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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 22, 1924
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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BASKET BALL I, s.a.I'IWUl'CE' GOING FORWARD ] I SPRING :MINSTREL: COMING j i I PRESIDENT: ACCEPTS: IJKSIGi -
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18-YEAR-OLD SLEW
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Oa last Thursday evening the mu- Cabbage and carrots are shipped [For the benefit of the Woman's -

nicipal basket ball five which has just from here daily. The beets the tops PARENTS AND SISTERS Club, !Monday\ evening, March 3rd, Quits Under Fire Despite (l>ovl ratio' .
been organized played in their first of which froze down some time ago I at the Gaiety! Theatre there will bea i 1 of Hanging On

scheduled game. The IndependentFive now have new tops and are shipped special Attraction in the form of a

from Keystone Heights were in the regular beet crates. A large :CALMLY: TELLS OFFICERS HOW Frank told he police that he huarvnlufd spring minstrel. Twenty charming !1 Washington F-: ID. :
-Edwin B.
a their opponents. The game was held I shipment went forward Wednesday HE COMMITTED CHIMES I long before the tiro in which young Indies and! six black faced comedians Donby has

on the Walnut street court which haa afternoon.On his sisters were burned to death that compose the minstrel. They I I the resigned as secretary of
I navy and his resignation
!" been wired and is brilliantly lighted that day a crate of strawberrieswas St. Petersburg Feb. :20.! -Full and they were the anti-Christ element b,. will give some of tho latest songs and accepted boon

with electricity. The home team pre- also sent off, the first since the complete confession of the murder of his. family and that he must removt. dances, also readings and choruses in I After

sented a well oiled machine that func- freeze gathered by one grower alone. his father and mother here last night them. He said he went into tho room costume by little girls. I Rememberthe I j er would! !repeatedly quit the navy declaring under he tho eef-Ore

tioned with lightning speed on their Rev. Elliott Williams was the grower. and his two sisters in Decatur, Ga., where they were sleeping and threw date-March 3rd. j those who criticised
I" him for his
,4e various plays and some of the prettiest -: a year ago: was made here this af- gasoline over their bed und then took in the oil
leasing
basket ball ever seen in Starke ; All the signs now are of spring.The ternoon by Frank McDowell according tire from the fireplace and set the TIn: BRIDGE I secretary notified, President matter the

was displayed. Although the score I farmers are busy plowing and ) to Chief of Police Coslick. gasoline ablaze. lie said he then ran thin Coolidge
morning that he
was a little lop-sided it doesn't really planting. Besides the usual truck a Frank told police that when he was out of the room after locking tho The floor! of the Alligator bridge II step out. His was ready U

indicate the excellent work that the' good-sized acreage of watermelonswill 12 years oM, hey, committed a Kin door leading from the house and( after has been Ipid and back filling at tho announcemenfollowoil -
telephone
Keystone team put up. They were be planted in the expectationthat (against the Holy Ghost and l ever since he got out locked the other door I bulkheads is going on. The remaining the,| president and conference betwcva

right: in there scrapping from the the road forces will bo heavy then there had been an anti-Christ which opened into tho yard. I work is the banisters and u sheet in which all the latest Secretary Denby
s first to last whistle making the game buyers. clement in his family and he felt he According to neighbors of tho Mc lot asphalt, which will make tho floor situation aspects of the
were talked
one of intense interest all the way. had to remove it. He said that last J Dwells Frank hud a reputation of i water tight. This bridge has been light of information over in tie

The work of the Starke five in this WHAT C. E. STANDS FOR night: soon after his father and mother bring erratic. On the table in his ha' itt with the greatest ('nre. and is onate presented the

game indicates that they are goingto went to bed the anti-Christ became room there were several books on philosophy so strong that if rails were laid( uponit republican Investigating leaders in tho committee and

develop into one of the speediest Christian Endeavor can help our 'dominant and he got his pistol and and one "Th Quest for ono of the heavy Seaboard engines Other officials senate.

