by Christ: -ie C9rh (
regions: and southern regions. Each :
"Jesus stooped down and with" His region specializes on those productsand e SOUTHERN SERVES THE SOUTH

finger wrote on the ground. And
activities for which it Is belt ..
that in an interesting: way t..
I answers N ; .
adapted. As there are sharp differ- fI r.wr ,
other wise men, including Renan, who .
I ences in climate between northernand
say that Christ, a simple peasant of '
southern there differences
regions are -
Galilee could read or write.
never
I of products and activities.
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Hence, exchange is natural and evitable -
to little things. And
save /
pays ,
i and traffic flows from North to
rich rich because they
some men are
II South and South to North.
know it. But suggest saving to a
"Hence year by year as the United
1 who hasn't got anythinghe
young man A
States becomes
more highly developed -

I smiles compassionately and pas- I we shall see the importance of "- .-

ees Henry on. Ford doesn't do that. His I these North-to-South and Southtoj j brings us to co-operativu marketing" Owing to (the 'quit| ,'knarnl" iumintcr\ :x.lIo'1111G1'/ CDC:1IJIIIIICI1COCIIDmmmrllDtI'tD: II .

plant in Detroit saves waste paper, I North movements of commodities, There is no magic about co-operation ; t''.>il, which i'iiiisc* u pile, IIft'r I i"in h 9 COFFINS & CASKETS

merchandise and even the people neither will it replace intelligence I t.low, to rclimmd, the pile driving for I

ken string nails, used-up nuts,heads bolts: ,of etc.mops At, bro-the Cbia parvlelaeerllirre I themselves.: There will bo by railroad and energy. It will, however, make i Alligator bridge him beau slow| work, I ; And a Full Line of

end of a year the saving equals a mil- neat Mabel lformaaiC by highways, by ocean and inland it possible for Florida growers to use I t:ut> IH now ulmoHl dune, Thru the HIIerstructure I UnJrlakrt' Supphr.AUTOMOBILE .

lion dollars month.It waterways an increase in the more effectively their intelligence and! i> will bi built tutu there

a channels of transportation' which will energy. One of tho most promising vill bu a very suliHtantml bridge. IIKAKSB
-0- I Always on hand. The best srU -
greatly add to Florida's prosperity. the Florida II
outlook for
in tho
is planned to send the dirigible things .*.. al lowest price 8p.. I

Shenandoah to the North Pole; an interesting Florida's Agricultural Future growers is their' growing Intermit in Judging from the plentiful supply' daI attention to telegraph ..r.r. .

"There has been a certain school of co-operation, In raising better fruit .. UtflrUretl Embalaw.DcWITT .
idea, but some engineers: >f vegetables In this market, the late
and others declare the Shenandoah is thought; which preaches diversification. rather than more fruit and In canning I cold spell did very little Iaimijr

Diversification Is offered all a the surplus. CTJONES
unfit for such a journey.If
panacea or cure-all. Although not a "For a long time I have been somewhat 'J
there is any doubt about it, there Now U tho time ta order strawberry ST4RKE, FLAaommmmmwmmnfaacmlmmtt
specialist in agricultural economics, troubled to whether the "Yllh'miof
should be no such North Pole trip,
and men of high authority should I have felt that this clamor for diversification merchant credit is a good thing for I tickets at this olllco. >mmor I

take no needless risk with others especially does not quite solve all Florida. It is, of course, a system of |I.

as they themselves would not the agricultural problems of Florida. long standing. Under this system tho.i

Even if we recognize the advantagesor South unquestionably made
be included in the crew.
even the necessity of a certain ress, and enjoyed periods of proll-I
-oMen -
amount of diversification there is ity. When, however, we are -- .......
were sent to their death in --
machines during still a deeper problem, namely, to find, ning for the future, this i i" certainly i,.
badly made flying T[
h out what arc the agricultural one of the phase that should be care- These the fundamental
:, the war. But that was war. This is are
.\llo\e U Courtlmid. IHne Ireuver ucts for which Florida Is prOd-\\ fully examined.( In certain other agricultural ;-
and able and brave enough .
I peace, men a K:"n I best I such the
Matelh adapted. question regions, as corn
for that North Pole trip are valuable.A Purulanee title ) and :Nor; Reasons whD '
versification can be carried beyond belt for instance, merchant credit Is
mere trip of interesting scientific wand well be postponed chauffeur, Horace u!rr this. limit of natural adaptability. I playing A comparatively small rle'l
investigation
may who shot down Inner In the IntterV further question whether even if this In those regions It is believed that li&& ..
n @
until it can be made safely. 'Jl [( ] rrm t'
i\ home nt the end of n New Ynr were technically possible, it would be the proper party to finance operations .
-0--- of the three flnvrcolled I =. =- ::::o= : --= -
celebration economically profitable. the blink rather than the merchant. In.j
Man is an inferior animal, science f and claims lJlm Interfered "If I were to attempt any one panacea The banker's business is to bank; the O '- : Ti
tells If were as strong as car i
you. you with nr dpl! j>iirtnre-so he liot. or cure-all for Florida agriculturally merchant's business Ito merchandise j jI .
ant could lift 120 tons. If as I .
an you |*liit'. atilt lees it would not be mere diversification land I have often wondered whether -...- ., 1 .:
agile as a flea, you could jump over I |
but rather would be as follows in Florida there( has not been a tendency >

a tall building. What of it? ,. The future of Florida agriculture to mix the two functions to the / } .
By pressing a button, working a FU Quinine .i bon .'e :i.it : y. : i ; 1 A firm and! stable or- ___ i

B_ iiitM. of .Its ton' nut I 1" ir i and fruit growing depends upon injury of the banker, the merchant tanlinti'in that hat built '

machine created thousands by his brain of tons., a man Ho by Ilv'taee jny' /"r runout lift
can many c'! li..d K.\V.CFOVh -, .J n. economics with special!: referenceof grower himself. eronomiciil price and
can't jump like a flea but he can go oprntkat.I "-
i course, to marketing. The technl- "The civil war saw farms and gracing -

up in a flying machine and stay up. rnl side of agricultural production although cows on Fifth avenue and Broadway .:.;.. 2 A chassis MI demiineii
The flea cannot do that. It's betterto ., .. And coordinated that It
Asks Movie PaU I impressive from the standpoint New York City, where Columbus .
have the in your head than : : : perform e'l|..ully effielcntly !-
power
for $100OOO of society as a whole often hal Circle now is; strips of Chicago .::_ uivJcrall condition

in leg or arm."Market (I little bearing on the personal prosperity lake front, where great twenty story G 3
A wide variety of
on a bill turnover I of the grower. All pointed out hotels now exist, could be purchasedfor / r body I typri that med.all r f iB
buoyancy
in the year book of the United State a few hundred dollars when wan Individual r.iutreinrnliand 5
Wall Street line yester- "
the
was department of agriculture some of a boy. Where buffalo roamed in Iowa, ., establishes a stand

if, day. Somebody bought 1,319,000 I the biggest years from the standpointof :Missouri and Ohio fifty years ago, nrd of quality and .tyl .
bonds and nearlyall
of various
shares physical volume of production have great cities now exist, and land] sells 4 Duicle authorised

of them traveled upward.It I been relatively small in financial re- there for ten thousand times anti a service available evrrywlirre -
hard to find cause for ,
would be throughout the
turns. So long as farmers continueto hundred thousand limes what it sold
this country's pros- life of the car ewt.sy
gloom as regards throw all their product on the market for then. John Jacob Astor, hailed
,
would allow a
lawmakers
perity. If our simultaneously, within a compar- as the world's greatest real estate ex-

enough immigrants/ of the kind w Yr atively short period that will be precisely pert, is said to have sold the wholeof
needs to come in to When bettcrlultomubUes8rc built
that this country
the time when prices! tend to Seattle-harbor and all-for $100.

develop unusued acres, and consume be low. Men of Florida- the same opportunities '
would be v Bu'1cK'Will build them
conditions
surplus products, I "The farm literature Issued duringthe exist hne. What has happened

even better. past years has been almost exclusively in the West during the past fifty

The worker who thinks that Immi- devoted for one purpose; viz years will happen in Florida during t

grants would reduce wages should de- to showing the growers how to pro- the next fifty years. All that I is needed .

member that the average man of today vrocw rc duce more of each crop. Even froma Is faith honesty, co-operation, Industry -

with 110,000,000 people in this broad standpoint it is Important to thrift and the spirit of ser

country, from six to ten times as Thorn Mrlznao; Chairman of know which crops are most In demand vice, all of which are the product of LAKE CITY BUICK COMPANYJ
when there were Motion future Stars' Commit.
HM
roach as he made tee hits undertaken to raise 10O.OOO and which are least in demand. I religion. Have faith in Florida cooperate M. Smith Mar.

only 4,000,000 people here. of the million dollar fund to sequin have noticed a tendency lately for with every other good Flo- Baker Bradford Columbia. and Union Counties

o Cull mnlnrnln Montlcello, Va. Tbom.J..rrrroir the growers to study not merely how ridian; Invert your money in Florida; I -

The four greatest race horses best In Cs home as memorial *to .'o ra'se' inure but how to get more keep your boy! an.1ll'( rl. In Florida --r----When !liiUei---..tm'ile.' are bui. ttuick will baits thecu 1
A four the c:4u..I.lo"| of rtU4IJ-- r16.
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at 1 "
the world or
I money for what they raise.! This j Is my message to you today. I

advertised-Zev, Papyrus, Eptnard

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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELE GRAPH. STARKE._FLORIDA FRIDAY. JANUARY. 18. 1921. ..
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t &swwm :
made by the American Locomo- further relief, as to her family. She 1

News of Florida in Short Paragraphs tive Works at their Richmond
-.-""......-- ......-_ ............ .....".,..........,...umaa.n. have been delivered to the Florida "Is your husband kind to you?" I

n, East Coast railway for use on their "Oh yea, miss';"" was the instant -Just a Yg1%'.

1 Live 'State News9mmiumn"mnnmi system. Delivery of these great pas response, "he's kind-very kind. Indeed "
machines started in I NewLabel -
hauling
.AA..J: senger you might say he's more like a
i .... ._m._"._....+..\ .__**.. December artd the order is now being friend than a husband."

Told by Our Exchanges. completed, equipping the East Coast ., ; : '

system on a par with any railroad In for th. // .
WTI 1 ./'. lttBmmmdliatam i>imtCmC10 the South. These locomotives have"lenll'th a Didn't CountA ., (fJ. 'I iffs

Orlando nu-rcial I of the various vllll over all of eighty-eight :feet Detroit clergyman relates that \.; v
11 now has /fifty-five miles of secretary l I '6 Oih
,'I one day he was called upon 'to marrya slond6y"lL 6 .. f Heating
and they 53 cent
are more
hard surfaced thoroughfares, accord- ages und towns shows a total of $1-> per power
ful than the of which couple. His catechism of the pros : Cf ., SnnthaINSTANTLY
ing to the city engineer. 000,000 of construction during; the type engines j ,7.'I/
I pective bridegroom' was satisfactory
year. J have heretofore been used on that !
I and he turned his attention to the! I )
road. The total weight of tha engine
Al '1 I ''f ',, -1 Mm\ta.u ln.n' .t. tpmr/raft, ''fO \.
well as can be learned through lady. .:, .
i and tender when hauling a train: is 1"-'i.-. h. ... ; fin! barre 1 '\l'lat.I'! ,
1' n1 rt'-
the state the cold spell has :i O. T. Jackson of Atlanta died in lava been married?
papers about 400,000!) pounds, or 243 tons. you ever '1 .' .' : ?y'd' lived quick'1'' bv rubbinu in !'..I'BIt -
done practically no harm In thin state. ,I the hospital at Lake City Saturday Yee. slrlIIullband! ; .. ,r" .. ,.t':3ri ;= tang, which thereby permeate the t,
,i!' ... :.: I and ha Until
from Injuries received whe nhe -wai Becoming the loss dead? ? auttem :''t""slv'lllin"
I I despondent over 1 .r ".I'' :; t.'i:' other liniments:: Must o.ng lamniluof,
knocked down by !
': Gilford Hand>vrr". A. C. L. railway an automobile on of a sweetheart and a small fortune No, sir! ..'t I:': .,r... ja,1 t.. fv}; 11fl/llg oils no alu'hul'' acids or
". shops striker at High Springs, : the [.u.i- Cit.\'.Jackonville highway, during the World War, Mile, Ramondie Are you divorced? ?, :!o, M1' '; Mustang
nine miles east of Lake City about N not but I'm just as -, ; '\.'' J. ,' t''...' i. '\.. jorlinurtse when\ atpltints
1 t in dying there from knife wounds he of France, a teacher of Spanishin -no, exactly, Y'..r.I ., not eve ': (
8 o'clock. Mr.' and Mrs. Jackson were good as divorced. My husband left "I'f:s'," ; I.:" I open wounds. Ovur) 74 )eurd' success\
the local school '
received at the hands of II. I.. Cools1 high attempted I .4'f" ,.sT/ fr.'t1'r1\lAN
ito.i7 f <
< ,
"1 by, when the feud existing' there be- I.I I i| in their car traveling toward Lake suicide at Orlando at her aptrtment, me and we never paid the ministerfor 7" 'l, -,/'f, Quurr"LlVESTOCKand1'UULTRY.:: )

,' tween striken and strikebreakers ''City They had stopped by the side Wednesday. Leaving a note on her marrying us. ,: .:,. A/ :as... ".....,llIaa.t.d...taa'N.' .)
tP FAr ... ., .
,
1r M. hot. rI
of the :J
road to tire and Mr. wwUL
broko out allow on the streets of High I i I repair a dresser. of the apartment abe had been :.... :>.:.., .., I ";..qju".ld.a/T.murh
Jackson was by the side of his car Local Police In Action ..J ;;::.. :: .. ,. as. a''_
t Springs Saturday night. ,I occupying to the effect that she intended _____________--.-

!9'9'r' I I i when a large touring car going at self destruction, she engaged The local police force sat in a corner -Z./V//a:.! ; .w"'r.>t. .,..?.>.rI..IIInI'"I'..,.", ,...,."" ".. "h':'"'.'"'"'"".N..

William II. Holloway, 40, pl'oprleI I('i full him speed considerable, struck him and knocked. I another apartment. Depositing a of the clerk's house exclaiming, ..'r \".::;;;;.--.J Im; ,: .,..; ,'ror' r. h i" : !:k4 ""j.,wuY. I j"!'::'.
'distance
a inflicting .
i coin in the slot she turned the jets "He's thief scoundrel blackleg j( N \
tor of a shoo store in Jacksonville, Injuries which proved fatal on a a a ....: :..:: .:._ .:: I
and threw herself on the bed, think- -"
committed suicide by shooting himself a
i i I ing the end was near. When 25 cents "Less noise there," said the clerk. ft'i
through the heart with a pistol. TAG
The United States ol worth of had been issued the coin "What doing"
!' A note left by him said despondency'i department gas are you I
:' labor has announced the result of a automatically closed the valves, leaving "Why, I'm running' down a crimi I
\ill health "Cill' C'cod "
over prompted hint to take '. j Cf".s'; III':: 'ore /J'I?
"
hilt special survey of Industrial conditionsfor the woman in an unconscious con- nal.
lic.Using.
.F /" Florida as follows: The labor diti.,in. The fumes gradually escaped ; 'P"

t ; I t: situation In this. state Is considered from the room and she was found later They :Must De FunnyA I.I-I NI. ,3T

.. a broomstick handle from excellent for this period of the year,, and rushed to it local hospital. Attending husky member was escorting an
t i SOLD I UV fWe'HJ: GENLKAL! STORES:
'which keys were fashioned with a .''there being little unemployment !in physician* said she would re inebriated friend and fellow memberto

4 "'f safety razor, three alleged safe crackers any section. The harvest of citrus cover. the top floor of the clubhouse,

<< escaped from the Ft. Lauderdale fruits Is In full swing and reports In- where the latter might slake his con-

jail where they were beiihr held for dicate a shortage of this class of labor /V "rO"lIC: stant thirst without interruption. .

t action of tho circuit court. The trio ; also of general farm help and of Three flights of stairs had been laboriously ----

were arrested in Miami last year af- certain building trade<
ter' 'oberle. in east coast cities were I I It Is thought transient labor arrivingfor Energy and Vitality by Purifying! i ;.n': tha landing. I day. I
the Blood. When fee! its
traced to them. ; the winter months will take care Enriching effect you how I'I "Do YOU think you can stand two Highland, Jan IS.-E. M. O'Kelly A. A. Crews was a business visitor I
str.glhenlag.lnvlgorallnil lieU
I of the demand for .skilled mechanics. how more stories?" the inebriate was ask visited his family at Sparr Sunday. !Ito Lawtey Tuesday.
it brings color to the cheeks and
J. J. Mendenhall, formerly of Ilills.d ed. C. M. Click, J. I.. Briggs, C. S. I
It !improves the appetite> you >1m then M. L. Prescott returned Sunday
borough county who is serving a life:' A. Walton,'an employe of the Cum appreciate Its true tonic value. "Shertainly: ," was the instant, response Thornton, A. D. .Eell and C. A. Du- I from a visit with his sister, Mrs.\ Geo. I

w sentence in the Raiford prison upon mer Lumber Co., died at St. Augus- Uru<'o's Tasteless chill Tonlo is limply "If they're ver' funny ones." pree of Jacksonville, were among the Lastinger at Daytona.

