Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 15, 1924
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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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
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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The people of Starke were shockedto Two Rcnidcncea Destroyed in Starke I..nlhall Wy man's Work for Increasing \ -

board of county commissioner hear early Sunday morning of the People of all walks and stations ini I I ThU Week Forest Products The Jacksonville Automobile Dealers
met in regular session on the 4th death of little Chester Edwards the Association have
life crowded, into tho auditorium of arranged plan
day of February, 1924, with the following four I, Stark-I and Bradford.) for their ninth
year old son of Mr. and Mrs. E. tlte"oman'lI Club Sunday evening to Monday, shortly after noon, a lire county receiving annual automobile
members present, to-wit: J.N. A. Edwards who lire Weller a deal of show which will be held in
on do homage to their beloved former I alarm was sounded from the cottageon great publicity thru Jackson-
Brownlee, chairman, Louis II. Hill street. (I president, and listened with rapt at- Sanderson street owned by Mrs. the United Status Forest Service and ville In the Duval county armory during -
S. J. Prescott and II. P. Gainey. I The child's death was caused from ,Mary Jane Green and occupied by the Southern Forestry Association by the week of !March 3rd and continuo -

Minutes! of last meeting read and severe burns which he received about ev-ery I i Clayton Johns and family. The boysof the work being done in this vicinity through March 8th. This show

approved. I six o'clock Saturday morning. __lIe I Mayor C. L. Peek presided over the fire\ company arrived with their by the forestry experiment station is to be one of the finest automobile
Petition received from citizens of was standing 'before the fire place I the meeting Introduced the speakers usual alertness, but when they triedto here. The turpentine tests carried on shows that has been seen in the South
Hampton asking that Katie Mitchell when his fire and at Starke through the Many of the dealers of Jacksonvillehave
; clothing caught and also made the opening address. attach a hose to the hydrant stand- 'Southern For-
colored, be placed upon the pauper I when he screamed his mother ran to The large choir sang "The Son of ing clone to the burning house, they estry Experiment Station have been returned from the automobile

roll. Said petitios laid Over until I I his help but the child. ran from her I God Goes Forth to War,' with Mrs.F. found that the valve nut was broken visited lately by a number of navnl show recently held In New York and

next meeting for investigation, she and before she could extinguish the 11. Long at the piano, which was i i and could not be turned. -The flames stores men and guests from Florida have given valuable assistance to the
living in the district represented by I flame the child was fatally burned. I I followed by a feeling invocation by I meanwhile shot through the roof. ant elsewhere. About two weeks ago committee in charge of the show.

Commissioner Reynolds. One of Mrs. Edwards' hands was bad Rev. L. B. Simpson. I The boys frantically ran to the next in spite of inclement weather, II ft eon Most of the ideas that were car-

Widow pension claim of Mrs. R. II. ,' ly burned while fighting the fire. The I Mrs. J. L. Briggs, of Jacksonville, hydrant and were successful in at- visitors came to sue tho work Mr. ried out at the large show at New

Dean increased to $0 per month upon little boy suffered from the effects of sang Tennyson's immortal lyric, taching the hose, but found to their Wymun is ( conducting were shown York will be used, by the committee

recommendation of board of public the burns until death released him at Crossing the Bar, with music by dismay that the water pressure was around. Among the visitors! were A. In the Jacksonville show. With the

traction. four o'clock Sunday morning. Cowles. Mrs. BriggV superb' voice not sulllclent for effective work. In A. Coult, secretary of the Florida Development New York spirit together with the

Addie Rowe, pauper, was increasedto Earl Chester Edwards was born was at its best. Her accompanimentwas spite of their best endeavors the flre Board W. L. Barnett, Chicago and Atlanta features the

$5 per month, not being able to Jan. 31, 1920, in Starke. He was fondof played on the piano by her sister -, consumed the building. president of thu Florida Forestry As. Jacksonville show will surpass any

work. attending Sunday school and especially Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. David Mooreof The fire originated from crack in socintlon, T. II. Brlnson, of Flftone, that has been undertaken in the past

The Bradford County Telegraphwas enjoyed the singing. The funeral -, Lawtey, sang My Task in an Im- I, the chimney of the fire\ plac In the W. D. Smith and J. D. Taylor, of years. The many beautiful cars that
designated as the paper in which took place Sunday afternoon pressive manner. 'front room. Mr. Johns was not feel- Warn'hula, Ralph Stoutnmlre, of the have been put on the market for 192i

the tax sales advertisement for the I from the home, Rev. W. E. Daugherty i Col.! D. E. Knight spoke in a masterly ing well and was lying down near the Slat\ University, and E. R. McKee, will be on exhibition at the armory

I year 1921 shall be published. conducting the service. The Interment manner on "Wilson's Idea of tire when he became aware that the of the Florida National Forest, J.IB where all may see them.

Soldier's pension claim of Richard I was in Santa Fe cemetery, D. C. World Peace" clearly bringing out UPI>\\Ir story was afire.\ Alarm WitS I' Wandof, of the Southern Lumber These new models. have created a

Broughton presented and same approved Jones, funeral director. / the idea that his policy Was to make given and meanwhile neighbors battened 'I Journal of Jacksonville. Two ladies 1I'ntntiort'Jn! the automobile world andat
and forwarded to the state Mr. and Mrs. Edwards have the America the moral leader of the to save all they could of the from Jacksonville also attended(I, MUs I the New York show many compUI -

comptroller.The sympathy of the entire community on world, to bring a lasting peace to household effects, and they workedso N. A. Locke und Mrs. M. M. Graven. : ments were heard about the beautiful -

list of pensioners sent out from account of the untimely death of the world that would endure beyondthe diligently till practically\ nothingwas i This week another party of government I designs that will be soon at the .

the state comptroller's office was examined ,their little son.FORTYTWO memory of living man. lie was lost, which was providential, as oftktuK' ,inspected the tract i| Jacksonville exhibit. Besides the new

and same ordered filed. I followed jby Mrs. E. M. Johns read- there was no insurance on the Those In thu party were: C. It. Win- cars there will be all kinds of accessories i

The county judge filed his monthly I DIE WHEN ing the touching poem, I Am Ready, ture. We understand that furnl.1 slow, director of the Forest Product: on display. The number of ao-

report of fines and convictions in which were Mr. Wilson's last words. I no insurance on the building. : Laboratory of MadisonVi .,s J. I). rexttorles that are on the 'market. today -
criminal cases. No justice reports IRON MINE IS FLOODED "Wilson's" Place in History" was Wednesday morning the ominous Ktjc, who i Is in charge of pulp and paper 1 will be a show In Itself.

led. the subject of Col. J. L Frazee's ad I'fire alarm was! heard again. It was i investigations: at (the laboratory, | Those that attended last year's exi -
The sheriff reported that the bond Crosby, Minn., Feb. Forty-two dress, mentioning some of the big the residence of Oliver Jones, the Dr.. Eloise: Gerry, mlcroscopfat! of the i i Inbition at Jacksonville will remember -
trustees of Union county had taken miners perished when the bottom fell the many details that the committee -- .
things that marked him as a statesman taxi man, on East South street, that | (laboratory, logging engineer Austin
the county convicts at $10 per month II out of a small pond and flooded the I were the federal reserve bank was burning. Mr. Jones was away Cary, Director R. 11.) Forbes, of New | In charge had arranged for the

for all able bodied men. Workings of the Milford iron mine bill, the federal trade fishing and Mrs. Jones win in Plan I Orleans, and.K. W. llndley, of li..ltl1-. comfort and entertainment for the
The commissioners agreed to near here late today. I commisslon'j i visiting public. This the committee -
pay the federal water power City, so no one knows how the fire hues, Lit.Mr year
for the delivery by thn sherif to Union Caught in the lower levels of the I J ployers' compensation, the anti-trust started. When it was discovered i It I Forbes and Mr. Iladley will be has voted to out-do last year
all convicts 5 for small mine, only seven of the crew j ; 1 and time and money ere not to b*
county lit o te law, eight-hour working day, federal bad advanced HO far till the firemen In town fur several days assisting! inlaying '
and $1 for additional for all above of 49 at work were able to gain the I aid of state highways and other [ could do no more than to save the out new j projects at Hnlfor.l I, spared In their efforts In making this ,
that number when delivered at same safety of a skip and ascend to the I year's show the best ever.
important measures. His greatest, adjoining buildings. was to eht'cklp on the effect of fire on I
time. I surface. statesmanship was his participation' saved, but it is understood that the young timber.As I The entertainment committee are
G. W. ALDERMAN, Like rats in a trap. their comradesdied in the world war. He had the courage loss is partly covered by insurance. arranging plans for an elaborate entertainment
Clerk and Auditor. suffocated by the slimy mud and a result of the lunt year's workat program and at this ear- "
of his convictions and was a successful -
I I water that gushed through the work- under the ntion here, Mr. Wynian finds I ly date have outlined a program that
| master a stupendous SPECIAL MEETING OF SCHOOL
AMERICAN LEGION ings, pouring into the shaft within a taking. In closing his tribute Col. HOARD that conservative chipping shows up \ "'''Mi 1 ? pleasing to all who attend the
few of the within fifteen remarkably well it this system of show.
I feet top Frazee said his fame is safe, Mid They have much lit do as yet
The members of Willie J. Jones minutes. there will be no uncertain sound when shallow chlpninnr/ und low nnd relatively and with the added attractions ti>>>
Post No. 90 want all citizens of this There was no extended warning; the of the future proclaims Board met in special session Fcb narrow faces proves up an well what already has been arranged for
county to write the Post what they just "a rumble like a thousand automobiles Woodrow trumpet Wilson's name. 11th, with L. W. Klckliter and I. J. In thu long :run as it promises to do, I i this year will witness a wonderful

think about the bonus and how much roaring down a distant I The choir sang, The Day is Dying Wynn present. !I a double bvnmit will result. A given :,, and, pleasing exhibition at Jacksnnvill -
road survivor said. Then the There being no one present to obJect tree will last twice as lung before .
each thought of us when we were in one in the West, one of the ex-president's ItI, .
the world war, and how much we are leaping black wave of death engulfed *I favorite 4iymns, which was followed to the consolidation of New River Is worked out, thus doubling the life )I I I B. K. Hall has been appointed. the
its victims againstthe and Long: Bridge subdlstrlcts, elections of the industry and thereby permit ,
them battering chairman of
thought of today. Mail your repliesto by Rev. T. J. Hedges paying a beau the executive committee
walls. were called for same, to be held ting more young trees to reach chipping I
Adjutant, American Legion, Willie I tiful tribue to the great man who met I | and with his knowledge of automobl.
i. .Jones Post No. 90, Starke, Fla. Night found the shaft opening still death "like one who wrapped the Tuesday March 18, 1294. size Also light chipping is not :i shows combined with the untiring efforts -
crowded with scores of wives and drapery of his couch about him, and J. E. Adkins, B. F." Renfroe, O. B. so hard on the trees as more severe I of all sub-committees the pub-

CARD OF THANKS mothers and children, some in fran- I I laid down to pleasant dreams." Moody and L. B. Johns were appointed working would be and the tree are lic will witness in the ninth annual
others and staring to hold said election for Long left in a vigorous growing condition I Iso
---" tic tears, dry-eyed Rev. A. E. Dunham made a short I automobile show the greatest exhibi
the Bridge. G. W. Andrews, D. W. Kelly that they eventually attain '
say as helpless as were men may tion of motor cars and accessoriesthat
We wish in this to thank all address eulogizing the virtues of the
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them to snatch from the murky W. M. Parker and F. A. Andrews saw log size Instead of remaining'
has been south of New
those who in any way assisted us in dead, whose high ideals had their or- 'Iiround. seen \
waters the bodies of their loved ones. : were appointed to hold said election stunted and an encumbrance on the York.It .
bereavement and I
ear sad especiallyDr. igin in Christianity.Abide '
for New River. .
Middleton, Dr. Biggs, Mr. and ;l With Me was softly sung by .. Is the Intention of the committeeto
Mrs Thomas, Mr. and ,Mrs. BASKET BALL TONIGIIT the choir and congregation, and the Certain testa will not Se conclusive make this show as near in comparison
bill, Mr. and Mrs. Williams Under-I benediction was pronounced by Rev. B.: Y. I'. U. SOCIAL until carried on for two or more years 1 to the New York show a* posal-

stayed with us to the last. I Keystone Heights and Starke Independents Dunham. but It is planned to continue them ble. At the last meeting of the exec

Mr and Mrs. Earl Edwards, Mrs. will play basket ball tonight The intermediate B. Y. P. U. held a experiments for at leant' five years, utive committee, the several subcommittees

Ida Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. L. R.! (Thursday) on the uptown PRESBYTERIAN very enjoyable valentine social Fri. due to the generosity of L. G. Pow- I reported their work as progressing

Edwards. I court. Game starts at 8 p. m. day evening at the home of Mr. and ell and R. If. Smith, who are cooperating satisfactorily and expected
'" Mrs. J. F: Kickliter, on N. Walnut in the work. within the coming week to have a
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I V4L L1U.Jt-1LJLC\ r The rooms were prettily decorated With the shipment of 25,13' cars one half of Florida's estimated citrus
according to the valentine scheme.
I >f oranges anil grapefruit from the production for the 1933-24 season
This department of the B. Y. P. U. is ,tate up to February 1, approxlmuto- I has been marketed.
under the direction of Miss Iris Ep-

/ person, who had arranged a programof .

!games and music for the evening. 4"t
Pink and white brick Ice cream and ( vv ilson's Resting Place

home made cake were served, and

1DEALdS? dainty valentines were given as favors -
Mrs. J. F. Kickliter, Mrs. W.
I .1.I Epperson and Miss Blanche Alderman '.

assisted Mills Epperson in serving -

I and entertaining/ guests, 'ho

1L I numbered forty.MINUTEM .

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BELIEF IN THE Board met in regular session Feb.
Beginning Sunday morning, Feb.
4th with all members viz:
6REATNE OF present
21th, the Rev. W. D. Winchester, D.
L. W. Kickliter, A. A. Hazen and I..
HIS CAUSE D., will hold a short series of meetings s.Aor .
lasting only ten days. It will Wynn.
LW' Minutes of last meeting read and % y
be a rare treat to hear so learned a
man as Winchester, and his discourses approved as read.J. .
E. Clemons appointed to fill
will be most profitable\ to all was
the the board of trustees of
place on
who hear them.Regular :
1 Brooker school made vacant by the TL-
services next Sunday.T. t
arm resignation of II. P. Gainey.F. .
". M. Norman tendered his resignation -
I II Minister. as trustee of Vanderbilt school

woUEPowt I and same was accepted. Upon recommendation
I I MARRIAGESMr. J. S. Sapp was appointedto r e :

fill the unexpired term of Mr. L +l I t
Dewey Laurel FInley of Gaines- Norman.

WILSON llhI ville, and Miss Josephine Forman, of Mrs. R. L. Dean was recommendedto
I 14' / Jacksonville, Sunday. Judge R. A. get $6 per month instead of $3 on *

I J24c ilII Green officiating. account "of sending two children to
? I %
1856 # !Mr. Warren Kelly and MIs Georgia school instead of one. :J. :

Milliard, b"th of the Rising com- .No bids were received for the Pine

MEALS e /. I munity, Sunday.. Rev. C. A. Crosbyoffici.ting Hill school building and the secretary OC1t0 M ., .
was directed to post another no-
i Mr. Henry F. Warren and Miss tice for sale at next meeting of the Hfrh.on the heights overlooking Washington, in the St. Alberta
Nora Dubose, of Brooker. Notary board. Cathedral lies the body of former PrHld.nt,- Woodrow .Wnsont'Allier. I
I j lc.'. first great Internationalist. This structure la destines to bAm
Public E. W. Hayes, officiating. There being no further business, rica'i Westminster Abbey. Inserts are of K... Sylvester Beach, I
I Mr. Ernest Byrd, of Stark, and, the board adjourned to'meet Again of Princeton, N. J, who conducted the funeral services at the Cathedral i
R ,Fn t.I.l4NL u, I nnII .I-' ....,__ to ._ I .. '-... YO' ... ... following the simple services at the Wilson borne, which wire
E. U. JouuS u i wj Cuhop Freeman, of Wesltingtoa.dt -
I cay floury omc..lng. for Long Lodge and Nee ..aver.kdM .


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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1924. '

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'' lapping all the continents sought to bend him to the will of the
voice completely
At the state of the ride on that in- Starke'Man
auguratlon day along Pennsylvaniaavenue A Talk With a where dwell the sons of menl machine, but Wilson said, "We will \

.. CALUMET there was an embarassing silence In the third place President Wilson go to the people. We'll tell the pea ?

between the two men. Then was great in what some people called pIe all about it." And at once he

Harding cast about in his mind for a i iHI' I his great failure. Israel Zangwell, proceeded to tell the people, tell them

The Econonw BAKING PO1VDEIE topic that would perhaps take his Tells Something of the distinguished British Jewish author -, what was theirs to know but which

t Is truly the companion's mind 1 from the severe Daugherty Interest to Starke Folks. I dramatist, lecturer and publicist I was kept from them by the power of

world's great strain through which he was passing. termed Wilson a great man, who the bosses. lIe told them that if he

He finally decided to talk about the There's nothing more convincing: would go down in history as both a i were elected, bosses then in power
est ,
a. baking than the statement of someone you and failure because he would have more influence than
White House pets. From that the know and have confidence in. That's great man a : .no
off powder conversation led to a talk about pet why this talk with Mr. Daugherty of failed in the most important thing he any other citizen, perhaps a little less

animals in general, and Harding related Cherry street, should be mighty help attempted, to bring everlasting peace, : And the political bosses gasped. His

a story of how his sister, a missionary I ful in Starke.W. through a League of Nations. We friends gathered about( him and said,

in India, had been touched bY'' ., .SUrke E Daugherty, says: ,"I minister suffered, CherrySt. from I believe the truth would be that h.1 "The'y will' never accept that sort of

the devotion. of an elephant that in terrible backaches. It was difficult toget who sought to bring peace to the I thing. They'll knife you at the polls."

