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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 25, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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\ COMING FLORIDA'S SUNSHINE 1 FINAL DECISION TELEPHONE CONNECTIONS

I I LURES CHILLY NORTH 0: \MTI1 KK1S10NB HEIGHTS
The Great New York Success "Light- Slate Highway Board Meets at TatlahiiKJce .

i. nin at Gaiety Theatre i One Who Has Been There Warns January 23th. On Monday, January 21st, a com
Against Long-Range Instrument! e mittee from the board of trade at
For the benefit of the Woman's We are nil set for the.\ final act before Keystone Heights met in Stiirke witha

Club building fund, the play which Dr. J. J. Bullen, of this city, has the actual starting of the hard- committee of business men to devise
will be put on this year Is none other handed us the following truthful surfacing! of the State Highway thru a means for connecting Keystone
than the nationally famous produc- statement of Florida hIi Bradford county. The drenm of many Heights and Starke with a direct telephone -
tion entitled "LightninV This play ten by one of his friends Y years is about to be an accomplishedfact service. The connection with
and reality.On Starke is one of! the best moves that
ran in New York City for three years paper of note: i
-making a record run there, and also To the Editor of the January 15th., bids of something the people of Keystone: Height could
ran in Chicago for a period of 18 Sir-With cold weather, like twenty-five contractors were received -, make, especially for long distance
months.. of many will turn toward }' and examined by the State i calls, as there Is a direct copper circuit -
The play will be put on Wednesday other Southern points. I Highway! Commission. No definite II running\ front Starke to Jacksonville -
I evening, Jan. 30th, at the Gaiety this with a view of being ts; I decision was made at that time about and from there to all points to
i I' Theatre, doors opening at 7:00: p. m. tance to such as may not pn : awarding the contract. The matter the north. The copper circuit is necessary -
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The cast will consist of local ama- therewith, especially being* left over until the regular to obtain a clear connection
teur and professional talent. Vaude- I spent four seasons, board meting on tho 25th of this! with distant points
vijle will be given between acts and study of the state from M1 / month. A plan win devised satisfactory to
This show will be real of I nil and llt will be now but a short time
good music. a view, agricultural, a 4/ The highway through this countywas
show that is worth while, and one ticultural and from the divided into three separate projects until the peuplo of Keystone Ilcltchts!
you will thoroughly enjoy. Miss Rosa of the new homeseeker, r und bids were received on each will have as fine a telephone\ connection -
) Leviton will preside at the piano. who desire! or should go to nr project individually and also on the with Starke, Jacksonville end l all
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1 climate, as a matter of whole stretch. points north us could, be wished for.

ing the extreme winter The different types of construction

1 I do not own a square which have been used in other sections -
Bryan's Candidate ida land and have no and have been found to meet all MlcLtier DoUce Chief 1
ments or interests there requirements were considered in tho
w write as one who has no ax I bidding. The different bidders bidding l-

. t There are many reasons r 1 I on the particular type of road In f
pie turn to Florida when which they were interested In seeing
I rives There are those I used. The very remarkable feature
.,. merely the pleasure to be I MARIE DEC, \FFEKELY of the bidding was the low estimateor

at some of the great hotels in "Lightnin; the pluv to bigiven nt the Gaiety Theatre bids> given in by the contractors. Agrt'nt f .
the coasts. But there are I I deal of comment hall been made 4 .oe
30th, as a bene lit for the Starke Woman's Club.
who turn toward this state -- -. - on thin feature of the bidding and it k t&*
i I urgent reasons The seeker I Is practically assured that tho con-
;1 especially those of trnct will be let at the meeting today +d
and quiet tastes, can ;i I LOCAL NEWS ITEMS Ii and tomorrow and that the road 1
location at one of th ; ,
proper ( will be put through us economically s
towns in the high, us any in the state. While no definite
I' hut, of course, should be I : villc,, Ken., preached lit the Baptist I information can be gained as to 4 ve ..
their doctors. B.: Y.: I>. U. !church Sunday' morning. Ills subject I the exact type of road which will lie

j Others desire to acquire I program was render I 'Annuls in Ash heaps\ ," was Intet'eMtlng' )i: selected yet in many respects it
residence in the South, from B. 1'. I1, U. Sunday and !greatly. enjoyed. scents to have simmered, down to n
for the winter weather in I final selection between a concrete and
p I 1 At the town of Eustis, in Land. I Oscar Dyul, of Gruhum, was a business an asphalt surface. The road specifications -
I :i ty at which I made my visitor here Tuesday. \ are such that whichever typeis
b i while making a study of -Quiz leaders! I finally selected the citizens of tht-
\ there were hundreds of 110th Psalm. E. J. King has returned from Jacksonville I county can be sure that they lire !KI"- 1'S
' :. M 11uk5 from all over the Union. -Evelj'n Jones. where he has been attendingthe ing to have a road of the highest
s'NOti these were farmers, Arthur Wilson. Grand Lodge F. & A. M. lie re- quality. ti4
tive, who went down there Alexander ports a pleasant time. The coming of the hard road is already ( r a. TcQ

-Albert ter after the warm work making itself folt in thu development -
Alexander
Calnsville- ., President Murphee of the, Business men, doctors, the Corner. W. r. Allgood and family, who have of tho county. Hardly a week Rev Allis W Leigh Baptist
University of Florida, whom Wm. istera-all were Leader, been for several months In Boynton, passes but what notice is given of Church Minister of Paducah, Ky..
raids
1 9 Jennings Bryan announces at his applies to all sections of That Baptists Be Vn, returned to their home here on I property changing hands outside capital was su active that In he moonshine has now t been
w choice tor for President.the Democratic: nomination Large numbers of these Monday. I I coming into the county and the last mad year Chief of Police In that city
( or build their own homes, Other Bodies- optimism of progress I b prevailing/, of 25,000 residents.
them their children. M. L. Watterson is moving his elec- everywhere. The new road Is going
lt t BLUEBERRY NURSERY TO BE ly awake in the matters of Know the Bible tric light poles this week per request to tap ono of the finest agricultural
ESTABLISHED NEAR STARKE In this county 90 per cent of of the town and road committee, in sections of the state, In Bradford LAKE BUTLER
t mon school teachers are Wilson. order to give mote space for the county. A section that has tho farm-
Citizens of County Waking Up to uates; the high schools are Have the Bible- highway ing soil adapted to all kinds of trucking Lake Butler, Jan. 25.! -The oyster
ed, and scholars can go ( supper given at the club room last
t Possibilities of the Blueberry and field crops. It will give our
the various colleges which 4)t-Evelyn Jones. D. W. Moore, of Theressa, was attending I farmers even a better outlet for the Friday night was well patronized, and 1
From official reports of the U. S. tificates for entrance. Reverence-Mrs. to business hero this week. produce grown, as it will connect us a neat little amount was realized.
department of agriculture and also Lake county is with the rapidly growing metropolis Next Friday night there will be a
from our own state department of school education if it is Pulpit and Pew-Ar R. E. Lee, of Lakeside, was transacting of the South, Jacksonville, which will social box supper given at the home
living in the country business here this week. Mrs\ Lillian Richard proceeds to
'/ agriculture, it appears that the native be only a little over an hour distant of ,
Florida blueberry is actually the there are no high schools Daily Life-Mary by automobile. Pride in Bradford help buy scats for the Christian
by motor trucks to the Mrs. W. P. flirt and daughter Flor- '
greatest money maker for its owners county is growing and tho farmer, church.
than any other thing that has been to them where there Is a Alexander. rie Belle, of Alachua county, attended tho homcseoker, who is looking for Mrs. James Kelly has returned to
produced from the soil in the state. How does this compare with Id On. church services here Monday. the biggest values where his capitaland her home at Madison, after spending
It has attracted West Florida and tice in the Interior counties and helpful re- labor can be invested and per- several days with her parents, Mr.
made it famous and is destined to sylvania, for example? S. Jones Mrs. Wm. Pinholster, of Jacksonville mitted to grow rapidly with the de- and Mrs. Bryant Dowllng.
1 take a leading part in the future development also good private schools, I Is the guest of her daughter, velopment of the countryside, must Mrs. Jesse Dowling hat returned
tens and minor colleges in of Waldo, preached Mrs\ L. A. Wynn.
of our state. look to Bradford county. Now Is the from a visit in Lake City with her
Robert F. Demorest, of this city, People from the North can church last Sunday time to invest and get in on the daughter.Mrs. '
I was one of the first to find out its children to the I Mrs. C. P. Sasser! and daughter, ground /floor Boost Bradford county,
Clara who have been the Julian Loadholtz and childrenof
I value. After careful investigation, cost.! May, guests she is going to grow.
Mr. Demorest procured the services There are also people Freeman, of Merry- of Mrs. Sanser'a parents, returned to Jacksonville, are spending some
of Mr. S. Rice, of Crestview, Oka- Florida for a permanent their home( in Valdosta, time with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
NOTICE OF TEACHERS' EXAMINATION : J. W. Jones.P. .
and in their usual
laosa county, add had six acres planted engage
on his farm near Starke. J. D. in connection with some Favorite Mrs. John Watson, of Georgia, is 1). Welch has recently erected a
Thompson, a manufacturer of Washington strictly Florida pursuits, the guest of her father, It. IL Hall. new saw mill and is making steady,
fruit There will be an examination for time now in order to fill his orders
D. C., who owns a farm at ru; growing,
Theresa, also made careful and thor- ing or raising of poultry or s, a Mrs. I. W. Pinholater, of Green alllrlld..8/ teachers' certificates held. for lumber, showing that business I U
...: ough investigation and being convinced To such let me say that Cove Springs, I i1 visiting friends and at the courthouse in Starke, beginning on the upward turn.
that it is a money maker and well many good openings, but relatives here this week. Thursday morning, Fob 7th. All Miss Josie Bennett has finished her
adapted to this county has just had parties! who have sufficient applicants will furnish themselves term of school at Johnston and will
them to the period v with pen, ink and legal/ cap paper, also Lake Butler school.
ten acres planted by Mr. Rice. Many carry NEW CARD HOUSE attend thu high
the usual fee charged for thu certificate
others of this county have smaller new venture will be I Two of our boys were very unfortunate -
plantings. Several of our most active is a tragedy for people I E. D. Card is busy erecting a cot- applied for. last week, Wilbur Townsend
II. 1) WIGGINS,
and business men have been investigating means to go to Florida to tage a short distance east of the Lee breaking his arm playing basket ball
and studying, and are convinced fruit growing or any allied cottage, near the Episcopal church.Mr. Superintendent. and George Johns breaking his arm
that the blueberry is the very The way it is done, I Card Is placing this structure cranking a car.
best thing for making money that vice of those who( know is' with reference to the intended prolongation HIGHLAND Many of our Industrious farmersare
can be produced here. is for the Intending colonist < of Water street and Jackson -
busy preparing for a large acre
i' The question of procuring and propagating to the Chamber of ': street. Since Alligator canal has Highland, Jan. 25.: -II. C. Wimberly age of beans, potatoes; tomatoes, cucumbers -
planting stock of the best all towns have them for ) 1 been extended west of the Seaboard ,, Jr. of Orange Park, spent the and other vegetables. Labor

kind has been carefully considered, and advice. When you do I trestle, and the city council and the week-end here with relatives. Is badly needed. 500 men, willing to
< ,y and resulted in the formation of a perfectly frank as to county commissioners have orderedthe Miss Ruby O'Kelly and Master Edward work, could find plenty to do in this
t company to equip and maintain a stances financially, give : i I removal of some bail. obstructionsin O'Kelly, of Sparr, were guests section at good wages
nursery in this county to supply our cupation you can best!! the canal, inundation of that portion of their father, E. M. O'Kelly Sundayand
people with, plants. and sex of your children, I of Starke will be a thing of the Monday.Mr. .
The plans of the promoters( are not thing else which may I past, and Mr. Card intends to erect and Mrs. It. C. Wimberly left PRODUCE! MOVING

fully matured for publication yet, retary to advise you. i more buildings there and have streets Sunday on a trip to Louisiana and k north
T. C. Williams sent
but it is certain that Bradford county You can depend on the I I traverse the new addition to Starke. Texas. They are planning to visit Tuesday
\, ", is to have the first blueberry nursery They are employed to bring i, I This is a praiseworthy undertaking Galveston, Ileaumont, New Orleans a car loaded with cabbage, beets and I I Icarrot.
and tors and settlers of the first wish to "11'. Card. .. This produce mainly came
east of Okaloosa county, our people and we success and other points of Interest before re-
will take the lead and make this ly, and if you are not of | ; ro i iI : turning. from the field of Mr\ Williams and
county famous and themselves much they will discourage you j I HATES OF INCOME TAX COLLECTOR J. Heenan Williams, though a 1)01'I j I
I E. V. Gunn returned Monday froma by
tion of the cabbage was supplied
after
better off by raising and selling this They are not I
wonderful berry.It loafers, and visit with friends in Tampa. C. Letsch, a successful trucker living! ti

U stated that the location of the persons of good j I Below is a list of dates upon which Mrs. Lily Padgett and MiTe Leona I near the Canova farms.
nursery, names of its owners and meant, who will be missed a deputy collector of Internal Revenue Padgett were visitors to Starke last I Though the recent cold wave gave i
b their plans will be made public in thejiear ces which they leave.If will visit your town for the purpose Tuesday.Mrs. the strawberries a backset, some betties -
future. you can be located in of assisting taxpayers in filing C. B. Bennett visited relative are still to be found. Last Friday -
ness, trade or profession of Omaha Nebr.'. I their income tax return for the year at Lawtey Tuesday. and Saturday saw shipment! I
Horace Treadwell, negro, of Jack eventually to own an Mid-Western 40 to 220 A.yard A. 11923 1 which are to be filed on or before Arthur Seay, of Waldo, was a business of berries. The long, luxuriant leaves ,
sonville, dropped dead while assistinga as almost all newcomers do strokes fa a March 1C, 1921: visitor here Tuesday.A. of the beets were bitten by the cold, -J
physician in placing a bandage on be advised to buy as much of American girl | Starke-February 16th and 18th. K. Williams and B. B. Williams but new leaves are taking their place. ,
the arm of a negress who had been Olympic honors thu I Hampton-February 15th. were transacting bugin-e in Jacksonville I, Beet shipments in hampers go f r'r- ,

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AGB TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.; STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY JANUARY 25. 1924.

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, ,'t., cow la attracting much attention at AS BOLT SEES IT i board the men from the Tacoma, who --

::1:1 ii' this time. It was caught by Capt. I were put ashore immediately after The BEST Emmr..rni-y Remedy

\,, Thompson and is said to be the first Brooklyn Flu., Jan. 21, 1924. the wreck. It also has been said informally

Newt of Florida in Short Paragraphs one ho has ever seen in the ocean/The Editor: I am enclosing a duplicate 'I' no orders have been given for Man and Beast

sea cow is usually found in fresh wa of a reply to the American Pence for any of the eight warships now Soya Wm, Blalock. Lvndnvrr.N .
: Vera Cruz to proceed C. -"f have used Mi-xita'i ijMuHtutiff
Award. Of course it was turned assembling at "Th. Liniment for nil km*';

; {1---------- I ter.Oral arguments to determine whether down. Perhaps it would interest the to Tampico or any other port. Cood 0/04
I5 Aubrey Lee "Nichols under death readers of the Telegraph If you Unquestionably, administration officials S,,,.. and behove it to Us the b<%L,luimcnt .. .

sentence for alleged criminal assault think so, please publish ,.It.JOSEPH feel considerably relief. in having JlUll" now II""in' I"fmJ: ; 8 kcpp ret K*,ininerd HImyhuuaB :

Told by Our Exchanges trial will\ be BOLT. arrival of it to utl a.the betl htmavntfor .
should be given a new received word of the all ur"o...."

held the five court justices Admiral Magruder, aboard the Richmond
.. by supreme Mustang I.iimcnt la cnmpowdof
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in Tallahassee. Nickels was convicted at Vera Cruz. Not only has toothing hcalimt oils tli.it
}o'irst-World is unobtainable :
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peace when rttfibml l iftnetrate thIHSIKI
Gainesville has approximately seven E. P. Martin, of Plant City, an of criminal assault upon a in the present generation. One reason the predicament of the men of the la the bniiul !Miibt.m
and former solicitor of < nut,t ,,nA""olc"l1ol.nildaar pen.
: more miles of paved streets today torney at-I white woman in DeLand two years alone would prove this. For ages Tacoma involved some embarassment 7'/ per. u.id data nutunuit uftiinsJalisco _

than it had nina months ago. borough county, reported that he ago. He I ia, now being held in the who make it in dealing with the blockade problem, '
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and men '
past, war _, L.t \: FREE r.; .
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seized by a gang of ten men at his Polk county jail in Bartow where he but the navy department has occasion .
and
have been glorified monumentalized I LM"L. "n.ab.utDIIIJ
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home Thursday night, taken in an automobile so "" .."" ,,,,,.,,,, "
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was removed for safekeeping to feel anxiety with regard to tho ,.... ..,
Horace Treadwcll, negro, of Jack that to a vast number of people I ,' "
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to a lonely spot a mile from the Do Land prison. The decision of of Captain Sparrow and the .I' 11! ", '" r ,
plight
sonville, dropped dead while assisting In all nations the only heroes I I ''I I '
town and painfully f1o ged. He was I, t : ; t'A:: g J
to hear oral his which :
the court arguments small detachment of crew
a physician in placing bandage on supreme worthy of adulation ami imitation are .r. .U"uk-
saved from a more severe beating by follows the court's action of remained with him aboard the Tn- N. Y
the arm of a negress: who had been I those with bloody hands. War must IlibllIL.I
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Ihe appearance of another automo- several weeks ago in reinstating the coma. ... ; by Dr.".and
cat with a knife.Construction be shorn of its glory in the eyes of I : -J\\ ; Cu"ral8laru
tiilu wh.Ji; frightened off the mob after extraordinary
case on its docket, on the the people. Until this is accomplished I """I
members had taken $11 in cur I the trial and .I ,
motion that sentence conferences and Federal Troops! Croiw Boundary
all leagues, pacts,
of the rail line from XICA t
rency and a diamond ring worth $200. of Nickels was nullified by reason
courts must always bo abort!tve. Naco, Ariz., Jan., 20.-More than
Tampa to the East Coast-probably of his plea of guilty having been
Second The and untaught 1,500 Mexican federal troop crossed I
Stuart though engineers will not discuss young
entered because of fear of violence in
Henry Ford won the first tilt in the
be inculcated with the from Mexico Into the
the specific tfrminus-Is going I generation can an boundary I
to be pushed right along and right $11,000,000 suit filed against him several tho court room. aspiration for the spirit of peace and I United States hero today: and entrained I

of way are being secured eastward months ago by E. S. Huff, of abhorrence of war. To this end, I for El Paso, Tex., where they I

towards the Kiaalmmce river. Minmi, a former mechanic in thti Frank Bowden 32, is dead, and his would begin with the public schools, will enter Mexico nt Juarez. The I