conviction of murder and sentenced tine and W. M. Adams of Green Cove Iron' mid Quinine suspended In syrup So traveling salesmen calling on the I .

f front Clearwater, Pinellna county, Is Springs Is wounded and in jail as 11 please,nt I oven children like it, TIn but l r Allaying Suspicion trade here last week. i

t. ,:. supervising construction of the building result of n gun duel near Hastings'' needs! QUININE to Purify It und IRON toKuril ,. !\fother- I Mrs. E. Wilkinson visited relatives Mite', Cu..
I'y';. i which will homo the electric chair between :3 and 4 o'clock this morning.( hit. Destroys Malarial germs am Yes Ethel at Lawtey Monday. / !.:'-ts I u .4.1.. '. ,f IP, I'I'd'.. i ,. ,
I I li.hlnii "Hi I! "Iedttgorendrad"i : P e
.' which is to take the of the Sheriff Grip !germs by Its Strengthening, Invlgo/ Mrs J. D. Moore and Miss Lillie '. .
place gal Deputy Turhngton of Hastings Will do something for me? Ian 1 *iy r' 'hi'v. unM .Lk. I .1 t )"u can j
you .
:aunt PrTi'ir .ik:. j 1"I ,hut c(a. JAltt r tl IllJk HOD:U.IU: 'ID IM a ,
lows as a mentis of inflicting/ capital who was with Walton in a boat What is it ? I Cello Moore spent the week-end in i

punishment In Florida. I,Ion the creek! ut the time of the shoot I wish you would\ buy me n rolling South Jacksonville, guest: of !Mrs. I There are 30,462 different citrus

ing, brought the lumberman to townIn Moore's sister, Mrs. J. M. Saxron. ,

The department of commerce announced a desperately wounded condition, rl s"m" ] pin.Why don't you buy one yourself? E. O. Moore was a business visitorto properties 570 acres and in Florida 16,677,227, composing trees. 253-

for the state of Florida its and death followed shortly thereafter. IU ( Oh, you know Jim and I have only Jacksonville Saturday. I ,
preliminary estimate of the value on Adams and Kirtus Williams arc ____... ::111__ ___ -, been married few weeks and the C W. Cox made a business trip to '
l a Of the than sixteen and a
ii Dec 31, 1922, of the principal forms both held here In the St. Johns county store think not Starke Monday. .I more
man might we were Florida
VHPEVEN A CU TED half million citrus trees in 65 I
,I''. of wealth. The total amounted to $2- jail pending an investigation. and in- getting along all right. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Thomas,. Mr. ,
cent of them bearing tree
423, O'ZOOO, as compared wJth $921- quest. WATCH IS RIGHT and Mrs. C. C. Bennett and J. D. I I per _are I

:.',' .... 79(5,000( in 1912, an increase of 162.9 TWICE A PAY/ Moore spent Sunday In Jacksonville. I II
\ Citrus fruit in which there were
; per cent. Per capita values !increased 'The body of Boyd Carlton was discovered HUt VtOKKIMi PEOPLE Mrs W. R. Wimberly, of Madison, i )

, ;;. from $1T18 to $2,311, or 103.9 per by searchers in Lake Dora. The best of workers get out of sort spent several days the guest of Mrs. I long stems have been known to result j jI .
when the liver fails to in 33.7 cent decays from blue
j < ... I rut. They feellanguid per
cent. near Eustla, Tuesday. He had been H. C. Wimberly this week. I
half-sick "blue" and discouragedand
: !!: mold fungus.
i ; missing since Sunday when h*> and think they are gutting lil Y. Neglect Mr.' and Mrs W. A. Thomas and, E. I .

I Practically! the entire crop from his brother-in-luw left for a cruise In of these I symptoms might!!: result in a sick G. Moore motored to Lawtey Monday.F. I -----

1 three acres on the Hryants farm on a small boat on Lake Dora planning' spell therefore the sensible course W to ]M. Crews was transacting business -I To Cure a Cold in One 'IM-
take a lone or two of Hcrbinc. It I IH Just PROMO QUIMNr;; (Tulkti ;
lake .A\ATJVE
Palmetto creek has been sold l to Lakeland to shoot ducks. The brotherinlawwas i in Starke
! q the medicine needed to purify tho system Saturday. cope, the ouitli 1 and Hemldilio' and wurh i f. 'I
,.
grocery and commission interests found, Monday, lying unconsciouson I and restore the vim nnd ambition of : Mrs. John Padgett and Mrs Hardy '! I' W. LR OV t': alitnoturo'! ou Clix v.on ;

to net the growers hero $8,000 the shore where It is believed he health. lYico 60c. Sold! by -d -
< -
-
I per aero for the celery f. o. b. station, swam after their boat capsized. Several All Drug Stores

Avon Park. This is based on the parties continued the search for "

''r price per stalk named In the contract his (companion and sighted\ his lifeless JSUADrOKDBradford I

.,. nn dthe number of stalks each acre body flouting on the lake Tuesday AsI "' 'ba rl v'fe t

It, will yield. I I I yet the brother-in-law has been unable Jan. 19th) -N.'G. Hayes I CAN TOO LOOK INTO a WATSIDU noD FUUUX.IJAWD

t .,M I to give a connected account ol. Honesty Pur ExcellenceTo and C M.\ Andrew were to Lake Butler I 81)11 A. CIBAB SKY? I
Little Joe Wheeler of Archer, was what happened, because of his ox- Thursday.N. .
who wanted
'' a tramp to 6nrn a
.- riding on a large truck with Ills uncle haunted condition and effects of the
bite to eat, a woman said: "If I thot G. Hayes, Sr. visited Worthington -
when as he drove onto the highway :): exposure.i \L hcVorld's Most Protected People \
you were honest I'd let you go' to tho one day this week.
from field nearby the little fellow I

fell out a of the seat;, the driver triedto i I i T. Williams;;:-40, well known chicken house" he and gather the eggs" Drew Dukes and wife of Worthington The American people arc the most perfectly, protected people
"Lndy, replied with dignity "I
catch him but faded and the back commission of Ft. Lauderdale passed through here Tuesday.
''I man ,, was manager at a bathhouse for fifteen in the world.] Figures made public in 'NVns.hiriKtim; show that in
wheel passed over the lower part of' was shot and killed by Tom Ammons,, Mrs J. A. Kartell is visiting her
years and never took bath. the matter of insurance this country capita is so far ahead
a
r the back of his heaJIe\ lived only :SI I, Sunday night The shooting took son and, daughter at New River, Mr. per

l a few minutes after the accident oc- place on Ilrlckell avenue in front of Answered nnd Mrs. M.\ L. Harrell, this week. of all other countries that there is scarcely a second 1 in the race,

curred. the Gilbert hotel, and a number of 1'rajcrA Mr. William Conerly who has been though Great Britain hobbles along next to the United States.

I, -:-- spectators witnessed the murder The preacher who went to a Kentucky employed at Plant City is at homeon The figures in themselves are startling. More[ important

o.j Probably the biggest deal In Anas- .: crowds dispersed as! if by magic when parish horses was where asked the to parishioners invite the pray-bred a visit. however, i ii the lesson they convey-tho story they tell. First,
tnsiu island property ever recorded is the shots commenced and the place
of the !Mrs! W. S. Baxter and Will Mur- they bespeak of honor and willing of
ers congregation for LucyGrey. a strong sense a acceptance
t that by which C. C. Varn, of Flagler I was soon deserted except by the two
county and his associates have come main actors of the tragedy. Anunons He did so. They prayed three rhee of Tampa were visiting: !in our responsibility on the part of the America husband anti father.

into possession of over 700) acres of fired three times, waited second and I Sundays for Lucy Grey. On the fourthhe comunitv last week. Complaint is often heard that despite! the great earning
We- still have hopes of getting the
was told he need not do it :
Ann.tislu lands including two and fired twice Williams any
seemed to
more hard roads as the were In power of the average American, it is impossible for him to save
surveyors
,, three-eights miles of ocean front. The I start after his assailant' and then more.
"Why," said the preacher "Is she our section' Thursday sufficient money to ensure the safety of his family in case of
consideration The backed
was over 100000. i away, falling unconscious at
: dead 7""No Mr, Erney Dowling\ of Graham was death there be basis
disability. Perhaps some
or permanent may
t new owners will lay', out a subdivision about the point where tho shooting
4 and the tract will be platted by competent ,I occurred.A ," answered the man, "she won attending to business! in our section for this assertion. But thero it no basis for the assertion that
Thursday.W. .
the
engineers. 'I Derby. It Harrell was! in Alachun Tues the average man cannot protect his family, that he cannot, by

I tremendous falling lilY in the day. reasonable' saving/ provide an estate for those lie must leave

t Eight car load of steel rail have consumption of shine on the part of A Kit of Action behind without actually setting aside the lump sum which otherwise
llra.1.: D. Harrell and M. D.
arrived for South Jacksonville's municipal I Kartow men or a greatly increased Everything was wrong in the class Jr. of Palmetto returned home son, Wednesday would] ] be necessary, and which would greatly lower the

street railway according to I number of funerals is threatened! on of elocution. The teacher was discouraged standard of his living./
I
';, City Engineer; John L. Crary in : account of moonshiners stealing! a and he urged his pupils, !in some here visiting after having relatives.spent some time Insurance is now well out of the realm of the luxuries. It

charge. of construction for the city of I I number of barrels in which various,. excitement, to put more expressioninto :Mr, W H. Harrell left this week has passed from the !stage of the gamble. It has developed intoan

South Jacksonville. The rail Is arriving spray materials!, had been mixed from their recitations integral part of American life, so interwoven with our social

earlier than anticipated, states the Fort and Harper farms. The loss "To flat!" he exclaimed. "Too colorless for South an with extended relatives trip through: the fabric that today any man finds it possible' to protect his family,

r Mr. Crary, and it will only l be a short of the barrels was not great but the You can do better than that. -

timo before actual wojk will begin: on fact that they have been used In mixing Try again. Now! Open your mouth Edger in this Murrhee of Plant City Is visiting and Protection all wise men of do the so.' family, the certainty that the widow will I'
section.N. .
the line, he thinks. parts green and other forms of and throw yourself into it'!" this ,
to country
I I G Hayes Jr. was attending to not want or the child be neglected means more
a -- arsenic until the staves have become
business. in Brooker than mere saving to the state. It means added production. The
The Citizens Hank of Williston 'I .\nol hl'rlan: Saturday.Miss .
reopened thoroughly impregnated with the poison -
unafraid is stimulate to
face '
: Marie Raborn man who looks the world in the
' Its doors for business January 'Rusecl11': Harper to report the The hobo had asked the hard-faced was! tho guestof Fear of the future
her deeds of daring and accomplishment
: greater
Mrs L A.
1, following a complete reorganiza; theft to the sheriff on order that special woman for something to eat "Yes," week-tnd.aunt Cooke, the has kept countless thousands of men in the] ruts of mediocrity.With .

1.IonVedneAdIlY.. The bank was closed : attempts might be made to pre- she replied. "I'll fix you some supperif the
with confidence established. man can
Roland fear removed ,
1 November 5 nn order of the state vent the sale! of any liqucjr which may :you'll saw and split some wood I, ( Gregory, of Worthington, with
and such opportunity as presents
bank examiner when he discovered a. be made from mash soaked" in the sweep off the walk, fix that hole In was attending to business! in our section 'stretch his wings grasp

$50,000 shortage in the accounts of poison barrels. the fente, tidy up the barnyard and Saturday. Reasonable safety.Ameri8'e evidence of American
George J. Biitch! cashier. who sulcld-'' burn that rubbish piled up at the cel- News was! received here Saturdayof appreciation of insurance ie an
the illness of the Today only the dullard and the utterly thoughtless
infant daughterof intelligence.
ed the previous night. The bank was Erection of a gasoline storage tank lar door."

opened on order of the state banking with a capacity of two and onequarter "Lady," said the hobo as he started :Mr. and Mrs. S. C Andreu, of are unprotected. _

department when it was assured that million gallons at their Talley away "I'm only a hobo; I ain't this Starke. He U: somewhat better' at We are nearing: the season for the publication of the picture of

tho loss had been made good and the rand avenue plant Jacksonville, and I your husband." writing Honest Labor with the dinner' pail( and paper bat.

bank was in perfect condition, it was ,construction of several smaller tank,* N. G. Hayes, Sr., was visiting relatives -
in Gainesville last week.W. The Chinese Promise little and perform much. Let u. hope It Is not
stated. .
at I tub-stations throughout the state, Unusual LadyA
H Harrell was in Alachua a fact: that "nerer the twain shall meet"Mc
was announced by the vice president small boy entered the bank and one
During 1923 Lake excelled, day last week of the. ....r land of Htwrty. raw a few more re>-
I. 1. county if the Peninsular State Oil Company, walked up to the window and Inquired country 'tis "
f r by one million dollars its 1921 building i as a portion of that concern's expan- : strlcttve laws. It only cost 111' *,,< a head' for our' le Colds Cause ( and tluhten ItS a little more.
nIp and Influenza every year HO get busy up
program and there Is every indication 'Ion policy/ which will be carried outin "Mister," he said, "I want a checkbook

that 1921 will more than carryon i i Florida' during 1921. Within three for a lady that folds in the mid LAXATIVE J .!.*. Tl..BROMO" u n QtrjTNE uyIn.. Tnblrtj".-...r- .remove OuilufrGive .f h. There U nothing calenlnteil to upset| our confidence 'In mankind as

a 25 per cent yearly increase. nonth i Aerie. additional branches will dle." \., -'r')a b -.",.. lr f$. .. L ninth an the cou *rsatloii l iiullonopher who press us to lend him

A survey of Lnke county, just made have I hem opened, making a total of a Ire *i>ot. .

by the director! of the Lake County eleven acemie in this state operated Too KindA the hen plenty of warm freshwater The uteot recommendation of the reformer after conference with

L Chamber of (Commerce' or by the co1'I I by the Peninsular State Company. charitale young lady, visiting a the lri.1nlc:I nut Is that sweethearts should kiss one another .good! nllht
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\ r ADVICETOTNEAG DAu. anti Grey Lag, will race this year at JACKSONVILLE ROTARIANS ()

: II nEAR BAUSON'S ADDRESS \
I brine.lnflnmlli..uch i ueluaxinh \
bow.!., w..k kidn.yi. torpid fiv.r. Anyone of those'! hordes would sell I -_ : SOUTHERN

for, at least 100000. Message of Vital lutereM to Evtry ,

Tot's PiHsMv. The automobile show, not far off', Citizen of FloridaRoger
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S sp.ctaa.ff.ct on th.M ori.u, I \.M ill!| show you various cars, telling
timuUtinii. lh. bowch. .i.... _tur. I of W. Babson addressed the
ctwn.mud fanpwtf vigor la lh../.t..... IBy I for a few hundred dollars, any one I
Jacksonville Rotarians at their lunch- I .
which could take the four greatestrace "
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horses, one after another, and eon on Tuesday, January 8th, and in .- r I I '"\.\)' ;

l I run them all to death in one after his message Bounded the keynote of C N'. ,t t.:1i: C tf9! iJJ :','' (

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progress and future development for : ,-
is / I IU Ik noon. Florida.! Mr. Babson's message, ,-- ,It', rdmc ',
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Once fast horses were important.Now \ !
backed by his own belief and faith inFlorida's i! r : : -- :
they era part of gambling ma- Hi ,"It-f: 1'i :
future from
and
coming a .
and they.won't last long.
chinery, --I
man of high position in national financial ( .V

-0-- circles, is of Intense interest LI

For real news of Europe watch the to every F,1<.rldian, banker, merchant ', :.ji t

\ : Li exchange market. What the world farmer or whatever his position may ., 1

thinks of a nation's money tells what be. Following are parts of his message -

I the world thinks of that nation and :

its position. Yesterday the franc fell "In preparing for li>24, the Florida i 7 1freswQ;
3 a
Arthur
Brisbane below five cents the lowest record.
banker, planter, fruit grower and the

The French public debt, in three years merchant needs only to have faith in r _.---- -

BRISBANE CU HEAD has risen from 200 billion to 400 billion God and faith In Florida. *

FIXING THE BIBLE francs. War does not pay, especially "Few people realize that an economic -

BRAVE !MEN ABE VALUABLE. if you keep it up after it movement has gigantic power.It s

POWER IN THE HEAD. ought/ to be ended.HOW'S. may not be so loud and spectacular For the future of the South

; but it Is just as Irresistible as a
FOUR GREATEST HOUSES.
geologic movement. You learned at
EXCHANGE.A THIS? of the rt.'markA great responsibility rests
WATCH EUROPE'S school that, in Home remote age, ice BECAUSE
HALL'S CATARRH :MEDICINE will of its
the shoulders of the
do what we claim for Ifr-rlJ your systemof fields: and, glaciers from the \polar I upon

I Chicago professor translates! the Catarrh.Catarrh or Oeatuess caused by regions swept down upon what is now natural resources, the South teachers of the South-in the

Bible and cuts out completely John's IIALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE con- northern United States. The face of today is taking a new leaderpu1pit and in the class-room.

story of the woman whom Christ. forgave Ileliovea Rlata of the an catarrhal Ointment Inflammation which Quickly and the earth, even though of solid rock, ship in the economic progress

saying to the collection of old the Internal. Medicine a Tonic, which WitS ripped and scored like mud beneath of the nation. But the compensation I accorded
net through the mood on the MucousSurfaces
gentlemen with stones in their hands. : Uiu\ aiBlaltnx to renter nor- a harrow. How futile it would the great majority of

"He that is without sin among you, mal conditions. But this leadership if it b
Bold by druggists for over. 40 Tears. sound to talk of opposing such a gco-/ them is inadequate.
let him first cast a stone at her." F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo) O. logio' movement or trying to resist to be maintained, must have a

-0- those! convulsions that threw up the moreenduring foundation than The Southern Railway System .

