Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 1, 1924
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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System ID: UF00027795:02214
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Established 1879. Sull..t'rirlLllln-i't"r, 52.00Six Blent1\ .. M.OO Payable Advance.
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VOLUME FOKTY-FIVE. STAKKE, .'LOIUD.FIUHA\', PKI5RI''A in' I 1. 1"))2>. :M'MiiKit: iiiiRn-r\\o .

I "Light in' A Great Success! Contract on New Highway Let !I

The players in the nationally! famous I -
production entitled "Lightnin'
I).V'TESTho I 11E1: .INNING; ON M MCIII utUurk
were greeted Wednesday evening >hy Labor Premier ,
Jn touting( and Rafting! Went :Merrilyon
a capatity audience at the Gail'ty'
1 Theatre. The cast consisted of local) Saturday now cal1lidatl' appearing in on. the I state road! mr.sItt.idfnrd .<

professionals and amateur talent, und n 4p this wi-ek'n' Telegraph are: I county will be started about>
The rains of lust week played havoc! Mirth l lilt. L. M. of Orlando
the made hit with the Gray, ,
play a great (}. \\ Alderman, for clerk of court
audience. with the pile driving for Alligator mho hiss the contract for the 8-iin
One ofII'! Aldernmnlint duticxsince '
bridge. Not only did the water cover ark base, states that he is
The that the Calavudn II'OIl1.IIIL'IIII :
runs he elected to the olllce Uncle
was wasin John
out of sight the stakes for tho piles I .
+* with arrangements' to start the
Hotel was built on the line between: wf connection with tho county division
the engineers bad set, but thn floods nark. !
at the time mentioned.I .
California and Nevada, and the divorce which created an immense amount of
carried away a large portion of the I S. Matthews J. II. Rit .
in the key note of tho.. : <-h, W. EEl :
question wink of worrisome nature.But .
n very the old home'stotterln'
Dont tell
planking placed in the bottom of tho l "auto and A. A. burden, members
four drama. The char-
act comedy it was accomplished to satisfaction or dyin' a lingerln'
canal when it was dry, as well as of the, bond
county board of trustees,
acters of Lightnin' Bill Jones and hit of all around. The clerk's ollluei death, for my heart has spells
wife, who keep the Calavada Hotel, some of the piles. :< kept in such an orderly manner of flutterm' and sometimes I'm 'and I:. IS NelT, county engineer, met
Mr. Elmer La- The work, which had stopped for a short in my breath. Don'tglvw with tho State Road Department in
were impersonated by that document bei
+ any book or cm to shockmedon't
foW few resumed in earnest I me no message !' session at Tallahassee. last
days was Suturduyj
and Mrs II. II. Young who carried i I
z"ne :i found at a moment's notice and, all tell me no serious
Saturday. L. V Davis, whr is interested I j lit which tints it was agreed that the
out their parts to perfection e counts aro kept straight and up t"> nnw Mrs.' Florence Powell as Millie, the \.y I in the work, hunted upa. tho minute. Mr. Alderman ask: for that rocked me, and I'm slow' |I state department would let tho contract -

beautiful adopted daughter 'of Mr small boat, which he put on 'he tr'\!il- re-electlim to the office He hat prOVo I about changla', my views. for the contraction of the road, ,. 'I
er of his cat, and hauled td the canal. I work to begin nt the earliest possible
and Mrs. Bill Jones, made a great en his capability Come-tell me the world 1 La I
success of her prominent role He and a colored nun' went aboard I progr ssn'! toward all that is time. 11
/ Bob Demorest Judge Townsend ; and gracefully floated down with tho Ceo. A. Gardiner, former county humanly true. Don't set The trustees hudxhoped. to secure qI
and kept as the house in an x ,rat i current. Arriving :nave tho bridge. M I judge, wants the voters to support mo to doubtln' or guesnln' what the co-oporutlon of the department in IIthe
was great,
him devil to do.
>D at tho primary, where he will the might tempt me
the old road the water seemed to be t construction of sheet asphalt
of his contagious to fondest a or
laughter by
uproar again be the candidate for Let me cling my -
humor. S. )}':. Ritch as Sheriff Blod in uncertainty: whether to get under I obsession, wherever on concrete road at this time, but the
gett exercised the of his of- the bridge or shoot toward.; Lincoln I While ho held office no faults were earth I may roam/- -dont shatter department would not consent to do.
powers found against him an 1 if elected.. IIB i our richest! poss a ion--God this.
fice with strong hand. City, and the result wan an eddy, on thu ground that tho condition
a will, a4 before, be a judge? I hat "looks save the American Hornet '
The character of John Marvin was which kept turning the little boat of their funds does not justify Hit f'
I I neither to the relight, nor to the left.
impersonated by L. F. Smith, whose like a merry-go-round. But several I I !unrc> an expenditure. It wan agreed (
So far
acting showed decided talent. Nat ot the runaway bridge timbers were there is no cpyunoiit in sight I : that the rock base would t I." constructed +
A. II. Alvarez is out for sherllf
Sternberg as Raymond Thomas, the :"m the same boat," so to speak, and I ,ILI in accordance with Htato and.
the third announced candidate -
villain in the play, was splendid, as Mr. Davis skillfully lassoed them, staking for this office Mr. Alvarez Is I iI federal Dpocitleationn and that this.
his acting is always up to the mark, bound them together and made a raft. I would lie Immediately surfaced with
well with the duties of the
and the hotel clerk, Frank Carpenter, vk'Jl < \ : I Rafting creosoted timbers in Alligator -I acquainted u light coating of asphalt, tho road i
did his part in a most natural man t C:' I I creek was something entirely new ollice, having served his apprenticeship I to l he maintained and kept In tirHt-
V F+ I! When one raft had been towed up to as both deputy and jailor. H<< I class condition until such time as the*

ner.Mrs.. Elmer Lazone was wonderfulin I the I pile driver, they went and got another ed.promises: to do his -tlrst best if elect F. wuatp err 3 department In shin to surface it with

her difficult role as Margaret Davis CA 1 i I sheet asphalt. .
and her superb acting called-forth last It was found that some of thetimbers I This Is what is known as "stago" f
Labor at rules England. LAKE: lUITI.r.lt: I
much praise. Powell Carpenter as Ramsay MacDonald, shown above. I hud flouted otf on the other side .i onHtruction and the department Is ni

Mr Harper and Miss Margaret Long'' Is the new Premier succeeding I lit the old road, and after the foremanof I present confining its operations. al- .

as Mrs. Harper, millionaire and his Stanley Baldwin. I II of driving had put a pile in position Lake Mutter, 1-.1>. 1.--Tim box supper I inowt entirely to this c-la.si of road

: wife, carried oat their parts, to per I he left it for Clyde Mott to driveit at Mrs. Lily Richards last Friday l building, duo to the fact that the
:.' fection. THIRTY nONPS FOR \UTOISTS while.he and a negro went 011' on a night turned out fine, notwithstanding I DIKIS: .\ in('s ltill ll'I'ING:' POINT:' state funds. for road building ore not R

The play was full of humor and journey of discovery. The plunks ; the rainy weather. Messrs hull l'iently large to permit of the
.\DO PI El)
; startling situations, but ends: happily / had lodged against cypress knees and Marion and Jesse Howling entertained Dukes m'' u Ktllti ion on tho Atlantic more) expensive! types of construction

I' so when the curtain fell there were gathered up and towed to the the crowd with music. Many
was a storm of applause from the delighted Public Safely Committee Sets Forth new bridge. The pile driving has now games were played mul a neat sum of Lake* Butler, and dose a volume of intents and! purposes the

; audience. What Not to nor been completed and the building of wua realized to help buy seats for I business' for such n small place in I"treated" road IB the equal of l! shuttj

Special vaudeville by Mrs. Florence the superstructure of the bridge begun the First! Christian church. the line of shipping! The land In Un- j asphalt, except: that It does not Into !

Powell, N. Sternberg and others' Lust Monday the members of the {Ifon I county and especially around long However, this feature 'f
"donfs" for
Thirty recommended ( -
were given between the acts. W C. T. U. held their lint meeting I Dukes, stands second to none in the the matter in taken care of no far ns
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The entire proceeds of the play, of the Florida League of Municipalities lUST co\sr MILLS HUR.NKO: at the Christian church und great interest I state. the county Is concerned by the foot
which amounted to $201.32: were aI.en .- the was taken in tho work. The The members of tho Union county that the state depurttneht takes ,,\-or
and adopted by leagueat
to the building fund of the Wom- its last meeting in Tallahassee, The great saw mills of the East I decision. was to make the next meeting truck growers aHsotiution are getting, the upkeep of the road ..nd the county -

i an'& Club, and to show their appreciation are to be broadcasted in the state asa Coast Lumber Co., at Watertown, morotnteresting by currying out j busy and quite<| a large acreage hiiH will be to no further expense after

the executive board oC. the safety measure. near Luke City, were entirely destroyed a regular program suitable for the already been. planted to I Irish potatoes tim bond money is expended in

., club gave a luncheon after the playa by fire Wednesday. The drying occumon. The regular meeting will and tomatoes. Pens and watermelons its construction
I 1. Don't the aide
to all those taking part. There were Park on wrong kilns and other auxiliaries were be the fourth Monday in the month. will follow and after that cucumbers The construction of the stretch of

also a fewinvited guests, among them 'of the. road. saved, still the loss amounts to about I Rev. W. T. McGuiro had large con- and beans. Should the season road across Clay; county from Highland

being Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson. 2. Don't back up without blowing $100.000.. I grc'tratlona at both service!; Sunday. prove profitable there will be a to Maxville la hardly less! important -

The delicious luncheon consisted of :!your horn. The mills are owned by the Paul I record crop.J. to Bradford county than the

chicken salad, saltines, pickles, cof' 3. Don* speed up when anyone I Bros., who have large interests in CAKE; AND CANDY !SALK S. Howard has a turpentine bus construction of its own road. This

fee and whipped cream, ice cream and I'asks for the road, Bradford county. The Consumers mess here, besides having three large matter wan also taken up with the

cake. | 4. Don't pass anyone on a carve. II Lumber Co., of this city, U a branchof I The U. U. C. will sell homo made farmi. Some of the other large truckers state department, and the state high

The Woman's Club desire to publicly 5. Don't pass anyone at a blind their business. Mr. I. II. Partridge cake and candy tomorrow (Saturday) are J. G. Sloan, II. G. Crawford, way engineer promised! to begin within

thank Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lazone
and Mr. Robert Demorest, for their | 6. Don't speed in school zone. I although the mill was destroyed, hill 'I and at Turner's Drug Store. This :!'I Dukes. The truck growing businessis thn location of this connecting

splendid work in training and taking 7. Don't run over a child. lumber yard will he kept up* to the sale ID for the benefit of the W. 'r'j being led by J. U. Sloan, a man of link. It U intended to rush the grading .

part in the play; to Miss Rosa Levi- 8. Don't drive on the wrong side same high standard as hitherto. Tho I Weeks Chapter U- D. C. Mrs. O. L. '''life' time experience from Center Hill, between I.awtey and Highland!

ton, the excellent pianist; and to Mr. .of the road. I mill will probably he rebuilt at once. i Bcasley, chairman of committee. I Sumter county. Mr. Sloan has harvested as rapidly! an possible and then move
Robinson for the use of the theatre. 9: Don't try to mix whiskey and i three successful crops here, the state convict grading crew oTrto '.
(gasoline; ; they won't mix. ,)i -- -- -- --- -- and nays lie has never seen it beat, : tho Clay county part of tho road. It

MAGNOLIA TEA GARDENThe I 10. Don't forget to dim your lights __nO I even in Sumter. One thing to be appreciated Is understood to ho l the intention of

1 when passing another car. '! Shenandoah Proves sea!: in Wild Flight I in this section is that you the state department to construct.
Magnolia Tea Garden was I 11. Don't forget that careful driving can plant In large square fields, enabling the Clny county link out of the Mama

opened Monday at noon, A. B. WilI, I brings its own reward. sf Y one to use modern implementsand materials as will be used in thin. county -
hams proprietor. Mr. Williams is 12. Don't forget that the pvduetrian a alp ov;< i I curtailing exjienncs. .
already well and favorably known as : has as much right to street -- Besides tho turpentine and truck

an excellent hotel manager, and his Chouse crossings as you have. I hu lnt'MH here; here are quite u number -

on North Walnut street, near ) 13. Don't forget to be courteous'to of cross. ties, veneer blocks: telephone -
the business center of the town, has t the: other driver. und telegraph poles shipped I Democratic Chairman I

recently been remodeled and refur-I 14. Don't cut curves too sharp. from here and very often car lots of
nished The dining room can accom-1 15. Don't neglect your brake as row und hogs are shipped! Duke n -

I modate about forty people at ono sit-11 they are very handy, at times a small/ station but the business here j jis I L- ...
ting. Mr. Williams will furnish regular 16. Don't hog the road a<* you may rapidly" increasing: I I "

meals or special orders. | jet hit sometime ,x Below in n statement of what hut ,
1 1e
17. Don't forget to signal when ( been shipper. from hero in the lallt I

NOTICE OF TEACHERS' EXAMINATION t turning to the left and when top throe months of 102.1Nnvul : :

11 ping. J's, a4 r stores, 17 ..rll.
There will be an examination fort I 18. Don't forget your oil and cjaIV. Cross ties, 29 cars.

all grades teachers' certificates held \ Don't leave your engine running fJlol'kllif) cnrs.

at the courthouse in Starke, beginning when parking! your car, \ Piling, 6 cars.Vegetables/ *

Thursday morning, Feb. 7th. All 20. Don't pull into the road without 10 care

applicants will furnish themselves l< looking back. Cattle, 4 cars.

,I with pen, ink; and legal cap paper, ai-I j 21. Don't leave your. car unlocked j Hogs, 10 car. '

BO the usual lee charged for the certificate 22. Don't violate traffic laws. 41yr A total of 125 cars.

applied for. I I 23. Don't forget that the man .0 -_ The above represents ear lot shipments
H. B. WIGGINS, j I you right has "Right of Way." not saying anything about lo-

: Superintendent i 24 Don't forget there are "JR7'' I It r>ul shipments in small lot*.
iValkcrs." Drive carefully.

j' APPRECIATION 2:>. Don't permit bicycle rider ,, ( rr' iI'I.ESAST OCCASION:

.1 |IC:atch on to your car. d .* / nW Co. is

The ladies of the Woman's Club 26. Don't fail to stop, look :and The members of the Woman's I

wish to express their sincere appreIi:' 'isten at grade. crossings C Council:; of the Church of Christ met Cordell Hull, of Tennessee,
27. Don't forget to have both your : at till lovely home of Mrs Chairman of the National Demo-
elation of the benefit performance f i P. E. ratio Committee ha. already..
given on' Wednesday evening at the Ii ights burning at night. |I .Jt John. !last Friday evening. After the tablished. headquarters in New
local theatre. Not only do they wish'to '' 28. Don't permit any child under'I .JI business meeting! a fine program was York and started organisation

thank those who took part in the ;, I 4 years of age to drive your car. I rendered, including several good plans for the National Convention

production of the play "Li htnln' 29. Don't fail to read your traffic I I readings/ and both vocal and Instrumental there in JWle.GlWWEUS .

but also those from this and the surrounding 'I"l awi. twd music

communities who gave their 30. Don't fail to read and obey I "Now. for a sail over the North +arra- +- The report on Bible reading was ASSOCIATION; MEET
support by their attendance. I ItiI raffle signs. Pole. say U. S. Navy Aeronautics. t'4I .J good. Several new members weN ING
Chiefs as they joyfully repair .<
I added. After the Mrs.
done the
damage dirigible
The Bradford County High School ;, The maples are purple with blbs- Shenandoah in a battle great against a \yA, Johns, with the help of Miss\ Lois Edwards Important business Is to be trsn**

now opens it'* morning session at 9 a oms, the yellow jessamines are per- great Atlantic seaboard storm a .ter Mrs. Blakely Mrs. J. W. Edwards acted at the next meeting of the a.-
o'clock.&: The noon bell rings at 12:30: f..and .ming the air, the white lilies are which- tore it from I its moor n,g and Mu Inn Moitt served sedation, Saturday, Feb. 2nd.

the afternoon session begins, at : p
1:30. The seventh and eighth gradesand I town woodpeckers are hunting rotten Trent airship In its unscheduled toah.. when "torn from tow'!r. Also each expressed their enjoyment of are urged to be present.
high school are out for the day eat lectric wire poles to make nests in. 1I'tt 1: b.., i. t. of prt>fOhCf| route In flivt/ to ,:., i: ':< ,rung and returned to their F. J. PATTEE,
345. A Ill these are signs of spring. the polar fi'srt!!' tin ..unmcr.P I 'I.! homes .Secretary,



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, CD"! There will be a new boat placed In I Wn"y Tie niieulfiu Chufcea to which de I I I gSaTed. T Ea plan 'has aloud 1 the mow

p t J service between St. Petersburg and foregoing testimony relates were I II severe of all tests-actual trial. The I Dim DIrlInmIR1IaII

i News of Florida in Short Paragraphs Tampa. It will be a side wheel steamer made..' wrote the court. "Yet the remaining : defendant has kept the faith. This COFFINS & CASKETS

Hanover. I I lIt has done, not only by granting licenses i
-r 180 feet long, called the like charges were equally
i [ -------1: It is considerably larger than the other lackirs In evidential support. In! fact, i, In furtherance of the purposesfor I And a Full Une of

Live State News boats on the line and can carry 1- at the argument, the plaintiff seemed which It'was cbaratered distributionof but also Undtrlakiri' Supplies

[ 000 no longer to cress these charges at Its great expends by
l..J passengers against the persons alleged to be conspirators books and pamphlets showing the i AUTOMOBILE HEARSB

but It sought to have the national necessity for practical development Always on hand. The best "er

Told by Our Exchanges The satsuma oranges went through; chargi-s sustained as against the officers of chemical science In America. i Spe-w

the first freeze in fine shape and the : of I the Government who formulated If perchance those heretofore t

r, a ggliGlqIICII: i9iptpoli ID amlIi.u muJ of the Tallahassee section
growers While an Incidental/ advantage from
of sale
i George W. Neville, rafchier of tile Several days ago while pulling up are optimistic. Since the last freeze the plan that Incidental result cannot
the plan
I where Implication -
/' Bank of Dunnellon, was indicted byI I dead, head logs in Lake Wimlico, Mr. there has been some serious fear that I know of law of no the case duty of clearing Itself Invalidate a transaction lawfully con t DeWITT C. JONES

w;*:; a federal grand jury Thursday ea a1 Silva pulled up an old Indian canoe, +I the trees were badly damaged but a from Imputed fraud rests upon the summated In the public jnterest. The STARKE, FLA

1( : charge of the mails to defraud. thinking he had loThe ,; charge would lie against the
using a / canoe close examination of a number of defendant yet the defendant has met same ,

*B Neville the indictment stated, with 1 measured about forty feet In lengths,trees in Tallahassee today. shows the even" this burden." validity of every tariff act. ujCJllnIIQIJWtJlIrQj: ( tJIDII

three alleged confidence men was : and eighteen inches beam. It had trees to be still safe and all right. Holds Wilson Had Full Power The sale was In effect to America and I

''l connected with a fake brokerage plot been hewn out of a solid log and was While the Trading With the Enemy Its chemical citizens. not and to allied those Industries.then engagedIn I mission? ,

whereby Peter 1. Pentzer and son of in a good state of preservation notwithstanding I Act at first merely authorized custodianship !Morris ruled that If the executives Are you interested in any partnership -
In Wauchula the farmers Judge
Kersey, Pa., were defrauded of $25- I the long stretch of I proposegiving of Gorman properties In entrusted by Congress with I or other firm from which you\ re-

600 in Florida, in February, 1921. years it had lain beneath the watersof a great deal 'of attention to this country, It was loiter amended power of sale acted within the scope i t ceive income?