Ford automobile factory at Detroit I brother Mose Bowden, 22, and Willie Sunday schools, kindergartens and troop train left here at 1:55 p. m. and .

for royalties alleged to bo due him'for Williams, 18, are suffering from homes. All histories should be revised was expected to reach El Paso about I Coahuila, where the forces
The tobacco growers of the Bonl- the invention of a flywheel magneto nervous exhaustion and exposure aa mentioned at ail this
so that war, if 7 o'clock evening. of President Obregon are battling to
fay section are about the busiest people for Ford earn, according to telegraphic in
I the result of being capsized a row should bo pilloried for its futility and Permission for the Mexican soldiers quell the revolution.
to be found those days, preparing advices< received at Jacksonville Man
boat on the St. Johns river at execrated for its wickedness. No pictures to cross United States territory, that
their Reed beds, selecting their by Ford's attorneys, Informing i that the
It
darin Sunday night. seems of battles jor military heroes they might strike at the revolutionists Safe Deposit
lands and attending to the many other them that the United States circuit young men started Sunday afternoon should bo permitted. Instead the hero from
some new angle, was requested
matters pertaining to the raising I court of appeals at New Orleans had on u fishing trip down the river an>: worship of the young should( be directed by President Obre on. The

of n tobacco crop... I reversed a previous decision by Judge on their return late at night the boat to the great ones of peace, to state department at Washington acquiesced An old] lady, who was sitting on tho

Henry Clayton at Miami, favorable capsized in some manner. The boys pathfinders, to missionaries, to const but passed the matter along porch of a hotel in Asheville, North

Fourteen seaplanes of the aircraft to Hu.ff steered the overturned boat to land, guards, to firemen! to inventors, discoverers to the governors of Arizona and Texas Carolina, where also there were a

Bquadron' of the United States navy paddling with their feet and holding civil engineers, to constructive for ratification. number of youngsters, was approach

arrived at Key West from the north A five story coffee factory and! can to the boat with their hands, for a statesmen and lawgivers, and to Governor Hunt of Arizona his ed by one of them with this query:
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gave
for several distance of about a mile. When the of kind "Can you crack nuts?
a days' stay. The squad manufacturing plant, costing $300 leaders in righteousness every approval and acting Governor T. W.
ron is enroute to Cuii'bra for winter 000, is planned by the Choek-Neu shore was reached, Frank Bowden If the next generation can be trained The old lady smiled and said: "No
Davidson of Texas after at first I
detained dropped exhausted on the sand and refusing my dear, I can't. I lost all my teeth
maneuvers. Several planes were Coffee Co., producers of Maxwel to aspire to accomplishment by on the ground that there
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at Fernandina on the way House Coffee, on a three-quarter acre it la supposed he died in a few moments means of peaceful progress instead might be trouble between Mexican years ago.

dc>wn. site on East Bay street, Jacksonville from the cold and shock. Mose of lawless violence, then the voting! factions on the American border, later "Then," said the boy, extending two

The company is now negotiating will Bowden seems to have made hilt way of the future will provide men and agreed to the proposal, with the hands full of walnuts "please hold!

Construction the city in an attempt to buy the inshore for some distance, where he women with clean hands to firm' ojrC'wernment. United these while I go and get some more." I
of extensive anti up- urderstanding that the States
tract of land which was found later by his father, cling
was acquired recently i .
to-date oil storage terminals in Tampa government would assume all respon -- -
with by the Ford Motor Co. The ing to a fence in an unconscious condition These sentiments should: be published -
rail and deep water connections sibility.
\1. proposed new factory would be the and with his hands so tightly in all newspapers, magazines !
; on Hooker's Point, at an estimated There was no demonstration. Fifteen 7T LOOKS C WONDER i AGE
largest in the South. clasped around the fence paling and religious prints in all languages
.' cost of $350,000, will bo com that they had to be pried loose. Willie would become hundred Mayo Indians made up
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menced within the next few months "
the command. Hundreds of citizens "NOSESHWE[
Williams who secured assistance
;' ; Florida. Moss Products of so unpopular that it would die
by the Imperial Petroleum Company :
corporation gathered to watch the
troops cross
for the Bowden boys stated that
two
of Tampa, state distributors for Leeuburg is outgrowing its present a natural death. The dove of peace the border here. General Jesus Maria f.2! SHINY NOSE
he removed his shoes while paddlingthe
'" wil! 1 never build her nest In the tower
tha Sinclair Refining company. quarters. This concern was started boat to shore and when the boat Aguierre, incharge, .hoped to effect EXCESS PERSPIRATION
of battleship or the mouth of a can
three by A. T. Hill of Jack a
: years ago- grounded he hurried to the home of a crossing of the border at El OILY SKIN-ODOR OF PERSPIRATION
non, but she will in a church steeple
sonville, capitalized at $10,000. Las
Plans to establish over one hun December the capital stock was increased W. S. Bowden, the father of the boys or the belfry of the schoolhouse. With Paso tonight, under cover of dark BLACKHEADS--ENLARGED POKES
dred new families in the vicinity of but unable to talk on account of ness. i
to $75,000 and took into the was the blessing of the God of Peace on RED NOSE-FRECKLES
Okeechobee City for work in the lumber concern several associates. The cold and exhaustion. Mr. Bowden, our efforts the poet's dream will be In their trip to Juarez, the Mexican Will Kop Your SIt;" /VwA Looking

camps and sawmill of the Andrews present seeing his condition, knew that some realized soldierj will cross portions of the
ia for
Lumber Company has been announced. the demand output and wholly the inadequate is now thing had happened and hurried to "Tilt the war drum throbbed no Ion states of Arizona and New Mexico. MAIL=.:-t'r TDDA y::::::;:

This concern recently purchased increasing capital company stock to $150 the river where he found his son, ger, and the battle flags were The troops eventually! will be .sent to

about 00,000 acres of lands Frank lying face down on the sand, furled -- -
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upon which the trees have been turpentlned. dead, and Mose Bowden clinging to In the Parliament of man, the Fed ....: ... _h__. .- .-... .-
The timber is located in the fence. =-
eration of the world.
John Ashley, escaped outlaw, wall
Osceola and Okeechobee counties. accu ed by a coroner's jury, of havIng There the common sense of most

Colds Cause drip and Influenza shall hold fretful realm in l--r -11
inflicted the death wound to Deputy a

The Hutton Engineering Company, Sheriff Fred Baker Wednesday LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE! !:TibleU"n--r"Oulrira.remove LbeOIl'e. awe. 1 :You ** an 'ncm t I
Thn 'a one >
of Savannah, Ga., which firm has had in a raid on the Ashley gang near I.:. IV WOVE .i; i 'rl"onlY' n., hos. :V contract for the of streets lapped in universal law.
a paving Fruita. The jury also held that he

in Sanford, reports that over twelve was aided and abetted in the slaying favorite '
: "oin :: !!] ( f
miles of asphalt have been constructed by Albert Miller and Laura Uptha your g1 I II

since last April. Asphalt surfacing grove, who were slightly wounded in uncjjtttciMETHODS Is Your Health Slowly] I '

has been used throughout on the the fight, both of whom are in jai i .

streets already completed, with a six here. Warrants would issue tomorrow Slipping Av/ay?

inch compact rock baso and with curb charging Ashley with murder '

and gutter of concrete headers. and others with being accessories. Starke I'eopledlia... You to Act In I STARKECOSMOPOLITAN \

Time.Is .

Key West has been cleaned up oi Saraaota county voted to sustain I

"snowbirds" as the annual visitors of Representative Lord's no fence law failii.g health niaki.if? you unease .. ,I
and unhappy? Are you tirucj, weal
the hobo type arc called in Florida. by about five to one at the referendum I and dispmtH '.' SulTer dnily backache.

They found upon their arrival here election held Tuesday. The election and stubbing, rhuumatio twinges! :

that a campaign had already bee was very quiet and so one-sidoi Then look to your kidneys! The kidneys ,

started to rid the city of them, and In Sarnaota City that less than five are the blood-filters.: > Once they '.America a Gr&itcst ,11arrzine'ISSUED -
I weaken, the whole ty-tem is upset :
this campaign has been so succcssfu hundred votes were polled. The total You huvu tlizzy spells, h uduchis and

that not one has been seen in Key vote of the county was only 40S urinary irr(' ulllrities. You feel all OiN THE 10th ,

West in more than three weeks. to 100 with the preclnts> outside to ".n.. ...uTU i worn-out. Lie Oonn's Pills-a stimulant
diuretic to the kidneys. Thousands
heRr from, and it was believed that I I
recommend DoariV. Here is
OF SUCCESS
Farmers of Citrus county will plan these would about break even. The Starke proof: GOOD HOUSEKEEPING

larger acreage of tomatoes this yea surprise of the election was the solid You are often asked by Christian !Mr C. L. Underhill, Chrrry says:

than ever before. An official check by; vote Of women of Sarasota against people, by ministers, church work "When I nut down, I had to brace my Tfic Hornemake: i 'litturily"

the Tonintoes Growers Association free range of cattle. ers and others to give rules of success arms in order to C"t out of a .'hair. ]I
felt tired and I hi d l to hold something ISSUED: Oi\ THE 20th
here divulged the fact that 2, On( in Christian work. The following to keen frum falli.iK. Onan'a Pills

acres of tomatoes will be planted The sea which battled down thv rules will guarantee suc- from :MiK'hell'i Drug Store cured the

Tho larger number of planters are tanker City of Everett and sent it to I cesi in any Christian enterprise.!: trouble."
Price (?0c, at nil !cale1 Don't ,
< i. HEARST'SINTERNATIONAL
working independently, even though the bottom October 11, 1023, ISO First-Absolute loyalty to Christ simply n'"U for( n kidmy I'l'ml'y-get .'
tomato contractors from the North miles east of Tortugns, with all on aa the Son of God. Loyalty toChrist Doun'a 1'illn-tl.I'! lumc that Mrs.

are offering splendid contracts. board, recently towed up a message as a man but is not worth Christ any Underbill had. F-iUer-Miluarn CoMfi8. -
thing to loyalty to
you
: ., Buffalo. N. Y.
from the tragedy. It was found in a 8S very God of very God the Savior .. .
For the fifth time Mrs. Grace Howell bottle at Elliott'fl Key, south of Mi of men, is essenual. U. S. FLEET- -SERVES------AS- GRIM 'A Libi'-at LttneatKinJSijUED

her fifth murder trial ami. Baker of Second Absolute obedience to I
awaiting Copt. the launch Gladys WAKNING TO :MEXICAN REV. ON HIE 20thHARPER'S
for the slaying of her husband in Miami picked up the bottle Monday the leadership of the Holy Spirit
the Third Person of the Trinity.
in February, 1918, is at liberty from driftwood. The tightly corked as
Third Absolute loyalty to the Seven Vessels! 'Hurry From Canal
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She Sunday evening from the bottle contained rote scrawled
escaped a on Bible as God's Infallible Word. It Zone to Join Cruiser Richmond
custody of two attendants from the a soiled piece of paper. It read: "S. I is the supreme authority, it is BAZAR"America 1

tste hospital at Chnttuhoochee, with S. City of Everett. This is the last God's last word, it is infallible and Washington, Jan. 20.-The United
whom she at at a local of -finding semi eternal. Most l>i.ituiui>lui Fashion Magazine"ISSUED
was supper us. Anyone please States cruiser ..Richmond, layoff Vera
restaurant while being returned to notice to Divine, 330 South Hicks St., Fourth-Absolute belief in, adherence Cruz tonight in silent but emphatic ON THE 30th
the Dade jail. and 633 North street to, and loyalty in presenting I
county Forty-seventh the full gospel .f Jesus Christ warning that Mexican revolutionists
t
Philadelphia. as the only mentis of salvation. must not interfere with American ,

Hunters of Klssimmee killed a full Fifth-Incessant prayer. Pray vessels In the attempted blockade of MoToR

grown panther last week, weighing Actual operation of the $1,500,000 -pray daily, pray continuously, Tampico harbor.

eighty pounds and measuring six feet sugar refinery of the Pennsylvania pray mightily, talk to God. .. The cruiser Omaha and six destroy "T7t A'afioruu Magazine of Motoring"
from of of tail. The Sixth-Incessant work at the '
tip nose to tip Sugar Company, located seventeen
ers, accompanied by the ir ship .
business of Christian work rep
dogs treed it after a chase of several miles north of !Miami, was begun this being a Promethus ISSUED ON THE 1st
northward
at the business of evangelizing the are hurrying ,
hours. Hogs had been disappearing morning under the personal direction world work at the business of from canal zone waters to add by the

from that section and a few days of tho general manager. This plant teaching the Bible. strength of numbers to the determination

I ago the owner found a full grown which took two years to construct, is S..ycnth-IIa'p a place. Work that American commerce is to MoToR BOATING

h.J hog-, ripped to pieces by a panther's aid to be the largest outside of the at the task assigned you, and remember be protected in Southern waters. ,.

.I JI' laws. I Louisiana cane I>4lt. and is equipped Christ; that that you you are are loyal working to the for Arrival of the Richmond off Vera "Tho National Magazine of Motor Boating*

with the latest known machinery Including church; that you understand the Cruz was reported during the night. ISSUED ON THE 1st '

A half grown piney woods cow, some secret processes. Its science of team work, and that you She is to take aboard first of all 278

worth about $5:;, la responsible for the produces its own fuel from the cane are cooperating with your fellow men of the cruiser Tacoma which ran

wrecking of the first section of Atlantic I stalks and from what refuse cannot r on Christians earth. in the greatest program aground on Blanquillas reef last week ,

Coast Line train No.8, four be used for that purpose, makes pulp Eighth-The absolute consecration Washington Still is Silent
teen miles west of Dade City, 11:30 which can be transformed into various
of and There break in
your purse, your power was no Washington
Wednesday night, resulting in the grades of paper. your person to the cause of Christ during the day that marked the silent 7 umer'sIJrugSlore

death of Engineer Dill Hall, of High to the work of evangelism and to attitude of the American government

Springs, the serlou injury of his The Miami aquarium at Miami Col.the building up of the kingdom of in connection with the Tampico block- J. E. CORPENING Mgr.

colored fireman, and! the loss of thousands Beach is again proving a great attraction ade.
These rules will make you i\ At no time has any administration
of dollars in damaged equip the number of visitors constantly man worth while a good citizen, official gone further than to say Day Phone 14 Night Phone 130

ment and track. None n f the passengers increasing, and the project a serviceable Christian, and a true the vessels had been ordered to Vera
injured l>4ynllll bidding fair to be financial witness for Jesus Christ, and success
were a severe a success shall labors. Cruz. In the case of the Richmond !
crown
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t 'PREVENTIONbetter It may be or seem true, but, as us- '
i r- 1 8 'r
ual, the next generation will be a little : II
I thin aura. Tntt't Pills: taken In I Itut S.Jo Jt !
I tinny. tan not only a remedy for prevent I better than those before (it. Providence Plant Track 1
I SICK HEADACHEcanlipXioa I i attends to that, and makes'" Crops Early

l!>iIi__ and LnJrad <_ I very good mothers of the "licentious WORRy l Its TUB INTBRBTTa

Tutt's Pills Smith.Amazons"lie that must worry remember good the Doctor famous IT a corteq* TROUBLE Due BEFORE Canto Smudge Pots Keep Them Safe From FrostGet

t Olympias, who danced stark
naked, with serpents wrapped around high prices!! on early markets by planting two

1 her, consulted magicians, killed the or three weeks sooner. This means! real profit and

baby of her husband's second wife. less risk because! you can have your crop picked before
This'seek the late rains.
But she was the mother of Alexan-

der the Great. CancoSmudge Pots eliminate the frost hazard

which has caused you to sell with the crowd or take

I People talk of "a saturation" in the big chance.

motor industry. There !la no such
M 100 of these heaters to an acre bring full protection
thing as "saturation' 'in the automo- .
against cold snaps raising the above i
temperature
bile world. People buy cars, use 'em,
others. the danger point They are easy to operate, simple in
buy I construction: : easily stored and with proper care last
The farmers in the country used to .
far $52 an this frost
years. acre buys protection. Oil is
By Arthur
Elrisbane buy two million buggies every year. easily ohtamed; at low cost.
We only manufacture four million .