John never wrote that, says the mountains and gouged out the seas. the possession and exploitation which pays three million

learned translator; somebody put it in Such defiance is too absurd to con- of material things. dollars per annum in school I

Another learned man says the Bookof _. template. Nevertheless I have seen taxes, voices' not only its own

John was written two or three Principals in Latest people seriously set out to combat The South of tomorrow willbe best interest but the ambition

hundred years after the death of the Movie Mess some economic trend that Is just as made by the children of to- "
of its 60,000 employees in respect
Christ, and, if that be true, John big and forceful as a glacier/: or earth- day. The boys now in school
to the future of their
quake.
might have missed something.If and attending the churches
-0- .....r -_....- "By this economic trend, I refer to children!' and their!' section,
will be the of
the fact that when Is in its captains industry
other wise a country when it expresses! the view thatgreater
now some person early stages of development, the na- and the leaders in the professions -
would cut out of the New Testament &Jr- rewards should be offered .
tural direction of truffle is from Haft a few years hence.
"The Sermon on the Mount" and "suf- I the men and women who
r to West. You will notice that the
fer little children to come unto Me, Citizenship is in the making are building Southern citizen.intheachoolsandthechurchea .
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and forbid them not," the job wouldbe industry ship of tomorrow.

perfect.
first swept from the Atlantic toward
The story about the woman forgiven .
the Pacific. However country
as a
in the eighth chapter of John, U
becomes more fully developed and,
especially interesting, because in all
f more prosperous, the natural move-
Sii
the Bible it contains the only refer- t
ment of traffic is between northern /
to writing done by Christ: ,
ence any regions and southern regions. Each (9 ihe
"Jesus stooped down and with His SOUTHERN SERVES THE SOUTH
region specializes on those products,
finger wrote on the ground. And
and activities for which it is best
i that answers in an interesting way
adapted. As there are sharp differences fi # : 'S
other wise! men, including Renan, who fr1.
I in climate between northernand
say that Christ, a simple peasant of
southern regions: there aro differences
Galilee, never could read or write.
of products and activities.

II -o-- Hence, exchange is natural and evitable -
gyp
It pays to save little things. And r
and traffic flows from North to L-.J1 ,
some rich men are rich because they ,
I South and South to North. I
know it. But suggest saving to a e
"Hence by as the United
j year year N/p A
young man who hasn't got anythinghe t YCdaa States becomes more highly developed -
and
smiles compassionately pas-
we shall see tho importance of I- -- -- m
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ass Henry V" Ford doesn't do that. HIM these North-to-South and South-to- rings l us to co-operative marketing. Owing' to the quirk| simd ciuouniercil :I'IUHII'lICDmr.al/mwclCDtllcntnfWll''tD) / '! > !ialim

plant in Detroit saves waste paper, I ... North movements of commodities, there is no magic: about co-opcratnm, ; whu'h r.uiHi's a pile, after" I'urh, n COFFINS & CASKETS

string, used-up heads of mops, bro == merchandise and even the people neither will It replace intelligence I Mow, to ri'bounil. the pile driving for ,

ken nails, nuts, bolts, etc. At the PU.vJd.U,1J 1ft themselves. There will be by railroad I land energy. It will, however, make Alligator bridge! him hero, i slow| work, ; And a Full Line of

end of a year the saving equals H mil-I .,..J.111ac1tQnn.J1t by highways, by ocean and I inland it possible for Florida growers to use but is now ulinoxt done. Then the superstructure UnJfrlaknr' SuppliesAUTOMOBILE

lion dollars a month.It waterways an increase in the more effectively (heir intelligence and, will ho built and ttu, >re>

channels of transportation, which will energy./. One of the most promising will boI very substantial bridge. IIKAKSEAlwara
-0- I hand. The beat ...role. -
greatly add to Florida's prosperity.Florida's things in thu outlook for the Florida II on
send the dirigible
is planned to I at the lowest price. Bp-
Shenandoah to the North Pole; an interesting x ", Agricultural Future /growers!' is their growing interest in Judging from the plentiful supply del attention to telegraph or- .

I "There has been a certain school of co-operation, in raising better fruit ... Registered Bmbalaicr.DeWITT t
i idea, but some engineersand of vegetables In this market, the lute
the Shenandoah is rather than more fruit and in canningthe : .
others declare diversification.I I cold spell did very little damage.

unfit for such a journey. surplus.! C. JONES
doubt about it there f pnnncea or cure-all. Although not a "For a long time I have been!' some-
If there is any Now is the tiniu to order strawberry STARKE FLAeommwmmwmmmarmtDwa7t
specialist in agricultural economics whether the
should be no such North Pole trip, what troubled to system I
and men of high authority should I have felt that this! clamor for di- of merchant credit is a good thing for tickets at this vffice.i > ) wmtvm=i

take no needless risk with other, especially vrsiticatii>n does not quite solve all j Florida. It is, of course, a system of i

as they themselves would nut the agricultural problem of \ [ long standing- Under this system tho ;

liven: if recognize the South made
be included in the crew. we \o'ioridll.\\ has unquestionably

-0- or even the necessity of a ress, and enjoyed periods of prolt-I

'. Men were sent to their death in amount of diversification, there U! ity. When, however, wo are .4'8

made machines during still a deeper problem, namely, to find ning for the future, this i is: certainly
flying:
badly f hrOa Tilt '
the war. But that was war. This is out what are the agricultural products one of the phases that should l be care- these are the Fundamental

able and brave enoughfor drove' In Courllanil, Pine, Ileuver for which Florida is! naturally fully examined. In certain!' other agricultural -
I peace, and men / nil man. aboard a yacht with KVH: best I whether diversification such the
adapted. question regions, as corn
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that North Pole trip are valuable.A I'urvlane (Ut'ft') and Maliel, 1 Nor Reasons whLjrJ
be carried beyondthis ) belt for instance merchant credit In.
mere trip of interesting: scientific mind (right), Below U Mls. Normaud's can !, "
investigation may well be postponeduntil chaurr(>ur. Horace IJreer: limit of natural adaptability. I playing n comparatively small rol.. ,

who shot down Dim's In the Infter'n further question whether even if this In those regions I it in believed that
it can be made snfely. I
home nt tbe eud of nI'W Yturcelelirntlon were technically possible, it would be the proper party to finance operation
-oMan -- of the three freer :
is an inferior animal, science callvil foi, MlMi Norrnund with her economically profitable."If is the bank rather than the merchant. ,

tells If you were as strong as car ninl 1 claims III hie. Interfernl I were to attempt any one pan- Tho banker's business Is to bank; tho

an ant you.you could lift 120 tons. If as with hr "lomrt'ire[ -su he bot.lUiicx acea or cure-all for Florida agriculturally merchant' business in to merchandise j

hill Int'g.r it would not be mere ill versification and I have often wondered whether r-1
agile as a flea, you could jump overa I II |
but rather would bo an follows I in Florida there has not been a tendenry >
of it?
What
tall building.
By pressing a button, working a n.. Quinine ..i UO t n : The future of Florida agriculture to mix the two functions to the''I D 1 A /firm and stable or-

off lt. f<,ii and ''S and fruit growing depends upon injury of the hanker, the w Kaiiituti'in Hurt linn built
created by his brain a man .
machine II"" HROMD I Q' IMS.- thousands of tons. Ho by jly. mn'1 <*HUin* .1< I' J' "1. gaining a greater knowledge of practical and likewise> to the | n uniformly ,weal| cur of
can lift many m'I!. -I.'., nj t.\v.(,KOV t. .: n. economics with special reference himself. I rrmoniiiMl l price and
can't jump like a flea, but he can go grower operation. ,
of course, to marketing. The technical "The civil war saw forms and! gracing -
in machine, and stay up.
flying
up a side of agricultural production although cows on Fifth avenue and Broad 2 A etiaHiiiB IKI dcniKneii

The flea cannot do that. It's betterto than Asks Movie Pals I Impressive from the standpoint way, New York City where Columbus and coordinated that itprrfnrmq
have the in your head equally efficiently -
power
for $100,000 of society as a whole, often has Circle now is; strips of Chicago under all i conditions.

in leg or arm. I little bearing on the personal prosperity lake front, where great twenty story
Q 3
/ A wide of
II of the grower. As pointed out hotels now exist, could' be purchased variety ,
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"Market[ buoyancy on a big turnov- Mxlytypesthntmeetsallintit
I in the year hook of the United State for n few hundred dollars when I wan .... rntulrcmmt
the Wall Street line yester-
j er" was I department of agriculture, some of a buy. Where buffalo roamed in Iowa, I antI esrablinhea a eland

day. Somebody bought 1,319.000 dIP biggest years from the standpoint Misnouri and Ohio fifty :years alo'l / nrd of quality and itylr.
.
bond and nearlyall
of various
shares I I of physical volume of production have great cities now exist, and land sells 4 Uulck uurhorltecl
traveled upward.It
of them .
i 1 been relatively small\ in financial return. there for ten thousand times and a service available ev.ry-
be hard to find cause for
would
where the
.. So long as farmers continueto hundred thousand times what it sold throughout'
regard this! country's pros- life of the car .. i. HP
gloom as
i throw all their product on the market for then. John Jacob Aster, hailed
allow -
would
If our lawmakers r 1'y
perity. immigrants of the kind Yvrocn simultaneously, within a compar- as the world'. greatest real estate ex-

enough atively short period that will be prey pert, is said to have sold the white
needs to come in to When better automobiles; built
this country
that the time when prices tend to of Seattle-harbor and all-for $100.

develop unusued acres, and consume low. Men of FlQrl conditions would be 1.-j Buick will build them
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surplus products "The farm literature Issued! during exist here. What has happenedin >

even better. who thinks that Immigrants past years has been almost .xrlunively the West during the past fifty
worker
The devoted for one purpose; via: years will happen in Florida during

would reduce wages: should de- to showing the growers how to pro the next fifty yea.... All that is needed .
of today I
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the man
that average I
member people in this c+c duce more of each crop. Even from is faith, honesty, co-operation Industry -

with 110,000,000 a broad standpoint, it is important to thrift and the spirit of service -

country, from six to ten times as Thonin! Melzhnn.; Chairman of I know which crops are most in demand all of which are the products of) LAKE CITY BUICK COMPANYJ
made when there were lb. Motion flrturr !Stars' Commit.
he
much as and which least in demand. I Have faith In Florida cooperate -
here. tw lieu undertaken (o raise 10O.OUUnt are religion. M. Smith, Mgr
only 4,000,000 people I Io lie million dollar fund to equlrvHIM have noticed a tendency lately for with every other) good Floridian Baker Bradford Columbia and Union Counties

hordes in I ) ninlnfnlo Montlccllo. Va.. Tbom.no the grower to study not merely bow ; Invest your money in Florida t _________ -
The four greatest race .J".OIl' home a* memorial tn a raise more but how to get more keep toys and girls In Florida, Buick will buJuFIUOA. ther.4I
at I I. 'iI' J* four best I the Champion" | of rtU.low Ut..rtl. your When !bdieel ..automj..ilel are bu...,
the world-or "
Eplnard' I money for what they ral... This I Is my message to you today
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FRIDAY JANUARY 18. 1924.:
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PACE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELE i

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Bradford Is like unto Swat ruled by the ak- I Political Announcements I IF
Telegraph
County hoond which is said to exist, yet can- ARE LOOKING UPI

'- --.-.-.-.. -.--... .-. -..,. ---.-.-- not be found on the maps. But maybe I ALREADY THE BUCKEYES
some r.ut" only placed the nam FOR SHERIFF
Published weekly and entered as on the index as a joke. I Sheriff I horotiT or Bradford announcu county myiwlf, a",4.al, d elected I far 1

recond class matter at the post -- IlTl promise" oiricv.fticfent I ...administration.nd for law of.enforcement thv shoe
ILUlPTONHampton I equally applied" to ono and all. without fearor 1 $'
office at Starke. Florida. favor. I iall appreciate the aupport of m'.., i
r.- __ = : the votore at the primary, June 8rd.
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W. M. (MITCH EDWARDS.
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W. S. MATTHEWS. Editor and Owner Jan. 18-Rev. Jenkins of ,s. \1 t3 sewela '

Mcintosh, preached at the Christian 1
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church Sunday morning and evening.D. -'i'1r
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY

M W. Moore and 1 E. J. King arc Church Services I I I,

ti SUBSCRIPTION RATE, attending Masonic grand lodge_ this
I week in Jacksonville.
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Rev. Inclham, of Waldo, will preach r bi

.'. at the Methodist church Sunday. next, e

v.t., mlrninand evening. The Bible school will meet at !9:45 J r
a. m. on Sunday morning. Divine ri i

Mi; <. C. !'. Sus.ier anti daughter,f worship at 11:00.: For eight Sunday

I Clara M-iy, of Valdosta, ara spending mornings the pastor will conduct interesting tY"r

tl'ia 1 1 i week with "Mrs. Sasser's parents, services. t will\ be something IsY
t. r
Mr. and! Mrs. P. B. Hunt. new. Sixty books on "Steward

ships and Missions" have been freely Ml i
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7t' Mr. Larson and family of Minnesota distributed among the families of the ,

(. have located on the Deck farm church: and congregation. In this I II II
No. 4S54 I
near town. .book are eight chapters, and a chap-
(Member-hlp in National Highway ter. each week will\ be presented :from ttmtlhl I { ri a i

Association) Rev: A. S. Jones will preach at tha the pulpit. The members of each I

Baptist church Sunday' morning? and family prepare: during the week on II II I

even'mir. the ,chapter to be studied, and the I,
THE PEACE PLAN AWARD
pastor will speak on the topic, and '
1 Capt. J. J. Lawrence, of Keystone give opportunity for questions and 0

The bent plan for world pence, for Heights, was a business visitor 'here answers. The membership! roll\ will "

which Edward Bok of Philadelphia this week. be called at each service, and a record -

has offered $100,001), has been chow, kept of those engaged in the

tn by the Judgo from out of 22,163 Miss Cortes Douglass, who has i study. Bo present next Sunday, and

i%.' plana representing the opinion of mil. been the guest of Mm. W. R. Jacksonfor bring others who may find this sort

lions of A mot'leans. l'ho text of this several weeks, returned to her of instruction helpful and inspiring. MMouenC.r

plan hus beer widely circulated: by homo in Macon, tin, Sunday Bring your hook with you.

