<%BANNER%>

UFPKY NEH LSTA SLAF



Bradford County telegraph
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/02215
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 8, 1924
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:02215
 Related Items
Preceded by: Starke telegraph

Full Text
.i.. "11 ,., .. .- ,. .......,..- ." -.-...." ."...... "...:..-:::'.. ,.. ..:.:; ....-. .- ._--- ., .:.,, .ii!;- : idl. ', ..t.., -.;' '-" : .;.:.:r\.r: :: JLr.i : ... -


.







(






iirabfnrh





__= ==- __=c=.7'= __ -.=-=:_ .: '.- ==--'- _.--" .,.-., -= --"'--"- c.._ ----'=_c .=__==___===_=__===:_.-- -.:..-.-==----= -- -.::;:- -==--. --:==_= =-=--=-:-:= ':: --, '. '

Established 1879. Subvert; in--!'er \ ear, $2.00; Six Months. $1.00-Payable In Advance. E. S. Matthews,, Editor and Proprietor

.--, .-- --- -= -==- : =-'.=': -=-='- ,,"-= =-=: :_.=_ .... -... -.' -__ ._-.__ ._.:=...;;:...._ -=-- _. : ._ .: --, -- -_ -- _.--==-- .=.= '-

VOLUME FORTY-FIVE STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 19.JI. NUMBER: : TIIIKrY-TIIKEK

--- -.- -
-- --- - -- ---
------ -- --- -
... .....-......-.._ _. -, .. 1 A. K. WILLIAMS OF HIGHLAND
Widow of Great CITY
ROAD WORK I FOUND DEAD AT HIS HOME I TRYING

I A GREAT AMERICAN War Prcsi..l nt


BEING PUSHED .... ._ __,= ., !:!.Mt4S.'IZtI ,,- = 1T 'f'1:"' C-' Probably a Suicide-Was Missing a NEW DITCHER

; Week Before Discovery of Body

Re
I k I I lha town council has tried several
On Tuesday, February 5, the road Highland, Feb. 8.-A gruesome And II
1 I a'''w implements in their endeavor t.
I was made here Sunday morning when
bond trustees met in regular session .
\. -r red lll'a the cost of ditching and Krail
the body of A. K. Williams was dUtovered -
to consider matters pertaining to our I HUT the unpaved streets, but the host

improved road system. The main I lying on a bed in his homo I work nf any of them required muchipplfimntary
in a badly decomposed condition. Mr.
feeling during the whole session was hand work. They hn.
\\ had been living alone for
toward rapidly pushing to conclusion I oIl decided! to try a disk plow and
the work the lateral road sumo time and had not been seen by {'eIw
.
on system .C ,in- was secured through Andrew &
throughout the county. Tho work' : w f any of his neighbors since Sunday \unwrii'ht., .

that has already been and is beinffwas ? afternoon, one week before his body
found. This plow resembles! a disk of the

considered and means of pushiiiiiit was The windows of his home were all 1 harrows How to generally used, but IH
at a still more rapidly rate were
,'Ised and locked and at first his nO"lIt two feet in diameter and stoutin
discussed. The advised that
engineer ijfhbors, thought ho hud gone. away 1 proportion. It is attached to a
the north I
convict working oi
gang lordaon, tractor betwevn tho nhooUmi
I ,
few and of his
Lra neari
days, one
Lawtey ban been increased in numbers .
.
iKhbors fed and 1 watered his chickoas. the right sldo. It \18 under the
to sixty men and assurances -9__ d"\'er's" eye and can be raised or lowered -
have been given that it will further I I h
of lover.
alarmed his continued ? by moans a
Becoming \,5 (
increase. This means that the work I I
absence an entrance was forced Into' I Tuesday morning 'tha implement
will go forward with still greater ( ,
'I
I .. tie house and the body found. Sher- I was tried out on Lafayette and Third r
speed than in the past. Already over
I ,lit Weeks, of Green Cove Springs, I streets, shore there was hard clayeyround
BO percent of the clearing of right-of- !
is ''as notified, and came over to heldan i :. tough grass\ sod and pools of
way completed and about one-
Inquest. A verdict of death from w.itur. Chairman Hoover, J. Unlow .
third of the grading work completed l. I
unknown causes was rendered. Dr. | and A. O. Andrea wore present, Mr.
Tho S, R. Johns gangs working south
i iJiown, of Lawtoy, was! called, and .'.i droii directing the work. JossoNi
of Hfirko are ma'dnj satisfactory
: :
'fiat a thorough examination ropn ;t'w..oni, who curt manage his trac-
pro:" rcii! They worn very fortum'o
\\ ed no ma:ki or bruijes of any km i l r better: thin the average toamitor
in f-ct'm": the most of the work In tie!
u I id i sll by whi II. ran hin' mules, mc\ilo the plow 11 MO
I '.. 'i countered before ft i r'i :y u I i ;, oi any ;ns :
t h.'. i"i,t,1:,1 u' e, nil no Lila cai'uo of don to 1 I work that tint ntf 1'itIi'r i ; were
i-ifll: f.'t in, now they: .:n" 'V" .;' '. i
< .\ f. h",,n; later, while strut lit- ( vinci'd that It \i.4 I'M'" r>'ti. :hinr:
tlio li r rou I t'le ""' ,- 7Lxel
,,, : r 1 ;' 11,1' l ti covorH on a boil, "d.IJ".n ,: ; : had 1 be 'n I liiKin, .! ; ; fir. t: will
< 1 not h'"Jzr 1 U 'i t' .
i c the body was 1 lam r o >, ai /'Jt' r 1 u flutter< atI.:.,: i.i .i, tly! d" ', til,itirui

.:" t ctont. i ,i ct can>oUu acid \Y..s (Iia / r l A's' h u..1 \\. .'', arl 1}' It' the

O I 1.- & D- '1'- h'\p:- ad! .':,, 1 It',.'t t 1" '. ': I ti-' :ll| tllU< cn rcus.,. 'lilii / t omiT-t 1'h: !."' r "i I i Ih','"

.' cJ1y, 1 nil "r i ('IP i, i-," : 1;: '' ...I .tl a vary smelt q'I.' 1 In dlI'I: I mli:,; r, .' ,..I'! Ih! ,: ,, 'I t its: ,
,
01' t t':"' -,.;tion. "r t i1".1' k "-0 :' :> '",/ i-: i o. ill, about nil o:!.l:.- r .;: ," i 1 f,1r4 .1 I \' of ill-
ar1 ff-'m,; St 'T-' l' n |he' i Cr''t'' ,'- A I h., i .. ..: i ,,no. IL is very Ki,; '. ,\ ."t it in r\("oJ n'' i! o f I! rmlt 1C i

cd :. .J t","ir b, <. "n 'B 1 af \1't t ..1 Ui.\jt ho b. *a.MO d litin; i ii it i- a-t-r:\t .Im ; In f', .",. nP, il i it :

v.'",!:. 1'\*:o hi1 1 .r i,p'i Tr' (it wi,.': '" ,.. tea pout .ii 1 a't H'n IM of l .11, I r i I '. tn. 1 I. n-n- .' !

one n"i-ITi rf r.. -r'v r,,,,1 1 th' n"'i\ tso : (. wjj: I..ado nt tI" i i ri> of \

.L'I: t.f 'irla'. 'T, ''''>i !k of li";n ;: S I i I. .y r.;o'"j' morau. ,. } ; i tra r nmtiin.r tt<.*n n h'II'I' i'i! I dim '_

t''," tr" ibors o'i I Oi' br'llo 1 Cl")" ,'n1? ,t, & i .. .i ".<.1 t by a wita and t.iri y I in41' 4 }(},; 'I I I dmle plow!' sh mid I In', i "..d hy

C:,,'o- i'rr"lc it iv> in p'n'l" l "i ', n i Inc ui iiiij st.ito: u,1, 'Ii! who own ti..icl.,>i':s. It HIH'\m'i tn lie

thin;: Ii rishould,; be com ,Ict",1" ready: II ; Krti ('LOnu .1 i '\\j: and uinUirs, WHO ie- I' ."t!1. I ltnpl>'iiiotit yet i ins,, I'nl( for \

fnr trnvnl within two or thrc' to eke I : ;- 4: : Side in Indiana. ''in(' ildnjt up now, rough land Some R R.il

Hills Will De Opened II I i tiro: I Ihi Pablo Beach tmnrovei "

Tho board went Into the details re- Mr. and Mr. W. A. Thomas, Mr MiM.\Voodrow Wilson who, widow lovingly of i "' (V in clearing the jungles of I

and Mrs. Geo. Wilkinson and baby the former president, :'i.ood 1 and paltnottoes by using
tardmr the 55; miles of lateral roadon had been his. constant companion ,
which the contracts have not an left Thursday for Bushnoll where end nurso 'ulnce lily plijslral: brenU-, u, .i> plows drawn by two Pontoons

yet boon let. Tho -".,ttpr of permanent they will rosiaa. Gown before the completion of hit I.iiiLu" up the in nil without having to

locations, getting right-of-fay,,, ru p I E. W. Cox was a business visitorto second term when of oinco.shit became Upper,bill as see be (" ort to hand grubbing, thus saving .

etc, was gone into and plans have I America's War President, Woodrow Wilson, earned Ala place In Jacksonville Wodneoday. and appeared wife during Ills presidency ,:runt sum of money. What the plow

been mad! to let tho pontrnrfq at I Ulrtory. aa a great American. These pictures anew (big photo) as lie I II Mr. and Mrs J. A. Starling, of Lower. the most recw: >t picture at r i nimit cut through It rolls pver, and
o Ills term of office Just before Balling to Paris to relative "
second tcksonville
least by the middle of next month or I looked during were visiting 11011I : it never chokes
kelp dictate peace JCo: 1, Woodrow Wilson 6n his 65th birthday two hare And at Clay Hill Saturday.J. .
sooner if possible. With this work after retiring to private life No 3, Wilson back from ParIs I --------
completed and contracts let, Bradford ,'years Peace Conferenceblmeely taking the treaty to present to V. 8. Con- I D. Moore left Friday for Mu h- liAiti/t\: ':" + It'SIIH Try METERS( INSTALLED

county wil Ihavo under construction I Cress| No. 6, Woodrow Wilson' lint publla appearance In Washington nell where he will be located in the j

as splendid n system of reads as any after being stricken down Uurooab.a.T nrcck fa oontludlqg peace tutWItoor future. On lust Munda." mn'niri": Lh,- f HlarkeHukcry ::1 -
Is with kin. Mr. Claridy of 1'urrish, arrived on Mr. II. H. The change In lha electric light service -
county in the state can boast of. .. wax tuken nVtlr hy
Friday to relieve Mr Moore as section : to the citizens: of Starke from
State nock Base Nobles, of ( reen C"Vl' Spriml.a Mr. .
Highway _. old the current hat -
--- foreman for the Seaboard. He the to now practically
to Sturku barked by a
L. M. Gray, of Orlando, the suc- anticipates! moving his family here at Nobles cones I all been completed and the new

cessful bidder for the work of layingthe END COMES PEACEFULLY AT an early date. wide been experience in tho business as a for baker about, having five I meters! hnve been installed. The new

8-inch rock base on the state !Mrs. II. C. Wimbvrly! and Miss life experienu' been I moler rates ore in effect this month.
is rapidly pushing his plansto years g'linIed having been mad.
The first readings
highway Beth Wimberly were visitors to Jacksonville tho
of the best shops in
begin the work. We understandthat 11:15 LAST SUNDAY MORNINGWAR Friday.A. In some I"jr" time ha was !employedby I on tho first. In other words from now

the first work will be done on state the electric bill. will be just for
A. Crews and C, 1>. Man visited Federal' of Dukcrius. on
the Starka-Lawtey section. Mr. Gray 'I great rloclf. Saturday night he was I friends at Maxville Sunday.Mrs. The the Sturke Bakery System tinder the supervision the amount of current used. The bond

expects to have the actual work start- TIME ]PRESIDENT YIELDS knocking at the chamber door A Ida B. Williams and B. B. of the former owner, J. O. trustees are asking that nil patrons
ed within 30 days of the letting of of this fuct. There will b.
TO "EXHAUSTION FOLLOWINGDIGESTIVE : faithful physician and a loyal wife Williams arrived Sunday to take did only the pastry baking, make note
Turner
the contract. That will make it start- stood with their tracks against it. At charge of the Williams homo and funeral of Mr. No- without a doubt, a substantial reduc-
with tho coming
ing about the first of the month. Mr. D1STUIUINCE"AFTER : II! o'clock he rattled the knob and called I arrangements for the body of but now will havean tion In the Unfit rule, but just at this

Gray's bond, covering his contract, FOUR YE\HS FIGHTING to the peaceful, prostrate flgare A. K. Williams. bles, the people of Starktt time the amount of the reduction l I.
; to good home I
has already been placed through the AGAINST THE INEVITABLE on the bed-a great bed, long and I N. Dees visited relatives at Max- made opportunity bread, fresh from secure: the oven and rates that can be made has not bee

local insurance and bond agency of wide of the bed in which decided.
-THIRTY DAY PERIOD OF a replica villo for the week-end. Storks Mr. Nobles will also definitely

Inman & Ritch the bond being for MOURNING I>DECLARED HONORING Abraham Lincoln slept in the Whito I Fred Mickler, of Madison, was a continue made in the baking of high grade I Beginning with the next quarter'

approximately $258,700.00.Contractor House, with a golden American eagle business visitor here Thursday. we understand there will also be quit.
DEAD CHIEF. cookies, cakes, pies and the various
in Starke | and a tiny silk American flag just I C, M. Click, of Jacksonville was pastries. His wide experience means I a reduction In water rates Inaugurated. -

over the headboard. business here Friday.K. The installation of the now municipal -
Mr. L. M. Gray, the contractor, was transacting that only the bent products, will be
. in our city on Tuesday, starting his Washington, Feb. 3-Former Pres- ,i 1 The watchers knew the battle wan 'I M. O'Kelly, of Sparr, arrived on turned out and ho Is. assuring the citizens light! and water plant Is responsible
.
plans for the beginning of the work ident Woodrow Wilson died at 11:15:: i lost. At the portal of the door now Monday to relieve J. C. Yoakum as of this county'that he Is hereto for the reductions which every -

1 looking up locations, etc. Mr. Gray o'clock this aiornlng. open, the faithful negro servant hov third trick operator.J. please. He expects to run hU bak- ritizen is mighty glad to pee

I has a very modern set of equipment The end was peaceful. Life ebbed ered. On the bed, sitting beside her C. Yoakum left Monday for Dado! in gon a regular! schedule so that his .

\ for road building and estimates that away while ha slept.A 'i husband, sustained with all the fortitude I. City where he has accepted a posi patrons may know exactly at what M'WOItril: LEAGUE SOCIAL

! he should be able to lay the rock base tired man, he closed his eyes and I' and composure of a woman tion. time they may get fresh bread and

, at a rate of 2 1-2 to 3 miles per unfaltering facing a crisis, was Mrs. Wilson, hot rolls out of the 'oven. Kvery: The Kpworth L x.vue "old an en-
month If everything well. Ha holding between her hands the wan, I A WOOIM'KCKEKYTAs
. goes nine o'clock the fresh
morning at joyable social Fri! lay evening at the
"like who the
hereafter one
r operates a fleet of eighteen big wraps withered right hand that had proved
and at ten o'clock
bread will be ready
about and I club house. !Mrs. A. W. Anderson,
drapery of his couch him of tho old electric
trucks which manned the than the sword. soon as one
by mightier
j are experienced pen I the hot rolls will be ready to over
go Mrs. R. F. Clark
Mrs. J. F. Colloy,
T drivers. In addition to other lies down to pleasant dreams. I I Near the foot of the bed was his oldest light poles in cut down, some one of I II
Dr. Grayson, his friend and physician I the force to the top end of it to the counter. and Mrs. II. O. Drown chaperoned the
excellent he to goes
equipment operates a daughter, Margaret, resigned Those who have triad, Mr. Noble'sproducts .
,
steam hoist for the unloading of the announced the end of the great the Inevitable. Close by, tears wel- : gather up the pecan nuts that the have, pronounced them to be crowd of young! puople.! .
war president In a bulletin which said town woodpeckers had stored in holes Numbers of games weer enjoyed,
i rock. While the section of the road ling from his. eyes and coursing down the best. The people of Starko
which will be worked on first i b that that tho immediate cause of loath his cheeks, was Dr. Grayson, taking made by themaelveii. Does not this welcome very him and I we feel sure will among them being an advertisement
content In which Elizabeth Andrewsguessed
the was exhaustion following a digestive; furnish: a suggestion for a new industry
extending from Starke to Lawtey, the measure of the flutteringpulse, him building nice bak-
assist in up a
I the highest number.
which the
location of railroad sidings here are disturbance began in early weaker and fainter with each effort. ? in .
t part of last week, but did not reach I poles about ery business our community.AT Sandwiches and cocoa were served .
such that probably the work will be Death advanced and beckoned for Why not plant cypress
an acute stage until the early morning I I the being furnished by a committee, assisted by Mia Lucite -
extended both north and south of the last time. The tired, worn-out 15 feet apart, poles KEYSTONE; HEKJIIT9

Starke after it is once started, before hours of February 1st. I man drew a long breath, there was a I with big holes for nests and smaller Mitchell.

the equipment is moved to another Last Friday the Grim Reaper had slight flutter <.t the eyelid, an almost holes to fit big pecan nuts. The J. J. Houser of Keystone Heights,
,
location., I forced his way into the house after imperceptible twitch of the nos, woodpeckers would soon nest there entertained large number of friends A CANINE JAIL
a
waiting on the doorsteps more than trils. I and fill the holes with nuts. Two hundred -
The citizens of this will all -
'f county at Keystone Inn Monday evening, In
,
tn.r he had advancedto
be glad to know that a copy of thUyear's years. Saturday I Woodrow Wilson's soul had drifted posts to the acre, each bearing honor of his son. and daughter, Mr. Since dogs must not run loose la

budget of the state road department : the landing on the staircase and i out on the great dark! tide that runs .., two pound of nuts, at the low estimate and Men J. David Houser, who are town any more (while the ordinanceis
stood counting off the ticks of the of 25 cents a pound, would bring
has been received and that around all the world. I visiting him from San Francisco, Cal. still fresh) a jail for transgressor

all of the projects In Bradford countyare I I the planter $100 per year No fertilizing The evening was delightfully spent In had to bo provided. It Is built in s

taken care of. Another interest ricultural county in the state, will Flairs at 'half Mast I II : cultivating or spraying of the playing card! and dancing. Refreshments sever style of architecture In on.