ABOUT EARLY SUCCESS. automobiles a year now. At this moment !More ImportantA Consider your past experience. What would you

1,400 FEET DOWN. the country ought easily to absorb city broker who had married a have made if you could have saved your crop those

FORD AND MUSCLE SHOALS. six or seven million cars a year. wife a good deal younger than him- years when vegetables were hard to get at any price?

Every car pays for Itself in timesaving self said to her morbidly one night: Add to that the better prices! year after year, that you
NOTHING LIKE SUCCESS. could have realized had 1 sold fruit the
and represents economy. "Darling/ what would you do if I you your on early
HARSH WORDS FOR GIRLS market.In .
should die and leave you?

The young wife squeezed' the old these figures absolute proof of the extra prof-

It doesn't pay to make children Hastings' Seeds4fCata1oj fellow's hand. its that Canco Smudge Pots can make for you.
work too hard. What they need in "Leave me-cr-how much" she

youth is warmth, affection, exercise, murmured. This coupon will bring complete information con 0)

good food, long sleep. Heavy learn I cerning Cancn Smudge Pots. It places you under no ob.
ing: can come later. Knew All ThreeA ligation. I'iIit\ in and mail it.

You have read about William Jar.tes I jree / teacher in an Englewood school

Sidis, the phenomenon who, at 11 asked the other day: "How many '
years of age, was in Harvard University This Is the greatest and most accurate kinds", of flowers are there?" SKINNERMACHINERY COUPON

debating with professors on the Seed Book ever published for the Three pupils held up their hands.", SkJ".r Dunln, M.ohl..ry"''orl... C.", ."y\)I
fourth dimension and out of I South. 100 pages, full of actual photographic She chose one to reply.
came I h ............. .
Harvard at thirteen. pictures, handsome cover I "''''ell, Isadore, how many kinds", of *>* .. aehe oft
I pages In full colors, accurate descriptions
"
I That young gentleman is working valuable culture directions and flowers are there?" COMPANY.......... ... al .:............1
the most useful Seed Book there Is. "Three, teacher.
. now as a clerk at $23 a week and do- u4 would Ilk.
t It Is absolutely free, and we want "Indeed?" And what are they?" DUNEDIN FLORIDA (Information)
ing his "higher mathematics" on a (pmir C noFoU. .
you to have It In your home. Hast "Wild, tame an' collie." IK(i\ 112.Distributors. 11m..... 1 .... __..j
cash register. He he hates the ..
says ings' Seeds, "The Standard of the thai thli to pot ot>U.kt. DM'
la
name of Harvard. lIe is discouragedand South" always the best seeds Size any way.
are as Something Like That 10-Qt. : for
from a published interview, he grown. Garden field and flower lou rasa aw* i American Can .... ... ..
.. Company 81. .......,..........
Mose had been arrested ottoa ooM .1
appears to lack the greatest of as- seeds, plant. and bulbs that do well Sampson : .... Toledo Ohio
sets, mental courage. It's easy to In South are all fully described with for helping himself to a white neigh- v as

take that out of a human by over- 1934 attractive prices, the lowest we bor's Wyandottos.
forcing in childhood. can possibly sell good seeds plants Guilty or not guilty?"
and __
bulbs. All our 1924 customerswill -- --- ------ -- ----- -- -- --
The of Not guilty, ash! --0-------
vanity parents ends
some-
get I S seed packets ot beautiful Blonde Hen Opine for for
something being good boys. am afraid of the cow. Couldn't I
times in Have alibi?
destruction an
of the child's flowers absolutely free. The big new you
chances. 1924 Seed Book tells all about it. Al-al-says which, please, suh I'll admit my sweetie's overcoat is I learn on the calf?

-0- Write for It today.H. You heard me! Have you an alibi? a bit loud-but he always wears a Cake-Eater's Tatter

Wirelea signals in the code of the G. HASTINGS CO., SEEDSMEN, Oho! Yassuh! Didn't onnerstan'yo' muffler with it. llcebee IgottagnodidcatomarryaniregirlamliipttU'down. Now is the time to order strawberry '.

United States navy have been heard ATLANTA, GA. at fust. Yo means de alley by tickets at this office

1,400 feet down in a mine In Arizona. which ah 'scaped wid dem chickens Red Ink-Strawberry Geebee-igoltabotteridea-tomarry wwWll/u..1III

"Sound without wires going thru Grouchy Cuctomer-These jelliesyou urichJtI rill ndsettleup, .
COFFINS & CASKETS
1,400 feet of solid earth" seems mar- l DEMOCRATS: TO NEW YORK Just PreliminaryAnd sell all taste the same to me.
velous. But we must remember thereis what did she say. when you How cun I tell the different brands? A Thought For Father And st Full Line of

no such thing as "solid" earth. And proposed Storekeeper-Why, sir, you tell by Willie-Say, Dud, what's ancestors UnJerloAere'Suppli..
Battle Before National Committe He-
there is no such things as solid mat- Well, first she said that had none the labels. ? --

ter, only electrons, that form atoms, suits In Convention Victory of those stable qualities which a woman G. C.-I never taste the labels. Pa-We'll, sonny, 1'm one of yours AUTOMOBILE HEARSE

atoms that form molecules, and mole- requires in a husband; then she and your' grundud'a another. Always: on hand. The best sr>

cules that form what we call matter, The Democratic national convention told me she considered me the most Ahl! A Reward Willie-Geeminy! I thought they rice at the lowest price Special -

the particles of that matter being as will be held at New York City begin- unfickle, improvident and unreliableof Jimmy (after trying for half an wan something people bragg about. sjMenUon to telegraph or.

far from each other, in proportion to ning Tuesday, June 24, following the my sex. hour to open the pantry)-Gimminyl en. fUglHered Embalmer

their size, as the earth is from the Republican convention in Cleveland, Phew! That was an awful turning It's no use, Tommy; none of the keys Start Right
aun. There is no reason why radio 0., beginning June 10. The selectionwas down to give a man before refusinghim. fit. Uncle-Now I'll tench you to milk DeWITT C. JONES

waves shouldn't go anywhere, since made by the Democratic national Tommy-Aw, alright then; we'll the cow. STARKE, FLA

there is no solid matter to stop them.o committee at a meeting in Washington But she didn't refuse me-she accepted wait 'til Mom comes home and ask Niece (from Starke-Oh) uncle, I _v............_

D. C. me.
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Various concerns offer to rent Mus- New York City for the first time in -----

cle Shoals, suggesting in a feeble, 56 years was voted the convention, Had Her Doubts

doubtful kind of way, that they will after a stirring combat with San There was an all-round good-for- .
"make fertilizer. The farmers of 'Francisco, Chicago and St. Louis. nothing man who died and at his funeral -

the United States have Henry Ford's I It took three ballots and checks for the minister delivered a most

positive promise that he will produce I $205,000 to take the Democratic beautiful address, eulogizing the departed -

cheap fertilizer at Muscle Shoals. The gathering to Gotham. in the most glowing manner,

farmers and others want Henry Fordto Many of the Chicago and St. Louis praising his splendid qualities as a S o

make good on that proposal and votes were thrown in favor of New fine type of man, a good husband,

he should have the opportunity. York City on the deciding ballot after and kind parent. About this time

I --o- the second ballot gave New York the widow, who was seated well up In

Ford shows you in the state of New 47, San Francisco, 29, Chicago 22, front spoke to her little daughter by 131SCVV

York, one of his new plants, an Industrial and St. Louis 18. New York's selection her side, and said, "My dear, go lookin

.; building, twelve hundred feet was made unanimous upon motion the coffin and eee if it Is your
r long, with not a smokestack on it ev- of San Francisco's spokesman. father." aride5 'pI

erything done by the power of water

changed to electricity.Give NO DOUBT ABOUT IT One on Father dtib

Ford the chance at Muscle Johnny was doing penance In the

Shoals and he will do everything pos- There was sent to congress last corner. Presently he said, "I can't

;; sible to keep his pledge to give the week a petition two miles long, con- help it if I'm not perfect, for there's) From time immemorial, leavening ,

farmers cheap fertilizer. IIo will do taining the signatures of 315,513 voters only been one perfect boy." gas has made the "touch" which
what is infinitely more important- "Who was that?" his. father asked,
who ask that the Mellon tax reduction made the paste of flour and watera
showing the people of the United plan be made law. This long- hoping to point a moral. digestible food -the staff of life.

States haw the water power of this est petition ever taken to Washington "You," was the plaintive reply A flat and soggy loaf or biscuit is an

country should be used 'or the 1..eot is very good evidence that the "when you were little." unleavened food. So it is that leaven. .

: ple's benefit. people demand tax reduction. Yet ing agents such as yeast or baking

-0A this petition is only one of many, all Just Like That powder are employed. _
t distinguished lady writer says: Mr. Blarney-You look sweet
reinforced by letters and telegrams!
"When deep, powerful love cools, thejl enough to eat! To insure to the American housewife
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numbering several thousand day.If
a
marriage should end in divorce." The Miss Flapper-I do eat. Whew! complete leavening of her biscuits
petitions left any doubt concern- cakes, muffins etc., which is so important ,I
newspapers' discuss that because it shall we go?
ing what the people want letters and to the food
jl Bounds rew. perfect digestion, pure
telegrams remove it. authorities found wise to .
it require a certain
Yet it what the said
is monkeys or IVrhap*-Perhaps
No other
in
legislative proposition standard of leavening strength in
would have said if they could talk, has Mrs. Wash-Oh, this Is your birthday
J recent years so thoroughly aroused baking powder.To .
half a million years ago. Mr. Monkey the voters. Upon no other meas- ? Let's see, what is your birthstone .- ,

would say: "When I am tired of ure has there ever been such unanimity ? maintain this guaranty of digestibility J
'. '" one lady monkey, I go oft and find of opinion. Never has congress Mrs. Tubb-I dunno--it must be O to insure minimum deterioration of leaven- '

J another. That's my idea of love." known more exactly what the people grindstone. ing strength, baking powder is packed in tin.
j -0i This prevents absorption of atmospheric mois-
i"J want it to do, and congress never had
i Marriage is an institution not established such an opportunity for pleating the Purdy' PhlloH ture. Dampness produces premature reactionin

I for the amusement of mon- people. Best of all there's no politics I've observed that business is sensitive the can-results in loss of leavening gas.
but for the where it Is Invited and
keys or men, protectionof ; goes
in the question of tax reduction-it's .
The food official, would properly condemn baking
children to establish for where it is well treated.
only
respect stays
all economic, pure and simple. There powder if packed in cheap sacks.
women, and to make gradually
men :
will be no politics in it unless some
more decent. fool congressmen undertake to put it Appropriate But what about self rising flour? It comes to the
We should be even closer to the Porter (after tenant had rung for southern housewife from remote northern mills
and
in; as sure as one tries to do it
monkeys than we are now, but for the he will be retired by his constituents.Of five minutes)-Did you ring, sir? packed in porous bags. What happens to this

institution of marriage, which has course' the Mellon plan knocks Tenant-No-no, indeed. I was mixture of baking materials and flour?

trained within them.men to suppress the monkey the calculations of politicians into a just tolling dead. the bell. We thought you Chemical analysis shows that much of it has lost

f I cocked hat. They want log-rolling were its leavening strength before it reaches the consumer.
\A -o-- and a pork barrel to play the political -
I. Dr. Charles J. Smith, president of I game with as they have been accustomed Reply to Collection Letter Breadstuffs made with such self-rising flours cannot
I Roanoke College Virginia, has this A Starke merchant received this rise the table
to play it. Mellon i I. not a properly-they come to heavy, flat, and
:'l to say about the modern girl. Read- letter in his mail the other morning: soggy.
s) i politician, and his plan hits the old
i ing it, you will hope that nothing unpleasant Dear Sir-I rec'd your letter about '
game a hard blow. Nevertheless politicians Why don't the urefood officials demand that self rising
was left unsaid: wha I owes you. Now be pashentt.I .
I will i ignore the people at their flours contain 0.5% leavening gas, the equivalent to the
"Some in drank ain't and as folks 1
pays
women forgot
i every age : peril, for the people are dealing the you 12% required of baking powder?
1iu'ior, a few even enjoyed a smoke, : cards for the 1924 political game. me III pays you but if this was) judgment

many of them threw away their hon- Exchange.To day and you was no more prepared Calumet Baking Powder is scientifically and legally! correct
or,but tile world has never known the to meet your God than I am -the last spoonful is as pure and sure as the first.
turning loose of such an army of hard your account then you shore would go
drinking, cigarette puffing! licentious Cure Cold la One hay. to hell. Packed In tin-keeps the strength in
Take LAXATIVE!: I'''OMO C"f rWF (TibMO. .
Amazons as walk the streets and:! Invade luut-ougn n aa4 ju.i.*,!.. .OiA r...lie .... Good Bur,
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ii. Bradford County Telegraph. TilE SCHOOL HBAT1NO QUESTION Political Annoinicemes A DIFFICULT FOCUS ,f I

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Should Be Taken in ; FOR SHERIFF
Time That Steps
I hrrut'r announce myaelf a OBil Published weekly and entered as Important :Matter Sheriff of Bradford county, and If eloeteA I /l t'AA
tomia..aiolrnt dmialetratlon of the .h.riff ,_ Q ,
second class matter, at the post I '. olfie 1 etand for law tnforoffment ( ) r
equally applied to one and all. without fear NOA BITCAME2A
yw-- office at Starke, Florida. Every cold morning Starke people ur favor. I hall appreciate the support of .
are sure to see the school children the votwra at the prlmnry. June 8r rr -- -- --=- _.o "- -=='"= W. M. (MUCH HOWARDS.: ,
return home; the teachers having dismissed -
11)). 8. MATTHEWS. Editor and Owner --- tH'd
r, them on account of the rooms I hereby announce myself a eantl] re-election to the office* of RherllT uf Bradfordoounty.
being/ too cold for comfort, and even I If n**>luctod 1 will I ea in the put
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY cold here Dare no pains I In the full vchariiu, of all thtlutlM 1 I
i health. The spells are preceded of the oirice, and I by rains, making the groundwet. upport of the votom at the ensuing primer
lap.'Ctfully. W. J. LVPEIMUX.:: :
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Many children arrive in school
SUBSCRIPTION RATEs with feet and after shivering FOR TAX ASSESSORI
damp ,
am a candidate' for nomination to the of
Par Year _- ._.__ ______ _______..2.0I in a chilly room are apt to take cold. flee of county aMMinur of taxes of Bradford
county and roupcotfully aollcit your cooperation -
Many children come by bus and are and itupport 'in the Uemncratle' primary
arrive election to be hull June 8. 1e24. I mmure you
when at
chilled through they
that I deeply appreciate. the confidence and
I ',r school, but cannot get warm there. Hupport you have given mo In the peat, and
trust that my official. record may have :your
The uncertainty of whether there willh,4 approval for another term. Rwipoct fully.
',,,,-, P '1", not chilly morning N. D. WAINWRIGHT. Tha '
< or a I \
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I kyepH *.<>me mothers:: from going to FOR TAX COLLECTORI i/;! uc.10,,
: hereby announce to the puhllo that I ama ,
fl the trouble of getting .lunches for candidate for re-eluotlon to the office of / ?
them county tax collector, subject to the! will\ of
and
their children preparing
I the people at I he coming. Ihimiurallc primary
tt for school, but conclude there will be election to be held June. 3. 1IU4. 1'romlnlnE. L rr t ti
.If re-elected, the ame ". ....nnl. courteous, and \
no use for it, and let them stay at Tick-til( aervlce In the future an In tho put.
home. 1 will\ appreciate your vote. Sincerely. A / nIs
E. W. AYES y

+ No. 4954 Teachers and school authorities exhort I hereby announce myself a enndldnte for ( i t
parents to not let the children the trice of Ux collector of Bradford county.
(Membership in National Highway I ...\lelt the support of the voter of the county s
Association) miss a day from school if possible.Yet and If elected I promise a faithful. dlacharve -
they are sent home because the fully i submitted.of the: duties of aid U.olflee M. BOW Riwpprt.UNO. .

school rooms cannot be warmed. i
AS TO AflKirULTURAL IMPLEMENTS I MEMBER SCHOOL ItOARIK-1ST. No. 1
While the smallest country schools The friend of Rev. L. W. Kloklltvr ask for
his ra-elvotlon a* a member of the Board of
are provided with stoves to make Fubho Inmructlon for illatrli" No 1 of Urml.
them comfortable, the aristocraticand ford county. Mr. Klckllter has .given the iit-
The National Association uf Farm moat atlnfaotlon during the iravornl terms he
opulent Bradford County High h... served on the board, and we consider It
Equipment Manfucturers is out witha to the Interest of the voter and the county
School is literally "left out In the
cDnUnllrt.!
that hi. aervicc. be
that the
jeremlade complaining i cold. M.\NY FRIENDS.
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farmers do not b\p/ enough of modern i -
The NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR PARDON
heating apparatus was -
implements and that the sale of themis apparently Take notice that 1 will on March 11, lU2.1.or .
put in in a hap-hazard manner an noon thereafter aa I may be htard. apply ore
diminishing year after year, whenIt who
just so as to satisfy the last call in for a pardon murderhatethe apring term
should be the other "The vol. wna convicted of
way.
'the contract between the builders and of the Brntiford county circuit court In July.
ume of sales S3: cent less In diwlrlnu. then be hoard on _. .
was per 1U14. Anyone may ---- - --- -- ------- -
the school authorities. The boiler is ---
1922 than in 1920\ ," and twenty of situated the merit. of the application.W M. C. HODGES1 ,land, lunother worshipper.Bible I
in cellar\ which is always
the leading companies, during the leaking. The a steam, conduits are 1 12t.. -1 Attorney for (Petitioner I school at 0:45: ; a. m. We hovered : Forgives Father for Death Sentence
I II
v years 1921 and 1922 sustained a ]lose the : around, one hundred and fifty __ _
Sometimes
of fifty million dollars and so on. faultily designed. +rlllllllllllltttl +++I +I-M last Sunday, which made Prof. Wiggins -
boiler cannot be fired because of deep
There are probably many reasons feel good.CHURCH .
water the floor. I II II II II
for this state of affairs. Where farmers on
The ruling opinion school I Church Services I II
have to round up tramps and among OF CHRIST NOTES
compel them to work in the fields, as patrons and teachers seems to be that

they often do in the West intricate the apparatus should be discardedand rlllllllllllllllllllll MM The Bible school: last Lord's Day I

machinery cannot be used. The cooperate stoves put in the rooms. The PRESBYTERIAN was unusually interesting. The new