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acceptscc Postmaster Cow, of Brooklyn, was U. at 8-30 p. m. The eveningBer- ,
smile at it? f can, --
On reading this particular peace a buni 1108 visitor here Tuesday.Mflow I vice follows, whe nine third sermon you you
have no conscience and certainlyno
you
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plan, one is astonished at Its superficiality "' -- in the !nerlei on "Three Things to .
religion. It's enough to maker angels -
but perhaps that was the CecIl < :'of: Sunbeam, was a Avoid" will h glvmi. The holiday couldn't smile and = I
They
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j reason why it was chosen. It offers visitor here thin wtlc.: season prevented the delivery of this! weep. it--children and CLEANouy 6'mm
giggle over seven
a few vague suggestions; that maybe I last sermon' in the series, and several twelve for
playing craps money on
i" interpreted one way or another, I'rof. Duval and wife, of Lawfey: ,have requested that it be given This! their father's table.
w ro guests of Mr. ,and.\ Mrs. C. K-: announcement will Insure dining
that i i. better than to be a goodly
but probably
The tells the "Out o' Heart" is
Harper, last and "And the father passed throughand picture storjr.
Saturday Sumtuy. number at the service.Another .
too positive The United Staten, its '
often of "Out o' Pocket..
i said 'Children (church members) more a case
author thinks should be sort of advisory ------ -
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i times be tracedto
o. Pocket most often
member.,f the league; of nations L. J. Wynn. wns a business: visitor PIIESR'Y1'lItIAN( 'Children, you are getting into bad Out can lack of thrift disregard for
improvidence
i to Mtairhe I Mumlay. habits. ;
but not a full member, and '-/---
frurn "And the children get into bad habits saving a portion of.what you earn. ... -
should accept no responsibility In quotation Gipsy I
The idea that Summer wanes.
Dr. MUIillctun\ of. Starke "butterfly" never
.t : was a Smith because their father and mother
any way that concerns European po- :
That the of Winter come.
I II rigors never
Jltl.... Thi're should be a commission profcssionttl' visitor_here f KftrnJay..., "Here's another one :for' ;you) : Write have lost their religion-if they ever I Make this Bank your "thrift shop. a guardian

t,)' look' over and revamp the ales it down and )look at it and listen to, had It"Sunday .
now existing for International guij- Col. Knight, of Starke, vas a profeaaional I the music o: it when you get \home; school at 10 a. m. against an "empty pocket.
visitor hero this 'week. ;The "desires" of life, and not the requirements,
ante and so on. Thin country should' 1 'And J..SU(1! want to say It softly I Preaching services at 11 and 7'30 are the emptiers of pockets.

stick to Its :Monroe dottiirie, hutra 'withdrew Himself into the 'wilderness o'clock. "once" then
R. A. jrrcn, of S Ui ike vU- x Think twice before you. spend youwID
14 was a '
will do that anyway! without being itor here Monday in the interests of and prayed; and 'J8us rose flpKre.lt Cordial invitation to public.T. I chink; o| A VING. That Is the big thought
urged to do so. a while before it win Joy to -' v
J. HEDGES in life. The dollar
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I his candidacy for .
?' congresi.Juniwc pray:/ ;' and 'Jcsua spent, whole, night! I a. '
The plan I IO no more than has already I Minister. r SAVED is the dollar
been proposed time and ul*4ln, I Chiiftliau Endeavor in prayer Jesus, the:: Son of God.! I f, ra t EARNED,

it bring the matter no nearer Rolut- "Ho was the jewel for which this -r ;. (1) I II
The Junior Christian Endeavor Taut CHURCH OF CHRIST NOTES
ion. This problem! must 'b* left t... vast universo Is but the mere RcUmg; ra I II
Friday l evening aid the following<< ojt- II
with His .
solve itself The trouble Europe tCIU''were: Jewel IIh words nre I I

is that there ru, ta many Jiffrt-! lIcns: were elected: for thi year: (eternal\ and the light!, of His eye Is The spirit I of fellowship and! optimism STARKEThe I
'! I RANK OP
S'lUn-rintoirlent! 1Irs.V' It. C4Lfn.Asmlirtunt .
? ent nattbng and lungimrjen. fuI.n.l- the light of the unl..el'so.-thu Creator in the worship last Lord's day

tiun has its pet QVer/iMIJ toward MM. J. IL Saxon of nil\ things, the God! P of very was fine. The minister endeavors to .

A' t coins one of the others; the hates and rresifW'Jif, KdwJixVlieelpr.: : ., God by Whom all things exist and j impress upon the church that it Is easier I Bank of Helpful Service

: prejudices arc many centuries' old; Vice! 'IIrel l5IJf.t, Leslie Futcli.: in Whom all things exist, for I Secretary, KateJIn Hobby I
the language and customs of one nation preach any muJtilateJ Cbmr., And l that God has called HM peopleto
I cannot be understood l by thu ntn- Assistant, HiTbeit! DurJeii., "He withdrew Il.msclf (la do big things. "Attempt great !
Treasurer/ Mrs. J. ll.. &.uon.: Jlrt1Y'1 14
ere, and those who talk and net diffev! .. How often di> you do that? You things for Goo:! and expect great'

ent to o\lrs(>lvl'iare in the wrong: The following committhy were appointed :yourself a follower/ how often do you I things of food," should' be the mottoof ,

you know, and it doesn't! matter what : pray ? Have you |prayed) todjy How i ,, aO who follow the Christ who has I -> rlgf (

we do to them. 'rhe World war put 111rthdl1Y, Verl Manalre, Sfyrl John- can, you, how dare you call yourself. '"all powerr'r heaven! and in earth." I p,1bl At

the common herd of Europeans back Bon, Tluiriiton Johns unit/ Annie Ruth H follower! tf Jenu and never oven]' Some fine teachers were elected for ;41 IU', 'I ,4aA

a a hundred yeas!, at least/ In advancement feeploti.! pray? You don't! know the meaniiiK '' |the l Bible school for 1924.
Music, ,17mai! Johnson, Natalie
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of .
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and the pence treaty made matters Dib'e school at 10 a. m. -
w-Vrco. by altering the former Marclonny Annie May Pearce. an talking to men who !have Hc-v-', Preaching at :11 a. m. and 7:30.:

boundaries. I The following prfJR'r2t.m11"11 rendered // fir prayed with their families:, 1D/n1-1 j Choir practice 7 p. m. Thursday.

It has been said that the proper Leader: Verb Ma a Ire. I bern of churchfs, and! the children'' W. E. DAUGHERTY, -I Get your Strawberry Tickets here
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will semetinwa
say, 'I've never seen Minister.
way to educate a girl i is to begin/: with Subject, Jesus Beginning His work

t, educating her\ grandmother. The proper -HU Baptlam.Scripture I my father or mother/ pray. j _.,__ u -----.
"A I hoauti/ul ------
> girt came to mo the ,
way to educate nations h to begina Sl .
>nJJ: other dny and said, 'My father and

begin thousand now nrrd years keep in advance.everlastingly If we at Prayer..-Loar reading! Matthew 8:13-17: mother members are but Christians 1 have never and seen church\eith i(: Skinner Coke Heaters: Saved

it, perhaps a thousand' yearn! from Herbert :
KeadinR-Johnny HagKn,
the nations of the world will bo er of them praI am troubled About ,
now
Durden Erm .Iclm
and EitelUHobbv.
advanced enough to settle their differences my soul and I cun't go to them'.-and These Cucumbers ..
r. if child can't to thereis ; .
your come you, .
without fighting. There .
may Sentence led by Kmma ..
prayers) something the mutter with r- f .
'ou. .
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not be any more world war for a longtime I Johneon and cloned by Mrs. W. II. l / ..
"Where are you? He withdrew ... ., ryr i 0\"',\r*" I. 1PIDI.'I"' '
to terrible come, for science' of has destructiontill createdeuch GrliFin. Himself to the wiMerries sand pray- I Pa + \\11\jl\ ln\lII,1!\ )!,'";' II ''il II l;P II''M., .,:'!III II'$ !''II p.';1I1III"Wr', !" :,? ''',I, ?!,lyi I.k n''t'" \, '' '''' :' I ,' ''', I ...11111\\;,:. ,'h"' I" ':1111! : 11':11I'' .

means Scripture reading t5 ..i.'i: l :""rl..Jl"t '! .\ ;; ''' l lno .sv.1'';A : .. ''' I' !' -. n.' ,: "_'..L"'j'f'i'I: ';,,yY'1 '
ed. Do love the of < ;' : : .. ; -
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prayer .
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will .
inclined '. .
those belligerently Talk-Mrs.V. H. Griffin. "' : fj; ;o- '1> ; 1 : ; .., ::_ ." : \, : :''!I:
think twice before engaging in war Are you a praying man? I can't I : : \":$:' 4t : ; ':! ".f : i ::
; SonIC and) beripilirtion.HrpreNentHli :: : : : .: : i 7" : 1i :". rn
but listen ... ; .
stop, to text If .. .
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but the the small fry not give i'p I /! ;; ".. ; Jtj.
have the ,, ...., _/ :!./;( ; .J- ', : .$., not of Christ : '
their time-honored and inalienable any in&n spirit ; ; .. ..._I ] .i. oo" / ': ; -<< s .
at Hampton : : .':, --<> <)
e -t f {; I'(1 : c --1)\' \
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t right to squabble.We in this, he is none of His. You would y !::'= -.: ,::e .; .:J! ; '; ...-- v'- .. :v'fl;- ;tA; til" ""'_. :' 11''t.: .. 'iJ>.
r We are now preparing our new rather go to night's, jan than to u .. :=...=.- a -, I. '-.f' <.. ii; .. .'1.(<- 'r".r.. ... ; .....,-- ."r ..'1" .- -
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will never Ret away from -- Spring Catalog which will reach 100- I ., >r. ) _. # : ::- )> r. '"'
prayer meeting you know you would. 't# ; ; : .t. r .. ; "Z" -
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Mother Nature's apron strings. The 000 farm buyers. During next weekwe You would of'' '..' .. .. ..ri(;;; ... fJrl -0'.r
rather have night : "
a n a -
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.' old lady is not in the least sentimental will have a representative at 1i .' "; .; ...;. ....:: \ -4 : 'fd ;.; I 4'z -:.
cards church
and members and their 'C'-
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but cruel and relentless. She has Hampton at the bank to lilt! your children are gambling '! -: -, --; "_" _: _: .-- '" _..: ;...n..,::"B- :41: "(" ,.. ..---t. .'tj u...6r ; -

the habit of taking forty winks fit property. We want at least fifty "A .gentleman said to me the other .- .. ..- 't 1"- .....,..... times and leaves things to run them- farms and homos around Hampton the _;;-==:!: ::v;: -.- ,;. ...... ."'; .". ...'>.} ."f.1 ';1'- ;r P, "" .. :lq
day on train, 'I was in the .

nelves. Then she wakes up and localities find. for ale. If you want to sell, get: the of a very rich man and woman house doing I, '-= -:"<' -cl.. .=_ ,, "" t&._. .,.., \3..., sk- .: te(5:;: ( __*- P
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and animals
that men some price right and we can sell it for you. business. the other day and while II[ ; r- .qq- #
have increased beyond support
The better the bargain the quickerthe
the
was in room, two children, of
and she proceeds to eliminate the sale. G. M. Inman, Strout Farm seven and twelve, were playing craps'' Sketch, taken from a photograph, showing healthy and vigorous cukes on truck

surplus. Formerly this was ac- Agency representative-Adv. on the table.' I farm near Clearwater.Surrounding ,
r// complishedj to some extent thr h
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migrationei, but that is out of he -- -- I this field oat all sides are other fields with tender vegetation

question now. She has among her brown and withered killed or burned by the frost of November 17th this season.
[ elebrate5 104th Birthday With Call on President]
f means wars, pestilence famine, earth I
is
II Explanation simple, example tjpical. *,
quakes, floods and she is also experimenting zf

with lowering the birth t Supper Bier of HoboVen. N. I Outside it was 35 degrees above zero. Within this field 50 Skinner Coke heat-

rates in portions of the world. If the + J., celebrcted'Ms ICMlh birth.i I ers to the acre kept the temperature at 45 degrees, temperature! rise of 10 degrees -

human race ever quits warring, there I. .i day call by on visiting the President the capital-amito for j ja '! ; held it there through1 the night, savedValuabIe investment in seed, laboc/-

are Iota of other ways by which it !,, .tT4; Y h : tell Mm ha bad 143 Coolidga I, and fertilizer ; now worth many times its former value.

can have its numbers lessened.Mr. I i Republican totes ti> he!
family. I Skinner Coke Heaters cost little to buy and operate. They turn loss into profit'by
Bok will a high for 1
price
pay
making early planting safe and
early selling possible.
email value He has not caused the I

world peace question to advance one .. -
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Skinner Muchmtry: C ny.
-it places you under no obligation. Fill it I Dunedin, Florid

In a recent number the Telegraph I II In. Send It. I I have ....... acres at. .. .........
criticised the latest state map and I
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suggested' some improvements. Since ; ," K I I I I at ......... .... ......gi.' ..t!...:;-.,, f.....

then we have hciome aware of a fatal II and would like '" (lnforintlan,
Skinner Co.I5CK I tdomnniitratlvn) ofyour Cok. .
omission on the map. The villageof ri 1 I ; Machinery f .I ll ter>. I undvritmnd that' tbu.
Nut cannot be found, although the Burr not obllarts m. In any way.X

t index it should' be located in E- A Dunedin Florida I
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Red Bliss Irish potato seed at Kick- Miss Ethel Varnes was n visitor' to ", FOR SALE-800 bushels i I FOB RENT-Furnished house 111.I .,\
: 1\\ liter's. Starke last week.! | grown' N. C. Runner peanuts, I rooms and bath. Inquire at Smith's

R. L. Gibson, of Gainesville, spent | $1.75 per bushel. Seed Garage, Starke. itWANTE1
BUs of Local @ EverwearSilk with friends.Wiley to be first lass. W. M. -- ---
I Special prices on Sunday hare j
Hose at Slernberg's.Col. :!. Robcrson left Monday for Lake Butler. 1-11 Tu rent a small home,
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IIl.irlll:1tioll I Nahunta, where ho will make a visit WANTED-Decent colored slaw ::11, furnished, or unfurnnhp'' !.
J. L. Frazee was in Jacksonville t 1-: .1. 'I'ii'pni'', nt Telegraph, onin1.
W.
with his, son and daughter-in-law; with smart children biff enough
Thursday on legal business. M Rotor son. and other relatives. plow and do general farm work, ----
Concerning Our People Business ana /i9.\ I Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Smith are re farm near Palatka. Good .i-rl>
Progress in the County and Town. Miss Inez Abernathy spent Sunday ceiving congratulations over the arrival house to live in. Will (pay

with relatives at Brooker. of a son, born Jan. Oth. either in share of product or \ .

.. _______ ..1 T. Williams. and M. Varnes mo Poultry raisins and gardening
Livingston! Globe tomato seed. J. F. Gainesville work. For further LUMBERSASH
tored to Sunday after-i, principal
Paper shell pecans at Kickllter's. Enoch Griffla, of lawtey, had busmen Knitter. noon. I IIIII' oration apply to E. A/

I in Starke Monday. I and Mrs. Tommy Oldham, of Starke. DOORS
J. W. Andrews, Jr., returned today; \Mrs. Sarah L. Hamrick made a
from a business trip to Jacksonville. I). BoreD is building another bungalow business trip to Jacksonville Saturday Graham, motored here Saturday afternoon FOR SALE:-Good runner sped |> Lime Brick
on Welter street. and were visitors at the homeof nuts at 7 cents per pound. 1. : CementBUiLCERS '

E erwear silk hose, all colors, I her brother, W. H. Smith White & Son, Lake Park, I'm. 't'i HARDWARE

98c at Sternberg's. I III. Everwear silk hose in all colors Mr. and Mrs. It. L. Barker of Plant W. J, Roberson and Lem Brown I 1-18-41.

98c) up, at Sternberg's. I City have returned home after a vie wero visitors to Starke Monday.Mr. FOR SALE-Nursery stock li- -04
'Snyder went to Jacksonville I It with Col. and Mr. A. S. Crews. Wood! and don visited his nephew SAerwin William Pain"KYl1ni.
strawberry plants, $2.70 p -
Monday to attend to business.R. I J. IT. Moore, the Lawtey produce R. F. Parnell, last week. ary
1,000 f. o. b. Judaonia, Ark J. .. Varniht
man, was in town Friday. I Mrs. Lorenzo D. Green was the Miss Ednarae Smith, of Jackson Moore, local agent, Lawti-y, Flu.
D. Bower has been busy this I guest: of her sister-in-law, Mn. Den villa, Is visiting her grandmother, l-t8-3t. C OO.O"Eeerythine
week Beting out more pecan trees. Miss Kate Struth is in Plant City in Jacksonville, Saturday. uRev. Mrs S. E. Jones. for

I visiting her sister, Mrs. Sid Johnson R. L. Gibson, of Gainesville, and FOR SALE OR TRJ\DF.-A I
Balding and Repairing"Consumers
L. B. Simpson and D. G. Cox
Eggs and chickens wanted. J. F. Miss Mamie Hall motored to Starke months old pointer puppy, of g",
motored to Jacksonville this week to
Klckliter. J Sunday afternoon. stock, and has been. taught to q.q,.
I P. M. Barifoot in Jacksonville hear Gypsy) Smith. :
was Ga. trieve. Will trade for chicki-im.
I W. C. Wilson, of ValJosta! ,
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin spent first of the week attending Grand I spent Monday here on business and A. Tippins, Telegraph office. Lumber
I J. T. Richard, Francis L'Engle: andR. .
Saturday Jacksonville. Lodge, F. & A. 1J.
and Mrs M.Varnes. ----- --- -
,- I was the guest of Mr.
T. Richard, of Jacksonville, spent! FOR" SALK -Limited quantity No, I Company

$2.50 E\en\ear hose going at I Will have Georgia and North Car- the week-end at Kingsley lake. Florida Runner seed peanuts (
Master J. B Smith has returned to STARKE:. FLORIDA.
$2.00 at Sternberg's. olina peanut seed in few days. J. F., after visit with his prompt order at $1.50 per
Jacksonville,
Kickliter.Mrs. Mrs.'< Hoffman and son, Wall Hoffman I a f. o, b. Williston. I. T. l<'u
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Mrs. S. E. Jones.
Mrs. O. L. Beasley went to Tampa of Tampa, were week-end guests: grandmother, Williston, Fla. 1-IR-:!
Wednesday to visit her parents, Mr. i J. E. Wilson went to Brooker of Mr. WI1lr Mrs. A. E. Wall. Mr. and Mrs. R F. Parnell and j
and Mrs. A. C. Durden.Mra. Miss\ Eilnarae Smith motored a few
visit her brother, R. A.. I
Tuesday to nrot.
ammmmmmmmmIlm1IUnmC1mlllCawwmmm.mmmm.cm> ( 1mUllllllllllDIw.IIIIIWIIIWllllllmWlllmm
I days to visit her father, E. It. Smith.
visiting
Weeks. -' Mrs. D. T. Clark, who has been
'';.:l Ray Goodge, of Lake City, spent I
Emily Philips came up from I her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. n.VBinw1'i'ht
Dunedin Tuesday and Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs T J. Howze and children \ / has returned to her the week-end, here with friends nn l

Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh.It I motored to Green Cove Springs home in Jacksonville.Mrs. relatives.
Saturday.E. T. V. Williams, R. F. Parnell and LO.OKGOOD

will pay you to wear Ever Bert Stevens, of Lordville, N. Ray Goodge motored to Starke Mon

wear Hose-get them at Stern- I L. Prescott now has charge of Y., came last week to visit her brother day.

berg's.Mrs. I the Dr. Boss pecan orchard, south of J. D. Harris, who has been very Mrs Truby Dyal; of Plant City,
Starke. ill On Wednesday Mrs. Stevens and visited Miss. Ethel Varnes hero last
L. M. DeSha, of Jacksonville, Mr. Harris and family started back week.

is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I Col. and Mrs. A. S Crews, )Ir. and to her home. Cheiley Fogg, of Graham, was I in THINGS TO EAT .