filet in this part of the state. Fred church by the unfolding of the religious shot hit father and his mother. They Souls," was particularly notlcable could( cross it with naft-ty. President Coolidge! were und consulted by

i Moore with his spead and uncanny life of the young people. When were to him not his father and mother here, were three different/ pages containing derstood to have advised they were un

." ability at hitting the basket was the Dr. Francis E. Clark organized the he said but the anti-Christ. Ho book murks. On each page tIIS.IIIHlUl'UN; ENTERTAINS view of the emburasHment him that la

outstanding star and as a pivot man C. E. he did not mean it was an end said he shot his rather and then his there was a chapter or sentence dealing I. I READING CIRCLE result from hat might

will put the Starke five in the running I of itself and if it is, we do not needit mother and fired five shots, all that with death or of an exotic nature while retaining !Mr. Denby la 1 1odlee
the
( with any team. Wall and Kick-i because we have enough organizations were in his weapon. Then he went similinr' to the crimes he committed. !j Mrs. W'. K.: MM.;.lie ton entertained are in oil annulment suit
his
liter at forward showed the stuff that I in the churches today. It is not back to boil This was early noon Mrs. Della Putman K2:! years old 1. |: the rending circle of the Methodist, j be accepted.progress! resignation should

would worry any opposing set of i of man alone it presents to us the (after 10 o'clock. He said he woke mother of the murdered woman slept missionary) society Monday afternoon Not onto is ho
guards, while Crosby and Moore at true service to which the young peo- I up later when it began to rain and in the house throughout the trugedy. ut her home on N. Walnut street leases, having affixed a party to the oil

guard forced Keystone to take prac- ple have responded. C. E., in a measure realized what he had done and that She is: slightly deaf and! it was nut After the lesson Mrs. I). K. Knight along with that his signature
of Albert
tically all of their shots at the bas- is a part in answer to the prayer there might be consequences. So he until tho bodies were found that skis chnrminirl.v sin.c Cam > Song by he R Fall, but
repeatedly has !
ket from a distance. when Jesus prayed that we mightall said he got up and went to the kitchen was notified. She bore up bravely Liourancv, and a Scotch song entitled In tho defended his part
I proceedings
Pangborn was the outstanding star be as one being, as He and His and bumped his head against a lifter learning of the catastrophe and Sweet Maggie, by !Matthews thepinna publicly\ since the and has declared

for Keystone Heights and but for his Father are one. C. E. represents to shelf and then have the alarm to was taken to the home of a neighbor. accompaniment being played by arose that he present controversy -
stellar) work the score would un- us the growth of an ideal. It stand neighbors. There was nothing! she could add to, Sim. A. Z. Adkins. The hostess assisted tracts legal believed tho con-
doubtedly have been higher. I for union and for these reasons no turned Sisters to. Death tho story. : by her daughter Miss\ Hazel, pursue the and would f be willing U
other organization can do the and Mn I"'. 11. Long, served a ,salad same course again.
Following is the same
line-up: _... .-. ... ... ... It hits been pointed out to the
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Starke ((24)) Position Keystone I and succeed. Any Christian p ?'- that
Wall F Tabert I, son can take an active part in C. E., SCOUT" FISH FRY :MRS. NEFF KNTKRTAINKI: : ) K. h.KI.UH Those taking part I in the afternoon's tent It might appear Inconsis
to have
Kickliter F Mack k 'for it is not denominational, but it I 'study! were Memlamcm (!truce Ford a member of the cabinet t
t I does stand firm for : I ____ I II IA. W. AmlerHon! A. Z. Ailkins holding these views remain, In once,
Moore C Davis the spirit of Jesus Scout Troop one gave a fish fry at I II I D. K.: while the administration
Crosby G Pangborn the Christ and Ills teachings. their cabin on Crosby lake Friday I Friday' afternoon at her home on Knight, L. A. Davis J. W. White ILL : its counsel itself thru