Ay habit is spreading, and more heating could then be perfect and superintendent, J. C. Hunt, delightedall I .

costly implements, that are not in there would be much saving of fuel, Stewardship present. Col. A. S. Crews taught I J W48 t$ 4I /r

constant 'use, are handled by several an the apparatus, when not drownedout February is stewardship month. the adult class to the delight of all. I .sf; Ic vs.r .

j+ farmers, instead of only one, as for devours wood like a Mississippi "As every man hath received the It is pleasing to see the spirit of 1 ft z.rry I

merly. Then the implement men take steamboat. Then both pupils and gift, even so minister the same one brotherliness and fellowship\ manifest i t

{ no pains to suit local] conditions, but teachers could work in comfort and to another as good stewards of the in the Bible school and the commanded $ 10<' to R ,

consider that a certain tool should da bo saved the annoyance of having to manifold grace of God."-I Peter 4: worship. Barring some slackness < ;.' a r w.ti

as well for the farmer on the Atlantic give up the work and go home, after 10. i in our financial system which we '- :.. to

seaboard as for the dry land far- having shivered in the cold for an I am the steward of a King, hope to overcome by inauguratingthe i 1'1, v I

l mer in the arid portions of the West hour. Who has intrusted me with gold-. tithing system. Certain of the n a. c ...,9 v?

for the tiller of mellow sandy land There was no trouble to raise mon- Not wantonly away to fling, membership' are already tithers. "The

as for him of the clayey fields and ey for teachers' salaries by voluntary Nor yet to hoard in some strong- tithe is the Lord's" Lev. 27:30. "To I A little oath Brooklyn to tell] the tailor tr. A'i!1-"K,,. Lindsay..e admitted"' thought his son's so highly private of con-his

prairies of the Middle West. The I contributions, when such were called hold; withhold it. is to rob God." Malachi ecmn\ of guilt in mm testimony convicted and the son

manufacturer claim that their products I for, and if the funds at hand are not But to apply with greatest care; 3:8.12, to death t eioctrle chair February 14th. Owing
are cheaper in proportion than sufficient for the purchasing of efficient To help a brother on the road Bible school at 10 a. m. to the Jury's error, the Jii-' t 'uld show no mercy. The case stirred

any other hardware, and this is prob- morns for heating, we have no To better things that he may bearA Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. the east. and""Dad an )appeal'6u did was right made," said to the the 23-year-old Pardon Court youth for life in forgive-imprisonment. -

ably true-too true, perhaps, at doubt but that sufficient voluntary light heart 'neuth fate's heavy m. DOSS, shown aboVe with mother and fnthcr. -
times. For in order to make the pri- money could be raised for the pur- load.I Special meeting of importance following -

ces attractive implements are often pose. Let those who have authorityand the Sunday night service. All\ ---

made too flimsy, thin cast iron is used responsibility in the matter' go am the steward of a King, urged to attend. building.\ homes for the hundreds of sunshine, and no matter how hot the
where iron will ]last to work. We cannot have perfect talents hide W. E. DAUGHERTY
only wrought a Who gave me -not to people pouring into the state. I con- day may be, the nights are always
quarter-inch bolts where there shouldbe school under existing conditions.HOW'S But to be daily used to bring Minister. sider this the best opening for capi- cool. But what of the summer temperatures
half-inch bolts, and bracingof Sheaves to Ills storehouse from olf -
proper tal the
on part of those who under- ? Let us see what they
parts under much strain is too often wide METHODIST stand the business. But do not put a were last summer. The United States

neglected. Implements dragged THIS ? Fields of the ripened grain, that He "I was glad when they said unto cent into anything until you corres- weather bureau says that the highest

through the soil are subjected to con- do HALL'S what we CATARRH claim for It-I'h.l MFDICINB your aystem will May pour His blessings on man- me, let us go into the house of the pond with a chamber of commerce, temperature at Eustis, Fla., duringthe

stand vibration and many shocks and of Catarrh or Oeacneaa cauaoU by kind; Lord." get locations of openings and go summer was 94 degrees in Au-

: should be strong enough to withstand Catarrh.HAL.IV9 CATARRH MEDICINE con- That all His children hero may be Sunday school at lOa. m., E. K. down and look it over for yourself. gust. Compare this with 102 at

them. lata of an ointment which Quickly Drawn nearer, and truth's riches Perryman, superintendent. Living conditions about the Northfield Vt.
are ; 103 at Boston, Mass.;
Relieve the catarrhal Inflammation, and
The Telegraph has always "..,//'Ocat- the Internal Medicine, a Tonic whichact find.I Preaching by the pastor, Rev. L. B. same in Florida as in the average 106 at Washington, D. C., which are
ed improved Implements and our farmers through the Blnotl on the ..Mucoti\ Sun I
Simpson, at 11 Sunday morning.
Hurfacee thus aftaisilnfr to r.*tor. nor- Northern state. However the permanent ofDcial figures. Los Angeles: showed
have responded Sometimes they mal comlttlone.fold am the steward of a King, clay evening at 7:30: there will he a resident who has a garden in the 109, and Walla Walla Wash., 113 de
found that suited by druKKlut I for over 40 of His boundless luvc
an Implement per- J.ure. Who gives me
the elder of the
by presiding
sermon
t\ J. Cheney A. Co, Toledo rear of his home can grow a very grees. Do not let the temperaturesworry
fectly, and when it was worn out That sad souls may be made to sing, Jacksonville district, Kev. W. S. large part of his living therein, as he you. There are thousands of
they bought another like the from sun-washed skies
Just And light Dunkle. '
NEW RIVER can garden the year around, barringa satisfied people living there all the
first one. Yet at almost every farm above Epworth League at 0:43.: : few midsummer months. Now as year around.In .
discarded improved implements are Descend on those, who, slaves to fear, Prayer meeting, Wednesday eve
New River Jan. 23.-H. T. Parnell to climate. conclusion, if you are prospering -
found, which did not fill the bill Are warmed by sympathy divine; ning at 7:30.FI.OIUJU: .
made a business trip to Palatka Saturday This probably causes more hesitation happy and contented and your
not suited to the soil, or were unnecessary And courage comes, with peace ,Land
than all other when health is good in present loca-
causes, peo- your
heavy, or too hard to keep In cheer, SUNSHINE LURES
I I ? adjustment or too easily broken, and J. P. and J. W. Lindsey were visitors Reflected to their hearts from mine. ple come to consider Florida. The tion, stay there; if not, give Florida
to Starke winter climate in the high pine-clad I a look-at.
M j others, tried and true, were again taken Sunday. as your capital will pay for and carry I
,.\, into service, But many modern Ray Ctoodge of Lake City, motored Thus I, the steward of a King, I until the sixth year, when it will pay interior is ideal. An occasional cool Samuel A. Hamilton Huntington,
day merely adds zest to the constant PB, Jan. 1. 1921.
;m- implements have proven their worth,:, here Tuesday. Must out upon my mission go; for itself, with a good profit.No I wII
'I and are eagerly bought!\ as soon as''If. Messrs. George Rivers and Brow- Life's vernal moments., swift of wing one who feels: the need of a

/ .: needed. ,nrc.1 Johns, of Starke, motored here I I Give way tomorrow to the snow warmer climate, but who has a circle -

' li-i It may not be generally known that Wednesday and were the guests of Of age. Perchane some one may fail of friends from whom he is loath

i Florida agriculture, at least as practiced friends. For lack of that which I could give, to part, need fear that he will be go-

by the better clay sof farmers | Miss Rosa Hodges is visiting: with A love-filled cup-the Holy Grail- 1 Ing into a "wild and wooly South."

i smore intensive and skilled than even friends in Brooker. Who might take hope again-and The towns and many of the countiesof

that practiced by the market gardeners I I David Parnell made a business trip live! Florida are made up of the highest -

around New York. For that to> Lake Butler Saturday. -By Clyde Edwin Tuck, in the type of people from the North,

t reason, and because almost every I Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hodges and Missionary Survey for February. West and Middle West, and especially -

thing here must be planted on beds, children, Elma and Clarice, visited Sunday school at 10 a. m. I from New England. Many towns

and the tillage must be shallow and !I relatives] in Starke Sunday. Preaching services at 11 and 7'30: I have large and flourishing New Eng- II ( cr.7tr

even, the horse drawn implementsmust II I Avery Renfroe motored to Starke o'clock. land clubs, as well as clubs made up t

M do their work correctly. Our Saturday. Strangers always welcome.T. of people from the various states. +

.oil! is sandy and mellow and iraplements ] I M. F. and J. C. Wiggins motored to J. HEDGES, Neither need you fear that you will '

designed for baked clay or tho Lake Butler Saturday. Minister. be a pioneer; that day is past Ui Flor r

waxy gumbo or "buckshot," are user | G. C. Porter motored to Lake Butler IdaYou will find towns of a thou- -

less here. In other portions of the= Saturday BAPTIST CHURCH: BULLETINNot I' sand people with all\ modern conven- \ 1a

country wobbling and .lumping implements I Miss Thelma Parker of Lake But iences.

t : are tolerated, but they will I ter, spent the week-end with home- in years has there been a ser I There are other persons who like

not do here. If the farmers of this folks. vice to compare in interest with the to go South to hunt and fish. It is No-What new 1 Why, Blank's gone In business far

w state do not buy as many implements I Livingston Russ, of Brooker motored service of last Sunday morning, when hardly necessary to write much about himself] -Tep, that'a a fact J But-whers> did he get the

.i as the manufacturers think they here Saturday. the study of Stewardship and Missions I I this, aa the reputation of the state in money?

should, it is not on account of back- I Miss Estella Parker left Sunday began. The roll was called, this particular is international. In He and It-It WM an Inspired sarlng. His Tlslon of

wardness, but because they cannot for St. Petersburg to take a course in with only three absentees and these I I Lake county there are more than 1- "doing better" Was year ahead of his ability to accomplish

get what they want. ,I stenography. were unavoidable. The church: is not i: 400 lakes, from the size of what we It; BUT HE SAVED TO THE DAY-and won out.

The implement men should come a hospital, with invalids to be nursed; I" call a pond to from six to fifteen I Remember the "little 'drops 01 water" and the "little

together and establish an experiment PROPERTY CHANGES HANDS it is an' army, to be disciplined, in-I I miles long, teeming with game fish. I I grains of sand* Look more like theory than fact-

station in Florida, where all the im- structed and led. To be a soldier But you should write ahead and says' but If all FACT for Blank.

plements supposed to be needed in J. G. Boyd, of Starke, has bought plies responsibility, and responsibility what kind of fishing you desire, un- Set any goal you wish to work to through the establishment i

the state could be tried out and Im- of Jay Alderman a tract of land com- implies faithfulness. This the less you expect to sample all kinds. of a SAVINGS account; and make this Bank your

proved to meet particular needs, and prising two lots in Johns additionand members have come to see, the result Every chamber of commerce will give depository.

4 new ones invented. That would benefit ten acres south of them the ]land being a commendable faithfulness! you exact information as to huntingand Uo as Blank did-you can do it.

both themselves and our farmers. being on the east side of the railwayand with an eagerness to know the most fishing from all points of view,

formerly a part of the A. A. effective way in which to serve the and you can depend upon it. TilE BANK OF STARKE i

The tobacco growers of the Johns place. Lord. With good weather the attendance As to investments in Florida, thereare Rank of Helpful Service J

r fay section are about tho busiest Doni-I( Mr. Boyd has already begun im- next- Sunday will outnumberthat many; but it is not the place to The STARKE. FLA.

pIe to be found these days, ( provements on the ]land, which will of last Sunday; and that will be make investment' at long range. You

ing their seed beds, selecting theirs be fenced and the wooded portion going some. But, the people have B should be on the ground. There are t

lands and attending to the many other I cleared and stumped. A residencewill mind to do it and that is what counts. good opportunities in lumber fruit

matters pertaining to the raising be erected and pecan trees set This service begins at 11:00 a. m. growing, many mercantile business

of a tobacco crop. I If1 Ij out. Bring your books, paper and pencil and excellent opportunities in the
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FRIDAY_JANUARY 23. 1921. BRADFORD_COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA PAGE! PIVK

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(r-: Col. and<<1 Mrs J. L. Frazee have, I -- ___- -................- ....,L.'I"' '..... ___ BkSttutl' a

moved into the Alvarez house on N. I i

I .. Bits of Local i /Miss Callie Strickland is visiting Walnut sUeet. I

(! Information i t her sister, Mrs. E. W. Hayes. I EAT ONLY THE BEST


Mrs. G. M. Innmn spent Monday in STOPLOOKLISTENDANGER "
I Jacksonville.Good .

a Concerning Our People, Business ana We Have (Only The Rest Meatsat
I JUST AHEAD
Progress the County and Town. *' oranges 15c dozen. Hull's store.


i: Mr. and Mrs. Long, of Lake City, HASTINGS DECLARES PRESENT Our Sanitary MarketBEEF
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I were here a few days this week. SOUTHERN FARM TREND

iz; Mrs G. M. Inman spent :Monday of |l Spring Opening of the Shoppe Elite DANGEROUS.Atlanta .
.,""t this week In Jacksonville. [Saturday, Jan. 26th. Mr. and 1 Mrs. Edward Burns wentto

.. ----- I i I ___________ Jacksonville and St. Augustine on Ga..(Special.)-"Unless PORK

'. Royal Society Embroidery [ II. Y. Young, of Lawtey, was here Tuesday.Mrs. the present cotton farm acreage trend In toward 1924 Increased Is i Chuck Steak, 15c Pork Ham 20c
thread :5c a skein at Sternberg'sA on business Monday.
I
Pollard and mother, Mrs. checked within the next two or three I Round Steak 20c Pork Chops 20c
months, disaster will stare our farmers
I I Young, of Alachua, were hero Tues-
daughter was born last week to, Xo. 1 N. C. seed peanuts at White's day. in the fare next!: fall" declares II.O. Loin Steak, 25c Pork Stew 15c :
:Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Overstreet. l-25-3t Hastings leading/ agricultural\ authority '

Clayton Strickland has returned !I and Chairman of the farm 1' Chuck Roast 15c Western Pork Roast 25c

here J. W.Tuesday Bailer attending, of Macclenny to business., was J. A. Douglass epeat the week-end from a trip to Oaks, where ho visited : and Chamber Marketing of Commerce.Bureau of the Atlanta Rib Stew, 316. 25c Western Pork Chops 25c

I in Plant City. his sister, Mrs. L. A, Weekly. < "On. every hand comes reports that
1
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Mrs G. A. 1j j i n i the farmers of the South, aro planing I
Marr, of Tampa, is visiting CREAMERY BUTTEROLEOMARGARINE 55c
'
:blend work shoes $2 and up M. Smith, of Lake City, motored and preparing tot a largo Increase In -
at the F. A. Scott home.
I' at Sternberg's.A. here Wednesday to look after busi cotton acreage over the already excessive : 35c

ness. cotton acreage of 1923, ana, i FRESH OYSTERS 75c
Have your next suit made to I with the labor this Inevitably
shortage,
I \4. Charles
Darby and son, wero SMOKED HAMS 25c
measure by Sternberg.Mr. decrease In food and
means a.
F. A. Crowder returned to Starke
visitors to( Jacksonville Sunday. '
SMOKED BACON 22c
I Wednesday, after spending'sometimein grain acreage.) -
and Kirs. Jim Godwin spent Lake City.J. "When will our cotton growing WHITE BACON 15c
Sunday at Lawtey. I John Powell spent Tuesday in Jack- folks learn the lesson that big cotton I PURE LARD I II,. Carton 22c

I sonville.Everwenr. P. Hutchison\ and M. Flowers, of acreage In a favorable or even near
and Mrs. E. favorable season means more cot
Dr. L. Biggs went to Gainesville, motored here Sunday afternoon .'
,
Jacksonville Sunday evening to hear silk hose !98c a pairat to visit friends. ton than the world can take care of .
Smith promptly and a price smash resulting
Gipsy preach. Sternberg's.
that bring! either farm bankruptcy or Variety Meat Market
Mrs. C. L. Morrow, who has been financial crippling to our people?
Earl Middleton, of Live Oak, spent Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis spent the visiting Mrs. F. A. Scott, returned "There was enough cotton acreage

Sunday with his parents, Dr. and Mrs[ week-end in Fernandina with his Tuesday to her home in Tampa. In 1923 with even fair growing seasonsto Next Door to Bank of Starke Phone 1 24
W. E. Middleton.See mother ,
Mrs. L. A. Davis, Sr. ( have made sixteen to elghton mil. }

Seed potatoes, Roso 4 and Red BlissN. lion bales and o price of 10 cents, or
X. B. Hull\ for your kainlt salt; Wilbur A. Scott, of DeLand, spent I B. Hull, thereabouts. The only I thing that 1 )' lYIIaKI'ICICmImC! GICWDmdllDmmMmmmmCIIIIIIICIIDCDCDtDG1II! miama !

and acid phosphate for your spring Saturday and Sunday with his par Saved us from our own folly lu 1923

needs. ents, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott. Mrs E. M. Johns, Misses Kate and was Providence stepping In with heat Mrs. Nelle II. Hughes[ has gono to his truck growing! business six daysof
Hilda Struth motored to Waldo Wed- and drought west of the Mississippi Lake Wales where the branch Shoppo I the week and Sundays he fills pulpits -

Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and little I nesday. River and excessive rain an.4. boll weevil Elite will have Its opening this week. yet he has been persuaded\ by
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Strickland, of In the iiouthenat the two combined
daughter, Juanita, spent the first of I\lr8. Tomliuson will have charge of his friends to stand for re-election as
Waldo, spent Saturday with her par- cutting the crop to ten million
the week visiting relatives in Plant ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Manning. Mrs H. M. Snyder will go to Jack- bales. this store, while Mrs. Hughes will member of the school board. He has

City. I sonville today to spend a few days "Stop-Look-Listen! Is a common have charge of buying for the two given full satisfaction during the several -

with her husband. form of sign at dangerous rallrj>*<] stores. Sho will leave shortly for terms ha has flllod the olllce, and 'I
- Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Griffin, of Jack- Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Overstreet hadas crossings. The present cotton situation New York to purchase spring linn tho other members have madu him .

sonville, were week-end guests of Mr. a recent guest their daughter, :Mrs Eugene Matthews spent Saturdayin and present abnormal high price of millinery. the chairman. lie Is a man that we i

and Mrs. O. J. Griffin. ': McMillan, of Tampa.Mr. Jacksonville with his aunt, Mrs. ought to be a Stop-Look-Listen cannot afford to lay aside at the coming .