Wm. Struth. Mrs. H. L. Barker, of Plant City motored town Saturday afternoon. ,

to Gainesville Thursday.Mrs. Jesse B. Larson made a pleasantcall Henry Brown, nf Starke, was a vie Visit MarketVariety
:Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Watson, of New at our office Friday. Mr. Larson itor here one day last week. our Sanitary

.' York, are guests of Rev. A. E. Dun- J. W. Andrews, Jr., returned has lately bought a fine farm east of

ham. Thursday from Jacksonville, where Hampton, and part of his activitieswill WILD NATURE'S WAYS
she visited her sister, !Mrs. J. M. Oli be poultry raising. He has already BEEF I PORK
Mrs. A. H. Green left yesterday for ver. secured a fine start of white Pork Ham 20c
Chuck Steak 15c -
Jacksonville to visit friends and relatives. He -
I leghorns: from the State Farm. Illustrated lecture by Mr. C. II.

i Mrs. R. T. Richard and daughter,, will put out as large an acreage of Watson, who made n study of bird Round Steak, 20c Pork Chops 20c
Miss Dorothy, of Jacksonville, sIlent Irish potatoes this spring as circumstances life in the United States and Canada,
Mrs. C. L. Morrow of Tampa, came the week-end with Mr. and !Mrs. W., i will permit. at the Methodist church on Friday at Loin Steak 25c Pork Stew ISc

Wednesday and is the guest of Mrs. L. Wall. 7:30: p. m. Admission 10 and 25 cents Chuck Roast 15c Western Pork Roast 2Sc
F. A. Scott. See for seeds fresh from for the ben
I us your and the proceeds will be
Mrs. A. M. Darby and daughter,, the growers. J. W. White & Son. efit of the school. All -the pictureswere Rib Stew, 3 lb. 25c Western Pork Chops 2Sc'I
Mrs. J. R. Kelly, of Madison, lias Mrs. S. L. Peek, were in Jacksonville l-4-3t. taken by the author from wild!

returned home after a short visit Friday and attended Gipsy Smith's life. This lecture has een given in SSe
with her sister, Mrs. A. S. Crews. CREAMERY BUTTER -
LAKE BUTLER
I: meeting. many places with the highest commendation
3Se
OLEOMARGARINE -
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I and it is hoped that every
Mrs. Anna M. Johns and son, Emmett E. S. Matthews, J. H. Ritch, G. M. Lake Butler, Jan 18.-The Worn ono possible will take advantage of FRESH OYSTERS 7ScI

Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Alvarez and I Inman, E. R. Neff and H. C. Wall an's Missionary Society of the Christian this oppot tunity. It i i9 not often that I SMOKED HAMS 2Sc.

children, of Jacksonville, spent the motored to Tallahassee Monday on a I church held their regular monthly such a naturist visits us so let us SMOKED BACON 22c

week-end at Kingsley lake. business trip. '. meeting last Friday afternoon. At greet him with a large and enthusiastic I WHITE BACON; 171.2i
I! tendance was good and much interest audience. i
Mrs. Annie Richard, of Jackson- Mr. and Mrs L. A. Davis were in : shown in favor of getting new seats: i i
ville was a guest the first of the Jacksonville Monday, and while there I I i for the church.

week at the home of her brother, E.I heard the noted musician, Josef Hoff- .i The women will give an oyster sup i Meat Market

S. Matthews.Mrs. I man. I, per at the club room, Friday. night %
beginning,: ; at six o'clock. Proceed-,
1
E. L. BipEff I returned Monday I Dr. and Mrs E. L. Biirgs" and Mrs' I will tea toward paying for the new fENT-A-WORD Next Door to Bank of Stark Phone 124

afternoon from Jacksonville: where J. W. Andrews, Jr., will go to'I seats for the church. ( M
she has been with her sister, Mrs J. Gainesville today to\ attend the Lieu.I I i iiotacl\ ( tsarmmmmmmmauammmmmmmromammmuwammmmmasmmtntemmtemmmitmm) > ) ) l ( !! otos
M. Oliver, wbt. n aori<>uily: ill) 1 1I
i,I l ranee (:oncert.i I The local ball team played the Law I
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.I i tey basket ball team Friday! afternoon -- -----
Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Williams and T. Ritch i is having his I
Banker N. .>.The score was thirteen to seven in WANTED-Responsible man or woman
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Thomas spent new purchase, the former Sternborg :' favor of the locals. in every community in South : I
Wednesday in Jacksonville! attending property overhauled, preparatory to I Florida to take subscriptions for I
,the League of Commission Merchants I.' moving there. I Saturday. afternoon the basket ball the Tampa Daily Times. Liber.il ; : Can You Get In? :

Commission I I team of girls played the Brooker Hal commissions, all or spare time. For
,------- I i Mr. and lire DeWitt C. Jones,, club, the score resulting being forty- particulars, write Circulation Dopnrtmcnt I 'I t ,
Judge R. A. Gr f congress: : filled several! speaking dates Wilson motored to Jacksonville Friday Fla. 12-14-tf I I
week and Is pa, and sundry organizations, are no doubt aware
In Baker county last/ Smith. you
to hear the famous Gipsy Mia Iva T. Sprinkle spent theweekend ------- -- i
stumping] Suwniuice and Columbia with her n tlicr, Mrs. W WANTED TO BUY-White leghorn i that before entering any of these sanctums you have I

counties: this week.!: I SIre Annie B. Barrett and daughter -i! ('. Townsend, returning ]Monday lo hens, young but good layers. Price to be in possession of the "Pass Word." I
Stella, of Jacksonville. and Mrs. Ocala where she is teaching. must be reasonable. Drop me a I
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\Irs. A. Z. A dIr 1m'. Mrs. E. M. 11\1.j E. Edwards: of Lawtey were the card. Mrs. M. S. Plank, Starke. Not only are you required to give the Pass Word
Johns and Miss Hilda Stwth will go Adkins. I' "
Sunday of 3lrs. A. Z. l-4-3t authorized
to ,Gainesville today to attend the guests W. C. T. U. Organl/ to some duly officer, but you are bound to

I4eurance concert While in Gainesville I Mrs. S. L. Peek entertained the :' Rev.Sunday Lillian at liritton the Christian Fulton delighted church: ---- '-- _-- give it to no one who is not duly qualified to receiveit. II

they will be guests of Mr*. J. C. : At !
Merry Workers Monday evening. her audience with a forceful lecture! f
Ad dna. the close of a pleasant time socially); Auto Topics
on "Law Enforcement. She pointed i
We the Pass Word of the
give to
one
the hostess served a salad course with can you
that successful oitizen
bw
Tuesday [| (ut) clearly to a '
The Martin debate !
Jennings- Gainesville, was attended hot chocolate. I' one has to abide by tho law which most desired institutions the world knows today.

evening by the in following Starke men: Fiddle in/ hued on the Bible. I This Pass Word consists of a Pass Book to this [Bank,
Mrs. Mary Snyder and 1 Mrs. !! Mr Fulton held her heavers spell!!-
Herbert Ritrh, T. F. Hoover, C. A. I where the heights to which ascend
Miller\! of Estorville: la., mho have bound. She In a regular'; or Jan lee you may are gov-
:Knight, A. Z. Adkini"Green, D. and C., Jotu-n 01l\0II1!, II been visiting lit the home of Mr, and .\i minister the Congregational church erned entirely by your own efforts and the help of i
A. S. Crews, R A
Andreu. Mrs 11 M. Snyder left Wednesday ,I and is a ministerial member of the S or ,11 this institution .
_. for a visit to Orlando. ,1-ast Coast association: of churches of -
--- : i ,| Circuits ( i
--!: I Of all the which have
degrees through
-- -- I Florida.! many you I II
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Watson of Andover. -(l Mre. Fulton organized a band of to pass.i i in banking travels the highest is "Inde-i
,ffoI of Rev. your ,
ae. vcu ., N. Y., are gust A'I I 'v. C. T. U. workers here to meet I
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I SCOTT'S E. Dunham. They!! are on their monthly, find the following officers A short circuit not only mean pendence!

to the Isle uf Pines Mr. Watson lal j I were elected: i diminished power but Is a probable Come to us and let us give you the Pass Book, '
naturalist and will upend some time of fire. Ferret out a I
I M i Mrs.! K, W. Miller, president.Mrs. cause I'
()n Bird Island, n government preserve H. L. Fowler, vice president. "short" as goon PS you hve any Your first deposit constitutes the "first degree", then

i.I i. near St. Petersburg, to study Mrs. C. II. Register, secretary. reason to suspect one. It pays it is up to you as to how many you may take and the

I a birds in their natural habitat MJTS. J. B. Crews, cor, secretary.Mis in town battery upkeep, 'In increased I rank you may attain in the pinnacle of Absolute Ins I
Ruby Proctor, treasurer. power, and may save I
A carload of household effects arrived your car from total )leas by fire. I s dependence.
Wednesday for Col. J. L. Fra- I
xee. They were moved to the J. W. SAMPSON CITY Th re are other common

Alvarez residence on Walnut street, -- causes of Ore, some of which Bradford County Bank
Ls11a opposite the Williams House, where j! Sampson City, Jan. 18.-Messrs. cannot !b* easily detected I )
the Fra? e family will live. They will J I Hiram[ Jones, R. F. Pamell Joe S. Even a minor Maze in your r
probably move there at the emi, of Williams and Lewis Parrish! motoredto car or garage mean an oat
thi week. Starke Thursday afternoon.T. lay of rash for repair It
)I C. Thomas, Mr. Hancock and in wise! to insure your c..r .
We are preparing for our Spring Jesse Milliard motored here Sunday asainitt such .loss. GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLY
Catalog which will reach 100,000 buyers. from Palatka and visited T. V. Wil I
We would like to have about Isms Get Automobile Insurance here INMAN &, PITCH

7 fifty 'equipped farms around Starke,!: Dogan Nabb is in Tampa and has covering, fire, theft, collision liability REPRESENT TilE BEST LEADING t J

Lawtey and Hampton to advertise In accepted employment. and property damage. INSUKANCE COMPANIES, FIRE, :
The better the bargain I I| Miss Doris Richardson han return-
this catalog.
ACCIDENT LIFE AUTOMOBILE
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the quicker tho sale. If you want \o I Jed to Bristol, where she Is teaching,I J. R. Davis & Co. BONDS LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS ,J 11
_; rings a7uraT sell, now is the time. List your property after spending two weeks with her .
within the next ten days. G. )[. parents, Mr. and Mr( Jim Richardson. -I Agency Established usa MADE PROMPTLYt' -

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WATER AS A FACTOR IN PRO INDUSTRIAL EXPANSION AND fly a small amount of Its sustenance.I I --

Ir With The Bradford DUCTION OF EGGS ( AGRICULTURE lation With the the demands steady increase on agricultural in popu::1 ASPIRIN


Water plays an important part in the production become greater and great
The farmers of Unite I Statesare
the life and work of the hen. Its uses I er. Th ''armers need to rememberthis
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given credit for substantial -
a very
I Farmers, may be summed up as follows? : and make their plans accordingly)
h portion of the enormous indus- I They need to study, more than ever, I Beware of Imitations!
First, it softens the feed in the digestive trial expansion that has taken place
( the the immediate needs
|fin past, of
process. since 11>00. Edgar E. Clark chairman :
the people to be with :1
supplied :food
Second the main ingredient of..
as of the Research Council of the I
I EXTRACTS FROM REPORTS OF GREEN GRAZING KEEl'S blood, water carries food and substance i I National Transportation Institute de- and other products from the farms.
They can not hope to be successfulin
AGENTS LIFE IN TilE LIVESTOCK 'from the digestive organs to I i
COUNTY
investiga-tions
I IL 'I the great industry of farming, 1 in
the tissues of the body. It also carries : that "American industry owes BAV

PI31ti' Osceola-Considerable- acreage has (By Spuds Johnson) worn-out, exhausted material and 1 its rapid expansion since 1900 primarily I' all its various branches, unless they ,
study conditions and call to their aid
been planted to cucumbers. This land This cold weather we've been has. tissues to those organs which throw to the farmers of the coun- students of economic '
directly
matters
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la tiled and most of the plants are up ing ia hard on the cattle and hogs { them off from the body. try." Along this line of study of the related to agriculture. '

\ and growing. Tho plants will be We don't have much: winter down herein I| I Third, water is important as a faci productivity of agriculture, manufac-

t boarded to protect them in case!: of Florida, but we do have just, I'i tor in egg production, aa it enters In- i, turing, mines and railroads Mr. Clark Ilttp-hazartl farming has had its
I' to the of the well day; it cannot Le practiced with
frost. enough to kill\ down and keep killedI I I'' composition egg as i|i says: any .
as the hen's body, the egg being! 70 ,. degree of success in this time. The
down, most of the ordinary grasses The research council; finds that the i
I
cent water i feeding and clothing of more than one
anti plants that stock relish. per I II ) increased efficiency of agricultural I
Madison-Shipped I 5 cases of eggs!: hundred
million
From the hen's viewpoint water is people is becomingmore t'aless,
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But little will do much you neo tin"Pmcr Crnec'
a foresight I production has made available for i I i ( on
r, i to a Valdosta hatchery; after these worth much food and more serious succeeding puikuKO tahlcU
There as as for she cane every ) )( or on ( .tun tie nut (/it
eggs are hatched the baby chicks will to remedy this situation. arc 1.1 not make an egg with either one other industries approximately 12- ''I year. The business of the farmers ting thu K(>miint> Buyer .A-pirui prme.lnafo '
fall
certain crops we can plant in o 500,000 persons gainfully employed, by millions and proscribed
y: be sold in this county. Wo+k progressing has with the J by
alone
II. B. Lansden extension grown population. It
fair. 'early winter that will pull our stock: I says according to Chairman Clark. This I physicians over twenty.three years for
J t on exhibit for Tampa !' poultry specialist of the Florida col- I will continue to grow, and be profit-
through ,
this hard period. In Sep. I number reflects the increase in population I Colds noiuluclie/
I loge of agriculture.A ; able in the years to come only as
tember I wrote I was getting my land in the United States from i' Toothache Lumbago .
y Wakulla-Held nix meetings this winter of oats hen will consume about six gal- there is intelligent study of conditions Neuritis lUieunuitiam
for
ready cover crops ,, 1900 to 1920. The American farmer I
week in regard to growing and ferti- rye and rape. Late In October and I I ions of water for every dollar's worth has supplied the need of a steadily i and demands! pertaining to agri- I Neuralgia Pain, Pain

lizing bright tobacco. Enough acreage early November' I planted the seed I of feed. Therefore, if the feed Is 1) Increasing population with a mini- cui ture.-Tlmes-Union. i I Accept "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin"only.