''Moore G Lawrence I Therefore for it to reach the hearts evening, the affair being in celebra- I Walnut street, Mrs. E. K. Nell pn- '! UigffH, E.: K. ferryman F. H. Long to annul the, was moving in the court
I df tertalned the K. 1 K. I Kluh. For this L. C. Ray G. C. looses on the ground
|I people so it can stand as a living tion of the fourteenth anniversary of I 'I Sweat W. 10. Mid that they
were mailn
't The Ladies Auxiliary of the Pros ( expression for the upbuilding of Thy the Scout organization in America. pretty affair American Hcauty roses I clliHon Minxes Olive and, Amelia Ray. ity of law. without author
Kingdom. I were used for decoration also the The circle will meet the third Mon
i byterlan church will hold a pantry The troop consists of thirtyt"opromising The first\ in
{ valentine idea carried out in day in Marrh step these legal
with
was !hireI\ I n.I F.. Knight pro-
sale on Saturday Feb. 23, at 2 p. m. SEWING I young Americans, and they making the rooms attractive. rrcdings is injunction suits! to prevent
PARTY more -- -
Look for good things for Sunday din- hiked to their in the afternoonand ( further
camp pumping In tho
At the close of thc bridge KHIIIO IL llll,\Y LUNCHEON: Teapot Dome
ner in Hull's store window on the Miss Jeannette; Matthews; a I later were joined by their parents was found that Mrs. (>. M. Inman had and! California oil rescrvss which are
above date. gave Scout officials and a few invit- to I bo, instituted
delightful newin party at her homo I ,made high and was prewcnteil with a Mrs. David Riley, of North Branch, by special counsel
ed gUests! the party about selected the
numbering by
on Ninth street Wednesday after- handpainted bud vase Mrs. K. H. Michigan, and Mrs. F. A. Scott gavea president probably
one hundred and fifty. today.
noon. Matthews rflnde low and was given a birthday luncheon Friday at one

McAdoo Refreshments of pineapple whip The appetizing spread consisted of hand-painted vinegar cruet.; I''i. m., at the home IIc\' Mr. and Mrs.
Explains and cream, devil's food cake nut an abundance of fried fish corn bread 1 The hostess served a delicious ice I Scott, on Ninth street. Mrs Groceanti

maccaroons and ice tea were nerved. fried sweet potatoes and delicious course with angel food cake the val- Ford !Mrs. E. S. Matthews were
s Those enjoying the afternoon with +I coffee. All bowed their head while entine idea being carried out in all i invited to join in the festivities Mrs. President'sL Choice

! Miss Matthews were Mrs. E. M. I i,Rev. L. W. Kickliter returned thanks ;I the appointments of the dainty re- : Riley's birthday anniversary is the

-' Johns Miss Hilda Struth Mrs. A. Z. for the bountiful spread, then Scoutmaster fre hmentK. Throughout the game 17th inst., !Mrs. Scott's the 1 Ith inst..

Adkins Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Miss Ma Brownlee called on the boys hume-madu candy was served on the Mrs Matthews' the Iflth'/ Inst., IlIIel
bel Weller and Miss Hilda Lewis, of to repent the Scout oath, which Is as ,card tobies. Mrs. NefF was assisted Mrs. Ford's the 20th of January.

a.b Jasper. follows: :!in serving by Mrs. O. C. (;Collins MM. As one of her /gifts Mrs. Scott re

"On my honor I will do my best-- 'A. S. Crews Mrs. Will lilakely. ceived a large beautifully iced pound

r THANKS BOY SCOUTS ANI 1. To do my duty to God and my The guests were Mesdamrs O. L. cake, which formed a renter piece for

I rI LEADER country, and to obey tho Scout law; HuyncB, F. I,. Turner G. A. Collins the dining table. Valentines were
'''I,'. F." Stump N. Stcrnherg, A. SCrews used for place cards. Thq luncheon
2. To help other
, I wish in behalf of the citizens of times; people at all ,' O. L. Beanley, S. L. Peek E. consisted/ of chicken pie peas, cream

Starke to extend to the Scout boys S. Matthews, Will Blakely G. M. Sis- potatoes salad hot rolls applo pie
and their leader Mr. H. L. Brownlee 3.: To keep myself physically trunk G. M. Inman, C. A. Fetch, J. with cheese, cake tea and coffee.