Annie Richard.Col. sign to every farmer In the South who NEW: CANDIDATES: primary.
I and Mrs P. M.: Stone and ..
Mrs. L. Wyman entertained the son, la even remotely thinking of adding -

Merry Workers Monday evening at of Alachua, were guests this week of D. E. Knight; "Spent.. a few days cotton acres and cutting down food
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis. and grain acres lit 1921. This issue\ of the Telegraph contains -
her home on West Madison street.A .. in Jacksonville last week transactinglegal J. L. FUAZICE f
... "It's a 100 to 1 bet that they will the announcement of several .I I
business.
carload of Ford cars and anotherof Mrs. J. M. Alvarez spent last weekin lose whichever way things go. If bad candidates for county olllces, who ATTORNEY AND CUUNSBLLOU ,
Jacksonville'-with'her friend, Mrs. seasons and boll weevil don't get wish to be remembered at the pri- i
Ford received by An- AT LAW
parts were
E. chief bank
M. Porter, state ex-
C. G. Buccl, and Mrs.1:LaMIra Gra them a price lower than a paying one mary, June 3rd.. They are tried and
drews & Wainwright Monday.
ham. aminer, spent Sunday as the guest of will. If there was ever a time In the true men. POSTOFFICE IIUILDINt
Mr. and Mrs. George C. White. history of the South when the cotton
The Kickliter cottage on Clark farmer In the South ought to play safe, SheriffV.. J. Epprraon )is now serving STARK, FLA.

street has lately undergone thorough Dr. and Mrs. B. C. Smith and son, F.' F. Stump motored to Leesburgand It Is In this year of 1924. his second term, and there have .

repairs. Arthur, and Miss Jessie Martin,, ol Eustls this week on a business "The South and the Individual farm. been heard no complaints about the I
Detroit, Mich., have apartments at er In the South will never accumulate manner in which he has discharged,
** Many subscriptions to the Tele- the home of Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Hull. trip. farm wealth until he quits gamblingIn the often hard, dangerous and disagreeable S

graph will, expire February 1st. Sendin F. J. Pattee has provided himself cotton, gambling through big acreage duties of hU office. If reelected I
$2 and get the paper 15 months. Miss Irma Stilley, of Jacksonville, with standard milk and makes plantings at high price periods, his accumulated experience I LUMBERSASH
I has. been visiting her parents, Mr. cans and produces, as a steady year 1n and will make him n still better olllcor.
of milk the
Jesse Thomas was in Jacksonville' and Mrs. Ben Stilley, of this city, regular shipments GainesviHe. to year out policy, all the food and grain N. D. Walnwright is out for reelection -
creamery at borne needs on home DOORS
needed for -
last week visiting his son, W. J. during the week. The grocery store of N. B. Hull acres." I as tax assessor Ills olllcu m ,

Thomas. in Clean at about the most Important in the Lime, Brick,
Mrs. F. A. Scott and her guest, right grows prices popularity.and good service.goods county, as he must provide the funds I Cement I I II \

Book your orders now for Red Bliss Mrs. L. C. Morrow, of Tampa, and and yet ho just to nil taxpayers Hike t
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and Rose 4 seed potatoes, with N. B. Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh went to Jack- Mrs. W. W. Brown, of Sumner, was Sugar. From Wootf lie has held! the olllce for ninny terms BUILDERS HARDWARE
Hull and sonville Monday to hear Gypsy Smith and I has the. utmost ..ti..ta- i ij
save money.E. the guest of Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot Now they're making sugar <'tit an given _-s' t
last Sunday. "wood." returned Wednes- The very latest creations in hats Shiruiin William Pain .
S. Matthews fKyania. t tI
can toke n ton of savutrm! uml ret s E.V.. Hayes In a natural born w< -
day from Roanoke, Va., where he at- and dresses at the Spring Opening of There will be preaching at the Baptist quarter of a ton of augur! out at It countitnt/ and keeps all regards] in the Varnish.so j I
tended to business matters. the Shoppe Elite, Saturday, January The process consists of putting the I .
I, church Saturday and Sunday All tax collector' olllco in tip-top shape a"Ev.rytl.ing I II
26th.
sawdust into it I'InHud retort and! mil
wi'lrome. He in our present collector" and inks I a
I Mrs. John Uglow has returned from )i>ctlng It to dlgvKtlnn with n \\'.>uk BOtutlon for
for ,
re-election. He has hUII-,
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Jacksonville .where she spent the William J. Thomas, of Jacksonville, nf Hulritmrous. arid under a prey. proven
self' a close collector, courteous, mid'" I Building anj Repairing"Consumers I
month with her daughter, Mrs spent the week-end with his father, Hire of from ninety to one liundrpounds ( <>
past McDowell. I Jesse Thomas, and brother, A. J. to ho square Inch. Eighty percent always at his post In the office. .. j
K. L. II Thomas. rENT-A-oWORD of the sugar than obtained Is r>rmeiitnblo. 11. M. Dowlinir, former tax enllw t .

I The product! 114 culled! "sue tor, would like to( be attain elected to Lumber
Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Williams and ehulow." this t ;: : I
important post. While in nllli-c
L. C. will leave for Jacksonville
son, Marion, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Thomas Mrs. Ray -
lie ,
kept matters straight and no 'om-
Jacksonville Wednesdaytao thls morning to spend sever- Company
went to Smith. al dpys with her sisters, the ]Misses[\ plaints were lodged against him, and j
hear Gipsy Problem Solved. I if ho
Allbritton.Rev. Agricultural elected again promises the STARKE. FLORIDA.
AVANTED A clone study nf Kills uml. I
-Responsible man or woman crop same good service
:Mrs.: Limbaugh, Mrs Scott and shows that the ivlutlou U purely nut-
of Tampa, attended the A. E. Dunham, rector of St.Mark's in every community in South Rev I,. W. Kicklitor U busy with
Mrs.! Marr, Florida to take subscriptions for ural In that crops Mliimln it preference
church attendedthe I
Gypsy Smith meetings in Jackson; Episcopal for n I'iriiilii soil is ,duo entirely
Liberal
ville en last Monday[ evening. funeral of Bishop Weed, in Jack- the Tampa Daily Times. to the ili'tnaii'l"f tlirm! crops for a
sonville last Dunham commissions, all or spare time. For i iI
Monday.Ir. dfftniTi' .iiiiipiini "I' V\ Itcr" nod wnrmtli/ I :
Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh and Mrs. Emily will spend two weeks on the East particulars, write Circulation Department I'lnnl l/.1 l la 'n "iimiiliiiy i-otMlilnrn. I c
wil Heave today for Talla- Coast before returning home. The Tampa Times, Tam- tlnii M,,1! MI ,,11.-I ru- i-iillv, l h ,ipiillvcjLy ,, The !
hassee Philips, where Mrs. Limbaugh will pa, Fla. 12-14-tf 111'I">' ii I t''. ,u IM ..,,1\! Stocking

visit her son, Homer B. Limbaugh, The patrons of the B. H. S. will be FOR SALE:-Good runner need pea-

and Mrs. Philips will be the guest of glad to hear that work will soon be nuts at 7 cents per pound. f'. M. Auto

her son, F. H. Philips. starte don the heating system. When White Son, Lake Park, Ga. Topics I .
this work is finished the pipes will 1184t. Bank IsUNSAFE

That the last cold did not injure ; conserve the heat so that all of the 47S Ti' ,

Florida vegetables, may be Judged school rooms will\ be comfortable on FOR SALE-Nursery! stock Missionary -
cold strawberry plants, $2.75 per
from the quantity that daily pass days.
Starke. Trains of 85; cars, almost all 1,000 f. o. b. Judsonia, Ark. J. H. VO ,7AI .

.I carrying fruit and vegetables, are The senior and junior B. Y. P. U. Moore, local agent, Lawtey, Fla.

common. This is only on the Sea- meet at 6:30: followed by the evening 1183t. UfSpQT'I i

board railway. The Coast Line and worship at 7:30. The pastor will begin 1 1IlarrllllLlfutY

East Coast railways can show the a series of sermons on "Three FOR SALE OR TRADE-A five 14. Almost every week you read in the papers where some
Things to Love." There will be months old pointer puppy, of good
same abundance.The panion sermons to the two series com-just stock, and has been taught to re A retarded spark and rich mix- one breaks into a home and steals money which has been

Oyster Supper given last Fri- completed, and which were so much trieve. Will trade for chickens. E. ture will heat the" exhaust manifold hidden away in jars, bureau drawers under the bed and
A. Tlppins, Telegraph office. "white hot. It may set fire other such places.
evening at the Woman's Club helped by those who heard them.
day to your car-first J igniting the
was quite a successful event in spite gasoline under the hood. You Ever)">r. Inclement weather. The Ladiesof Joe Wainwright, who ia employedby FOR SALE-Limited! quantity No. 1
of the the Club wish to express their appreciation the S. A. L. railway, spent the Florida Runner seed peanuts for may prevent the total loss of I had the money been placed in a strong wife bank, insteadof

to the Business Men of week-end with his parents, Mr. and prompt orders at $1.60 per bushel, your car by going over the car being hidden around the house. .

Starke for the splendid assistance Mrs. N. D. Wainwright. f. o. b. Williston. I. T. Fugate, buretor adjustments! regularly.There I ;

which they gave committee who were I Willi.ton, Fla. l-18-2t are other common DON'T HUN THE KISK.

In charge of the festivities. W. M. Parker, of New River, was causes of tire, some of whichcannot .
LADIES-Have hair combings
I in town Tuesday with a large your
quantity be easily detecttd
made into swlt<:he.. Per stem $2.54./ The safe way Is to deposit your money with us! and
The
his of
and family and country sausage. appetizing minor blaze In
Dolton Carter Webster i' and delicious odor Cut hair at $2.00 per stem. All Even a your pay it out by check. It Is both safe and convenient and
sister, Mrs. Jeff Johns, were in ( appearance ear or garage mean an o I l last week to be at the bedside cf of his product caused Immediate sale. hair not used returned. I do the lay of raid for repair It your cancelled check Is the best receipt in the world. On

their mother, Mrs. G. W. H. Carter, I{ work personally. Mrs. J. I. Howie, U win to insure ydi* ear the other hand if you do not need your money for immediate -

6 who was \ill. They returned home, I If. O. Brown member of the Re- i Starke. 1-2.t: against such 'luvs. J use, we will be glad to pay you interest on it. In this

I leaving the patient much improved. |I|: publican Bradford State county Central attended Committee a meeting for FOR SALE-Upright piano, Circas- Get Automobile Insurance here way it will be earning something for you as well as! being 1
i I oion walnut cast, Gabler make,
W. E. Knight, of funnel!, spent the I of the 'committee in Jacksonville Jan. practically new. Will sell at sacri covering fire theft collision liability I I sate ,

week-end in Starke with his brother, 22nd. The' committee called a state 1 I fice. For particulars enquire at and property damage.J. I 4 i I

Cot D. E. Knight. He is an old Bradford convention to convene in Palatka on Telegraph office. I

i boy and has many friends in the April 17th to elect delegates to the :, R. Davis & Co. Bradford County Bank
t county who were pleased to see him national convention to be held in Co-'I' FOR RENT-Rooms furnished or Unfurnished ,

i ; and to know that he has made good Iambus, Ohio, on June 10th, and to j:i suitable for light housekeeping Agency Established 188ft I I Ior

;' in his*present home. nominate candidates for state officers. l\hl. S. F. Hamrick. STARKE.. FLA. '



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BRADFORD COUNTT TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA FUIDAY JANUARY 25:>>, 1921.
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PAGE SIX
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i\ :, I HOW BEES LIVE AND MULTIPLYThe ADVICE TO FARMERS ON: SUlp.l CONFERENCE FOR ROAD BUILD-i )

*ttAize BradI I > GREEN CORN ERS AT GAINESVILLE ASPIRIN

: honey bee figures prominentlyin -

history and agriculture, Study of The development department of the The second road builders conference -

: i. ... it i is intensely interesting; working Seaboard Airline is interested in help- will be held by the general ex-

ford Farmers with ib! is strangely thrilling. It has I ing the farmers get their produce to tension division and the college of

" : been said that the closer man gets to I the markets in the best possible condition engineering of the'' University of Beware of Imitations!

bees, the nearer to Nature is: he. : Mr. Nix, the development Florida at Gainesville, February 13, I

-- But, true as this is, few are the agent, in writing to G. M. Inmun 14 and 15, 1921. Highway engineers

EXTRACTS FROM REPORTS OF t that is not too dry, and should be people who know enough about bees gives some very helpful advice in regard county commissioners and all inter y y8A ,

COUNTYGENTS kept free from drafts. Wrapping the and their habits and work to even to the shipping of green corn. I ested citizens are invited to attend

eggs tends to exclude fresh air and write a poi+'t card. The following The information Mr.' Nix gives is bas according to B. C. Riley director of I EF
ed upon the experiences of several the general extension division who
weaken the Washing removes brief
Columbia-We installed l an Incu- germs. statement by J. C. Goodwin, I
I bator with a capacity of 10,300 in the natural coating or "seal" and results apiary inspector of the State Plant large shippers and is of good valueto says: .

our county: this week. I' :In too rapid evaporation. Rough I'I Board of Florida, gives an insight in- the farmers of Bradford county as "Believing that much benefit maybe I

handling tends to break the air cell jto how bees live and multiply: large amounts of green corn are ship- derived by an exchange: of viewson

or dislodge the embryo germ. The I I ':A hive of bees consists, normally, ped from the county every spring.Mr. the highway question Dear J. R.