the lake. The canoe was' towed to Irish potatoes for early market anda recalled the Court to give power of of that power "their acts are not subject | Have you any income from royalties -

i All previous records! were eclipsed amp and will be carried to Apalach- much larger acreage is being pre- i ale under such conditions as the to judicial nullification or review. | or patents?
the Interest
In public
Saturday at the Lakeland municipal kola pared than usual. The growers are President Invasion by the courts to determln'ewhether Have you any minor children who
I looking forward to an extra early should determine upon. In effect this the public Interest requiredthe '
buyers platform when three carload" II. are working?
made the President, as agent of the I ..
otherwise than
market and be sold
good prices.C.
? of strawberries went out to northern nation possessed. nf powers as broadas Have you the control of the earnings -
{ The Bisbee the conditions
building ten story office under statutory proscribed
market In addition to these threw structure Jacksonville a null he were absolute owner of and to let aIde the sale i i of such children? If go, the
and said
i ears there were 8 freezers by express, to be the first of its kind B. Crosby, a former Georgian, the seized 1 properties Under the pro should tbe Judgment of the court be | amount must be included in the par-
to> be erect- I '
the total receipts for the day running who since coming to Florida last fall, visIons of the act the President was different from that of the President ent's return of Income.
ed in the South has been
purchased make conditions
1 : up to 13,888 quarts. has been employed in a fruit packinghouse I empowered to any would. be a Judicial nullification not 'I Has your wife any income from
by S. O. Lynch, capitalist of Atlanta, of sale he considered necessary In the
of the President's act but also whatever? If
at Babson Parlk'1s in the Polk only any source so, it must

Bleeding from wounds on the head Ga. The consideration was in the county jail charged with murder.: Ar- circumstances.The sales/ In dispute were not made of the act of Congress conferring on I ibe included in your return, or report
neighborhood of has
$400,000. Lynch determinewhat
theVcr to
;r John Williams, 30, negro, a paralytic, million thur Walla, also a Georgian and a by the Custodian In his capacity as a the I led in a separate return of income.
over a dollars invested in that the public Interests required.
was found in a dazed. condition early former chum of Crosby, lies dead In common-law trustee but under the Did you receive any; director ': eea
city. What the public Interest requires depends
Sunday near Dinsmore and when taken a Lakeland hospital from wounds inflicted extraordinary powers devolving upon upon the conditions existing In or trustees' fees in the course of tie

to police headquarters he told of Work has started by Croaby. him us the President's representative, the nation Courts do not understand year?

being kidnapped from his home at on removing approximately under. the additional sections of the tile 'state of the Union' and as. I apprehend Did you hold any office in a benefit
a million cubic yards of BPCBUSO trustee with the
Drooklet, Ga., late Saturday night, rock The planting of St. Lucie county'svaat'apreage act. a only are not equipped to ascertainIt. society from which you received income -
and other material which will : usual power may not ordinarily sell
spirited in an automobile to the outskirts e The statement of the reasons ?
complete the St. Lucie canal the largest ; of tomatoes is now near- trust !property a>t private sale for less
actuating the President does not I
of this city and whipped, because canal of the Everglades drainage ing a finish and if everything goes than. Its fair monetary .value It by Answers to these questions are nec-
make his act any the less an act of
41 he said, he was to prosecute a district and intended to be the I' nicely the fruit should start moving no moans follows that the Custodian, discretion. It Is conceded the President I essury in the filing of a correct income -

prominent Statesboro, Ga., plantar iinder supervision and direction
on acting tax return.
main control of Lake Olceecbobee.The to market in March. The acreage cannot be brought Into court to I
assault to murder charges. of the President may not do If single (or married and not living -
dredge/ Elsie Clark, equipped this year vftll total between 3,000 and substantiate his reasons. The statute I
held the Court "Ohvlouily. the
with 20-inch 3,500-the largest in the history of so does not require him to disclose to with wife) and the net incomewas
a hydraulic outfit has primary of the act van the
Duncan Johnatone, grove owner, the purchaser the evidence upon $1,000 or more or the in-
begun the work which is estimatedwill the county. Several growers have as protection of the nation not the benefit gross
was shot and seriously wounded Mon which his reasons were based. The come $5,000 or more, or if married
much 300
tako a year to complete the great as acres planted. I of the enemy. The trust was for
day on his place by unknown I statute does not limit the Executive
an negro which the benefit of Hit na.tt.mtpublic, and living with wife and the couples'net
waterway has been under
in con- In he assignment of reasons to such
St. Petersburg Mr. Johnston struction since 1916. i not a private trust. The statute requires income was $2,000 or more, or the
was shot in the leg at the ankle as may be supported by legal evidence
; and I Income
COURT UPHOLDS the President to consider the .r I uJo facts available to the oublla." gross was $5,000 or more, a

no many birdshot from a shotgun hit Two transfers of Palm Beach ocean I public Interest PubUo Interest Is not return is required. The fact that the
him that there ]is a chance he will "
a for income may not be taxed by reason
front for synonym money.
lose his lei. The negro was hunting of property$1,000,000 a total made consideration PATENT SALEU. la this relation Judge Morris quot INCOME:' TAX INFORMATIONIn :' of the personal e-xeMptions-lOOO
were recently
' ss... on the place and when he was ordered by II. C. Bartholomew and the flrm ed from President Ooolldffe's messageto for single persons $2,500 for married

'I off, refused to go. After a few words Congress on the Muscle shoals the making of an income tax return persons whose net income was $5,000or
of Green & Dietsch
between the two men the negro fired Palm Beach con problem, that "while the price !I. an for the year 1923, taxpayers: of less and $2,000 for married per-

one shot at Mr. Johnstone and then tractors. S. Suit Against Chemical Important element there Is another every class, business and professional sons whose net income was in excess

ran. The police were called and are consideration even more compelling men, salaried persona, wage earn- of
$ZOOO, plus the $400 credit for
S e
Seventeen thousand acre! of cut Foundation Dismissed by If this main object Jewpricednitrates
and should
searching for the man but have a ers farmers present to each dependent, does not alter this
over lands In Okaloosa county have for( farmers In peace and the
Morris. themselves for consideration the following -
poor description of him. Judge
been purchased by Birmingham men, Government la war) Is accomplished, requirement.The .

who announced that the tract will be :, the amount ot money received for> thsproperty ( questions: filing period ends at midnightof

Announcement is made of consummation la not a primary or major Did you receive any interests on March 15, 1924, Forms for filing]
immediately Improved by the setting CONSPIRACY CHARGE FAILS
of a deal the consideration." bank deposits?
whereby famous returns may be obtained at the office
out of
Shaker Colony lands, four miles of satsuma, blueberry and sand Referring to German-owned property Have you any property from which of Collector of Internal Revenue, of
pear trees and that they expect to the court said
St. Cloud, comprising aic thousandacres Conduct of Chemical l Foundation : you receive rent? Jacksonville and the following branch
cultivate there fruits on a more extended : "Much of this property was not
of land, was passed into new German Illd> you receive any income in the offices and Pens'l ola.
scale when additional tracts Praised la Use of Former Innocently heM or held solely for Tampa, Miami '
hands.. These lands form nf dividends or interest from
are among the trade and Information Persons whose ret income was $5,000or
of suitable lands are available.A Patent for Benefit of American commerce. CMS-
1. best in Osceola county and were colonized quired by. German-owned companies stocks or'bonds? regardless of the amount, was derived -

I by the Shakers some forty short People. had been transmitted to Berlin, and I>id you receive any bonuses luring from business, profession or
change artist
years ago. The new company will be driving a there Indexed and made available to the year? farming should ask for Form 10 W.

known as the Shaker Land Companyand big Hudson super six car, came down Wilmington, Del.-in a sixty-two German competitors and the German Did you make any profit on the

will establish a townslte near St. the road from Arcadia Thursday and. page decision which swept away ev Government. The files of one company salt of stocks, bonds, etc.? Ths rooster is the main bird in the

Cloud and subdivide. the tract. The gathered in a neat sum of money ery one of the Qovernm'ent's major were filled not. with\ business*. Did you act as broker in any transaction flock, and a poor rooster is dear at

price paid was not made public, but bent along the the Buckens line. At Fort Ogden of ha contentions ea being without basis In I'! ture.papers It but was with a attribution pan German centre liter&-for | for which you received a com- I I any price. So get a good one.

it garage out $5.80; fact law Federal Judge Hugh M.
was understood to be around $75- or ',,I propaganda In this country." _
at Cleveland he -- -- ------- -----
000. Tho Shakers have been diminishing bought some cigars Morris dismissed Its suit to set aside

g in numbers for due and added $:.10 to his spoils and on the sale of seized chemical and dye I Uphold Confiscation of Patents ,'. <0 .# ...'-. .. ..
to .
years, ... ,
arriving at Punta Gorda Judge Morris pointed out that wben ,. y < !I' .. ... ..::--
their he scooped patents by the Alien Property Custodian "" .It '. -, I' 't' ", --
peculiar religion, no marriages I America .entered the war she adheredto .t1 = = .. :: ::: .
In /
v $8.50 at a filling\ station. From .
to the Chemical Foundation, Inc. "
"' "'
; being known in a colony and the St. the international convention for .:
here lie left in the direction! of Fort The decision rebuked the Govern $
Cloud colony is one of the last to be bidding poison gas "but It soon became Thought. rec.de AcU. What Are You Thinking? '
Myers and it is presumed that he for the bill ot
ment Including In com-
Abandoned. by this sort, only nix: of apparent that America would be =- _CO"c--=- :- .'0- -_- .....- .=-=--.'
the members went to that- city to continue in his plaint a series of conspiracy charges ""
being on the land at fighting on disastrously unequal terms
i expert financiering.Frank ; unsupported by evidence at the trial
this time. unless she should make lisa of all the | Obliteration Yes.#But Not Just Yet
I and refuted by the defense as well as
dread weapons being used l against her
Drexel Dudley, of St. Augustine by documents flied by the Govern
The Imperial Oil Company, u Florida by the toe. When Germany persisted Howard Elliott!
was! instantly killed and others ; ment. I president: of the Northern Pacifies Railroad -
concern with headquarters In her attempts to destroy her
Tampa will in riding in the car were injured, ;I In declining to.compel the Foundation I sounded a liujpiui putt when he told the Harvard Club
establish a terminal station with poison gas In contravention
when the auto in which they riding to restore the disputed patents that America i is ;
In Jacksonville, buildings and were of all International agreements, not gong to the dogs. Peculiarly, the peopleof

other accessories to cost in the neighborhood skidded on the! Dixie highway, a numbering some 4,700 and bought for she made M manifest that America's the greatest country in the world need to be remindedof
short distance 271,000, from the Government Judge
north of St.
of $250,000.: The plant will, The party was returning from Augustine Morris. held there was no evidence future safety lay In America's chemical this fact from time to time-usually prior to a national
if a trip Independence. The amendment to
present plan are carried out, bo bearing out allegation of a conspiracy election. Mr. Elliott that various conditions situations
to Jacksonville and it was ruining the act was passed !in the darkest says ,
completed and for
within tho next six ready months. heavily at the time, in passing another by American manufacturers to effect a days of the war (allowing the sale of and problems call for the attention of thoughtful intelligentmen.

car the machine skidded monopoly through the Foundation.The seized properties). It was thought
and hit
a He feels, however, in the light of national experienceand
telegraph pole. court ruled that there was no Paris was about to fall and the Channel

Harry Stephens owns an orange evidence of fraud or deceit practicedon ports be taken." These were the in the knowledge that when they are aroused the fact

grove near Stephvnson'a creek just The Texas Oil- President Wilson. Mr. Polk. Under circumstances said the opInion. that 99 per cent of the American people are conservativeand
: hat
north of the Clearwater city limits." Company reFent- "which Impelled Congress to grant the

An estimate of tho fruit on this grove ly cmnpleted detail, for the creatingof Palmer Secretary and of other State high; Attorney officials General of that Pri'iM' "nt th.. broad prtwerj of...almost! law abiding, there is no need to worry about the future.

'placed It at 605 boxes. An investigation a new district in their field of Administration. absolute ownership 'it was the Intent "We are not going to the dogs," said Mr. Elliott. "I predict

Friday led to the discovery that work. This new district will br of Congress to subordinate mere prop- that the next twenty-five fifty and 'seventy-five years wilT
known as the district of Florida with Garvan't Course Upheld erty rights to the welfare of) the na-
entire grove had been strippedof headquarters in Jacksonville. The opinion praised Francis P. Oar- tion." be the moat wonJsrful period of the world and the most

its fruit and a well worn path led entire ninth floor of the Graham Tk van, president of the Foundation and Of the value of the patents sold. glorious in the history of the United States. I

directly to the automobile camp for"tourists" Its trustees, II having met the most Judge Morris held. In accordance with
building has been leased to house the Conditions, situations and problems we will always have i
on Fort Harrison avenue, severe of test In their conduct of the the testimony that while Dr. Carl

showing haw the oranges had disap headquarters of this large oil company J'oundaUon-J.the test of actual trial." Holderman, a German asserted the with us. They are not peculiar to the times. They are the

peared. i.i this city.investigation They were declared by the court to Haber patents were worth 117,000.000 law of nature. If the problems of the world were solved !
to the Germans, "the evidence Is over
'__.__".u.L_ afford, through their high Integrity nations would wither and decay. There is always work to
Antonio Fernandez, 18 year old boy, of me affairs of the and unquestioned patriotism a thor whelming that they were and are I

of Tampa is 'dead and. Hallow Galen- Florida Bank &: Trust Company. of ough assurance of loyalty to their without substantial affirmative value do. Reaching perfection means arriving at obliteration, and

tine, 22, New York, is hold] without Gain '8Vi1IJ! resulted in the indictmentof trust "It has kept the faith," said ents to American been sold citizens.to Americans Had these at public pat the time is not ripe for that. j

i bond in the Illllsborough county jail most of the board of directors in the Judge court Morris of the Foundation found without work., merit rather than private sale and only. the :The outlook for the nation as pictured by Mr. Elliott is I

"I as the result of an alleged quarrel I addition to its officers, it being charged the Government's contention that the net proceeds paid to their former the outlook for practically every town and village in the

over a young woman. According to that unlawful loans were made, criminal laws were violated la that enemy owners these owners would land. Here and there we may find little business setbacks,

}, eye witnesses the two met cigar i- and in another that they made loansto Mr. Alien have suffered an almost total loss In
near a Qarvan as Property Custodian but in the main the advance is bound to proceed. When the

factory and after talking] excitedly : a director without authority. J. and thereby a public trustee the value of their property"Praises decade closes! we will find we have better streets, more

for a few moments, Fernandez T. McCarthy, chairman of the board, sold to himself as president of the Work of Foundation
scientific sanitation a greater for law intel-
respect a more
indicted I Foundation the As to allegations that the sale ,
turned away. Ballentine Is alleged to was on three counts in one patents In Question.He was
had acted by direction of President to obtain fair value ligent citizenship and a happier and more prosperous stats
have drawn revolver true bill and one in another. The not a but to promote
a and shot at
of will be the decline because will
Fernandez four times. One three counts in the first bill charged \Vllson and his acts supervisedby the Interests of the chemical and living. Charity on justice
the President under the Utter's have and for the
largely supplanted injustice the necessity
dye industries and that the
transaction -
went larceny, embezzlement and fraudulently
% through his head and another wide war powers granted by Congress In "hand out" will not be so great. The world moves on. All
was. legal effect granting a
i through his hand. He died in a local secreting of property. The other could not be brought to court.
indictment subsidy to private Industry. the Court we need do is guard the principles of the Republic from the
hospital a short time afterward charged embetxlement. Congress had not delegated legislative
two that seek, one to force us a greater measureof
Bond fixed commented. "this challenge to the groups upon
waa at $10,000 for each powers to President Wllsoa, as

Tampa police are confronted by the indictment. maintained by the plaintiff and the motives of the officers making the "democracy" and the other which aims at autocratic.

sale ls supported 1 think, neither control.
4 problem of courts could not nass judgment on by
1 combatting an
entirely Tim the wisdom or lack of wisdom of the facts nor the law Mr. Polk determined
new set of thieves, whose activitiesare chief engineer for the Presidential war acts. the public Interest would. be England gives as: another evidence of the fact that she is not so

confined to stealing the seats out Florida. Power Co., at their Dunnellon Judge Morris recited that although slow when she sends us news that 0,000 billboards have been dismantled -
best served by a wide use of the Inventions -
of automobiles, both back and front. power house, was killed in some unknown Colonel Thomas R. Miller, present in the tight little isle. One of these days the traveller may be
covered by the If
It was at first supposed that hoboes manner Tuesday afternoon.When I Custodian, who had approved two of the property was sold under patents.terms able to see something of rural America.

who ride into Tampa on the bumperswere the engineer was missed a the sales Involved verified the complaint .
and conditions that assured Its being New York society debutantes are experiencing a religious survival.

the culprits, but a search of all\ search was made and finally his mutilated In his testimony be Jimltted devoted to tbe public use It matters They are studying! The Psalms.

the hang outs failed to reveal any body was found mangled in that be could not enumerate any of not what benefits or detriments may ,,
the facts alleged to have bees with. Now that Stinnes is in the movies perhaps we may get a peep
comfortable beds made from auto one of the large water wheel Officials have flowed as Incidents therefrom.
held and suppressed from htm. behind the scenes and view more completely the new German money
believe "The property la In the keeping ofl'Ien
cushions, and the police are now that Baker was first "In view of this testimony and the grip on America while the mark marks time.

watching the vicinity of the theatres electrocuted and then his body fell obvious fact that the power to charge who have In It. management no

from where most of the thefts have from the pole upon which he had been persons with fraud and conspiracy Is selfish Interest to serve and whose deTotlon How many people know who is vice president of the Unltsd: States t
to the public Interest has been .
p been taking place on the hypothese working to the water below. The a weapon with which r.erioul trrema- -
I established continued the
A bootlegger thought to swindle his customer by selling
be done to Innocent Chicago'
that motorists with 'worn out cushions wires upon which he had been work- dlal Injury may "No better plan for devoting the .01' whiskey.! When he got home he found he had been

are getting away with new ones. ing carried 2200 volts. persons If such charges are lightly I I property to public use has been sag- pa:: counterfeit: b.lU.: There' many a slip 'twixt cop and lip.
made It is difficult understand! <
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Tutt's Pills I Lawtey, Feb 1st.-A daughter was Jules Kuinte camo home from R. A. \Yiekspent the first '4. Hazen of imnesvllle, "spout' t ul' for Sick Fowls 1

I born to Mr. and Mrs. Colon Miller on I Kendrick and spent Sunday with his of the week in Jiu-k-onvilla attending/ the week-end here with his parent.*, 4Ws
..em.m .h_quafU.u. and ---II. Dec. 22. family. to business. I, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hazen. MUSTANG K
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in transacting business in this vicinity last week here with relatives I ten, L. R. and II. P. Gainey ware visitors + Says Thm. F 1'1
II. Moore are spending a few days Ring imvt
to Starke Monday.\ I FnlU la.-"I have u..d.! Mexican "
; ItA'pJ rs JoShlEvEN Lakeland this week. Mrs. Moore andJ. Wednesday. MiiHtnnir Liniment .in my
G. W. Hazen spent Wednesday in i (or 24 yearn. My I (lalher. ;
,t Jr. returned home Sat- ranl :
T. Moore
I lumen kiss, who (fnunilcd.
Starke to business S. V. Andreu business visi- "
attending win> a
I the strum of IIn"I., .. I ,
M urday on account of the boy having Mr. Bohannon and Robert Blaneh- I KIKK "
used It hill
toy to Jacksonville Tunla, ,. in yiinl*and nlwat
IF ALL THAT GLITTERS been taking sick. and were visitors to Jacksonville Sun- recommended it to the fraternliy.
I A.o:. McKinney went to Brndon- II n a eotifnv curt tor .
I ISN'T (jOLt'TloIeR ; Ii..OT\ day. Snap; Uumklexnt and Sutllal
business town Wednesday where he has secured T. J. Dukes of Five :Mile win a II"" ... I would'" not umli>rtik.
OF PEOPLE SATISFIED WITH Enoch Griffis was transacting a position with the Seaboard rail visitor hero Sunday. to kiwp fowl*without hnvinn,
in Jacksonville Thursday.Dr. Larramore Rhoden of Jacksonville ( a bouIcolMuWuu.bawlily by.
17 -
1 --- I spent Sunday here with his father, I Lacy Doake, of 1 LaCrosse was a I .FREE. SDUVFNIH Wrftn fir, t IHMII.n bountiful' .
arid Mrs. E. L. Biggs/ of Starke Otis Rhoden. Lewis Shriver spent Wednesday in I visitor hero Sunday. .llpwolionB for u 'lnur, M..tan.wnz l \ ,"
I' want for family.il.n.. nl:: :amt I ';r
were visitors to Lawtey Friday -- livoNtiM, >liiiniliitiiltrv I.v"n" ,
Starke attending to business. $1.O" UHoutanrtkb. .VmUi1 ;, "i

; r tI W. A. Jones of Theressa was a visitor Mrs. Jim Groover hag moved from I Sold by Drug and General Stores

prI' Mrs. G. W. Brown Mrs. J.. T to Lawtey Monday. L. L. Morgan spent part of last her homo near Graham to the place i ( "
.ondr'r MEXICAN
Moore, Mrs. W. E. Torode and Mrs. week in Sampson City with relatives. recently owned by E. J, I.ewls.I .