, i : was pledged by the fanners that ( fields worth a dollar to the hen, the water I Each unbroken package contains I
and now the are green. mum addition. to the number of persons direction boxes
proven Handy of
' also is worth dollar SEABOARD TRAIN SCHEDULE
a demonstrator was employed and he Whe nthe cold "snap came the other a engaged in agricultural pursuitsThe 1 twelve tablet cost few cents. Druggists

4 s will begin work at once. Fertilizer day my stock had been running oni Drinking vessels should be carefully output of American farms has / also sell bottles of 24 and 100.

is being ordered co-operatively. i i these fields long enough to have pep, rinsed when fresh water is given.If ': been increased thirty-seven per cent (In effect Nov. 11, 1923)) Aspirin Is the trade mark of Bayer .
SouthboundNo. Manufacture of Monoaceticacidueter of
water is supplied irregularly the -
dal enough to kick up their heels on the I with an Increase of less than five per Halicy licacld.I .
1 hens are apt to drink too much at a reaches Starke at 12:16: a. m.
Santa Rosa-A truck growers asso- coldest days. At the same time some I cent in the number of persons engaged No. 3, 10:59: a. m.
time. It should not be exposed to
ciation was organized at Jay on Friday 1'ot the neighbors who ridiculed the in farming.Mr. No. 21, Cedar Key 5:00 p. m. I
the of the be that allied
in these companiesmay
1 rays ran summer or
power
; cucumbers and Irish potatoesare Idea-who always ridicule a looking Clark credits the farmer with No. 15, Limited, 1:18 p. m.
J ; had stock allowed to freeze in winter. One will subscribe enough to pay 4 per
Idea-last fall NorthboundNo.
main crops to be grown by the i forward being "the principal contributor to -
organization I I moping around like they were nearer be surprised at the additional number the gain in the wealth and national reaches Starke 4:15: a. m. | cent interest on the cost of the Wilson ,

I dead than alive.Neighbor of eggs if the drinking water is income of the American people," and No. 4. 4:26: p. m. dam. I

Okaloosa Killing hogs for home Si Smith's cattle walked warmed and changed three or four that "the American farmer after pro- No. 20, Cedar Key 8:50: a. m. I "This offer made by these water
4 ) times daily during cold weather.IT No. 16, Limited 5:57
:
I "t, use was much in evidence this week. I around on the outside of my pastures, viding for the wants of 12,500,000more Wannee BranchNo. p. m. power interests adroitly leaves the II III

.. \ looked through': the wire fence and let population in 1920 than in 1000, 101 leaves-Starke 7:45 manufacture of fertilizer out of the
a. m.
Walton-We located another large out a kind of a moaning sound. The DRIVES OUT WORMS still had a surplus for export;" that No. 104 arrives Starke 3:15: p. m. I question and does not indicate how

fruit farm this week; it will be planted 'j county agent came along and, notic- The surest sign of worms in children is "our national ouput of food and other T. J. GRIFFIN much power they would be willing to

q to pecans, satsumas, grapes, Jun. ing this, managed to get Si in his paleness, luck of Interest in play, fretfulness agricultural products is almost 40 Agent. sell to anyone who is willing to invest
I j., 1 and drove the for Si's variable appetite picking at the his millions in the rebuilding' ni-
blueberries, sand pears and excelsior car by pasture nose and sudden Htartin in sleep. \Vlien per cent greater than it was in 1900,
plums. Several large shipments of benefit these symptoms appear it ia time to Rive and. has, therefore, kept pace with the FORD OFFER WILL NET GOVERNMENT i' trate plants for manufacture of fertilizer -

i sat umas are unloaded here every | Well, that was rubbing it in pretty White's Cream Verm ugo. A few doses] growth of population." To this Mr. : MORE! THAN OTHERS and who is willing to experiment -

week. In 1925, \vr will ship grapes I hard, I guess, but the Agent said his drives out the road the worms to health and puts the little Clark adds: "The output of manufactures :i and advance the air nitrateI
one on again. White's
business was to teach better agricul' and. mines has than douled manufacture business both for the
: more
the in I
by carload; 1020 we will h/p Cream VerD rUe! bus a record of fifty "Ford Would Serve the Public Power
s blueberries by the carload and in li)27) ture. Of course it ia not very flattering :yearn of successful uau. Priuc35c. Auld: by during this period. We are as well I I farmers who use fertilizer and for the

satsumas will move in like manner. to bo told that you are a better All DrugStores fed as we were in 1900; and we haveon Companies Would Exploit It" j nation at large, which must have unlimited -

farmer than SI, but's satisfying to the average about 60 per cent t I and cheap nitrate in time of

I. on-Shipped our fourth car of know that a county agent will select more manufactured products per per- Henry Ford's offer for Muscle war. Neither do they nor can they

sweet potatoes; the farmers received 'I your farm to point out as an example son to administer to our wants thanwe I Shoals, the American farm federation 'tell, what the power would cost the

very satisfactory prices for same. We I to others. had two decades ago" bureau said recently, would net the manufacturer, although they hint at

are also shipping from 40 to 50 cratesof I In addition to supplying something Accumulated wealth of a nation government $42)000) lt'00' more than I cheap power.

beets daily; orders in hand for two i to put between tho cattle's ribs, that Ledrl I generally is taken as a measure ofprosperity. the new offer recently tendered by the "We do not believe congress will

t carloads of rutabagas and ten carloads i land will be kept from washing away The volume of production nine principal associated power com- permit the issue to be confused or delayed -

of cabbage. The community incubator and getting poorer. The plants take a I IJ. as of agricultural products, Is panies of the Southern states. by the correspondence between

I was stnrted Christmas day, up the plant food as it becomes avail- / ..*. "Hiljfnl Ho.tfwi/ti H"," .Tkit" .. .10.mtmifapiT. form at rifMor mUfblu more important, however, for without The statement declared examination a group of power interests who Indi-

1100 eggs! going in for the first hatch able I in the soil, thus preventing its tmltrvtut, Wt tuggtst yon dtp tttti the necessary products of the soil of the two offers showed Ford cate what they may do under certain
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i fe/Nnra and fatt it yecr \,* 900*
-2000 more were set New Year's day leaching away. And then the roots there can be no great amount of industrial would pay a total of $130,000,000 ov- conditions when Henry Ford is before -

and I hope to set full capacity, 3200, ''1'bind the soil particles together and Home-made Cement.-It is not activity. The workers must er a fifty year period, whereas the them. One would serve the pub-

, q each week from now until May 1. keep them from washing away with necessary to buy cement. A very live; they must bo fed. On the farmers power companies, the federation con- lic, the other would exploit it."

w the rain water. ,rood one may be made by following therefore, depends the strengthand tends, would pay $87,000,000."This I
this Mix
simple
recipe: some
I fi Habitual Constipation Cured i I plaster of Paris with the white of energy of the people. Or, as Mr. so-called offer of $100,000,001)becomes II Green grazing in winter means! life

In 14 to 31 Days I I STOP COUGHING an egg to the consistency of cream. Clark puts it: "Every nation must upon investigation neither a I and hope for hogs and cattle.

"L X-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a Siwuially- Coughs cane fi-vi-rluli rnn'UHonn, This ii as good as any prepared live primarily upon the things which bona fide offer nor is it u payment of
prepared SyrupTonic-Lexatavefarllabltua' throat and IIIUIT Htrnlu and load to cement and a ,good deal cheaper. "
E it produces currently. It can draw
3100,000,000 said 1 Silver
Gray the
Constipation It relieves promptly but iini'iiimuiiii' unil Ncrimix. .Hii'Uncst. Tho a I Without sufficient water the hen can
Should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days Kooni'r ji'ii iiilt itniKhlng tho quicker After Cleaning Clothes.-Very often upon its accumulatedveilth\ for on- |i Washington representative of the fed do nothing with her feed, no matter

to Induce regular action. It Stimulates anti I you will fi'i'l better and niivp a 'txttcriilglit's after cleaning clothes with gasoline __ __ H_ __ i eration. "It i is merely a suggestion how (rood it may be.
KCftuiutes. Very Pleasant to Tukj. ilk rent. I'ntiuruYn CmiKh Syrup a ring will be left. This maybe
.i l/.r buttle. t(<-'riM>iot"il ) Mini's" and soothes. in- removed by steaming over a teakettle -
ll.imril. raw tlironti, nilw-n the> .phlegm -- -
without racking or HtriiiiilnK, protects. .5'Silver.if
FLORIDA METHOD BOLL the lun KM. uml removes the mime of I untbttttr "A "n
tho trouble Ut wiirm-d by the firm silver is put Into a pan : : II .
WEEVIL CONTROL WAS rough III.t a bottle of 'J"1I1111'II'sCOlllth of sour milk and allowed to stand

ik r"" SUCCESSFUL DURING 1923: (Cn-muited ) from your over-night/ it will be bright and aClTD PVDDLBPolitical
Fine LOOT: A WATSIDB
I >lt. for coughs, coldsprippe shiny in the morning.Pipes. + Cal Toy : IJTTO
I i I (' wliooplnic t'ongh, aDd III AJTD .:JIB A O&BAJt SKY

i t Gratifying results were secured in brouvkltiM. rliMiimnt, saga and aurv. .-The pipes in a sink need I

almost all canes where the Florida never become stopped up. if just a I II
method of boll weevil control was used POTATO I'KOSPECTS FOR 192 little precaution is exercised. If a r I I Camouflage l

in this state .in 1923, despite the ARE GOODA cup of kerosene is poured down the I I

!' fact that weather conditions were two drain gallons once a of month boiling followed water the by This I* the season when political bosses of all parties begin to

ff about the worst ever experienced, according record yield of potatoes is expected next morning, there should never i point their parties in glowing colon, for the most part in approved
to officials of the State Plant for I.D2by& the growers of the be any trouble The kerosene cuts ,
The first evidence of such evi-
camouflage. activity was
Board of Florida which developed this state, according to reports from the the grease and the boiling water I
iIMAMAutternuasS
' waahes it away. : denIM when the staid New York Times, which handles "all th*
method during 1922. Hastings area. Planters are going GYTQ II

Effort was made in the spring of strong on certified seed, thus reduc .Making a Vas .-A pretty vase TLft? I news that's fit to print" gravely announced recently that North

1023 to introduce this method of wee- Ing the danger of losses from, destructive or lower container may be made Dakota had voted 50,379 in favor of President Coolidge and

vil control to tho Florida farmers diseases. from an old battle. That sound FlYING RESPONSIBILITY 27,340 for Johnson. The figures gave heart to tha Coolidge
doesn't It-but it's First
thru demonstrations by county agents' About Hastings only Spauldinj strange saturate a cord in either so.keroseneor When we begin to think about men and east a damper on those who favored the man fro**
in cotton-growing counties. Reports'I Rose No. 4 seed are being used. All ask I
turpentine and tie around the eoudltJons we aro compelled to the
West. So far good. The however not told
so people
have been received from agents In ,|'of these are imported from other neck of the bottle at the place you WIlY and WHO IS:' RES rOSSI- are

:' the most important counties and they I i, states, according to estimates by Dr. wish to cut it oil 'Then light the OLE? that these figures came as the result of a "state proposal convention

show some interesting results. : L. O. Gratz, in charge of the Hast two bottle ends slowly of the so that cord the and heat turn maybe the If we ask the question "Who larsuponalliltf I ," one of those delightful little inventions of th* r>eliti.

In the case of 70 demonstration'i|( ings potato laboratory of the Florida evenly distributed. Third and ; for the deficiencies ingovernmentl" ;i cal boss framed chiefly for purposes of propaganda. e

fields, treated by the Florida method I| experiment station, and growers of lastly plunge into cold water and we are compelled to I It interesting to note that the members of the "state
the neck will I break off evenly. answer. "The good citizens are repomllble. pro
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under the that vicinity.This .
county agent supervision,
a e e ." U good cltlzeus neglect !
I posal convention" are self-appointed agents of the old guard.
lowest yield reported was 201 pounds increase in the quantity of The Crater.-:\fter grating either their duty, bad citizen of course
of seed the certified seed used of will the More interesting, however, is the manner in which they arriveat
i cotton to the acre and is spoken as a lemons or cheese, a very stilT-bri carry on government according I
T highest was: 400 pounds. The demonstration step in the right direction. Concensus tied brush will thoroughly clean" to their Ideas. It good cltl- their total vote. One gentleman arises and states he comes
sons condone the arts and doings of
fields embraced 707 acres and of opinion has it that the general the f grater S e the bad then the government drops I' from a district which nominally polls 15,000 votes. Therefore,

yielded an average of 320 pounds to I condition of the potatoes upon arrival Candle Grease on Linen.-Candle to the level of the ilcxlKns) and purposes he caste those 15,000 votes for Coolidge, or Johnson as the case
the acre, while in the check or untreated Is better than it has ever been, this f grease may be removed from any of the \lclous. In other I
I blotter words government \I" better than may be. Another member arises and "coming from a district
fields left for comparison, the in addition to the increased quantityof linen article by putting a no
average yield.was 123: pounds. I certified seed. under the piece and using a warm the Ix'Kt fltlzens ili..lrc ti> have it. having 10,000 votes, he casts 10,000 for the man he has been
iron. Let the iron stand on the Therefore the reHjwmilMllty for all
This indicates an increased produc. Thus far this season conditions have material long enough to melt all the letlclcnrle. HUll all the crooKc.l- directed by the bosses to support. These 15,000 and 10,000

II tion in the treated Held of 197 pound: I been normal and the growers are ex- the grease which will be absorbedby ness and ull the objectionable frnturpH voters have not authorized delegates to vote for them. They

to the acre, or an increase of 160 percent pecting a record yield. Planting has the blotter.. test cltUcns.of \eminent rent IIIJI'II| the have never even expressed! themselves on the question. But the
in the 1111 u result of using begun already being especially heavy _
crop
:
Clothl's-pin.-Clothe.-pins. which C.,\; an Htifforln: t" } the Florida method. I
around Federal Point.
have been boiled in salt water v ill bad cttlEenslilii of u"o result is
In addition to the fields treated for keep the clothes from sticking t") Is true that it,,> vicious iiro nmklna I seriously given out to the country as the voice of the

oil weevil control under the supervision No Worms In a ncaitliy Ciilltl the lines in cold weather. A rattier, attacks iipun the sramlanK! but the state. In this case there was recorded a sweeping victory for

of county agents or plant board, vhllilrea, troubled with Worms have n.. un- good hint for tl.is', weather.of water moral |pr.ipli. the rollclon", |HM>|IOart | I f'ooUiIgc. It might, with equal absurdity: have been declared a
of salt to a quart
e '."''hy"olur. which indic-atei pour blood and as. tl't.pO": rmpiiiisbli| 11- tiltstandards lire I
inspectors, 0,473 acres were reported'treated ,'"" rule, them II more or I e.. Momitrh disturbance..KOVUS in boiling *> broken I If, in the general retlulous sweeping victory for Johnson.It .
by owners. This makes a, to- ', I rASl'r1L CHILL TONIC ttivvn rtftuirly sense ion auk "Why are conditions
I', f .rtwoor three weeks wlf enrlrli the hiI.m. '" is political frauds of this character that are causing the
tal of '' as they I
over 7,100 acres treated on the j .1'you are 'mlJflIlfl' | to
.w 'ihrdidretkrnaadart.saa.n.reSrrceunhnnn1 : sy that the Christian forces and rapid spread of so-called independence in polities and it is
Florida farms the first season after II ,' : n';. the whole sy".nt. N.", .-. "i,1 then ,
announcement of t th's method of Sr.w: "If, rUral( .rinnrn .ti"fm. t-"!'ibe! NOTJJIN'G LIKE IT ox FRT the leaders of both the Roman and I truly unfortunate when responsible lend themselves
control j.-, .rrlKt ,,.-tilth. Pie ear.. t. *Jlr "".ljm t M The new trcatmcct, for torn flesh, cut. I Protestant churches are responsible., newspapers
/ ---- wounds, sores' or I lacerations that U doing It they were Us-tog better, If they ty such public deception. After all, regardless of their political

I If you haven't planted that oat, rye) such wonderful work in flesh healing! u were setting better examples, tf I leaning, the people want to know the truth, not to be deceived.Now .
To the Borozono liquid and powder combination they were preaching better, U they
Stop a Cough Quick I; or rape
take IIA YES' HEALING HONEY* a I than never. Put something betweenthe a powerful antiseptic that purified the I doctrine of C ..rlattaaltt1M: I comes new threnteniil. court battle' over' the proponed release
cough medicine which stops the cough by old cow's ribs. wound of all poisons and infectious germs, : world would be better, eondItlaIl'oold from an lane asylum of Larry Thaw, slayer of Stanford White.
healing the luilamed and irritated tissues. '' while the Boroxone powder ia the great be eluuiffed, and the wool* ,to '!inaw has done very nicely since. hp ban )Peen In the asylum and so
A box of GROVE'S U-PEN-TitATE I healer. There is nothing like it on earth mospber would be> different Is I liare, the peopl Tile world ran still net along without disturbing the
SALVE for Chest Colds. Head Colds and A good': remedy for the house fly for speed safety and efficiency. I'rire hot the so-called Christian forae existing: condition.The .
Croup is enclosed with every bottle of r' menace: One wire swatter and one (liquid) aOo, 60o and 11.20. Powder SOoad tttnt carry the burden and the rspooaU I
HAYES' HEAUNG HuNM. The salve right arm. Swing hard. 60<1. Sold by >\ : for the conditions of to ;,
should be rubbed on the heat and throat Stores day. i because they are asleep at ttutr people would! like to have the soldiers get a bonm.! At th*
of children suffering from a Old or Croup i All Drug poet of duty, they hare crown la- mime time they would like tavev reduced.. At the same time they would
I The healing.lI'rct< of He,...' Hi-allna Honey In. I' His banker usually can tell very accurately different and laay and their eTortsre ) like ti> keep on wwklni the rich through taxation. Uo'* much 'repeals
aide the throat combined with tho b..llolleIY.t uf whether or not to place a The Florida method of boll weevil | the efforts of th* Inane. Tb on whose ox Is gored :

&IIa<.rov.i.O.P.-Tn..ill ..mu, -..[..u S.Iv.umb. tlunwh tfca pores oi/ farmer on or off the success list. control increased cotton yields in this DOity recta upon the --

Both rvoiMlle, parked In on*rartoo and the t state last year by nearly three time I New York's Governor; "Our Al." surely has made a ten-strike In
RMt of Ibe cumbiiwd trtwtnMUic U Jr.; I check his uipuMUk'e to the Jof'atllllatllre! by stating/ that the Interest of the publio
Just ask your druggist for'nAYES' Grow a cover crop; keep the soil on I over the yields of untreated, i must come before the interest of the party. The people are delighted at 0