Jefferson-Satsuraa orange in this fresher the egg the quicker it will i'''of one which is the mother of Nix says that one of the large Benton of the college of engineering,

county were but slightly damaged by' hatch and the more rapid will be its the colony queen thousands of undeveloped shippers in the state who does most Prof. P. L. Reed head of the depart

\. i the recent freeze. Approximately growth, and the better its health.It females or, workers'and several hun- of his shipping by express packs his I. ment of civil engineering and other I
.
I fiOOO more of these trees will be set corn in the regular corn or egg plant
is interesting to know that hens dred drones. The workers under normal University officials have planned a j

I here this winter._ with red ear lobes lay brown eggs, conditions do not lay eggs. Their' crate which: runs 6 1-2 or 7 dozen I program for the 1924 conference for Unless you see tIle "Bayer Cross" on

ff1' and that hens with white ear lobes chief duties consist in gathering nectar ears to the crate. The ears are packed road builders which will interest ev- I package) or on tablets you are not get

I "'" Santa llosa-Delivered 1000 cooperatively : lay white eggs. Belonging to the I|!I building comb taking care of the cross-wise, alternating the large ery citizen in the state and will un- I j ting the genuine Bayer Aspirin proved

' : 1 ordered pecan tree. to the. first class are Wyandottes Rhode Is- and other work for and small ends of the ears. This doubtedly be attended by large numbers safe by millions and prenoribed by
I '" farmers. Two carloads. of fertilizer' !I young necessary gives-a good open pack allowing good physicians over twenty-three years for
1'1 -I' 'I : land Recta and Orpingtons. And to :I the welfare of the colony. With the of taxpayers as well as professional -j I
I ordered co-operatively this week : ventilation through the pack and thus CoMa Iloailnche
/ were the second class belong Leghorns, bee the community: is everything; and engineers and county commissioners Toothache Lumbago
i f l Club enrollment will be larger this Anconaa, Blue Andalusians and Mi- the individual nothing. preventing a great deal of heating of the state. Prof. P. L. Reedof Neuritis Rheumatism
1 than before according to which is common to corn The corn '
It'. year ever nor<:a8. the department of civil engineering Neuralgia Pain Pain
i, Y indications. "Swarming Is but the expression of should be gathered in the late after-
');1 > present I has been advised that the Florida Accept "Bayer Tablet of Aaplrin"
bees in their to increase and
\\'f ," ... I To Stop a Cough Quick attempt noon or early morning, packed and 'state road department finds the dates only. Each unbroken package contains
.-" keep up the race. The original queen shipped on the morning train. It is directions. boxes of
: proven Handy
Y ; Seminole-Onr 30 earn of celery .W set to be satisfactory and will helpin
HAYES' HEALING HONEY.
a with a large number of workers de important that the be packed twelve tablets cost few cents. Dnig'isti -
:
very corn: -
4 ,M't' rolled from Sanford during! the week cough medicine which stops the cough by part. They leave behind them In the every way possible to make the \M soil bottles of 21 and 100.
I"" ) fr be tiling the inflamed and Irritated tissues.A cool and shipped quickly.: conference a success. The United Is the trade mark
, ,, 1',' -moat of it is being/ inspected old hive the honey stores suchas Aspirin of Bayer
'' grade and pack and it is showing; up box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE except Another large producer who ship- States bureau of public roads has Manufacture of Monoaceticucidoeter of
'
j I SALVE for Chest Colds Head Colds and they carry with them to start the (
\ iulicylicaclJ.
:t. ped mostly in car lots and who promised to send its exhibitto
Ii well. This county will vend an exhibit Croup Is enclosed with bottle of ope- highway:
every home
I new some workers drones
,., I'', ,' to Madison Square Garden in HAYES HEALING HONEY. The salve brood and several cells. Some rated particularly along the West Gainesville, accompanied by a department -
.' New York. should be rubbed on the chest and throatof queen Coast of Florida says that the corn speaker. Other prominent general propaganda in the United
children: suffering from a Cold or Croup. strains swarm more than others and was shipped under full tank refrig- speakers well known to the state and States.
,' The"hoiltaa effect of the beekeepers should not tolerate
Hayoi Honey In-
, v : St. Johns-One new building has side the throat combined with the Healing healing elTact o i( excessive swarraers because they do eration, packed: in a car six crates nation will be present, and all engineers Edward W. Bok, of Philadelphia,
: is l.rove. O-Pan-Trata Salra through the pores ol across the car and five crates high, contractors officials and
I 7 fo been erected and everything being the akin woo atopa couilh. not gather the surplus they should. county who offered the $100,000 prize awarded -
" made ready for a big community fair Both remedies are packed In ODe carton and the One and stripped well between the crates. manufacturers of materials and of for the best peace proposal, and
strong colony will
gather
' at Hastings January 2324. I coot of the combined ttesuneotI.t5c.. more These spaces between the crates, equipment who expect to be presentor
t on Just ask your druggist for HAYES'HEALING surplus honey during a season than Miss Esther Everett Lape of Philadelphia 4
"
Ij 1 <,..' I Ii" HONEY.!; two weak ones" which would run about G inches: were send representatives should immediately one of the members in

Marion-Held three very important filled with ice which gives additional notify the department of charge of the plan, will be the first fJ

" { meetings with the state marketing CAN YOUR BOY OK GIRL WORK? tiacltual constipation cured refrigeration. It takes about 2500 civil engineering of the University of witnesses heard under a decision of

;. 5 commissioner aa speaker, on the I In 14 to :H Days'w'FOS pounds of ice to fill these spaces but Florida. The program will be an- the committee at its organization

Ir ?l' better and newer plans of marketing' -- WITH PEPSIN" la a speclauy under this system the W. E. Lee Co. nounced later." meeting late Thursday.

truck and citrus. I do not know when (By Spuds Johnson) prepared SyrupTonlc-Laxatfve fcrH.ibmia advised me they were successful in I
Besides the inquiry into the Bok
d Constipation. It relieves bui
promptly
: i' we have had meetings that were as More than few writers and putting corn into the eastern markets SEABOARD
a speakers should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 daysto TRAIN SCHEDULEIn peace plan, under sweeping authority
'r promising! of good to the shippers as have said that our most Import induce regular action. It Stimulates and They use a regular banana conferred upon it by the resolution,

i l; these were. ant crop is boys and girls, not hayor Regulates bottle. Very Pleasant to Talu 60c which frame in the bottom of their car, ( effect Nov. 11, 1923)) the committee probably will take up
per prevents water from the melt-
potatoes or cattle or oranges. In SouthboundNo. the question of propaganda regard-
lib Walton-We have organized a fact, those who have expressed them- ing ice from getting into the lower 1 reaches Starke at 12:16 a. m. ing the Mellon tax program, the sol

1 "Who's Who" corn dub here; 100 of selves seem unanimous on this score. crates: of corn. The most Important No. 3, 10:59: a. m. diers bonus, the league of nations and

.l our best farmers compose its mem- However, not all of us are takingas I EtiQuette factors in shipping corn are good No. 21, Cedar Key, 5:00 p. m. other subjects pending before con-

bership. They will try to raise 100 good care of our human crops as ventilation and additional refrigeration NorthboundNo.No. 15, Limited, 1:16: p. m. gress. The order of procedure will

bushels to the acre, being directed by we are of our animals and field garden In car lot movements vents in a 2 reaches- Starke 4:15: a. m. be determined later, the only decision
the county and Im- car packed in this manner are closed -
agent following and orchard crops. Just the oth- t0 t a No. 4, 4:26: p. m. today being for investigation of the

; proved method of fertilizing and cul- er day I was visiting in a near-by No. 20, Cedar Key, 8:50: a. m. Bok plan, which was proposed by

l r tivating. Helped one farmer plan a town and met a young fellow whose Another shipper who had unusual No. 16, Limited, 5:57 p. m. Senator Reed.

50 acre fruit farm this week; it will folks were old friends of mine. Kiodnt dances ftrtoHiU nfliii ampotHtt success shipping green corn the past Wannee Branch-
of EnqvtlU or Hiort afatr Under the resolution the committeeis
be planted to satsumas, June blueberries Ills name is Jerry and he said to may omit Mai A. Ltd*. cart of IM season says: No. 101 leaves Starke 7:45 a. m.
imtfaftr, tntloanf self adttrttutand 0# No. 104 arrives Starke 3:15 authorized and directed Immedi-
f d sand pears and grapes Me, "I'm hunting a job, but every- ttamftd tnvtlop The corn was clipped at both ends T. J. GRIFFIN: p. m. ately to Investigate and report to the

body I go to ask me what I can do. of the chuck big hand knives being there
senate whether is organized -
i Agent. any
Dear A. Leda
a ( Wakulla-Quite a few farmers are And I have t otell them I've never used to accomplish this. The butts
In fashionable fa it effort being made to control public
(1 )- society
till coming in and the tobacco acreage done anything. They have no fur- are clipped just enough to get after
; s necessary for a groom to give a BOK PEACE PLAN PROBE WILL opinion and the action of congress on
l will exceed expectation Still ther interest in me. And I'm againstIt. batchelor dinner before his wedding the corn but not enough for the BE MADE BY SENATE legislative matters through propaganda -

f kept busy treating hogs against the Father Is dead and I must take day ((2))-If so, how long shuck to fall off. The tips are also the of by advertising
or by use -
x cholera; Smith Creek farmers had care of mother. Can't you help me before? ((3))-Where should the clipped. According: to Mr. Jennings, money
To Determine If is or by the control of publicity -
dianer be held (4))-And are Attempt Thing
342 of theirs treated in one day last "
;. out? 90 per cent of green corn lost in ship- '
souvenirs given ((6))-Also, who Made to Control Public .
Opinion
l' I weak. There you are. A big strapping sits at the host's right ping is ruined before it reaches the

handsome, well-brought up young t K. M. car. Do not give it time to heat.

,. Okaloosa-Busy this week laying man of the modern age. And he can't (1))-No. This is a habitual but Green corn should not lay over before Washington Jan. 17Investigationof Piles Cu.eo in O to 14 Days

''I }I. off terraces, farmers being interested do anything in the bread-earning lina not necessary feast. ((2)-It) is loading. The car: should be cold be- the Bok peace plan will be begun nni>IJII.a l rrf>'nd money If PAZO O1TTMENT!: falk

'1 in topping the washing away of the Who is to blame You are quickto given from one to two weeks preceding fore loading is begun. The crates next Monday by a special committeeof icuicl.uil.il.t..rtntiv .. ''" "Nrb4 a l 1'trrlia'orPrntrudiegPuca'. I P.6 i '. find you can) C
the wedding. (3)Eitherat ) .' '1'1) Price
the senate I' W.
land. appointed Thursday under -
r f' say his parents of course. But his club at home, or in the private used were 1 bushel packages, contain-
resolution of Senator Reed of
,1 what about you own children Are dining room of a hotel. (4) ing 4 dozen ears to the package, and a ,
} Duval-The recent cold snap did you bringing them up so that when -The .souvenirs which are to hegiveaothe"ushers packed three deep in the car, 2 lay Missouri, proposing an Inquiry into Farming is the noblest profession.

I little if any damage to sataumaa in the occasion demands any of them are tied up in ers long way across the car, mini-
boxes with white ribbon and
\ put on
1 ft. thin county. can walk out into the world and com- or beside the individual plates. mum car holds 350 crates. Crates be-

I mand the attention and considerationof (5)-The) best man should sit at ing placed cross way and not on ends.

Taylor-Our farmers got together bankers, merchants, mill men, the host's right side. One usually Ventilation moving from end to end

)" Saturday and organized a county un- farm operators, etc.? takes this opportunity also to give of the car. Banana crates were usedin Q
ion of truckers will Irish the neckties the ushers. are to wear.
they plant
; Ar' are you bringing up Jerrles'lDo They likewise should be done up the car to prevent water from ice

potatoes and cucumbers as a money you want you boy to have to walk with a narrow band of wh.te; rib- from getting into lower crates of

crop this spring. the streets and highways realizing bon around them. When it Is to corn.

that nobody is willing to trust hian be a large wedding and ,guests ara t
to be invited with whom all tho
No Worms In a healthy CiiilU hire because
or him
simply he waan'ttrained
ushers are not acquainted it is a IJie Quinine :-ai Dot (not Affect !'" 11,, '1
All children. which Uoublnl Inilluitea with Warm blood have and nn.uniWnllhyculur. > to do some kind of work and great help to the ushers to have a JeraiiM nf Its tonic and laxotive elTivt.. i , a
there lees tumarh poor disturbance., do it well list of the guests' nnmrs. Then at riVK ilROMO QUININE: (Tab ell) can .b.. tukiny t .
rule la more or
> anyone without caunlnit
tROVEsTASCLLESSCHILL.; IONIC gives rciju- Protecting the health and minds of a glance he can tell which side of ID the head.: gW.GKOVe S oervauen.eeorrineiag aUuaiurann& b"*. ;Jl(l*
lardy fjr two or three weeks tvtt enrich ti 1>!100<1.jmpm.hocll 1. the church (bride or groom's) the
,".lon,aart art a..a geerraSrrrnnh-: our young folks is: imperative, bat guest is to be seated.
k ruing Tnnk'tothe whole tyltrni. Nnlurn-:': ':>u wthout knowing how to work they
.
r throw nfT>'r dispel.. t the '..rmlon fh.iCsl>J*'I 11 I M.nlWirh..h..I'h.
will not be able to realize_ the___ mOlt_
A. Leda-
Flnum. to-Jinrhi) .U. .n Dear Widow to Graduate: l
from healthy bodies and intelligent Will you please. tell me what the -

LIKE BEGETS LIKE; HOW minds Do not be so good to your fifteenth wedding anniversary is? Again at 4ft j-.Q.r d
children that you actually harm them Maybe you would give a list of j
TO GET BEST KESULTS IN the various ones and greatly
-that you fail to teach them how to oblige I
THE CIIICKEN KINGDOM
work, the one thing God meant that :Station I.. < .'
j
we nil should do. Indeed, I'll be glad to, Marion. .. 'tr1'1' ji
Blood will tell. A baby chicken The order of the wedding anniversaries .font Gamble i
I
be counted to the are as follows: First year,
IT
on possess DRIVES OUT

i chaructersitlcs may of its parents. The Tho Burnt sign elf worms WORMS in children ia. Twelfth paper; ,Fifth leather, wooden; Fifteenth; Tenth, ,crystal tin.; '.':';;" ; wifhVeetab1 e d ales j

;t eggs the pullet lays will be like the paleness, luck of interest in !play, fretfulness ; Twentieth, china; Twenty-fifth, I :

one from which it Will hatched generally ,and vnriitblo appetite>, picking at the silver; Thirtieth ivory; Fortieth, _.'... fi& 1a 1
nose million
starting/ slurp' When woolen Forty-fifth silk and Fiftieth '
; -
I speaking. Thus, it pays to I these symptoms appear it is time to give; diamond. Today e Every step you take In producing a crop is based on tried
raise chickens true to type and breed, I White Cream Vermifuge. few dues anniversaries are seldom notice and proven. methods. You can't afford to take chances thert. i 1 .1
1 not to cross and mix, for eggs from I drives out tho worms and puts the little until after the first t
quarter century -
;i j, one on the road to health, again.! White's But when It comes to marketing the crop how many
l such chickens on the market brings Cream Vermifuge has n record of fifty of married life. --...4'"i growers, strangely enough, discard certainty and begin to
less because of the variations in size, years of suece&iful U8O. PriccSSo. tool J by t I gamble with unseen forces! ,
.
I. I iHELFFUlHEALTHHINTSlEarache!!
I color and shape All Drug Stores Our plan of selling eliminates the element of chance. f

A uniform product always brings -Apply clothes wrung
a better price than a non-uniform out In hot water to the ear or' "c'lIrleat y.fiT Through us, your shipment is offered to scores of waiting )
He who has not at some time fol- buyers, not to a few casual buyers. It is not held on sidings
of Give hot drinks.
product. Therefore resolve this year pain. Mrs.' A. n. )lcI">nnltl. of 1 Kvan; :* for this or that trumped-up reason or reconsigned to several :
to buy a few settings of purebred lowed the plough has missed one of Moisten a little cotton with extract Ion III., widow 4S. und mother Of other points, entailing heavy demurrage charges and deter! 1

eggs, feed the chicks right and grad- the great experiences of life.-O... of witch hazel and put in the ear. Tour grown clilMren. will trmltmUIhln oration. As soon as your shipment comes to hand, it I Is sold

ually sell off the mongrels. The improvement Matthew Adams. oprlni' from ort wesrerll 1'nlr promptly to the highest bidder in a market where top price* '
at Chicago.: Two of her children! prevail. '
( r i <<:. in the quality of the prod- I NOTIIr.iO have tinNlm! college and) two ore '1
LIKE IT o.v EABTII
Hy of me product therefrom will cre- Make your lemon rinds. do deukle tmleutSln; > ;iailimeil( al Olvillu.Ohio. Our check (or full amount leas our small commission is
The new treatment for tom flesh! cuts In 1M>?. .- forwarded to you within twenty-four hours after sale. You
ate In the owner a greater interest in duty. Keep one or two near the sink Wounds sores or lacerations that ii doing can tell just what we received for goods by consulting the

hIs or her poultry work, at the same anti when your hands are stained rub such wonderful work in flesh healing( IK columns of the New York Daily Fruit Reporter
time insuring added profits. them the Borozoua liquid and powder combination I,
with
the rind. Moat stains will
treatment. The liquid Uoroaone U. Cut out the "chance", the"gamble" and place your Selling
The same principle applies to eggs come right off a powerful antiseptic that purifies the A TUNIC Machinery on the same safe sound profitable basis as other b

for hatching. Eggs for this purpose I wound of all poisons and infectious germs Irove'S Tasteless chill Tonic: restores branches of your business. 1.

should be large because large eggs One of the reason for the sordidin while the Boroione powder is the great Energy and Vitality by Purifying and "More Dollars for Fruit Growers" is the title of a booklet J"
produce large chicks. However, ob- healer. There is nothing like it on earth Enriching the Blood. When you feel its that will interest you. May we !send you a copy/
so many lives is that they have for speed safety and efficiency. Price ,
normally large eggs" should not be, never smelled the warm fragrance of liquid) Sdoflband 11.20. Powder SOo( strengthening mvbjoratlntf effect, see howIt
used, for as a rule they are freaks brings color to the cheeks and howIt
dirt fresh from the turn of the plow.]
the result of a disordered oviduct or AU Drag Store improves the appetite, you viU then
The nearer we get to earth-our original 7heF/lIIf.tLllfdionfD.
other physical disorder in the hen I I I appreciate Its hUe tonic value.

according to II. B. Lanson extension j mother-the nearer we get to Let's pay as we go this year. Move's Tasteless chill Tonic is simply .
God who is the Father of all. Go.
Iron and
poultryman of the Florida college of Quinine suspended In syrup. So
agriculture. i Matthew Adams. When the stockman comes to realize pleasant even children like It. The blood 202-208 Franklin Street, New York City

Seven days is about as long a* eggs / that fire is his enemy rather than needs QUININE' to Purify It and IRON to For. thaeontranlcnc: Florida; ; ahlpptra, New York Auction Market n.I

'i for hatching can be kept with safety. Thrips on roses may be controlled his friend there will be less burning Grip Enrich: germs it. Destroys by Its Strengthening.Malarial germs am' information mar be obtained at tha otBc* 01 C. W. ,..- ., Orlando. )

,' They should be kept in a cool place by spraying with tobacco extract of the woods. ;hung& Effect aoc. Invtgw I .. :s ,

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HOME I QSCARc'cMEs PROM UHC1.8 51"4 KNOW WWirTHtft nTO \ 'vIAttYWW .... WANT / <:oPL4.M pot t I lxPtAlTI KINPLV LET WIM KNOW If YOU'RE. :