Effie Miner were visitors to Starke Mr. SamuuU of Samuels & Com- I -
I ai
Thursday. :pany commission merchant of Philadelphia L. L. Morgan spent part of last Mrs. R. T. Osteen la spending! this i

Pa., was a business visitor week in Sampson City with relatives. week in Starke with her sister Mrs.P. I II
Mrs. Dozier Forsyth and baby of here last week. M. Barefoot
Burnell are-guests this week of Mr.'
l>. C. Andreu has moved out In the I
and Mrs. Enoch Grits
Nat Williams of Starke was transacting Pine Hill section to the place knownas Mr. and !Mrs. A. U Green were visIting

business in town Thursday the Godwin farm. relatives in the Dukes section
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Byran; of Starke ger of the Lawrence OuvclopinK ("o.,

were visitors here Sunday. Saturday. talked on the responsibility of thus" Individual
Fast Thinkin Boy E. E. Burney left Sunday for an Mrs. W. M. Hurrell and Marie Ka-

She: "Dearie, will you love me as Mils Wilma Blanchard is spa>>ig auto trip through South Florida' lie 'born, of Bradford were visitors hero Mrs Fowler, of Star ;E', spent Saturday Larson in building emphasized up a the community.Mr. importance -.

.. much in February as in August a few days in Jacksonville with her is expected home today. Wednesday and Sunday here with friends. of good homo* in relation to a !

He: "No Dumpling. sister Mrs. J. B. Dye. I' good '.
She: "Boho-o-oo--1 knew it." Rev. II. G. Eaton will nil his regular / L. A. Brown Is on the sick list this !Mrs Jane Osteon. of High Springs I'I community I
He Precious I can't. Even eck. Is upending some time here with her Mr. liornbeck secretary of the i
: "But of
Mr.and Mrs. A. W. Anderson appointment at the Lawtey Bap- ; <"j
I board of trade told of the ambitions
mother Emily
with leap year there are only twenty- Starke were guests of Mr.and Mrs. tist Church next Sunday.\ Everybody ;
of the
organization sad af what It
nine days in February while Augusthas George Anderson Sunday. invited. B. Y. P. U. every Sunday night. !
thirty." Everybody invited to attend. Supt. H. B. Wiggins of Starke was hopon to accomplish not only for

hero looking after school affairs on Keystone Height, but for all of
Mrs. Fortune Moulin of Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. Truby Willis and chil- northern Florida.

A Fairy Story ville visited her parents Mr. and Mrs dren visited relatives in Lae Butler I The S. A. L. carpenter gang has Saturday .

Once upon a time a beautiful lady M. Padgett Sunday and Monday. last Sunday. been repairing and painting the depot '

answered the telephone at her home. hero and it add much to the appearance Elder W. M. Moody\ and son, Luther At the weekly meeting of the Key- I

Sallie of the building. of LaCrosse, attended church at atone Heights board of triiile, held
"Hello dear came her husband's Mrs. Hattie Black and Mrs. Sheriff W. J. Epperson of Starke /

voice over the wire. "I'm so iorry- Reddish were visitors to Jacksonville was here on business Thursday.Ifafyourldiivprzq'. Rock Sunday Tuesday evening January 2'Jnd:! It

but I can't get'home to dinner this Sunday. I Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Thomas were now member! were reported. A constitution -
Mr. Colonial, of Starke, was> a visitor -
evening. I have work that must be visitors to Dukes Frida'. which hud been drawn up

done." Mrs. J. W. Andrews Jr., of Starke here Saturday and Mr. of Mvad- ,

The beautiful lady turned from the visited relatives here Thursday. Mrs. Millie Guiney, who has been I I vilie.

phone a deep fire of jealousy burningin .- visiting relatives in Jacksonville Mis.Hos! Loin and LotLIu Guinpy wore I 1 Reamer of Frunklyn PH., both spoke

her eyes. Quickly she pulled a new Robert Dinkins was a visitor to WithotttHoneyGost turned home Friday. shopping in Starke !Monday. to the member of the organization.Mr. .

Starke Sunday. Holt who has lived near Koyntono -
spring eportwenr hat over her golden
head drew a new $250 coat around You can make It eAsily at home. Royce Gainey win a business visi- School cKiHud here Monday, after a Heights for twenty-five years, I

shoulders, and rushing from the house Mrs. Leslie Grifiis of Maxville was Hastings' Seeds, Plants and, Bulbs, tor to Alachua Friday. term of four months and three weeks. gave n very Interesting talk In which .,
"The Standard of the South" are all hn told of the of the
she hailed passing taxi. the guest Sunday of Mr.' and Mrs. L. advantages
a A Marr. fully described with hundreds of actual Eurney Dowling, of Jacksonville Mrs. Emily Abbott, who has been Heights in regard to health. Altha, l I
"Drive to-Main street she I
photographic pictures in the new 1921Seed was a visitor here Thursday. sick for sometime is convalescing (poor. health may be found in neighboring
ordered with the command of Foch. This
a Book of the South. now .
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The taxi drew up at the curb of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Roberts I Hastings' Seed Catalog! is the great- - --- = towns !Mr. Bolt said that if a

the office building: a few moments la- : and Mrs. W. H. Miner motored to I eat and most useful Seed Book ever I SAMPSON CITY BOARD OF TltADK IIAN( lJE1' VI' circle eight miles, In diameter were

ter. Darting swiftly up the stain, Lake Butler Sunday. I published for the South. You need It, KKYSTONK; ; HEIGHTS: to be drawn with Keystone Height '
and we want you to have It entirely tho it would be found that
she threw open the door of her hus- Sampson City Feb. L-T. V. Williams lie center

band's office. Estella Barrett, who is living here free.We are also giving to each 1924 and R. F'. Purnell motored to The Kvyitono Heights board of malaria, fever sunstroke and many

He was working. with her grandmother Mrs. )I. E. customer 5 SLED!: PACKETS of Hawthorn Sunday trade banquet held Thursday evening; other maladies, are practically unknown -

i TIlE END Edwards, spent the week-end in Jack- BEAUTIFUL FLOWERS ABSOLUTELY Miss Ednaraa Smith is visiting her January 17th at Keystone Inn, IImli I within that circle.

sonville with her mother, Mrs. W. O. FREE. The new Catalog tells all father E. 11. Smith in Gainesville I well attended in spite of the -l.u-:

How it Happened Barrett about It and gives "every care for the this week. !greeable weather.Mr. Guests ut Keystone Inn during the
i consideration of tho buyer for purchasing F. M. Walrath toastmaster,
'past week were Mr. and Mrs. Wm. U.
A pretty young actress a stammerer and planting seeds, bulbs and Mr. Powell of Starke was a business
Miss Louise Blanchard Introduced the speakers of the evening E.
of Titus- Morgan of Indianapolis, Ind. Mr.
plants, says the Seed World Review visitor here one day last week.
ville is few here who some interestingtalks. / 1)) Forrcl and of I'ltlatkaII'! .
Knew acting in theatres would "ham" spending a days I We want you to have and gave very family,
Frank Jones of Cli>rmont, is visiting -
her A with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. keep the wonderful new See( Bookin n. K. }Fordo of I'alutka, Mr. G. K.VYlKgjn .
Blanchard.Mrs. your home for ready reference at his mother, Mrs Smith. Mr. J. II. Lawrence spoke of the of Green Cove Springs Mr.

Producer (film genius) all times. Write for It now. A postcard Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Parnell, Joe S. development of Keystone Heights Reamer, of Meadvlllc, Pa., Mr. and

Engaged her as Venus. J. J. McLeod and Mrs. Chas. will do. It will come to you by Williams and sinter Mamie, Ethel and the commendable manner in Mrs. I). T. Reamer of Fronklyn Pa.,
The of the "in
rest story's camera. return mall.H.
Dinkins went to Jacksonville Thursday G. HASTINGS CO., SEEDSMEN Varnes and Louis Parrish motored to which each individual< there has Mr. W. W. Blakcly, of Franklyn, 1'..

Good Old Days to hear Gipsy Smith. ATLANTA' GA. Starke Saturday evening. worked to further that ,development.

R. L. Gibson, of Gainesville, spent Mr. Whetmore, president of the The Keystone Heights basket ball

1 1 "The old gaey mare had her faults, W. E. Torode was called to Tallahassee Sunday here guest of friends Chamber of Commerce lit Hend r on- teu.tI will play Starke Saturday af

J, But you didn't have to jack her nigh Friday on business connected HIGHLANDHighland W. II, Smith has purchased a Ford ville, N. C., spoke of the organization/ ternoon Feb. 2nd, at Keystone
forefoot and whirl it around about
with the hard road. T sedan. there, and of what it is accomplishing ( Heights
seventeen times to get her started on Jan. 31st.IissIar! Whetmore
In conclusion Mr.
a cold February morning.Wahoo garet Long of Starke was a business L. L Johns was a visitor to Stark
J Fred Smith of Ware, Mass., was praised the spirit of co-operation and l.lAyinyour/ plans carefully now
(Nebr.) News. the guest Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. visitor here Friday. Saturday evening. enthusiasm prevalent at Keystone may help you have hog to marketIn
J. K. Wimberly of Deland and II. C. Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Smith and chile
fall time when
A. M. Blanchard Mr. Smith was a Height. summer or early a
Good Guesser Wimberly,. Jr. of Orange/ Park visited! dren, of Hawthorn spent Sunday her
the market Is least crowded.cdnother .
resident here 29 years ago. He was Mr. Edwin Larson general mans hog/
Doctor "Perhaps you would preferto on his way to St. Petersburg wherehe relatives here Friday and Saturday.J. guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Smith.

pay $50 down and the balance $5 a will spend the winter. C. Yoakum. of Tampa arrived I Mr. McCraney and con, of Louise,

month. Monday and is employed Inthe Sea- were visitors here Sunday.

Patient (just recovering from operation Charles Dinkjns went to Jacksonville board office here. Frank Warren of Gainesville, spent

) : "Sounds like buying a car." Sunday to hear Gipsy. Smith. E. W. Cox visited friends at Law- Sunday here. I Ii i-xiiAb Dr

Doctor: "I am." tey Saturday.J. Mr.( and Mrs. W. II. Smith, of Hawthorne -
T. Marr returned Friday from a C Cv
J.T. Quigley of Starke was traas- spent Sunday hero guests' of
Averted visit with relatives at Titusville amiMima. .
Calamity acting\ business h.r. Monday. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Smith.

: Absent-Minded:: Man: "Mary, have Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Old limn, of

you seen my hat?" Enoch Griflis motored to Burnall Citizens of Highland are glue to Graham spent Sunday hero with Mr

Mary: "Why, Henry! It's on your note that the work on the Bradford l
and Daytona Friday and returned and Mrs. W. II(. Smith. de

head." I home Sunday county road la progressing so rapidly. !Mr. and Mrs. Clara Brown and Bon nlra .d.<
So it is. I At of convictsis -.
A. M. M. "Gracious
: present a gang :
Adus, motored to Starke :Saturday af ,
nearly went out without I it." i A. M. Blanchard transacted business clearing rightofway and preparingto ternoon. I

I in Starke Tuesday, !trade within two hundred yards of I flail Prllctt, of Gainesville, visited
Your Guess Now the railroad station. I
I friends, here Sunday/ evening.
lIe stood in the street at midnight Misses Beth and Winifred Wimberly
-I r iI DR
Lester Lake QRt
Grills and Arthur Wilker- Ray Goodgo has returned to I
As the autos homeward sped. visitors to Jacksonville Mon _.
lion of Maxville were in town Satur- were City after a visit here with his mother I
He much struck by the .
was very day. day.E. Mrs. M. )K. Goodgtr and other relatives
moonlightBut G. Moore joined G. H. Barker in
that isn't why he is dead. Jacksonville Monday and motored to :
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Newsome of Mr. Harris of Gainesville, was a :

Starke visited relatives here Sunday. St. Augustine on a pleasure trip. business visitor here Saturday.

Information Bureau .I W. M Wimberly returned to Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Parnell and Miss I '
The ship was lying in the harbor ofa after few : Reason 'JPllY
Sunday spending
the' T. J. Terry is spending a few days I I a Ednara Smith motored to Gainesville
Southern town, when one of days here the guest of relatives.Mr. .
this week transacting business in Al- Monday
natives went on board and addressed and Mrs. H. G.
I achdu and Columbia counties. Wimberly returned E.; I). Jones of High Springs spent
the cook, who was Irish: Monday from a trip to Houston I.
the week-end here with friend, and The Buick Third Member
"Are you the mate? ho asked. I Texas and other points of Inter-
Mack Iman of Jacksonville was relatives.
"No," said the cook: "but O'im the ; est in Texas and of visit ,
a couple days -
transacting business in Lawtey Mon- Frank Warren and Mr. McCraney Buick can drive through a third member,
man as boils the mate. I to Mr. and Mr*. W. R. Wimberly
day. of Louise have accepted employmentat not the springs. The spring, only sup-
and, family at Madison Fla.
Safety First B. M. left for the lath. mill here. port the body and assure easy riding, A
W. M. Bryan, J. A. Howe Troy Wimberly Tuesday It. .F. Parnell and Hirnm; Jones
Doctor: 'But surely my good man his home at Sparr after relieving H. Buick rear spring accidently broken cannot -
Bennett and T. L. Willis were visitors were business visitors to Gainesville
you weren't so simple as to look" for to Starke Saturday C. Wimberly a
an escape of gas! with a match? a couple of weeks car. The! Buick axle remains in fixed

Patient (between gasps): "Well
safety match." Mrs II. R. Sapp was shopping in HOW'S THIS ? position. Consequently the adjustmentof
doctor it was a
Starke Thursday. To Cure a Cold in One Uura Buick four-wheel brakes is not affected
Ti LAXATIVE BROW' QI'INI'I! : (Tllhlr.t. ,
do what w* claim for II-rlJ your .yatem the deflection
Mere Piffle ttr"the(ou4h and work "f by of the spring
E'rli.laII., ... .'.... or Catarrh or Deafness caused by
Allen Thornton of Starke was a 'obi E. W. LJ Father (looking over school report Catarrh. .-n.lt.NP
vUitor here Saturday.C. HALF'S CATARRH MRDrCINB! con-
) : "Ahem, well Ion, I see you al." of an Ointment which Quickly
had seven bad marks." Florida' bee products total abouta l&.ollev. th. catarrhal' Inflammation and When better automobiles arc built
doesn't C. McCommick of Waldo visited quarter of a million annually. It th* Internal Medicine, a Tonic which I
"Well that
Modern Son: act through the Klnod on thMucou
amount to much at the present rate friends here Sunday is a paying business. Try it. Springis / Surfaces 1 condition, thua.. ...,inilng to rMKire normal ,I Buick, will build themLAKE
the beat time to start.
of exchange. Hold by dru.rlati r l for over 49 Tear. I
Misses Beatric. Howe, Eunic *'. J. Cheney A Co.. Toledo O.
Whitehead and Pearl Grlffl visited Spraying the Irish potato with
A sign in the window of a Dubuque crop CITY BUICK COMPANY
relatives and friends in Starke Satur- 6-5-60 bordeaux mixture is the recommended An early start, good land good
(Ia.) shoe shop reads: J M. Smith, M -r.
satan day and Sunday. method of controlling the seed, good fertilizing right sprayingat
let cover your and Union Counties
"Ladies us I Baker Bradford Columbia
disease known as late blight the proper time-the.e things together I
keel. I
Charli. Wilkerson of MaxrlU WM ought to bring success to the
When better automobiles are hui'f, Rulck will built! th-J-n!
this shopping in town Saturday. Farming is the aoLiMt profession. watermelon farmer.
Let's pay as we go J I




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Bradford Gaudy Political Annotinceiu s :

Whatever may be said regardingthe FOR SHERIFF j I ROIED., f fI

I:. i'J\ 'ubli hed weekly and entered as sincerity of purpose of Mr. Bryanin .J. hereby announce myiolf a candidate for I
Sheriff of Bradford I
county and tf elected
,second class matter at the postoffice the punt and the public opinion is proml.o efficient administration of the she.-
somewhat conflicting upnn the point. m'a/ olr' ,oe. 1 stand for law enforcement, ; --...,.-" _. -h._ ", :" "
xiually, applied to one and all. without fearor ,74.n : ./
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at Starke, Florida The Herald is forced to the opinion favor. 1 shall! appreciate, the support of I (" .' --:
.. .. .. the voters at the primary June 8rd. 7/
= that in his latest announcement in W. M. (MI'I'CUEDWARDS.. I ( :.''i, "" : :'. \. :; ',' WAL (:; /
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C. MATTHEWS. Editor and Owner
advocating the nomination of Dr. A. I h.rrby -;ntvself; ;; I .,,_. ": ;,...1.. .,." : .' .... ... +.. .,..... I '" -
announce a candldnt I ''CJWA.-.J.
A. Murphree, of Gainesville, for the re-election to the office of Sheriff of Bradford .. '-.' --If, .... .. "" B
Democratic nomination for president county. If ro-olncted I will', a* In the put, I .. I
I PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY apse no palm I In the full discharge, of all the } .) ', LASSOED; ;; BY :fJ
ho has, at least for once, resorted to duties of the office, and I earnestly lotion the I ": '
support of the voters the ;
at ensuing primary 'f'
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j the crudest sort of political! trickery Hopoctfullyt W. J. EHi'aUSON.: A TENDERFOOT -

SUBSCRIPTION RATE ; No word of criticism of Dr. Mur- r hf.nhy. announce myself aa a candidate "'V ...&'\ rt: ""' .. I.:, Z;.. .

Per Year ____ __. ________ __ ____$2.00 phree as a gentleman and a scholar for nequalntfid ahvrttl,. with of Urauford the dutira aount of)'the. I office am well and ., :: /::?'

,I con honestly be uttered. He is a man protniiiv .If elected, to dlnchBrue them to the I /
? ----- of high character, of prominent utmost of my. nblllty, with equal juntlee to i ,
all. I eorniMtly solicit the support of tha /r.
standing, a leader among the educational votvra at the anttuinir primary. iI s ::;: y

I i forces of Florida, and ono A. .B.:..._ALVAREZ. i I ; ..... .. .c.,:.0
whom influence for good upon the FOR TAX: ASSESSOR F /
, I I am a candidate for nomination to tho office i I .f v0 4. "r ra
"> h i r thi- state has been strongly of county a... wor of .taxis of Uradford ,(.. :':>
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, connty and reMpectfully solicit your oo->pcrn- '
I I mil rk11. tlon and supiiurt, In the Drmocratic primary i I' :\ ;...:
I election to be held Juno a. l9'JI aiuure you tplClyp 'f I Rut' however great his attainments that 1 deeply appreciate. tho confldunce .....d : .
|I'( heicin not and cannot be the slight. support you have given me In the punt and NE" aOQ '"'" /'
truit that 1I
my otriolal record may have your i 0 .
fit possibility of his nomination for approval for another torm I '.."?cttull)'. '
I I + president at the approaching Democratic -
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1 t. National Convention, and the FOB TAX COLLECTOR
No. 4951 I hcrfliy announce to the public that I ama
Herald believes that Mr. Bryan candidate for re-election to the office of ,
(Membership in National Highway county tax* collector subject to the will of '
knows this Surely, with all his political the people at the coming Democratic primary ,
Association) the Commoner oh'ction to I be hold June :). 1W1\ I'rnmiplnk, '
sagacity must
If re-elected, the name personal court conn and w.
.- be aware of the fact that in these .>(Tcf'nt! unrvlce In the future ,.. In the I..t. .
J I will appreciate. voUSincerely
s: BRADFORD COUNTY SOILS days of practical politics..only wide- your E. W. tAYES.I'

,1'. ly known men of great experience in j I I hereby announce-myself n candidate for i iI .
Bradford county is blessed with a the administration of public affairs i j I the office of tax colli-ctur. of Bradford aount"j) J
''I solicit the aupport of the voters of
; variety of soils suitable for any prod- and whose attitude upon great public I I)'. and If eluctecl r. promise a faithful .
ucts that will grow in this latitude. questions is well known throughout I Itht I chnricff of the duties of said office II..">d.// 11 '":'\ .
: fully submitted H M. VOWLJ : I 1 I a// ::1/1'/..
;. Each class of soil can be made to \. country, will be considered for I j! ME'Iny.R-i lfrni'LUI>-I>TST.:" G1. I JIV tlJ NI1JIIi'

grow these products, yet each separate this! important office either in the con- Die friends of Rvv. L, W. Kicklitcr ask for
'1 class hiii reflection member of the Board of j ) 1 I IJlilp
is more suitable to one or vention or at the polls. Lacking a na- aa a
{ I'uhlic Inntruett for dmtrlet No 1 of Urad ;
1 more particular plant than oth- tion-wido ford Mr. KlckliUr the utmost
any acquaintance or organization county.flutlnfnrtlon during the lout neernl given terms h..1- sf I I I t"wsrgt, l 2 Jy j i.u ;, r. /
er. which such a candidacy requires,. hna served on the board and w.. conn liter It ,.. U'rtxayTC 1>?