'. ing feature that is of practically a.t soon be an accomplished fact. I The flag over the armory in Starke poles would be necessary. Why not were served In the big dining corner of the old park.. In It may be .;

much interest to us is the fact that Bradford county is now mikin: ? the i will fly at half mast during the thirty try it? If the nuts were taken fromth room. seen ky-yis in all sorts of mental stages

the budget!; also takes care of the five most rapid stride toward her honored r day period of mourning ordered eholei, as eggs are from hens'nests from the hilarious pointer pup

sthe northwest place among the counties of Florida I by President Coolide. and replenished by the birds, that
t l mile stretch of road acros BASKET ALL GAMES to the despairing "houn' dawg"
' .p corner of Clay county, which Is that she has ever made. The ad- an even larger sum could be realized wonders If ho is really worth what it

absolutely essential in connecting tipI vent of the good roads system con- I M. D. Newmans, who has leased from a woodpeckery.Mr. Friday afternoon at 3:30 there will cost' to get him out-:CO; cents-or if .I
with the surrounding cities the Mack blacksmith shop and be two basket ball games at Stark.
necting mos ,
the Bradford county and Duval county up I It wil! Ibe to line up against a wall a*
I road systems. and towns with JacksonviTIc: tho I his wheelwright, W. L. Thomas, ban and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot had on the,towq court. The boy. and girls Every dog has his day..

There seems to b. nothing now that largest city of the stat, makes this been busy of late building timber a* guesU during the wtek-end at teams from Green Cove Springs will sunup.

or will the most rapid section the mod favored of a:I. Have carts for M. G. Grime, Drew. Alvarez their bome on Cherry street, Mr. and battle with the boys and girls of the ,
can ppevent
construction of hard surfaced faith In Bradford county, invvf t jour and Joe Grlflls. These tarts are subuls. Mrs. R. T. Osteen and Mrs. A. B.I I Bradford High School. Everyone P. A. Crosby, Crooker merchant,

I Ute Mr,.n- of Brooker, and W. rn,..-. ..r>.. rhf.r //<. the home tMm had. buftinens before the board- 'jrv-

best future wJI be lec.U". ., barefoot "f Otter Creek. E.un..adon 15e and 2ie.: day.
let" to Bradford county, the ag- -- -...... i J I I I II I I.II




I tI



e



*n.! 1. :: :" : .,.... ...... ...-'....: jhr'IIII r ur .1 r 4'_ --Al.II .b..... '" J .MI>. "'"-"' .,,- -"IIh. .-'_ -. ...... AvO. I F--ti' ;... .... .,...u-
; : ; .
.
: ...
:_ Y .. ,'"; "..".. -_'!!! !' .: --.0- ...._ ..,...;r. -...;; ..... weavaai;;;.- ::;. ... _?- iii """" :":.",,,,,,,,, _"



... ., .. ... ,_.. ..,.--. -. ., .. _. .. ... ,

-



+yr




,
C

j'

r .- FRIDAY FEDRUARY 8. 1924. i
,PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA

__ n' .__ _______ .- ---.--------

F'' ,' do but to submit his resignation, in
answer to the public will.

i I, Famous Tea Pot Dome Oil Properties In Wyoming The Situationat [
the Navy OfficeMuch RUbItInp

FA' x r 5 r a $>, HARR 1 I the same situation prevailsin

I t.$ St1KLA1R relation to Denby.: Senator Walsh

'' demands that the of FJl eely.
::1.: ;: 'openly secretary
: the navy resign, and the secretary of
the navy at defiantly declares he willSec'y t
PROMPT RELIEF


+ f Mustang Liniment positively banishes

sore muscles strain), bruises with a
of Denby
j Navy [
'. \'t/ few applications. Mustang doesn't burn
or smart It Is made of soothing heal

> ,. p--: .....,. ( ing oils that p 'netra>e the flesh to tho .

,.''. ".' .. v very bone I For 71 yeun Mustang Lini-
I '" ment has been thereat "friend in need"

1 4i ./ ., ( to MAN, LIVESTOCIC and POULTRY.

uroa.ere g' Use it freely for

Rhntma Pit" ,etc. Jlarn_ Sure.
lam a
i Above Is a picture of the U. S. Navy Oil Reserve land In Wyoming, which is) the i cause of the rigid lilt LumbagoNeuralufi FootindSlimild.T !Skin Lumps
Federal investigation to discover whether the leave granted to Harry M. Sinclair should> b. annulled. P Hot Spruin.etc.
; I Crip; ,Culda Scab,rtiI Scnka2C
e g Pneumonia lcx>f Duwnw lack Rot
Mumps Inflamed Udder CatarrhCanken

I! Out of Teapot Dome Scandal I Conloi".31Im.Ho..hold SOc 9la.. I Croup I.Cut iphtherln.Ivd! J Snrea l're.tt Sore'vavlno Ulcers Wounda Teats Gape keep Worms

.
Iao much Sore Nipples. Locked Jaw Pip.eta
ace.".. e


! : I II Ii Contain 91.00 Stim.. li FREE (WnMfarboautlfilHUL'VRNIRIRN'ilubl;II.,nrnt nFwhr./y' ; fray -
Comes "Walsh for President" Cry II .. much mm25c =I=:"'i tioiu, for ilHinir. MII.InilLAmoma" Cur Jiliullyntl: I:
J 'i I alas "r'l' l rid.n far Il..aIr Mv' 'cL.lUtr1 U..kl*.nod,t*u.. uh-y N. Y.Lyon N w.<2ii




i I (Written for the Telegraph by Edward when the (Democratic convention, work do not hesitate to charge that MUSTANG

I Percy Howard) I.opens in New York the hour will be for the reasons stated the choice of

I Washington Feb. 6.-There Is only at hand for a spectacular stampedu. I Gregory is a most unhappy. one. VOCA.'r "CXe Cod O/d S'randbv Jwri c /898 .
Two weeks ago the temerity was felt l1aulCht-rty 'Twlxt
one story on everybody' lips today In
I at the possibility of William Jennings Devil and Deep Sea "Branded as utterly unfit for UMMENT
Washington-Teapot Dome. The national I I place in the cabinet by Senator
Bryan touching the spark with
capitol is swimming In the oil i i an- Tremendous interest has been taken -' Walsh, of Montana, "In divesting
other Cross of Gold speech to swing in Senator Wheeler's resolution himself of responsibility for Naval
scandal. Sensation follows on the candidate I SOLD BY DRUG AND GENERAL STORES
the balance in favor of the real "
calling President Coolidge to request Oil Reserves. -
heels of sensation go rapidly that even upon
r trained newspapermen used to a 1 he has carefully wrapped up In I II the resignation of Attorney '" ,'W +F4 J/4fi9'47 A
I hia familiar muffler but now, belief General Daugherty. Daugherty has
,i= calm analysis and news dissection are I
I Iin the Bryan influence has waned. been the old man of the administra-
puzzled to know what anglo to tackle do nothing of the kind. He stands
The eyes are on Walsh. The wiseacressee Two transfers of Palm Beach ocean Spraying the Irish potato crop with
from hour to hour. Each man fears for the part he played in the leasing
I In Walsh a great national prosecutor front for total considera- 6-5-50 bordeaux: mixture is the rection -
he will sense the wrong news slant of the government oil lands and says property a
and awaken in the morning to finds patriotically and fearlessly | Brands Daugherty I he would do the same thing again if of $1,000,000 were made recently ommended method of controlling the

bin rivals have beaten him all over tearing into tho inmost recesses of the same situation presented.As by II. C. 'Bartholomew and the firm disease known a. late blight.
government graft and corruption one of Green & Palm Beach
the first page. the Dietsch con-
I for suggested resignationof
. r
I' In the meantime the implacable standing movement as leading the responsible with face head uplifted of a- I "other officials and officers" which tractors. Farming is the noblest profession.

senator from Montana Thomas J. includes assistant of
the secretary
r and unafraid the spirit of Amer-
I, 4 Walsh man of millions and of great ican loyalty the foe of the despoilersof '( the navy, Theodore Roosevelt no development ,

. : ability keeps calmly at his work of the Republic. , : investigation hia hand to the plough Roosevelt is glad to sing in the still JONES
Where Walsh fit with the
his jaw set his determination forced may ,t; SAYSDetermine "
plans of the bosses of course is an- e small voice; to be regarded more os 1 g
--- -.-- --- -- less automaton in the -
as an
but the belief to
other
matter seems '
be that the situation is too big for the rI: $ "9"tIf' tions and merely an official neltotia-I I Your WorthEvery
,
J Albert B. Fall ,. I II bosses to control and that they will ger to the president outside the I

hav o bow to the clamor of an out- ; ( ".' ;j; ;:" conference rooms and the more Col!
= raged public when the moment ar- % wow >V. the better will be pleased those party earn what we deserve AU witrfcs are not paid In coin The men who
rlv...
work only for uouey ueldoui have anything but money. And whether
About Coolidge's rfr" leaders who have an interest in the they have much or: lithe ui' that they are oon forgotten by a world ;
Choice of Gregory state of New York. eager to.reward unselfish deeds. ;

There was a wild whoop of protest I' :r.: It is, of course an open secret that It M a common practice to blame the world for our own fault*. "
heard here as soon a. President Coolidge ,, I Theodore Roosevelt's ambition is to i When jour estimate of your worth and the world's estimate do not ,q
agree I'lIryourselt before the world. .
you curse
:
I .i follow in the of his distinguished ; ., :;
announced the appointment of footsteps ....
'I Co I 1. m essential element to every success. Oxygen Is eisenI .
L.l
Thomas Watts Gregory of Texas as father. .He has got as far as tlal to tl UJV of all Ban. but uo flsli can live on oxygen alone Self- 'I ,
the Democrat ward in conducting the [AuT"'C.v rc assistant secretary of the navy. Up aaUvr.i I. 'UKnclillur and the surest sponsor for failure. FfDls

i presidential probe into the oil scandal Samuel Untermeyer, one of the to the bursting of the oil scandal his .i Ircut i: U commendable, but U becomes profitable only when It

!. Possibly the president could not foremost attorneys in the U. S., eye was on the governorship of the sttinuluroH determination.
have appointed anyone without the I says of Attorney-General Daugh state of New York. For the rest- It In ImpoHKll' "lo to keep any man below the level of his attainment
j erty: "There never was such an Incompetent It In as Impossible to hold him uliote them Talent is the result of application -
appointee being put on the dissecting well armed with a spectacular! rec- .
MI tI' -, in that exalted office tfllclency Is the reward for practice.
'table and becoming subject to the He has done and is doing Incalcul- ord and a name that has electricityIn Mere knowledge! measures worth uo more than mere muscle. The j
: knife. able harm." every letter it Is only a step to skilled mechanic Is muster l of his muscles. Undirected muscles, a. undirected i

AiI I Gregory, however it is pointed out, ----. --.- --- .. the White House.Unfortunately brains, produce little and are worth little.
: Wilson's general and Wit applied to one tiling develops wisdom. WISdom never achieve.when .
was attorney i for Roosevelt, however -
almost since hilt
Lion seas day ,
fII f- close friend of every It wabliles. Constant thinking and workln!: on consistent lines
|lis understood to be a I appointment in face of the widest the disclosures of brother Archie produce results.
, Doheny. With this background opponents have the Roosevelt gubemn
public protest. put Opportunity never searches for him who does not search for eppor'tunlty.
:, of the administration are not The paragraph in the resolution torial boom rather in the background. .

'. ,. .1',, Ofi TL ; slow to connect the rest of the links wherein it is stated that "whereas it Joke, Yes!_ nut. Strength of will Is the foundation of' worth. Luck Is n dangeroa.pilot .
N I to put on ;your bridge Influence may help you out of the harborof
appears that Henry M. Daugherty Promises of :More Expo+liree your birth but It will lead, you Into the open sea without rudder or
p I has lost confidence of the presidentof nail or uuehor. These yea( must take with the
I n Former Secretary of Interior who Meantime the jokesmiths arc finding tellll'e- ;you or accept fate of the
leases on U. S. Navy Oil L. Doheny'' of United States as exemplified
granted I Edward a regular humor factory In the Beware of' Imitation. No la worth the
copy original. As
a couoUrfelt (
.Reserve lands to Hnrry M. Sinclair by the president's statement that he
J i I situation. It is not uncommon to bi you are as worthless to the world as the Imitation coin.
and Edward L. \ > nyit intends to employ at great to
I i .;'" :'Z ..... {: the expense solicited for a contribution for the Copyright 1923-By Richard Lloyd Jones
: government private attorneys
i I '. I building of a hospital in Florida for
to drag into the sunlight any fait not officially connected with the de- sick government officials. All present

;4 K that may tend to show official corruption Ii partment of justice Indicating that facilities are overcrowded. Againwe

in connection with the granting ;, this department cannot be trusted hear close study has shown that

of the oil leases hewing straight to i I with the prosecution" is regarded as the game of Mah Jong never can become

.' tho line and letting the chips fall a masterpiece and by some personsas permanently popular In this

where they may. 1 II unanswerable.The country because you can't cheat in It. gffi 1 1W.PJ

Walsh started in the oil probe with I t tone fact that Daugherty requested Also much amusement is found In

objective and unquestionably h.. 1 I the president to appoint outside coun- pointing out that the world is not

will pursue that course to the bitter sel will not save his face. The open such a bad place! after all when men :

end. Hut now there are signs that i, ,, j expression is freely heard that if are so kindly that they hand out o

the vision of a new objective may i Daugherty tacitly acknowledges that $100,000 and even go to the length of'

t have fired t his Imagination-for the I I I the public confidence in him is no shaken sending it out in a satchel to an old 71 '

1 word has been passed along the line I that it would regard his prosecution friend. So life in Washington is just J!

.. "\ for President. Out of the a = l of the oil cases with suspicionthen one joke after another but with the
II IIVallih 8r : there is nothing left for him to
maelstrom the
.iontam man may I underlying conviction in the minds of "
emerge a* thv. Democratic choice to the man on the street that the entire l/

meet Coolidge in th* political lists. government as stated on the floor of
I' I
".s Might Stampede j I Sen. ThomasVatsh I the senate is honeycombed with cor-

Convention to Walsh I icr .. ruption. Report has it that before
a Politicians who are determined to .t .. the Teapot Dome scandal wanes ev- We Mil your vegetables on a straight commw nt. Therefore ,

lake this Teapot Dome affair the issue I California ,; .: : {, .', ery department of the governmentwill the mart we get for your crop, the ,nor money! ivt make. If we hail
i of the coming campaign believe Holder of leases who on testified he be under investigation. no other motive than to make all the money we could we would!
)
naval oil personal lands loan to former I ,... '\; The department has naturally exert every effort to get the very top market prices
made a II navy long been
ot $IOOOOO >
Fall
Secretary of Interior I regarded with suspicion, especiallyin But even U our profit did not depend on getting the best prices

;1Ir 1. I without security. i I I >" ,-... connection with the letting of contracts we would still have to beat usual prices in order to hold our
I Gen. I .
: Atty. Daugherty i
I '
and the suppressing of anything business. For our customers would not stay with us year after .
in the chain of criticism Doheny ......1 unless) they .ved
-<< that did not square with the year rece satisfactory prices And the fact that
a very heavy contributor to the Wil- ; '". 'A.". great guns of the business world. The 90% of our customers have sold through us for many years, ii

4thNI. ; | eon campaign fund it appears. While ,I .. battleship advocates who are said to proof that they get better service, in every way from us than they I

R he gave to both parties his gift to Aver .,....'"'s'"",'\.. have strangled every effort to improVe could receive elsewhere.
j the Democratic fund ran into a stuI ; .
I I ( "" any other kind of national defense Although we Invariably pay growers and shippers within 24 .
of ..
I pendous sum money. I may have to show if, and if so, hours after sale, we give credit to our buyers. A large percentageof
One is to the effect that h. .'
story
how far they are ).inked up with the the 300 to 350 men who buy daily from us, haven't the capitalto
.|donated 100,000 to the Democratic | -t''b steel magnates.rtrhe army department pay cash and must buy where their credit i U good. Naturally

cause and then bet more than 1100- q is likely to be put under fire they are willing to pay us higher prices for this accommodation.
000 that Wilson would win so that I much along the same line. In brief
If you want the belt market prices obtainable, ship us
: the net result of his operations was the lid off the your
u teapot boil
II over, next car. Our book "More Dollars for Fruit Grower." tells about
Y victory and a handsome profit on the and official Washington is scrambling
transaction. i I II other features we offer that are sure to interest you. Write for a
I hither and thither like lot .f .
c startled
I a, copy now, while you think of it.
I Gregory of course was appointed k sheep for fear of being scalded.
Ij by Wilson on recommendation of Col. I t

j House who was the real Wilson political -
Colds Cause Onp anti Pnluenzause.
TheFJudtJludionfo.Eat.bU.hed
manager and who presumably
LA.Unv:!: BRO'JO t lj1o IrT..blefJ ""emna t.
was aware of the Dohcny generosity .
"
Thct- only cuer OuU.rc.
t SROC"NI to the Wilson cause. Whether Doheny Democratic Senator from Montana fc. W CUCVL -, 11..._.- nrS: *. 1896
who is credited with having i
played any part in the way of suggestion dug up evidence which resulted in 202-208 Franklin Street, New York City ,
as to political appointments Tea Pot Dome and Navy Oil Reserve I
From whose hands President! A good rule in agriculture: Don't
roe the eoavmf.nc.of Florida ahippct New York Auction
Coolidge took the special investigation of course is a matter yet to be learned oil lands scandals. He is now plant as a money crop what you see Market In/omatlon: roar ttt obtained *at the office at C. WChawmat. 1
boomed .
Democratic P- identUl
of U. S. Navy Oil Property but the loose talkers and there "Dark as Mine.a everybody else planting on a big! Orlandoi"
Jea..
,.
are hundreds of them now actively at e -- scale.








r ,y r _, +wr.a,'r- -.--- .- .... .. _____- ... '.-" .. '. I A "'..........:aa:;... Jr.; ;.

,
,A \ _.., -
--
L..I_I... .' .:... 7' i----,. ":;: i -



'. r 'ii''''''' ,-, ,




.