AND ... WARM N4 Qo1N' VKtr NtMARwllt A T./,ip& HEeex\\MHV. IN MHi LerrSRRIQreT COMlh1Lj i"T MILL AV/SMlM PIPING

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PETITION FOR ELECTIONw. I Tho Lawtey basket ball team wentto Baxter was a visitor to Ala-

.. the undersigned. taxpayers of Long NEWS ITEMS OF BUSY LAWTEYMrs. Melrose Friday for a game with chua Monday. NEW VIM I

Bridge Sub School District No.4. will p.... I the high school team. The score Wall Mrs. Ed Plnholstvr of Jacksonville, '

sent Itructlon our petition of Bradford to the county hoard of Florida Pnblla Itspecial In.a -- I 8-8. The Melrose team is booked for la spending this week, hero at lie bedi I I THIN

Feb. 11,meeting at 10 o'clock. a. m., Monday.. :: Henry Register, of J. W. Andrews, Sr., of Starke, was a return game on the Lawtey court i I side of her mother, Mrs. E M. Abbott ,
1021 In nsk for an "lf mine whether or nut Long Bridge Sub School vii It', spent a few days here in town Monday on business. ,i Friday, l.'vb. 1st. The court was wet enjoy >

"I District River Sub No.School I shall District! conaoliilut No. 13 with, to alertthree Now of the week with her parents, Mr I I! at Melrose, which made the game difficult :Mr. and !Mrs. O. A. Pinhol tc'r'Mlss TO \liftvet' sham I !

truaU_ and determine the millRK to and Miss[ Clarke of Wateroak, for both !
Mrs. W. F. Godwin. Dora. teams.
Clove Kincaid and Levin Pratt of'
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be .
aasi-uecl HKnlnct tho cnn nlld.t d district. diui alias I
B. .. ItlSNFROE, visited relatives hero Monday.W. Jacksonville, spent Sunday here at blond.,! Megan I' '

C.M. M II MOODY.PHILLIPS. I Mrs.\ T. J. Terry U spending this Robert Dinkins spent the weekendin the home of Mr. and Mr*. I.V.. Pln- Gudc'n ",'pto.. f
J. E. ADKIN3.M. E. Torodo was transactng bus Tampa. holster. you wotidui ; I
L. JOHNS. week with relatives in Jacksonville gillL'9, in both
I iness Jacksonville Tuesday l
H. PAUNBLL.B in
J. SAPP. Mrs. G. W. Andrews and daughter' Free Trial ? ;;': : \: '
KCMN i Mrs. M. A. Mcl'haul, of Red Spring / ,
TURNER. Irma, of No River spent Sunday ut
O. W. SAPP. I Cleveland, Ohio, stopped over for a Mrs. M. E. Patterson visitorto Mrs. Sallie Den value of Gtuli-'ri I'*'i>
I was a N. C., and daughter, fur T.t.l,' \' I
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E. .1. SXPP. the homo of Dir and Mrs C. Co no. vtmrmm
few hours Monday enroute to St. Petersburg and nieceof no iiiom-y 'cot, t ,
N. O. MOODY I Jacksonville Thursday.Mrs. nett, of Clio, S. C.,, aister '.
motored Graham
Royce Gainey to M. J. ItriiUnhiuU \ : :
S.W. P.F YARBOROUGH.YARBOROUOH. to greet their many friends W. II. Biggs, and Mrs. T. S. Gil- Sunday.

W. T. TURNER. I here. 'While here they were guestsof J. W. Byrd spent Saturday and christ and four sons, of Brinson, Ga.,
P. 11. CREWS: 10. M Hazen T. C. Hnzen and,) U. A.
O. n. MOODY. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McLeod.I Sunday with relatives in Maxville. are guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. ,
H. I.. JOHNS. I Weeks were fishing on lik.Citnusa '
R. F. MEHttlTT. W. It. Biggs. pepto-
1-11-at-2.6 1; and Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., Dr. E. L. Diggs of Starke, wall a last week

PETITION FOR ELECTIONWe of Starke, visited friends hero Mon- I professional visitor to Lawtey last CHILDREN'S COUGHS Misses !Mans and Leila, !plan\ An- Tonic and

[ day. Thursday drews, Jewel Connoly and Luoilollarrell -
.' b.lcat.1: I
the undunlvncd taxpayer* of New Children's tliiuau i' u
River. Sub School District No. 12. will p... I B'-U'utUp. 'In piny, at .r ru'T or workthey Messrs. Floyd Wiggins and
lent our petition to the board of Public In. Mrs.\ J. II. Moore Mrs. W. II. Ed- I /err rxpimpii! to <'lulling" ilrnftH, Chester Andrews motored to Worthington
tructlon of Bradford county, Florida at a II David and Ed Durban are spendinga their liulu liuli">H lire orrrbrdr.Lfremexercise -
special Feb. 11,meeting 1924 to at ask 10 for o'clock an .election a. m., to Monday.determine wards and David Moore were visitors few days this week in Williston.W. they cool off ton rjiuclt and\ ,n Sunday. i, Widow
whether. or not New River. Sub School ito Jacksonville Friday and Saturday. cold l sets In. Thi', minute, your chilleumn Miss, Iva Coition gave party at
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District No. 12 hall consolidate" with Long I i cm. i C to run" t art* a liitttlo, of
Bridge Sub School DUtrlct No.4. to elect C. Wooten represented the F. TxHumrdiN Conidi Syrup ( frecnoU-d the home of her mother Mrs. F. L. I
three trustees. and determine the mlllafre to I! Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Blackburn moved & A. M. lodge at he grand lodge I It is goad! fur clnlilri'ii'H dc'Ilciitn< Colson, in honor of Misses Gla.YHCrews !
be aueMied the .
arrnmnt cnnnnidated! district.Q. thrnnts, tects the lung rapes th,' I
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.. W. ANDREWS.C. II to Lawtey last week from Baker meeting In Jacksonville last week. phlegm, pus, Riven quick rolli-f.\ A and Winnie Cason. Dancingand
O. WIGGINS. .
EUGENE BRYAN. county. They were former residents ImrniloHH, ante, ,ploamint rennuly' f..icoiiRlm music wero enjoyed until n lato
W. M. PARKER. here and their friends here gladly rntilrf\ grippe' croup, whooping A R.I
Cox of visited with
Mr. Highland, hour. those
D. W. KEILEY.: cough anil bronchitis-that I Ii hi-ulliiK, Among present were i I
H. E. STOKES. welcome them back. friends here Saturday. end Hoothlutc.. I''in for uUult to... MUses Pearl and Gracy Green, Ruby

L.. A.W. ANDREWS JOHNS.F. I'or eels nt your druggist Green, Cantey Oliver, Irma Andrew; 'i, I wt'I

J.W. L.M.JOHNS.ROnGES. Dr. G. W. Brown was a professional Paul Canova of Starke, was trans. BROOK ER Virginia Colson, Creasy Hodge, Mes

ALLEN PORTER. !I visitor to Highland Monday after- acting busines sin Lawtey Tuesday srs. Chester and Reddish Andrews,
J. P. LINDSEY. -
l-ll-Bt-2-8 noon. afternoon. Ray Andrew, Livingston and Wilson I
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Brooker, Jan. 25.-W. M. Moody
I Russ, Orville Ward!, Casey and Car- I'
MASTER'S SALE I. Fred Moore was transacting busi- Rev. II. G. Eaton, of Jacksonville, and daughter, Miss Jewel, of La- rol) Atkinson, Elmer Cason, Crystal |

Notice U hereby. .Riven that under and by ness in Lakeland last week. filled his regular appointment at the Crosse, were visitors here Tuesday and Norman Wiggins and others .
virtue of that certain final decree of foreclosure evening.
made and rendered on December 12, Baptist church Sunday.S. :
A. D. 1923. by Hon. A. V. Long Judge of the C. F. Barber, of Macclenny, was Misses Winnie Cason and Gladys I
Eighth Judicial circuit In and for Bradford 1
visitors Wilt WOHKI.NU 1'KOPI.K
county Florida, In that certain cause wherein transacting! businca liin Lawtey Mon- Sapp, of Jacksonville, spent the Crews of New River, were ,
Julia Knight U complainant, and Tony here Saturday. I Tim cost of workers n''t out of sorts.
Felix and Edna Felix hi* wife are defendants day. week-end with his family. Worthington when tho liver fails to act. TIP, v fi.e-l l.1hRIr llanKiiid
the undersigned will offer for sale and Eldon Baxter motored to
will sell to the highest and best bidder for ick, "blun" and diaxwrngedand I \_..-__
cash in front of the courthouse In Starke. ''1 Mrs. W. E. Torode visited relativesin George White, of Starke, state Tuenday.Titt I think they nro getting liuy.' Ni'KUi't; I Mm A It l
Bradford county Florida on Monday the 4th of Jacksonville spent of im'iclit result, In nick
Baxter, tht''lIympt.omlll n
Jacksonville\ Sunday. bank examiner has been transacting list 111., willow,
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day of February A. D. 1924. during the legal I
tlirrcforo the sensible M,
ttuka
hours of sale for the purpose of satisfying I business here for the past week. Monday here with his parents, Mr. Npitll, ( course <> linn grown <- | |
n low) or two of licrhinn. It in jest
said final decree, the following described real ( thin Hprlnu from
estate lying and being in Bradford county J. II. Moore, J. S. Norman and A. and Mrs. J. D. Baxter. i tho mndu-ino lut'dod! to purify thin xysU'tTi I st
Chicago
Florida, to-wit: Shep Dukes, of Dukes, wall a visitor and roatorn tlm vim nnd ambition of
M. Blanchard were transacting business J. T. Moore is transacting business I
Lot One ( ((2) :| pure Iinlelled I
: lonlnolllh'kNJ\ ;: Q"u Jrri I hi'iilth. iTiuu iOu. Hold. by
Johns in Starke Wednesday. i in Lakeland this week. here Wednesday Htinleiii. She $
Northeant Quarter of Section 33. Township 6 I i I Mrs. J. D. Baxter and son, Harvey All Drug Stores Ohio. In 1807,
South Range 22 East containing one acre, .. .
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Special A. Master S. CREWS.in Chancery.D. ville this week. The eye specialist. Dr. K. W. Fru-

E. KNIGHT, Floyd Wiggins and Chester An- gee, will l 1'8 at Dr. l'urks' olllce on The wise
Solicitor for Complainant. l-4-St-2-l
-- -- dreu of New River, were visitors here Friday and Saturday! Feb. let und'SS.:! I soil and l4uud

NOTICE. UNDER OF APPLICATION SECTION bra FOR OF TAX THE DEED %u Needirt f !f;;! 7' Sunday. Hnvi" your cjes attended) to. I the consumer.Slarttr .


GENERAL STATUTES '. lUhit IId ley ;..a5 ,
Notice is hereby given that Austin P.ul.p..rch..r lit $ !
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of certillcato r I -
tax No. HI] dated the --- --- -- -- -
1th day of July. A. D. 1010. has flied snid. e
certificate In my office and hoa made application I .
for tax deed to 'Issue In accordance Down in Comfort Texas they soy, "God made Um armadillo, I
with .law. Sold certificate embraces the following but Cburll'spelt., our richest townsman, found out What the armudillu l
dtfffcrlhed property situated In Bradford -
county, Florida to-wt! : was good for," When he found that out lie nmdo million dolltir
Southeast Quarter of Northwest Quarter of
of Southwest Quarter Section 25 Tp. 6 S.. With the few dollar he hind left after eleven failur i. Api-lt F.O.B..
R. 22 East ten ........ bought a tiny farm and settled down to support' hU alckl) family by $ _
The said land being anaesded at the date of DETROIT
the Issuance of such certificate In the name of tilling the 8011.: 2'r1
A Paul.
Unless said certificate shall be redeemed according One day an be SIlt, lixcouruKPd! he Haw a nmnll! animal running
to law tax deed will issue thereon past. He threw a utono ut It, but the" m imul's. tough iirtnor-i'late lilMo
on the 18th day of February A. D. 1924. was an effective clcOnnc. Apt-It threw a?l\ln. ulttlnst the aalmiil
WltmiiH official signature and Heal this
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,. the 14th day my of January. A. D. 1421.O squarely! in tho lii'iul nod klllluvr. More MH Hourenlr.. Apt-It( skinned ,, ;, :m r''H' i-r.
W. ALDERMAN lil.s Htrmiuo, tied lie tried to lint ten tbu .skin but found Ibis kind or ? IIII IIIIIiIIiIII UI I VIII Ipdpulliq'I' ;ill; la
l-lS-IH-Z.lo I Scut tliadford Clerk Circuit County.Court.Florida. hlth l > wiiiildii't< flatten HO ho threw It away A day or: two later hi) IIII .
t noticed that tho suit Lad curled up the armadillo ccmt Into a half
oval shape and given it n pollult like mirror.. Tlu-u hu had a vision,
I of an artistic gllk-Ilncd basket formed out of this, Hlicll. That day
there win burn a new IniliiMtry.
The armnillllo. UH you may know is a mammal about three feet
long. It IM hnrmli'fn .. nnlmnl that lives on roots and worm, and lit
meat IH. sonietlnicH entt-ti.'
Frequent
Tapering the shell into a beautiful design and having. It Mllft- I ,. ,
lined ty Mrs. Apt-It, he, took his odd, find tn a curio shop, where It
was eagerly bought Then he started a basket btiMliims. Today he>
Headaches"I employs. too men and as many dogH--Just any sort of ,n ilutf-anil, they"
are kept busy In the mountains routing out armadlllort, which ara

plentiful.The .
1 suffered with chronic demand for armadillo, baskets baa extended all over the war I.,. r I
tonitipaUon that would bring ort In some of the shims on Firth Avenue, New: York, an Apelt made
I -4 very severe headaches." wyf armadillo basket nell for '::00.
. \ Mrs. Stephen H. Kincer, of On bin great estate In Texas the man who failed t a wore of limes .
: Is the 1 of mansion thiit I. the sbow glare, of lall.lut.
R. P. D. I I. Cripple Creek Va. pri-iiil.<..I inMHefimir today a
"1 tried different medicines and bin dt.v wasn't Just luck," tie sajrg "I saw uiy opportiuilty, --- -' -
t' did not get relief. The headache and stni I and Demountable Rlmt 05.0O Extra
t L *became very frequent. 1

y u heard J Why You Should Order


l ofThedford's' _. bJ j I Your Ford Car Now


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BLACK. DRAUGHT I 123,607Actual more active, there will be a greater
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mail dmllvrrltf demand for Ford Cars this spring

cja I =:a",nu, --/4; :/ : than ever before. !;
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and took It for a headache, and I Journey through life embittered bya.ffre 0Jt Therefore the only way you can

the relief was very quick, and K I strife and burdened with woes Titanic, .". [ be lure of obtaining delivery this
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another headache. Now I Just I while the man among men that gobbles ZJ P coming spring or summer i*

keep the Ulac'c-Draught' and X the yen -the Automobile Mechanic. S -, 0 to place your order immediately.

don't let "myself get in that I I might have had gold and jewels i if youo nor adsh tn pay cajti for
t condition. untold and revelled in robes Sultanlc your earw+ can arrange for small
Thed ford's Dlac Ic Drau gM payment dawn on
if I had the sense of that wisest of gents I / the balance Or.n'b: on
,. (purely n;efe-hie; ) has been S ,,,. lord W.../,. Purctialt flan.
found to relieve constipation 8 8SI I -the Automobile Mechanic! (
and by stimulating action of He accumulates power in cash by the Q I :c- See the Nearest Authorized
.: the liver, Yo hee it...torpid, helps hour and gives his commands tyrannic.
to drive poisons out of -- Ford Dealer
many
He renders his bill with immaculate skill, I
Biliousness
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indigestion. addche, and doea the Automobile Mechanic. I do
similar trout: ,:s are often without hash just to hand him my cash I ar Af JrcA7mtaWlL

relieved: In this way. It Is the and return to my dreams Satanic till .:::;-'
natural 'Re! natural I Try f3 .
way. Detroit Michigan
Black-Draught. my boat springs a leak, then I reverently .

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JANUARY 18
1921. FRIDAY
_, JANUARY 25, I92J. 1

5 ; \ ing this interesting meeting were \ fry- '

I Delegation of Farmers at the White House Mesdames S. S. Cowling, W. E. Mid- I
dleton, A. W. Anderson, T. J. Howzo,
I H. M. Snyder, G. C. Sweat, J. F. Col- .

'Ij j,' ley, Grace Ford, Emily Philip, C. L. Civilizizaitoa r
Justice i. the Goal of
Ti Peek, J. II. Ritch, A. Z. Adklns E. I

K. Perrjman and O. L. Haynes. ,
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The February meeting will be heldat
.,, I I Middleton.the home of Dr. and Mrs. W. E. I Do Not Upset the Apple Cart I

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1, J Polities will soon be sizzling. Already the preconventionforces

I i MEETINGS OF CIRCLE ONE AND /are beginning to form their lines. Then will come the

i TWO fight for choiefe within the parties when with the singe all set

and limelight turned on, the candidates? will be ready to wage
!; Circle one of the Woman's Missionary
Union of the Baptist church their war for supremacy at the polls. '.