I All along the eastern border of the practically unknown throughout the to that the his. Interest services of bo the continued.voter and the county I ,

county the soil Is a rather stilt sandy country as a political factor, the presentment MANY FRIENDS -- rt'you -- -

I loam, which has a tendency to pack of Dr. Murphree's name NOTICE: OF APPLICATION-FOR PARDON !>

after rains and to retain water. This become Take notice that i will on March 11, 11(21. i
would simply a formal
i or a. soon thereafter as J may be heard apply .
is the strawberry belt, and the soil ture without since hope of support for a pardon for Cheater Graham who I
i' I will convicted! of murder at the spring trim 1
seems to have been made to order for : from any responsible or Importantsource. of the Bradford county circuit court In luly 11eedr ftJfJllv--

this plant, which loves moisture and 1014. Anyone. dfftirlnff may then bo heard on
the merits of the application i
a firm soil. It is also excellent for t' HODGES.
,Ile 1 Mr. Bryan, at present, seems to 1-25-21-2-1 'lr''r; ,. for ', itlonor. |
t cabbage and onions at! well as sugar have two great aims in life. First, f "- What do you think of this plucky Given his choice he decided en a
This land ? He is W. C. White and he future of music: and before the
J cane. is rather flat and to be elected from Floridato FOR CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT man ,
nerds ditching delegate I hereby announce my HP If a eandlilate. for lives in the little town of Inglenook tenth session of the school had
the Democratic National Convention re-election to the office of Clerk of the Circuit
Alabama. he "turned loose" from
Birmingham passed was
of the
i West of this belt curt Bradford county nubject to
the watercourses, and second, to be instrumentalin action of the votern at the coming primary I[ When a child three ;yeare old he the school as a finished and accomplished And then White broadened onft.
U t" which all run toward the west and defeating Oscar Underwood for June fird. I appreciate the duties of this Important fell against a sharp cornet of a musician.: In 1014 he bought out and there
office, but tool l that I qualified
a- Houth, have deeper channels, the land the nomination. to discharge them. Having served am the polo I table and tore out one of his eyes. While still a boy, White gave after managed a baseball teamA
tfi r y Is more rolling and has aften a good lie before, the voter are well able to judire ;year later he was totally blind. piano recitals tn Birmingham that which netted him a small fortune.t
'' ;: natural drainage. Ills candidacy for delegate, so far I .. to my fltneM for the office, and If they Ills parents were extremely poor caused a sensation. But b. was While engaged in these pursuits heorganised
I' This has made the choose to elect m. I promise faithful and
soil has failed to arouse any noticeably efficient service. Your support la reflpectfuly < Be was suit away to the School not satisfied to stop here. With an orchestra of eighty
deep and mellow, and it is suit favorable sentiment. Up to this date solicited.___Q w. _A.I!: >.IoRMAN'1: j for the Blind at Talladega. Alabama his earnings be became a partner pieces became Its leader, business
; able for corn, cotton, potatoes, tobacco only after country doctors and General Manager of the White manager and owner and as a sided
I early vegetables and peach trees. it has fallen flat. Generally, the pa- I 1 hereby announce. myself' ,a candidate m* I aid he would not only bt a and Wallace Oarage at Inglenook. line learned shorthand and typewriting
The best type of this land is found pers In this state, are opposed to him. the office of County Judge of Bradford coun cripple for the rest of his ipe 11\ Despite his blindness he mastered becoming expert both.

along/ Water oak and New River but It is felt that he would attempt to the ty. terms 1 refer I have the voters held, this to offict my record In the dunnir put. would probably die gl 90 Insane. every detail of the automobile and Today White ".fj lnc1ud l in the
; dominate the delegation, create discord -' and I earnestly count their support at the Bat 4ren ae a mall, underlie, so well informed was eo. "more than rich class. is tatereeted .
there Is much of it around the lakes, coming primary. If elected, I promise to I weak boy be decided that life w, mechanical standpoint yiat he be- in a doien enterprises all
within the ranks, and destroyany discharge the dull. of the office to the best '
+ i in the Hampton and Brooker sections: which the of my ability according, to law and without I I sweet, so be determined. o 'ante an authority. s I'i of which are paying proposition
prominent position fear favor GEO. A. .ARD1NER. <
I and in the southeastern' portion of the or .
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where the lake
county, region of Clay
wise attain. His record, in Nebraska
and Putnam '
counties begin. This .
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instructed delegate foi I --
as an --
land often contains O ] II
hardwoods as national I Florida's bee products total about I the bet school of its in '
well as pine. Champ Clark in the convention size Starke, Missionary Society next Monday afternoon .
The big held at Baltimore in 1912, is stil I 'I fa quarter of a million annually. It Tht Glory of Motherhood," will I 3:00: o'clock at the church.

tween the lakes swamp around and be- fresh in the public mind. The Democrats IP is a paying business. Try it. Springis be tne subject ol sermon at 7:30: 1'. mAll ., Mrs. W. E. Middleton, president.
west of Starke
wan P the best
drained of Florida are firm In the belie) time to start. are cordially Invited to attend
many years ago, amTmuch of
'.; the reclaimed land. is high enough for I that the tttate should be represented I | W. E. DAUGHERTY, IMPTIST! CHURCH BULLETIN

building sites and cultivation. This in the next convention by delegate I +.......++++++++++++++++++++-H Minister.METHODIST .

is the l ideal land for celery and, blue- who will be truly representative ol f WANTED-Responsible man or woman j The daily reading of the Bible con
their constituents and of their view!s in every community in South : CHURCH
s berries. Other products that will do : I Church I tinues. Last week 22,778 verses: were
well rice and not exclusively representative o1themselves. f Florida to take subscriptions for Services
are cane, cabbage and on reported by those present on Sunday.
Miami Herald. the Tampa Daily Times. Liberal "-.
the highest spots, peanuts. i hove thy church, 0 God! Such reading will surely bear fruitin
1 1III'
----- commissions, all or spare time. For "
The different classes of soil haw INDIANA write Circulation Department ++ .++++t i +4t++++ -++++}++ j I'Her walls before me stand, character. .
z no dcmirkation lines, and their locations Dear as the apple of thine eye, At the morning service next Sun-

q; are indicated only in a general The Tampa Times, Tam- RESBYTEKIAN And graven on thy hand. day, the pastor will conduct the third\,

way. Isolated areas of every kind Here's a poem on Indiana which pa, Fla. 12-14-tf i I study class on "Stewardship and Missions -

are found. For example, within a | has not appeared In print*often, but FOR SALK-Good runner seed peanuts This is Thanksgiving' month. For her my tear shall fall, ." Striking methods are usedin

J one-mile radius of Starke, spots of I it probably is the way li\ food: many at 7 cents per pound. F. :M. We have many things to be thank- For her my prayers ascend; order to impress the truths on the

each kind lire found. There lire also prople feel who are expatriated from White & Son, Lake I'ark, Ga. ful for, but we are especially grate- To her my cares and toils be given, minds of the auditors, some of which

spots of alluvial land cant of Starke I llooslerlnnd for one reason or anoth l-18-4t. ful for the results of prohibition in Till toils and cares shall end.Sunday will not be forgotten in a long time.

and Lawtey and went of Highland\ er. The poem was written by Flora the United States.: school at 10:00 a. m., E. K: Everybody bring pencil and paper for

which when drained, cnn hardly/ be I Livengood Smith, of Melbourne. FOR SALE-Nursery stock Missionary Roger W. Babson, head of the Bub- Tcrryman, superintendent. notes on the lesson. Eleven o'clock

surpassed for productivity and the I was born in Indiana, strawberry plants, $2.75 per son Statistical Institute, under date ,, Preaching by the .pastor, Rev. L. B. the service begins.

t :finest\ kind of tobacco could bo grown And it's somehow home to me, 1,000 f. o. b. Judsonia, Ark. J. II. of July 11), 1923, said: Simpson, at 11 a. m and 7:30 p. _m, I The evening service at 7:30: when

there. The only extensive swamp ;, Tho' the Southland's full of beauty, Moore, local v agent, Lawtey, Fin. "The great Improvement in business every Sunday. the second sermon in the series on

I still undrained lies north of Santa I Nature's hand jtfis lavished free; 118St. which followed the war, and Is Epworth League Sunday evening at "Three Things Love." The Bible

;* __}'. lake.'h'n this swamp shall Flowers bloom brightly all the season LADIES-Have your hair combings so clearly shown by the Babson chart 6:43.: school meets at 9:43 a. m., and II. Y.

,I I, 1 have been drai led.it will furnish an I Dird's sweet warbling fill the air, made into switches. Per stem $2. B. wa i very largely the result of the influence Prayer meeting Wednesday evening I P. U. at fiiSO: p. m. A welcome is extended -

1'i unsurpassed\ soil for sugar cane, And I know I should be happy, Cut hair at $2.00 per stem. All bf prohibition. and the salvageof at 7:30.Business: I the public to share in the work

( ..' L So far new settlers have preferred Out, somehow, my heart's buck I hair not used returned. I do the our former wmte of two billion meeting of the Woman's '''and worship of the church.
I : to locate near the towns. But the j jI there. I work personally. :Mrs. J. I. Howie, dollars or more each year due to the

hard surfaced state road and the Improved I I KUfke. l-25-4t: liquor traffic. I know of no other way

county roads will tend to extend : Hack where wave the rustling corn -- to account for the great impetus in : C

the settlement to the regions be- nVIdi FOR SALE OR RENT-The R. R. home building, the tremendous: numbers
yond. No place In the county Is evermore Back where blooms the clover Wynn farm. See L. A. Wynn, at 1 of new automobiles purchased' ': BEWARE OF THE

I. than seven miles from a rail- sweet Hampton, or F. A. Scott, Starke. the larger volume of department !

I way station, so there will be no long 21tf. i store sales, accompanied at the same r r lea IfiaI A!
Back where Is soft velvet
grass as I uu
hauls of produce for shipment Wa. time by a continued swelling of savIngs ,
Like 'neath the feet-
a carpet
tercourses, to take care of the farm bank deposits, when the tendency '
Down there in the dear old orchard Is Your Health Slowly -
drainage are abundant. Rural mail of business as a whole should
normally -
Laden with its white bloom i
pink ;
delivery routes and schools "
are never have been downward.
Oh, I'm tired of orange blossoms, Slipping Away? i a ,
far away. Good well water Is easily Such a result Is worth while pre-
Tired of all their sweet perfume. .
procured, wood is abundant and local "
: !serving and improving. That is the

C sawmills furnish lumber for building. Starke 1'eople Advise You to Act la job of the Anti-Saloon League of
Then I want to see the winter, Time.Is i I
The many advantages of Bradford America. Our
purpose is to continue :
See the fall
county will be known soon, when the snow once again. the nation-wide
I Drifting in its! pure white stillness failing health making you uneasy building of public :,
tourist travel becomes general. Bet- and unhappy! Arc you tired weak i sentiment and to keep fit and at work''
Over hill and vale and
ter get you a farm now, while prices I plain, and dup.nua'?! :butter daily backache
d are low and you have the privilege of See the icy frescoed windows and stabbing, rheumatic twinges of the law of the I
choosing location that suits Hear the storm of wind and sleet Then look to your kidneys The kid- law-makers
your Feel the bliss of changing/ seasons, neys are the bloixl-rtltrr" Once they who enacted It and of the law en-
; l ncy. weaken, the whale ty-tem n upset. ;forcement omclals_who are endeavorIng .
Winter's cold and summer's heat.If You have dizzy: spells, headache and | to enforce It. If you have been r "5'. I I II
i WHY THE \U.\U"1; urinary irrriru'nritieYou' feel all
desire had wings to bear mo worn-out. Use Donn's Pills-a stim- reading the American Issue you know i

I1) Two Irishmen watching Shriner'sparade. I would soon be home once mole, ulant diuretic to the kidll(,' Thousands how' big that Job is.-Ernest H. Cher
recommend Doan' (lime Is :rington. L. L. D., Litt. D.
With old friends to cheer and love me Starke proof:

Who are those fellows, Mike? As In happy days of yore; Mrs.( C. L. Underhill', (" crry says: Sunday school at 10 a. m.

They're. Shriners. Yes, I'm homesick, why deny it ?- "When I lint down, I had to brace my Preaching' service at 11 and 7:30p. Don't lay a dollar against the lure of chance.
arms in order to get out of a rhair. I 1 m.
And what are Shriners For the things that used to be; felt tired-and I had to /hold somethingto ; fordfal invitation to public.T. If you've a dollar you don't need, plant it as one more

I Why, they are Masons. !, Though I love the sunny Southland I keep from ailing, Bran's Pills ;: .. J. HEDGES seed, in the Savings Department of this Bank. An idle
li Sure and'what the devil do they Indiana's home to me. from Mitchell's Drug Ft re cured the' ,
dollar in the is Add it
trouble." Minister. pocket an invitation to spend. to
a, want now? They're gettin' $18 a Price COe. It all deale-n Don't your Savings Account and it immediately becomes an

t 1 day. A good rule in agriculture: Don't simply uk (or n kidney r'I1\o..dY-stet CHRISTIAN= active earning power.It .
plant as a money crop what you see Doan s Pil!.- :.l'm.l' tv-t Mrs. only takes a dollar to open an account at this Bank.
All previous record were eclipsed I Underhill I-nd. I.'tcr.' !lili.u, n Co.,
everybody else planting on a big "Defects of Modern Religion" will
Mfrs., BulTa,, .-:. Y.
Saturday at the Lakeland municipal scale. jl be the subject of the
/ -- sermon nut TilE BANK= OF STAUKE

t .buyers platform when three carload Two transfers of Palm Beach oceanfront i Sunday at 11 a. m. The Dank of Service

of strawberries went out to northern Many subscriptions to the Telegraph property for a total considera- I Text, "For though they keep up a I Helpful .

markets. In addition to these i three i will expire February 1st. Sendin Lion of $1,000,000 were male recently i 1 1t form of religion, they will have nothing ;, STARKE. FLA.

cars there were 8 freezer by $2 and get the paper 15 months. by t 1[. C. Bartholomew and the firm <( to do with it at a force" 2nd Tim. ',

the total receipts for the eJttlress'J of Green &: Dietsch, Palm Beach con-I :3:5. I

ning up to 13,883 quart .. Farming Is the noblest profession. tractors. 1 Bible school at 10 a. m. We have



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G. W. Alderman and son. Jay, were Joe Etlvrards, Jr., Lillian Sternberg

in Lake Butler Sunday. Billy Long, Gloria Johns Vera Claire
Robinson, Nettle fowling, Frances

.1 I liils: of JLoculInformation @ Mrs. Strickland has returned to IX'e! and Sinclair Peek Jr., Martha HOTEL MARION

Jacksonville after with her and
: a visit Billy Powell. Esther and Sam

mother, Mrs. GUI, at the Hotel Ma Simpson, J. L. Brooks, Dorothy Rich, STAHKE. FLORIDA

rton.Mfrs.. Miss\ Olive Ray and Mrs.\ G. C Collins


Concerning Our People, Business ana f G. C. Sweat had as guests on LILLIAN CARRIH' lllUrimvt I In the Center of tile City

Progress in the County and Town. Monday her father, A. B. Davis, and PARTY i I 'Exct'llent Rooms-Excellent Meals

brother, J. F. DjXia" of Keystone I

I Heights.Mr. .
Little Her Miss friends Lillian Carrie entertained afl'rnoon I ASK THE TRAVELING MAN
Saturday -
C. F. Barber, ofLawtey, made a George C. White returned Tuesday and Mrs. Jay Alderman, of from I
3:30: to 5-30, thcTinppj oc II
business, trip to Starko Monday. from a business trip to Hawthorne.Mrs. Jacksonville, were here the first of elision being a celebration of her 8th I
the week visiting his Mr. and
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Peanut seed. All B. Kite went to Jacksonville Mrs. G. W. Alderman. birthday anniversary. IAhiefy et
varieties at J. After presenting\ the charming lit- were presented guest |prize + and the .hnnleli'rVI'" d lei, I
I'. Kiukliter's.W. this week for medical treatment. luh's.: Sallie M ..f '
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jr tle hoi teas with presents the children Bennett Clyo, with+( pink tulle and ferns.
Andrews S. c., nnd :Mrs J. W l Killi.in, of
{ Serving mints wera Misses\ :\1.11'
Mrs! E. M\ Johns spent Wednesday went to Jacksonville Monday to hear jobs') in playing games and contests i(
S. Blakely Is acting agent at in Jacksonville.See Mabel Garrison, and while in the city I Vonda I Inman was given as a prize u Black Mountain, N. C. i'uarel Holding and Margaret Pomher
the office while box of brittle for the The hostess served n delicious mil- Ion.
express Mr. Hoffmanis were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Law- peanut: pinning
leaf in the rabbit's mouth and ad course with Atuft'ed''dates hotchOC'olato Mrs neuter's ,
away. me before buying: your bean I rence Adams. ns a orchestra ptn\ I
seed J. F Kickliter. consolation prize Merrill McMillanwas and whipped cream Salted throughout the evening

. Carr Colley and Earl Roberts, of II Genuine Livingston Globe tomato presented a largo stick of peppermint pecans: the were game.Enjoying served. on the tables during The bridegroom's gift to the brid.WHS \ ..

the University of Florida K:. M Porter of Tallahassee candy. an automobile.
spent ,
.... .. spent seed in bulk at Kckllter's.stQC81II0 ) the affair with Dr. andMrs.
with relatives. aunaay) with uoo. u. unit The rink and white color motif waR Airs. Rennold was before her nun

--.- -- ..-. i i eaiTiud, i out In the decorations and in Biggs\! were Mr. and Mrs. O. I.Beanley .. tinge Miss Ervina Johns of Starke,
---- / I !Mr. al\lIMn. J. W. Andrews, "
lImll1mrnllm"mmmmClI Fin Mr. Rennnldi Is
Airs. A. A, Smith SC7Ptr the delicious refreshments off ice connected with
and Mrs. Charles Mrs Mamie Carrie spent Thursdayin Jr, Mr, nnd 1 !Mrs F )'. Stump Mr. the Seaboard Air Line
Teare of ('rl'UIIClUd cake The birthday cnko Railway. Both
Lawtey were visiting in
Jacksonville. and 1 Mrs. N. Sturnborg, Mr. and Mrs.G. .
Starke wns white rind ornamented with eight hate many friends in Ralolffh.-Raleigh -
Wednesday.C. : I >uririuMKS. pink taerll.! The !gifts were rubborhnlls' M Inman, Curl Koborts, J. J. Tru- (N. C.) News.
I by Miss Mabel Weller. Mrs. J. W.
F. Barber and son, J. W. Barber C Manning spent Sunday in l for the boys and for the girUlittle
Jacksonville.All Killian of Black Mountain, S. C.,
ft 'Lawtey, were business visitors to : ( +tanaltltnllit< tailxpmtl. pink baskets filled with nut", und Mrs. Sallie 1\1. Bennett, of Clyo, S. C. A CURIOSITY

Starka on Tuesday. i iI; : JOHNS ENTI RT.tINID; W. candy. Each gUllet also received u
varieties garden and field seed l blight colored in different shapes.
I I C. T. U. cap :MRS. SCOTT HOSTKSS TO CIRCLE The other day when J. M. Mitchellwas
Tho U. D. C. will meet next Wed- '' at Kieklitcr's. The invited !guests were Pauline ONE I fishing in Patagonia' pond, east

nesday afternoon at 3:30: at the. home Miner Evelyn Marjorie and Lillian! of Starke hu cnpturcfj a female aqua- .,

of Mrs. T. C. Morris. j I Mrs. Kate Davis returned Tuesday The annual dues paying social of Stump Sara Hope and Georgia Circle ono of the Baptist !Missionary bola, just about to deposit her egbrs/:
I from Gainesville where she the Woman's Christian Temperance Hnynen Lillian Pjernberu, Eunice The
society met at: the homo of !Mrs.F. eggs are as largo a" peach stones
Miss Aileen Mrs Union was held Thursday afternoonat CiinoMi, Martha Powell Lena Belle
Alvarez Glass.
spent the A. Scott last Thursday afternoon, und !Mr. Mitchell brought home n cr>u-
week-end in Jacksonville with her' the attractive home nt Mrs. E. M. and Clc-n.Shepard, LCHIIHU Edwards, at one o'clock, to complete a quilt for I pIe of dozen of them. They were placed .