It has hU last hours moaned piteously until around and I couldn't work muchin I world failed not, but, rather, we fail- I To all of which he listened unmoved,

producedPure his keeper had been summoned, in my garden back. with The the kidney terrible secretions pains ed. America failed, the America I simply saying, "We'll tell the pea

and, then, folding the man to itself passed my too often. I used Dean's Pills which if it had stood by him, the Im- ple." He went in a new way to the

I and encircling him tenderly with his and was cured of the attack." mediate victory would have been won people of New Jersey. He talked ,\

trunk had peacefully and contentedly Mr. Daugherty is only one of many over every European couspiracy and about the Republic and the internal
Foods- o
:::t Starke who have gratefully endorsed -
passed away. To his astonishmentwhen Doan's Pills. If your back American Cabal. He failed no more forces that make war upon it. Ho

Better the story was over, Harding! aches-If your kidneys bother you than God fails, when His purposes talked about the meaning of citizenship -

UM saw tears coursing down the wan don't simply ask for a kidney PILL are not fulfilled in the lives of men. i the beauty and significance of
4 T -ask distinctly for DOAN'S failure to the workof I political freedom anil the
Bakings cheeks of the man beside him, the Whatever comes duty of men
the that Mr. Daugherty had-
I man, whom, I say, so many people the same remedy backed by home testimony I God is because of the failure of I to stand by it and guard it by being
Sales -for over ", wilfully declareTTTo be unsympathetic CO cents at all stores. Foster. men to let God have His way with aware of all things done in the name

': 'litimes one third and cold; Always did Wilson speak I Milburn Co., Props, Buffalo, N. Y. them. Whatever failure came to I of the government. And the farmers

\y as much of a century 9A k 0 0I h kindly of Harding; and when one "When the Your Name.Back" Is Lame-Remember Woodrow Wilson was the failure of I and farm hands and the women in

: astral NGP0 night attending a moving picture the people to whom he looked for I their kitchen aprons understood him

: ofanyother show, his own picture was thrown support, but who deserted him in the ,I when his campaign managers did not
I man, we who live in our narrow
ATTEST upon the screen, at once there wasa become hour of crisis. Jesus came to His So it was the unhossed vote that
sphere, and are liable to as '
\ brand 1i roar of applause., Harding's pic- narrow in our knowledge of those in I own and His own received Him not. I made Woodrow Wilson governor of

ture :followed, anti was greeted with I for L I Woodrow Wilson came to his own, New Jersey. The people, he used to
.1 whom we see no great cause Hon I
much less Faces and his received not the remedyfor right while their
applause. were own say, are always ,
1 i It
'j i such time the fearful world war oring. '
WILSON a turned from all parts of the house to He the curse of war and the reign of leaders are often wrong, and if you
had the vision and the courage to say President Wilson was a patriot.
1 1 \ where Wilson sat In a box, and those peace. His fellow Americans were have a good cause end tell the peo-
matter of practical politics loved his country with a rigid devo
i' The following excellent expositions as a who looked saw hU jaws set and his its 'unequal to his vision, because we did ple about it you will have no cause

r s of the life and work of the late Woodrow "Peace" en earth; good will towards eyes Hash; and turning. to those who tion.terial He took satisfaction but what in he covet-ma- I not rise to those mountain heights to for worry. Thus he believed implicitly -
.' Wilson, and the world' estimation men. sat near him he said: "This is a gross what which he summoned, to which he in the people. And this, after all,
\ of his services, formed the theme It might be interesting to recall disrespect for the president of the ed for it above all else, is the every Pacific challenged. God will not allow such is Democracy. Democracy is not
Atlantic to
the II
of the memorial by Dr. J. J. Bullen, how death laid its finger tip on United States, and I do not approve citizen from from a name as his to perish from the found in a set of laws or rules for

at the First Baptist church Sunday Woodrow Wilson, as it did on his any such kind of compliment that and of whatever country should covet earth. It might be said in very real- the government of people. Democracy -

1 evening: successor, Warren G Harding, while I will applaud me and not him." Wil- which they have come, This I, ity that he became not the builder ofa is belief in men, in the people. Jesus
and that is moral greatness. ,
One week ago today, on the morn ha was on a speaking trip in the son was not only great, he was human he new world, but he is its architect.We was the Ideal Democrat. The
the attainment religiously -
ing of Feb. 3rd, the twenty-eighth; I West While Harding's collapse led and of that fine fiber of gentility I I say coveted was for his country. Thus he you and I, we who knew him, we most striking thing about the Son of

president of the United States, Woodrow to apoplexy and death within a week, that the thoughtless mistake for austerity with selfish who loved him, we who trusted the God was not that he believed In God,

t : I Wilson, passed 11'0tbe' sleep of Wilson's led to paralysis and linger. ; he was shy nnd less nonctrat- was sternly impatient belittling any I nation to him in the hour of its peril, men did that, but His greatness ia

'i unconscious life to the repose of an ing disability of years. In each case ing minds called him cntd. And because ''conception, narrow of, the meagre interests of and duties -I we today must pledge our eternal allegiance -

J eternal rest Hi* iron will could not the illness started with a digestive of what he was he shall not on- desired thatit I to his ideals, the ideals of (Continued on Page 7)
of the Republic. I
triumph any longer, as it had done I' disorder. Strangely enough, Wilson ly live, he shall grow more and more and : which he became the imperishable II
should be built in strength
1 f for four years, over his physical disabilities : was campaigning for the entry o( the in the minds and thought. of men'' virtue and that it should take its full advocate. Hall to a newer, juster or- I I

i and his eyes closed, never to United States into the League of Na- forever If controlling desires could and great part in world affairs. If der of peace, for which Woodrow Doctors

: re-open on a world that he sought to tions; Harding was campaigning for photograph themselves upon the made familiar with Wilson lived and died, and lives and
help and bless with the reign of the entry of the country Into the heart of the one so controlled, then you have yourself will live forever. Well worth remembering PrescrihIt '
his written and spoken ,
peace. If ever there lived a man who Wprld Court. Wilson !lived to see we should see in the heart of this I are his words when congress
I both to the and I
government people
t sought to the last ounc. of hI. Harding dead and buried, participating great man three things, love for hon- I America cannot fail to and senate refused to adopt his principles ti

r I strength, and with the full development in the funeral, and yet anyoae or, love for justice and love for humanity. !. have of perceived that, you with all his life I : : "I had rather be considereda

of a splendid intellect, to makt Hof the hundreds of thousands of raen That he had a love for humanity life failure in a cause that will even- forRlSeumarkm
he desired that in their corporate
:'1 tile world better place in which tolive I and women who saw the two men riding and that humanity felt the the American people should act upon tually triumph, than succeed in a Sprain.,

\ it was Woodrow Wilson. He literally to the Capitol together oa the throb of that love is\ to be seen in Christian principles. This made his I cause that will eventually fail." I Sera Threat, Chilblain, Etc

I gave his life in a crusade of day of Harding's inauguration, March the words of Dr. Wm. T. Ellis, of informed and In the next place it will be well to I S I>r.B.Wood, Jaetxm" in Ho.-"UmlceaCfVS
I love for his country an Mut.nt LlnlnunK a ma..wa.Nnt
peace among the peoples .f the 4, 1921, would have dreamed that the Swathmore college, a traveller and those who notice that President Wilson believed urvpKnUion' In my yaria,..I hare
intelligent affection. Only aNd It ahmmatlwn-NpnM.: it and n
< earth, and the banner that fell from well and robust would have gone be- writer known in every country of the Christians have in the people, and their innate sense I *4vtrf t\it to llTuet a......" _

I \ ,I his hands has already been caught fore the stricken and the weak. Truly; earth. He says, "Mr. Wilton's name are themselves interest can and of right. In New Jersey, when he I Dr. J.* uprl.nw L. Conn. A I/hind will .Mr N. C.hit"AftwW Mn.an

.p by others and carried aloft, and we know not what a day will bring is known In lands far outside the currents a love safe for and their intelligent country. Wilson knew was running for governor, he experl-1 .Cnun. nir,,Llnun.1"( "".n I ..In...th.*'.*,..tr< *-. 1.ofuoDr.W. Jiff

hall be thus carried until his vision : forth. I of civilization. The names of Jiis country. He was as a scholar fa- mented with the very prmlM. A.IL Praetor.Honw.Kr: -10_
ahall have been realized and goodwill Perhaps an incident of the inauguration Shakespeare, Caesar, Alexander, Na- miliar with its history and traditioN. which he sought to abolish war, and orMtt wjM.: The more 1 oae It &lie -

1 shall dwell among men. This and drive to the Capitol on poleon, and all other figures of history And in honoring him through this the secret diplomacy with which war I FREE' Write,..for..b':qtift" )SOUVENIR! a with.omplet.direction PEN. I IGit
/ must b. so, for our God is marching that eventful day will give us a close are unknown to two-thirds of whom begins He found the worst sort of *for lumir MwUnu Llninwnt:, for fiunilyilnMntd.andforlirMtoekwid .
I service, we are honoring one LjrooMfir.Co.
.n. up and close-in glimpse of the souls the human race, while contemporary the whole wide world honors, and will secret diplomacy in his own state. It 1 .. a oouch Wfth. St..Brooklyn:: if Y.2So .

t I I He was a magnificent figure and of the two men, Harding and Wilson. military figures, such a.. Foch and increasingly honor as the years pass; showed itself in the party of which 500 $1.00

i profoundly great in his struggle for The one sight of all the inauguration the Kaiser have only a limited circleof for he who loves his cquntry well, he was destined to become the leader. I Sold by Drag and GeneraStorm*

f a great idea. To him, as to Moses, spectacle which thousands of Americans fame." loves equally well all countries and Indeed, in New Jersey, neither Re- Standby n. 01<1 MEXICAN I 1'7

I waa given but a vision of that promised took home with them was Hard' But because of his magical appealto peoples of the world. publican nor Democratic parties were

I land to which he directed the I I ing's gentle consideration for his the deepest sensibilities of all human This made of him, in the second free from the blight of bossism.

eyea and turned the minds of man- I stricken predecessor. lie had actually life, which were given the wingsof place, a champion of all men in the'rstruggle Against this un-American, thing he

kind. But to us there has been left helped lift Wilson down the stepsof the morning by the unprecedented for freedom from the bondage set his! face and the force of his intellect I

the inspiration of a vision that shall the White House portico and into campaign propaganda facilities of the of political and social servitude.It and personality. Jim Nugent,

yet become actual, real. their carriage. On the way to the allies, the Wilson principles quickly was for this reason that Sir Eric the Democratic czar of New Jersey, I i ,I
where he took the oath, he to the utmost parts of the
One of the remarkable things in Capitol, spread Drummond, general secretary of
connection with the passing of Mr.\ silenced the cheering throngs out of earth. As a result far-faring trav- League of Nations, could say in the'' J

Wilson-it might be called a phe' respect for the shrunken, sick man ellers tell of the ignorant Bedouin of neva: "Nowhere in the world will the

nomenon-that impresses the observing I beside him. It was evident to everybody the deserts insisting upon judging death of Mr. Wilson awake stronger t /%

It that one, regardless that his first thought was care governments by the Wilson standards
r person avery emotions than among those at Gene I Ico
of age, condition, creed or politics I and consideration of Wilson. It was New Turkey came into being on the va, who, while he has lain strickenon \ e Ij
the gentleness of Harding's nature of the Wilson principles.
is moved in some mysterious way I platform hU sick bed, have been privilegedto
by his death. And what can be the to do so, and, as time told, the kindly These same ideals have made Egypta take part directly in the attemptto

interpretation of this unusual occurrence -I acts and consideration were stored nation again. Villagers in the Bal- translate into practice the high

but that it expresses the moral I away in the memory of the man kans settle their disputes by the formula principles of international cooperation

r Ii I I sense of men and women the. world whom some men, of dull perception, : "President Wilson) would not and conciliation, for which he f

I'/" over. For some it may be a sort of called cold and unresponsive, while have it so." In his travels in Russia, may truly be said to have given his ,---i rN 1 N T -I

condemnation of themselves for opposing others, actually, called him ungrateful. Japan, China and other countries Mr.' life. Undoubtedly the greatest of I

I', the only statesman who at Ellis says he saw" repeated evidence our spiritual leaders has passed awaya I 1 1a
1 of the influence of Wilson ideas, .
who had the opportunitygranted
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--- few, indeed, standing
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the croas-roads of history point
-- against the European powers. out a new for his fellowmen.In ;
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"ca ,- ---' "- Thus, says the main Mr. Wilson triumphed, ;::::> -
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other mortal enjoyed.
I ;----.il: ;; : )' ;' I; any ever tration, for a permanent agency of ;1 a.o!
J a ,.. .. r U "good for us, my friends, to know
i ':' rfffr # ; peace, were inscribed in part one of
"t, .b ; .' :, these things of our fallen country-
; / : the Treaties. Slowly at first, but
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:1"C'r"r"\"" t 16.fr"- .:.,0""I'1"I' aopath.'uullh.nd Take LAXATIVE BROMO Headache QUININE and work. u./:: t ';; ), ".: .....,. .- ," ... I $ <' \ .. I.
t but the work to which he gave his shows the stability of our business. A concern
.a :; I that operates on such an enormous scale must be firmly
.. .... ." .IA.l The Bti'ck' Clutch la! life has only just begun.
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established and
And what it he made I therefore reliable.
h. :. / Smoothnndi'ocltileMi a fight was
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"' Against foes within his own party, Second-it shows enormous patronage. To roll up a sales
__0 /L A licit r**""-* >'T the
I fin,.... ree.' .... the Buick 21tin8s'seeds; as well as within the party of opposition total of this magnitude requires a big customer list. That. In

--- clutch to positive and In. I men who for evident partisan, turn Indicates that selling vegetables) at auction has provento

p; .tent i fa Itt action. With personal and selfish purposes not on- be the most profitable method, otherwise we could not
'! ; thin ease and mirencus of Ily attacked and opposed his principles have Induced hundreds of growers and shippers to sell

I J't i operation, the Buic': I but declared themselves agafnst through us year after year.If .
t mi.Itiplc disc dry plait This is the greatest and most accurate participation on the part of the
f any our customers did not find it more profitable
.. clutch combine a Seed Book ever published for the
r',' t'noothnest in power South. 100 paxes, full of actual photo-'I United States in the great work of I to sell through ua they wouldnotlHOurcvstomml
: t..n.-on and Ions handsome coverpages salvaging the wreck produced by the 1
I., a graphic pictures,
And if it is for tvm.wtir
more profitable
C/1otJ.el. wear. that are pomb: uny: la full colors, accurate descriptions hellish hate of the Hun. But long after
c with. this: advarcrd tyre valuable culture directions and the detractors of the man, and the should it not be more profitable for you?

.. ')7easa mow' of clutch construction the most useful Seed Book there Is. obstructionists of the country, are The answer is contained in our booklet "More Dollars for
In ..j.71.Ji It Is absolutely free, and we want forgotten, have entered upon the Fruit Growers." It's Free. Write for a copy today.TheiiilffetionCiz.
you to have It In your home. Hastings
of oblivion of forgetfulness
sleep ,
fieeds. The Standard of the
.. When better: automobiles D.re built South aro. as always, the best seeds ''the name of Wilson will be remember -
and revered the world No
grown. Garden, field and flower over. c
.Buickwill build them seeds, plants and bulbs! that do well I I such name can ever die, for those ,
; In South are all fully described with whose life and service are associatedwith Established 1896

t '. 1124 attractive prices, the lowest we a great moral idea can never I
sell good seeds, plants I 202-203 Franklin Street New York \
C-M-I5-NP can possibly pass from mortal mind. Would to God City 1 '. I
1924 customers
and bulbs. All our
ot beautiful! that we could see the peace his "great For the convenience ot Florida .hlp.,..... New York. 54.,_ l
will 5 seed packets '
LAKE CITY auction market Information may be obtained at the
flowers absolutely free. The big new eye invisioned, and his prophetic office of C. W.Chewnms.Orlando.
M. Smith, Mgr. 1124 Seed Book tells all about It.

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Wayne Cobb, alien James Boyd, of Despite threats of incensed natives I
I Falling through the hatch of theS. Suffering an epileptic fit late Wednesday
t 'I Charleston, W. Va., confessed accord thv white man whose home I S.
near Apache
a died
negro seaman
Leroy Jackson
Newt of Florida in Short of Jacksonville
Paragraphs ing to the police that be had escaped I! .rtow was riddled with bullets last I from the results of fractured skull \
-.... ....-........-.--.,-...._-......-.....-., from the Florida state pentitcntiary Sunday night because of his harbor I and other injuries about a the body. the forge., a blacksmith He was badly helper burned, fell into and

I! two months ago and that since that ing a negro boy, continues to standby died later.

r.L\ Live i State News ime he had made a specialty of rob- his young charge. Three white I Lawrence Gatlin, 33, of Raleigh, N. -

bing college students. He was arr..t-I men were arrested :Sunday: on chargeof C., said to be wanted there on charges One Orange county poultry man,
ed at State College, Pa., firing into the home of this
man, of murdering his wife and Owen F. J. Gormican, of Apopka took 397
Told by Our Exchange an outbound bus within an hour afterhe said to be a northerner after threat Stevens, on the night of December ribbons of 428 bird exhibited at the

= 'D"'nD' '.._ ..... ._...._ D... ... .... had strolled through the rooms of ening to kill the negro( boy kept on I 30, was arrested at Dinsmore, nine South Florida fair in Tampa this
-- i sleeping students in the Sigma Nu the place. The white man is said to miles west of Jacksonville. week.