HEALING.- .HONEY. .- I the land plots. such) a novel thought, but wLat will the bonwe say?
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PETITION FOR ELECTION i i ASHLEY (;.\NG ROUNDUi't'OJ'fiNi'ING I in two automobiles to assist the Palm OFF

W. tho undersigned taxpayer of Long : :" :: :" IN:: PALM: 15E/\CII Beach county sheriff. WARD HEAVY I NEWS ITEMS OF BUSY LAWTEY )1

Brldii. Sub School District No. 4, will pro.nt I _
.. our petition to the board of Public In-
.itniftlnn of Bradford county, Florida. at a.lX'Clal Total of Fourteen :Members of Gang FLORIDA FORESTRY: ASSOCIATION COUGHS AND\ COLDS --
mauling. at 10 o'cloak. a. m., Monday, Enoch Grlflls was transacting business J. 1\[. Powell of Miami! Is "
Feb 11, IOJI. to nak for an vleotlon to dutar- Held-Leader at Large : TOUET: : IN:: SAVANNAH spending
mine District whither or not Long Brlilire Sub School your blood and\ build up in Jacksonville Saturday a few days here with his parents Rev
No. 4 shall coiuollriau with New
Klver Sub School District No. 12. to alMt West Palm Beach, Jan. 10.-Albert Expedition) to Starke Experiment Sta PURITY 'ngth with Cult.'a IVpto- and Mrs W. I. Powell.
three truatvea and dotprminv tho mlllan to II. It will fortify
b. ......ed against. the conuilliliited dietrlct. !Miller, 20 year old man whom officers tiers Sjiiturd.iy, Jan. 26th. against colds; i it will help you you put C. F. Barber, of Macolenny\ was

M.H H F. MOODY UfcNFHOB} I declare fired the shot that killed Deputy on llt'sh. Don't wait until/I n heavy tho guest Saturday of Mr. and Mi''*. J. C. HofniB, of Jacksonville was

J.C. K M AIlKINi I'JUI.I.IPS.. Sheriff Baker yesterday forenoonat On January 28, 29 and 10: the Sixth cold tjcti its grip on jouj; begin to J. W. Barber.Mr. the guest Saturday and Sunday of llr
take Codes
M. L JOHN the camp of the notorious Ashley Southern Forestry Congress meets in has It ill now. lour druggist anll< Mrs A. A. Smith
H. PARNII.L.H : ; liquid and tablet form. -
: gang in the Florida woods country 23 Savannah, Ga., and as a forerunnerof
J SVPP. T" ,
Free Trial P1 for irHelf
Tablets >< '. and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard and
ROAN TURNER. miles north of here was captured by this meeting the Florida Development tho 1 ilulin.juiMtf; ; :: I, II.
O. W. 'S.M-P. value of c.inlrn: PiptD-Mniiiinii.. ite today Miss Wilma Blanchard motored to L. Brownlee of SUrko was attending .
E A. SAP P. deputies nt noon today and lodged In Board and the Florida Forestry fur .B"...,'uue Trlnl' i'm kuao i.f 'Inbletn.. Suml to business in Lawtoy last
N. U. MOODY I1.01"1' '* -iii. t name, iinil, lid :
Association have
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jail here. planned to
W. E. YARUOROUOH. I a trip M. J. Ulvftimtimh, Co., BJ Warren St., tl. Y. Thursday ,0
S. P. YAR OROUGH. Four alleged associates and intimates Starke for all of those interested in
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I W.P. R.T. CREWS.O. TIJ kNElt.I of the gang also were taken in the production of naval stores on Sut- I G1.1.de"sPcptO..1a11tan' I Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Torodo and t,
Miss Daisy Moore returned to her
.
W MOODY, children Mr.\
and Dohannan motored
H. I,. JOHNS. custody by officers today and placedin i urday, January 20th. The I, duties as teacher in tho school here, '

B. F. MERRITT. 1-I1-8W-tI jail. They are George Marlot; and I of the trip is essentially to study the to Green Cove Springs Sunday.Mrs. after spending about ten 'days at hill'homo

wife, and P, N Jenkins partner of results which have been obtained I{
in
PETITION FOR ELECTION Albert Miller and his wife. Mrs. Ma- through the first year's work of the' Tonic and Blood Enricher W. II. Miner spent a few day Theronsn with I\on18tollal.

mWp' the unI..ned' '. 1 la.P.Iof New I riot is a daughter of the elder Ashley Southern Forest Experiment Station II" in Baldwin last week with bar sister,

River our Sub petition J School I.Dlntrlct, tho honed No. of 12 Public will present In.- slain yeiterday. Mr Jenkins also branch which Is located here under Mrs. Marlon Oliver.J Truby Wainwright was a visitor to '
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tructlon of Bindforil four>. Kloriiln, at a Lake Butler )Friday.E. ;
Bjiecinl nwetlnir at in oilock, was formerly an Ashley. the supervision of Lenthal Wyman,
a. m. Monday.eb
school ;
district U. (F. Ron-
signed bv
11, 1IIJ4. lu auk far an election to determine Miller wa taken without a strug associatu silviculturist for the United ,, II. Moore and sons, David and ,
whether or not Ntw River Sub School froc, i>.t'III.., and a petition from New Robert visitors to Stark Fri- B. Walls! received his appoint"" ,
were
IHmrlct No. 1J nlmll cwwiilldato' with Long. gle. He suffered two severe woundsin States forest service.
BridKo Sub School Dirtrkt No I River' stub school) district signed i by mont last wook here
4 to elect day. as postmaster :
threo trustee and dolirmlna the mlllaira to yesterday's battle at the ramp. Ills The work done in the woods, in thin I '\
G. W. Andrews, i-t al asking for
an
be aaacHAid aKiililft. tin cuniollilated district. left arm dangled loosely from a com- vicinity by the branch !station will he / I
G. W. ANDREWS election to i-ormolldnto the two districts Mrs Leon King unit baby of Jaok-
Prof and Mrs. W. O. Duval ,
C. (1. WIGGINS, pound fracture above the elbow wherea inspected by the visitors. :Mr. Wy- spentthe
BtTc.PNE; HRYAN. win received and the election week-end with relatives In Hamp I sonyille, wero guests several days of
Supervisor
W. M, PARKER. bullet smashed throuprh. Another man will be assisted by Deputy -
was ordered. last week of her sister Mrs. E.! B.
n W. KEI.LEY. ton. ,
bullet plowed through his right hip, E. R. McKee of the Florida *
H. E.! STOKES. Application for widow's pension by Durney.
i.: w JoirNa shattering bones and tearing: muscles. National Forest in showing: nnd ex- i i
F..1.: : ANDREWS.w' Mrs. Hattie liennet was received and Miss of Jacksonville
Eldridgo Reddish '
Despite these wounds the outlaw hnd I plaining the visitor the work thatis
M. IWlDGES.( !: ArI.: :
laid over for future consideration. I Mr.\ and Mrs.
here with Mr Blanchard wentto
.I L JOHNS.!' spent Sunday: "
covered some twelve miles through an I being done. Anyone who i Is Inter-
ALLEN PORTER There being no further bualnooH the Wither, Mrs. Jesse Reddish Jacksonville Sunday to hear Evangelist *
J. I' I.INDSKY\ almost impenetrable jungle of under ested in naval stores production can i
l-ll-Bt-I-g board adjourned to meet first MondayIn Gipsy Smith. ,
growth. f1' get further information regarding I
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February. Annie Brown of Jacksonville
!Mrs. Barrett
MASTER'S SALE Without the aid of dogs, determined this Inspection trip from Mr. Wyman was
with her mother R. R. Theilo transacting business -
spent Sunday -
officers slowly picked out his trail by simply calling on or writing him
Notice li hereby given that under and by ATTENTION:: AMERICAN IXGION: ( Mrs. M. E. Edwards. In Jacksonville !Monday\
virtue of that
certain Anal decree of forerlneure early this morning. They followedit lit Starke.
made and rendered on December" 12.:
A. I). 102) by lion A. V, Lang, fudge of the with difficulty until it crossed a i I -
Eighth. Judicial circuit in and for Bradford dirt highway, where barefoot tracks ;MEETING OF SCHOOL HOARD Next Saturday night we will elect Miss Mary Williams, of Macclennv, Miss\ Resale Rogers, of Plant City ,
county Florida. In thai certain wherein
Julia Knight I b complainant cause and Tony were found. At noon they neared the our 1021 I charter officeTH and all Ie-l lKionera wan the guest Wednesday of her slater was the guest from Friday to Sunday -

Felix And Edna Felix, hi. wife, are defendants : !Mrs. R. M. Trucy. i of her aunt Mrs. B. I* QlanchI -
the unilentlirncd. will otter for sale and home of A. D. Blanchard 12 miles Board met in regular session Jan. are asked to be present at "j.

will lell to the highest and .brat bidder for west of Jupiter. An automobile was 7th, with all members present viz: 7:30: p. m. If you haven't paid your I I ar .
canh In front of the court hmwo In Starke,
Hradfortt county Florida, Monday, the 4th L. dues and haven't membership card Mm.[ J. W. Andrews and Mrs. Ire I I
on backing into the woods. Miller slid I* W. Kief liter, A. A. Hazcn and I a \' .
day of February, A. D. 10JI, during. the letcal L. Biggs, of Starke visited relatives I,| Mr. and Mr\ Ray Kewsont, of
the Willie J. Jones Post
hum of Halt. for the purpose of iiat .fyinic out of it and limped into a nearby of J. Wynn. bearing name
Bald anal. decree. the fullowmtr described real fice. Minutes of lust meeting read and I No. DO) come prepared to nut it, anti here Friday Starke were visitors Sunday of Mr.
state lying and being in Bradford county, and Mrs.\ Jack How.
Horida, to-wlt: Because!' of the fact that Blanchard, I approved as read.A you can enter any post In the United -
lat One (hi) In Block Two ((2) of J. M W. E. Torodu, was transacting business -
John. HubdMnlon of the Northeast Quarter of whom officers say was about to render i petition from Long Bridge sub Status. Ue present.
in Tallahassee tho first of Mrs. W. E. Torode was a visitor to
Northeast Quarter of Section 31.: Township 8 r part
medical assistance to Miller
had expressed
South Ranife 22 Eaj containing one acre
Starke \
moro or I.... A. S. CREWS. ignorance of the desperado'swhereabouts 1- I tho week Monday"

Special Master In Chancery. and that Miller was us- -
P E. KNIGHT ,' l''I J. I). Rowe Is in Jacksonville this A. Iir'IIarley, of Louisa. spent Sunday -
ing his ear, he also was brought to rt. "
Solicitor for Complainant. 1-4-51-2-1 week serving on the .U. 8. petit jury.J. with his family.
---- the county seat and placed in jail. } 4F NeeclJN ;r ilfitlJ/r'bi .

NOTICE: OP" APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Capture of John Ashley, son of the -
UNDER 8FCTIOV 671 OP" TUB W. Barber! was a business visitorto James Austin, of Kingslajr] wl In 1
member slain Sheriff :!
gang yesterday whit
GENERAL STATUTES I I d1'1l a Macclenny Friday. town !Monday.\ .
Baker reported tonight Is believed __ >"
Notice i. hereby given that Austin Paul.Piirchtuter I I ; ',
nf tux. certificate. No. Ht. tinted thu to be imminent. He is believed surrounded -II
7th day of July A. D. lilli'', hat fled acid ; 'lank" I'. Klldil, I Irene :u:, i >hlo. Inn I ever> ',' rlL'hrhilt, Alfonso Grlflls Ed. Durban Fred Mrs.\ John Waster, of EiinJtfrsorj, .
.n for tadetnj. to lieu In accordance fought n !brief skirmish with deputies It Jiuy. HIM Imnlly.. milIn.. ..,:,.1)h.r< IIMII|' > Taken from Hchnol ulinn 1/J/
with law Said certiflento embrace the following
dHrritx properly, sltuntiil (In Bradford late yesterday lIe will be besieged I u ttmull! child lie iirU'd IH u rl', 10:111: train < oii|>ler' In tinnnls of Jacksonville Saturday. .
count)'. Florida to-wlt: I lullon. Thru he liermuo u vender of ciiiulv on a truln from < Yt>*tlliuto tI W. Andrews, Jr., of Starke was
.. Snuthriut Quarter of Norlhweet Quarter off / until starved out officers in Id. ln
R -Southweet'2 Eaxl! Un sunrise ucreii Section 2t If S S. Hanford Mobley, who with John Ash- I hnlilliu Ills Jolt eleven .venrH. He Iniill, u Hliunl to live In unit Jacksonville during the week-end. [ .1\\

The saiii land being. .an.e Hfd nt the date of ley, is held to be the leading spiritof sprat[ half of rai-h iilkht Html)'Inir how to make more money, and '
the iMauancu of auch oertlllcatc In the name of the Ashley is declared by fcfimlniS lilniMi-lf. lo MUM every |emiy Raiford Strickland 1, of Kin:/i eI e Te t'
gang
A UnleM Paul Hold certificate shall be redeemed according !Sheriff, Baker not to have been with Then tae treat to I'U'Mlnnil. and nn ii Trie liuxe. trlnl to Nell rent Mr and Mrs' J. It. Dye and son, of wan In town on business Monday. s

to law. tax deed will inue thereonon estate, He lilt upon u novel Kclienie nf liiklnu: an option' DM n lot trailing Jacksonville spent Saturday and Sunday i ;, ,

the'linen 18th* ,my day ufTliial of February niirnaturi A. nn D. l 1921W i ial.. thin the pump yesterday. Definite Information the lot for a grocery "101'(', .developing the store tutu selling It. Ills I with Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Plan- j The Lawtey high school basket ball ?;'... j
was obtained today that he I'rulllH' were meagre hut tlie> wi'ic .pronttf.,
the 14th day of January A D. 1U2I\ chard.
(:. ALDERVAV. had gone to the Bahama Island a With tlirin bo tiouulit a half Interest In .u livery ..stable 1.111)11.1" $btlfluuii. f i. team went to Laki Butler Friday for '
i SealLINtb I Clerk Circuit Court 'a The, locals lost their first
llu found hliutelf 11"11I11"101'1| | by a eoiniwtltlve livery man game.
.Pialfiinl. .. County l'li>rlda. few dnys since alleged to be '
J-1B on a trip
HO with three ottv lots bought on option he traded them for his <''''11- C. R. Sapp, of Jacksonville, wits at.I game of the lenson, the more being ; f f

connected' with liquor running. The pptltor'x\ littHliiexH and xine him milcM In iiililltloii With the protllnfrom I ending to business here first part of II: to 7. I
stormy weather delayed him, it is believed l roth stables,," he took un the oitloim|" /sell. bought morn real eHtutoon
Ov 1 3.mm> >.+aa'1aa ( hut with today's calm it was option, Then nililet. took u :''fI.> \1J1'' Tense ou In MI I next to u lilK hotel, 1 he week. ,I

erect i| a tlre-nlnry livery barb' mul iloulihil, his Inrunio. -
1 expected he would l attempt to land \Vheii his wife's lioulth fullrd lie Mold.. out and wont to .Arlzoim Mr. and Mrs. James Godwin, of e1tW1rv1I1TE&tet1. ,

Queer tonight and preparations were made living there three yes''. HIIMI rclnrneil, to Clevelund' He mmle. [ilium, 'I itarke, spent Sunday here with rcla.ives. Ieuarv< for his capture. tn eriH-t 1 the fluent Knriiice in town but, Hto. |>|>eil to harp hid piston| takenIttttonilmi .
I. .
i From fifty to a hundred. men stillare luti-rcHtiil In itiotouriiiliy. he went aerator' the Mfrec-t. renteda
t.torp, hired the |>botoKru|"her'x clerk who bail waited on hI"' to run
Feelings i keeping watch over every avenueof it, and Mtartud to du l UMliieiM. It became ncccHHary for him to hire ..I.tKeiently Robert Blanchard! was a visitor to /
: effort to take John
escape and 8SMI"'lltJl.. I
Macclcnny Friday evening I
"Some time 1 ago,:( I wa / Ashley over night were redoubled to- Itll.let. In'ennie 1 Interested. In Txn oil wi-llH. He Htrmh' ,
Irregular" wnles Mrs. Cora ': day. ell the flrxt. Hhot at l.'iiio: f<'oi, lie used a IIL-I' 'ullar argument In neturlnKrniiltul. I __on.