slater, Mrs. LaMira Graham. :Mrs. J. E. Wilson, who has Vislte"l Johns on N. Walnut and Ninth Merrill :McMillan: Beatrice Johns the orphanage at Arcadia. i in a jar in one of the show windows -

i Brooker visiting her brother, streets. Geraldine Johns, Margaret Neff, Eld- ,A pleasant social. afternoon was enjoyed and attract much nttentlon.
T. S. Williams has bought a large [ Weeks, returned here Tue day. The rooms of the lower floor of this redge and Lester Price RoMnso, Fenellu and pinna for future activities Consisting largely uf sublimated <>x>.- I

number of new refrigerator boxes to I spacious residence were thrown en- anti Louise Snyder, Vera Claire "f the irilu were disciniscd. After unnlxium, which generates oxygen

bo used for shipping strawberries.W. I Miss Miriam Ortagu, of Tampa suite and simply but very effectively Robinson. Martile Hemingway, Es- work was finished n delirious 1 six the eggs /Hunt and .sink alternately a.

spent part of last week with her aunt, decorated with white /flowers white telle Kendrick, Joe Edwards, Jr., Lois o'clock dinner was served.Sll.VER the oxygen Is produced or stopped.Mr. .
J. Epperson J. F. Kickliter and !Mrs A. P. Hoffman. being the purity emblem of the'W. C.i i Adkins Charles Henry !McMillan Mitchell, who Is a noted naturalist

eons, and Frank Peterson spent Frl- T. U. In tho drawlnloroom\ Calla lilies \'on,11Inman., Louise and Julian Peek 1 : wJonJJl IMt ANMAKUSAKY :' : and known for his. veracity on ,

day in Jacksonville. I IL. Carl Johns and Gary Ennis, of the and snow drops were used in the Jr., nir4t Struth Dorothy Ritch, Leslie I,i all similar, subjects,) states that this i

University, Gainesville, spent the living room white hyacinths and narcissus Biggs, Mary Brownlee, Dorothy movement of the eggs'/ Is a wise provision ; !
Wyman spent several this and in the dining room white Turner Lois Long Dorothy White, .
days week-end with relatives here. Celebrating their silver wedding:i of nature, as It frightens! the ;. i
week in Savannah, where he went in geraniums and snow drops. Virginia Alvarez Alice Fernandez
anniversary, !Mr. and Mrs. .1.! A. Rennolda bullpiffelnnm, a deadly enemy of thosrpjnbolii
Interest of the U. S. Forestry Bureau. :Mrs. Kate Davis returned home Mrs. Arthur Wood, president of the Louise and Wilson Hayes, Sinclair entertained at a beautiful reception I from eating\ tho eggs. 'I'
local union, led In the for Peek, Jr., Arthur Darby Jones, An-
program I
I in lust their homo.
I' Friday after spending two weeks evening( at on
Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Reich and' I the afternoon. A group read verses nie 'Murrliee S. R. Johns, Jr., Mer-
Jacksonville with her Miss Nnrth Person street Many guests '
son, Howard, left Wednesday for Mi-j niece from the Bible on the subject of temperance rill Futclt, "* J. L. FRAZEBATIORNEY
Josie Hoffman.! .. called throughout tho evening' to extend -
ami, after a short visit with Mr. and ) I and were followed by another I .
their congratulations and COUNSELLOR
Mrs. H. H. Youn group reading on alcoholism in
I Mrs. .3. E. Brownlee, Mrs. W. J. France, and still another group reada !SPEND' TUB DAY PARTY lovely !gifts of silver were received. i AT LAWPOSrOFFICE \

Mr. and !Mrs. Carthwright, Bill Epperson, Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, and I j number of announcements concern- The house was decorated, throughout JI

Wadsworth and Princess Olga of; Mrs. J, F. Kickliter went to Jackson. I ing the work of the organization. A Circle two of the Baptist Missionary with n silver and pink color BUILDING:

Jacksonville, are the guests of Mr. ville Friday to hear Gipsy Smith. pretty feature of the program\ was a Society! entertained circle one ata scheme. Palms, pink carnation and STAnKE, FLA. j

and Mrs. Elmer Lazone. I' I W. C. T. U. salute to the senior memo spend the day party Tuesday at the pink candles were uned In the receiving ,-. -

Mrs. H. M\ Snyder returned Satur- bers of the local union, and the mem- lovely come of Mrs. A. M. Darby, room silver vases of pink carnations

I Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Mussick of Pike- day from Jacksonville. While in the bers receiving this honor were Mesdames \ from eleven to live o'clock.At with banks of palms formed 1
ville, Ky., here for the atl I Mr. and Mrs. onfc'o'clock the decorations. The bride und bride I
are season city Snyder were guests Emily Philips, -J. W. White, a buffet dinner was Tom-

. I I A. B. Williams' popular house,. The : at the Aragon Hotel. ?, _Grace Ford, A. Price and C. ,L. Peck I served, which consisted of
Magnolia Tea Garden.Mr. Mrs. G. C. Sweat wasyippomted lau sweet potato souffle fruit salad canopy of silver and white LUMBERSASH :

I !Mrs. i. W. Andrews, Jr., Mrs. E. chiarman of the flower department, jelly, pickles! hot rolls, cake coffee The receiving lino wan ...mp.,1 of |

and Mrs R. II. Bealmear, of I L. Biggs and her guest !Mrs. Sallie and under this head comes the work with whipped iream. Mr. and Mrs Itl"nnulol.fr.! .. Ken
Marion and will :\ of Clyo S. C. last I I1. nolils wore n silver and pink chiffon | DOORS, I
Ky., came Friday Bennett spent j of sending flower and dainty thingsto The circle members were busy cut-
spend the remainder of the winter' Tuesday in Gainesville guests of .I eat to the sick and shut-iris, also ting and gutting work ready for u crepe !gown with silver slippers, ,and. Lime, Brick,

with their daughter, Mrs. L. D. Simp- Mrs. Medlin. jMessri j visiting the sick. Mrs. Sweat reported (chest and these supplies will be used .: carried 1 a shower bouquet' of |pink. I Cement I
sweetheart ruses, Ir) and Mrs! Tho
son. mat tne week had for all miiiionary purposes. j
I I during past she l
mils, W. C). 1"lIeyIr.! nnd Mrs .I Inn BUILDERS HARDWARE
I E. S. Matthews, E. R. Neff, sent ice N. Monie, Mr. and Mrs T T. fit;rilllf i
Mrs. Ida riollinRsworth and daughter J. 11. Ritth<<: and W. E. Terode 'went to i persons who were sick or not able to Brownlee sang a !group of .. .o-a
Miss Margaret Jones iiitnxln.,.' l lh
Mrs. C H. Marks formerly of Tallahassee )Friday afternoon to attend I leave home. charming voice numbers among them I
guests at the receiving line Mis, A 0//li" Sherwin illiamt Paint
Beloit Iowa, moved into the B'. C.I' to business connected with good The company greatly\ enjoyed listening being The Rosary/ and"A Perfect Day, j
Spencer receiver! the '/1 rei.. Its, en i
IIollinKsworth's property on Hoyt roads for Bradford County. to the following beautiful with Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones aH accom Kyamt Varnithttng
Ing at the door were Mlsm illsnche/ | .
street Monday. I voice numbers: < panist. "" .5.-.
Mrs L, C. Ray returned Wednesday (a) Waters of Minnetonka ....tLira Thirty ladies. enjoyed thin lovely Taylor and Mary Bryan

Mr. and Mrs. R.'A. Weeks, Miss afternoon from a week's visit in ,' nee); (b) Will-O-the-Wisp (Spros) affair. AsuUtlrig in receiving wonMis. : for

Marguerite Shriver and Miss Hawkins Jacksonville with her sisters, The --Mrs. A, Z. Adkins, with Mrs Du- Frank Simpson, Mrs. A. K. !l'. ar.' Bmtlding and AVprtrrirttf

of Brooker motored here Tues- Misses Allbritton. While in the city I i Witt C. Jones as accompanist. AUCTION BRIDGE PARTY Mrs. M.. R. Hilding and Mrs V. M, ....a. ,.

day and were the guests of relatives Mrs. Ray attended the Gipsy Smith I Voice, Where My Caravan Has I Spencer.In

and friend | meetings. I'Rested (Lohr)-Mrs. E. K. Perry- Or and Mm. E. L. Biggs enter-", the dining room a unlnd (< mrsi" I Consumers Lumber '
II with Russian ten was served bv Mmes
I man tained delightfully at a prettily! appointed -
Frank O. Peterson dairyman, has Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Scarborough, of Mrs. Johns assisted by her mother brlJiro/ party Thursday eVe- Evelyn Ilutehinsnn, Ort/ivin llr\nr! ,
: and !Madeline Barnes. A "nlver luiket Company
bought the BrockuiKton plate just Jacksonville, motored hero Tuesdayto Mrs. T. J. Griirvn, Mrs. G. C. Sweat ning at their home on North Walnut:' ,

"\ southeast of Starke. The place con-' visit Mr. and Mrs.\ Ray Neweom.Mrs. Miss Carrie Uglow, Mrs. C. A. Futch' street. I j of pink carnations and ferny. i oniposed STAKKF. rLORIDA
the for th, ilili'
tains 20 acres a large residence and Newsom returned with them to and Mrs. T. J. }Howze( served brick High SCOTt for the ladies was mad( : centerpiece I
and silver dishes held, mint.
outbuildings. I Jacksonville and will remain until I ice cream and delicious home made by Mrs.. J. W. Andrews Jr., Who wlI'Il| pink *
__ ______ I I I Pink candle warn in silver holder i I
Sunday. (cake the favors on each plate being awarded a Kuplc: powder puff. Among

Pending the all day electric current : i' dainty little valentines.El the !gentlemen [0'. [0'. Stump made

the City Barber Shop has bought al| Mr. arid Mrs. A. P. Hoffman and .-- -. high and was awarded n deck of :> -

number of up-to-date electrical appliances Miriam Ortagus left Sunday by motor cards O. L. Bensley, made low and i
for hair clipping massage for their orange grove at Seminole was given QS a booby prize. u memory ...
etc., which Its customers will appre Pinellas county for a stay of Ill lt'IIiD.tYEd book und pencil Dninty handkt'r- I

date. four week.. There they will be join- I .

ed bin R. H Hoffman, and -
.1 son
Neff, Jr. celebrated bin. sixth ,
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Young and lit- wife and :Mr and MM. Fred Scar- af- Auto TopicsAbout .
birthday anniversary Saturday
tle son, Junior of Orlando who spent j borough and four children of Newark! \ :
I trenoon from three to five, at tha. -I.. ''i ; / ,;1' OF IT
last week visiting with Mrs. J. Frank Ohio. A jileasant outing I Is! antlcir;>Rt- home of his parent, Mr. and Mrs. Ell -.. >,, ,. \, \_\ \." \ !..'? /

Thoman, of Starke, returned Sundayto ed. K. Nell, on North Walnut street. :. -t. ...".. 1 ,
and Mrs.
their home. Mrs. Young
Mrs. T, J. Griffin was a visitor to The popular young host wore a .
Thoman are cousins. Jacksonville Friday.A. Copenhagen blue corduroy suit with n. Are you spending all of your money?

Rev. W. F. Dunkle presiding elder gray silk blouse. As each little hU' lOt j If you are the other fellow is depositing it

of the Jacksonville district preacheda II. Green spent Saturday in arrived they presented a beautiful I to his advantage.
and the also
gift gentleman
fine Sunday evening at the Waldfe loolting[ after business.H. young
Wrist Tins Statistics show actual observation
received a number of lovely gifts I by
church. A large congre-
choir fur- returned Wednesday from grown people I that six out of every seven persons in the
gation greeted him and the M. Snyder A wrist pin knock Is a danger
nished special music. This was Dr. from Jacksonville, where he has been Mrs. Net was assisted in entertain- signal all too often neglectedyour I United States are dependent upon relatives
ing the children by her sister Miss i
Dunkle's first visit to Starke since for the past two weeks! attending to motor! can: be wrecked by .t or charity for support at the age sixtyfive.Will .
Williard Bishop, and Miss Olive Ray. I
his appointment to this district. business.! .'. Circle games were played to victrola I loose pin. It you are traveling: ) you be one of the six dependent ones
0: fast at this time will be I
accompaniments, and Miss Ray told you or will you be the seventh who is independent -
Society Miss Ella Manning and C. F. Boyer I
The Methodist Missionary lucky if you do not ram an approaching -
wonderful; stories. to the little people. and comfortable in old ?
in Waldo with Mr. i age
at Sunday
will meet next Monday afternoon spent car: or one parked by

three o'clock at the church. All mem- and Mrs. L. W. Strickland. The guest jJinmg were room invited and seated into thcharming at' the road, or hurtle into a crowd. :, It is your right and privilege to live

bers of the society and ladies of the comfortable but in this land of Op-
two large tabliM, which were very attractive Properly adjusted wrist great
sheets, Messrs. D. E. Knight E. M. Johns,
/ church requested to bring I
are t
towels and case for the Or- A. Z. Adkins and N. T. Ritch made a with the pretty decorationsand I pica. break at time, and po tunity, anyonewho has any degree of ,

phans Home pillow at Enterprise.Dr. business trip to Gainesville: Thursday.J. tempting eats. The birthday I make... trouble. Insurancewill thrift and industry can live comfortable and .'

cake wa iced in white and trimmed make good your Ion, : still have something left to lay up for old

and Mrs. E. L. BIKKS/ had as L. Peek spent! several days in I with pink and six pink candles shed both for damage to your age and the rainy day.
week their light over the happy scene.' and to the or
last attending to ear person
auht Mrs. :M. .Gainesville ,
his ,
this week
guests C. and business. Orange sherbet and cake were served property of others. if Involved I The best vay is to lay aside something -
N. ,
McPhaul, of Red Springs/ I Mrs NetT assisted by Mrs G. and de- !
her daughter/ Mrs.. Sallie M. Ben- by In a mliup. regularly systematically by
Mr. and Mrs. Wiley and daughter C. Collins and Mm Bishop. The ill sound bank like
nett, of Clyo, S. C. Get Automobile Insurance here i positing it a good sate,
Miss Mildred, of North Branch, Mich- favors were dainty pink and blue
I ... ours, where it will accumulate. Let us help
theft collision liability
baskets filled with delicious homemade covering fire, :
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Strickland, of igan, came Wednesday and are the .
Waldo, were guests of her parent guests of Mr. and :Mrs. John Uglow. I candy. and property damage.J. you.Bradford

the Mr. week.and Mrs.Mr.J.and C. Manning Mrs. V. F.first Manning of- Miss Elizabeth Brownlee, of D"- ,party The were guest: Voncla invited Inman to this Dot merry Bishop R. Davis & Co. I i County Bank It

/, -of Allendale were also guestsof Land made? a short visit this week Lillian and Marjorie Stump, N )

their parents, :Mr. and Mrs. Manning with her parents, :Mr and Mrs. II. L. T. Kitch, J...., Leslie Biggs, William I Agency Established! 1886

Drownlee Edwards, J!. Lois Adkms, Lois Long, STARKE, FLA.
; Sunday.


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With Bradford Feb. 1.-Irish potatoes eek'L

are being planted extensively in this \/ ITS OWN FOODNO .

section under the able direction of ?

Farmers Messrs. Upton andUregory.
ford F FARM SECTION CAN BUY ITS 1N Beware of Imitations!
g N. G. Hayes Jr., was a business FOOD AND GRAIN AND
visitor to Worthington Tuesday.Mr. .
i Raborn of Gainesville was visiting 0By 1fN

EXTRACTS I FROM Jtt I'OIns OK PLANT A TRAP CROP- i relatives in this section last Atlanta, Ga.-Sp.lclal.-"Few) pea
TOMATOES1 I South realize the enor"
GET MORE ple in tbe
COUNTY AGENTSVolusla I week.W. mous drain there has been on the Arthur BAYED
II. and C. Harrcll were over in Brisbane
South' wealth through the steady
Worthington day last week.
11 having a mighty Wan! ; a tomato crop has been ruin- one food and grain buying during the past
) We are
-Some citrus bloom is how- ed by worms that mine out the irasldos Mrs. J. Q. Harrell was visiting her fifty years. What's the greater pity AMBITION THE PICKER
big: of the and growing fruit ] daughter ut Raiford last week. of It Is the fact that most of this
1 Ing but trees generally are dor- young I STOCK NERVOUS
up comes directly out of the farm MONEY. CHEAP,
These worms prefer sweet corn to Mr. and Mrs. Stewart and son,
meant yet.Hamilton. I'I of At. .
.j( pocket, said H. Q Hastings
Paul of this
the tomatoes. Therefore plant the Brooker passed through
-- corn nearby and protect the tomato j I|i suction enroute to Worthington Tues lanta, Chairman of the Farm and FOURTH DRY ANNIVERSARY.
Cover crops especiallyrye Marketing! Bureau of the
rapid growth now. Chamber of Commerce
I I are farmers making planting potatoes. crop.This practice Is recommended to I Mrs. L. A. Cook U suffering from "Tor fifty years or more the cities THE HEN'S ANCESTOR.It Unless you see the "Bayer CrOMs" onjwrkaco
Few arc
\' help out spraying or dusting as con- ton ilitls at this writing. and towns of the Cotton Belt have or on tablets you are not getting .
..: a trol measures. Double rows of sweet Harley Andreu who has been employed been furnishing food and grain to the I is suggested that the United the genuine Bayer Aspirin proved

l'utnam-lrIKh potatoes at Federal I corn should be planted across the in Jacksonville, was visiting farmer Instead of our farmers feeding States admit "picked immigrants." physicians safe by millions over twenty-three and preHoribed for by

11t Point are up and show a normal field. every GO or 100 feet apart and I home folks last week. He left Sunday the cities and towns. While the cities How will you pick them ? A picking yearn

f eland. Planting in the East Palatka with cowpeas between.! Plant the for Jacksonville and from there and towns have had tbe best of this system would have rejected Stein- Col Toothache<]g Headache Lumbago/ !

a vicinity is in full swing corn at such a time that it will be I he will go to the naval training campin unnatural business, It has really "im metz crippled hunchback who Neuritis Rheumatism

just coming into silk when the first Virginia.N poverished" both cour'ry and city. came here as a boy, became head ele- Neuralgia Pain Pain
be ascertained
A. nearly as can
Folk-During the 31 days follow- fruit is forming on the tomatoes G. Hayes, C. M. and C. 11. An- my own state of Georgia has spent ctrician of the General Electric Company Aecept "Bayer Tablet of Aspirin"

lo.wlnltJanuary 22 we are showing advises J. K. Watson entomologist of dreu were business visitors to Worth- In the last 25 years not less than two and created work: for many only. Each directions.unbroken package bOXeR contains

folk products for a total of 27 days I the Florida experiment station. ington Saturday. and one.half billion dollars) for food thousands. proven twelve tablets' cost few Handy tents. Druif-of

at three fairs-local at Winter Haven I! The corn being preferred to the Miss Marie Raborn was the guestof and grain from the North and West, The picking system would have reJected pints also sell bottles of 24 and 100.