Policeman William M. Payton wan. Marshall J. Noble, 68, of Miami, fraternity house where he is allegedto have, kept the negro( boy in his home I

hot,at Palm Beach by a negro as he was arrested by Richmond police ata have taken $62 from college stu since he was five years old, treatinghim

waa quelling a disturbance in a ne fugitive from justice on' request dents. like a son, although never for-

gro'* home. lie died from a woundin from authorities of Dade county, who mally adopting him.A .

the head shortly after reaching the asserted that Noble was wanted in Duties collected on the whale oil kaJeJof1Th

hospital. The shot was inflicted with Miami for embezzlement in the sum cargo which come to Pensacola from i new industry Is being introducedto [.W@

.,the officer's own gun following a bard of $85,000. The alleged embezzlement the South Pacific ocean, amounted to the Winter Haven section by the

struggle with the negro. was from the Prudential Finance Cor- $' \,100, according to the customhouse I opening of a large banana plantation

poration, now defunct, of Miami of records. As fast as the day's in the Peace Valley district, east

After having grieved for a year over which Noble was president, accord- duty charges were computed while of this city, whereby it is expected to Poetic genius draws, perhaps, the big-

the death of her son, 15 :years old, ing to Richmond officers. the ship was discharging cargo here, plant hundreds of acres in the fruit Inanition teat load of Hoar handicaps to haunted. She realm lets her or ;Ca sl

who lost his life when dynamite exploded the sum would be paid over to the which is receiving so much favorablo tuneful She revels where tbe i".+

at a Boy Scouts camp near federal agents and deposited.. attention for Florida growers at this skips| I ii* blue, unit pntldle, Home In Love's '
Counterfeit $20 bills, have appeared time. cunop. She seeks Aiubronla's boned
Palm Beach Mrs. Bosh fired
in Tampa. Friday two counterfeit bower. and tuiti-n, the wine and gathers .
two revolver shots into her stomach twenties were turned over to the With the shipment of 25,13 cars Uon-ers. .She tilts where hoes.mint
and ended her life on a farm near chief of detectives by the Johnny J. of orangea and grapefruit from the John Benson, of New York, general .scents the dell--fur off from sordid. business

that city. Jones show management. The bills state up to February 1, approximately manager for Hagenback Brothers, mighty hfll dim--Tlul n. iiou her a shlntn'wood-tick light bites grows her /

closely resemble real money, the chief ono half of Florida's estimated cit probably the world's greatest collec- on the limb!
The supreme court late Saturday distinction that lack the rus production for the 1923-24 season : tor of wild animals, has been in Sar-
being! they Poetic genius: soars aloft In search of 1
evening reversed the order made by network of colored threads which is has been marketed. asota for several day. studying the anmrthtu' swept mi* soft. She seldom
Judge Perkins in Volusla county circuit characterized on real climate and surroundings with a viewto 1'1II1I1".nd'4 to so among the humbly
court, denying motion for writ currency. establishing a "monkey farm He meek or low. abe" covet wild ambttiutis
No Worm In a neaitiiy C.ill.l' crown while' sadden ballast hold
of error in the of Aubrey Lee purchased section Long and
case a on Key
her .
dos Mit
The people of Palatka and Putnam Nome tawdry pleblmi -
All children' troubled with Worm have mi uo-
Nickels against the state. Nickels in a few weeks work will begin on tlilnif Hint Hliulter* her angelic wing.
county are gratified at the healthy color.whk.h Indicate pour blood.sail sea
contended that he pleaded guilty to resumption rule, there. W more Of Ins stomach diiturbance.r.ROVE the erection of the homes for keep- 't'H inlKlit'> hard tn court the muse. -
the charge of rape and was sentencedto of operation of the Wilson Cypress 'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC alven\ roitulerly ers and the wired-in enclosures for ,,,h..,' :Mi'lh. wnnN' nim I'rtll".h..a .
Company's mills at this point fortwoorthna week wil enrich thn b m4. or, mndptltb,! ; ii caret rnniunr, when
death on such plea, out of fear of improve the d'- ,.and set M s"<""neratSIJ'ftDltb.l the monkeys. In about six weeks two K"t"!iv i. .lo l ii i id1, 'l l'i| :nils. : "r \ r S
being kiiied unless be plead !guilty. which was closed down for the purpose enlnS. Tonic 10 the whole.,.tem. Nature will then. hundred full grown champanzees will I -. .-.... 4 .,.. ,,. __ _
of rebuilding on September 8th throw off dispel the wurm..odtheChlhlwill.
I I to perfect health. PlenaataaC JOc per bows be brought to the farm.
last. The mill furnishes employmentto
Angered because another patient
hundreds of Putnam citi- ,
county --- -- - --
stole his portion of the dope and substituted
zens and has been one of the main
a solution of water, J. C.
factors in the steady growth and
Brown convicted of
stealing automobile -
prosperity of this section. The rebuilding -
accessories, attempted suicide at
of the plant at an expenditure -
the Tampa stockade Friday afternoonby
of approximately $40,000 has
slashing the veins of his left wrist
made it one of the most modern as
with a safety razor blade. The superintendent
well as one of the largest cypre.smills .
of the stockade bound the
in the country.The .
man's arm with cords to prevent the e .
boas of blood until the arrival of thecity
r physician. East Coot again demonstrated t
its superiority aa the best citrus
What is said to be the largest land fruit raising section of the state at
the South Florida fair at at
map ever made of Seminole county re
has just been ompleted by E. L. which, for the sixth consecutive year
and the third In which she has displayed

Darling of the office of Fred T. Williams -
in Sanford. The map U 8x10 her products at the South 1
Florida fair, St. Lucie county waa
feet and ia complete in every detail.
All of the hard surfaced roads In the awarded the grand prize for citrus
fruits, walking away with the highest -
county, as well as those proposed are
shown, together with the railroads honors possible to be obtained in
the ITSWorth .
The map was made for the Seminole state.

Development Company and will be -

used on exhibition at the booth that Police of Miami reported that they

company will have adjoining the had found little to aid in the recovery -

-county exhibit at the Madison Square of $60300 worth of jewelry sto- Looking I
Garden exposition. len from the winter home-of J. T.

Lupton of Chattanooga. The theft

have occurred while Mr. and Mrs. Luptonand
i Forty-two new residences
.I !been constructed in the city of Lake- a party of friends were seated on INTO

land during the past month. the front veranda of the residence.
Gordon Lawson, resident of Osceola -

county for nearly forty years, died

shortly after midnight Wednesday in

Etiauetteon the hospital at Orlando. He was discovered !

Wednesday morning lying in We Are Boosting .
the rut of a road a block or more
north of the automobile camp, by a

.f1I1 negro laborer going to work. Ills ,\ Bradford County

truck was some hundred :yards distant

I. tsr areetioas on eti<]*,tt having gone through a fence .
.411 be gladly onttomd in and finally stalled against a stump.A .
IhU oolwrnt if addressed l. ,
A.. Lido ear of tMt seta
"",W. large shipment of tear gas bombswas Are You With Us?

received by national guardsmen A
Deer A. Leda : Should an invitatlon i
I for a wedding be gent guarding three negroes in the Duval

I to friends even If you know they county jail against possible mob violence i
: lire too far away to attend? I reduced / : t .
J I I'I" and the guard was being :
Miss R. L. Panty' tonight from 48 to 4 men. Col. .. You're Subscription to the Telegraph _

Tes. This courtesy shows you de- Turck of the Florida National Guard I
'I" elm their presence and would like laid this force with the tear bombs help. .

to have them with :yon If drcuratances and their automatic rifles, would'be

would, .permit. sufficient to stop any size mob. : '
Dear A. Leda : What should -

In be done the evening when a young and it man Is calls past Going out of her kitchen for a moment r f... being accepted for I 15 months for only $2.
where she had been
time that he went home? .
Thank you. A. READU. preparing the evening meal, Mrs. W. -

M. Sapp, of Yulee, attracted by the
This shows a decided lack of agonized: cries of her infant daughter I
knowing "what's what" on the man's Live County News
part, and It puts the hontetw In 'a rushed into the room to find the ... arm' : si.re.el
rather embarrassing position. It baby pitifully scalded from the over- Live State News
would be _. .. .-t"i.Farmer's ) .
quite proper to say something turning of a pot of coffee which had
to this effect! : "I am sorry been boiling on the stove. How the r.n
but as It Is getting rather late and % Page : .
I bare an early morning appointment nine months old baby managed to _.. _. _,MIP.--'
I am afraid I shall nave to reach the stove and grasp the vessel S Many Other Features

lay good-night.. e e r of scalding liquid Is a mystery. She .. .
rushed to local hospital but the "
was a -- .
Dear A. Leda : 11. ma:. '
takes a girl to a public dance burns proved too severe for the skill "
flow many times Is It proper for of medical science and death occur- Subscribe and e
him to dance with her?-M. I>. red Sunday! afternoon. help us
Dear Girlie : You have not said
If tbere would be any ofhrr Included .
II. W. Leggs, who was accidentally
in tbe party. If there are
you shall give at least tatr= iluiiop to wounded at Traxler Tuesday after- BOOST
I each man member alone. Hill If noon during a friendly scuffle with
1 Jog are alone you may dance with G. C. Vaughn, died in a Gainesville
I roiir escort .. often a* yon like.
e e e hospital Thursday morning.

Dear 3U L.da : Shall a
young man auk a Ctrl to his
Iiome to visit hl. parents? Seth Scott, of Mulberry, was shot
Hoould' the Invitation com and almost instantly killed late Tuesday .
from him or from them.
:\fAlllo', l. afternoon by a young man named \
Bob Powell, who was working for him

If yon friend has invited von In The killing occurred at the home of
meet and visit his fill r.DU at his Scott. News of the affair waa tole- .
liome It shows how highly be rrgarit I
phoned to the Plant City police who
1 yon. It Is a very nle thing to rlo I
and It Is quite proper for ton tn were asked to come and bring a doctor -
accept The Invitation abnulrt com as the victim was still alive at

from his mother. the time the call was sent. A physician :

was called and accompanied tM rv4 .

J!! iHELPFULHEALTHHIrlTSl officers to the home of Scott. When .
they arrived h. was dead. His slayer "
CoMa It Is a wise prertiatlon to .
had taken a Ford ear belonging' to
onk the handkerchiefs of one who
Asa a roM In alt water first and the Scott family, drivxen to liartow
tr>rn wash separately from tbe Iren"b. and delivered himself to the "U'1ri_

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be run for two weeks for the con- I. o. b. Kansas. A. M. Blanchard I! In New River G. W. Andrews, D. W. Kelly, 'I Iyt Unite of overhaul S84 unit*.
Hampton to Therwun. to the M,..nl< and ahaplnic land clay '__
Bradford County Telegraph W M Parker and F. A. Andrews an appointed Itotui No. 2. "
struction of the sewer laterals along Agent Lawtey, Fla. 2-8-tf .,, Cloy county IIno. ApproMlmaU length 7JIItovd 80 JO sq yd.
L W. KICK LITER. j miles. 12 Inch pipe culvert. 6* lie ft.
---- -----..---. the said paved street I It B. WIGGINS, Chairman. I No 10. Starks to Road No. 2 lib The,1 I 18 Inch ripe eutvarta.. 840 lln. ft.
Clerk was instructed to get priceson / WANTED-Responsible man or woman aeeretary.2.15Lt3.14.. .......a. Approximate length 7.* mill. 1 (4 Inch pipe culvert;' 478 lln. It
and entered Rood No. IS. Hand No. S to Clay county All work. to be dune In accordsnse.wllh:
Pnblished weekly as
material and labor for a new roofon in every community in South : lino Approximate length 4.9 mile. the plan and Imtructloiw general prods--
Raid No. 11. Stark to Clay county lln*. hens, special provisions: Hpeclrleatlom and propnaal -
the hall. Florida take fur'the
second class matter Rt the post city subscriptions NOTICE OF FIRST FETING OF CREDITORS AP' mxlmntc length a.1I n.lle. and contract of Bradford county
Upon motion it was ordered that Tampa Daily Times. Liberal : Road No. a. Road No. 4 to Road No.8. Each bid must be accompanied by a eer
office. at Starkc, Florida. In the district court of the United States Apt n.xlmut length 7.0 m.lea.livnil tia,,l check or a burden. bond made payableto
--- -.- -=="=' E. D. Card be notified to connect with commissions all or spare time. For for the Southern District of Horida. In Bankruptcy No 8. Bond No J to Road No, 7. 13. 3 Matthewa, chairman board of bond
-. ===::= -- jtupru,lmau length 8.4 mile. trusties tor five per cent of the amount bid
.... MATTHEWS.. Editor and Owner sewer on Water street. particulars write Circulation Department j In the matter of W. M. Bryan of Law- hued, No 7. Bruok lo Uuad No. 6. Approximate .>t nv dense of good faith and aa a Kunrantee
h The bond trustee of the town met The Tampa Time, Tam- by, Florida. n the county of Bradford dls length 8.4 mill. thnt If awarded the contract the bidder will
I tii with the council to take up \ho mat- pa Flo. 12-14-tf {, *by given thnt on FebruaryS + length 8.1 miles quired.
.PUBLISHED EVERY FtllnnYSUBSCRII'TION tcr of light rates to be charged by -- I lea\' I. the said debtor woo, duly adjudged rhu total lmnth of these projects. la approximately the right I I. reserved to reject any or all
I I I bankrupt and that the ant mvulinff, of odd. 47 mllea. bid.. "
(ho town. Final action was deferredto Political AcRGiinctir.enls i I I ernllturs. will be h<'|b( In the office of the l Tho total quantilic of the Itema on whichnropiwalu I'lnn and reotncnttona{ may be seen at the
_. ,----.--- '1 ... ."**. Law Exotmnue BId r., In the City are desired are approximately as office of the county engineer, and copies of
February 18th when a special 'ot Jo.onll1o., Uuval county Florltin. on follows the ancciflcntlona may be obtained from the
RATE held will lilrunry 't'l, )24.! at 10 clock a. m.. at tliarlnir and ffiiM>ln.r !><)7. a rea.Excavation. I I accn tary o( the board at U.BO per copy
will\ be and matter
meeting FOR SHERIFF wh ch time said creditors I may attend "': I 7764 ..... yda.Road Coplel of the may bi obtained from
Per Year ___________n u.__ ___$2.00 be thrashed out. I h.rvl.y announce myself a ondldnt for I their l claims appoint a trustee, examine theLankrupt. mutton II rad'''II. lot2 aUtlona. the, : arcntnry: of'rh': board at 12.50 for cub