I met Monday afternoon at the home We have our political convictions. Presumably most of our

; OA L of Mrs. Ada Sauers. on Sanderson leaders have theirs.' Some may agree with us' others may not.

f': A deification of farmer from states in the northwest in Washington to appear befot4LCollcr.> and street. Party contest and difference in opinion is the pulse of Americanlife
urge a new Firm Loan Bill, also called on President Coolidge, and wu r .lvM .t the WhlUs. Arrow After devotional exercises the business and achievement. How bitter the coming fight is to be no
indicate the Prendent.H received attention. Arrangements .
;r' were made to meet next weekat man can foretell. Issues, always/ greater than men, are more

the home of Mrs. F. A. Scott and or less clouded at present. As they unfold themselves in the

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i made cake were nerved. i the orphans' home at Arcadia. When in thought. Whatever these differences may be, both

'H IfJ.; j Blink's Saturday Night Letterft I entertainment A nice sum, and was the realized money by will this be the roll with was a called missionary each member news item answered ever, whatever be the heat of political debate, let us not forget

which proved that when the die is cast the American nation is destined for
-- used to purchase new hymn books tot very interesting.The .
r'' I thu church. hostess served hot chocolateand another step forward, that art will improve, that literature will
I 'r'I 1 Starke, Fla., Jan. 19th. hInd the counter that he wanted to I
I home made cake. refined that will be
l' Dear Bub: eke his paper. The feller sod he had lie more commerce 'greater, that inventionwill

.. r, ,. I got your letter all right. You jest not red it yet hisself and .Fa couldn't j I YOUNG LADIES ENTERTAINEDAT :" The next meeting of the circle will be more ingenious; in brief, that no political victory can stop

( j 1 --Eell I'lupy an Dutch they kin talk all'j have it. Pa sed he didnt want hisn KEYSTONE INN:" derman.be held at the home of Mrs. G. W. Al the progress of the greatest nation in the world.

;," I they want to, dont care an haint but wanted a telegraph for hisaelf. With such belief in the hearts of the people 'we view with
: I ', afrade of em an besides enybody kin The feller looked in a little box and Several of the young ladies of Key- Circle two met Monday afternoon calm the nearing party disturbances. It is only when such
at he home of
'j: if. talk whe nthe feller they is talking sed he didnt have none for Pa. Pa stone Heights were entertained by The Mrs. A. M. Darby. belief is lacking, and thoughtlessly so, that business suffer

?' about halnt aroun. You tell Plupy 'Bed he knew he didnt but he wantedto Mrs. J. J. Bergen, hostess of Keystone for the following officers were elected because of "the unsettled conditions due to politics. Whetherwe

'" to jest remember the time I throwed get one. The feller sed he couldnt Inn, at the hotel Tuesday eve? year: be Republicans, 'Democrats, Independents or what not, let
Chairman
.' tfJ1, him down and he wayed mor'n I did. give him one unless somebody sent it ling, January 15th. The girls enjoyed I and mission study leader us remember we are all stockholders in the great corporation of
Mrs. J. J.
v When he remembers that he wont. then Pa sed he wanted him to send it a pleasant evening playing cards I. Bullen. America, and that, like all other corporations, this one in whichwe
S I i.. talk so big. lies scared of me and to him. I guess the feller thoughtpa and dancing. Refreshments were Co-chairman, Mrs. A. M. Darby. are most interested will respond to public confidence and to

he knows it, but hea jest talkin cause was trying to get cute, cause he served in the big dining room of the Secretary, Mrs. W. J. Epperson. optimistic conviction. We need no "unsettled conditions" In

'I; I haint there. sed he was a busy man and didnt hotel. Treasurer, Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. this country and we are foolish if we bring them about by a

Me and Pa went to( town the other have no time for any foolishness. Pa. Those present were Mrs. Mack, as- Among other business plans were :false mental attitude or loose talk. The business structure la

,.', a 1 I day an everybody seemed to know ua sed he wasnt any man of foolishness ; sistant hostess, Mrs. Peacock, Mrs. made future.to entertain circle one in the all set for a great and a sound prosperity, and if we are wise
near
t and ,was very friendly. I guess it either but this was a funny place John Walters, !Mrs.\ Paul Walters, we will not thoughtlessly upset the apple cart.

.t made Pa feel good cause he was snvil- when a feller couldnt ever subscribe Miss Gertrude Homer, Miss Helen Fight as hard as you will for your convictions, but always

t, in at every body and walkin round for a newspaper when he wanted to. Lawrence, Miss Margaret Heiberger, SURKENCY-RIVERS with the fixed knowledge that America will continue t9( prosperno

.r f"", with his bed held up strait. we was The feller then kinder laughed and Miss Marion Carr, Miss Shirley Mack matter which way the cat jumps.
Mr. Earl
I welkin Past the postofllce and a lady told Pa he was in the right peu but the Misses Leda and Elizabeth Surrency and Miss Leta
i I was oouiin toward us an she was the wrong church and for him to go I Coughey, Misses Arnetta and Helen Rimes, both of Plant City, were married New Jersey presents the spectacle of two Judges engaging In a

i emilin are! I "guess Pa thot everybody up town to the printin office. Ogden. in Tampa last Saturday after them-elves

I (' knowed him so he smiled to an spoke We went back, up town and found noon.Mr.. to try them. Obviously they cannot try each other and to have them
a to her.' She looked like she would the printin office and Pa told the fel MRS. KILLIAN AND:" MISS Surrency Is the son of Mr. and try themselves would only offer a plot for another Gilbert and Sullivancomic

I look( a.:hole through Pa an passed ler in there that he wanted to sub- LER ENTERTAIN AT WEI.// Mrs. L. F. Surrency, and was former operu. Jersey does not supply many national laughs! but. when
I ly a resident of this she does they are worth while.
1 county. and his
right on. Pa turned red an got fuss scribe for the paper for six months. 1 .
: ed, cause she wasnt smilin at Fa bull He asked pa if he liked to save mon- Mrs. J. W. Killian and Miss Mabel bride comes from one of Hillubor 'I't1I'r you agree or not. Coolidge puts bU finger on farts and
I, t' at a feller behind us. ey and Pa sod yes he did that no body J Weller entertained at rook Friday afternoon ough county's most prominent famil lets the verlihiite' Bliilo. The difference bet wen the league of Nationsand
ies. They are at home to World l Court ha ts that one establishes an Institution
their thp < .
Pa went to Mr. Inmans oflls could beat him many says
saving
over money.Vhen from
t :- three to five-thirty nt
friends on South Collins of nlili-h n nation must he .' I I an they talked awhile. Pa sed he was he was jest a little feller he used to the home of Mrs. Kililan's father, J. Mr. Surrency is street. nation may appeal If It desires. Quito a difference. Take your pick.
goin to be one of the progressive citizens sell bottles to the drug stores and M. Truby, on Cherry street. a nephew of Mr.
1 f I. of this community and he want- I saved his money till he had enough to At the close of the rook contest it and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot of Starke, New York State U to see the Free Masons entertaining the Knights
1 ed to keep with affairs he buy him a slide trombone. Then the and was here during last summer. He of Columbus. Talk nhont interallied church movements and the lion
up so I was found that Mrs. J. L. Frazee
has many friends' in Bradford anti) the Inmb lylns; down together! Here is a real example of the
p; i '\ guessed hed better subscribeto the teller Bed that they are making a and Mrs. L. A. Davis had tied on the who extend county fundamental sameness In human brotherhood. *
'j lokel paper. Mr. Inmen told Pa he Special Subscription Offer and that highest numbers made Mrs. Davis congratulations.

; could'go, right up to the TelegraphI for the regular price of $2.00 for one drew the successful number and received BRIDGE 1 I

I'. and they would be glad to take year: they would send the paper to the first prize-a set of: embroidered PARTYThursday Moore here the past week. extend the time when such licenses I

i his name, he was gusy or he would enyone for fifteen months. So Pa tea napkins. Mrs. W. E. afternoon must be in the possession of all auto
I go'long. We started out and Pa got gave him two dollars, He told Pa to Middleton received the consolation Miss Mabel TO AUTO OWNERSAs
Weller and Mrs. J. W. Killian owners, until Feb. 1, 1921. After
I : to talking with another feller on the tell his friens about the Special offer prize, a box of yellow tinted atation- enter- -
I tained that date those who
delightfully autos
street. When they got through talk- because it would give them all a a number of I have found that the run with-
friends at comptrol out licenses will be
an auction proper
ery.The
in Pa asked him where the Telegraph chance to save some money. Ma says charming hostesses, assistedby Mrs. S. "L. Peek bridge party. ler's office in Tallahassee is at pres- prosecuted.
;: !r Office was and he said we would have the water is hot so I must stop now. Mrs. O. L. Haynes, served tempt. made high and was ent swamped with applications for W.
presented with J. EPPERSON
'!, I to go to the depot. Wa went down,to Yours respectively ing refreshments of peach whip topped tea napkins, while a set Mrs.of T.embroidered C. Morris auto licenses, etc., I have decided to. Sheriff, Bradford County.,
the and Pa told BLINKY.
depot the man in be- with cream and nuts, angel food
made low and received ------
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as consolation ---
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cream tea sUll'ar box of -
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stationery.As -
I and
j J i ir were Mrs. E. K. Perryman, Mrs. A. lemon. refreshments the hostesses serv- I II
Z. Adkins The invited guests were Mesdames
1.
and Mrs. A. Davis. ed a delicious I
The evening's entertainment was W. L. Wall, J. M. Brownlee, DeWitt colors of yellow course and white in which the YES, ITS A SHOW. YES, IT'S A SHOW i I II

uridy -- I commenced with a progressive con C. Jones, E. K. Perryman, F. H. Long tily carried out. The course were consisted dain- I
-
versation which proved J. H. Ritch T. N. LImbaugh, E. S. of
gene veryamusing. peach whip, angel food cake,
The following delightful Matthews, E. M. Johns, N. T. Ritch, gold cake, hot tea with lemon and Gaiety Theatre
WOMEN musical numbers were eijoyed by all. O. L. Haynes, T. J. Griffin, A. Z. Ad- in the center of the table a yellow; ;
OF KEYSTONE HEIGHTS(
kins L.
A. Davis D. E.
Duet, Hungarian Dance (Brahms) Knight W. candle shed its bright
the
rays over
t ORGANIZE -Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones and Mrs. E. E. Middleton, N. D. Wainwright, J. pretty scene. Yellow mints
K. Perryman. L. Frazee, R. S. Fernandez, Tom Wall on the tables during the were served Wednesday Night January 30th"LIGHTNIN" :
A new organization in the form of W. E. Davis, J. W. Andrews, Jr., The game. ,
Male list
When guest
the
quartette, Twilight included Mesdames
a Woman's Club has been established Misses Amelia Ray, Hilda Struth
Shadows Fall-Messrs. ..S. E. Ritch and O. L. Beasley, E. L.
at Keystone Heights in the Interest Margaret Long.LEE'S Biggs, O. L.
of civic improvement.The John Powell, L. F. Smith and L. G. Haynes, J. W. Andrews, Jr., A. S.

officers elected are: Powell.( Crews, Edward Burns. S. L. Peek, J.
Solo Gypsy Trail-Mrs, D. E. BIRTHDAY OBSERVED AT L. Peek, L. Wyman, J. C. Rubinson,
Mrs. F. M. Walrath, president. A
Mrs. Victor Wlnana vice-president. Knight. B. H. S. G. M. Inman, E. M. Davis, A. W. Anderson I Comedy Drama in 4 Acts. NOT A PICTURE I'but

Mrs. W. S. Walrath secretary. Vocal Duet, (a) Silent Now the Saturday, the/ 19th day of January, H. II. ,Young J. C., F.Hoover F. C. F. Hoover, a cast of real people I 15 in number presenting ,
Stump N.
I Mrs. J. J. Lawrence treasurer. Drowsy Bird; (b) Whispering Hope Stern-
' being the 117th anniversary of the berg F. L. Turner I the'greatest I. J
+ Besides numerous other activities, -Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and Miss Hilda birthday of Gen. Florence Powell, p :
Robert E. Lee, the Nelle Hughes E. ,J
R.
the club will work toward the Struth. Neff, T. C. Morris Entire proceeds
pur B. II. S. observed the day on Friday Miss Jeannette Matthews go to the Building Fund of the Woman '1''
I chase of a piano for the church. A Heading, The Courtin' -Mrs. E. M. : morning at general exercises. Miss Hilda Lewis of and 's Club.
circulating library for the use of theI Johns. Jasper.
I I The W. T. Weeks Chapter, U. D.
I community is another one of the commendable Male quartette, (a) My Creole Sue; C., presented the school with a large MRS. IIASSETT DOING WELL A guaranteed Attraction and all for a good cause.
It I projects which the Club (b) Kentucky Babe-Messrs. Ritch, framed memorial of Robert E. Lee,

hopes. to develop. Powell, Smith and Powell. which was the gift of !Mrs Emma Ri- Mrs. Lena Hassett- I Prices 25c and 75c
who
,, At a recent meeting of the Key Solo, Then You'll Remember Me- -,.ha..1.._.u. .UI..iaa__ 1'vruve'''.._ Jtajr n__ _made_ a Snort. in the right foot Tuesday, of was shot i
last
+
week I
. stone Heights board of: trade, the fie John Powell. address on some of the interesting and had to suffer amputation of the .

nance committee was authorized to Quartette, Carry Me Back to 01' points in Gen. Lee's life, and presented member, is doing I .
: as well
as possible
lead in a drive for funds for a new Vlrginny-\Irs.: Adkins Miss Struth the
framed CAST
memorial to the school. under the circumstances. She has I of CHARACTERS :
I $15,000 community church to bee Messrs. I
John Powell and L. G. Pow There are now twenty-three framed 1 been removed from the home of Dr. I

erected at Keystone Heights. ell. pictures in the high school buildIng Biggs, where she was kept the first I Lightnin' Bill Jones ___ _____Elmer Lazone
n
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Mule quartette, Ding Dong Bell- and all are gifts to the school. few days after the John !
i SI.VEIC_ TEA Messrs. Ritch, Powell. Smith and L. own home a short amputation distance to her Marvin -----------------___--_______L. F. Smith

"t G. Powell. Construction of the rail line from Mrs. Adaline Baisden's east of Sheriff Blodgett --------a--- -________--__S. E. Rjtch

The ladles of the Methodist missionary At the close of the program everybody Tampa to the East Coast-probably M. Hassett, her husband place., who Judge Townsend -_ _____ --_____________ Bob Demorest I

\ society gave n silver tea on joined in singing "A Perfect Stuart, though engineers will not discuss arrested pending developments, was was Mr. Harper .-____--____ --___________Powell Carpenter I '
Thursday evening at the home of: Mr. "
Day" and "Suwannee River. the
i'I and Mrs. L. A. Davis. The committee Toward the close of the evening to be pushed specific right terminus along -and is going became released known from custody that as soon as it Raymond Thomas _____ -_____--_--____ Nat Sternberg I
rightof Hotel
arranging for this affair there would be Clerk ---- ___ Frank I
pleasant 1 refreshments of ice cream and home- way are being secured eastward no prosecution against him. ---- --u Carpenter I

I towards the Kissimmeo river. Margaret Davis, ------- -_____--_--__?. Marie Lazone
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TIIERESSATheressa Mrs.. Jones -__________ --______-__Mrs. II. II. Young I

GET READING:" CIRCLE :MONDAY AF AIilUe ---------------- .--______1 n-__ Florence Powell

YOUR MONEY PROMPTL Y TERNOONThe Jan. 25.-Mrs. C. A. Mrs. Harper -______ _- ___ Margaret Long I

INMAN & Youngblood and daughter, Nealie, are SYNOPSIS
RITCH reading circle of the Methodist visiting relatives and friends ,
C REPRESENT TilE BEST LEADING ,j, missionary society met Monday afternoon Brooker and Graham over in Act 1-John Marvin's Cabin Bill pays a visit. i

INSURANCE COMPANIES FIRE. ::1 I at the home of Misses Amel- Mr. and Mrs. H. D. May visited Act Calivada Hotel-the next day. Arrival of diI I

ACCIDENT. LIFE, AUTOMOBILE i la and Olive Ray, on North Walnut :Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Drawdy at La- vorcees. (During this act curtain will be lowered a few I

J BONDS, LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS street the hostesses being Mrs. J. W. Crosse Sunday. minutes to denote an elapse of several hours) "I didn't
White, Mrs. L. C. Ray and the Misses C. A. Youngblood .
MADE and E.
I
S. build
PROMPTLY Sibley this hotel on the state line for nothln." I
I Ray.White were visitors to Hampton
Saturday. Act 3
narcissus and yellow jessa Mr. Cassie and Carroll Adklnson -Judge Townsend's Court Room. Six months later -

i. S -"ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR-HE KNOWS" mine were used to make the living Livingston Russ, of Brooker, and C., I than Act 2, \ v r"r t 1. i I

1 For 0.,35 the *HNKI I'' room more attractive. The study for Youngblood of Graham, visited relatives Act -I-Same scene as Act 2. "Mother, fixed that." i iI
E.
year O. Painter Fert.lu.r Company. has furnished Florida the afternoon was about the depressed here Sunday.Mr. I I
(rawer with rertiUxer. ,
.
proof of The continued patronage of eiperienced .rowen ".. i classes of India, and their great and Mrs Jim Koon and little t
satisfactory 'I x
retult need of the religion of Vaudeville Between Acts
.L COULD I' Jesus Christ. daughter, Dorothy of Waldo, visited
BCTTKB FIBTILI2XR: BC UAD W* WOCD MAKJi IT. After the lesson the hostesses served her parents, Mr. and l\IraJ: P. Pad. I

WrtU pre N... rail ..... Liar JM ...... 1 I sandwiches, hot chocolate, marshmallow gett, here Sunday. I DON'T FORGET THE DATE
cake and candy. Cecil Moore of
E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Sunbeam, visited
Co.
/ Jacksonville Flat I Besides the hostesses, those enjoy- This parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. ,;"



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