South Florida at Tampa and Madi- |J tomatoes most of the moth eggs will Mrs L. A. Cook Saturday and Sun- I real hard cash money that ought: to be Napoleon had he come to the Aspirin is the trade mark of Bayerhfnnu0tcturo

i son Square Garden In New York. j I be laid on the corn. The cowpeaesupply day. sticking In our farmers' pockets. That United States when he went down to j!;alic 'llcacld, of Monoacetlcacldeater of
I shade for the moths. The Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Andreu motored money is gone never to return. Italy and beat the Austrians. Ho ..

corn should be gathered thoroughlyand to Worthington Sunday "It Is no ov statement or exaggeration was undersized, pallid, thin and suffering -. -

leon-The community Incubator I all the worms on it killed at that L. A. Cook was a visitor over to / to say that twenty-five billion from the itch. as the hen now grinds her food with

hatched off Wednesday and gave a time. Otherwise the trap crop will Worthington Sunday evening. dollars of the South's money has gone gravel in her gizzard
78 cent hatch fine husky chicks. I that way In the last fifty years. It -o- "
per ; have done no good. Miss Geneva Harrell had as guests for farm The picking system would have --
was good, hard worked
An exhibit of 250 in my office windowis. Even when the worm Is in the corn Sunday, Misses Jewell Crosby and money. What we have been doing Is turned away Pope, who wrote the And did you know that the hen of
attracting much attention. Orders it should be Dust lead Lucile Harrell. a is the direct descendant of the
fought. arsenate % I spending our lives growing cotton "Essay on Man" and some other today
for 12,000 chickens for March delivery into the corn buds. Further Information trading It, oft for bread and meat at things worth while. lIe'waa such a dinosaur seventy feet long? The hen

have already been placed. on this subject may be had Habitual Connipattort'bured: I no profit to ourselves."No sickly little creature that he had to would probably object to that statement -

I by writing to the Experiment Stationat In 14 to 21 Days uae to 'cuss the powers that be sewed up in a canvas Jacket each while Mr. Bryan objects to

St. Lucie-Growers during the last Gainesville, and requesting a copy prepared"LAX-FOS Syrup WITH PEPSIN"- 'iveforHahitua is a l,claiy be in Washington or the trusts, tariff morning that he might sit up straigh: Darwin'a theory. But in both cases tithe

two weeks have been busy planting of Bulletin 151. Constipation. It relieves promptly but banks or speculators. They may and write.The facts are overwhelming.0 .

tomatoes; some 3,000 acres will be should be taken regularly for 14 to :21 I dm have had a part but a mighty small safest "picking system" is to -0--
planted to this crop this! year. to i ntluca regular action. It Stimulate! an-" pert in comparison with the part we big dinosaur would weigh 200-
To Stop a Cough Quick Regulates. Very Pleaaant to Taki GUI ourselves have played. The way to allow immigrants in the future as in '
take HAYES per bottle. stop that drain on our pockets is to the past, to be selected by their own 000 pounds. What Burbank will reverse -
.' Alachuu-Farmers are cooperating HEALING UONEY. a ambition evolution's progress aad giveus
cough! medicine which the cough by stop buying food, grain and forage and energy.
I in buying much fertilizer. healing the Inflamed and irritated tissues. ZIFF and produce those necessary items on -- a chicken of that size? (

t A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE home acres. Money in the stock market was New York is quite a city. The

r.farion-Af making a trip thru SALVE for Chest Colds Head Colds and Ziff, Feb. 1.-S'--fices were held at "Tha time to start rs now. Plans cheap last week. You could borrowit 1924 telephone book contains more '

one of the more famous citrus coun- Croup HAYES'Is HEALING enclosed with HONEY.every Tho bottle salve of I Rock church Saturday and Sunday by for 1924 are being made. Before iplow at 4 per cent if you wanted to spa than 750,000 listings. That one city

{' ties of the state I am more than ev- I should be rubbed on the chest and throat I the pastor W. M. Moody, of LaCrosse is stuck la the ground food culate in stocks. If cost a littla more has more telephones than all of Eng-

er satisfied with old Marion. Poultry of children suffering from a Cold or Croup. Mlas! Rosa Hodges returned to her grain and forage acre should be set if you wanted it for some slower, dul- land Scotland and Wales put together

( association held its annual meeting dde the-A *effort d Mho' HoallnH Honey'In- home at New River Sunday after a aside. These acres should and must ler business. The stock market Only a while ago when men now
!! t be first Instead of last consideration
Saturday with good attendance draw:0 fIn r.:. e\i'3.'t"'d:\ : : I1 effect u( two weeks' in their fifties were starting out in
a and h. pores ol visit here with her cousin When these are fixed, then the farmer went up and down like the pulse of a

; interest. Much progress is being! luo Ruth akin rammllr soon.stops. .tn cough.puked In po.carton cad Lbe Opal Lewis.J. can go as far as he likes with cotton, nervous lady expecting a proposal. life, you could have bought the original

made. COM of the combined treatment U seaJust B. Thomas was attending to business tobacco or other cash crop safely. Gentlemen that are gambling (or as telephone stock at your own

HEALING ask HONEY.your druggist for IIA YES' in Gainesville Saturday. "Give the home garden a chance In they would prefer to put It, "Invest- price.It .

Walton-Held three very successful ; I Mrs. Ollie Roach returned to her this; food production. It's a wonderful ing") don't quite know what is goingto was called an "interesting toy."

meetings to study fruit growing and home in Plant City last week aftera helper in cutting store bills In hal happen with General Daweg in I

improved methods! corn production WHEN A FARMER NAMES THE visit with her mother, Mrs. Ellen for the folks that will give It a square Paris'and the Labor Party in the Plies Cu-ea in o to 14 Hays

Had large crowds and much good ac- PRICEBy I Padgett. deal Instead of the usual, 'l.'ck/ anda House of Parliament. DniWlst: refund money If PAZO OINTMENT; fait.i ,
promise,' mostly promise. Start the locum Itching Bunt Bli-edlna or Protruding Pi"
I complished. Mr. and Mrs! Frank Warren of There was some comfort for the Instantly relieve Itching i.li-s. and mn,k jwetfWe'eoafwrtb
I food production procession In 1924, ):- rrt'otrl.'tton.1 I Ul&p-I ,
I ( Spuds Johnson) Gainesville, are spending a while in and a money procession will start toward formers, corn and oats going to new F

No Worms In u nuttltiiy wh'l-J Success in farming depends a wholelot our community with their parents, your rocket. high prices for the season. Of course Winter is the time to plan for the a
e v healibycoliir.All children troubled with Worms have au ua very often upon planting! end Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Warren. the new high prices come as usual spring work in poultry business

ruin' thin la more wuk.-hJudluitun fir I lo.a itnitmi-h pour bluotj dial".rbauce"ti... raising! those things that are being, Miss Ruby Dyal of Graham is 'h t- Quinine .. Dots not f'.lecl !I". trot .I after nearly all the farmers have sold

l. ROVE!:S TASr I.ESS CHILI. TUNIC nlvi-n reilu/ shown .a lack of interest by most of spending this week with her niece Berney' of Its tonic! inrt l Inx"'vo! rfeet.' XA.Tlv their corn and oats Had any funerals for scrub bulls t,
larly f-r two or three wc..k> wU auilcli lieu blue the farmers. Ethel Dyal. L30MO QLi.NIM.;/ : ; (CUb -- boars nondescript roosters
j -
Irf or
au Dtuvnthodlgcathoandacta..gencroSteuth-) |, : : ] by \y >n" without' causinfl' ncrvouflnean or r-n'lnJ
nlo4 Tonic to the whole iyst..m. Nururn wl'l then For instance last year just about I Mr. and Mrs II. D. May and chil- u> 111 bead.. d.W.GROVhS.igeuw.ub' -x. 5U> The fourth anniversary of the eighteenth your community lately?

i I In throw perfeethealth.oarrdlsoel PI.ihvwormi.cnclthaChudwIIIlM.....,... v. >...J' /, ,. .. ."ul" everybody planted watermelons and'' dren, of Theressa' attended church at amendment was celebrated In ,
": just about everybody lost money on I Rock--- _Sunrlav._n__.. NEW RIVER Washington last week. How do you

MONEY IN BEE KEEPING; them, because the rains and the disease -I Hubert Kelley of wateroak was think prohibition has worked thus

i HOW TO BEGIN INDUSTRY made this crop next to a total I the guest of friend here Sunday af- far? i
New River Feb. 1.-W. J.
loss. Having lost money on melons ternoon. Lewis Its enemies tell you truly, that
of Brooker visited friends here Fri-
With the income to Florida's bee- last year few farmers will go heavyon Quite a crowd of young folks en- bootlg; liquor born of prohibition is

keepers from the two major bee them this year. joyed the social at the home of Mr. day. the worst ever drunk-It blinds. poisons

ducts-honey and wax-totaling pro-well The same holds true with other and Mrs. J. W. Lewis Saturday evening Mack Huff of Clayno motored here and kills. o

over a quarter of a million dollars crops. When the bottom falls out of Those attending were Misses Saturday and Friends of prohibition tell you also erie

.annually, it seems that there should the hog market you always see a Alpha Iva and Rosa Hodges, of New David Parnell made a business tripto truly, that fewer people go to jail the

be more interest in this close-to-na- race to get rid of hogs-breeding River Rhoda and Alva Thomas of Lake Butteler Saturday a. m. poorhouse and the insane asylum and t

t ture industry. stock and all-and for any price (usually New River Linnie Parker, Opal Lewis L. C. Porter motored to Stark and many more millions are deposited in

J. C. Goodwin, apiary inspector of a sacrifice price). If the 1923 Messrs. Lester and Floyd Crosby spent Sunday.II. the savings banks than in the old day

the State Plant Board of Florida has peanut crop had been sold for an unusually Fay ton Alvarez Hubert Kelley Eu- T. Parnell made a business trip -0-

the following say about getting high! figure, there would be a, gene Woods of Wateroak, Thomas Palatla Friday. It is for you to choose. Mean-

started in this business: wild scramble among farmers to see Markey, Evan Hodge, of Pine Hill, while, be sure of this: Nobody will

"The best time to start bee keep- who could plant the most peanuts Carroll Atkinson; Royce Gainey, and week-end Misses Alphie visitors and in this Inn HoJu section.M. were know anything about prohibition for R
s ing Is in spring when the bees have this year.It John Shaw of Brooker Reddish Andrews L. Johns in at least sixty years. It will take that
spent Monday Lake
the full benefit of the warm weatherfor always runs that way. I have of New River Butler. long to prove whether alochol is nec- t

noticed this tendency for a. long time essary to Northern races-whether
producing honey and rearing tho
Mr. Mrs Alien
brood A nucleus containing bees and for a long time I went with the NOTHING LIKE IT OX EARTH Porter and son, Orientals have amounted to little because -
G. L. motored to Lake
., brood and a queen can be bought and grand rush and lost money with the The new treatment for torn fle/Oh. ruts, Satur- they drink no alcohol or in
t wounds, sores or lacerations that is doing of the
spite fact that
is a very good way to get started. rest.But such wonderful work in II. T. Parnell they drink no
.. I have tried out "right-about- flesh healing w I II spent Monday in Valdosta alcohol. teaspoonfiilequals
; tho Dorozono
any magazine devoted to i I liquid and powder, comLinlI \- Ga.Reddish.
'-. beekeeping has advertisements showing Face. Last year being a bad one for I Lion treatment. Tho liquid Uorozone in -0I. --
.. where beet be and the: watermelon !grower, means that a powerful antiseptic UNIt purifies the Andrews attended the C. Herman manufacturer of
can purchased wound of oil at Jonnie ,
poiwms and infectious party Lewis Saturday
; evening -
few will be this if this germs!, handkerchiefs
tho year gives his business to
prices demanded. One of the while tlm liorozono powder is the great in Zilf section
rule holds true. Therefore I am plan healer. Thero employes saying "I rich
most important considerations in the m nothing like it on earth Mr. am
purchasing of bees Is to sue that they ning to plant several acres to this fur HiMtil; I, safety. and cfliciency. rriee Mrs. B. M. Dowling and ,enough: and that surprises us:
(liquid) aOe 60o Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Thomas of Starkemotored
crop. The bad season having made and $1.20. Powder 30o We should all be rich
are free from disease. Specialists of and COc. yoM enough, ten
by here
Sunday and the
I cotton a failure last year you hear were limes too rich
the plant board can be consulted and as regards what we
All Drug Stores guests of their sister, Mrs. W. M.
little enthusiasm for it this
they will be ablo to advise regarding year. Hodges. I really need if the earth wee properly
Therefore, I am preparing about tena'fL' developed and
the disease situation In any area of competition were replaced -
Electric lights are mighty tine but Messrs Exen Hodges and Thomas
the state of land for this staple crop.Lees I l by emulation.This .
I than made if you haven't that water system installed Markley of Pine Hill visited friend
,. "It Is considered much safer to buy money was here earth'would produce more
yet or the house Saturday and
painted Sunday.
on oranges this winter, and that I than enough of
beet by the pound than on drawn everything for all the
the Den
lights have
third place in the Herce of Lake Butler made
combs, because the danger of Intro- means: a dampening of the. pep of home business a I people on it, and for ten times as
improvement trip here
many citrus growers. But I have program. Thursday 1 many peopleif it
ducing disease U reduced to the minimum Sim were intelligently
-, Tho pound packages can be written to my citrus-growing partnerIn Florida dairymen could put $20- Monday.Kelley of Ricinjr was in town I developed as it will be some day.0 of many other

'I put on full sheets of foundation and going.Lake county and told him to keep 000,000 more of their produce on the Miss Inez Brannen of Olestie 1111. 'brands Thai's: wilyCALUMET
will soon have their own drawn comb. : local market and still not happens once in a while as Sen-
over supplythe visiting Miss Rosa Johns this week.
You cannot !get away from the fact I ator Capper tells
"If poor stock has been purchased you. Swindlers
demand for milk and its productsin Allen Porter
motored Starke
the that "the world do eat. If we farm- to 1 persuaded Dave of
locally Tapper
should send
beekeeper to this state. Why not own a milk Wednesday. Iowa to
6me reliable breeder and secure a ,rs glut the market the world names cow? 1 buy some land in a Texas town "to
Messrs. Th. POWOflt
good queen to breed up his stock. the price. If we regulate our supply, ,Allen Thomas and Evan 1 he> built immediately." Tapper paid SUonomy BAKING
we are the boys who fix the "how Hodges and Misses Rosa and Alphia :$i0: and farther
The prices for queens vary according' If the poultrymen of Florida Hodges were visitors to got a deed. When he tired 1 Goes
produced Clayno Sun-
to the kind purchased/ and the breeder much and the world's consumerswill 160,000,000 more of and day afternoon. I of paying taxes his sister Mrs. Hes-
but the bid against each other for whatwe eggs ler Egbert, took the land lasts longerIt
average is about $1.50 poultry meats, they would be just went on pay
'I'I. each. The Italian queens are considered have. about up with the demands for such SEABOARD TRAIN SCHEDULE inJ:. Now after twenty-three yearsan

r the best. Their progeny are vig- products in this state. Room for the oil company has paid Mrs. Egbert It .l alN ,

orous workers good, honey gatherersand A TONIC chicken business in Florida. (In effect Nov. 11, 1923) $10,000 for her land and oneeighthof
considered more resistant to dis- all the oil. That "eighth" I more than '
Oro".'* Tasteless chill: Tonic: restores Southbound- pays
eases and wax worms." Energy and Vitality by Purifying and TIGHT COUGHSThe No. 1 reaches Starke at 12:16: a. m. her $1,000 a month. The swindler the CAHJMI

r I Enriching the Blood. When you feel Its hard chunk of phlegm that clog No. 3. 10:59 a. m. I swindled themselves out of a fortune. ordinaryleavening

IT DRIVES: OUT WORMS strengthening invigorating effect. see how your t'irwt nod. none when you bnv No. 21, Cedar' Key 8:00: p. m. But observe that Mrs. Egbert did [

The surest sign of worm in children I I" I It brings color to the cheeks and how a mile tight and cough, tuuke jour brtmthing dif No. 15, Limited 1:16 p. m. 1 not buy stock-she bought lard and strength3S& + ,
throat bard
paleness! lack of interest in 'play fretfulI I It improves the appetite you will then Be: ,,,." the pblvgm jour by the 'quick to heal.eanyHDtl NorthboundNo. Texas land at that. There Is nothing ,
S nee variable appetite, picking at the safe way. like Lrnnardi's Cough 2 reaches Starke 4:15 a. m. ]like owning part of the earth. 9
nose and sudden starting 111 sleep. When i appreciate Its true tonic value. !Syrup ((.'reow>tml >. Thin pleasant" No. 4, 4:26 p. m. 9>
these symptoms nppeir: it id time to give Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is simply cough remedy: relieves soothes and No. 20, Cedar Key 8:50 a. m. -0-
'White. CreaM' >rmifiiKp. .\ few doses I (run and Quinine suspended in syrup So heal.*. It it untint-litir( opens the airpmuwrM. No. 16, Limited 5:57: Dinosaurs used to lay eggs, You BAKING '
drives! out the wornn and puts the little pleasant even children like It. The blood cuM the phlegm and protectstlta Wannee BranchNo. p. m. knew I! that. Did you know also that r >
one on the road to lu-ilth again. White's I lung*. Lest Hufest and surest POWDER = 2'
needs QUININE to Purify It and IRON to 101 leaves Starke 1 hey had gizzards and that scientists
Cream Vermifuge ,li. a a record of fifty remedy colds, miigbs, grippe bronchitis 7:45 a. m. LIST BT TK T
years of auceesaf u*.. Pncu35c. duld by Enrich It. Destroys Malarial germ an/ whooping cough sad croup lie No. 104 arrives !Prurfcs' S:15: p. m. j find In skeletons of dinosaur large
Gdp germs by its Strengthening& Invigo/ oa the auf i.li-get a bottle today T. J, GRIFFIN. j jArent. finely polished pebble with which In Sales%tlaesasauxAas
AU Drug Store I from your drug is { atAerAnuxf
Effect. uOc. that of
wag I the dinosaur's gizzard ground up foods j I ., any



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;: PETITION FOR ELECTION ORDER FOR PUBLICATION of (lie ooulheiuil Uimrter.all .
In Circuit Court. State at Fli.rhln. Eighth Warranta .lanued _--______..---_______ 1.2S. rthwet in bcctiun Quarter't'hlrti'aia (J6)). And theHuulli and< the hair on their bodies 8111))_-.'.. I I MADE THE SAME AS

we. the underalitned taipayoni of Lana Judicial Circuit, Bradford County, In Chancery Kalnnco Jan 1. 1024 .._ _n. -___... 14.25 Half ,.r Suulhwwt Quarter of South- otf. but they not hurt.
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Jlrldlre Sub School Dull-let \ ,, District N. 11 Hcetinn Twenty-four; (K4)).
No. 4. ".11p of
..n* our petition to the board of Public Ingatruetlon W J. Wulker.omplalnant.. Balance Dec 1. 1U23: ___n___....... 105.IS I All nf the abinn dnerlbi-d, 'lanil' being In The men near the "ntrOI"'-!"'. i- __ __
or Bmdfnrd (' K"Ceii during month -__ ... 4..091 South. Kann Twenty-two
at 10 o'clock county, a,Florida m., Monday at aw.lill.1'it VI i Warrant ta ued __ ___.____ ..___n_. Ttiwiwllip(.'2i I Eu t.Five of TvllahuMee IB) ; Meridian, contaln- ell easily but entries 0, I 10, II 1 and I 1-::,
:: : Hnlnncp Jan I. 1924 ___ ______..... .71 I
) to auk tar election dutar- M.rlh" Walker.DifcndBnt. h > 80
S an to log In the i>K"rennt< acren located in the! depth of the colliery :?0 rhysicinn.i have
Bond Fund No. 3Balanco yonrs
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mine whrthrr Sub School I
or not Lonit Undue the Dee 11)23 ....___......... 7.61 .. .. .. i' ...ribeil GUt ,-'K 1'epto-Mtin-
J Din trie t No 4 atmll conaolldata with New, \' amxarlnw 'by affidavit appendix to I. : Muter In Ch. .. i where the; actual explosion took place FOR]
1 River Sub School District No. 12, to elect Illfil: :in the above atated eatwe that. Martha 1i>r*>ii>,lH ilurinir month ._ _. -_.__..__ A. S. CREWS. I became1 it contains a form
three truatcc and UTtnino. the mill..... hi Wnlkt>.. the defendant therein named, u Warrant lanued ___d..____......... Solicitor for Complulnant. 2.1.&t.2-2U were far lieit, from i iru'mm of viapi1ami I
of iron which i i.s nliioi'betf
and ... 7.II . readily
Florida Balance Jan. 1. 11124 _
be Oaicoaed a..r-tl'u. consolidated dietrlct.B a tmn-rtttident of the state of ---- --- -- -- -
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4 F. RENfKOE. ah ,ic n nolilunt of Eduewater. State of Alabumit Interest and Sinking N*. S I OKObK Hm FUMLICATION I I the men hero tulTered! the full does, not upset the atomiuh, or nlVet.6\
;. M. II. MOOIY. and U over the ago of twtntyonayoniv Balance II.... 1. 1'ijj ,_. .______-.__SHOO.SO In Circuit Couit. State uf Morlda. Eighth terror of the terrific bluat. "__I the "'<'th, uiiil is a ftplondid toniisnnd
C. M PHILLIPS. KvcvIptM durinii month -. 426.40Wnrrni. Circuit. Bradford County In Chaaeery. [
.. .1 ii:. ADKINS. I K !I. ihiTuforu colored that laid non.r.ld"nt iaatMnt :. :__'..:::: i 'Judicial. Itundroda. of men volunteered to go I liluoil o'irithetAt your tiruggitit' -