Roble of Pike/ille, Ky. "1 He linpreHMeil upon etch Inventor Unit t the rink they ran waxKrwit. I II

suffered a peat deal, and knew / Hill Ashley Joins Brother lie MiiKKeMtiMl( that ench output In only what he could affordto I I

I must do something for this 1 West Palm Beach Jan. 10.-Bill lone In rase. of failureToduv I
condition. suffered mostly Itllilet U. a well prea rve with my back and a weakness Ashley, brother of John Ashley, who one Rilliluu dullurs. !

my limbs. 1 would have dreadful 0 has been hunted for two days today I I 1

headaches. I had hot flashes drove from Fort Lauderdale in a ,, :
and very queer feelings, and oh,
small and j joined his brotherin
how my head hurt! I read ofWoman's coupe
the woods, near Gomez station 28

miles north of here, officers said too Jobn n IfJfJj

night.At r.JJP2@
CARDUIThe 9 o'clock tonight the two broth'rs -

were reported to have held up a '

negro in his home near Gomez rOb- Uun,
Jim UlnRer's got a thoughtful spouse- '
bed him of clothing and provisions,
Tonic / a rea/lar gem. oM JIm declares : whenever lL J1ET'CA.wwtt !
and then to have taken to the woods Jlm'a around the house, te'a one of her Iowa tNeM

/ again. The coupe in which Bill Ash- I especial cares. She criticize bow ht! BeepG oji '

and of others, who teemed I had to ley drove almost 100 miles was taken chews, in' hates to see MH wnlflkerH grow .,n' wAq d Il The Economy BRHMQ POWDER ,
have the same troubles -She fusses lots shout, hU mhov*.-"be p,1
being benefited: so I began to / by the officers after it had been aban- like to see 'em shine re know She love '

use It. I found It most beneficial doned. to we her hubby work and bring the t

I took several bottles The robbed negro, personally acquainted tootbaoiiie bacon In. lint he must eat It 1 the next time you bake give

/ better 1 and didn't was have made any so much more with the Ashleyi, declaredto with bin fork and not aplll gravy on bin Ncpa 0 it just one honestand fair trial.
/ chlnl $be notlrm If on his breath there .
trouble of"this kind.: It regulated / deputies John Ashley was heavily ain't the scent of new-mown hay-why, It D One test in your own kitchen a

:!! me armed. would |IM*ter me to death to t/renh/ my will that there Is ;
/ Cardul has been found very Capt. W. II. Vonbehran, Co. C., Fla. teeth six times n day. Jim likes to prove to you a I
helpful in the correction of many! rend the purer' Home -of evenln, In hisroektn' big difference between Calumet "
/ National Guard tonight blued more
/ cases of r :IiuI le.na.011- ,'hair.-till she suggests he get the i
orders, such is Mrs. Roble trims and ammunition to twelve picked I comb, an' rake the straw ".,._I from hii P and any other brand-that for :A

mentions isovi.' If you' suffer men who made a hurried dash in balr. .1. She omrnn.ds.. a thlllv' bath uniform and wholesome bake :
as she d,i. ,ke Odul-a! 'summons from Sheriff lark night afore he hits the tm) ,-and J
to a .
answer
pureiy veii=: ''->ie, medicinal registers a how of wrntn. <>u how be -' S ing it has no equal.

ionic In use Ie: tore than 40 Baker that Bill and John Ashley were *tow hit ('IJKe awny I'll say tb'> .......;;. ..
It she 'd help you. Gomez.At I.ee .rT.
jean. : surrounded near are un Ideal pair.' arr.tlollatau' rightly. .. ,
/ Sold Everywhere. 9 o'clock tonight Deputy Sheriff Minted. Fh<'re wonliln .lie. no dlwordthere.

E!! to M II. Rolfe, with ten heavily armed If she i-ouM\ keep Jlru retrnlated. 1 i' el l .h.

,, from Miami Ma
--- men, was hastening

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i : 1. n.nn""m..nonu.U'mmmm"'r"'mnlCmI: o ftheir director, Mrs' O. L. Haynes ressive! game Mrs' Edward Burns of their mother, Mrs. Abbott.

:l/11/ Blinks II The newly elected president, Elise was presented with the ladies' prize,I The road leading from Brooker to

r Saturday Night Letter I --I Jones, presided over the business session a pair of scissors in a Japanese case.J. I Lake Butler has been surveyed from

::1 : ntidt and Hazel Adkins acted as sec- L. Peek made high among the gentlemen here to the Scout Hole bridge this
I Ir
a4 retary pro tern. Thirteen memberswere and received an Eversharp week, where the Union county sur-

t I Starke, Fla., Jan. 12th. brite mule and eh was glad he owned _.>lllIDmllllmllmlJmlll1DlDa1! present and the chapter show pencil. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Futch veyors will take up the work. The

nil I Dere Bub, him. All he would have to do wouldbe much interest in their work. As a made low and were given as consola- work is under the supervision of Jas.

J Your letter came yesterday and I to get the rope and put it round CROSBYHAISLOPMr. Christmas present, $10 was sent to tion a note book and a dainty hand- Godwin, of Starke, who is a member
his neck, so Pa went and got the rop"ean the Old Soldiers' Home in Jackson-
j guess; I had better rite you tonight. mule Oscar Crosby and Miss Hattie kerchief. of County Engineer Neff's force.
fasted of waiting for Pa the
p You tell Plupy thet the next time I both ville, and the money was used to give The hostess served tempting chicken Mr. and Mrs. S. M Mott are receiving -
went back in the stall jest after Pa Reba Halslop, popular young
wont let him up when I get; him downif got out. Me and little John got.down I people of the Rising section, were the veterans an oyster supper. Home- salad, saltines, olives, hot choco- congratulations over the arrival -
Ma hadnt called me I'd punched made candy was sold at the ball game late and whipped of a son, born Jan. 14th.
united in marriage by Judge R. A. cream.
then an Pa sed all he bad to do was .
him harder an the next time he wont Saturday afternoon, and a good sum Mrs. Anna Pinholster, of Starke,
I to walk right in and put the rope a- Green, at the courthouse Saturday afternoon realized.At The guests included Mr. and Mrs'. ,
have Dutch around to for visitor here Saturday.
x jump me was a
O. L. Mr.' and Mrs. Edward ;J
Beasley,
ruond his nek. o Pa got the rope
the close of the hot
him and if he does meeting ,
jumping on even ready an stepped in with one foot an Mr. Crosby is a son of the late A. Burns, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Peek, Mr.
chocolate and crackers served the supplyof
were Judging from plentiful
I lick both of I haint frald :
can em.
f S. Crosby and is noted for his enter- and Mrs. C. A. Futch, Mr. and Mrs.
stooped. The mule looked round kind
'. Mrs. assisted her lit- in this market the late t
of none of em. Anyway they will all I by Haynes, by vegetables ,
while his bride is
prise and integrity, II. II.
back Young.
of funy and let one ere dr.op
tle Sara and Geor did little .
want to be my friends cause Pa says the of Mr. and daughters, Hope cold spell very damage.YASIIUP
along his neck. Then Pa took a cou- pretty young daughter
t hes gain'to make a lot of down
money W. R. will gia.The
Mrs. llaislop. They reside -
pel more steps an the other ere drop- BROOKER
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C. of C. will hold their
here on his farm an he wil! lbuy a big regu-
the farm the
on groom's near
ped back. Pa stood stil awhile and
lar the first in
car and when we driv back Plupy and meeting Saturday
talked nice calling it a nice mule and homes of their parents. Brooker, Jan. 18.-Mrs. R. J. Oliver
Dutch an all the fellers will want to each month I
t sech. Pa tole me to hold the door The ceremony was witnessed by a spent last week In Palatka with her
ride an I dont know If I will let them
open go he could bring him out as son large circle of friends and relatives daughter, Mrs. Thigpen. '

t or not. as he got the rope on his neck. Jest of the contracting parties, all joiningin SILVER WEDDING Mrs. Essie Waters spent last week %

! You .oughter been here the other then the mule took a step sideway wishing them all happiness.MR. end in Starke with relatives.Mrs. .
morning If wanted I laff. Friends here have received the following -
you to Pa and Pa came out the door so fast fe Molly Pinholster, who has ,
toht! me to go out and feed the hors I invitation: Mr. and Mrs. LeonA
been
relatives in Miami
upset little John in the dirt and upset AND MRS. BEASLEY GIVE visiting ,
mean our old mule. Well I went out his elt. Pa got mad and begin to cus BRIDGE I'ARTY a Rennolds request the honor of stopped Trere enroute to her home in
to the barn the old mule had at the -
an slyd and little John was bawlin and Ma your presence twenty-fifth an- Jacksonville to visit relatives.

the rope oft her neck and she wus and Pa his L. enter- niversary of their marriage, Friday Dr. Bishop, of Alachua, was a
come running out kept up Mr. and Mrs. O. Beasley pro- If car looks grimy
boa in the stal. The stall is 25th 501 North your
evening January ,
a big fessional visitor here
Thursday.
t cussing and begin runnin round lookin tained the Twentieth Century card
nquar one big enuf for her to turn for a stick, sed he would beet the club Thursday evening at their home Person St., Raleigh, N. C." Sheriff Epperson and Deputy Bais- and dirty let us Polish

aroun in and when I tried to get in to Before her marriage Mrs. Reynoldswas den business here
liver outa thet mule. Ma\ told him he nn Eighth street. were transacting and clean it.
ketch her she wouldnt let me. I tried Johns and she
Miss Ervena was .
such words before the younger gener- At the close of the bridge game it Wednesday.T.
and trftd but couldnt do it. after a ation and ast him why he didn't look was found that Dr. E. L. Biggs had married in Starke on January 25th, J. Dukes, of Five Mile, spent last We satisfac-

while Ma called me to brekfast an 1 I mule in the eye thet he didn't act likea won the men's first prize, a handkerchief 1899, and since that time has often Thursday here with relatives.M. guarantee

told Pa He Bed I didnt know how to human bein atall. Pa told Ma she bits G. M. Inman made high been here visiting her mother, Mrs. Matheny:: was a visitor toaI.Io tion at the most reason-

,, handle a mule. lie Bed! the way to didn't know nothing bout handling Elizabeth Johns. "'/ Sunday.Jim : .
the ladies, and was given a
among able rates in town.
do was to luk any dum animule rite in Abbott of Plant
? City, spent
,
oughta to be ashamed of hisself using guest room set of water bottle and
the i an let them see you didnt mean BRIDGE PARTYMr. and the bedside
house Saturday Sunday at
1 mules and to go back: to the glass. N. Sternberg received the SSIStern's
no foollshnuss. Ma ant Pa wher he of his mother Mrs. Abbott.Mr. .
wher she belonged and cause I was i booby prize, pencils and card table Emily
i+ lerned so much about mules that he laughing he made me go to. Pa was markers. and Mrs. L. Wyman entertained Mosely, of Jacksonville, spent

\ never worked eny. Pa fled that was all red and het up an sed thea he did- a few friends Friday evening at Saturday here attending to business.! Garage

Jc' I jest all she Know about him that when 'nt need the mule rite away so he'd The hostess served as refreshments their pleasant home on West Madi- Miss Lorene Hazen of Raiford, was

J he was a boy his Pa had a mule an let it kool down then put the rope on an elaborate salad course with hot son street. the weekend guest of relatives.

\ he wus the only one in the family it. Ma sed he had better kool down chocolate. Salted nuts were served Three tables were laid for auction Billie and Ebbie Cone, of Plant City I STARKE, FLA.

thet could do enything with thet mulean hisself. Thet made Pa mader an he during the game. bridge and at the close of the pro spent this week here at the bedside

thet he dshow us after brekfast Those enjoying the evening were:
went down in the field to fix the fence. .. _
how to handle him. He sed that no Ma brushed little John oft and then Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Biggs, Mr. and d m n n .

dum animule had the brain power a the Mrs. G. M. Inman, Mr. and Mrs N
went and got some feed an put in
humen had an thet a feller just had mules box and while it was eating she Sternberg, Mr. and Mrs.' F. F. Stump,

tq. show em thet he was master of the Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Peek, Mr. and
slipped the rope round its neck and a I
situashun. It all amounted to the' Ited itWhen I'f Mrs. L. Wyman, J. J. Truby, Miss \

prinslpul which sientlsts called the Mabel Weller and Mrs. J. W. Killian,
Pa came and saw the rop
Power of mine over flesh and dum up of Black Mountain, N. C.
round the mules neck he torn roundan
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brutes. Ma sed she was glad to here
ast who did it. Ma sed she did an JUBILEE SERVICE ..
him talk along such lines. Pa looked -
Pa sed she had no business! doin it
funy like he didnt know if she
mont it or not so he kept still. cause he was goin to do it. After The local W. C. T. U. put on an interesting -

Supper Pa was reading the paper an Wednesday even-
After brekfast Pa went out to the program
t' every oncet In awhile he'd say some- Ing at the Methodist church, and although THE UNIVERSAL CAR
barn an sed he would give thet mulea I
thin about thet mule, but Ma necer it was'a wet night for a dry
lessen on how to act Ma and little
told him how she done it.
meeting still a good sized crowd was
E, John went too to watch. Pa opened
Guess this is all I better rite this present to hear the excellent music,
the door and the mule jest stood there
-Pa time as I here the tea kittle singin. fine readings and addresses by Rev.A. .
sed till I ketch his
jest wate eye I AheadT
Yours respectively E. Dunham, of St. Mark's Episco- Looking
I an then hell be as meek as a little I
BLINKY pal church, and C. II. Watson, of New
lamb. I guess Pa Rot; his eye cause
P. S. Has Dutch got liking York.
1 any more
he stood right stil land looked strate
i In sculoT The church was tastefully decorated total of people disappointed in
350,000 were
at the mule and it looked strnte at Spring a
P. S. Has you ever seen AnnieLou by Mrs. A. W .Anderson and Mrs able obtain deliveries of Ford Cars and Trucks
him. Prety sune the mule got tired I being\ to
since I left T. D. Clark, ferns and potted white .
lookln I guess cause he turned around as orders were placed faster than cars could be produced.The
geraniums being used effectively. .
and Pa sed Shaw hed have to let him I demand for Ford Cars and Trucks this Spring will according
I Below is the outline of the well arranged -
KU KLUX KLAN CEREMONIAL: =
out In the lot so he could get! hit eye [ to all indications be far than last Spring.
: greater
p and fuller' it when he turned round pa IN GAINESVILLE JANUARY:; 21 I program

opened the door but the mule wouldnt GRAND:. DRAGON TO SPEAK''' Song, America, the BeautifulBychoir Winter buying has been increasing at a greater rate than ever
i with Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones as
come out so Pa coxed and coxed and I before.

;. coxed and he wouldn't come out, so''I f Gainesville, Jan. 16.-Elaborate- I j i l accompanist.Scripture reading-Mrs. Arthur Actual retail deliveries the past 60 days

r" made little Jon anti me !get up In plans are being made to entertain the Wood. totaled 308,170 Ford Cars and Trucks, an

the wagon and he went to the other Ku Klux Klan here on January 24, ,
I of the stal and punched thru a crack at which time there are expected to | Prayer-L. C. Ray. increase of 1,961 a day over a year ago.

with a corn stalk and then the mule be five thousand visitor from all I Anthem, Wake the Song-Choir. Ford
Over have already ordered products on
Recitation, The Girl Missionary afDear' 200,000 people
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came out. Pa came back In the lot parts of the state. Gap-Miss Grace Wood. our purchase plan the majority of whom will take delivery in .

and the mule jest stood there looking: There will be, besides. the regular i the Spring.
Story of the Crusade Mothers-
as if was sleepy. Pa walked around ceremonial in the evening, which will

him and tried to get in front of him I be public, an address by Rev. Allen Mrs. J. W. White. The above facts are given with the suggestion that you list your

ho could Song, Onward, Christian Soldiers order promptly with a Ford dealer if you contemplate the pur-
so look him in the eye, but Shuler, af Jacksonville, and Chas.
:; the mule would keep turning away so Ie. Ketchup, of Key West, grand dragon Choir and congregation. chase of a Ford Car or Truck for use this Spring or Summer and

thet his tail was next to I'a. Pa he oFlorida.. Band concerts, a pa. Address-Ballot Box OpportunitiesRev. wish to avoid delay in delivery.
A. E. Dunham.
started to walk faster and the mule rade in full regalia special planned I
Address-C. II. Watson.
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mule kept turning! faster and faster fireworks, and the public initiationof I '
Anthem Old Floats-ChOir.
Glory
,
i A3 Pa would walk faster and fasert. candidates, three hundred in num- !I Reading-The Optimist and the ? PvmfiDetroit

I guess Pa saw he could never catch ber, that have already been passed )I .
Pessimist-Mrs. L. G. Powell.
up with the mules hed so he stoppedand on and voted as eligible. I MichiganYou
Recitation, Today MUs Lucile
then the mule turned to look at ji Mitchell.

Pa. Then Pa took off his hat and Now is the time to order strawberry
nuke inall deposit
Keeping the Legislative Fires need not pay cash tor your car. You can tmnge to a
aerated his hed and sed that was! a tickets at this office. I A. Wood. down taking can oi the balance In eeey payment. Or, you can buy oo the
Burning-Mrs.
Ford Weekly Purchase Plan.\ This puts you on the preferred orderb
-- i Offering. & and Ineurta delivery ol your car at a dais M" be determined by youxseli.

"ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR-HE KNOWS" j Song, America-Choir and congregation

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For over 35 yeari'the: E. O. Painter Fertilizer Company hat furl hed Florida ,
grower with fertilizer The continued patronage of experienced grower glvea | Benediction-Rev. T. J. Hedges. I See the Nearest Authorized Ford Deal

proof of satisfactory retulu. !
C. OF C. MEETINGThe I
COULD BKTTEB riBTILIZEl:: BB MADE WK WOOD HA KB IT. i '

t "" W.... r.. N.w FaLl Friee LUta Jmt .-.... Children of the Confederacy -
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E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Co. Jackioayille FU I met Thursday afternoon at the home

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