FRIDAY FEBRUARY 8, 1921. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKB. FLORIDA

- -____ _.__u ____ ___ PAGE TURKS
.. ...... ..,. t -- -- -
.2" II1\IHIRII' U\l' and St. Petersburg skidded and ran store just north of the -
P Ilillsboroujrh Manning, was visiting' C. M. Androu I
against the pole. While trying to i, river bridge on the National Highway first of tho week PERFECT HEALTH <<
News of Florida in Short Paragraphs avoid the dangerous taxi, a boy who ]j robbed by n band of thugs Tuesday I raU'. Pili. "-I> tha .,.t.m .In Dorfoet
<<*M..MMMf-- ......n*. "*,MW,._**. 'slsTslI JiMMI..._! .. .........UMs.>,?..*._:. .' was driving a truck, got his! machineout morning Mr. Dnrnuit was: aroused I by ,j Livingston Russ of Brookcr, was ,n onUr. FU.ul.u. the bow.l. ud prod...
( i of the road and it turned turtle. !j a car stopping in front of the store. our community Mund.iy.Mrs. : A... VIGOROUS.... BODY
A
M niiia .d" For Uk k itl.ch.cofwlipmtion .
Live State News 'j'jj He was uninjured as were most of I' Slipping! on his cluJu-s: he opened the ( N. G. Hayes was the ii.-st of ,
i L the passengers in the big car, altho I'j front door and was immediately Mrs. W. M. Harrcll Friday.D. .
r..ew.. ......... they suffered unpleasant bruises and knocked unconscious. Two white men Dukes, of Worthington, motored Tuft's Pills

Told by Our Exchange the two machines were badly damaged. -I( with their faces concealed by handkerchiefs to our section Sunulny., -
.
j The high power electric current then entered and going. Mrs. C. M. Andrea, who was called I ----
had to be shut off while the wires I through his pockets, robbed him of a to the bedside of her little granddaughter lit Mr. und !Mrs S. C. Andreu, tStiirkc

., Mrs. Malissa Leach, 73, of Bonifay be manufactured in Palatka is that were being untagled. No damage was considerable sum of money which he Juanita infant daughter I returned home last week.
mot a horrible! death early Monday of printers ink, which is being man done by the current. I had with him. The thugs then turned
morning when her clothing caught on ufactured in a small way by the Star their atention to hs small stockof
fire and she was so severely burned Manufacturing Co. This company D. Haike, of Jacksonville, fought tires and tubes which they threw
that death turns off a dozen negroes at noon Monday I I out of the door. In the
came that evening.! out several by-products from meantime,
waste material of the lumber mills, when they attempted to gang him' Mrs. Barrett, who had been awakenedby [<<;)JF@ 1.
A county nursery will be established but its latest endeavor is high grade while he was assisting Motorcycle the noise entered the room and
Policeman W. J. Kelly in the arrestof
seeing her husband she
near Wellborn) to be called the Su- printing ink from old automobile lying as sup-
wannee tires. Napoleon Barrow, 19, of Sanderson posed dead, screamed and begged! the
nursery. The owner, Claude '
Hawkins, expects to have seventy-five I and another negro wanted on Intruders to take what they wanted, Poetic genius draws, perhaps the biggest -
thousand New charges of violating the liquor law. but not to kill two poor old folks. Ono load. of handicaps' She lets her ; dpsl
satsuma trees to put on the Smyrna is now a close field
The Inspiration to haunted
soar
motorcycle chasing Barrow realm
cop was of the or
men turned towards her and
market in the fall. for fake advertising solicitors. This in automobile. threw tuneful IIh..l.e. She revel whore tbo
Barrow
city has been a lucrative spot in the an remarked, "I told you Wd would' haveto skim In blue, and imiltllni. some in Ixwo's p
past for fake schemersand the gallon jug of shine from his car. get that old 1 woman," whereupon en not-. She necks AuibroHla's bonded
The Florida Farm and Development advertising He was caught three blocks away. A the other advanced to her and struck bowers! mid tastes the wine, and gathers
Company started work Monday clear- solicitors, and to curb their prac- negro picked up the jug and ran. her in tho face, knocking her down flowers She flits where ho -mlnt
Ing two acres of ground on the Lee.-i- tices the chamber of commerce has Haike saw him and demanded him to wont IhB I and for
few minutes
adopted a unconscious fll'lIlJ.h'II-lhlt. her xhlnln' light
a resolution all grows
burg road for requesting
a fernery. Later
on stop. Instead the negro began running '
mighty dim when a wood tick bites her
they plan to develop ten acres, to members to refuse to patronize nonresident I with Ilalko following, and several (No %Vorni.In .. on the limb! !
!' advertising scheme fernery and more acreage to other until the has solicitors : negroes started running after J/ ,ill chlhh'u troilhlnl with Wm,..., '-.ivi- a.i ..1iuulthy ." Portia genius sours aloft In search of
plants.A proposition received the Haike. Haike caught the negro and color, which: Inilltuli ....r him' '"r. "i.ilcl sea sonipthln' sweet an' soft. She soltloracoiMpwonc
approval of the secretary.An the other negroes demanded his re- ruli. them, !I. moro irluM awn nah cli&tiirbutwe.,, )* to go Among the humbly,
..ROVt.S: lASTfLEfS CHILL U'MC; i'l, .> u rrnulorly meek or low. She' covets wild mM-
man named Carne! a tourist of lease. Using his fists to a /good ad- tnr nee< or three week. wll'-nili'i: I'u I 'iolini J tlon'n, crown. wlilli" sodden ballast hold
Hillsboro, Ohio, camping near Plant approximate idea of the extent vantage he managed to fight off the [>rovn VdlaaiUun.aiuliiUtii,..1. ..."'S.."t 'imih, lien ,down. J She llml.i snore tawdry (II.
.
City, while in town Thursday night which the lumber industry of Florida negroes until Policeman Kelly arrived throw.uingToItnthewhelasyu.m.nn'r Hlnnrl! the wvnin nr .IlhoChtW'IIb.Ial Nnt !" "r.n.. bias tiling Hint shutters her mi{"llc win*.
was seized with an epileptic fit and comprises! may be gained from the when the negro and Barrow wero I I pcrfevt" htolth. I'II."t.| .*auoHltAI : .rwRr IT" mighty hard to court the muse, -' ry"t\
when ;\fi\lly' wmiN anon hotter dhiws 1
fell to the pavement, fracturing his I statement that there are thirtyDcI'dvaril1th brought to headquarters.C. or 111"1;,'; wllli 11 sweet ronmiioo, wl. 'i qt
skull, from the effects of which he s of commercial woods growing > IW. I lobby i1 ..l''ii\ -,>:li "i\ imntx _
,
died shortly afterwards. in the state in marketable quan-' J Barrett, 72 and his wife, were I -.: ." .: -... .--
I tities. Thin information was! compiled beaten into unconsciousness and their Bradford, Feb. 8.-T. A. Andreu, of .

Joseph B. Rlggs, of St. Johns Park I timber by Leon C. Crockett, United ,States _.___ ..._ __ --- ,_ ___ .. __ ---- ---- -- .. 'h__..__ _
was almost instantly killed when he valuation engineer, who has
for lIIIm IIIIDmIamlwmammmmmnnlJ1mmpl [JJCt[ ::;: II(1)iIIUM.ICI"iW'( innnDWldiDlmm01an1t1taluRUtDWmukaWtuulWaxinntWUUtWahllWiYm/ >> fWWOtDiG:
1 some been in the
was struck by an automobile as ha years engaged/
alighted from a street car In Jack timber cruising throughout. Georgia .
sonville. He died while enroute to and Florida.
the hospital.

A package containing eight balls 4 a a 1
Strawberries continue to move from of opium was found in foreign mail I iI brI .
Wauchula and surrounding territory I i at Jacksonville by the inspector of
with an average of fifty refrigerators customs and examiner of foreign e
a day. The growers are in good spirits mails. The opium was mailed In Chi
over tho fact that the price they na and was addressed to a Chinaman
are now getting Is better than for the in Jacksonville. The opium was discovered -
past several weeks. among other articles in tho .

package. According to customs of- -1' .-
Frank II. Cmith, 33 was accidentally ficials this is the first time that an I :
killed at 8 o'clock Friday morning effort has been made to smuggle the
I
when a tplephone post on which he drug into this country through the
was working toppled. His head was mails, so far as they know.
I
crushed by the fall and he ded almost 1n
instantly. The accident occur Extra customs experts will spend
red at the municipal electric light the next ten days or two weeks in
''I/ plant on Talleyrand avenue, where Pensacola as the whale oil cargo of ITS

Smith was employed. the Norwegian steamship Krivan is
being discharged at this port. This ? r 1j

r, A bequest of -10,000 was willed steamer has arrived from the Georgia
the Daytona Normal and Industrial islands, in the South Pacific ocean WorthLooking A
school, an institution for the higher with a cargo which is dutiable at the
, education of negroes here, by the late rate of one cent per gallon. The ship
Mrs. Flora B. Curtiss, formerly of will discharge more than 18,000 bar-
Buffalo, N. Y., according to word received rels of oil here and the import duties INTO N

torneys.here from a firm of Buffalo at will be very heavy.-

Gypsy bands are not wanted in the I

t Experiments with the best varie- city of Pensacola. Tuesday a motor-I ,
\ ties of bunch grapes, mostly hybrid, cade of six cars filled with no-
for use '1n Florida are being conducted madic people reached Pensadola! and We Are Boosting
.. by the Florida experiment station when they prepared to establish their
< in an effort to eliminate most of the camp just inside the city limits they
\ mediocre varieties and establish by were surprised when Chief of Police Bradford County
actual test, considering all possible Harper informed them they were undesirables .
factors, the varieties that will do beat in the city. Sheriff Penton ,
.. in this state. ,Sixty-two varieties are informed them they must get out of
now being tested. Later on promising the county as quickly as possible and

grapes will be tested on different they lost no time leaving for pints in Are You With Us? -
rootstocks. Alabama.The .

,
Startling the residents of the south million quart mark has been
section of St. there passed in the Plant
ern Augustine, City strawberry
was an explosion in the boiler room market, the total received at the local You're Subscription to the Telegraphwill
of the state arsenal, which displacedthe platform for express and freight
heavy boilers and forced out all shipments being 1,017,372 on Mon- help.Renewals.
of the windows on the lower floor. A day night. Prices have ranged high

fire alarm was turned in by someone. for several days. The average priceto and
subscriptions
new are now
but there was no fireto fight, the explosion date being around 27 cents, bringsthe !' '

pleting the and trouble.subsequent damage com- the total growers amount to considerably distributed over among a being accepted for 15 1 months for only $2.

quarter of a million dollars.
Parties coming In from Mayport t
Sunday report that the recent storm Last Monday morning at 1:30: a
J out on the Atlantic washed thousandsof large falling star sped across the Live County News
small fish, dead sea gulls, crabs heavens with a lightning flash and .
and sea shells on the beach in the vicinity throwing off a shower of sparks as I Live State NewsFarmer's
of Mayport. The small fish it took a dive into the sea far off the I
.. were piled up along the beach for coast from Daytona Beach. Several ,, Page
- miles by the bushel and sea birds of persons witnessed the meteor's fall ,
{ every description were feasting on and rapid plunge into the ocean's Many Other Features '

the fish. Thirteen! miles south of Pablo I I depths. It was stated that the flash I
a number of small whales were I I'i I was later followed by dull rumblings.As .
'i washed up on the beach. the heavenly visitor neared, the t"
t wide expanse of waters were lightedup Subscribe and help us .
k Business is booming in Jacksonville and presented a wonderful spectacle. n
This is a statement that is suggested/ .
by reports made of banking, postal i
and other business enterprises that D. D. Davison, 72, who three weeks
. reflect the general trend of, affairs in I ago came to Orange county from '
r trade and commerce. The report of Carnegie Oklahoma, to see a hundred oosT
the Jacksonville clearing house recently acres of land he bought on Lake Fairview {
made shows that the clearances forty years ago, and had never
for January were more than elev- set eyes upon, was drowned In the I
en millions above the figures for January lake opposite his holdings.! The accident -
1923. occurred in the neighborhoodof
,
5 o'clock. Mr. Davison had set a
Over four thousand watermelons, trot line out into the lake and went
. ripe and juicy, are being prepared for to fish it. lie waded out too deep, ,
I. shipment to Tampa to the South lost his footing and sank. Men on the T
Florida fair. Three carloads are beIng bank attempted to reach him In a .
sent to Tampa for exhibition and boat but he disappeared below the
sale at the Lee county booth. These surface of the lake before he couldbe

melons were grown by Roy Lambro rescued.An .
a trucker on Estero Island, fourteen
miles below Fort Myers. They rangein accident on the Tampa road 11 -n-fl
weight from twenty-five to forty o'clock Monday morning wrecked two
pounds each and are of the Irish cars, broke an electric line pole in
grey variety crisp, sweet and Joiey. two near the top and deprived Plant t
.
'"ty of eVetr'e j"'-- -- some tH-

of the products K. The taxi operated between St. Cloud .. ......... _........... ,., __...
The latest many .... BOEOOSE """'" """ "' -............ -- ''''''''''' L "" ""II\I "''''!II
.








La1. I

..

; ...... ..JI>...,....._ __.... +_..1". t '' .
<>- .
s / _, .
-". L n .. .. _'_'' ..... I ,
., _
.. .... .. .. &
c' .' .-'" ""'-. .-, -- .- :v. ..., >_ .-....-." ; ."'.". k" '
... : :; : : '
,
.... -" ,1..11I... H' "
.1 !
__ .. ._ : J"--:=- __ _



.;Her} :. ,.-.' ".''"\\,'- .. ,. .t ___.._ .k. _...__,.._ ..,. _. .. ., wh
.. -. .. .-. ... a




.




4

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8. 1924.
1-AGK FOUL BRADFORD COUNTY TELEriRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA
::--
--

Bradford duly Telegraph KEEPS CHILDREN Political Announcements

ALWAYS AN INSPIRATION ,
: :::. __ .' -c.- = j ,
FOR SHERIFFI
Published weekly and entered as WELL AND STRONG Sherllf hereby of Bradford announce county myself and a candidate If elected for I

second class matter, at the post Olt children who are weak and promise fa oIic afZlolunt. I atand acjmtnlatratlon for .law of enforcement the aher-
F thin Gude's Pepto-Mangan lathe equally applied to one and all without fearor
office at Starke Florida. ideal tonic. It contains the favor.. 1 ahall appreciate She support of l PI PIL

I ,.= =..='. .-.----- 7--- iron they need for pure blood, bodily the votera at W.the M.primary.(MITCH Juno) EDWARDS 3rd. 'r .i:
p.: H. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner enurgy, and firm, solid flesh At -
this season every child will benefitby I hereby. announea; myself:; a. eandldaUi for L
taking it. At your druggist', re-alratlon to the oirlca of Sheriff of Hradfordcounty. I
in liquid and tablet form. If re-leotcd I will aa in the peat, I
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY spare no palna I In the full I dmoharua of all the ,
Free Trial auietsTMq'esIce': .'anree. duU-! of the offlca, and I .am. itly aolleit the /
6ulluingvulu. upmirt of the voter at the .niuinit primary.Kcapcctfully p
I of Cudu'a Pepto-Mnnvan: \ writ today W. J. Efi'KUbON. .
for g.nerou.7'rlul P.Cknguof't'ubinte. Send
.
SUBSCRIPTION RATE no money -junt name and address to 1 hereby. announea myself aa a e.ndld.1efnr
M. J. bnritcnbach Co., 63 Warren fit., N. Y. ahtnff of Bradford county I..m will
Per Year __________ ___________$2.00 iUnlnUMl with the duties of the office ..ndproml. EJ2
.... If elecud.. to dlitcharira them to the
.' -- '-'-' Gude9speptoMangan utmoat of my ability with equal juatlco to is
I all. I earnestly admit. the support of the
votor. at h. an.u.n. ,

P"nAnr.B. ALVAREZ._.,
-- -
FOR TAX ASSESSOR
7"; ";r, aid Blood Enricherat I am a candidate for nomination to the office FWI
.. of county uemaAr of taxes of Bradford
.. L -
"" solicit _
county and reapectfully -
your per.
_. .. _.
---- --- Lion and aupport In the Domoeratla primary
I, lection to ba held June 8. 1924. 1 assure you
'. Or Semashko! announces that Lenip's tnnt I dcteply appreciate the confidence andeupport
you nave given me In the pant* and
brain
weighed 1,3.10 grams; not I
"- triMt that tny official record may have your
an unusual weight. The brain of Tur- approval for another term Itoiipectfully.
: N. D. WA1NW1UCHT. ,
Kiencff weighed over 2,000 grams. ua...

That of the great; naturalist Cuvierwas FOR TAX COLLECTOR '
No. 4951/ I hereby announce to the publlo that 1 ama i 'I' 11 I r
even heavier. But the convolutions candidate for reflection to the olfice of
(Membership in National Highway in Lenin's brain county tax collector aubject to the will of
extraordinary
were the people at the eomlnic I Democratic primaryeiectlun '
I. Association) deep. That is what counts.0 to be held June S. 1024 Promising
y
If re-elected, the came peraonal. courteoua and '
efficient service In the future aa In the PROto e
1 will appreciate your vote. Rlneerely. I tik i
The deeper the convolutions the E W. UAYE3.

ir7'e larger the surface of the brain, and I hereby. airnounce myself a candidate) forth
This !{ office of tax collector of Bradford county.
all thinking is done close to the sur- I aollclt the support of the votera of the county I
face of the and If elected. I promise a faithful dla-
brain
....,if u just as all crops char,, of the duties. of laid office. Ronnwjt- I
: 't are raised close to the earth's surface fully aubmltted. B. M. DOWL1NO.
-----
l' .
1t MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD BIST. No. 1
In the 'depths of the brain, doubt- The frlrndi. of Rev. L. W. KlckliUr auk for
his. reflection aa a member. of the Board of
) less, as in the depths of the earth .
are Public Inntructlnn fnr iliittrlct No. 1 of Bradford ?
J dNW hidden great treasures not devel- county Mr. Klckliter haa given the utmost :
yep
aallBfacllon during the several term he
oped. hue .en." on the board, and we connlder it
!jlJ to the) interest of the) voter and the county
be continued -
that nu services

By Arthur:, ilruaasaon : Surprising to Americans that. do MANY FRIENDS.. .