Sheriff of Bradford and If elected
county and
transuut such other bu.lnasa section
: Roail machine icraillnic (send olny ) road or 'oliO for the complete ant.
promise! efficient ulminlatratton of the .hvr- + may properly come before void meetln.noted. IOU.I .
___ 'I1Uono. February 14.
__ _---1- -- -- IlT. ofT>r.. 1 stand for l J..w enforcement Jacksonville Fla; February 8. 1U24 I lintrinud'plllnir+ BSU lln. ft. I E. 8. TTlIF.W9,
dually applied to one and all without fvar See that your claim la properly executed Untrratvd utruuunil tlmucr 182.0 M. C. A. FUTCH
or favor 1 hall apprvclat the .upi>ort of and Ned| with tho refpr*>.. otherwise you will Clay surf alnii mater a I. 8068 eu. yda. I B..rctory -SKIES.
the voters at the primary. Jun llrd. nol participate in dividends.
Lake Butler Feb. 15.-Friday evening W. Ml (:.MilCIQ EDWARDS. MORGAN F. JONES I

the Christian Endeavor held the I' hrroby announce myself a oandlitat for i IIt Referee" In Bankruptcy i ,

regular meeting at the residence of re-clfetion to the office of H lit r lit of Bradford BILL TO QUIET TITLE: 1
: county If re-elected I will at. In thu put.pttru In Circuit Court Bradford County FlorIda -
.John B. Crews. After the business t no pnln I In the full d vcharu of nil thI In Chancery, I
I 1 I duties of the office and I enr neatly solicit then E. A. Kennedy.Ci I NSURANC'EThat's
was transacted the members and visitors up port of the votes at the vnttulnir prlmnryItLBpuetfullV .tnt'lHinuiifc.vs .
I were invited to assemble In the W. J. LHPMtSoN!; :: I I ,
I 'Columbia' N Payne, et .1... i
; yard under the oaks where a sumptuous I I hereby announce ;nyaelf;; ;;; l Ml a ...ndhllll.i Defendants. I Our Business
1 i for alivr tf of Bradford county I am will To C'tlumh a N. Payne wt,. resldnnce .Is
repast was waiting them. The with the duties{ of the and '
ncquuintttd< otFicv un no"*n. fendnnL.
f I tables were laden with everythinggood prumlso. If elected to dmc-lmrue. them to the Cr.rtingul: : You .... hereby required to he FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT HEALTH
utmost of abilitywith equal Justice to ,
No. 411>.> l my and appear before the judire of the circuit ,
to eat. all. 1 carntwtly aoUcit. the support of the court' for (he eighth judicial circuit of Ftor-
(Membership in Notional Highway voton at the nuin. primary lain. in and' for Bradford county on Monday AUTOMOBILE BONDSAgency
Association) Rev. W. T. McGuire, of Ray City I A. B. ALVAREZ._ !: the 7th day of April A. D. 1021. at _the courthouse
Ga. preached two aermona at the in until county In Stark. Florida to Ettafclished! 18S6
n UMM*rr a bill nf com"I a nt exhibited attainstyn .
First Christian church Sunday. Large I I am a candidate for nomination to the of- In void court by E. A. Kennedy.
: It used to bail enough when al lice of county aaiuwnor of tax of Bradford The. Bradford County Telrtrrnnh a weekly R. DAVIS CO.
congregations attended both services county and pectfuJlj aolkit your co-opurn- ne""RI'r" nubltrihcd In Stnrke. Bradford J.
man had to wait on ty bunch of other I' three taking membership with the lion and support In tha PcmoerAtla primary c ttmty. Florida. I la hereby d* .iirnnted a* the
elect to be held June 3, 1924. 1 ,
hair cut in ( on assure youthat m !'noer In which this notice "hull bt pub- =-
men to get a shave. pr church. 1 deeply appreciate the eonfldi'nee end lUlid for right consecutive week.. I .- ---
barber shop Saturday nights but t.> i i nupport you have jlvcn me In tho pant, and The lends dmcrib In the b II of complaint'
The Woman's Missionary society of trust that my olfiaial record mny hnve your In this cause, 'the' title to which la sought to ,
have to wait on a bunch ot flappers I tho Christian church held their regular approval' for another trm npCifiiMv. he quf,ted auafnxt.: the above named defendant' :: II. I
If. D. WAINWRIGHT Is iirticiilttrlv nVncrlhed' a* follows, to-wit: i
the limit.Macclcnny .
to get their hair bobbed is monthly meeting at the church ---- -- -- The,: Enut Half of the Southeant, : Quarter: of I
\\1 Standard. And when the 'I FOR TAX COLLECTORI retlun 2.1. tiwrtrhln 8 bouth of Range 221 i I
Friday: afternoon. h rcby announce to the publla thAt I ama East, all In Urnftfnrd county, Florida. ,
::1\ I barber ready to "NO? tl" the I cnndldnt" for reelection to the oiTic. of 4'
gets cry Mrs J. !M. !Mann and son, Howard county tax collector subject to tho will of this W the(tnee 6th my cloy hand of Pcbrnary.and Bffit AP of said. 1134 court 1 I /

N flapper smilingly turns over her gum I Miss\ Ersel Howard visited Mr. and the ptnple nt the coming Ucmncratio primary Q W. ALDPRMXXClrrk :
ctoctinn to be hold Jun. a. IlIt4.\ PromisincIf .
Circuit Court Bradford Florida
cud end snitli, "charge it. I Mrs. J. S. Howard Sunday at Dukes.Dr. I re-ulreted, the same personal, courteous and County '
::1 .1 I cfT dent service In the future ". In tho pa... Hy C. A. KNIGHT.
J. E. Maines and wife visited I'
will appreciate your voU.
Suit .
) Deputy CUrk.L
f EXIT WILSON relatives in Sanford ,last week. 11 r E. Whereby HAYES.I M. JOHNS. ( Ig
Solicitor fur Complainant. 2.5.Ob4.4I I
Miss Frances Elmes of Jacksonville announce myself a candidate for
in office of tae collector of Bradford county. I II
Another notable American gene.r' Ithe I
I is the guest of J. E. Harper and I solicit the support of the voters of the county t NOTICE TO BIDDERS
. Woodrow Wilson Is no mo e. An ailment 11 and If ducted I prom I.. a faithful dis grated fciila will bo received ty the boArd I
I family. off; cHnrw of the' autiea of and o IT Ice. Ronnect- of bond trustee of Bradford County Florida,
t contracted from overwork anxiety Mack Mackof Jacksonville, visited I fully submitted B. M, DOWLINU. nt the oilier( of the secretary of the boardat
t. -- --- Starke Florida, until 2 o'clock i
th world m.
and worry during! war I I'f p.
( friends here last week. t MEMBER: SCHOOL HOARD-Pf ST. No. t March 1t. LU24, and at that time publicly ,
I finally dragged him to his'tomb. Ur. and Mrs. Earl Edwards of I Th. frendii of Rev. L. W. Klckl tor ant. forMs 0''"ned forApproximately.
i reelection member of the Board of 8200 fence
will fill in aa a posts to be oVt- ,
What rank the deceased Stnrke, have the heartfelt sympathyof Pubtio Instruction for district No. 1 of Brad livered along:: the roads a follow*t .
f history it is as yet too early to deter ford county Mr. Klekliter has given the utmost Hampton Tlirrriiaa, Brooklyn mad approx'imntely ',
everyone1 In Jhejr} .sad bereavement. I[ satisfaction. during the several terms h. 1400 po U. i 1 1ijtarko C'a'
1 \ mine. He was only human and, when. The; residence of J. B. Crews caughton ttaa served on the board and we ooiwlder It fhvrcma road approximately 1,0001 I
where ,10 the Interest of the voters and the county pOfttl .:
I fate placed him in a position Are Sunday afternoon but was extinguished h.s services) b* continued. ?cn Cove Springs. road appro-1 S.
I' been he I MANY FRIENDS Im :reisor .. I
mortal had before naturally -
; t never with\ only small damage to : I Road by SIe.en.on' grove,,, approximately I
J 'I committed errors that stand I "FOR icii iK"'PTfiB'JRCUlT COURT 1200 poets.Ihmd '
the roof.-; < '", 1 hereby announce myself a candidate for by New River and Wiley Kelly a epproximately *
glaringly forth, while his many wise re-election to the office of Clerk of the Circuit 1000 poets.Ilmoker. : ;

I nICa'iUres'\1a\e\ been so far left in the i if ,, ourt of Bradford county, subject to the Scout.hole road approximately 1200 .. .
done In I action of the voters at the coming primary. poiite. t' *<.,: :<:.:,:...,:.:",.: : ;.<,. :":..:''':'t : : :: :g ..
w hade. However, nothing earnest June Ird 1 appreciate I the duties of this Important Ilrooker. Worthlnyton Sprlnn road ap* ow.
office, but f with good intent is ever donein PENT-A-WOR to discharge them. Having served the public Posts to be of heart pine or heart black''
f vain. The seed he sowed while yet .before, the voters ere well able to Judge *ypn>M. not tarn than elx Inches In diameter I J
aa to my fitness for the office. and If they at the top and seven feet Ion*. 1 t '
'. hidden from sight may still grow and, chnone to elect m... I promise faithful and The above quantities are approximate only mM t PALS !, ..;..::
i {;
efficient service. Your tunport I. rertpeetfully and the board rucrvea the rijtht W Increase ; .
blossom. COLUMN solicited O. W. ALDERMAN: or drCreaae t' J. atiMntitlM mm maw h.. rw.quired I ..
Wilson was the most conspicuous i and to make payment; at tii.-'pri ; bid 'I'; W, or "joUy good jrtrnds"-my BANK BOOK and /, ':.:
FOR COUNTY JUDGEI for such pats taken
aa are actually up an
: k figure of tho world war. Torn and I hereby announce myself a candidate for each road. ::;,. More than friends-REAL "Fats" you might lay; :k..i.r '
I the office of County Jud.... of Bradford coun- The board reserves. the rlirht to order out r* I'm "strong" for the lessons my BANK BOOK ha taught, .Ii';::
i bleeding nations looked on him aa I refer the voter to poets In such quantities, and placed In <
Ity ntr There's / In its each day. 4
baked at : ::'Jla-rthu: : :;Oh'I new delights page
the German .Protestapts; looked oni FOR SALE-Home pies, terms I have held this pout I location*, aa they may be required and I i ;: .
Inn It* and I earnestly solicit their support at the will accept no reaponatbll for poata which i
i! Gustavus Adolphus during the Thirty ,i "Sandwich near, depot. t eomlnir primary If elected I promise todtseharge have not been taken up nor will more than 4 The Eank Book In a "blank book" until you begin
r j the duties of the office to the best one thousand post b* taken up ahead, of thefence ,
Years War. He threw blaze of {tt. to write the LITERATURE OF SAVING. Then it ijI
a FOR SALE Milch See P. S. 1|of my shlllty..ccordinr to law .n4'withoutfear fran at any time :
our country which causedit cows. or favor CEO. A. GARDINER. The rittht ia reserved to reject any or all .A peaks new and joyous messages; and teaches the .
glory over I! McMillan. Starke. 2-15-tf bids and to make such additional. or supplementary I ,; POWER OF THE DOLLAR SAVED t A.;
to shine forth In a new and splendid NOTICE Of ELECTION" contracts for the furnishing of poem I <
I By the power vested In them by the lawa on any road aa may be deemed necuaaary .Wi
'I light. I WANTED Hatching eggs Barred of Florida, the board of public.Instruction of 1 February 14, 1924. I .k.! THE BANK OF STARKB .......
i I The troubles of Woodrow Wilson Rocks Rhode Island Red. "Sand- Bradford county Florida hereby calls elections II:. S MATTHEWS ... w::.
I i to be bell In each Long Br dye and C. A. FUTCH. Chairman .
I fl. are ended. He feels no more the I III wich Inn" Rosser near depot. It* New River cub school districts Tuesday Secretary 2-15-6t-3-14: .r' The Bank of Helpful Service ..<. .
his March Itf 1024 to determine whether or not -- '..
May I I
tabs of ungratefulness.
II i they shall consolidate elect three trustee NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS : STARKE. FLA. :
FOR SALE CHEAP-13 head of cattle ..:. .. .
f,I I I spirit see how the nation mourns him and determine the mil tape to be assessed Scaled bids will be receaved by the board of :
J some good milch cows among against the consolidated district.. bond trustee of Bradford county Florida, at
I as no departed American has ever I For purpose of holding afcJd election In the ofTicn nf the secretary of the board, at : '
I been since the death of Lin them. Mrs. M. A. Dalsden. 2-15-3t* Irony Brtto. B. F. Kenfroe. J. E. Adklns. Starke. .Florida until :3 clock p m of March ; ?
mourned .
I O. B. and L. B John.
Moody are appointedInntwctors IN. 112-1. and at that time publicly openedfor .
I coin I: FOR SALE ORRENTThe R. R.I constructing or Improving the follow nor : ,.:'''j..:.. .. ::'.0' ",' : :'.X.?: 'v:" '::" :..::>:;:::$0'...:':<: :::,: :'_':,:" :'::;:'f.
For the purpose of holding said election roads. or aectioita of roods In Bradford coun

I I Wynn farm. See L A. Wynn, at .
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The town council of the town of I'INDERS-No 1 Florida pinder seed IT .

Stnrke met in regular session Feb." at C cents per pound at my place. J .

5th, with all members present. B. W. Decs Lake Butler Fla. I' ,

.. Minutes of last meeting were read 2-8-41.* '

.. and I approved j .

. = The council passed a resolution accepting :
FOR SALE OR TRADE-Will trade :
r. the Seaboard ATTENTION
'-', an agreement with -
good place taking Ford car as first ,
Air Line railway,.,aa to con- | payment and giving good terms on

: electric light lines over the .
strutting ,
1'\ balance. Scab Crosby St. Peters-
( tracks of the said company. I! *.
J II burg, ..'la. 2-15-U .
2 : The clerk was instructed to notify !

I k.,; all plumbers in the town of Starke'' LADIES-Have your hair combings I Farmer Truck Growers and Gardeners .

that the of the water j
:;: -: .. superintendent I made into switches. Per stem $2.50. ,

; and light plant is the plumbing inspector Cut hair at $2.00 per stem. All

1 \ for the town and that they I Ii hair not used returned. I do the _

I' required to comply with all the I /
are work personally. Mrs. J. I. Howze

,i I! town plumbing regulations. I II Starke. 1-23-41 I We will have carload of Acid Phosphate and Kainit Salt on track NEXT WEDNESDAY, Feb.

I ; The clerk was instructed to order I 20th. We will make special Low Prices on these goods delivered from car. We have

\( I the noceisary pipe to construct: all STRAWBERRY PLANTS ordered in Fertilizers on hand all,the time to suit every crop season and condition. .

( ewer laterals on the streets to be any quantity. Maryland plants!
paved by the highway passing thru I II Klondyke and Missionary varieties

I the town. I II. $3.BO per M., f. o. b. Maryland. TIMOTHY HAY---We also will have carload of choice Timothy Hay in at. about the same timer "

i I. I I .. It was ordered that advertisement i plants same varieties, $2.50 per M r and will sell this hay cheaper than we can buy and pay freight on the small lot. .

f' --- --_ SEEDS--We have all kinds Garden and Field Seeds. N. C. Seed Peanuts; Adams Early Country

j .1 r lual ee---ar I I Gentleman Stovall's Evergreen. Tenn. Red Cob Golden Dent Prolific and Showflake Corn; Valentine .

Ciant Stringless and Stringless Pod Beans; Red Bliss and Rose Four Seed Irish Potatoes.

FEEDS---All kinds of feeds. We have contracts on feeds that enables us to make attractive prices. "

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i I I! J. S. Griner, of the Melrose section test Lois Long pinned the arrow them during the service I I J. L. -FRAZEB:---- ';-

I was in town Monday.I nearest the center of the heart, and The evening/ worship at 7:30 Tho ATTORNEY AND
II I II I .... was given as a prize a box of candy. third sermon in tho series on Threo:I COUNSELLORAT

I Bits of Local fQ) I II! O. Ilaynes, of Ilampton, was in The booby prize, a comic valentine, Things to Love will be presented. The LAWI'OSTOFFICE

, town Wednesday.I was handed to Stanley Bennett attendance at these services has prov-1 BUILDING
InformationConcerning I I A number of tho small people favored ed tho wisdom in speaking: upon such STARKE. FLA.
their listeners with wonderful
I D. Card Attending topics as this series offers. Bring[ the''
i spent Thursday recitations. Mrs.
i Our People Business to business in Jackionvillo.Mrs. Porryman delighted family, your neighbors and visitors.
ana the children with
9 stories, tho favorite
r;;::. Prof. Wiggins can tell you all about
Progress in the County and Town. being Goldilocks and the
I the Bible school, over which he I Ii
E. R. NelT! and children, Mar- Threo Bears.Harriet at superintendent. Metvith presides HOTEL 1 MARION\' 1

... _____ ____ .I.I caret; and Ed Jr., spent first of the Ritch, Virginia Weeks And us at 11:13: a. m. next Sunday and see i i
week in Jacksonville with relatives. Elise Jones served the merry company STAKKE.: l LA, iN
a bea hive of activity have. N
Car hay next week. Hull's store Carden and field seeds. N. B. IIull I with ice cream and heart shaped
B. Y. I' U. at 7:30
I p. I
Enoch Griflls, one of the piUnrs of cakes, tho favors being valentines. I II i Under New Management
Bob Demorest, Sr., went to Jacksonville Theo Tleon has shipped several car Lawtoy, had business in.Starke, Mon-'The I birthday cake was ornamentedaccording I : Center of City
Wednesday.Car loads of cross ties. lately. day. to the valentine idea, and
I I seven tapers shed their light on tho I Excellent UoonnExcellent I

kainit and acid phosphate Wed Mr. and Mrs. W. M Bryan, of Law II happy scene. 666 Meal I
nesday. Hall's store. toy were -in Starke Wednesday I I. Starke has eight churches within A large number of tho young folks I!