L M. I. JOHNS., ilofoniiant b. and I. hereby required toppeur Balance Jaa. 1, III.! .----' --1083S.IOlnlere J. A. Dixon. I down into the mine after four John- I in both liquid and tablets.
H. PARNELL. to the bill of complaint tiled in laid t and Sinking No. illlwlance I Complainant 1 T" -"' fllp '" l* '
tri day of r> 1'US _.__ ..., ____._8889.M I Free Trial! Tablets yu"\
B. J. SIVPP.ROVN cause on or before Monduv, the ec I. I va I Illurtha son City phyaiiiuna atoppeil forward, ,),!, hruiui-nuiidin.I :
TURNER.O : March A othcrwiae the allrnatlnaiof Ri-ci-ipU' during month lal.81)Warranta Dlxon. 1 I 1 valtift. of (.,il.'o !i'.q.i.,-H ttigit,. ii. w rIt,. tidal
W. SAPP.E nnlii bliP'wm2 bu taken an confcaiedHaiti b l irtti'iI :::::::::::::: I Defendant. L and announced their intention of fiuinjr for ....n....."',,. Trlnl l I'>,, k....|.. itf Titblil* Sfftnl
A. SAPP.N : I defendant Balance JHII 1. 1U24 -- -------4040.85 I It appfarintr by affidavit appondml I to the tho poIsonous of the inner I' no mom.v jn t n..rn>* .11114)) ttddreft, toO ,
O. MOODY It 'Ix further ordered that this ordirliubliHlivrl M January I.: 1924. bill llli'il in thi' ..bo..lad eaiue that llurthit gales 'i M. J. Hri'llonlm. C" n.H Women St.. N. Y.Gudc's .
W. E. YAIcRRflUTI.S. I once a week for four eonaeeuMTQwii Sra.R'' OF. Pl.OKIIIA IMxon the ..fendimt therein namml. I ia a recesses of the mine where th. men' "
P. YAKBl>'liOUCH. >kn In the Bradford County Telegraph a COUNTY OF nilADFOnD I ",,"......hlt.n' uC the tm of rlurlda. and, aha
w.F.. TURNER. 'I, ni uM.aivr| "puktliphiKj In said county and .L..... I hereby certify that the foreirolna.: atate. In ruvidiia of Giwnvilla, In the alate of hay been trappetl mnce :a I oVI-uL till,.. !
P. B. CREWS. Th. January 25 t 1024. meet of the rc ceipt and diRburaemenu nf I Sxuth Carolina, and I. .over the ..... of twentyninu afternoon.
O. B. MOODY. G. W. ALDERMAN; the ichool funda of Bradford County for the year. I
H: F.:. JOHNS: I IIt. Heal) Clerk Circuit Court.; month of Pecemher 19J8. la true and correct It la therefore onlonnl that aid nonrenldont I I Waiting in the zero cold outside : p
P. MERR1TT. Dy C. A. I'&lel'k.I I to the beat ef my knowledge and belief di-rvndnnt be and I I. hereby rnqulmlti I to-Mangan
1-11.5t.2.8 Deputy II B WIUGINS. > ali.ar, t<> tliu bill of cumplaml flied In the tile mint! .nhuft relittiven! nnd work- )
-. A. S. CREWS. I County Superintendent.CLERK'S ...hl CMUML on or tHifore Monday the lltndny thl''I'' Tonic and Blood Enricher .
PETITION FOR ELECTION Solicitor for Complainant. 2-l-8l-t-2. of robruary. A. U. IIU4, ollivrwiiie the I era were complt'tely vnvulopcd! by
I I nUfKttllimit' of .aid bill) will be taken a. con- clouJd of Uonuc blu k. aiuoke ciimmK (.. -
We. tho underaiirned taxpayer of Ne. COUNT REPORT foKeil by laid defendant.
flyer Sub School District No. 12, will proent FINANCIAL STATEMENT OP January 1. 1924. It la fiirthi-r onli>riHl that thla order be ,. from thu bhaft. Ambulnncea from
our petition to the board of Public In. FUNDS Report of the Clerk of the Circuit, Court liublUluMl ..n... a. woi'k for four roiueoutive off hv the twig (finllor; by 110 doing
atructlon of" Bradford county. Florida. at a I I Monthly financial .I..ant of 1fnH< In and for Bradford Ceunty. Florida aeoount ",/...k. In (hi. ailford County Telegranh. a Ik'rrin and Johnson City were lined
iapecial meeting at 10 o'clock a. m., Monday, county for the month of IK-cumber. 1923. of, taxea anseaaed for the year 2.n uowapaper publwhed In aaid county and etate. outaidu a ml as uch body borne you hurt th.> 'lrltlt In ill, by this iniect,
| Feb. 11. 19 I mine whether or not New River Sub School I Balance D... 1, 1923 _____.___.--___.4175.6BKiculnt ,i Tax CollectorTo O. W. ALII1ltMAN.! on a utreUher wiu I brought up out uftha thus li>HHeninjr the dl1l11RIle next year.
f District No. 12 ahall consolidate, with Long ,, durtnir month _.._n_______. f>7j.OH (Sc-si) Clerk CIrcuit Court.Ii .
>'Bridge Sub School OlHtrlct No. 4. to elect I Warrant 1 Uwut-il, __--_____._______--__ oo.n I Bradford County- C. A. KNItJlI1'. i smoking shaft, thu waiting(
P three truateea and determine the mlllage tot > Balance Jan. 1. 192 __.__----____--_8H47.22 County Proper Deputy Clerk., crowds pushed forward fearful that Cold r.nico' irtp mi<1 Inltuen/a! ,
be uavaaed against the consolidated district.O. Flae. situ Ferfelture FundBalance ''Nov. 1. to bal due _.______--______--1084912 E. M. JOHNS I .
W. ANDREWS.C. D.... 1. 1923 _______.________ lit.2HRoceint ,, By amt collected _______________.00_. 90008 Solicitor fur Complainant. 1-1 1.1t-2-N it mlifht be sonic relative LAXAT.v.tr"'! ) CjI ;ra I ;iti'j-o-iiovi'tii"" ? .
O. WIGOINS. durlntr month 729 87WarranU !I -- I ----------- 'a'ro. Thr 4 i nul-. 'n.. -r- "il..
EUGENE BRYAN. taaa-*l ---_-__:::::::-:::::- 419.66: Jar 1. to b.IFi'i' -- --'- .974904 THIRTY-SEVEN KILLED IN ILLINOIS Pick up anti burn pecan twigs cut E W Otovr, : ., !'iOOI.I' .." "".. :'UaDok J
W. M. PARKER.D. Balance Jan. I. 1924 dn.nn- .26.68 I 1 : l ;;; : I
W. KELI.EY. KeatS Fund Nov. I. to hal due n__.. MINK IILAST
H. E. STOKES.L. Balance 1)... J, 1U23 oonoon__ 157.91K By amt collected ___.___._ : I
W. JOHNS.F. .>...||>u durinu month ___n.oou_ 24.4Q .
A. ANDREWS. Warranta issued ._____00_____..._-.. 'Jan. 1. to bal due .._____-----.00--42696.1 Trained -.--. --
W. M. HTir>OE3. Balance Jan. I. 1:1424: ____--_.___--__. 184.89 County Head. and Volunteer [cams Moist t_
J. L. JOHNS. Building Fund :i Nov. I. to bal due .___-__ [ ]
ALLEN PORTER. Balance Dee. 1. 19 i8 ________00___.__ 5.&0Receipta By amt collected _.______._oo___.___- 720.07 Mine Worker in Iteictie | Refuses to TV.t tJ i >ff'o..aceAward
J. P. LINDSEY. durIng month ....__..._.._ ... __ ? ._ >. _
; 14 1St2.8MASTERS Warrants Uaued ._._._._u.....____ Jan. 1. to bal due .--_________._--__77 9.12 I
_ _ _ Balance Jan. 1. 1924 h__.____.___.__ 5.6Oltetaadlac I Road and Bridie Bund Fend Johnson City, lu., Jan. 25.-Thirtyg :
Find to hal due ..88R1H 85
SALE Balance I>.... 1. 1B23 -__nnnn__ 870.89 1 rv'L, collected. _::::::::::-:::::-:-8J4U.U1: ven mon are dead, nix seriously injured
Notlco 1 Ia hereby given that under and b, Receipt* during month -. 453.Ularrants -I II' while sight
virtue of that certaIn final decree of fore* : issued --==- :::: Jan. 1. to bal due _______.___._.__._8001)6.64 anti luully burned I
0 closure made anil rendered on December" 12 Balance Jan 1. 1924 -------.-------- U2.U I' Ceanty Bcaeel I oth. .n HUtTereil burns about the ht-iul
A. D. 1928. by Hon. A. V. Long. judge of the I Drainage Fund : Nov. 1. to bal due .________._.-.___2129824
Eighth: Judicial circuit. In and for Bradford Balance Dec 1. 1923 _____n._.______ 73.58Receipt. By amt collected --------------.-.---1H00.17 and body in u mina disaster which occurred -
county. Florida in that certain cauae wherein I, during. month .__n_________ I I Ii here thm afternoon. \
Julia Knight Is complainant and Tony Warrants iMued nnU__.............. Jan. 1.I to bal due -- ---------.-----18498.07 :
Felix and Edna Felix" hla wife, are defendant I Balance Jan. 1. 1924 00_____.________ 73.Ce i Ceanty:; Polls After hours of faithful work on the
the underaigned will offer for tale and Wi.... Penilen rand. Nov. t. to bal ilue 72800By
will* aell to the highest. and beat bidder for I Balance Dee 1. 1923 ._.__________. ..80.. I amt collected: -_:::::::::::::::::: 87.00 part of volunteer rescue workers to II I

cah. In front of the courthouse in Stark., I Rncelpu during month .____..____.__ 0.01 I -I aid the organized teams of Wilim-| | I II
Bradford county Florida on Monday the 4th WarranU' iiiaued< .___.............___ Jan. I I. to bal) duo ___.__._n_.....__ 689.00 I
day of February,. A. D. 11)24, during the legal Balance Jan I. 11)24 ___ _h.d. 133.61 Total Sub School I htMl' county the last of the injured in
houra of sale for the purpose of aatiafylng I' AfiHealtaral Find I Nov. 1. to bal due __________________14229.8 mint'
said final di-cree. the following, dnneribed realeetate. Balance Pec 1. lllil ____n______-__- 1.19 ,1'1'' nmt collected _.___....______ B61.BU tho explosion at the Kant Side!
lying. and being in Bradford county, I Receipts during month ............__ .n.- :. I of the Crernr Coal) Company nuno
Florida, to-wit : I Wnrranta: itiueit ..____________.... Jan I. to bal.t'.b-M- ---j.----. .13867.74
t Lot One (II ) In Block Two ((2)) of J. M Ba'ance Jitn 1. 1924 __. ___h__. ___. 1.15 :: h.;. Bond.Nov. hero this afternoon had been broughtto
Johna aubdivifilon of the Northeaat Quarter of Jiinuary, 1. 1024. : I. to unit due _--._.___ _--___._.4707.8B __ ,;..- _
Northeaat Quarter of Section 83. Townahlp 3 Bradford County. Uy amt collected .--__________-__--_- 819.70 the surface and are being Kivrnnivdicul -V p.-- --.;:;:.; ;;..
South. Range 22 Kant containing one acre State of Flnrlda. : 0 I aid in hospitalrt hers and in Edward W Dok. whoa. $100,000( Peace Plan award stirred Sena
more or I.... Jit,,. I. to hal 'l,,. 4087.9*
I hereby rertlfy that the fereirelna atatenmninf -------'-- -- -- -- tonal Investigation the
I I to itaU coat to him whanTcalled'To
A. S. CREWS. Widow Pension Fund I Ih-rrin tufu.1Id
... dibur of the
.Int. and >
Special Master in Chancery. the tfmenta _____._ ...104.91 Washington for hear the foreground Mr. Bok
'fni( of R,. 'n.>l County for the ,mante n1Oecetnner Nov I. to amt ilue u. Fifteen who were trapped with thd"ad .. iS- S..t.o are
D. 1.. KNIOHT. .4.5t21NOTICE 1ti2H.: ia true anil correct. to the By amt collected -...---- .-- '--_.-- 90.01 i Senators St1lpet"ad (MIJlq.), Green ( Utah), Mo.s[ (N. H.). Reed
Solicitor for Complainant. nnd injured! in the mine were ( Mu.) and Ark.
"beat of knowledge. and belief. Caraway ( ) .
my O W. ALDBJIM V. ill,,. I. to bal due _.________. -_-_. 074.90 .
Ouutandiner Indebtedneea Fund I carriiMl out hy riwuerH, I IVnitunlly
OF APPI.1CATIOJJ FOR TAX DEED (SEAL) Clerk Circuit C.nnrt.Itrudfnrd (324118lly
UNDER SECTION SIt OF TilE < fVuntyBy v''L: ':01I.t: due-_::::::-::::::::-- -. 48":1)4 1

Clerk ''J..n. I 1. to bill due ,,_, _____oon__ _4H74 51 I Ij _
Notice I. hereby .given that Awtln Paul 1----- j O. W. ALbRltMAN.Clerk : - - - -' .. .
purchnxer of tax rertirtcat No. 8n. doted tho7lh "
f'INAM"J.\I.IITATW! :;' day of July. A. D 1018. hu filed laid I (Seal By C. A. KNIc-HT,
certificate In my office and baa made application .
for ta,. deed, to Imue In accordant I"oaloI1..ln..nd.n.... tvr with law Said certificate embraces the following r""n'V .'*.' 10! fundn for the '."ntn "* I DILLS! PAIl> DY SCHOOL IIOAKU

d..rlhPol l property situated in Bradford 'O..ml..r.. 123. M Thomas fit and drayage -- H i'iK
county. Florida, to-wit : General Ilrb' 0.1 FendBnlanee Layton teaching -_---_::--:::::: 61.90
Southeast Quarter of Northweat Quarter ...fof I I f'C. I. 1928 _._1902.W) W irnham do --.-____ .-.___.__,_. ftli.Qn
Southwest tjuarter, Section 28. Tp. 6 S, iceipta durinir month _._Af02.1TWarranta T do iso
K -2 Kant ten nrroaThe Untied _._ l 0.0: H r..h'd:;: : .. :::::::::::::-.::--: 1.imB
rtaid land brinir" assessed at the date or Balance Jan 1. 1924 .-_...1214.89 McBae do 60.60
the Issuance of such certificate in the name of Di.trtrt N. I H Saiueo; .- _::::--:-.:::::::.-::::-- III oil

A Paul. I Balance Dec 1. 111211---------------- tl St 8 H' llnwllnv do _. _n_.__.____. ZOO./00Pella )
Unlcaa said cortificato shall he redeemed according Receipt during month -- IOCI Dowlinit I do $6.00
to law. tax deed, will taiue thereof Warrant l Inuod -.... 26 Oi> C Krlpp: do -_- .:::::::::::::::::: H00

on the 18th day of February. A. D 1924."WitneBH I Balance Jan I. 1924 .- T.U I While do _. .. ._____._________.__ $5,110,,
my official nlKnature nnd acal thia niKrirt Ne. 1Ovrrdrafl .4 I I H MdOruder do .- ____n__.-_ ._. to.0' THE UNIVERSAL CAR
the 14th day of January A. I>. 1'12 t. P..... I. I2S ...._ HO.MReceipla K Thorniiwat, do .___-_____.___.__ 55.011
O W. ALDERMAN.Seall clurlnif' month 8a..'" M IIS 00
Clerk Cl..lt -<:ou.t. : Warrnnf1 issued ___ .__ 7n".4% I Ifu' i'yo:: :: :: ..- :::::::::-:::::::: 18:00

-18-'St--15 Biodiurd County. Florida Ovrnlmft J..". 1. 1"J4 ISS.41 N Suarna do -.- ........ ..... US ouJ
I>i.>ri.t ".. 1 I I Thomas do '--n--------:::---- "HO": Forecasting A Tremendous
Ovi.rdraft Pi*.. I. 1928 .- n".44Receipt 'J "I>om.. do ._._.________._._..- 70.00
diirlnic month __- 181.08 O)4ydt) -. .. _._______._...__.._. 70110
ooeooooooeoeooeoooooeoooojGained Warrant lnHiml. ._._. .- 801 29 Jno. Holland do .. __ ___n______-__-_ 6000/ Demand
Balance .Inn 1 I. 1924 -.- 5S.8H J T I.a.. ..... do ______._n____.. soon Spring
DMrlrt N... 4 T II rMnholator. do u ___..______.___. $" 00
Balance floe 1. 1923 ._.- 8457RoceiptI. J I Oirden do -. ? n____.____._... 60ySurrency o.
month __ ____ 7.11Warrant" do (III 00
during Uniied -- 8. DOOverdraft :: do; -.-- :::::-:::::::::-- lilt 0*

.Inn I.' -ltS4 .- 1*.SIDlitrlct M Fla.en do _u______._________ ftl) 00 739,626 .
I N.. IBalance ,ciili"\.. Hi rue do .. -. _._oo.u ts noM
Ten PoundsMrs. r>e 1. loll ..- 214. hawkins do __ ____nn___..___ __ 8000A
RPc..I" during month lilt 40 I' K: McKinney do __ ._______._u_ 6000
of Warrant i l..ued. .. 2710 I. Gainey do __u.-___._.____ 4500
George S. Hunter, Balance Jan 1 1054 881.3S :: M ')...ilen do ___.___n.nn.n__ 10 nil more Ford cars and trucks were pro-
Columbus Ga., says she suffered I niitrlet .N.---------: Ii Morgan do __ __ ___-__un____.._. 6000 duced last year than the previous
__ .___ ____._. 811 00Thed
severely with female Overdraft P... 1. 1OT1: .- .94R..I" R Reddtah" do n '
.. durlnc month .- In" Tf th-Hue do __ __ .__-_________-. -8500 year, an increase of over 50 per cent.
troubles."I Warrant lMue.1 ..-. IS O' A Kmanwl: d., _____._.00___.____ 8" 00Corn
had to go to bed and I Balance Jan I. 1924 .- 03114 Kelley do .. .. 00_____________ .".00
sometimes two weeks at m.trlrt I' stay Mrs. Hunter."I I Balance Doe, 1. 1921 20601 M Paul do __ __ _________00____.. __ 4000fl In spite of this tremendous increase in production it wiia
a time, says 4.ft* M Simmons do ....__ ._. 8O.DOM
RM> Ii, month -- n. '
could not work. My. fpt* nit H 88J impossible to meet delivery requirement during the spring
were irregular and I got very I Warrant Balance Jan iiuued I 1924 -,.. 149 1''I *.Vtf *:a .i'o.--. ; _: ::::::::::::::: .:: and summer months when order for 350,000 Ford Cars