not know the English is the fact that FOR CLERK OF TUB CIRCUIT COURT

IF TEO1JY WERE "' IEUE. Englishmen of high rank and most re-election I hereby to announce the office myself ot Clerk a candidate of the Circuit for I ?4ou He d i f I
conservative traditions consent to ourt of Bradford county .ubJeet to 7Jll"YW f I wJjf &*4 IISYjJfii
MONEY IN SATC1IELS.EVOLUTIONEMBRY action of the votera at the coming prim.th.j
join the Labor Government. June SrJ. I appreciate the duties' of tbla .IT F1ADL> frfjEr. 41 KX
LOGY. portent office, but feel that. I am I1 ;;,j -
You could not imagine any of our to illHcharm them. laving. lorved the public Ever hoar ,of Joseph Randolph out in life and to "get an educationas
LENIN'S GOOD BRAIN. powerful reactionaries joining a cab- to.before my, fltneea the voter for. tofftc.are wl) ,able and Jo if judgeaa they Nutt* He's the millionaire president well," so after a long day's toll
TilE WISE IHUTISH.KDUCA1OKS Inet'with a union labor man at its choose to elect me, I promise: faithful. 1 end of the Union Trust Companyof in the store he attended school and
efficient ......Ieo. Your aupport In reepertful-I Cleveland, Ohio, owns a bank of succeeded by sheer grit in graduatIng -
r OF TilE FUTUKE. head. Britain has statesmen, used to I ly lollaltod O W. ALD I
"' his own, is a director in a dozen with honors. Then he went to went to Akron, Ohio, and bought
I changes, asking only "How can I ren- FOR COUNTY JUDGE A'I}I II powerful and prosperous corpora work in a drug store at $3 a week' out a jewelry store. In his spare
Can you imagine what Theodore der service to the Empire" hereby announce myself/ a candidate for tiens, and directs the investing of and saved fifty cents out of every time he studied investments and
the office of County Judge of Bradford
Roosevelt would be doing about now --o-- ty 1 refer the votera to mv record .ouno'' over a quarter of a billion dollars 'pay envelope. His next step up- real estate. When he was 28 years
; I I'S the term. I have held thla office In the annually. ward was as a clerk in a miners' old he organized a bank and backed
.
if that Teapot Dome scandal were un- It announced that President I and I earneatly aolleit .their support at the 1eomlnir I Sounds fine, doesn't it, but onlya supply store where his refusal to another one. A few years later he
primary If elected I ,
to
covered in his administration He Coolidge will veto any tax bill carrying discharge the duties of the office promise to the beat few years ago, about forty in stop working at quitting! time' was chosen president of the Union
would have all the liberal givers of j I] a higher surtax than 25 cent. or my ability, according to low anil without I fact, Joe Nutt, as they called him, brought him local fame. He was Trust Company of Cleveland.
per fear favor GEO. A. ,
cash before him, he, personally inspecting In time of war tax is just. or GARDINER tI I t was earning only $1.50 a week as offered a job in a coke company at His advice Is to: First save.
any
an errand boy in a Uniontown Pa., $5 a week, took it, saved $2 out of
their satchels. I When government says to the poor time when using a medium sized keto'' dry good. store and living on it. every $5, and a year later went to Second Study the Investment field.
He would have a battleship on its man, "I will take your life for a dollar tie such as is found in the He had to. His story of poverty work for H. C. Frick at its Red- Third: If you are sure of the new

way to France to bring back Sinclair, I a day," and takes it, it may well kitchen. A larger number will cool Struggles and hardships would t fill store plart. When the pin1" of enterprise make doubly sure of its
book. You can picture f" m. 1q1'.1' c ..? Tar loft Hi I ii>> hut h- rrr'.t: \ then Invest mod-
if the law would let him and whether :.in
to the the fat and the result is the
rich ,
say man, "I will take half I doughnuts .
But Joe Nutt rt"t''J'Incd; ,, '
will ,
I S : tu nw;: a in* .1 '' : .' ._ .:.
it would l or not. His teeth would be or three quarters of your income." are liable to crack, Neither will

snapping and his hair bristling. I But the war is over. Excessive tax- I! fried :food bees crisp if cooked in too | ,

There would be real fireworks, and ation discourages new enterprisesthat I much of .hurry.. Slow, but not too -- -- _. .
I --- -- --- -- --- -- - -
how he would enjoy it employ new labor and (I slow, cooking is preferable. -
developnew l bride would resent such a running ;i renumbering the work and worth of sons we have been studying have
wealth. The frying basket should be. lowered I begging scheme devised for her benefit so good a man. This service will begin been interesting indeed.W. .

And Mr. Fall, secretary of the Interior If this country knew as much about I gently into the hot fat until the unless it were restricted to her at 7:30, and the pastor will have E. DAUGHERTY,

s who leased away valuable oil collecting taxes as they know In England contents are completely covered with closest friends; but people who have a special message for the occasion Pastor.

lands that had been reserved for the u twenty-five per cent surtax the hot fat. After frying, lift up the : only a passing acquaintance with the I' Bring others with you. An invitation

navy, testified that he got $100,000 on the biggest Incomes would producean basket' and allow it to hang on a hookor i bride and her people are invited to I' is extended the men of Starke to be PRESBYTERIAN

from Mr. Ned McLean, of the Wash- amount of money that even our strip at side of kettle, and drain I these "showers" and if they fail toI :, presen|$;.

ington Post. Then, on second thought, excellent spenders couldn't spend. olT any excess fat. Lift out dough- I come and bring presents, they are

he testified, as did Mr. McLean, that ":-0- nuts on to a piece of clean unglazed : considered moan "tight-wads" by the METHODIST Who doe God's work will get God's

the latter gave him a check for $tOO- brown paper, which will absorb any 1 pay,
4i Aro you satisfied with movies as ones giving these foolish .functions.j ______
000, but he didn't cash it. further grease. Change the paperas However long may seem the day,
they are, or do you want "better I j Few, therefore, have the moral courage -
soon as it becomes greasy. Sunday school at 10 o'clock. However weary be the way.
\-0- stuff? In New York state, various to ignore these begging affairs.
Now comes Mr. Doheny, one of I prominent organizations band together Calumet Doughnuts Respectable society owes it to itself Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. Though powers and princes thunder

the ablest business men of the coun- I urlng "non-theatricnl movies." By .I cups flour. j|I to abolish such functions.-Gaines m. Special music at the morning "Nay!

try, who testified that he lent his old' this they apparently mean educational 4 level teaspoons Calumet Baking ville Sun. service, !Mrs. J. L. Briggs, of Jack- No human hand God's hand can stay;

friend, Mr. Fall, $100,0000' which ho movies. Powder. i|i I sonville, soloist. Who does Ills work will get His pay.

Rave him in cash in a suit case, and That will come by evolution, can't 1-2 level t'asfnn'1 salt.I LANfilOTTI-MOTT Epworth League Sunday eveningat He does not pay as others pay

Sinclair lent, or gave Mr. Fall $140- bo rushed. Day may come when educational cup sugar. I i 6:45.: In gold or land or raiment gay,

w 400, some in bonds. "Easy money?" I movies will be more popular 2 eggs, beaten together I Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:30.: In goods that perish and decay

Yes, very. : than fictional movies-but not in our 2 tablespoons melted butter. The home of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Cordial invitation 'extended to the But God's high wisdom knows a way;

'generation. The moving( picture is. I 1 cup milk. Mott was the scene of a quiet but strangers in our town.CiIRiSTIAN. And that is sure, let come what may,

Mr. Fall says "I am a sick man." destined to be the second greatest'' Sift flour, then measure, add 1 1 bakIng 'pretty wedding Monday at three p. m. Who does God's work will get God's

That isn't because ho couldn't hire a educational force. Radio. will be the powder and salt and sift three when their charming daughter, Wini. I pay. -Dennis McCarthy.

doctor, apparently.One I first. Maybe they'll be used together. times, put sugar and butter together, fred, became the bride of Mr. An- Sunday school at 10 a. m.

hundred thousand dollars in Right now, both are toys. So add well beaten eggs, then flour and thony Langiotti. "Enthusiasm in Religion" will be Preaching service. at 10 and 7:3t

t cash in a satchel that Mr. Doheny was the airplane in its early days milk alternately. Turn out on a well Miss Mott is one of Starke's love- the subject of the sermon Sunday at o'clock.

lent to MT. Fall without taking not floured board "r' -,,11 out 1-2 inch liest young ladies, beautiful and at- 11 a. m., at the church of Christ. At All otrnngers ale cordially invitedto

I note or receipt had nothing whatever MAKING IN THE HOME: thick. Cut with doughnut cutter. Let tractive, as well as being a favorite ,, 7:30 p. m. the subject will be "Whatis come and worship with us. I
I
; to da with the fact that a few weeks stand five minutes and fry in a kettleof with everyone. Her husband is a Motherhood?" Mothers invited. T. J. HEDGES,

later Mr. Fall, as secretary of the interior For the past few years there has I' hot fat. Vanilla or cinnamon may young business man of Orlando. The Bible school at 10 a. m. The les- I Minister.m .
o. member of President IIar been noticeable tendency to buy;
cabinet, leased 28,000 acres of oil I delicatessen i after which they will be at home to
ready baked and I
1' lands in California to Mr. Doheny. instead of preparing them at foods'; '' FOOLISH SOCIAL FUNCTIONSA their friends in Orlando. : % i : !; :!! : ; !! ; II n t

'l.' -0- I and with many it has become a permanent j i i : ,I \ 1 I!:, 1//; ]' !: :r ; ;'I' ,'

Mr. Doheny says ho believes the I habit, hard to drop. man under the flout de plume of +"4t+t+t+++++++++++i++++4 4) 1 : : !! :: I t
hundred mil-
[; company will make one I
',\ lion dollars of profit out of that lease, I I "Senex" has written the Tampa Tribune iIB! W kmmmi!
a letter about ..-J/1llf.ml/ I"" .
"senseless _.
some '
which shows that he is a good busi- | ;\ I social ; Church Services I :
4 .esi man. Tho next time the United self of prime importance among other I functions." We like that letter.
secretary ; household duller and, new as well | Lets of people think just as "Senex" I "
States needs of the interior
a I "As sow so shall
reap.
!' ye ye
does. Here is what he + f.+ 11 .+IIttt+++ ,
it might hire Mr. Doheny. Ho as old favorite recipes are being exchanged. says: +++++++-M-4
; As SAVE-so will SUCCEED.
'" Card index boxes I Editor Tribune I you you
knows how to make a good bargain; recipe : Most people receiving HAPTIST CHL'UCH BULLETIN I
more than can be said for some of are given to the bride> -to-bA; while wedding invitations regard Make the first step in your success,

\' eur secretaries of tho interior. housewives! and students are takingas I them as polite hints for presents for a SAVINGS ACCOUNT at this Bank.

: -0- I great pride in showing their abil- the bride but an even more reprehensible The interest and attendance con-

North Carolina forbids teaching in ity in the culinary line as the chef practice is that of giving "show- tinue in the study of the subject of I

public schools "any form of evolution I and teacher. | ers" to the bride, which is downright, Stewardship and !Missions each Sun- ,

which makes it appear that man I I Home baked foods have, after all, though I veiled, begging for gifts. day morning. Visitors in Starke are i

descended from any of the lower order the best flavor and taite, and real appreciation Who na girl marries, it I is all right as eager for the study as are the

of animals, monkey or anything I is shown when a plate of I for her intimate girl friends to get regular attendants upon the worship 1!,

else." fresh home baked doughnuts or crullers i together and give her handkerchiefs' of the church. The interest in the '

The North Carolina authorities also are served where bakery goods lace collars and the like, and a glassof subject lies in the fact that we are 'I (

should forbid study of embryology. have bcen'the usual thing, and when punch and a slice of cake; but dealing with a thing that touches all l j

It ia discouraging to find< in embryonic hot, light, crisp fritters are served when people who scarcely know the alike, namely, LIFE. Sixty-two copiesof 'I

conditions, that human beings in I for dessert, everyone la bound to be bride and certainly those, who have the book are being studied, and I

the period before birth, pass through' pleased. had no association with her, are sent there are requests for more. We are

fit.. various animal stages, duplicating I I I When a platter of piping hot corn formal invitations, as is often done reaching in this course at least three''

practically all of them, from the single fritters ar salmon croquette, seasoned I these days, to attend a "shower" to hundred people, which augurs well i

cell up to the fully developed I'|I just right, are brought to the be given her, it is A senseless, not to for the future of the church and com-I I1! II! II I l li

"primate." I I! table with suitable accompanying say disreputable, proceeding. It is munity. Be present next ,
IlIaut'e insidious begging which 11 a. m., and bring book pencil and'
-- or gravy, the appreciation expressed ought not to II 1 ; ,
At one stage of his development'before '' is. sure to repay the efforts of be tolerated in respectable so-iety. It paper for notes. I THE BANK OF STARKE J r

birth every man has two feet I the one who prepared them. is equivalent to saying to the person The Bible school meets at 9:45: a. '

like a gorilla. Sometimes one of the > These things certainly show we are ,, invited, "This poor bride has very lit- m., Prof. Wiggins, superintendent. !

feet does not develop, and the man is I Iti getting back some of fhb good old tle clothing, no table or bed linens, no Senior and intermediate B. Y. P.I

born with one gorilla foot, which we I fashioned days of home happiness. china, and she Is unable to buy any i;' U. meet at 6.30: p. m. The evening II urV

all a "club foot. I Points About Deep Fat Frying of these things. To supply the poor' service will be a memorial to our late 1 unow

That can be easily arranged by for The fat should be tested to see thatit thing with these necessary articles, J! ex-President, Woodrow Wilson. The

bidding the teachers to say anything ia at the right temperature for the I am !giving her a 'shower,' to which [ character and work of the man are ,

about embryology. If you don't like best cooking. Not more than four or you are invited to contribute." It I j(.: worthy of such recognition and we

"' facts, why smother them. five doughnuts should be fried at one would seem that any self respecting shall join with a bereaved nation in
-
-


--. .
"

f
r
"
fifNMaea'a "


"'. ','' '' '' -.---.. --- ..- -....-.---",.--.-- 1...:... I ,_ 't.iiiiiiiiiii _'l .. -'--'-.....__ .. ...a' ...

.......\... ,... .. r b-rulalye,. \ a.
: ''' .
..... r 1_' _1 ..: 'M. '! ,..: :r- I I Iif ,I



:.. .''' f, '

1









FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 8, 1921. BRADFORD COUNTY TELE CRAPII. !STARKP,. FLORIDA PACE FIVH

_.
-- .
------ ------ ---'- ;
-- --- -
The W. C. T. U. will meet next to Lake Duller
Tuesday | Mss\ Irma Andrews spent the weekend J. L. FRAZEE
] Tuesday afternoon at three o'clock at Mrs. J. P. Lindsey baa returned to I f in Union county with friends

the Methodist church. All members her home in Bennington, N. Y., aftera I 1\\[. F. Wiggins, motored to Brooke ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLORAT

Bits of' Local @J urged to be present. few weeks stay with friends and s Sun
'--- relatives """

Information II Miss Elizabeth Brownlee, who spent Misses\ Mana and Leila Ma Andrews I Col. Floyd Green and family, of I I BUILDING
last week with her parents, Mr. and of STARKE, FLA.
Brooker
visitors here
were I Jacksonville, were week-end visitor ,I
Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, returned Sunday ,
Sunday. in Starke.
| j -
Concerning Our People, Basinets ana to DcLand. ji,
Little Miss Louise' Lindsey has': i i

6-a Progress In the County and Town !Mrs. J. W. Killian, who has spent gone to Jacksonville where she wild' Judge/ R. A. Green, candidate for HOTEL MARIONSTARKE

the past two months at the home of attend school. congress, stumped Hamilton county'last

., her father, J. M. Truby, left Mondayfor -I I week and left Monday for Madison FLA.

Crowder sales opens Thursday, Feb I Several hundred pair of ladies shoes her home In Black Mountain, N. BILL TO QUi6r'T1tLin : and Jefferson counties to fill his j I I

7th and lasts ten days.J. | at 50c pair. Crowder's. C. I In Circuit Chancery Court I ; Bradford County. Florida ,( speaking! itinerary for those counties. I! I Under New Management

i _______ I K A. Kennedy,
i. Complainant. I Center of City:
Wm. Stearns spent Friday in Jack- The following Starke people motored v.Columhla I I
E.
Adkins And son, Grafton, of ....
N. ,
Pane *t
onviile to !
Keystone afternoon Rooms-Excellent
New River, spent Tuesday here. looking after business. Heights Sunday LtofonditnU. Excellent
: DeWitt C. Jones and family To Columb N. Payne, whoa. reetdence. la 666 Meal '
unknown, defendant.ireelinira .
I C. J. Lawrence and party, of Keystone D. P. Carpenter, Miss\ Carolyn (: : You are h.*r.by required, to be

New Jacord silk: dresses, $7.95 at Heights, were in town Monday. Frlpp, !Mr. and !Mrs. E. H. Smith, J. .nd court" appear for Ihn before eighth the Judicial Iud....circuit of the of circuit'Florida Is Prescription' for Cold. Fever and I i "Ask the Traveling Man.

Crowder'a sale. H. Powell, Alvin Beck, O. W. Wig in and for ttradford county. on Monday, LaGrlppe. It's the moat speedy remedy >
I the Tth day of April. A. D. tt24 at the courthnuao I
Mrs. Bedenbaugh, of Hampton, wasa gins, !Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lazono. In HUM, county in Stark. Florida, tower we know preventing Pneumonia. )
J. A. J. McKinney of Sampson business visitor here Tuesday. ..... a bill of complaint exhibited .".1..." *
was .
y 11' In .Id l court by R A. Kennedy. ----
in town Tuesday. Dr. E. Pierre Mallett, of New York Tht Bradford County Telriiraph a weeklynowiiiajwr lIIaIIIIIJtIDI1IIIjDIDQOl\o.\
publuthad In Stark. Bradford vsaaeamatmaaamwsamawomsss IDmtEiOaQ
Mrs. S. A. Bryan and Myrtle Reddish City and llenclersonville, N. C., spenta en inly. Florid., in hereby ilcaliinated aa the

Gary Ennis, of the of F., spent spent Sunday in Lawtey. couple of days last week with J. E. I Iwheil wtpapvr. for eight in which oonauoutlva thin notle vreeka.Th shall. be pub-

the week-end with his aunt Mrs. Corpening. Dr. Mallett is the junior. .. land* dcttcrlbed In the bill, of oomplalnt
J.
in thin cause. the tlt0! to which I. aouuht to ONLY THE BESTat
W. Morgan. 1 lot ladies slippers as long as they member of the medical firm of Mal' hw qiilt'tal ....In.' the above named defendant
I last, 75c pair. Crowder's. lett & Mallett in New York City. He In particularly, draerlbeit. .. fallow., lo-wlt:
Tha Emit llnlf of the Souttwait Quarter of
is making an extended trip through Suction -4, tnwnnhln 8 Kanite It
Mrs. T. J. Griffin and little Fnrit. all In Itradford county.tht1o'.id; .
nephew, I M. Leviton and family have moved Florida with the object in view ,of Wltnec! my hand and etwl of iiald court Our Sanitary Market
N.sonville.T. Ritch, Jr., spent Friday in Jack- 'into the Bennett cottage on South establishing a hospital and sanitar- thl the nth day of O.February.W. ALDERMAN.Clork A. D: 1924..