I her boundaries. This means one enjoyed this happy occa lon. Is a Prescription for Colds. Keirpr I and {: "Ask the Traveling' Man.:'

_Vr. and lira. J. W. Andrews, Jr., Good clean groceries[ fruits and I church: for every 152 persons-men, LaGrippp. It's the most speedy remedy I II
and children. I
returned Saturday morning from a ''vc : women we know prvtrnlinR Pm-iimnnla.
trip to Tampa. ] I .
Born to Mr. and Mn. E. B. Ship-
Judge R. A. Green, candidate for The regular services of the church
I man, of Frostproof, on February 6th, 1IQcnmllQdUDl\JJGIjnOmIiXnmmmGIQlC11U1ml: \ ; < ClllIImQICIKjCJ; ( mmtutammmmm+itmmt:
Mrs. John Bitch, of Valdosta, Ga., congress, was in Gainesville on busI will be held on Sunday. The morning -
was a guest this week of :hers N. T loess Tuesday. i a daughter, who has been named hour for worship an
Ritch.[ I I I Mary Dot. I j I o'clock. This course of study Is prov A q
.I Mrs. L. W. Strickland and I* W. lug to be something beyond the expectation
Alex Kremkan, of Punxsutawney, Jr., of Jacksonville, are visiting; her I II Next Friday, the 22nd, tho banks of those interested In It. It
few weeks, guest in Starke will close on account ofWashington's is a Rood thing to hoar people
Pa., is spending a mother, Mrs. G. Cill, at the Hotel say
of Hotel Marion. I Marion.Mr. birthday, a legal holiday. i they are anxious for Sunday to come, TO EAT

so that they cnn continue tile studyof

Miss Virginia Weeks, of Brooker, ',I and Mrs. E. V Kdward pent such a subject ni Stewardship and OUR EXCELLENT FRESH MEATS

was a week-end guest of Miss Harriet Monday in T.nko tt'!: >i* with icla- Miss Kate Livingston has returned Mission' Bring: your hook with you;
Ritch. I I', elves home after spending several and, th.iv not ha\lntr: 1\ hook will find

___ i i _____________ months in Tampa with her brother, those who hour re-adv! to share with
Miss Free Wynn, of Hampton, was i j I Mrs. F. A. Scott spent Tuesday in O. C. Livingston. BEEF PORKExtra

the guest of her aunt, Mrs. J. T. Hampton visiting; at the home of her I
Quigley, several days of last week. brother, L. A. Wynn. : Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Hoover and sons Good Beef This Week The Best There is ,
I 'Cyrus and Don, and Miss Frcdrica':' 1

Mr. and Mrs. G W. Foster, of l Hen-1'! Miss Fannie Darby spent the- weekend Struth motored to Palntka and spent LUMBERSASH Loin Steak, 25c Pork Ham 20c

dersonville, N. C.,.' are registered atthe In Hampton with Miss Free : the day Sunday. I Round) Steak. 20c Pork Chops 20c
Hotel Marlon,, Wynn.D. : I DOORS Chuck Steak, 15c Pork Stew 15c q
/ Marshal Silas Kite is home again -
Car acid phosphate and kainit salt G. Cox and L. B. Simpson returned : from his vacation which he and his 'I Lime, Brick, Chuck Roast 15c Western Pork Roast 25c

Wednesday, 20th. Low prices delivered i Wednesday from a motor trip family spent in Tampa. While ho Cement I II Brisket Stew 2 11) 25c Western Pork Chops 25c
from car. N. B. Hull.Vlesdames to Orlando.T. was away, T. N. Kendrick acted as
BUILDERS HARDWARE Rib Stew 1 Ib. lOc Pure Pork Sausage 25c
I marshal in a very satisfactory man : I
A. A. Smith and Catherine L Wainwright, grower and nero I +ov _

Teare, of Lawtey, were transacting shipper of Lawtey, was a visitor to CREAMERY BUTTER 55c ,
Starke Monday.Mr. Sherwin Williams PaintiKyanix '
business in I Starke Wednesday. F. W. Rosaer has opened duringthe OLEOMARGARINE 3ScKINGAN'S
week the "Sandwich Inn" in I Varnh!
and i past HAMS, 7 and 8 Ib. average 2Sc
and Mrs. W. S. Yelvington Gustav Seiferth, of Kansas City, Mr.
I the Wills- building near the depot. uoo"Eu.ryrhine.
little son, Billie. Jr., spent the weekend Mo., a guest at the Hotel Marlon for Rosser is making a specialty of sand- '
with her patents, Judge and Mrs. several weeks, is a recent investor incounty's wiches of all kinds, home made pies for t WHITE BACON 16c

Gear A. Gardine '. Bradford fine farm lands :and coffee at his new stand. Bmiljmg and Repairing"Consumers FRESH OYSTERS, Apalachicola 75c
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Monday to the 000
Carl Johns returned
!Mrs.\ J. E. Wilson returned Thursday
Rev. J. J. Bullen, of our local Baptist -
University of Florida, after spending from Brooker, where she was a church is the churchat
several days with his parents, Mr. guest at the home of her brother, R. the Laymen's representing and Preacher's Con : Lumber :
and Mrs. S. B. Johns Meat MarketNext l
A. Weeks. Variety
vention being held this( week in Memphis Company ,

and daughter, Tenn. He expects to return in I
Mrs. J. M. Mitchell Tuesday evening Mrs. S, E. Brownleo and sister, time for his pulpit work on Sunday STARKE FLORIDA. Door Bank of Starke Phone I 124
Lucile, Mrs. C. C. Cross, of Montpelier, Miss
from a trip to Madison, Quincy, and went to Palatka Tuesday to visit next. i

Bainbridge, Ga. I: Judge and Mrs. A. V. Long. := I 4N JWtI1tDID! IDtQQIIDID IDIDmtDICIDID@L( n1aQAfl0@IIIICIImmmmmmlDDlllaJ1llI
,I I The benefit rook party given at the u

Mrs. Walter Williams and little A. K. Chase, of IlInsdale, N. II., I.a is I club house last Thursday evening un- I
daughter, of Valdosta, Ga., are ex | guest for a few weeks at the Hotel dr the direction of Mrs. Edward
today to visit Mrs. J. M. Burns and Miss Mabel Weller, addedto
peeled Marion, having recently purchased a
Mitchell. I IMr. farm near here.J. the club treasury the amount of
$16.50. Mrs. G. M. Inman as chair

and Mrs. G. W. Alderman, Mr. L. Delk and charming daughter; man of finance, Is doing excellent

and Mrs. F. A. Scott motored over to DeVora, and Tom W. Smiley, of Way- work tor the club.A .

Hampton Sunday afternoon and were cross, Ga., were recent visitors at the ,..
home of Mr. and Mrs. Valentine social was given Tuesday 1e '" .-.
.isitors at the home of Mr. and Mr W. H. Green.i w
L. J. Wynn. !i I .__- __ ''- evening at the home of Rev. and
I I I F. O. Peterson left Wednesday for Mrs. T. J. Hedges, on Cherry street. )
Mrs. B. B. Hopson, of Evansville, Texas where he was summonsed as Tho guests were members of the He Was Proud
her mother Mrs. Lucy Presbyterian church and a few Invit-
Ind., is visiting witness in an oil investigation; case
Powell.Mrs. Hopaon formerly lived In ',''conducted by the government. ed friends.. Refreshments were homemade ;' =si a of His Farm

Starke and her friends are glad to cake and icu cream, topped witha 1, ,, ..

welcome her here on a visit., !j I bliss\ Jeannette Matthews returned tiny red cupid.T. !.

'yesterday from Brooker where she

A. B. DeMontmollin, of :Montgomery was the guest of Miss Marguerite[ J. Terry, of Lowery, superintends -

Ala., was a week-end guest of Shriver.Mr. the work of building the lui
his sister, Mrs. Catherine Davis. Mrs. 1 I foo tbridge across the Alligator. This M
Milton Walton, oi Lumpkin, Ga., was :I and Mrs. Lenthall Wyman have 'I bridge is being built in a very substantial i

.Isd' a recent guest of Mrs. Davis. I II as guests Mr. Wyman's mother and j manner from plans elaborated -

sister, Mrs. Louis J. Wyman! and Miss by the state road department, and
Last week the following pupils entered i Margaret Wyman, of Boston, Mass I Mr. Terry, who is an experienced

the B.: II. &: Ruby Gainey. To- '( Mr. Wyman's fathpr! Is expected next bridge builder, sees to it that nothing .

luda Gainey, of Brooker, Edna Stan ,week for a short stay. is neglected. j
berry, of Ohio, Lottie and Lois Gain- | I jI I I
ey and Arthur Smith. I j Tho following party went to Jack A delightful feature of the after- Ben Dexter was a mighty successful farmer. (Ho( took 210

sonville Thursday morning to hear noon was the presence of a numberof acres, half prairie and half river bottom land, nnrl on it bum up

J. L. Underhill is among the prospective i Sousa's band: Mrs. E. L. Biggs, and club members from the Keystone and developed a farm property that nny man would<1 have been

candidates for county com has i I her guest, Mrs. Sallie M. Bennett, of Heights Woman's Club. Among the proud to own. His home, barn, granaries nnd equipment had nil
of district Nor 3. lie Clio, S. C., Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs.A. I
missioner number were Mrs. Bur en, Mrs. F. M.
been added through vision and and ho deserved to win.
commissioner courage
Mitchell and
as J. M.
served several terms Z. Adkins Mrs. Walrath, Mrs. J. J. Lawrence, Mrs.
.nd proved himself a valuable member Mrs. E M. Johns. I C. J. Lawrence, Mrs. Clark, Mrs. G. I First, however, there came n day when it seemed to Den

of the county board. E. Williams, !Miss Laidlaw and I Mrs. Dexter that he had just uboufreached the end of his effort. Finances
The Woman's Missionary Union of
W. Walrath.
The following party of Starke peo- the Baptist church held an interesting wre, of course, the problem.

"Ie 1 attended the funeral of .Mr. W. meeting Monday! afternoon at: the I The annual business meeting of Financial problems* have caused!' worry nnd gray hairs, Dexter

Elbert Bryan, of Manning Station J. C., church, the subject for study being the Baptist church, followed by a social had reached the end it seemed. One day he droppeil: Into
David Thornton, Cuba and the Canal Zone. Mrs. T.
Thursday: Mrs Carrie leader ( hour, was held Wednesday evening the bank and explained his situation to the cashier. He was
M.nning and family, N. Limbaugh, i and be
the church to
at proved
Thornton and family, and Wm. E, (. I an industrious, hard working fellow with a vision of the possibilities -
an enjoyable affair to the one hun
Thornton. The W. C. T. U. held their regular ,' dred and twenty-eight persons pres I of his farm. He went into detail and explained the de

business meeting Tuesday afternoon' ent. During the social/ hour the velopment of hit farm, the improvement he had made, the possibilities

Mr.!: and Mrs. P. D. Berry, of Col-andSaturday rat, the Methodist church. After business I birthday anniversaries of three of the of his land and-what he wanted to do.
Ungswood, N. J., spent Friday Mrs. E. Thomquest led in R' oldest members of the church were I
with Mr.! and Mrs. F. A. study of missions in Europe, Japan.. celebrated Col. W. T. Weeks, L. C. The result was! that the cashier took off his mental coat

Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Berry were and China. ,T 1 Powell and Rev. L. W. Kickliter. Dr. I and started figuring with Dexter, finding a way out, whereby

.JI1embers of a large party of National Bullen made an Informal speech of the placo was properly financed to enable him to go ahead.
of Commission Merchants, Last week the teachers examinations
LeaKue congratulation/ and presented each
who have just returned from a tour were held .t the ecurthuui* in i{!.wi h a large birthday cake. I Agriculture la a bonlnesa-the biggest business in the na

..f Important points In South Florida Starke. Fifteen applicants took the
.and Cuba. Mr. Berry was formerly a examinations of which four were ne- DOROTHY HITCH'S BIRTHDAY he needs the advice and Wrvice of men experienced in Onance If
In Starke.HMnXBOTOTanatP" I I Ten of the applicants took
f strawberry buyer third four PARTY he wants to succeed !in a big way. We offer such service! to the
----- --- I the exams for the !grade ,
1'""""I. 'I for the second grade and one for special farmer and stockmen in Bradford County.
''I Saturday afternoon from three to
& CASKETS subjects. I II II r a -:0:
I six, little Miss Dorothy Ritch enter

l And a Frnll Line ef :I twined a number of her little friends I .- .. .
Undertaker,' 5app/i :I at the home of her parents, ?tlr. and
I I The jcreatodt; dinrovrry in flesh healing
is the mnrveloiM Boroione, .a preparationthat Mn.. J. H. Ritch, the occasion being
r'A1ITONOBILE. HEABSB comes in liquid and powder form. the celebration/ of her. seventh birth
.uw.,. 011 l....IThe beat ar- It is a combination treatment that not day anniversary.Mrs. .
.. only the wound of that Bradford Bank
Spa purifies
brat prle germ
ae..t tae uUfrspb er- caum infection but it heal the flenh with E. K. Perry man and !Miss Kate County
a*! uemUon U> i 1 extraordinary fpt'f'<1. Bad wound or Struth assisted Mrs. Ritch in enter-
era Retidred; Embalmer. : cute which take weeks to heal with the taining the children with indoor 'J ei
I ItI '' ordinary liniments mend under J -
qu-ckly and contests, after the arrir-' 1 rt
I JONES I the powerful influrnoo of thw wonderfulx'&K games I \J
D WITT_ 5j r.meriy. f'.rI.te ) : GOo aDd'1.20.11 ing guests had each parented the ., .,
r ARKD- FLA d'rrt .owlet 300 by 0 'charming little hostess with a lovely/ i

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With The Bradford Florida Cotton Growing SEABOARD ThAiNscHEDtlLE- i

(In effect Nov. 11, 1923) ASPIRIN
for 1924 I"
Recommendations '
No. 1 reaches Starke at 12:13 a. m.
No. 3, 10:59 a. m.
Farmers -- No. 21 Cedar Key 6:00
p. m. Beware of Imitations!
No. Limited
16, 1:16 p. m.
The following recommendationshave chopped out and at the rate of from NorthboundNo.

the full and unqualified endorse- 50 to 100 pounds to the acre. 2 :reaches Starke 4:15 a. m. wi
th ment of the staff of the state plant Varieties and Planting I No. 4, 4:26: p. m. I I II II
EXTRACTS FROM RETORTS OF LET'S CONSERVE OUR FORESTSBy board, and of the Agricultural College The land should be prepared earlyin No. 20, Cedar Key 8:50 a. m. I
r COUNTY AGENTS experiment station and agricultural : order to have a firm, well settled No. 16, Limited, 5:57 p. m. DA
,- ( Spuda Johnson) extension division of tha University seed bed at planting time. Plant Wannee BranchNo. EI
1 Marion-Tomatoes are being planted A few Saturdays ago looked over of Florida. These recommendations when the soil has warmed sufficiently 101 leaves Starke 7:45 a. m. i
No. 104 arrives Starke 3:15
I the work being done by the federal insure germination of tha p. m. i iI i
all over the county. Some watermelons represent in condensed form to prompt I T. J. GRIFFIN, a
are up and starting off well. forestry service at SUrke In Brad. I I the best judgment of those who have seed. If the Florida method of weevil Agent. I
Demands for instruction in treating' ford county. Now what I saw did not: carefully studied the question an to control is to be used, seed shouldbe I :

seed numerous and still multiplying. make me a convert to forest conservation the course that should be pursued by planted about the last week in I :I J
Many farmers are anxious to have reforestation or any other the Florida cotton farmer during I I March. It! is highly desirable that I Mix two pounds of calcium arse-1 I
I : their fertilizers tested thing looking to our having an abundance the same variety should be plantedand nate in one-half gallon of water,
of wood and lumber ani pitch winter temperatures have led that planting be done at about I' stirring until a white paste is :formed I|: Unless ;you see the "Bayer Cross" en
Seminole-Celery is moving very and turpentine for the coming Kia- some farmers to believe1 that the cold the same date throughout the entire To this add one gallon of syrup and package or on tablets you are not gut
I rapidly; quality good, price poor. rations. I've been converted to thata weather has killed many of the hibernating community. Plant plenty of seed. stir thoroughly. A large lard can'' ting the genuine Bayer Aspirin purred
long time. boll weevils. However, care- Most cotton seed now available in I makes an excellent container in which safe by millions and prescribed or
\ Palm Beach-First Everglades fair But it did impress me with the fact ful examinations made by the plant Florida are infected with anthracnose I I to do this mixing. The one and one- I, physicians over twenty-three; years for
I that are and have been wastingour board which low germination. Aboutone half gallons will about one Colds Headache
was held at Bell Glade this week; we I entomologists show that in causes I, mop acre Toothache Lumbago
residents and visitors from nearby timber and the products of our the vicinity of Gainesville practicallyno bushel of seed to the acre il i rec- I of cotton. Using small pails for carrying Neuritis Rheumatism
\ r towns took great interest in it; prod. forests. weevils have been killed thus far. ommended. Rows near together and I the mixture, proceed to mop all Neuralgia Pain, Pain

ucta of the Everglades were shown in Mr. Lenthall Wyman, the man in while at Madison only 38 !,er cent of plants closely spaced will give the plants in the fiefd. Dip the mop in I Accept "II ayeI' Tablet of Aspfria"
attractive displays. charge, is demonstrating the advantages the hibernating weevils are found to highest yields per acre. {Ithe mixture frequently and press mop : only. Each unbroken package cos..sins
; of conservatively working and be dead from all causes. The cotton : Only upland and long staple well but gently down into the bud proven directions. Handy boxes: of

Santa Rosa-Our farmers are atilt chipping the trees instead of wildly farmer must therefore use every i land can be recommended under UP'I' (tip) of every plant. It is not neces- |, twelve aim tablets sell cost bottles few of cents.24 and Druggists 101.-

buying fertilizers co-operatively, re- slashing and gutting them to death. practeal method of combatting the i present conditions. The sary to apply the syrup: mixture to Aspirin ia the trade mark of Bayer'
eeived two carloads this week.LakeOur He shows that just as much gum can I weevil and must, in addition employ ity of Sea Island to weevil injury is the leaves. '1 Manufacture of Monoacetlcacldeater elSalicyilcaclc1
.1 be got, that the trees will live and the very best cultural practices. so high that its culture Is hazardous. I If preferred the plants may be poi- I,I