I District Ne. I ,: 8 HuUon do __ __ ._--____--______.__ W)00
thin. I went from 126 pounds Balance Dee 1. 11)23 M 81 E MinIon do ..---_. -___--__..__ 6000 and Trucks could not be filled.
down to less than 100. My I Reeeipta. during month-__........-..-- 27 8* L R .:dw.\ tramiportation __._00 65 00 ,
mother had been a user of iMued 41) 0(1 'L It l.alney do h ____- -_.. ____--.__ 71 60 for immediate has been
This winter delivery
I 1 1924 .- 20.(I W H II.rr.II do _____.__..____ 66 (no I I' year buying
Jan I.
Balance ni.'Hrt "' .. I J P Pailirett do __ u .._.__.______d 100* more active than ever before 'and in addition 200,000
... L R F..lwanto do __ ____oou______ 180 ,
Balance Dec I.
orders have already been booked through the Ford Weekly
Receipt durinir/ month __ __ !" Oil Drew Co office uppliea I ------------ 461rVntral
CAR'DUIThe Warranta burned. .____......_- Scientific Co laboratory auppla 7000 I Purchase Plan for spring delivery.
Halance Jan I l"24 ..._ 19.0' W B Hubbard window ___.____..n 600 I
.. __ 76 0H
H B aalary aupt
I IHilrlcl .Ne. .It. 110.77Receipt. II Wiira-in Wlalna do _____.. ___oon.nn. 7509 These facts clearly indicate that the demand during this
Balance pec 1. 11123 70.WWarrant H B Wlmrinn. do ,____ _____.-._._ !' 811 I
during. month.- _-______,_- U 75Balance L W KickllU-r board lerviee .-.-.-__ 42* I spring and summer will be far greater than ever and that

ianued _. 17349Ttl.trl't A A Ha..n do _._ ,______. __nn__ 8."Oil I i orders should be placed immediately with Ford Dealers as
Woman's Tonicand Jan 1. 1924 L.JWynndo _. .. ____n.___.. ..__ 141n
.N" 1 1Balance HI illH.o.lpta D Barnard warrant books. .. uu 41 I* a means of protection against delay in securing your Ford
Dee. I. 192.1 ___ ___ 4660
H Alderman transportation Tractor.
MWarranta Fordson
during month _- 88 I Car or Truck or
she knew what a good ...tI.... .-. 1 "" MASTia'S84LE -- -
medicine It was for this trouble Balance Jan I I. 1924 _.- 183.111 __ __ I
to get r>i..rtrt Ne II .',ouce i Is hereby. given that tinder and by
so she told me i final decree of foresloeure -
Balance flee 1 I. 1921 M7Receipt ft" virtue of that certain
some and take It. I sent to during month .- *.84 made and rendered. on November 22. Al
the store after it and beforeI Warrant. .laiueil nn.-__._ 4Q.nl) A I J 1'Ua by K'>norable W. 8. Bullnek d torY5..om/uMVlL
the first bottleup Balance Jan. I. U2. ..- J64- 2DUtrirt lodge of the Fifth Judicial, Circuit of Florida. ... ;/
had taken l I :;
Ne. 11 Honorable A. V. Lon.. judge of the Elfhth f5
I began to improve. My 25 Balance De... 1 I. 1923 ..- -.- JlReceipt 04 Judicial Circuit, being dwquallfled. In that. : Detroit Michigan ,
tide hurt lets and I began: to 0 during irvmth IJWarranU ft4 certain caine wherein. the Federal Loan Bank t
health. I took four 0 l* ued. .- 44 (W) nf Oilumbia. a corporation :la complainant.
mend in TOLl and J. M. Starling and Nettle Starllnc, hi*
Overdraft Jon I. 1924 A email depoeii down, with menu ol
last earf pay
all during the farm lx anAdKietatlon.
bottles in rtl.trlt N* 14Balance wife and the. Lawtey National >
ten months. Cardui acted a* i 0.-.. I. 1..'.'1 -.- 1111.1'1RPc..lpta are defendant. the undenlvned I the baUnc arranged or your enrollment under, .
tonic. I am well now.I durina- mouth _.- 1.71 will offer for >.le and will cell tn the. hl"h<...t (h* Ford Weekly Purchaa" Plan will put your
a fine and Warrant* iaiued _.- tot- JSBalanre and beat bidder for ca.h. In front of the. order on the preferred Uat lot ipni> deli".,,.
have trained ten pounds 0 Jan I. 1-124 1 am still //rwn'iur.; Mv: !'i iH h! flfiOrk-4 J'II.' 11 on Monday the 3rd day of March. .

trouble at ill and ..lar>--. Ped I. lOll .____.________ 142.11'\ A. D 1924. durinir the, le.al hour of ale.
do not me I Receipt durinir month ._...___.- 14 TOWnrrant for the purpme of atUfyina' laid: 6nal decree See the Nearest Authorized
my are quttentgular. .....ed . .. .._- "....." the following. rtnerlbed real estate lyInir I
know that Cardui will help I Balance Jan 1. I 19U .- ".1'1 and being in Bradford ,county, Honda.otlt 1 Ford Dealer
suffennz from the Pl.trlrt Ne. 14"alnne F-M
others of the Southeut
gontbweat Quarter
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Balance Jan I. 1024 Half nl Noethwent Quarter of Northeaet --- ..;-.._ J'r
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11 : r- Blink's Saturday -Night ettj!' NOW FOR THE NORTH POLE II HAMPTON LOCAL NEWS ITEMS I

Starke, Jan. 20, 1021. this be a Icssun to you. Always keep HAPPY Navymen Rushing Repairs on Shenandoah andto Aloniio Durd'jn, of Jacksonville, Starke, were guests of his sitter,

Dear Dub: I your eyes open When ever I see any Explore The Vast Area at the Pole. was the guest of his mother, Mrs T. : Mrs. J. F. Johnson, Monday.
Your letter came all rite. Gee don't one doing sumthing thet I dont knowI J. Durden, this week. j -

wish were down here then watchum then ast ---- Priest of Green
you you an questins an 1 Emory Cove, was
you wouldn't be freezin to death. It purty soon he will tell you all he EXPEDITION WILL ATTEMPT TO to the explorers. The eastern course, Rev. A. S. Jones will preach at the a business visitor here this week.

has been nice weather down here cept knows about it an-then you\ can do-ut I CHART 1,000,000 SQUARE I via Greenland would be a hop-off of Baptist church Sunday morning and I ____ "*

for the rani It has been runeing us good as hisself. MILES NOW UNKNOWN about 700 miles to the pole. How evening. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Sistrunk and

prety much an the ground has been Ma cum round to see how Pa wuz I ever, it is likely that the Shenandoahwill daughter, Mrs. Futch of Starke/were

so wet thet Pa couldn't work. Heha : gettin along jest as he finished tho Lakehurst, J,Jan. 31.-Thu take the western course from Our school is progressing nicely visitors here Tuesday.

been grumblin round the house porch floor. She took one luke and ast greatest dirigible in the world, the Point Barrow, the northernmost pointin under the able management of Prof. I] -

Baying he had so much ennergie he I| Pa why he didnt paint the ceelln and Shenandoah, claim based upon per- Alaska and then to the polar re- Lawhorn and his competent assisJ.;]' T. Quigley and Sanford Ritch, of

jest had to work it oil gum way. Ma,jiotttH fore he did the floor Pa looked formance alone, rests in her hangar gions. A mooring mast will be built tants. '|! Starke, were business visitors here

tole him to'' get sum paint an paint ut her klnda funnie and then at the I here, as enthusiastic U. S. navy chiefs I I at Point Barr w. { this week. N

the runt porch an steps. Pa Bed he porch and sed thats jest like a woman lovingly direct the work of repair, The Shenandoah will be equipped :Mrs. Mary Prevail, who has: been -

'would but he oncet belonged to a union always cumin\ round and makin suggestions which will make her ready for a his I[ with radio with a broadcasting range visiting her daughter, Mrs. Bowden, || J. J. Seykora, of Gainesville, who

and he never would take anuther after it was to late and ast tory making flight this summer, a I of more than 1,000 miles. of Macon, Ga., returned to her home j i I l is a demonstrator for the Delco Light;

..1 I fellers job away from him an besidesthe her why she didnt cum round in the trip to the North Pole. t Reduced to briefest statements, the here Saturday. I Co., was a business visitor here last
i neighbor mite think thet he cud fust place if she knowed so much. 'I four main objects of the expedition ;i Tuesday.
Two weeks the proposed flight
I- not afford to hire a man to do it. Ma : The Pup had been star din still and ago I are: Mr. and Mrs. Scott and Mr. Porter i '
was in doubt, as was questioning -;
said he ought to be ashamed of his' when Ma and Pa started talkie I of Hillsboro Ga., have been the I
sup the possibilities of success in II Conquest of the North Pole by air, I :Mrs P. VY. Moore and daughter, j
self talkin like thet, thet people admired I pose he thought Pa wuz; through and such a venture. Now, however, criticism dreamed of by the late Admiral Peary guests of their aunt, Mrs. J. M. Max-I Daisy, were shopping here Monday

folks who new how to save ready to play so like a streke he made has disappeared, as a result of : discoverer of the North Pole. well. last '
muny and thet thet was a good way fur the porch an begin to play all over I
and of the flight fron -
the unscheduled flight test \\A trans-polar airship i
fer him to set an ex ample fer folks it. Pa yelle dan called it a durn great craft in an eight hour battle America to Spitzbergen.; J. If. Pollard, of Alachua, was a The shade trees along Main street
to see how he could Pa dawg and started for it, the thot I
save money. pup with the terrific 73-milo storm which Exploration for the United States,business visitor here Tuesday are being removed in order that; the
Be dthet was rite in his line that he Pa wuz playin and made more tracks
street be made wider to take
swept the Atlantic seaboard. which may later claim it, of an Arctic > I may
could always save lie tole Ma I'a was. gittin provoked an *ed hed
money of 1,000,000 square miles, Mr. and Mrs J. B. Prevatt, of care of the highway
Every American was thrilled with area (
again how he save money by sub- teech that Dawg sumethm an wenton
cc'ribtng{ for the telegraph last week the porch after him. The Pup the story of that performance. It hitherto unknown to man.
was triumph complete in rigid dirigible Observations of the phenomena oll|
l an gettlri in on there speeiul offer. thought he wuz playin tag and run a
N; : :. You know you can not get the Telegraph by him down the steps reel fast. Pa construction and handling with the. North Magnetic Pole. I w
fer15 months by payin the tried to ketch him an slipped on the all honor to American brains and --t -- i iI t S i

i _retrlar price fer one yere. You I wet paint an set down. Thet made ability. I ;14nDLaxrn ]
seer I If Favorite YOU :r.OOE JJrO A W.&T1IDJI MUD 1
of the Aero- Olympic O&JI'
Charles P.
you get It fer 3 months free art thet! Pa reel mad an he slung the paintbrush Burgess'..,:1:__ ..._ I r 8:11.: A OLIN: .ETt
h h
"- means pa saved 50 sents. Pa sed "at the Pup an it sprinkled paint nautical Bureau, a c""U''', w o .p- II

that thet was 25 per cent on yer allover little John. Ma got mad and I pened to be aboard when the Shenan- I I -

money an thet ho worked in a bank Bed Lemuel you quwit them capers doah parted from her mooring mast ,. 1-- Political Camouflage I I

I', j oncet an thet the banker tole him to rite now( you got enuf paint on them in that great gale, expressed it all

r I never taurn .down a chance to make doze to make me do more wurk then when he said: 9 ,I Ir.Y I This! li the season when political bosses of all parties begin, to
: big paintin the hole house You dont know "Show me in the history of theseas
a per centage. II paint their parties in glowing colors, for the most part in ap-
I forgot to tell you thet a Pup come nuthin bout paintin a house noway. where a steamship has gone to I
The first evidence of such activity was evidenced -
to live with us. Pa wanted to run it Pu tole Ma she wuz just like al wimen sea in a 73-mile gale-with a skele- proved camouflage.

I away but Ma sod. that it was so play she never had no senze till it wuz to ton crew-a smashed. bow; two-iircU! when the staid New York :Kmeswhich handles "all the ,

ful thet it would make a nice thing lute enyway. bal-last ; news that's fit to print," gravely announced recently that North

to have round fer little John.I Ma jest sed the water wuz gittin | Dakota had voted 50,379 in favor of President Coolidge and
I come back to pott!; under her own
Well, Pa bought some paint. He hot I must cloze. ,
so i >"( 27,340 for Johnson. The figures gave heart to the Coolidge
Tho Shennnfloah dW that--
4 got it mixed an wuz grttin alone)! fine Yours respectively, power.
I and cast a damper on those who favored the man from
\ and in doing it removed all doubts regarding men
Me and the Pup and little John wui: BL1NKY. .
I1 I I'I' watch him. I tol him he wuz paont- P. S. How is skating? I the possibilities of building I Ia the West. So far so good. The people, however, are not told

I .In like a reel painter Pa sea Son let P. S. Again Doe Annie go skatin? and navigating a dirigible In all kindsof that these figures came as the result of a "state proposal cum
I : weather-and with safety to her I II IL
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-- - ---- ---- --- -- -- ------ ventlon, one of those delightful little inventions of th political !-
crew. This great test was cheap at i
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NEGRO WHO INSULTED WHITE next day. the cost of the slight damage she suffered I .. boss framed chiefly for purposes of propaganda. ..

WOMAN: KILLED BY OFFICERS She told Inspector. B. Cahoon : ." I II I -It. iI interesting to note that the members of.the'rllGtte pro-

I yesterday morning of the negro's How Shenandoah posal convention" are self-appointed agents of the old guard.

Says lllack Made\ Insulting Proposals proposals and the inspector told her I Rattled the Storm I More interesting however, is the manner in which they arriveat

1 to Her-Notified AuthoritiesJacksonville to arrange a meeting should he tele- |Shenandoah their total vote. One gentleman arises and states he comes
1: phone again. The telephoned I
I '" from a district which nominally polls 15,000 votes. Therefore
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yesterday afternoon and she thim and $100,000, the principal loss being I
Jan. 31.-Augustus to meet her at Orange and Main at 7 in the escape of expensive Heliumgas. : I he casts those 15,000 votes for Coolidge, or Johnson as the ease

Mills, 35, negro, of North and Orange o'clock. s I The ship's blunt nose was com- .._ < I I may be. Another.member arises and "coming from a district

streets, was shot to death at Orangeand I Policemen Kelly, Whitman and Lee pletely smashed, the steel plates covering I having 10,000 votes" he casts 10,000 for the man he has been
Main streets.shortly after eight detailed to catch the i the joinings both fore and aft !
were II
negro.Theyhid I' directed by the bosses to support. These 15,000 and 10,000
o'clock last night by three motorcycle behind house the were ripped away. The top blade of I
a near comer
I voters have not authorized for them.
policemen after he l is alleged to of Main and Orange streets. Half the vertical rudder was snapped, the ': I delegates to vote t They

have tried to shoot one of them when an hour before the woman arrived, fabric was torn in three places, and f- have never even expressed themselves on the question. But the

led into a trap by a white woman they saw a negro walking nervously gas escaped from two forward compartments 11" <- secretary of the convention adds the figures as voted and the

who accused him of making Indecent from one aide of the street to the | < I result is seriously given out to the country as the voice of the

proposals to her. other, they said. I Despite these handicaps, imposed Helen Condon of Omaha, Nebr., state. In ithis case there was recorded a sweeping victory for
Eight shots, all taking effect, were when she was wrenched from the holder of every Mid-Western A A. I
I fired by the policemen while the woman An inbound street car stopped at mooring swivel, within five minutes U. record from 40 to 320 yard Cool dge. It might, with equal absurdity, have been declared a 4 4weeping
Orange and Main streets shortlybefore swims In various strokes la
looked on. Three of the buUets I, after being tossed crippled into the a I victory for Johnson.
o'clock. favorite of American girl .
8 The alighted prime
', entered the negro' head, three pierced The approached her took; her i i(I I raging elements the Shenandoah was swimmers fQr Olympic honor this It is political frauds of this character that are causing the
negro ,
,. his abdomen, the seventh IIPlintpr-1 arm and began walking west on Or- I,1 I under control, had turned her face yea!", I rapid spread of so-called independence in politics, und it ii
I' I'd{ the bone In the right arm, I into the storm to fight it out'and in
ange street Policeman Kelly, the truly unfortunate when responsible newspapers lend themselves
eighth went through the left arm. lie I eight hours returned to her hangar I
died instantly. nearest to him, grabbed him. I, under her own power. I to such public deception. After'all, regardless::! of their polities?

The woman reported to the policeyesterday I II The negro reached to his waist for From Secretary of Navy Denby, ,I-: Bryan's CandIdate.1 1 i leanings! the people want to know the truth, not to be deceit-mi.,]
morning: that the negro his revolver and Policeman Kelly fir-I down to the last man-jack of the crew'

I had annoyed her Monday afternoonin cd. Jerking: away from the olllcer, of'the Shenandoah, there remains not Now coined a new threatened! court battle' over the prOl'lIl1C1ll'f'l"8
the she in the northern the negro, bleeding from n wound in I Ia Iya fruit uu Insane a.yltmi of Thaw
store operates one doubt\ but that the "Qu6en of theky" Harry Hlnytr' of Stanford White.
I part of the city. She was asked the abdomen, staggered backwards, | will be successful in the flight Thanhie\ done very nlevl.v since he luis teen In the asylum and: KO
and released his gun. He tried to liUTO-fhe people. The world ran Btill get along without disturbing. fbo.x
by the police to arrange a meeting\ to the North Pole this summer. .: "ting condition.\
I The policemen waited at Main and shoot when Policeman Kelly fired the > Repairs are being rushed here as _

I I, Orange streets and when the negro rapid second succession shot. Then, six fired.other shots, in ': aeronl1\tlcnl"chleb\ go to northern The people wonMrlike, to have the soldier grt a bf>fia... 'At the! '
I appeared and accosted the woman, were points to make final arrangementfor < ....1.1.. ,.111., I iutoiilil like taxes reduced. At the nubia time they n.u,: iI. I
PolicemanfjKelly attempted to( seize Assistant States Attorney W. M. tie trip.Congressman. l.i., -o I.-,,p mi .milking: the rich through taxation llov mucli' >tJI''I'|> i U''
hlm.fhe'negro( Is sold to have reached Madison and County Detective Henry''' French of Idaho, the n'l trhrm.ox, :: Is.gored! !

for his pistol. Lillicnthfll started an investigation.An chairman of the Haute subcommitteeon -- S

The revolver, however, caught in inquest probably will be held the naval affairs, says: |Notv York's Governor "Our Al.' surely has made a tfn-nrrllto. : In
the negro's clothing and before hv latter part of the week. I "Tho Shenandoah accepted nboiJt'' MM mcs.xn-.jp. to the Legislature: ', by stating that the Interest of the public
..xe Ulna com I before the lute rest of the port The people are dallKhted at
could draw it Policeman Kelly, who I the most severe teat that could bt such u novel tliougbt: but what will the bosses sad TError
was holding the negro's right arm, Tint MORKIMJ PEOPLE conceived and she met it successfully ,. .
fired. The negro )Jerked away and Tho best of workers (get: out, of parts Although there is a resolution pending ?
{ raised it to when the liver fails. to act. They feel
brandishing his pistol, languid, half-sick, "blue. and discouraged. in the House calling on the navyfor
) 1 fire, when Policemen E. L. Whitman and think they are .netting lazy. Neglectof : information as to the reason fm --- -- -- --
V and C. F Leo began shooting. these symptom might result in a tuck the proposed flight, It is my opinion Hard to Eradicate.
While alone in her store Monday spell, therefore tho sensible course U to that the Perfectly Comprehensible.
uncheduled test of the Shen-
take a ilo,..o or two of Herbine. 1 It ia just Error, we are poetically assured The following /speech was made! 1 by>
afternoon, the negro Insulted her and tho nunlirma needed to purify the system andoah in that great storm will bt hen wotindi' fearing she would be attacked, she and restore tho vim and ambition of accepted! by congress as evidence of lergoes an aim,,;>, Immediate demise\ cow had been killed by a train\ : "If
promised to( meet the negro the next health. tYicc 60c. old by i the ability of the craft to undertake' bet In sober truth we know otherwise the train hiul been run at It should\ have
day. That night she told her hus All Drug Store : and successfully accomplish the polar Error l-< like u decapitated snupplugurtlf been ran. or If the' bell had beta rand
band. The negro telephoned her on I voyage." w tM that cnntln'itfi' to nun.: on fur as It should have been rang mt\ this
Tuesday morning and again in the Winter is the time to plan for the :May Claim New t1b inconxclnnnlilc. length'" of time: lifter it nhlMtle. had been blown as It .should

afternoon and she told him to call the spring work in poultry business j Land for United States __ __u .. rNOK ought, to recognize the unture of the have been Mew, roth of which they did
Utuatlon anti die. neither, the cow would pot have bee
According to the claim the
navy *
Albert 'cJJuraod when
I Alexander llarphae, she war kllle-
trip is not a dash for the pole. Instead Cinville, FU., President of the
.. it is simply following the pol- University of Florida, whom Wm. ; j
,.GETYOURMONEYPROMPTLY icy of the navy to explore. !Mora than J.nnh>g Bryan announce .e hi. I'--

one million square miles west of the bole.toon torSpraying for Pve.ld.nt the Demomtfe notnbi. ;I : "ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR-HE KNOWS"For ?

e INMAN &. RITCH pole remain unexplored and still a I, over-35 y eare the E. O. Pointer Fertilizer Company Las furnished Florida

REPHESENT TilE BEST LEADING mystery. If the navy can clear up ; .[rowers with fertilinr. The continued palron., of etp.ri.nc* INSURANCE COMPANIES, FIRE, this last geographical riddle it will the Irish potato crop with ; I''roof of satisfactory. ,..ul...
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