Walnut street. ium in some good location. Circuit Court. Dradforil County Floe
'hi.' Excellent Meats That Will Delight You
__ ______ i I i ny c A KNionr.
Col. A. S. Crews made business Electric lights have been placed ov- (Seal) o."UIIClerk..
a The preparatory work for the su- )0.;. M. JOHNS
trip to Raiford and Lake Butler this perstructure of the Alligator bridgeis er the up-town basket ball court on Sollellor for Complainant I- -Ot....

week. Walnut street and arrangements
going on. BEEF PORKExtra
made so that night practices may be

held. Steps are now being! taken toward Good Beef This Week The Best There is
Mrs. E. E..Stevens, of Leesburg, is Hollis V. Knight, of the U. of F., v
the organizing of Starke
visiting. her daughter, :Mrs F. A. spent the week-end with his parents, a municipal -
five. Pork Ham 20c
$app.' Col.! and 1\Irs..D. E. Knight. Any team that U interested Loin Steak 25c -

I. in securing games may do so' LUMBERSASH Round Steak20c Pork Chops 20c
by getting in touch with E. K. Fer
Mn and Mrs. J. L. of Jack-
See our canton dresses Briggs,
new crepe Chuck Steak ISc Pork Stew 15c
ryman. Starke has some excellent DOORS ,
sonville will the -
at $9.98. Crowder's sale spend week-end with ,
Feb. 7th-
lasting 10 days. Col.! and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. basket ball material and there is no Lime Brick Chuck Roast ISc Western Pork Roast 25c
,
question but what a winning five will Brisket Stew 2 It25c Western Pork Chops 25 c
Cement
be turned out.
W. P. Knight, of Madison( spent
Mrs J. E. Wilson went to Brooker I Sunday with his sister, Mrs. W. J. BUILDERS HARDWARE I Rib Stew I lb. lOc Pure Pork Sausage 25c "

Wednesday to visit her brother, R. A'j Epperson.New D. E. Knight Is having his Hotel

Weeks, and family. Marion, on Call street, nicely painted. 10'
Newn Jones is doing the work.rENTAWORD. CREAMERY BUTTER 55c
goods received for this sale. Sherwin William Paints I IKINGAN'S
3Sc
Walter Swambom, a member of the [ Don't fail to pay us a visit. Crow- Kyantz Varnishe.vv OLEOMARGARINE -
1 Arm cf Swambom-Thompson Lumber der's Green Front Store.R. HAMS, 7 and 8 Ib. average 25c

Co., of Indrio, spent several days last I I % SMOKED BACON 20c

I waek with his family I i A. Knight and Earl Middle ton, "Everything for WHITE BACON 16c

of Live Oak, spent Sunday with Dr.
75c
FRESH OYSTERS
Apalachicola
I Building and Repairing'' ,
and Mrs. W. E. Middleton.
I Mrs T. J. Howze and daughter, Es- i
,
-- -- -- vvo
telle, went to Nichols Ga., Friday to
I Judge R. C. of Jacksonville
Ingram, -
attend the funeral of Mrs. Howze'agrandmother
is the week-end of Col. Consumers Limber!
,
guest"
!Mn. :Mceks.
I and :Mrs D. E. Knight. WANTED-Responsible man or woman Meat MarketNext
in every community In South Company Variety
I An opportunity to save dollars on Florida to take subscriptions fore
Why work hard and then
J ladies ready to wear, dry goods, shoes. good? Get D. M. Ferry Seeds use"" ,poor the the Tampa Daily Times. Liberal STARKE. Door to Bank of f Starke Phone I 24
; clothing! gents' furnishings at Crowder's commissions, all or spare time. For FLORIDA.'I {
I very best, at Bennett's Grocery Co.
sale.
I 1 _______ __ _____ particulars, write Circulation Department mmatnmmmmmmiammmmttsmmmaste:>> > mmgr
i 1000 of The Tampa Times, Tam
I pair ladies, men and childrcn -
S. L. Chapman, of Miami, left on pa, Fla. 12-H-tf
shoes on sale. Thursday, Feb.
i
Thursday, after having been guest.f !
a -
7th 10 Crowder's.Mrs. .
days only.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Klckliter for a | FOR SALE-Good runner seed pea-

few days. nuts at 7 cents per pound. F. M.\
C. C. Cross of
Montpelier,
I
White & Son, Lake Park, Ga. .
Mrs.aA. J. Thomas and little son Miss., came Wednesday and is the ., 1.18.4t.LADIESslave.
I guest of her sister, Mrs. S. E. Brown-
returned Thursday from Lake Butler '

where they were guests of her aunt, lee. your hair combings
Mrs. McKinney. made into switches. Per stem $2.50.
S. It. Johns is having a sunshed Cut hair at $2.00 per stem. All
erected in front of his wholesole
Don't overlook wonderful line of hair not used returned. I do the
silk dresses just a received from New house near the depot. D. D. Wood- work personally. Mrs. J. I. llowze,
Iud is the builder. .
Starke. l-23-4t;
York Prices range from $l.9 to I _.
---
$24.95. F. A. Crowder. I I FOR SALE OR RENT-The R. It.
See the Red Sign if you are looking

for bargains. Follow the crowd. Wynn farm. See L. A. Wynn, at
Mrs Taylor Belcher and little son, Crowder's sale. Hampton; or F. A. Scott, Starke.
Taylor, Jr., of Garrison: N. Y., reach- I 2-1-tf.

ed here Saturday and will spend
sev ..
Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton motored -----
eral weeks with her parents, Col. and to Jacksonville Tuesday and STRAWBERRY PLANTS ordered in .....j'
,
lira J. L. Frazee. i any quantity. Maryland plants, i
while there Dr. Middleton attended
the Shriner's meeting. Klondyke and Missionary varieties '- t4Ye
Wednesday T. S. Williams loaded $3.59/ ( per M., f. o. b. Maryland.
and sent off another car of cabbage, I i 1.
Miss Leila Dyal, of Jacksonville, plants, same varieties, $2.50 per M
aarrots and beets. This shipment went is spending Thursday and Friday of f. o. b. Kansas. A. M. Blanchard,

to Jacksonville. The rapid growth otJo'lorida's Agent, Lawtey, Fla. 2-8-tf
this week with her aunt, Mrs. O. J. J
metropolis creates a good
I Griffin.
market for Flrndford county produce. :I FOR SALE-Grocery store, good

clean line of fresh
!Mr. and :Mrs. S. A. Bryan returned up-to-date gro-
The cake and candy sale given by .1' ceries. dishes
j Chinaware, lamps,
.
.
j Wednesday after having spent the
the U. D. C. Saturday afternoon etc. Excellent location, good trade FEBRUARY 12
j few attending the fair at
aleared 2065. Mrs. O. L. Beasley, I 1 past days established. Being unable to handle -

lira W. L. Wall and Mrs. O. L. j i Tampa.________________ owner will make a real bargain -
Haynes, committee in charge! thank I i price in order to sell quckly.
Stovall Evergreen and Adams Ear-
he public for their generous patronage. Apply to Mrs. J. C. Wills, Starke,
ly seed corn, Red Valentine Giant
.
--- -- -
stringless green pod bean seed-the Fla. -

D. M. Ferry kind, at Bennett's Grocery -
2:30 the
,
Next Wednesday at : p. m. ,
FINDERS-No 1 Florida pinder seed
lass in law, under direction Co.
parliamentary I 6 at
at cents per pound my place.
of Mrs. H. II. Young, will I' B. W. Dees Lake Butler Fla.
MM. M A. McPhaul of Red Springs, ,
stoat at the club house. The regular .
business meeting opens at 3:00, fol- I! N. C., and daughter, Mrs. Sallie :M. 2-8-41.

lowed with health All Bennett, of Clyo, S. C., returned home

members urged a to be present.Col. program.. I I last week after a pleasant visit with NEW RIVER THE life of Lincoln revealed to the world what ordinary qualitiescan

Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Biggs.

and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins had as New River, Feb. 8.-G. C. Porter achieve when dominated by strength. He possessed a rare

I' Mrs. J. M. Mitchell and, daughter, and Crystal Wigifin motored to Rai-
guests Sunday Col. and Mrs. J. C. Ad
exalted-honest broad human .
of kindness
I and
kins and children, of Gainesville, Mr. J Lucile, went to Quincy Sunday to vial ford Sunday. blending courage- -

Mrs. I lit her aunt, Mrs. K. M. Duvall, ami George Riven, of Starke, motored
Lipscombe, of New York City, 1 practical common sense. It is fitting we pay tribute to the man so
W. Lamar. Before 1I.r. Wednesday.
M. E. Edwards and son, Laurie, of cousin, Mrs. G.

Lawtey, and Mrs. J. E. Wilson, ofMlamf returning' home they will also visit Misses Jessie Uowling, Winnie Ca- inspired. He left for us an example of honesty and integrity to
Miss Florida Davis in Madison. IOn and Gladys Crewi, of Lake Butler -

I I motored here Sunday afternoon. emulate. These qualities should govern the business world. This

Dr. B. C. Smith has returned toI II. T. Parnell made a business tripto
Wednesday -
At of the the morning B. II. S.exercises a short memorial his home in Detroit, Mich., after Jacksonville Monday. institution is pledged (to those ideals and we ask you to share in the

spending several weeks with his family : Messrs. Schell Byrd and Violas
orvice was held( for ex-President i reward. We
Woodrow Wilson. His large framed who have apartments at the home I Reynolds, of Graham, motored her I can help you-and you can help us. Upon your

picture was draped with mourning, ''of i i: N. B. Hull. I Ii Sunday.David Parnell made a business tripto success depends our success. Make this bank your bank.
and suitable talks and music were I i ii I
given in honor of the great man. i i Mr. and Mrs. David Riley, of North Lake Butler Saturday. I
Branch, Mich., are here for the remainder Mist Lois Moody was visiting with :

The Shriner's convention and ball of the winter, having apartments friends In Starke Friday.Mr. I

in Jacksonville this week was attended at the home of Mr. and Mrs.F. \ and Mrs. C. C. Johns and chilI I I

by the following Starke persons: A. Scott. :Miss Mildred Riley accompanied dren, of Starke, were guests of :.
:1.11'1'1
Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg, Miss her parents here, but left W. M. Hodges Sunday.

Blanche McNeil, Mrs. Florence Powell Sunday for Michigan. Messrs. Royce Gainey and Livingston Bradford County Bank

W. M. Wainwright Mr. and Mrs.J. f ____-_ __ < I Russ and Carroll Atkinson, of

W. Andrews, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. G. '' T. N. Limbaugh motored to Tallahassee Smoker, were guesta l of friends here |

1[. Inman. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Smith. Friday to visit his son, H. Sunday. I

Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lazone Mr. an.1Hn. B. Limbaugh. Mrs. Limbaugh who Raiford Parnell has gone to Jacksonville -

and Mrs. F. where he ha. employment ,
G. M. Sistrunk, Mr.
Tallahas-seereturaed L. Turner. I j I








_
--'
w-w rr---
I

..... .....
":
"
'' : '. :' ,,. ", !' ", .-:;:;:.. .: .. -. --., ... ..... .... .... J....
r1 .
yyfrwrf.rerygr .
: ,, .,wy.a.y. .', ". '"r' .: = : M aW. .
.. . .. __ ti .h YkyylaaYa1W'/ ... ......
.rar.e.e .y9e.W'2'r.1rr..aMr
.. -- v
J; N; ,1"" '_ .. ""' .....-. .........--. .. L. ... -r .. .. ....,.-. -Qt.- ... 'JI = -_-+. .. -.,
-- -- -- -



"IWW ffi MMI WMHMMMIVJH 4 .,.J.F': or, .r.er ., .L' '''''4 \a .s--6:, -. -,_. ..,. ,-11 ;-'

",. I )(g-, r".nl


c



S FLORIDA FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8. 1$24.I .
t BRADFORD__ UNTf'TELE._ __ GRAPH._ jtTARKBl _
PAGE SIXWith ___ _____ .
---
THE HOME TOWN NEWSPAPERAS ening until late In the spring. SEABOARD TRAIN SCHEDULE

Prices, however, are below last sea- I -
A SERVANT I ASPIRIN
The Bradford son's level. The slump in price dur- (In effect Nov. 11, 1923)

Johnson) I ing the holidays cut a big notch in the SouthboundNo. -
(By Spuds i
dea total. The market has not yet recov- 1 reaches Starke at 12:18 a. m.
to
These days a fellow has got No. 3, 10:59: a. m.
of tho increased totals -
Farmers lot of reading and studying to keep ered.of In shipments spite by freight and express No. 21, Cedar Key, 5:00 p. m. Beware of Imitations!

abreast of the times, from being an No. 15, Limited, 1:16 p. m.
the total of the cash paid the
ignoramus. And according to my NorthboundNo. -
I is leas by about $3,000 than cam..
way of thinking there is nothing bet growers 2 reaches Starke 4:15: a. m.
-- the that had been distributed a No. 4 4:26
ter for a man to read than his own sum : p. mNo. a
EXTRACTS FROM REPORTS OF! POISON THE CUTWORMS OR home town newspaper. It looka out year ago. I 20, Cedar Key, 8:50: a. m. I II

GATHER AND FEED TO CHICKS nothing else doe*. This is discouraging, though it does I; No. 16, Limited[ 6:57 p. m. ,
COUNTY AGENTS for his interests as ;
Wannee Dranch-
necessarily mean that strawberry ,
I Now, 1 don't propose to write a not I No. 101 leaves Starke 7:45: a. m.
I' be
is ceasing to profitable.
melon The cutworm is a pest. He is known free advertisement for the newspaper growing! I No. 104 arrives Starke 3:15: p. m. I
Tomato and water there is lower price
Marlon- For one thing a :
to every gardener or trucker. lIe maybe people but there is nothing wrong I T. J. GRIFFIN,
planting has begun.St. I controlled by feeding him a poi- :I with telling the truth and putting level on all fruit in the north. Citrus Agent.I
hit the hottom. The ,
Scatter this about the the head it fits, is there? has practically ;
bait. tho on
soned
cap
Johns-Our community fair atl I the I I apple crop brought such un <:jli!>.ac- | THERESSA I II II I II II
field or garden after sunset for I am convinced that B good newspaper I II
Hastings was a success, particularlyfrom the I essentials tory prices last fall that much fruit i --- I
hungry worms to feed on during is one of the three off I J
and I !
standpoint of home grown was left on the trees. The people are '
nirht. I any 'ommunity-the church and the I Theressa, Feb. 8.-B. C. Owsley,
manufactured products. Diversity of not paying as much for what they eat E. E. I
H.
individual farm This poisoned bait may be preparedby school being the other two. :, Mrs. J. Owsley, Moorerandi
farm featured they had been paying for some
crops adding together bran, 25 pound, There it a lot of things the paper as i Charlie Owsley were visitors over to I Unless you see the 'Bayer Crosa" on
YI; exhibits 1 its community, years previous. Hampton Saturday. package or on tablets you are not getting -
,paris green or calcium arsenate, does for the good of I I
mention all of There dues not seem to be any real Air and Mrs. Vance Russ and children -I the genuine Bayer Aspirin pro.,1s"r"
pound and water, 2 1-2 gallons.Mix too many things to by million and prescribed by
Walton Held fine co-opera- I overproduction of strawberries. The of Brooker visit Mr. and Mm
t some the bran and paris green, or them. However, let's consider for a physicians over twenty-three years fur
{ tive fruit meetings throughout the : while moment a little of what it does for Florida crop has the market pretty :. C. A. Youngblood Sunday. I Headache
calcium arsenate thoroughly Colds
1 county this week; good crowds and Then wet until, it is decidedly the farmer. I well to itself, and its only handicapis Mr. and Mrg. Mark demons, of : Toothache Lumbago
much interest. We have about 20 dry. the limited buying capacity of the Brooker were visitors here Saturday. Neuritis Rheumatism
Put it out after week carries a': I
but not Every
sloppy. my paper
;1 farms being stumped this week get I damp, northern people. I Miss Rosa and Mary Bloss of Neuralgia Pain, Pain
sunset so that it will be fresh couple of columns of good farm information -
s ting ready for fruit orchards. Our and attractive to the worms; they and most of it has been I It must be remembered that a quart i Brooker, and Mr. Ludwick, of Key-I I Accept "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin"
{ people are organizing to grow a potato of berries must sell for at least twen- stone Heights, were visiting friends' only. Each: unbroken package contains
Make fresh bait marked O. K. by the experts at the
feed only at night. I directions. Handy boxes of
for the early market. I ty-five cents over the price paid for it here Sunday. proven
crop needed. state's agricultural institution over twelve tablets oottt few cents. DriiirKiBt
day as long as
every here, in order for the shipper to make | Mrs. Holder visited friends in
I over I also xi'll bottles of 21 and 100
If the bait is properly mada and at Gainesville. The other day no-
profit. That means that a quart Is the trade, mark of Buyer
any Sunday evening.
Madison-Our farmers cooperatively flakes how disinfect Hampton I Aftpirln J
sown it will fall in such fine ticed a little article about to ..
ordered 280 tons of fertilizersthis I've which sells for a quarter here must Mr. and Mrs. II. D. May and children Manufacture of Monooceticncldester. .rSalicyllcaclJ.
that fowls or birds: will not pick it watermelon seed. Now, .
command at least fifty cents from the attended the show at the GeietyI
week.DayEleven. up, according to J. R. Watson, entomologist used that method before and know it I
I I I dealer in New York who undertakes Theatre, Starke, Wednesday evening.
Florida experiment will do the work but I'd forgot just I
of the CLARK AND SEARS
farmers and none club I ito I handle it, and that means that the Cecil !Moore, of Sunbeam, visited FRANK
station. what it is and how the job is
members will grow watermelons to In a field where the plants are That one article will save me dono'l.,, I retailer must get around 75 cents for ,, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. ''I HAVE LAND OFFICE RETAINEDRegarding

hip, co-operatively. hundred dollars and who should I !I it. Moore during the past week.
better
scattered like cabbage, protec- ,
There will be limit to the the closing of the United
always a Mr. and !Mrs L. L. Youngblood are I
tion will be Afforded and money saved thank for it but my county i.".vspa- i
I which be sold at I Florida the
LnkEleven communities had amount of fruit can visiting relatives at Putnam Hall. States land office in
exhibits -
about the
bait in
the piles
at our county fair held all this by placing per.And I retail at that price. If some means i, Mrs. J. E. Phillips an week. j stalks of the plants. For other cropsit there ist: always some useful could be devised whereby Florida Edna and Jewel, are visiting relatives I the United States land office Gainesville
may be scattered along the rows. hints for the housewife, such as how !I'
strawberries could( be sold in New in Palatka. I : "George C. Crom, Registrar-
I Ina small patch or where there to make some kind of salad or preserves : for 30 to 40 centsa retain Gainesville
St. Lucia-We held our fifth annual York in midwinter I E. S. Sibley was a visitor over to House voted today to -
but few cutworms the easiest or how to do a piece of sewing -
the I
the actual
quart to consumer, land office.
fair this week which land Hampton Saturday.
county was a and method i i.I i. I .
quickest cheapest or some other houae job. of fruit which the market FRANK CLARK M. C."
success Inspite of very unfavorable amount Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Phillips left on (Signed) ,
I Ito walk the patch In the early
r weather. through It tells what the neighbors are do- would absorb would be more than Wednesday for Miami. I A similar telegram was received

morning and look for plants cutoff ing and about the actions of com doubled. i Livingston and Wilson Russ, Car- : from Congressman W. J. Sears, and

Wafcullu-Our farmers have made during earth the night.from the By base scratchingthe of the munity and county organizations. Just at in the case of citrus fruits, ,: roll Atkinson Walton Youngblood, of goes to show that these gentlemen

their third co-operative order for fertilizers the away usually will be found And it has lots of advertisementswhich the problem comes down to the cost : Brooker, and Collis Youngblood, of are working for the people of Flor