I county fair closed Sat- stand longer that Instead of workingone I Soil and fertilizers Of the upland types Cleveland Big I armed, after squares are :removed, by |i ;U protection by giving one or ewe
urday and the attendance was a record tree five years it can be worked The best soil on the farm should Bowl, Express, College No.1. Cook's applying calcium arsenate with a dusted applications of calcium avraw-

one. Growers and residents areA seven or eight years and that the be selected for cotton. Well drained, Improved, Toole, Bank Account, Del.I dust gun at about 5 pounds to the' nate during July, or at the time ..
anxious to make it a permanent thing sawmill man will eventually get a fertile landa will produce a quicker tatype Weber Lightning Express and acre. The cost, labor included, is '| the infestation of squares lias reached
and we expect to organize to that endr better tree to cut into lumber. crop higher yield and maximum other early improved varieties have about the lame as that of applying'' 15 or 20 per cent. Such late seal -

won.r What a pity that wasn't worked out profit as compared with the poorer given good results. I I the syrup rftixture. However, the syrup j I son applications are, however eKpea-
and taught to everybody years agol! soil.. Land infected with wilt (black root) mixture will kill about as many, live and sufficient increase: in the crop
Orange-We are sending an exhibit Twenty years back and folks thought Fertilizer should be used liberally should not be planted to cotton if i it weevils within 18 hours after application I',: will not be secured to make them

r: to the show in New York City. Our there was an endless, inexhaustible On most Florida land a complete fertilizer can be avoided, but if necessary to as will the dust in 48 hours, i profitable on poor or average Florida
p plans are all about perfected. supply of timber here in the South. containing 8 per cent available use such landa, plant a variety that hence the use of the syrup mixture I land.
But they were wrong. phosphoric acid, 3 per cent available is resistant or immune to wilt, suchas is a great advantage in rainy weather
'\' o'oo' Wafton-At a successful meetingof That timber is gone. Ir it is near. nitrogen and 3 per cent potash appears Dixie Triumph, Covington Tooleor In dry weather the results will be I Files Cu..i in o to 14 Day
our farmers this week we had an ly gone. And it is not being :replace to be about right. It Is a good Lewis 63. about the same in either case. i I Oruul,',retani.! money If PAZO OINTMENT' fttlL

organization perfected! and determined ed. The salvation lies in desperately precaution to have the nitrogen in It Is best in the long run, for the Both ta calcium arsenate dust and i I tncurolu-nlni...,..0.> i Mirve.).Blind.1*.,JtuhliU lea.dlnAOCProtredluaPik.Files, one. ....yuu. can a*..
e how many acres of sweet potatoes conserving: the little that is left and such a fertilizer derived in part from farmer to purchase his cotton read the syrup mixture are poisonous and 1..1. -noH'm' PfiruPCi

I we can grow co-operatively for the in starting new forests, in letting nature organic sources and in part from inorganic from seedsmen of unquestioned reliability corresponding: precaution must betaken I

r. f early market. do It, if my thinking is correct sources. We recommend an who specialize in disease with both. Muzzle all work I -'LOCKS r' WONDER i AGE 1
I Farmers when you clear land, do application of from 200 to 000 pound free, selected seed adapted to boll animals used in the cotton field for :
i lAyy-Three carloads of peanut not burn or otherwise destroy good to the acre, applied well down in the weevil conditions. I at least two weeks after applying the i USENO SHINEf.sJ
I 13 \ were shipped from Willlston during wood. Stockmen forget the foolish drill 4 to 5 days before planting.! The Cultivation( '011 on.
, ., t the month just ended. idea that burning the woods is the farmer can mix his own fertilizers: Cultivation should be frequent and About two weeks after treating the I SHINY NOSE

I x best means of providing grazing for after buying the raw material, at a shallow. Attempt to keep a dumb I cotton it is well to go over the field EXCESS PERSPIRATON

Bay-More land is being cleared your animals. Turpentine men, study material saving *, compirert to buyIng mulch in the field at all\ times until carefully, looking for punctured cot OILY SKIN-COOT OF KJISWIATIDBBUCKHUDS )
;I her this year than ever before. The means of making the trees you are them already mixed. cotton can be safely laid by. Culti ton squares. Where an infested plantis
I '. stumps are being removed from some working last and yield longer and if Side applications of nitrate of soda vationa during the growing season found, examine all squares within -DCIARSED PORES
I of the older farms and Improved implements you must burn the woods pick a time In addition to the complete fertilizer should be given at least once a week. 15 or 20 feet and remove and burn all RED NOSE-FRECKLES(

'. ", are being provided. when It Is not so dry. Builders, conserve applied at planting time are also Boll Weevil Control squares found infested as well as all Win K.t> YomrSUn FnJi UoUng

! : lumber. Everybody: be very likely to prove profitable, especiallyif The farmer should remember that Infested squares: on the ground.
t j Duval-City and county officials are sure not to burn wood or grass Jus the spring is cool or late or If the no method of boll weevil control can Ready-made poisoned syrup mixtures I MAlLTCDAY.:1:
/ 'I doing al Ithey can to help make our for the sake of seeing the smoke. weather is :relatively dry. Such applications I I "make" cotton. The most that con have no advantage over the I
;-.' exhibit to Madison Square Garden a I are recommended to be 'trol measures can do Is to protect the home made article and are much' 'Tutt's Pills
r representative and creditable one and A TONICOrove' made at about the time the cotton is cotton crop while it is being made. It more expensive.
splendid Is being made i ithia In is Late Summer
progress of the utmost importance there- Dusting
Tasteless chill Tonic retlwree TtMflrati.... -w... she .......
; direction. On
fore that fertile land
the acreage should be kept very such as those
and .
Energy .
Vitality by and
Purifying etwi.e k.. ....... r.I.f..LNrtr
Ibo Qutalne ,.at Dot hoi AMect IBoctnwi >" ......
h Enriching the Blood. When you feel Its J. down to what can be perfectly cared capable of producing a half bale> or ...........die.rtv..rs............
of Its tonic and !I.ve! ..
rflect. (A
t'' To Stop a Cough Quick strengthening!Invigorating effect,see howit TI\''. BROMO QUININE; (Tib ole) rim Ilak.n for. Not over six to or eight acres to more per acre it may be found profitable j I
:" take- HAYES' HEALING HONEY e brings color to the cheeks and bow In by th anyone head.without E.W.GROVCS.taeaun./.at etiuinil nervousneiui I .rniltni i n the plow is recommended. Not "more to lengthen the period of wee- j I GOOD DiaESTIOM
cough medicine which stops the cough by It Improves the appetite, you will then acres to cotton," but "more cotton to
i healing the Inflamed and irritated tissue* appreciate its true Ionia value.Groves the acre," should be the slogan.
I SALVE A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE I Tasteless chill Tonic is simply FLORIDA CAN HAVE BIG DAIRY Pre-Square Poisoning
Head Colds and
1, Croup Is encl osedt itch every bottle of Iron and Quinine suspended In syrup So INDUSTRY Cage tests by the plant board laboratory -
IIA YES' HEALING HONEY. The salve pleasant even children like It. The blood at Madison during 1923,
Ip should be rubbed on the chest and throat needs QUININE to Purify It and IRON to "Florida is going to have big decry showed that high mortality among
X4 of children auJr'l'lnlllrom! a Cold or Croup. Enrich it. Destroys Malarial germ anr a the boll weevils followed For Prosperity Sane Compromise
industry it applicationto
( or 1a going to have
The he Iln*a 9 eet of Harm' Haallnd Ion! r ID Clip germs by Its Strengthening/ Invigor* no
i;. trove Ida th*throat. combined. with th*hMiro(fleet! :Sung Effect dOa, dairy industry at all." That I I. the the cotton plants of a poisoned syrup -
the kln ooo Mop*a eettgh.'T Sato" through the pores o, way John M. Scott, vice director and mixture made as described in one Perhaps the most satisfying news of the week has bees
oott Both itb nnMdlM combined ar*trMtoMot packwl la U MM JSo.canra aod IB* KEEPING BEES IS WORTH : animal industraiis of the Florida of the following paragraphs. Weevil the report that Democratic and Republican leaders have

Just ask your druggist for m HAYES WHILE INDUSTRY BESIDES experiment station, auras up all the experts throughout the South are also concluded to get together on the matter of taxation and
HEALING HONEY.; BEING A HOBBY FOR SOME I pros and cons concerning dairying in agreed that an application of this prepare a measure that is not political. Even the blind
) mixture to the cotton plants at the
should be able to
f' see we will never get anywhere in this
: | HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES Beekeeping, besides being a worthwhile If we will," be adds. "At very first indication of the appear country in sound taxation so long as our tax system is
industry, as a hobby offers con- present we cannot say that we have a ance of squares will be worth while mixed with partisanship. The nation has suffered from this
!f Making Soap aider able returns in money and pleasure substantial, permanent pasture or a and will kill large numbers of the absurd situation all too long. The same has been true .f

\. Us* 6 pounds of fat, 1 can of I lye. to the man who may choose or is range for cattle. Since in the average over-wintered weevils. This application the tariff. It took years to get this thought of a noa- .
1 tablespoon of powdered borax 1-1 able 'to spend a few hours a week at- case pasturage constitutes 60 ; should be made with home-made partisan tariff imbedded in the minds of the 'people. For'i I

I cup of ammonia, 1-2 cup of gasoline, tending three or four or a half dozen per cent of the feed of dairy cattle mops about May 20th, in the manner tunately, however, the way being blazed, it cornea easier
:.. 1 liberal quart of rain water. (Rainwater colonies."There. we must go and get, or go and make, described below. This application now to realize when we consider taxation that economics and
f': is not necessary but desirable]) is no reason whatever why that which we have not got. should be given whether the Florida politics don't mix well.
this business should not be increased "We have to build method is used or not, but it will not
got or make This
,"; Add the can of lye to the water and a newspaper has taken occasion before to point to the
". stir till dissolved. Add warm, not in Florida to a much greater extent I substantial, permanent pasture for take the place of the Florida method. evil effect on business of the existing system of taxation.

.i if. hot, grease and other ingredients and over what it U and has been in the our dairy cattle or we just limply The use of both is urged. Fortunately the light is at last beginning to filter) into tile
stir well. Pour into a square granite past," to quote J. C. Goodwin, apiary will never have a big paying dairy Florida Method of Weevil Control public mind.
'J, of the State Plant Board of Industry. The Florida method is undoubtedlythe
inspector : The
pan and when..firm, cut into bars. present tax proposals should arrest the attention of
I''i' If bacon fat is used and it is very Florida who goes on to say: "Carpet and Bahia grasses, and most effective and economical every thoughtful citizen. An impartial analysis will dis
:a salty, it should be washed of the salt "Not only is the farmer offered an Lespedaza for summer, and Dallis measure that has yet been developedfor close that the reasons for a deadlock have been largely
t Otherwise it will harden too :fast as opportunity in this industry, but also and Yasey grasses for winter should' fighting the weevil under Florida partisan character. a

salt; is the ingredient used in many the city or professional man, or in replace the common wlregrass which conditions. Naturally everyone wants a reduction in national im-
it soap recipes to harden it. A perfectly fact anyone'who may be well informed dominates on our ranges today. Then Secure two pounds of calcium ar- posts, but it must be remembered that apart from the re
I good soap is the result of salt bacon on the subject of bees or who cares we should grow wide fields of oats senate and one gallon of a good gradeof lieving the people of ordinary means from their
but it hardens without cohesion, to become informed. Many beekeepers and rye in winter, which will help table syrup for each acre of cottonto burden there is another and perhaps more important heat phasa \

at first. It can,' however be mashed in Florida are now depending en- furnish green grazing when it i* so be treated. Do not use "black- of the question. A plan that cuts down the tax of the anal
until it sticks together.All tirely on their bees for their living, I much needed, as well as keep the land trap" or other low grade syrup if it man, but which does not loosen the monies of the milio]
beef fat or mutton tallow makes while many others are makinb a con- from washing away and the plant can be avoided. aires and put those monies into the channels of business will

a soap which floats. It should bestirred siderable portion of their income food in it from leaching downward."In I For the use of each laborer make be a flat failure. One of the most impdrtant aims of a new-
little and thee from this industry as a sideline. the extension work at the Florida one or cloth tax bill
as as possible more bags, each equipped must be to release \he hoarded millions of nontaxable -
should be reduc "To enter this business and make college of agriculture last year with double draw
proportion of water a string that securities and put the money into the developmentof
profitable one must attain a working we sent grass plantings to about 65 will! keep the mouth tightly closed.A industry. The Mellon plan in cutting the surtax
ed.The practical knowledge of bees, which farmers in 35 counties of the provides
happiest combination of fats state. yard of unbleached domestic will a figure perhaps ten or fifteen per cent greater than
f is part suet, part tallow and part bacon may be gained' by studying books and Wa fear our efforts have. been too make two bags. the millionaires would like. At the same time it is believed

with bacon fat in the largest bulletins on the subject. Knowledge scattered for beat *-- -!?OT* Prepare mops for applying the poioned it will serve to open the door of relief. On the other hand
gained in this way must be supple- beginning with 1924, we are going to
Such liquid fats olive
proportion. as the Democratic
syrup: mixture to the cotton. proposals have
a more popular appeal in
nntd by studying the habit of the concentrate our efforts to five
ail make an admirable soap alhough or six Tie a 4-inch strip of burlap several that they would give the small man greater relief but con-
Nee in the hive and in the field. 'On well-known farmers
rarely available or kept in quantities. in that any tl11lH around fti. end. nf 9__-.,,.\.. tinue to "soak the rich." Certainly they would .
--- -- -- never release
count! .
should also become familiar with the ** :
Hard Soap tick. Then slit the for business
burlap several money expansion. Perhaps between the
r Use 8 pounds of grease 17 quarts nectar-producing pleats of the com- "We know that such pastures cane time. with a sharp knife. Mops can two plans some sane compromise may be reached. It is
of rain water, 2 boxes of potash, 1.. munity. > had. We are now trying to convince also be made by tying corn shuck or hoped so. Quite apart from its moral injustice the country
t' pound of :resin 1-4 pound of borax. "Another important factor in sue the farmers and livestock.*. pine needles to the end of a stick! Ina has come to learn-and at heavy cost-that "soaking the
r.. Boil for an hour before putting In the cess .U In selecting the best varietyof This la the way we expect U do if I similar manner. rich" is not a very profitable pastime after all.
i' resin and borax. After it is well ml* bees. Those known a* Italian are On about June
remove all the
ed and boils up_it Is done.HOW'S considered vigorous, good the best honey, because gatherer they andre are WARD OFF GRIPPEGet squares from the plants. Place the Albert, put the kettle on, and we'll all have tea.

rid of that cold quickly before squares in the sacks as gathered and
considered more resistant to disases veriiih[ conditions The magic: name of Roosevelt still to its firb. .
set la sod you bawn keep mouths af bags tightly closedto seems have -:age
r THIS? '
and wax worms." I a bad COM of grippe. Leonard appeal. .
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE will I ; Cougb JSyrup (Cremated) quickly' prevent escape of weevils. Take
to what w:* claim for It-rW :your system bes and heals raw throat, cut the squares and weevils out of field and Senator Magnus Johnson told five thousand New Yorkers gathered
of Catarrh or Death.M caused by Habitual constfpatton Cured term protects the lung. tcipa Irrl-
Catarrh. In 14 to 21 DaysLAXFOS t htiou and brings relief. If you hawr burn them up. Begin :removing the in Madison Square Garden that if they are not watchful the reformers
HAii/8 CATARRH MEDICINE! : con.Uu aVficht cough bail cold grippe 'or bron- squares in the part of the field nearest will soon clamp a censorship over the press-and then he said you wilt
of an Ointment which Quickly: WITH PEPSIN" is a a'CC1\lJf': rhuia ret a bottle of onurdl'a, Loud! to not be able to hear Magnus Johnson or anyone else. .
woods and
ftallcVM the catarrhal Inflammation, and prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habitua 1:11 p (Creosoted) and wanl off morn after going over entire ff
the act Internal through Medicine the Blood. a. Tonic the ,Mucous which Constipation It relieves promptly but sere 11' trouble Fine for whooping field go over It a second time toIlet Our' distinguished! city contemporaries grew wildly dramatic be-
8ur'..... tniia aulatlnjr on to rutor' normal should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 day. coun god croup. The safe, sure end, every square In it. Mop the plantimmediately caune our American airship broke from her moorings was able to '
eondltlons.Fold ''Induce regular action. It Stimulate*and plea%of rviunlv that you run depend .f._ --- -' weather a storm, and get back to anchorage. What did they expect ;
: tor drunlxt' for ovr 49 Years. collates. Very Pleasant to X.t 8U upon.t 1'rJL. i. till jurself. squares, Do" *
F. J. Chnr A Co.. Toledo O. per bottle. Vt your u...;..IeLa. making the mixture as follows\ : I .i/; pa..1 always, "copper" American aacoa),liitu.rr .:- :
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NOTICE or APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED WOODROW Vm;; when dis buck sneaksup I Blonde Bees. Opines ; =
UNDER SECTION S75 OF THE WILSON I ulation as no man ever knew before. by, I Diggs -G'wan-you didn't say cny
GENERAL STATUTES i In was the afternoon of his life beI I behin' me, an' slams de winder Never get flustered when men stand such

I' fore he I down on neck an' robs me." around looking at with their Sure I
Motlee Is I hereby .iclvcn that Awtln Paul. (Continued From Page 2) emerged from the classroom my you Bragg- did-and she likedit.
purchastr. of lax certificate No. fill dated the I and campus, and the moving finger of The judge said: mouths open. Maybe they're using That red-faced, snub-nosed, bald.
7th day of July A. D. 1919 ban filed
certificate 'In my office and has made application found in the war in which he believed 1 destiny touched him. Almost over- "Do you mean to tell this court that I their eye teeth. headed mortal was her first baby
for tax deed to issue In accordance night he became national with a parade going by window
a figure, your
with law Said certificate embrace* the fol 11, trusted men. This was the
lowing described property situated In Bradford Democracy of President Wilson. preaching a new political philosophy. and all the people on the street Now Ton Tell One Cunning Him OutA
county Florida to-wlt
Southeast Quarter of Northwest t Quarter of i I I As president he ranks as one o( lie became the school master in poli watching it, you let this man rob you Swanson-Did you see where that SUrke merchant who prides himself .
.f Southwest Quarter.. Section 25. Tp. 5 8.. 'tics.. without yelling big Bengal tiger in Africa attacked a that he
R. 22 Bant ton ae..... the Kroat war presidents of the Re- Democracy saw a new star risIng never uses profanity
The aald land bring. aMcssed at the date of He in the East. He was a fighting The colored woman said: flivver-thinking it a mouse T last work wrote this letter to a deadbeat
the first
the of I public. was pemocratsince
bananas such certificate in the
name of
A Paul. 1 Andrew Jackson to two i man who touched the imagination. "Shuro I'could a-hollered J..ge,, Caxton-No-what happened, ? who ignored all attempts at col
Unless raid certificate shall be redeemed ac. : Men watched him and saw that his: dat's the hclluvut-but did you thinkI I Swanson-Well, the cat got a claw luction:
cording to law tax' deed will Iftaue thereonon j successive terms, occupying) the presidency I
the 18th day of February A. D. 1924. for eight of such world work was good.; While America was wanted a Ku Klux KlaR parade toI caught In tho gasoline throttle-and Sir: My stenographer/ being a lady

the Witness 14th day mj of official January signature. A. D.and H24.G. teal. this upheaval and turmoil years as was never arming and taking her place on the think I was cheerin 'em?" I I'll be blamed if it didn't shako that cannot take down what I think of

(S aI> Clerk! W. Circuit ALDERMAN Court. known before. During his eventful 'battle line, while" the whole people animal to pieces you. I, being a gentleman, cannot

1-I& 62.16 Bradford, County, Florida.MASTER'S occupancy of the presidential chair worked and strained for victory, The Made Not the Miss. For Us write it. You, being neither can

I empires crumbled, thrones collapsedand Woodrow Wilson was trying to sea lie may not have 1'ardy'a Philos guess! it nl.| Sine.,. . . .