our sincere thanks for the excel- strong, mentally" awake and morally W. Andrews, Jr., Misses Mabel Weilor Covers were laid for six, besides tha

II I lent fish fry given us at their campon straight. Aileen Alvarez Jeannette Mat honor guests there being Mr. Riley L
,I Crosby lake Friday light The In this splendid work with the boys thews. and Mr. Scott.TELEGRAPH'S. oow TccForet.'r

rcwf rc boys acquitted themselves in a fine Scoutmaster Brownlee has E. K. Por- IH'iuiK iiilUSenator AtlimrmmTriif

! William U McAdoo ormer Scc- manner in assisting the ladies in preparing ryman and John Powell as assistant; I I I Erection: of another hotel at Miami / HONOR ROLL dent CiHtlMnp or Otilo special, nniiiixl comiwl by I'rent-with

! before elary of Treasury, who appeared and serving the meal to tho troop committee, F. A. Scott, J. F. will begin as soon as the ground can II. S drawn of (;i>lrnico to proneCIIIP -

t plain fees the paid Senate the Committee law firm of to which ex large number attending.The KickliUr and l. II. Ritch; local troop I be prepared for starting the work. Names of Those Who Paid Sub.crlp- HID CVilcrrtl InvextlKntlun 1*

. he IS a member by the Doheny oil fine thing about the entertainment council S. S. Dowling, r. A. Fetch, SO by 00 feet at First street and Second lion During January the oil leas> seau Isl.

companies. i was that every white church J. T. Quigley T. N. Limbaugh and J. i avenue will cost in tho neighborhood I

i organization in Starke was represented M. Brownlee. of $1,000,000 it i j" stated.. A. F. Petterson, F. M. Witt C. C.
ROLL. OF. TIn: II. II. H.--
in the gathering making It a -- == "i Norman F. A. Andrews C. A. Futch
very pleasant occasion. Mr. Brown- O. II. Bennett J. I). Stannt-11, J. II. I..TIIIONTII!
CIRCLE No. 2 MEETS lee deserves great credit for the excellent -- IBT1 m --in LJiumnm T.n ...,. T in Ritch Mr. B. II. /Hopson, Ury Reddish

manner in which he is train- r Scene of Illinois Wet and Dry Warfare Dr. E. I.. Biggs J. Frank Tho- First grade Ed: Nelf, Jr., Joe Edwards
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Circle No. 2 of the W. M. U., of the ing the boys belonging to his troop; man, K. M. Nix, .'. F. Stump, 10:. U.Uielllng Martha Powell Edith Thorn!

Xtaptiat church met at the home of he is laying the foundation for mak- "- ,, VV. M. Hurrell, W. Ellery; ton, Mabel Thornton Leo Edwards,

Mrs. T. M. Liiubuugh on Monday afteruuon. ing useful and honorable citizens of IDnvIs, A. J. (GrlfJIs Mrs. Susan Wills, Juckson, Rivers, Dorothy White, Dorothy -
After the business of the them. l'W. S. Johns J. \. Mitchell, J. N. Swanbom Louise 1 and Louie!

Circle was transacted, an interestingand This occasion made me think of that | Norman J. C. MrJunklnw. A. A. Dyal Brown. Miss Olive flay teacher.

uiiorming program was conducted beautiful Psalm "Behold how good I IA. H. Shaw, Mrs. R. T. Jones Mrs. Second gradu S. R. Johns Jr.,

by the Circle: teacher Mrs.' J. J. and pleasant it is for brethren to I''A. Stcinecker, A. Hercules Mrs. Wm. Paulineliner.! Stanley Bennett Martha

lh len. The topic being the Seminole dwell together in unity." Kanimervr, R. E. Hnrnsby A. II. Brownlee, Sinclair Peek, Jr. Miss

Indians, attention was given especially L. W. KICK LITER. (Johns, N. G. Hayes W. 11. Alexander Kind irillin, teacher.