Tobacco beds are all out and plant worm inform us folks of bargains in of distribution and delivery. That Graham, visited relatives and friend ida.
nt a depth of not more than an inch. t
merchandise, etc. expense is Florida's limitation. Thereis i here Saturday. I
land Is being prepared for all crops. Collect and feed to the chickens.A I |
There is a joke or two every once no remedy at our command at this i Miss Blanche Humphrey left Sat- I Piles Cu>ieu in o to Ifilhi Days.;

I'utnam-I'lanting of Irish pota- in a while to make a fellow laugh, time, but the next thing to it is the i urday for Brooker where she will I, ,Oru1. n"f"nd n -vney If PA7O OINTMENT, : fall
'
TONIC and well cultivation of the home market. I make her home with her sister Mrs. .: ;i w \cihnji1. i'nxrudtuiPsi.* .. ., .
toes is drawing to a close; the early maybe a poem or so, as as i '' 'i.n* 1"1..I. vnt v' ,:.
plantings at Federal Point are sever Grove's Tasteless chlU Tonic: encores a page or two of all-around information !I With a winter population of over I Mark Clemons. I iI .c'" '"

al inches high and cultivation has be Energy! and Vitality by Purifying and about things the world over. I two million people, close enough to W. F. Adkinson, of Brooker, visited I

gun. Enriching' the Blood. When you fuel its If anything happens of worthwhile I the strawberry growing centers to t!i relatives here Sunday. ":": ," LOOKS r' WONDER: AGE
'
A strengthening Invigorating effect,sue huw importance, it is the newspaper we I escape the high transportation char-

Volunia-We have just had our lint It brings color to the cheeks and howIt look to to record it. And it is the I ges which the northern buyer must I i I PREVENTS INFECTION USE NOSE SHINE

county fair and I am satisfied that it improves the appetite, you i I HI;) then newspaper that we go to to push a I pay it ought; to be possible to have The jrrpatrot discovery in flesh healing

I has been a most valuables piece of appreciate its true tonic value. good cause or to kill harmful gossip several million boxes of berries con- 1 is that' the marvelous in Borozonc and a preparation Far SHINY NOSE

work; results] are most gratifying.We Grove's Tuatulesn chill Tonic is simply or false rumor. sumed at home; and the value of the It is comes a combination liquid treatment powder that form.not EXCESS PERSPIRATIONOILY

have a set of buildings second to Iron and Quinine suspended in syrup. Su home market i is so great that it shouldbe only purifies the wound of germs that
plea,*inl even children like It The bluor! held and improved at all hazard" cause infection but it heals the flesh with SKIN-ODOR OF PERSPIRATION
in the state all\ exhibitswere
no county needs it and IRON HOW'S THIS?
QUININE to Purify to Plant City Courier. extraordinary speed. Bad wounds or BLACKHEADS-ENLARGED PORES
very creditable, and everybody Enrich it. Destroys Malarial germs anc' HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE will 1 cuts which take weeks to heal with the
studied all other exhibits. Personal- Grip terms by Its Strengthening Invtitoratmfj do what w. claim for It-rlil your system 'ordinary liniments mend quickly under RED NOSE-FRECKLES
1 ly I think the time and effort could : EtTot-t .,0o. of Catarrh or Ueafneea caued by TbcSQulnln :.. Doc Dot Alice 1C- 11..j :i the powerful influence of this wonderful Will Kmtp your Skis Freak Looking
Catarrh. B"'ai"m of Its. tonic till I InxMive effect ..A remedy. Price(liquid)80o, 60o and 120.
not have been put to better use, as HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE! con. T1V PROMO QUININE (Tub eta) can 1.6ithehed. .. t...-n Powder SOo and 60c. Sold -
by MAIL::.r :W.aawr : :
ROOSTER MAIN BIRD IN POULTRY Rlata or an Ointment which Quickly .. i n"in* :TODAYr : =2
the educational advantages of this Relieves the catarrhal Inflammation and c.Wcaovt;' ,Uiiaulru. i I |i :i i AU Drug Stores
f fair were simply great. FLOCK the Internal Medicine a Tonic which
act through the Illootl on the Mucous .
-- ---- ---- --
Surface thus -
assisting to restore nor-
mal condition.. .. rtwa7nra. ----- -
Okaloosa-Held one of the best Winter is the time to plan for the Bold by dnnrglMa for over 40 Tears.F. .
. farmer's J. Cheney A Co.. Toledo O.
meetings ever held in the spring rush in the poultry business

county at Laurel Hills on Saturday. In birds for
selecting a breeding pen,
We arranged plans of work; home one should remember that the male I.I is WOODLAWN t\e ed. ,

mixing of fertilizers acreage and I by all odds, the most important indivIdual 5 !

kinds of truck crops to grow featuredthe in the pen; special attention Woodlown, Feb. 8-Dr. E. L. Biggs V- \ \'C.1.\'t.
discussions. of Starke visitor here Satur- 1\\1 -( \", \
must be given to his selection. A was a ..-t (
vmHMWMM H VVM. HMMM-w ,
male bird is dear at price.
poor any V
day.Rev. '
.To Stop a Cough Quick If one plans to buy a pure bred D. L Phillips filled his appointment v \"'

tale HAYES HEALING HONEY. a rooster, it should be done at once, for at Saxton Sunday.

cough medicine which stops the cough by It is first come first served with most Miss Lois Norman was shopping
bsoling the Inflamed and irritated tissues.
A lime of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE breeders. And in buying, do not forget in Lawtey Saturday afternoon.Mrs. They are standardized in order to bring about uniform -

SALVE for Chest Colds. Head Colds and to study the pedigree of the bird J. Parmenter, of Jacksonville, the whenever
therapeutic efficiency to patient
Croup Is enclosed with every bottle of being bought, for "blood will tell." was the Sunday guest of her parents, .
H:\YES- HEALING HONEY. The salve Individually, the male should have Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Mathis.W. required. This efficiency is most needed in the sick

of should children be rubbed suffering on from the cheat a Cold and or Croup.throat high constitutional vigor. A bird with II. Norman and niece, Miss room-not merely in the laboratory.

i The he.llne.Reet of Hayee' Heallnil Hone In- low vitality Is poor and undersized, Myrtle Norman, were visitors to the
sUe the' thrust combined with the heallatf Ifuct ofl.i.vi has a flat narrow breast is knock- county seat Saturday. What is true of drugs must be true of foods. Purity

tan kin- s o-Pea-Trate boa cops a_Salve b. through (be pore 01 kneed, has a long narrow head a Troy Norman and Misses Gladys and efficiency in the can is only part of the problem

BUM Oath of the nmedtoe combined ere treatment perked In la oaf SSo.carton.m and the crow bill, dull eyes and a low tall. Norman and Margaret Phillips were -purity and efficiency in the kitchen is the true test.

t Just ask your druggist for-HAYES Naturally the reverse of these undesirable visitors to the state farm Saturday
The law that contain 12
requires baking %
i HEALING HONEY.PRACTICAL qualities will indicate the afternoon. power

y birds that should be selected. Misses Beatrice Phillips and Lois leavening gas at the time of sale to the consumer.

SUGGESTIONS Whether to use cocks or cockerels Norman attended church at Lawtey This measure insures uniform leavening efficiency ,

j FOIL THE COTTON PLANTER depends on circumstances. Cocks can Sunday. and protects the health of the public.In .

t generally be purchased at leas cost Miss Myrtle Norman was a visitorto
"Practical suggestions for the cot- han cockerels of equal quality and Saxton Sunday. order to comply with this fixed standard for baking

ton planter," that Is the sum and sub- may prove to be the more valuable. Misses Frieda Sapp and Leila Al- powder manufacturers must produce and pack

stance of a list of recommendations A good male should be serviceable for rarer, Wateroak, were visitors to their product so as to avoid the deterioration which

made by some of the leading cotton four or five years, if properly cared our section Sunday. may result from absorption of atmospheric moisture.

planters and experts from all the for and is not overworked. Allen Stokes, of St. Augustine, was

states of the South, co-operating with It cockerels are to be used, select a visitor here Saturday and Sunday. Baking Powder manufacturers, to avoid violation of

representatives of the federal depart- the well matured. A frequent cause D. B. Browning was a business visitor the law also pnencl thousands of dollars yearly intesting

ment of agriculture. of poor hatches and weak chicks is to Jacksonville Thursday. grocers' stocks and removing "spent" goods

This material Is siftings! from all due to the use of immature birds, In Elam Rhoden. and David Moore of from his shelves, in spite of the fact that every pos-

the available data on methods: of controlling the opinion of II. B. Lansden, extension Lawtey, were visitors here Sunday. \
sible had previously been taken against
I the boll weevil, plus what Is poultryman of the Florida Col. precaution

generally recognized as the best cultural ege of Agriculture.When COUGHING, RELIEVED deterioration.With .

S I methods In this Industry. The the Florida breeder makes up J P' u.o e trout cough the more you the exception of Texas: th(> pure food iaws are not applied to bake
data the boll weevil is a birds in offim ,Miur lunsrx. :: lad! cvstmn.liuio. .
concerning its or her mind to use male
I'." pblvRDi easily wit!.out str.im ing powder mixed:th flour at tnc :--ill! ?>nd sold in bags as"Self Rising

I summary of the steps or measures In the breeding pens that are from trap or .m'.t '!y taiuux LconurUiM Viigli Flour." There is no penalty o;: 'uc 1ll .r.-.. turers if this fails to "self
\ most .
Its control which have proved nested hens with records of 200 eggsor S"r"p (Cii-o 'otc I'' It !H soothing,
\ effective during the last two years in better, hey will find that the egg hi 'iljur. I.f' agent unit effective. Ki': .t rise"-the consumer is the "go! ;;:'t"-he i ij: the one that pays the penalty
tiling for hu king coughs, deep vented'
various parts of the South. production of their flocks will in- col.!., I'ronrhiliiruup, grippe and through indigestion and ill health that comes from eating bakings that

The recommendations are the outgrowth crease rapidly.In Bud whooping tufa trratuicut c
of the recent meeting of the brief, then, select the bird- 1I yourself from cnltlit, to both the consumer and the manufacturer-who welcomes
Southern Agricultural Workers at rooster or hen-that has a broad COUI;"- nutnona i Incubi'let! *
) will be carriedIn Lulus I of Ix-iiunrtli's Cough Svrup such laws and co-operates in every way possible. But I
head
Birmingham. They well rounded breast broad full ; ( your druggist today,
a number of farm journals. Direc- strong, medium length beak, straight andebriugdyuick relief. Not so with the self rising flour manufacturer-he resents such laws

tor Wilmon Newell of the Florida legs carried upright under the body and fights such legislation. Why? Because a standardization of self rising -

'I Experiment Station has received a I and set well apart an alert carriage THE STRAWBERRY DEAL flour would require moisture-proof containers instead of cheap sacks

copy of the report and has arrangedthat eyes bright and full, and a high degree -
-because low
additional copies may be made I of activity generally. Last but As long since forecast by the Courier grade "clears" could no longer be sold as "fancy patent

and sent to cotton planters, bankers l I not least select a bird from a trap. the strawberry crop this year is flour. It would also mean he must maintain expert chemical control

and business men of the state who nested hen with a good record. likely to exceed tht of last year bya such as is now maintained by baking powder manufacturers.

desire it Requests should ask for I wide margin. At this time the Calumet Baking Powder contains only such ingredients as have been
"Cotton Production Recommendations Habitual Cured delivered In Plant
constipation amount City exceeds -
of the Association of Southern In 14 toll Day that up to the sama period of officially approved by the U. S. Food Authorities.

Agricultural Workers"To prepared LAX-FOS Syrup WITH Tonic-Laxative PEPSIN" is tot a s.Habitus>ciahi' 'last year by nearly 44' per cent Of Packed asa tin-Steeps the in

Constipation. It relieves promptly but course there may be a "fall down" strength

Cure Cold In One Day should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 daysto later on; but the fields are l lookingfine

Take LAXATIVE: PROMO" QUININE (TaMruJetou -. induce regular action. It Silmu'ate!' *andRegulatea.Very and there isery: wi8t; : the .
*me Couth .Dd.tt..h.. and work oil !QCulJ Pleasant to TaJu.1 60t -- -
i .. 1".w.!.ROVE. signature on rare 00>1.I JX tier. buttle. fruit will keep on growing and iipTT -- ,

lr



I I
t
II
I





Ar
"


.". .. ., .......-- -
'- ._. :>..:. "_ ._ ,.i:', ,, ---
+. --r--- .,."rya... t ra.aaArww.-.r..r
S **
j -- '
t "I
t, J. I ., :
t iis1'-! rsr" W 'n :, lI.



lj,7I'/II"'W! /. ; ,. .,, \ v...i..ffr. ,?r- '''C -. ,.. .
'
', I

.













FRIDAY FEBRUARY 8, 1921.
GRAPH STARKB. FLORIDA
-. PAGE SEVBrf:
1


.
--- -- -

,. 1+ I,- NEREHCttt4tI SEE NOW WITH A.. rEV' UI6MTTAPS r'
HOME IT* NOT Bid NAILS AND LOUD
OON'T 'CsI I "K\WB THE MAIL' PCIVBH ljl NTlL7ASIS ,.
POUNDING THAT YIxt 5 ANYTHING )

SWEET I V1 THAT 0' LIl* IT'S USING WASTING YOUR BRAIN' AM'MOT AND THe !CHAIR PtBPBCTTwould 15 FIXEDABSOLUTELY AtsAIN, (? 42a at



HOME ENERGY! ptt ((4P ; yy56N45'

0P N6 (

t* "ilS't3I

\, u' Ny5f, ,
Oscar Ii Sure lie rrnl \ 44

Hud; Alld," iIN a :- .

7 ::\ )
f
I \ M .,, : i. I
i ._ rrJ
I 4 II p. .a ,Nrr} it I 7+ r ,,, r; A dt II>
i.
i I
,
by III tjinl / ,1 a t
/N// 1 ""'
/ 1
II et 1
TerryCilkison I 1UNTINQ VuhwBlu

*i IN A"CALF
i
,. r f
t !: .It
AUTOC Aa Tf K \
vj t



._
--- -- ------- ----
-
- -----
PETITION FOR ELECTION j' half Northwest lie (Hard thero'II be another in
I, of Quarter of Northeast possess a different weakness just as along n min- J

We. the undersigned taxpayer of Lone Nnrlh Qunrur. lla.f..r:( nf the the I Southvast Northeast Quarter Quarter: and of the the amazing to him. A youth seated himself In the dentist ute. E-r-r maybe I'll da? WQiGlYS

Bridge Sub School District No. 1. will pro i :Northwest Quarter of tho Southeast Quart, lie wonderful silk
Mnt our petition to tho board at Public Instruction all in :Stction Thlrt7"ix! (lae). And the Are we damaged souls ? No. W. chair. wore a -
or Bradford county Florida at a South Half at Southwest Quarter of South- Are immature souls and suffering de- shirt and an even more wonderful Tho Very Thing ,
special mertlriK at 10 o'clock. a. m.. Monday. rust Quarter. of Section Twenty-four ((211. After
Feb. 11. 1U24. to nrk for an election to determine All of the above described lamia being InTo velops us. But we will )get enough of chocked suit. And he had a vacant Customer want to get u nicu Every Meal
whether or not Long Brldire Sub School \\ 'ir-Iiip live ifl) South, Range Tvrenty-two
District :No. I shall connolldate with New l:-'i Fuel: I of 1'ailahmee.' Meridian, contain- suffering in the normal course of stare. birthday prevent for my husbnnd. It's the longest-lasting
River Sub School District No. 12. to loot mat ? the ,".... 60 ........ things without going out of our way "I am afraid l to give him gas" the Clerk-Well, let's see. How about I
three truatmo and ,
determine the mlllam, to A. Z. ADKiNS confection you can buy
tea assessed. anolnht. the consolidated district. ,I Special Maatsr in Chancery to inflict it on each other, even tinder dentist said to his assistant. a nice humidor?
B. F. RENT'ROE, A. S PREW3.!: -nml It's a help to digestion
M H MOODY.) ( I' Solicitor for Complainant. 2-1-51-2-29 the name of love-Wickes Warn- "Why Customer'-Oh, that would be Dire

J.C. E.M. ADKINS.PHILLIPS. boldt in Asheville (N. C.) Times.A "Well," replied the dentist, "Look -but I don't know what size liu and a cleanser

M. L. JOHNS.:: ORDER FOR Pl'DLICATIONIn | at him now. How will I know when, wears. oA for tae nxittth
H PARNELL.II : Circuit Court. Stale of Florida Eighth I T" and teclli.
J. B \PP. Judicial' Circuit. Bradford County, in Chancery. !SPLENDID! IF.ELIXO he is unconscious
ROAN TURNER. '''I'IIII.'Y"II mean..
Faith Worker Hut
-
<). W. SAP. W. J. Walker That tired haU..lckl dinpouramcl fool ,
E. A. SAPP ComplainantMartha ing caused (by a torpid liver and roiiBtiputod On the Job Teacher (to new boy)-Jimmy, do benvlltnttvellaar

N W. O.E.! MOODY Y'\ RrmnOUGn.S. Welker. f (liuwcU run bo KOLU.U rid of with It was the dose! old lady'a first ride you know the population Sturko ? plcasnreeew

P. YARIIOROUGH. Ltofrncktnt.. Burprhmi prouiptni'i by using Ilorbino. taxi and she watched with Jimmy-riouHu, mans, I don't know
You f..clll. in a growing ;
W. T. TURVER. upprnrmv' by affidavit appended the bom 'firiol effect with tho first
P. R. CREWS. bll\1\ Sled, in the above ataUd cause .ttoM loss n. its purifvmr: anti rogulitinfr1effort alarm the driver continually put all of them-yu see, I've only lived
i
O. B. MOODY. tha Walker the defendant therein named .. '
H. L. JOHNS. I a mm-nvMont of the state of Florida, and'lilt thorough ural coriplrtc.( It not only ting his hand outside the car as a hero three weeks.
B. F. MERRITT. she Is a i-mlik-nt of Edxewator State of Alabama driven out) Liiio uud impurities but it imparts to the traffic following. At
l-ll-Ct-2-R and Is over the age of twenty-one I I a ppli-ndid!" fooling of pxhiliinitiou, signal

.- year It ',la llnrefori ordered that said non-real- I t1trt'l1wll, vim, and buoyancy of spirits. last
PETITION FOR ELECTION dent defendant be and la. hereby required to I Price 60e. Bold by "Young man," she said "you look F.dith--lIlolht'r. I want you to meet 1 pt1 ,,

appearu the bill of complaint sled in said, I. All Drug Stores after the driving and watch where Mr. Wren. Mr. Wren wan burn intha
W., the
undersigned taxpayer* of New cause on or before Monday the 3rd day of I
River Sub School District. No. 12. will present March. ''bliP' 102.1. otherwise the allegations you are going. I'll tell you when it Canary Islands.
our petition to the board of Public Inatructlon of said I will be taken as confessed by I;
of Bradford county, Florida, at aspecial said defendant. i starts raining! l\Iotht'r-l'l aRt'd Indeed to know \
meeting at 10 o'clock a. m., Monday. It 'la" further ordered that this order be !Mr. Wren Perhaps will
'
Feb. 11. 1B24. to ask for an election to deter- published once a week for four consecutive you you .
mine whether or not New River Sub School weeks' In the Bradford County Telegraph a I "J\\: Not on the MenuA Sinn: for us7
District :No. 12 shall consolidate with Lone newspaper publirtlied in said county and atat*. jtis Jf
Brldue Sub School District No.4. to elect This. January ... 1924.G. traveling man went into a restaurant
three trustees and determine the mlllage toiralnst W. ALDERMAN for his dinner and after lookIng The Very Idea
be w.saed a1 the consolidated( district. (Seals J Clerk Circuit Court I
G.. W. ANDREWS.C. By C. A. KNIGH'r. YEP A GOOD TALKER I in disgust over the meager menu !I, Fair Motorist-Will you put .some
G. WIGGINS. Deputy Clerk
EUGENE BRYAN. A. a. CREWS 19 oNE WHO KNOWS he inquired of an ancient darkey who |foil in my car, please ?