SALE the map of the world was made. ,,j' beyond the war. He was dreaming A little fairyIn A clue is a thing that keep tiatectlves -

virtue Notice of la that hereby certain given final that decree under of and foreeloaure by- over completely. It was under his great dream of a Parliament of tha his homo- buiy while the criminal ia snaking I She Knew Him

made and rendered on November 22, administration that the United States | World. As the guns; were stilled thii But he has hi. escape Miss Gush-Oh, dear, how perfect.
D. Honorable ,
A. 19J3. by W. 8. Bullock
judge of the Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida abandoned its policy of isolation and 1 became his passion. It took him to A little miss ly lovely. Weren't you surprised

Judicial Honorable Circuit A. V. being Long. diiciuallllet judge, of )the In Eighth that became an active participant in worUi Europe. lie took his seat at the peace In hU engine, andA No Evidence I when your husband gave you such a

certain Columbia cauae wherein, corporation the Federal, la complainant!Loan Bankof !i affairs, thus enabling him to exercise I table and appeared to stricken Eu- little made in his cellar Mary 'Jane (whispering about old nice birthday present?

and J. M. Starling a : and Nettle: Starling. hla: >! such an influence as never be- rope as the very Messiah of peace. asssaasiaeaeaws maid who has just arrived)-Maybe Mrs Peck-Surprised? No, dear,
wife, and the Lawtcy National farm Loan did all that was she won't long she didn't only suspicious.Ijac.
Association are d i fore was attached to his office. Ille humanly possible Worse Than Drink stay bring
will offer for vale : 'dd.m".I'hroeh"l' gh': !I for him to do, yet he found himself a trunk. I
Driven the inhuman and das- .
and bet bidder for euh, In front of the by I "My good friends, said the speaker I
eourthouae door In Starke, Bradford county, tardly outrageous acta on the part of among his own people hissed and of the evening, "drink is the curse Bobby-Aw-lookit the boby-h*

A.Florida.D. ,1924.on Monday during. the the legal 8rti day hour of of March ale Germany he was compelled to announce I cursed as a new Satan, where h. of the world. All the crimes! all the didn't bring nothing either-and he'shere !: rafter
for the of eatinfylng said final decree should have been blessed and
pnrpoae acclaim- i yet.
the following described real estate I ly. a state of war At once the wars, all the heartaches of the universe :
.IneT and being in Bradford county, Florida, i venom of the Germans and the Irish I led as the saviour of the world. An I can be laid at the door of intox I I -
to-wilt editorial writer of him. Read Why Not? meal
The Southwest Quarter of the Southeast was turned in full force upon the says : ication. Oh, my friends, what causes -! every
Southeast Quarter of Quarter the Northeast of the Southwest Quarter ,, and Quarter the ,i, man. Bitterness of the most diabol- I "And now he has gone, leaving. tha more misery and suffering than You're the breath of my life, I
moatb aad
.f the Northeast. Quarter i and the North ical kind was daily expressed. Hate I Wilson legend ot his devoted follow liquor Can anyone present here Sweet Caroline, the ardent lover cried teeth and aide*) dlgetjtlon.
Half of Northwest Quarter of NortheaatQuarter I era. To the nation his legacy is the Then one long look from soulfuleye
of the Southeast ; and' theNorth found new channels of expression and tonight tell me? a Relieve that over
Northwest Half Quarter of the of Northeast the Southeast u'Q".i. Quarter of the I I action. Ills personal life was assail memory of a worthy son and an issue There was' silence for quit a few eaten leellaa and acid

all In Section Thirty-el (3D. And the ed, his character attacked with the that refuses wholly to die. His workas seconds. Nothing. could be heard but; Well-pie. hold your breath, she month.
Swath Half of Southwest Quarter of South-'1 I'
architect is done. The
eeet Quarter of Section. Twenty-four (24>. fury of hell itself. Yea, even his do- waiting for the faint ticking of the clock. lighed. Its 1-a-si-t-i-a-o flavor
All of the above deecrlbed lands being in falsified his passing is over; he has passed Then allallesi the craving for
mestic relations were by a weak voiced individual
Township Five ((5)) South Range Twenty-two apparently -
(22)( Zaat. of Tallahaaaee Meridian, contain- German propaganda, and to the within the door of the Narrow house in ono of the rear seat, 1larney Bragg sweets.
... I. 6. .._. ( doable
the aggregate: A Wrlgley'a I*
i has from Israel.
A. Z. ADK1NS.Spool.1 shame of some who call themselves man gone chirped the answer- Bragg-And I said, Lady, that red- value In the benefit sad
Muter in Chancery. vile slander ''Let us give our lives for the prlnci-: "Thirst!" faced snub-nosed bald-headed
A. 9. CREWS. Americans this was ped- mortal pleasure If provide
Solicitor for Complainant 2-l-ot-2-2 dled and repeated with the smack of | pies which were eminently Christ- I looks just like you.
like for lived seabed in rfe Purity
which he suffered and
relish. From German which
sources, Let' Go
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION I which it would not I' died." Package. G Y'si0
.. Circuit. Court. State of Florida. Eighth, knew no depths to A rich man speaking. of his toil, SICKLY, PEEVISH: CIIILDKK1V:
Judicial Circuit Bradford County, In in its efforts to destroy the influence '
.....,.. stoop A SPLENDID Said, Son, I burned the midnight oil; Children suffering from intciitinnl worms
W. J. Walker. I chaD'1 of the man, there came the'I I getcha, dad I'm not so are craM, reHtlivM and I unhealthy., Thiiro oiic s
Complainant. I unblushing statement of cruelty to !I That tired, half-sick discouraged feels green are other syniptomn, however. If tha
V. I s i tag caused by a torpid;! liver and constipuUfi !- I You mean 'twas, midnight gasoline.? child dark ring under the
Martha Walker i: his wife fI in hell there is one place t bowels. run be rid of with bailbrnath/ ,
Defendant' I I gotten !, oven, and takes iu> intorcht in
It appearing by affidavit appended to the hotter than another, it is reservedfor surprising promptncroliy lining Ilerbinc. lift Ya play| it in almost n. rrrtitinfy that worms
bill filed In the above stated cause that named Mar-I la | those who enter the sanctities of You f'III.1I beneficial a tha non-reaident Walker the of defendant the elate therein of Florida and i the home and attempt to besmirge dose na its purifying and regulating effect Big Boy-Who told you Co put that remedy fur worm in Whilji'H (>oiim Virinifugn. '-
State of Alabama is! thorough and complete it not only It in OHitivo
she la a resident of Edgewater paper on that wall? | doHfructiim to I the
and if over the age of twentyoneIt with the slime of the pit the sacred drives out hilt and impurities but it im- I worms hilt rmrmloBa to the child Trice I '
.. laid non-real- I relations of husband and wife; anda parts a. splendid fueling of exhilaration, Paperhanger-Your wife, sir. 36o. Sold l lay She flavor lasts
slant It b defendant therefore be ordered and ia that hereby required to thousand times shame on thorn strength, vim, and buoyancy of slirita. Big BoyPretty, isn't it? i I! All Drug Stores I
tied in said Price 60c. Sold by
appear to the bill of complaint I
the 3rd day of who repeat such villifications, i ia -----
... on or before Monday All Drug Stores
March A. D. 11124, otherwise the allegations which there is not one word of truth.
..f said bill will be taken a> confessed byaald I I : T :
defendant Thus Germany and its sympathizers
ordered that this order bepubll.hed
It la further -- -
week sought to weaken the influence of th*
once a CountyuTelearapjtiva
weeks In the Bradford man who needed in such a crucial K
and state.Th
newspaper published In said county r J
.. January ". '.'4'w. ALDERMAN hour the fullest support of the peo-
Even his death he is not free
Clrcalt "ourt. ple. in
(Seal) C."A.
B, Deputy KNIGHT.Clerk. from the hate of the Germans. By YEP A SOOO TALKER

A. 8. CREWS. some of the papers in Germany he 15 ONE WHO KNOWS
Solicitor for Complainant. 2-l-St-2-2'l. I has been likened to Lenine, the man WHEN TO quiT / N ext Spring-

into despair
who helped plunge Russia -

Subscribe for and ruin. So the wireless message -

comes from that country, upon .

The Telegraph the death of Wilson, Haying, "Ger- O t s.a .' With over 200,000 orders for Ford Cars and
mans are no kinder in their commenton ,
Wilson after than before hi. Trucks already placed for delivery duringthe

BBnaaaaBBa| death." Ever Increasing bitterness next few months, we are facing a record.
shows I itself. down to calling him a
dogmatic, blood-ntained idealist breaking spring demand.

: Sideache o there are the rehashes of wartime

charges/ namely, that he was bribed 0 I Each successive month this winter has
Backache I directly by Wall street to enter the
I war in order to insure the collectionof witnessed a growth in sales far surpassingthat
"I have been taking Car- II
B dul" say Mr*. Lillie Boltonl bills for war supplies from the al-' of any previous winter season. This

B of Lake Providence, Ta Editor's Pom
got down in bad health and lies.But, in the face of it all, a. Kipling It !is easy enough to be happy increase will be even greater during the .

B lost weighed la weight 120 pounds.until It I only had said of him, and what words could When you would rather sob; spring months, always the heaviest buying 110

B bad pains in my lid.s and II be nobler as a tribute to another: Just think of the editor's trials period

back and my legs hurt lilt "He kept his head when those about And be thankful you haven't his
B until I bed walk. him were losing their and blamed i it> Job.
half the time.B .
tared on him; when lied about he did not These facts that
I tried f medicine. suggest you place your
but It didtems na food. deal in lies; when bated he did not The Mechanical Age order avoid

B Finally tried give way to hate; he dreamed, but did A little girl from the city bad been \ early to disappointment in

not make his dreams his master; ha visiting. In the country. Someone said delivery at the time desired.

often heard the truths be had spoken to her, "I bet you don't even know

: CARDUIThe : twisted by knaves to make a trap for bow to milk a cow."

fools, then say the things he gave hlsj "Bet I do," she replied, "you take I

life foj broken; and stooped to build the cow into the barn and give her -

them up with worn out tools. Hera some breakfast food and water, and I flfV w C(5ft7n.hL7A'MJ
Woman's Tonic i
was an exceptional: mind and heart, then you drain her crank case." D -:7 v V
II <**olt.MklJ.j.a
It seems like it did ne good which neither gave affront nor boraenmity

B from the very Ant. After I which conceived nothing Hard to Forget
had taken half a bottle I noticed rashly and feared nothing they con Old Gentleman noticed you got
I continued
. an its irapro-ement.use and I got bet ceived." What a testimony! And up and gave that lady your seat in i It U not aecaasary to pay cash for your ear In order

. mya dgbetand The dieapp-- from such a man! the street ear.ArchieSince. to have your name placed on the preferred delivery .
, Idea So a very great man, who Inevitably childhood I have respected list. You can make a small down ot-
in peared weight/ and until I began now I to weigh gain I will tower as one of the shining a woman with a strap in her you can buy t ii you wish, under payment the convenient

1SS pounds and feel better II figures of history, has gone from hand. term 01 Ford Weekly Purchase Plan)

than I ever did in my life. It' among. us, and from the people. of ,

am perfectly well and strong the world who loved him so much. H. Loyalty

t' too.I have" given it to mjr girls has fallen in that long eruM.de for a A poor colored woman had been

Cardul has relieved many world In which the battle flags are robbed and when! she came Into court See the Nearest Authorized Ford DealerAIII4.
kinds of pains and distressing te be furled and the war drums still the judge asked her to explain all the

'; symptoms caused by le- ed. Born in the Old Dominion Virginia circumstances. attending the holdup. .
mal trouble. It should telp
beginning life as an obscure "Well she said "it 5 '
you too, in -he same way. Jedge. was ..41
Why not give it a tats trial T country lawyer, the stark power in jest like dis. On dat partlcklar: day,

, fIg0UI the man lifted him in the mid-day of they was a parade on da street. I i
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I ME\VVIMFOR\VEAK\ : NEWS ITEMS OF BUSY LAWTEYMrs. faculty been untiring ro
I I rn LetterStarke f their efforts to push forward the .8\

I [ Saturday Night! -- oral"gradesand they have done wail j

... nUN PALEYOMEN I in all their undertakings.
I J. T. Moore and J. T. Jr., are Promise Me-Louise Thede. -i .
Feb. 9, 1924. him there wuz a orange in the kitchen enjoy your work and have spending a few days in Lakeland.Mrs. When You and I Were Young, Maggie -
Bub so le went out to get it. Purty TO share of the pleasures -Richard Thede. There will be preaching at the three
Dear : life get rid of that rundown churches here next Sunday
sed of got the ; morniag
is Yore letter come all rito. 1 would! suns he Ma sed course you we had jest feeling and enrich your thin C. C. Brantley, of Starke, was Silver Threads Among the Gold- and evening. Everybody invited.
i like to have been their an saw Dutch word peel. yes blood. Begin right now to takeCude's the guest Sunday of her daughter Howard Miner.
thought of thet an two more. Pa Pepto-Mangan. It will help When You Look -
in the Heart
Mrs. J. S. Andrews.Mrs. I a
when ho skated in to thet hole. Gee sed thet At drug Mr. and Mrs. Griffin of
come Lack purty sune an you wonderfully. your Roue-Doris Burney.I Starke,
but I bet ho got wet and cole. I wuz wuz the .most inkonsequwentual thinghe gist, in both liquid and tablets. Cannot motored to Lawtey Sunday.
good fer him an I bet he wont try to ever herd cf, but had we thoughtof tree Trial Tablet. To the. "health for-butldina younelf\: l i' Emma Colame and grandson, Doris Tracy. Sing the Old Songs-- -

be so smart an show off fore the the word grape. Ma looked over alue of Oudc'e Pepto-Manvan. write todayfur Paul Henderson, are visitors this Sheriff W. J. Epperson and
"on.roua Trial Fackane ot Tablet Send week of Rev. and Mrs. W. I. Powell.They Deputy
gurU nex time. the Hilt an led no theat wuz one we no monvy-jut name and add.... to W. W. Baisden were transacting b_
little kool M. J. ilniunbacb Co.. ta Warren St.. N.Y.6ude's stopped over enroute to their I'd Love to Live in Loveland
been bavin showed
We have a had missed. Pa sed thet jest mesa in this vicinity Friday.
wether down here. Th other evenin thet wimen would have no chance I home in Birmingham, Ala., from Ruth Rowe and Jim Moore Edwards.Old .