I W.). W.M. PARKER.KELLEY. Solicitor for Complainant. 2-1-51-2-29. 'WHEN TO QUITo shuffled forward to take his order: Filling Station Cent-Sure. Heavy Sound Itvaaonable 1

1[. E. STOKES.L. legs ?
frogs'
"Well Sam, have you
W. JOHNS. ORDER FOR PUBLICATION Father-Jim, go fetch tho old hon
K. A. ANDREWS. In Circuit Court State of Florida, Eighth I today" F. M.-Say, don't get frcuh. I'll

J W.. L.M.JOHNS.HODGES. I Judicial. Circuit, Bradford County In Chaneery. "No, Bah; no sab., protested the knock you for a row of gondolas es.
Son-Why the old horses Pap
ALLEN PORTER. J. A. Dixon I darky, "it am jcz do rheumatic dat
J. P. LINDSEY. Complainant. I Iva l"at.her-Wear out tho old ones first
1-11-61-8-8 I a makes me walk dis way." Tho Wa>1 lie Felt
Dertha Dixon, I i is my molto.SonWaII.
Successful Suitor Well sir
Defendant. I your
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED It appearing. by affidavit appended to the. Mid-season Exam daughter ban promised to become my then you go fetch the
UNDER SECTION (75 OF THE bill filed in the above-atated cause that Sep.tha
GENERAL STATUTES Dixon. the defendant therein named, la anonresident Now 1 lay me down to rest wife. horsed Pap.

la a resilient of or the Greenville stale of Florida In the, state and aha of Before I take that awful test; Father-Well, don't come to mI'l
Motiee fa that Austin
hereby given Paul
South Carolina, and la. over the age of twentyone I wake for You have known ,
amrchaaer of tax certificate No. Re. dated the If I should die before sympathy. might &} )!
7lh day of July. A. D. 101(1. has flied saidcertificate years.It take like that would to : CASKETS"And
la therefore ordered that said non.reatifant Oh Joy I'll have no e..tlto something happen
in my office and has made application o COFFINS &
defendant be and la hereby required :
for tux deed to issue in accordancewith when
aroundhere
you you kept) hanging
to appear U the bill of complaint filed in the
law. Said certificate embraces the following
described property situated In Bradford add caiuo on or before Monday the llth I Ting-aling-tlng live nights u week a Full Line of
day of February. A. D. 1U24 otherwise the
county. Florida, towitiSoutheast nllettatlona of said bill will be taken aa confamed Immigrant (telephone booth at El- UnJmrtaJteipe' Suppi'se.AUTOMOBILE
Quarter of Northwest Quarter off
Southwest. Section 26. Tp. 5 8.. by laid. defendant Hello central give mo SICKLY' PKKVISH t'llll.IHtKM:
Quarter. Island ,
I It .la further ordered that this order bepubllahml He Was. Night lis )- ----
R. 11: East ten acres. week for four consecutiveweeks Children nuUVrinn from intestinal worm
The said land being assessed at the date of once a wife. UEAUSK
my
CI'rnIH1,11, ',, cud Thimnrn
in the Ki-ailford County Telegraph a are ( iinln'iililiy.
the Issuance of such certificate In the name of A bachelor wrote long letter to ? hsad. The bent
A Paul. newspaper puhluhed in said county and state a I Operator-What number please other nyniptoinn, however. If t tin- Always on s.e'etc. -

Unless said certificate shall be redeemed ... I This January 9. 194.G. W. ALDERMAN j bin married brother bemoaning the Immigrant-Why e-r-r No. :3. My child U ,null, him d.irk: ring(; 'under 1 tin at the lowest prices. SpvUl -

Cording to law, tax deed will (tiaue thereonon (Seal" Clerk Circuit Court.By fact that for several weeks he had third wife. I eyes, biul breath and.1 lake* no uilrri'xl t in attention to telegraph or-

Witness the 18th my day official of ,February alxnalurt' A. and D. 1924.seal this I C, A, Deputy KNIGHT Clerk., !;< not been feeling just right and was pay, it M nlmoHt certainty that, woniw esrej. Registered! Embaleaer.DeWlff .
the 14th day of Janua07. A. D. 192t. I i are fating away its viltdity. 'IJiu nun it
G. W. ALDERMAN: I E. M.Solicitor JOHNS.for Complainant. l-ll-ot-2-8 sick The wise M. thought it over, Why Not? randy furworiiiHH\\'liiti i >Cream. VennifiiK I

(-Spat- ) -4.16 Bradford Clerk Circuit'County Court rlda. I then wrote him the following letter: Flapper-Oh, help!-catch that It in pomtivu iliwfruelion' !to Ihn cfjONESSTARKE

1 I.OVE HF.K.! HUT !SHE MUST I II Dear Jim: man! He tried to kiss me. wean Bold but harmless to the child 1'rioo J FLAffiimnltDmQ1(010a7m
860. by
MASTER'S SALE I I SUFFEIl If you don't feel right Dumb Dan-'Sall right, mant- All Drug Stores )
Notice .la hereby .given that under and by \ If you can't sleep at night, ____ ___ __ ___ __ __u
decree of foreclosure
virtue of that certain Innl 1 ___ _u. __
made and rendered on November 22. A Seattle restaurant man put his If you moan and sigh, -
A. I). lui.1. by Honorable W. S. Bullock
throat
If is dry
judtie of the Fifth .Judicial Circuit of ,Florida. wife in jail for eloping with his cash. your
-- -- -' -
Honorable A. V Lang Judge of the Eighth If you can't smoke or drink
ier. Her relatives besought leniency
Judicial Circuit, bunir disqualified, In that
certain cause wherein tIe Federal loan Bank off his part but though ha wept copiously If your grub tastes like ink,
of Columbia, a corporation. Is ,
If heart doesn't
and J. M. Starling and Nettie: Starling: his over the matter he stoutly and your beat

wife, and the Lawtey defendants National the Farm Loan vehemently maintain, "I love her, but If you've got cold feet,
Association rem- undersignedwill
offer for sslc and will sell to the highest I she must sutfer." And he saw to it If your head's in a whirl- I
and beat bidder, for canh. In front of Ihc don't the
Why glrlTAs
courthouse "liM r In Stark. Bradford county. that she "I>! suffer too. you marry
Florida on Monday the Srd day of March I ever, your brother
Undoubtedly it did the woman goodto
A. D. 1924: during the leitnl hours of sale
for the of satlafylnu said final decree : suffer. Suffering Is u thing that Tom.
the following d.scrlbed real estate
log and being in Bradford county rlorlua i makes souls grow and characters

twit The Southwest Quarter. of the Southeast I broaden and deepen. But should this Hell in the MakingThe THE UNIVERSAL CAR '

quarter of the North.-iwt Quarter ; and the husbund have established himself usa newly appointed pastor of a
Southeast Quart. r "f the Southwest Q'jytfrf I
the :North,a il Qunrfc-r and the. self-appointed avenger? Should negro church faced a packed audience

------ I he not have done that which wad kind when ho arose to deliver his sermon Forecasting A Tremendous I

11I1il'J' and which was merciful ? Should he o nthis burning question: "Is Therea
: Hel II fA !U9! :! I Hell "
have insisted on the pound of flesh? Spring Demand
n s: weaknesses "Brcdren" he said "de Lord made .
5 He may have had just as great -
a Old Folks' I BH his wife, perhaps in the the world round like a ball."

? {I same direction, but had never been "Amen!" agreed the congregation.

Ailments : caught. "And tie Lord made two axles for 739,626 !

g t g: The Almighty gives us poignant illustrations de world to go round on, and lie put

Black- *ra I of leniency right along in one axle at the north" pole and one more Ford cars and trucks were produced

years ago lives. Every man over for axle at the souf pole.
our daily last than the
|Q and my experience with It HPg"t year previousyear
"Amen !r" cried the COnlC'legation."And ,
stretches ever a good longtime ," says 6I r. Joe A. Blake Jj* can thank the mercy of God for it, i de Lord put a lot of oil and

B more a Civil War veteran KPCM I for most have deserved It in one wayor grease in de center of de world so as

and dormer Virginian who lanow pn| I another. Probably if every man to keep de axles well greased and In spite of this tremendous increase in production was .

JSS prominent citizen of IT oiled." impossible to meet delivery requirements during the spring
who merited it
incarcerated
ffa ,
were
I
Texas. best 19a
is the
Floyd, "It
be outside I "Amen! said the congregation. and summer months whets orders for 350,000 Ford Car
laxative I know of for old m there would not enough people j
S people. A good many yearsago -' of Jail to run the world. I' "And then a lot of sinners dig wells and Trucks could not be filled.])

Cl In Virginia, I used to igj steal du Lord's
in Pennsylvania and
get bilious and I found that I am a great believer in giving ev- This year winter buying for immediate delivery has been
gjg| er yfellow one more chance. I remember i[' oil and grease. And dey dig wells in more active than ever before-and in addition 200,000 .

man committed o 1:I Kentucky Louisiana, Oklahoma and order have been booked
I:: Thedford's = once a }' already through the Ford Weekly
I crime against an institution with ( Texas and Mexico and Russia and Purchase Plan for spring delivery.

which I was connected. My men plac- steal de Lord's grease and oil.

I ed evidence In my hands that would '1I I "An" some day dey will have all of These facts clearly Indicate that the demand during this

BLACK-DRAUGHT( :I have landed the fellow in the penli I I de Lord's oil and grease, and dem axles spring and summer will be far greater than ever, and that

1 carried that evidence in is gonna git hot. And den, dat order should be placed immediately with Ford Dealer a.

i I tentlary. fur three days and then I II will be hell, bredren, dat will be hell!" a means of protection against delay in securing, your Ford

6] was the best> and quickest 're- ISWi I I destroyed my pocket it. The man deserved to ( -Philadelphia Public Ledger.Separating Car or Truck or Fordaon Tractor.

lief I could get. Since I came F* | ,
to Texas I Have these bilious Si ':' go to jail but I was not going to put } ; I
'lEI 11I.III! attacks every now and then- Ewfiig :I, him there. Perhaps I was wrong but {I' the GoalsThe

a man will get bilious anywhere Kji the powers that l be had shown me too ( soldiers marched to the church
and I find
S2 know
you i I for me not to pans outside. One '
12 that a, little Black-Draught u9 \I many mercies and halted in the square Detroit, Michigan
jk3 lOOn straightens me out. gM them on. ;' wing of the edifice was undergoing ( v

13 After few doses, in little or BW' I i I How many chances should a man'I repairs, so there was room for only

'W no time I'm all right agai r" 1JJ1.9( I,t tf have It is a question. I do not half the regiment A email drpoeti/ down, with easy paTmants of .
|f| TheilforU's Black-Draught i' the balance) arraned, 01 enrollment under
gn and help him up Ii i your
It forgive ordered the
know. we "Sergeant, captain, s
the Ford Weakly Purchase Plan will
on U a purely vegetable liver tnmedieui put your
*, used In AmercA! for rT; i i i seventy times seven times we will not'| "tell the men who do not want to go order on the preferred bat for eprtna d.ii wy.

QI3. over eighty years. It acts on tiIthe ],I:I even then have shown the same consideration to church to fall out."

am stomach, liver and bowels tft. that is shown us. Rightlythe'll. A large number quickly availed
=r. I See the Nearest Authorized
as- C.P! '. is no human who is fit to pats themselves of the privilege.

1m Ing" constipation. Sold every- g|| I 1 Judgment upon another. We all have (> "Now, sergeant," said the F-44 Ford Dealer

wbere flaws or we would not be here. We "dismiss all the men who did captaln'l
.., E-102 B9 the weakness of i J
are amazed at a out and march the others
_
a Cltilg ;; ;: brother while at the same time we1 I II 1 l.l need it most." .



i


.. .
,

.
ttbl" ::. _-_ _.. .. L 'W_ -",..,..' .'.__.. rc;:;;..l e, i :- '" .J1''' 1!." "'. -r' II.-....,i"' .
-J"
-r'. 1rwL 'a +'h"i '" "' ..
.. 1- '" .. .......
r-l
... .. -rerrrr --- -, ",-' -:- .;. -' .4.--'w ._ :..:: } -4. Melt '' {I. t.. 'JI IJ1l' 'l" !Ii' IV -
hI .. .. : :
....
= : :
-- ..
_- ."...,..... .taaetOaa\



"F- n. J1 ....
'\" ,;.," ," I" .. ... -" ,- .- .. 111If.

\,." ',:"-.,:!'I" ,,, .@" ,\\t-.; _.. .. ...( _...- _1", '" .. ,' H..n-.. ....... _' .-, -' > .''''-, ", ....."..., -, ",,_. ..'w ,


II I

I


.





,.,:. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 8. 1924.
PAGE EIGHT
-
-

I I ,,,][ntu=u..1MIzarnmm.LI1mmI sun parlor of the Woman's club house

11. I r I Seven tables were laid for bridge NEWS ITEMS OF BUSY LAWTEY I

Blink's Saturday Night Letter 0 I I and delicious home made candies were

- served during the game. Mrs J. E.

tiI7Q1t3t11)CiMtL1itlLtl6l Wilson made high and was presented I Mrs. R. L. Hannan, of Jacksonville, spending a few days here this w.,.

Starke, Feb. 2, 1024.{ Ma wouldnt let little John go soMe : \) +t' ''" with a four table auction set as first spent Sunday here with her son, Ben- with her parents, Mr. and'iUra. S..,

Dear Bub: and the Pup and Pa got in the prize. The consolation prize, a bowl jamin Hannan. ny Griflls.

boat. Pa put me in one end, the pup C. OF C. MEETING MONDAY AF
Miss
I dont care if you are havin a good of narcissus bulbs, was !given to
time skatin or If Annie does go latin in the middle and he set in the back TERNOONThe Hilda Lewis. Misses Joyce and Claudia Terry and George C. White, of Starke, wi

: with Dutch pence I haint ther. I end. we went out a little bit and Pa The hostesses served a tempting Mary Boyer went to.Melrose Friday. transacting business in Lawtey Mon

kin have Jest as good a time down stood up to look the lake over so as Children of the Confederacymet salad course composed of chicken day.

to see where to fish. He sed when he afternoon at the home Mrs Jack Briggs! of Jacksonville,
here fishin an a better time than you I Monday salad, olives, saltines, potato chips -
do and besides! 1 haint worrln bout wuz a boy nobody could beet him find-I of the director, Mrs. O. L. llaynej. and hot tea. was the guest last week of her mother Volley Reddish and Carl Woott

Annie cause our neybor has got a in the fish. Pa looked in ever Fourteen members were present. The guests (included Mesdames Ed. Mrs. M. E. Edwards. were visitor to Stark. Saturday.Mr. .

haint tion an after he sed he had up Elise Jones occupied the Burns L. E. S.
nice lookin gurl and she got president, ward O. Beasley, -

any freckles either an I kin go over the situashun ho sed we would go over -:! chair and after the business meeting Matthews N. D. Wainwright, J. L. Mr. and Mrs. Buddington, of Mid- and Mrs. H. J. Wimberly aixl

,I to her house! enytime i want to. to the rite.I started to paddle when plans were made to sell sandwichesat Frazee, J. 1. Peek, S. L. Peek, A. S. dleburg, and Mrs. J. Lee, of Daytona, Mr., Cox of Hightland, were visitors

It has been raneing so much thet i heard Ma yell an I looked round an the schoolhouse. Martha and Col- Crews, E. R. Neff, G. C. Collins, W. were visitors to Lawtey Monday to Lawley Tuesday.

Pa haint been able to do much work, all I could see of Pa wuz his too feet son Morris joined the chapter at this E. Davis, H. H. Young Ellery M. -

so Pa sed to Ma the other day how an one hand sticking up over the back meeting.: Mrs. Haynes served ice Davis, T. C. Morrs, O. L Haynes, F. J. D. Randall, of Orlando, was the W. H. Burt, of Hawthorn

I: I would she like to go fishin an taker end of the boat. Te Pup got excitedan cream. Fragrant jonquils were used L. Turner, G. M. Inman, C. A. Futch, guest last week of Mr. and Mrs A. A. Sunday and Monday her, spent

: our dinner along an eat it on the fell into. Purty soon Pa's hed cum for decorations. L. Wyman, A. W. Anderson, J. M. Alvarez Smith. friends. with

I grassy banks of the beutiful lake. up an then he acted jest like he set J. E. Wilson, Misses Jeannette I '

Ma sed she would like to but she wuz down in the water again, then purty MISSION CIRCLE MEETS Matthews, Mabel Weller, Aileen Alvarez Mra. W. H. Edwards was a visitor _

I soon ho wuz stirrin the water like he to Jacksonville Saturday. I A. J. Swarts was transacting be..
tole her
: I afrade of that mule. Pa Hilda Lewis, Mrs. Taylor Belcher j I' -
wuz a whale an when he got on his \ ness in Starke Friday.
Shaw there want nuthin to be afradoof / Circle No. 2 of the Baptist church of New York.
feet th water wuz jest a little over Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Bryan motoredto
: that thet mule wuz acquwainted
met at the af
on Monday
with him now an would be jest as his knees. Fa an the Pup walked to ternoon. Devotional parsonage exercises were :MRS. MORRIS ENTERTAINED U. Starke Sunday and spent the day .| Miss Dora Clark, of Wataroak, was

,I meak as a little lam. Enyway she where Ma the and boat.little Ma John sed wuz Pa would an I conducted by Mrs. Bullen, after which D. C. with relatives. I i the guest Monday of her sister, Mr.
paddled
( i neednt have no fears cause he learned the business of the circle trans- I Jessie Reddish.
cetch his death a cold an we must go was Allan Stokes, of St. Augustine/ visited -
handle animules when he
how to acted. A social time followed, and Mrs. T. C. Morris entertained the I j -
without fish. Pa didnt !
rite home any relatives here
',. wuz a boy on the farm. Ma sod she much but crawled Into th wagunan the members spent the time most W. T. Weeks Chapter, U. D. C., Wednesday Sunday. |I II. L. Brownlee, of Starke, was attending

j wuz afrade to go but slnse little John gay profitably embroidering, sewing! and afternoon at her pleasant I to business here Thursday.
home the
Coin
we started home. J. J. McLeod was transacting busi-
was cryin to go she guessed she wud. home on Water street.
cutting patches for one of the Indian
throw his tale the
I mule would over ness in Jacksonville Friday. I
Ma fixt up a lunch an Pa got the Pa would it he Missions in the West. The president, Mrs. J. M. Brown- Leonard and Robert Taylor wee
I lino an when pull on
) spring wagon rely an then after Ma lee, presided over the meeting and ,, visitors to Raiford Monday.
would hump and down tite V. R. Reddish i
up squeeze retarned horns Friday -
.. got through running back an forth MEETING OF METHODIST MISSIONARY Mrs. O. L. Deasley transacted the duties -
like when you hole a bundel under from a combined pleasure and
to the house to see if everthinj wuz of After i
secretary. hearing reports David Moore returned home Fri-
your arm. lIe did it a good many SOCIETYThe business trip to South Florida. j
alrite to leve got started We got I
wo Pa tired of get- from the various officers and day from Jacksonville, where he has
gettln
time an wuz
alon fine Pn would try to make the committees the for
chapter adjourned been
spending several months.
the line loos then he cold Methodist Missionary Society
tin wuz
Ma made him an Mr. and Mrs. James Godwin, of
mule faster an stop
go a social half hour. The president I
an when Ha act him if when ho wuza held the February business meetingat Ap- Starke, spent the week-end here with
couldnt hit all th
she sad ho
.r cause boy he went fishin by divin In afterem three o'clock Monday afternoon at pointed the following committee on relatives. Andrew Crows, of Highland, wa u
holes In th rode when he went so fir unco for the next quarter: Mrs. visitor to .
thet made him mad an jest then the church. Mrs. W. C. l\lidJJdon, Lawtey Saturday.Rev.
fast Pa tried to let o nlike he dldnt G. Powell, Mrs. Paul E. Canova L'I
the mule clamped down on the line president presided over the meeting: Mrs. E L. DIggs and Mrs. J. W. I
here her but could toll thot ha I
you .Mr:*. S. L. Peek. E. D. Boyer called tu A'.x-'!
i with his tale an Pa gave it a moan and Mrs. J. W. White transacted the Andrews, of Starko, were visitors to was
did. jerk and whacked him with the whipan duties of secretary. :Missionary: workin A"isted by Mrs. O. L. Haynee and Lawtey Thursday 'I I bama last week on account:: 01 In,'
I I _
When we got to th lake we found a ;Ji'fln Martha Morris the
the next sit- Mexico was tin subject disetisajd charming I' serious illness of .. BibU.i' .\ v. '
thing we new we wuz
,
\ b.'ii' there that nobodywuz usln so tin on the ground an the mule and in the lesson, and suitable read ll;.<.,-> r L'lJ reived chicken salad saltines, F. H. Long of Starke reached here later that b..c h : i ,
: ['a < I w(> could use it. There wuzn ', was trans-
\ wagun wu. going down the rode. As I were given, by Mrs. A. Wood, Ur-i. i' ", ttxfod: dates, coffee and acting business in Lawtay Saturday.Mrs. cd away before ha re..lCl.J; :: i hi.! ,-
c-lplr.' boards there thet Pa led I. -
'c',1 I
G. C. Sweat and Mrs. L. A. Irv ill. cream. nation.
had
ourto ns we found out nobody no I ,
1 wo could' paddle with. Pa told Ma itwpe -- I i
'i th-j'.r invited to hold Its
j ,,, d loolcln lake he '!knowed bone's brake) wo picked v.p tho things Responding to the call to hal> to:: -j ( was S. A. Bryan and Misi: Mabel '! -
a. > nn and wnllced on home. When wo got orphans home at Enterprise, Uij ladies -t- t r''t.i3: : with Mrs. O. L. Haynes.! Reddish of Starlcc u'' Miss Pearl Tatum, of D*'L md, v .-*
\ h<> c.u'd, etch some fish an we could I I' were visitors .
there the mule wua ntandtn at the of tho church donated bhouU t, pillow !- 1:h j o eJ() 'lnlJ the afternoon with the i;:uost of her sister, r.U: ,. .;. U.
Lawluy
I ( cook them for dinner. He tolo Ma gate with .nuthin but the shafts, so cases and towels to the value of rriMorris; were: Mcsdames S. l.. Sunday. ,|{ Rote!, is, last week.L. .
I to t'o1in nn she she she wouldnt Po i i'lck: W. L. Wall O. L. L.
Haynes,
Pa Bcd ho guessed hed have to buy a $21.75. I !I
Mrs. J. C. Adlclna and children
r tolhr! "h" want no sport tt al, thetto now wl\ gln. Ho Red ho would look I The rending circle will meet tho: I, ,\. Dais, O. L. Beasley, J. M. Crownlee [ spent several I days here last week II. Hill was transacting. bj .in.."

; <" fuliin an sot on the bank want I third In '|: W. J. Epperson, J. U., Alvarez:,:' in Starke Monday.Mr. .
in tho telegraph! an SOB where wuz a Monday this month at tho with her mother, :Mrs. M. E. Edwards
Ma she
nu tun. Bed want gain on no '
W. E. Davis A. Z. Adkins
rood place to buy It, cause stores I home of Mrs: W. E. Middleton. Misses
, lake In no boat with no man like Pa. thet tell folks what -- miIn: !: and Olive Ray. and Mrs. L. A. Marc were vim-
wuz proud to they J. T.
Moore
I That made Pn mnd an ho sod she wuz came home from Lakej j
\ had to sail always advertized! MRS. ALDERMAN ENTERTAINED land and his tors to Starke Monday.A. .
\ jest like nil wimen they haint nt'verII BOY SCOUT BANQUET spent Sunday.with fern

; !got no confidence In folks they know I hero the toalcettlo singin so I had CIRCLE ONE ily.
M. Blanchard and daughter: Mi ,s
and Ma sed sho knowed better then better stop. -
Hugh Brownlee Jr. leader of the
Louise and Mrs. J. J. McLeod
weru
II !! to have confidonse [in sumo folks she Yours respectively Mrs. G. W. Alderman entertained Eagle Patrol of [ M. Davis and G. W. Halle, of Jacksonville -
troop one, gave a visitors Starke Thursday.R. .
circle of the Woman's
one Missionary were visitors to
::1 i knowed. i BLINK society Monday afternoon at her banquet Friday evening to the members -; Sunday. Lawtey on -

1 ,1 of his patrol at the home of hs M. Tracy Vas transacting: business -
pleasant home on North Walnut.
Devotional period was followed by parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Brown- A. M. Blanchard transacting in Jacksonville Thursday.

m : LOCAL ITEMS the regular business meeting, the lee. Black and green, the patrol col-I business in Jacksonville was Monday and

/ HAMPTON NEWS I members answering to roll call by ors, were used in decorating the long I Tuesday. Misses Lottie, Ruby Lois and To-

II current event news pertaining to the table, which was centered by ferns ledo Gainey, of Brooker, have enter-

1 missionary work. and flags. Black and green crepe pa- Miss Sarah Griflls, of Lakeland is ed school here and are pleasantly located -
,
.I Mrs. D. L. Dugg and son, D. L. Jr., Mrs S. M. Simmons, of Maxwell, During the social half hour the per was suspended from the chandelier I at the home of Mrs. J. C. Wills.

are the guests of Mr. Bugg'a parents was the guest of her parents, Mr. and to the four corners of the table - -- ---- ---. ---
I hostess served refreshments )
i this week. Mrs. P, B. Hunt, Monday.Rev. tempting forming/ very attractive canopy. Geo. W. Coleman, who has been fire and she was so severely burned
of fruit salad, saltines and hot hoco-
The place cards! were valentines, in one of the telegraph operators at the that death came that evening.

i l Mrs. Home, of Grandin;: was chopping Windyham, of Waldo, filled late.The honor of the good old Saint Valentine depot for quite a while, has been I
next meeting of the circle will
here Saturday. his appointment at the Methodist whose birthday anniversary is in tin transferred to the office at Gaines.
be held with Mrs J. F. Kickliter.
church Sunday morning and evening. month. ville. H. is succeeded by W. W. I

I, Herbert Durden was visiting" in Merchant, of Gainesville.
BRIDGE LUNCHEON The banquet menu was fruit cock-
Starke Saturday and Sunday Junior Christian Endeavor tail, baked turkey and dressing, rice, Hal Maines, of Sanford, spent the POOMilJ

The following program was ren- week-end with his parents, Dr. and .
fruit
salad
Mrs. Edward Burns gave a lovely potato souffle, jellies,
1 G. L. Berry, of Graham, was a businri dered by the Junior Christian Endeavor bridge luncheon Friday afternoon at pickles, hot rolls, salted nuts fruit Mrs. J. E. Maines. >

visitor here Monday. Friday evening. her attractive home on West !Madison cake, ambrosia, coffee and whippedcream. Mrs. Lina Burgess left last weekto

Song, The Old Rugged Cros street. Fragrant white narcissus in make an extended visit with relatives UncleJahn -__,
1 Song, Beulah Land. and friends in Ocala and other
; vases and bowls were used for decoration Besides the host, those enjoying the
\ Mrs. J.Y.. Hagan and'son, John, Subject, What C. E. doe for Juniors. places in Marion county.
left last Saturday for Stewart, where in the spacious rooms. banquet were Frank Pattee, Hamil- Mr. and Mrs. Ernest William of Of course the condition con.
they will'make their future horn. At the close! of the bridge game it ton Ritch, Joseph Thomas, Frank fronts me-and, there's nothin'new
Scripture reading-Emma Johnson. Hampton, motored here to their I
see under the sun. If I
was found that Mrs. J. L. Peek had Carpenter, Charles Luclan Kickliter,
Isaiah 40:11: -Edwin Wheeler. parents, Mr. and Brs. P. A. Williams, find my constituency wants me,
made high, and she was presented a James William Brownlee Herbert
Mr*. Maggi MaxwU and Mrs. L. I Isaiah 40:30: -Leslie Futch. Sunday. I might be persuaded to run.
I hand-painted bon-bon dish, while to D rden and John Powell .
:: assistant It ain't that I'm over-am
McDouglass, of Raiford, N. C., have Isaiah 40:29-Estelle Hobby. We all should remember that the
Mrs. L. F. Smith handed bitious
was the con- scout master. or particularly wantln'the
1 been the guests of Mrs. J. M. Max Isaiah 42:16: -Gladys Allgood. solation prize, a dainty handkerchief.Mrs. month of February Is a fine time to place. I'd hate to be

well.W Sentence prayers led by Mrs. W. set out trees and flowers and striveto called avaricious, if I was to
J. E. Wilson, Mrs. J. W. Killian BIDS OPEN
+ II. Griffin and closed by Mrs. Saxon. make our homes more beautiful enter the race.
W and Miss Hilda Lewis each received a I feel that I'm
D. W. Moor, of Theressa, was a Reading-Fred Ward. and attractive.Mrs. amply pro-
dainty guest prize. The town council of the town of vided with a couple of capable
business visitor beer this week. Discussion, How the Junior Girl I J. S. Howard of Dukes, was '
feet. .
For luncheon the hostess served Starke, Fla., will receive sealed bids' If my jedgment was
Won Many Souls Through the C. E. visiting relatives in Lake Butler this fully decided. I'd be a hell-tooter
chicken salad, hot rolls, potato chips, to 7:30 o'clock
t Rev. W. E. Wheeler, of Plant City, in Japan. up : p. m. February 18, week.J. to beat! It's true I ain't been

will preach at the Christian church Gladys Green was appointed leader I lettuce sandwiches, coffee and tea 1924, for the installing of sewer laterals S. Howard, Sr., of Dukes, who very busy a-bulldin' political
with whipped cream, cake and ice on the streets to be Improvedby has fence,-but, I flgger, my little
Sunday morning and evening. for the next meeting. been the guest of his daughter, I
l cream. the highway passing through the tin Lizzie would get thar-ifno
Benediction. Mrs. II. S. Long, and family for a thin' And I
The guests included Mrs. J. W. Kil- town. Bids are required for the labor prevents so, as
4 The Ladies Council, who has been few weeks, returned home last Fri said at the outset-there'* nothin' -
lian, Miss Mabel Weller, Mrs. J. C. the town will
taking a special Bible study for the Mrs. Louise Swindet and daughter, as furnish the pipe. day. new under the sun,-and,
Robinson, Miss[ Hilda Lewis, Mrs. I lines to be 6
Pipe inch. with so many wantin' to be
last three months, have completedthe Hannah, are guests of friends and
F. Smith, Mrs. II. It. Young, Mrs. J. C. F. HOOVER, President, my friends mi,';ht-
course and will have their exercises relatives In Stuart.
C. Hoover, Mrs. J. L. Peek, Mrs. C. C. A. FUTCH, Chairman. Frank H. Cmith, 33 was accidentally induce-me-to run I ,

and receive their diploma priorto F. Hoover, Mrs. J. E. Wilson, Miss Town Clerk. 282t. killed at 8 o'clock Friday morning
the preaching service next Sunday Rev. Jones preached at the Baptist
when
Jeannette Matthews, Mrs. L. Wy- a telephone post oq which he Os1
evening. church Sunday morning and evening.BROOKER'S .
\
man. LAKE BUTLER was working toppled. His head was

crushed by the fall and he ded almost

111 i NVS TWENTIETH CENTURY CLUB ENTERTAINED Lake Butler, Feb. 8.-Dr. D. C. Gil- instantly. The accident occur

: : LOCAL ITEMS lis, of Gainesville assistant state vet- red at the municipal electric light >.,, -
plant on Talleyrand where For .
avenue,
erinarian, who is testing cattle for tA; t

", Brooker, Feb. 8-Mrs. R A. Weeks Dr. Mann, of Lake Butler, wa a Mrs. Florence Powell entertainedthe tuberculosis, was in Lake Butler this Smith was employed.Mrs. pvt. I'U"'ddb IDEJoITA

and children spent Wednesday in professional visitor here Saturday. 20th Century bridge club Friday ,, week and tested a great many cattle ,

Starke.Dr. I Misses Lois, Toledo, Pearl, Ruby evening at he home of her parents, in and around Lake Butler The workis Mallssa Leach, 73, of Bonifay :;X ;
;
met a horrible death ; @
Mr. early Monday
and Mrs. Paul E. Canova.
done co-operatively by the state
W. E. Middleton, of Staike, and Lottie Gainey, accompanied by :
: The hostess served cljIous!! refreshments and federal government and is free morning when her clothing caught on '
v spent Tuesday here for the purpose Mrs. H. P. Gainey, have moved to

s I of vaccinating the citizens for small 'Starke where they have entered the of fruit gelatine salad of charge. The government is trying ,

f I pox. Quite a number were vaccinated. !, Bradford high school.. saltines, olives, coffee and whipped hard to get rid of the ticks and havea

I O. G. Strayhorne, of Waldo, was cream. White narcissus were reed higher grade of stock. Among the GET YOUR MON EY PROMPTLYINMAN

J Miss Lorene Hazen, of Raiford, the guest of friends here Sunday. effectively for decoration. best cows for milk and butter are the

spent the week-end here with her pa- Miss Sarah Kelly, of New River, Those enjoying the evening were Jerseys and Guernseys.Last & RITCH

rents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Hazen. was the guest of her sister, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Dr. and Friday night at the home of REPRESENT TilE BEST LEADING

Vascoe Hazen motored to Hampton Mrs. A. A. Hazen Sunday. Mrs. E. I* Biggs, Mr. and Mrs. F. V. T. D. Proctor the senior Sunday INSURANCE COMPANIES, FlUE I

Friday.Mr. I W. W. Thomas of LaCrosse, was a Stump Mr. and Mrs. N. Stcrxi'erjr, school class of girls entertained the ACCIDENT, LIFE, AUTOMOBILE

and Mrs. E. M. Hazen were visitor here Sunday. Mrs. J. W. Killian Miss Mabel Wel- boys' senior class with splendid mu- BONDS LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS

ler, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., sic and Delicious refreshments
business visitor to Worthington on Miss Thelma Thomas, of LaCrosse, games. -
Mr. and Mrs. S. L Peek Mr. and MADE PROMPTLY
Friday. I. passed through here Sunday enroute were served. Those present

Miss Eunice Hazen of Island Grove to Raiford, where she Is employed in Mrs. G. M. Inman, !Mr. and Mrs. L. F. were as follows: Misses[ Ruby Proctor -

apeet.\It. weekend here with her pa- i the school.! Smith, Carl Johns and J. J. Truby. Lois Drake, Ethel Raulerson, Addle "ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR-HE KNOWS"For

rents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Haaen. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brown motoredto Mae Raulerson, Mary Richard, Josie -
BRIDGE PARTY AT CLUB HOUSE Bennett Amelia ov.r 35 ye.n ti>. E. 0. Punter Fertilizer Company h.. furnished Florida
Mana Blair
Drs. John and Charley Noble, .f Starke Sunday. Harper, ,
-- -- growers with fertilizer The continued lroa... of e.pari.aced Tower* (>*'
Smith and Mrs. J. p (
Jacksonville, are here doing dental Among those who attended churchat Evelyn F. Bennett,

work. They are stopping at the home New Hope Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Hoover and Mrs J. C. teacher; messrs. Welch, Chas. Smith proof of satisfactory results.

of Mr. and Mrs. John Shrirer. Mrs. J. J. Morgan, E. M. and A. A. Hoover were hostesses Tuesday af- : David Richard. Clarence Roberts, Ku- COULD: BXTTH rXRTILXZIR HI ttADm WB WOOD MAX IT.

Amos jJrannen of Lake Butler, was Haten, H. P. and L. R. Gaincy and ternoon: from three to six, at a delightful ry Brown, Wilbur Brown, Bab Rive.. well I.. \r"rff* TI..t ,....

a business visitor her Friday. j llr*. H. Gainer. auction bridge party in the Mrs. Bob River, teacher. 0.'Painter
,e L Fertiliier Co. Jackaesville Fh
-- ..... .. ,


.





.

..... .
: -- I
llC.UlJ, h,$ 'J I R'Ir. -- -- ------ -- .
,
1 -- -
,_. :
--- ..
NM
... IWb
,
; ..
-, .. -' -"""" '-"' aa e.r+ !
.
-. AT '_ .J" '-, . <_"'" i .- ,, '.- ,. :..' -.

--