1 we wuz all settin round th fireplace. with the men aroun in a fool game of Winter Haven, where they have been I Maids Consolation-Dolly Din- Mrs. G. W. Brown a visitor ..
I several weeks with rela kins, Beatrice Miner and Carrie
!Maw\ had Jest put little John to bed that! sort an thet if he would botherhis spending Starke Wednesday.
)1 1 an me an the Pup an Ma an Pa wuz hed with such junk there warnt peJ'to-Mangan: tives. Howe. -
there an Pa wuz reedin the Telegraph nobody thet could beet him. Ma tole Tonic and Blood EnricherLake I II Mrs. Will Edwards, Pianist Prof. and Mrs.: W. O. Duval
The spet
I thet paper you know thet he saved him to take the list thet we had foun >...... Mrs. II. C. Wimberly and daughter following girls served ice creamto the week-end with relatives' in Hamp
50 scnts by subscribln an gettln in seventy five words an there couldn't Miss Winifred, of Highland, were the bridal party: Louise Howe, ton.
visitors to Lawtey Thursday. Nettie Griffls, Elva Lee Andrews Ol-
on their speciul offer of 15 months be many more. Pa got mad an aed City: Sunda; *and were guest: lie Dinkins Blanche .,.
fer only two dollars pa sed it wuz a not to bother( him no more with the of Mr. Colson's father, John Colson. Burney and Eva Miss Rachel Boyer, Jacksonville, ,
good paper an he wuz glad ho got it, foolishness cause he wuz goin to reed Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Crews and Mrs. James Austin, of Kingsley, was attending Durban. was the guest Saturday rand Sundayof

Ma IIcd l yes it wuz but thea she could I th article in the Telegraph about the J. D. Baxter were shopping in Gainesville to business in town Friday. her parents, Rev. and Mrs. E. D.
never get a chance to reed it cause big skandul in polliticks in Washinton Tuesday.C. W. L. Overstreet and daughters Boyer.
Pa always had it. Pa sed guess he I thet it wuz an oily deal an he must N. Shaw and family are spending M. L. Loadholtz, of Jacksonville, Misses Cora Belle and Reba, from -

payed fer it an besides the hed of the I I keep upon it. this week in Plant City visiting' spent Sunday here with his family.Mr. Starke, visited friends here Sunday. Mrs. G. B. Harley, of Dorchester.( "

i house wuz supposed to keep up with Ma and me wuz getting' redy for their son, Clyde.L. and Mrs. G. W. Roberts S. C., and LeRoy Harley, of Charleston -
the times an what wuz goln on in the bed and all of a sudden we herd Pa Morgan and family have moved visitors to Lake Butler were Closing of School S. C., were week-end visitors at
'i country, thet there wuz a lot of state holler help. Ma run out in the room into the Brooks cottage recently vacated Sunday. Today will mark the closing of one the home of Air.: and Mrs. A. II. Ha-
news thet he ought to reed. After where he wuz and lied grachus whats by Mr. Foxworth. of the most profitable terms of school ley.
while Ma looked over Pas shoulder the matter, an Pa ast if she had helpon 1.. R. Gainey and W. W. Brown had Henry Bennett, of Jacksonville, is In Lawtey's history. The average attendance -

IG an ast him if they always printed th her list an Ma sed nobody helpedher business in Alachua Wednesday.Mr. week.R.transacting. business. in Lawtey this has been good, although for i Prof and :Mrs. Lonnie Futch have

state news in the joke collum. Pa but me an Pa sed no no no did Rivers, of Alachua, who is con- the past two months was handicap. returned to their home here, having

jumped up an sed cf she didnt quwit she have the word help on heh list, nected with the Ennis :Motor Co., was II. Smith ped by an epidemic of measles. I finished their term of school in Union -
returned here this
botherln him he would never get it Ma sed yeah an I herd Pa slam his in town Tuesday and Thursday.L. The excellent corps of teachers deserve I county.
week from Jacksonville where he has
red so she could have it. paper down an get up and pase the R. Gainey, E. M. Hazen and B. been great credit in the manner they
spending the past three weeks
MA lied aha oncet herd of a nice lit floor nd begin mumblm.I B. Sapp motored to Starke Thursday. have handled the different depart Col. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins sad
with his family.Mr. .
tie game thet wuz Instrucktive an I wuz dreamln about being a telegraph The farmers around here are very I ments. children, of Starke, were visitors bwe

help ful to play at home aroun the opperator an, there wuz boutto busy distributing fertilizer for cukes, Jones, of Lake Butler, is here I Prof. Wallace O. Duvall, the prin- Wednesday.Mr. -
firside. Pa her what it tomatoes and potatoes.Mrs. cipal, is a graduate of the
o I list wuz an be a train wreck when folks hol- this week finishing the brick work on Young -
Ma sed to take a word an ace how I lerin woke me up an I herd Ma ast Edna Crews has resigned her the new bungalow of Mr. and Mrs.G. Harris College of North Georgia, anda and Mrs. J. B. Dye and J. B.
many other words you could make Pa what time it wus'; an he sed leven. position in the post office and has been W. Roberts. graduate of the normal departmentof Jr., of Jacksonville, spent Saturday
: frum it. Pa Bed thet wuz a foolish ,I She tole him to come on to bed an succeeded by Miss Pearl Green. the University of Florida. He has and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A. 14.

game an thet it mite Interrest wlmen I I Pa sod he had three more words then Several people are sick this week E. J. Roberts-visited relatives in had several years experience as prin- Blanchard.Dr. .
but he had more walty matters to she had but he didnt want her to From the effects of being vaccinated Jacksonville and Baldwin cipal of Florida schools. Mrs. B.
think about.( Ma went an got a peace come aroun botherin him with eny for smallpox and Sunday. Saturday Perkins attended the Georgia state E. L. Biggs, of Starke ... a

of paper an I looked on to help her. : thing of thet kind agen, thet he oughtto Mr. and Mrs 1... R. Gainey, Jose I normal and has had several years experience professional visitor here Thursday.Mrs. .

,/ \_ We' took the word! Telegraph an had be In bed an hour ago an it wuz a phine Chesser, Royce and Everett' J. S. Andrews-, a farm. in Georgia and Florida. Mrs.J. '- ; --
"' made IJlxfy_' words out of it when Pa I, shame to get his mind all wore out Gainey were spend the day visitorsto er here, went to Stuckey prosperous, Tuesday, T. Moore has diplomas from the Annie Brown Barrett of Jacksonville

ast what we/ ,wuz doln. Ma tole him over such a (gum:! thing. I went to Starke Sunday. Feb. 5th, where he was united in mar. John B. Stetson University, and has spent Sunday here with IMF
, I and he led Shaw he wouldnt bother sleep an woke up an herd Pa out in A. L. Green and W. W. Brown were riage with ,Miss Pearl Brantley, 'of several years experience in the Florida mother, Mrs. M. E. Edwards.

I his bed over a simpul thing like thet. th room an thought it wuz time to i attending to business in Jacksonville Starke. Mrs. Andrews is the daughter schools. Mrs. G. W. Roberta is -

Ma tole him she noticed thet he wuz get up when Pa called to Ma' an ast Saturday. of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Brantley a graduate of the normal departmentof Mrs.. A. A. Smith and Mrs. Catherine -
v not botherln his hed bean her Carroll Atkinson and Royce Gainey the Florida State for Teare were visitors to Stark:
soclbul Ma College
over if she hd raw on her list an who formerly lived at Stuckey but women
I ,, Pa ast how many words we had an 'I sed no there warnt no w in telegraph. motored to Waldo Saturday- after* now live at Starke. Their many and holds a Ph. B. from Stetson Wednesday.

Ma sed! sixty. Pa sed thet wuz the I Pe begin to get mad agen an lied of noon. :friend! here wish them a long life of University, and has had experiencein -
Mrs. W.
most fooliahest game he ever herd of all the senceless things' wimen wuz Vascoe Hazen motored to Raiford happiness and prosperity.The North Carolina and Florida. Mrs. V. McLean, of Jacksonville
but we !had thought of the word eat the kraziest to wast there time over Sunday.Mr. George Anderson( is a graduate of the spent seveeal days here last week

I hadn't we Ma sed yes thet was one sech stuf. Howze, of the Hart Furniture sad news of the death of Mr. Lake Butler high school and has had with relatives.Mr. .

of the first ones, an ast him if he'I I here Ma rattlin the tub so I had Co., of Starke, was a business visitor Mills Vann of Sanford, reached hem considerable experience as teacher in
I wanted to see the list we had. Pa better stop. here Monday.R. Sunday. Mr. Vann was a helf-broth- Florida. Miss Daisy Moore attend. and Mrs. Louis Futch of l"aa-"
I E. and A. Hazen visr ed the derbilt, visited relatives here Saturday -
eed he hadnt A. were University of Florida
'I no wuz hungry, an time Yours respectively er of the late George T. Pearce. A. summer
'I l to bother with it enyway. Ma tole BLINKY. tore: to Starke Monday. T. Pearce' went to Sanford and accompanied school in 1922-23, and has had several and Sunday.
_n__ __ Death of M. A. Clemons Jr. the here years experience.Prof. -
The death angel visited the homeof body Tuesday, Duvall met the Woman's Club Mrs. L. M. Baker, of Jacksonville,
where it interred the side of
was by
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Clemons last the first of the is spending a few days here with her
year and asked for a
11IIII; I HAMPTON LOCAL TOWS ITEMSChristian I Thursday night and took their nine- years his brother.here but Mr.most Vann of spent the time a few he donation of books for the school library father, Otis Rhoden.

months old son, M. A. Jr. lived in Sanford, where be was a and fund for equipping a labo
The little fellow's death Is mourn ratory. In response to this request Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Andrew sad
owner. His relatives have
Church ProgramThe 1 Emory Priest, of Green Cove, was I ed by two sisters, father and mother the: sympathy of the entire commun $100 was appropriated, which was Mr. and Mrs. Adam Andrews moed ,--

following program was rendered a business visitor here this week. and a host* of other relatives and Ity. supplemented by a like sum by the to Williston Friday.C. .
at the Christian church Friday friends. The remains were laid to school board, which insures sufficient

night, at the usual hour: Mrs. D. W. Moore and daughter, rest Friday afternoon in New Hope Tom Thumb Wedding equipment for science instruction the C. McCormick, of Waldo ... a

Subject, Following Jesus-A Great Daisy, of Theressa, were shoppinghere cemetery. The Tom Thumb wedding which next term. A total of 500 volumes of' visitor here Sunday.W. .

Victory-His Temptation. Tuesday.Mrs. Mrs. G. W. Hazen received a message was given at the school auditorium books were donated, for which the I' -
Leader, Gladys Allgood.Song. Saturday morning announcing attended 1 entire school faculty and all concerned L. Home, of Louise, was a vY-
Friday evening, was largely
I W. B. Alexander and daughter the death of her mother, Mrs. Mack and very much enjoyed by all who I extend thanks. itor here Sunday.Mr. .

Scripture lesson, Matthew 4:1-11: Miss Wilma and W. A. Wilson Lewis, of Miami. Mrs. Lewis was a were there. Following is the cast of
was read by the leader, after which motored to Alachua Sunday.W. resident of the Brooker section for characters: and Mrs. W. M. Bryan visited
prayer was offered by Mrs. W. H. many years and has many friends Bride-Vifll' Miller. relatives in Starke Sunday.

i f Griffin. E. Daugherty, of Starke, attended who sympathize with the bereaved Groom-Frank Brown Wainwright -
Scripture readings, Tempted by services at the Christian last ones. Mrs. Hazen left Saturday af- Minister-Louis H. Hill Jr. I Lonnie and Melvin Prescott, el

) men, trying to trap Jesus, Temptedin Sunday evening. ternoon for Miami to attend the fu- Best Man-John Arthur, Torode. 0"I, \)) \ Highland, were transacting business
all things, Savior of the tempted, neral. 1 In town Thursday.
0 Maid of Honor-Rose Mary Rowe.
resist temptation, escape from temp Mrs. H. B. Wiggins, of Starke, wasa Ring Bearer-Monnie Andrews. rt i ia -
I tation. visitor here this week. MEETING OF WOMAN'S CLUB Bridesmaids-Mary Lucile Torode L. M. Baker, of Jacksonville warn
Il Sentence prayers by all. a Sunday visitor here with relati_
Guilds Marie Thede, Reba Griffls and
Readings on the subject by Emma A charming and interesting event Wednesday afternoon the membersof Jewell Boyer. -
: Johnson, Gertrude Allgood, Estella took place at the auditorium last Fri- the Woman's Club held an interesting Ushers-Edward Wainwright and aYUMt Ed Durban and Elam Rhoden __
i Hobby. "njWfllim day evening when the Senior B. Y. P. meeting. The class in parlia- Sumter Harley. visitors to the state farm Saturday.A. .
, Reading, When to Say No-Mrs. U. entertained the Waldo union. The -
, mentary law met at 2:30: and had an Father and mother of the bride-
W. II. Grlffln. stage was decorated with lovely pot. Instructive lesson under the direction Vann Burney and Mary Virginia Bar : H. Harley, of Louise, spent s...
I';_ ,/ Reading, Garments Once Torn- ted ferns. Interesting games con- of Mrs. H. II. Young. At three ber. I day with his family.

I Mrs. J. II. Saxon. sisting of cake, fruit punch were o'clock the regular business meetingwas I Grandfather and Grandmother ,

i I" Reading, The Door of Idleness-- served. held, with the president, Mrs. N. Thumb-Richard Thede and Abbie I j I, Miss Ruby Reddish, of Stark,

Mrs. Frank Johnson. D. Wainwright, presiding.A Harley. i spent Sunday here with her grandmother
a Song. Mr. Richenson and family of Sampson -I rising vote of thanks was givento Grandfather and Grandmother Mid- ,' Mrs. Louise Lowery.
Minutes of last meeting. and roll City, have made our town their Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lazone and get-Howard Miner and Doris Tracy. I .

1 call. I home. They are located on J. H. Mr. Robert Demorest, also the entire Groomsmen-Billy Barber and Paul YUMlYUM! BIDS OPEN

I Benediction in unison. Saxon's truck farm outside of town. cast, for the play put on for the ben. Miller. i iI !

efit of the club, and to the local thea :I Bachelor friends of groom-William '' The town council of the town of
The W. M. U. of the Baptist church Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Jones and his
tre management for the of the .
use Wooten, John Godwin and Chas. Starke, Fla., will receive sealed bids
recently elected the following officers mother motored to Keystone Heights Fresh Hot Bread
building. It was decided to make a Howe. : up to 7:30 o'clock p. m. February 18>!,
for this year: Sunday afternoon. charge of $2.50 for all private par- :I i Bachelor friends of bride-Hugh 9 o'clock 1924, for the installing of sewer laterals
President, Mrs. W. B. Alexander. ties who use the club house, but no Andrews and Billy Wainwright. on the streets to be Improvedby (
Vice president, Mrs. V. B. Wheeler. II. B. Wiggins, county superintendent Hot Rolls
charge for church or community af-, Old maids-Dolly Dinkins, Beatrice the highway passing through the
Secretary, Carine Wheeler. was here Tuesday. fairs.Mrs. Miner and Carrie Howe. i iI 10 o'clock town. Bids are required for the labor -
Treasurer Mrs. M. L.: Watterson.The .
W. E. Middleton chairman of :
I I Relatives and guests at wedding as the town will furnish the
W. M. U. has adopted the name Mrs. W. D. Roper, of Jacksonville, health committee, arranged to havean Estella Barrett, Doris Burney, Louise Every Day, Made in Starke Pipe lines to be 6 inch. pipe.
of gold and silver. They met at the was called to the bedside of her mother -
instructive the
program, speakerof Thede, Marie Green, Ruth Rowe, Les- C. F. HOOVER
home of Mrs. A. A. Durden Wednesday Mrs. Elsie Sparkman who has ,
the afternoon being Dr. B. L. Arms
lie Griffis, Estella Whitley, Edwin Bakery C. A. FUTCH, ChairaaB.
evening with a large attendance. been ill.
very an employe of the state board of Torode, Billy Edwards, Clayton Green Town Cleric. 2-8-t

health. Dr. Arms spoke especially on Henry Wainwright and Dan _._
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I I Rev. Jones will fill his regular appointment John Grincr, of Brooklyn, was attending smallpox diphtheria, hookworm, flies I j| Musical during the ,- ------ --- -- --
program evening -
here next Sunday morningand to business here this week. I
and mosquitoes. He explained that
I Love You Truly-Estella Bar
evening. At the evening servicehe the state board of health was! readyto rett. GET YOUR
will preach from the subject, "01. Rev. Wheeler, of Plant City, delivered help all schools or communitiesIn MONEY PROMPTLYINMAN

vine Healing." interesting sermons at the their fight against these foes to
I I. I Christian church Sunday morning health. I m. Sunday. The new commandmentis & RITCH

The B. Y. P. U. will render a very and evening. His services were en- Mrs. D. E. Knight, with Mrs. F. H. the standard by which all churches REPRESENT THE BEST LEADING

interesting program at 7 p. m., the joyed. Long as accompanist delighted her should be measured, and in this stan INSURANCE COMPANIES FIRE
subject being A Few Fundamentalsof audience by singing Norwegian Cra- dard nearly all churches are poor and ACCIDENT LIFE, AUTOMOBILE.

Our Faith. Special music will be Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Johnson haveas die Song by Morel. deficient. But some are making progress :! BONDS, LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS

rendered. Everybody invited to attend their guests this week their daughter Hostesses for the afternoon were and for such progress every MADE PROMPTLY

both services. Mrs. McKinsey, of Rawley. S. C. Mrs.! E. S. Matthews, Mrs. W. E., pastor is genuinely thankful. -
Middleton and Mrs. T. C. Morris. Delicious Bible school at 10 a. m. -
j Owing to the union memorial ser "ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR-HE KNOWS"For
refreshments of chicken sandwiches -
I.BROOKER'S LOCAL NEWS ITEMS vice in honor of ex-President Wilson over 35 the E. O. "
raisin sandwiches, tea and year Printer Fertilizer Company hat fumi.bed FlorIda
coffee Wire served in the son parlor. the sermon on "What Is Motherhood"was irewer with fertilizer The centidued patronage of ip.rin<.d growers five
deferred until next Sundav- night. I,Drool of satisfactory realty.. I
Feb. Mlsa Lorene T. B. rinholiter to at 7:30 m., when we hope to have ,!,11 1
15.- I: was attending I CHURCH OF CHRISTI p. I COULD settee fERTILKKa: : HI MAD8 WB WOUD >MA.U IT.
R"f''rf. anent the week bunlnp in Crosse Saturday morn. I I many mothers present I
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Hazen. I G. B. Colson and family motored to subject for the sermon at 11 a. I E. 0. Painter Fertilizer. Jacksonville
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