to the history, life and death II. O. Brown, Mrs. W. A. Stewart Third grade'-Mary Brownie., Margaret -

of the. late chief, Jack Tigertail. On UNION COMMISSIONERS VISIT Mrs. Anna Saxon .;. D. Card Jesse Brown Lucile Edward! Mies

display was an Indian child's dress, STARKE AND Thomas, John Shriver J. !M. Minton Jessie Thomas. teacher.
MACCLENNY
:, and pictures of the chief big wife o IJ.I W. Lewis, E. L. Prescott Mrs. 11. Fourth grade-Joo Brown Paul(

and other objects, depicting the home H14k I B. Weest, N. D. Walnwrlght, Jr., G. Duboni, I'auline Dubose Raymona
life of the chief. Commissioners S. M. Dukes G. W. W. Robert, Mrs. Cleone Dowling/ S. Watkins, Annie Varm-s. Miss N 'lli*

I These objects were kindly loaned Spires C. Douberly and Clerk of the J. Prescott E. L. Crosby A. Bryan Stearns teacher.
Court S. T. Dowling went Mrs M. J, } lUrmas Fifth Delia Williamson
by Miss Olive Ray, and a vote of appreciation to Starke Fouts LeClaire, grade-
and thanks were extended and Macclenny last Monday to look T. N. Kendrick O. T. Nelson, II. James Richard Wainwright Thomas

to her for aiding in making the meet. into the condition and appointment Kerr Mrs. S. J. Kelly B. S. Edward Williams. Miss Isabel Bullen teacher. -

. ing such an interesting one. of jails -at those places. The objectof .. F. M. Crew. W. R. Whitehead E. II. .
A social time and refreshments followed the visit was to find the mistakes Carter W. T. Weeks A. B. Steele l Sixth grade-Leila Dea Andrews

and these were greatly enjoyed if any made in building those jails 111 _" j F. M. Norman W. N. Lindscy, Mr. Iris Brown Wilma Edwards Dora
by the ladies. and to avoid such errors in building I Edward L. Brown W. M. Redding, B. Manning Thelma Silcox Kvely:

one for Union county. They STo F. Finley, O. J. Phillips Mrs. D. D. Strickland Alpheua Meade, Louise

I wished to learn what improvementscould Dy.l, A. O. Strickland, A. B. Alvarez, Hayes, Clara Louise Peek June Bul
A CORRECTION !
be made without adding to the r'af S. J. Futch. len. Miss Mildred Crosby teacher.

estimated cost In other words they x ,+e Seventh grade: -Edna Strickland.!

J. M. Mitchell has received the fallowing wish to get all data necessary to build AT THE ICE FACTORYThe Ruth Steinberg Holli Bower. E.

telegram from the Smithsonian a modern structure suitable for this I Thornqusst, teacher.

Institution, which explains itself: county avoid serious mistakes, and 75-h. p. Diesel engine: has now Eighth /grade Ruth Bower. Mr.
"Computer squabola used left handed learn from experience of others what been connected with the machineryfor B. McGruder teacher.

man's glasses by mistake. Calcu- they would now do if they were to making lee at the local factory, Ninth grade-Gus-sle Mae Bennett

lated time toi hatching eggs bj build again. The commissioners were uo wfw and the Corliss engine formerly used Cleavy Norman. Mr*. S. S. Dowl!

Squabola Ananias instead of Sqaa- highly satisfied with what they learn- has. been partly dismantled but can ing, teacher.
bola Munchausenia. Real time forhatching ed and the trip was one which will I'pper picture straws part of tho 17fK state trootm! rushed. to llerrtnIlllnol be made useful again in a case of Twelfth grade-Blanche AldarmalltIrlII
\ .. 10or., order In Williamson County In the war between
of eggs is 13 m. April 1, probably result in an intelligent expenditure mergency./ The new engine 4ues Epperson. Isabel Fernandez, Eta
-Vrji": and """ .,.. and which are sold to t* Kn "Kim'' Klsn" and i
Kaa? .uatrwa..t. ." -Lnion Coui.ty Tim**. roart house at Urrn.i,. mii was uuu r control of tinl'r. >s" satisfaction.. / Mi4. i. t.. Wit..", .. .
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1j PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA


.' THE DEADLY: DRINK dee to do the right thing. Many, ..-1, -'.-.-.i ..-...._..--- \scientists believe that they found then]
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I and indeed I hope most of us, who ) source of the invisible ray in the bigwireless I,
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:0.::;: at Nauen, Germany. j
that did s plant
They've planted J. Josephus Jlnkl1 served, like to feel we ao ,
we ne'er shall sea him more; he from a sense of duty, of chivalry. If .'." I Grim prospect, the next world war! I bt
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bought himself illicit drinks at Bat- I you please, because our consciences fi Tampa Tribune. I j
'Wln '. Bootleg/ Store. I often warned prompted us to do it. To accept a > !' Stpo1't
him when we met to shun the bootleg bonus for the faithful performance :t f ft NEWSJ'AI'EUS TO HE HANDLED
a I service would I j SAME: AS FIRST CLASS :MAIL .
craft; I said, "Your craw Is always of such a privileged LoSe
wet with beakers you have hardly recompense us for the loss in t ___ i. ",-' I J1 I e ,
quaffed; you've had a wondrous run i morale occasioned by the thoughtthat .-1 ..."'"".'".' 4- t J"r: '\" I.! I As a result of several months of 'j t

of luck, which cannot last alway, and we considered ourselves merely '.4' .... /s I I Investigation and study by experts of !

in the undertaker' truck you'll ride, an paid servants risking our lives because \ J. .t..t.:; ..;.:...o\J'.! the post office department, Postmaster -
upon a day." lIe said, "My works are \ we hired out with that in view 4 t .' 'I General New has issued the first of the Food Value

copper lined, they bear a guarantee; instead of doing& so because of a de- \ definite, concise and complete program / -

there Is no liquor, you will find can sire to fight for the right, for the I that has ever been put out by I

put a crimp In me. Let sissy men homefolks, and for the flap we all < |, the department for the mailing, the I '
avoid the tin and walk the templar's love so well. 110. It: ,, transmission and delivery of news- I Your

road; they're lined with cheaper In the second place the ex-service Fred G; Bonfili. publisher of the papers. II of takings I
in Denver Post, who was called before This order Is most important. It
erodes of tin'' that liquor! might cor- men as a class would not benefit
:rod. I do not like to see the younff the long run, from such a money reward the to explain Senate Investigating his interests Committee in Teapot! I! is far reaching, It gives the some I II

their time to booze devote, but I have and indeed they do not need it I Dome oil and! dupoial of leant* to I expedition to newspapers as is accorded Plain flour has a ]large amountof

whiskers on my tongue, asbestos In now. They may have at the time of Harry F. Sinclair, the oil magnetA to first class mail. I food value but it must be

my throat. lie made that day hm their army discharge but by now the The order \is the result of painstaking I combined with good baking

': dally trek, and poured Homo booze In- men have shaken down to the station NEW WAit SECRET ( effort on the part of the post of- powder in order to retain this I .

side. then wound his legs around bis in life they are best qualified to fill. fire inspectors, under the direction of' value. f;

neck and yelled three times and died. A small money compensation will not Beginning Just about a year ago : First Assistant Postmaster General v Most self rising flours
And other wights may wot and wist be of material or lasting benefit. ,at this time, French airplanes operating 'Cartlett. Carefully worded and minute | because are do not
successful : they not
that they have copper flues, but hu- Those who are poor business ml"nl in Germany suddenly became instructions have been issued toi i raise the bakings to the
man works can't long resist the poisoned who need it most, will very soon lose helpless in the air and were forced to all employees engaged in handling lightness. This proper r
means a certain
i bootleg booze.-\Vult Mason it because they are poor business men I I land. This Invariably happened until the mails, so that there will be no i loss of nutrition because !

in The American Issue. !More capable men can make their 20 French planes were lost. In possibility of misunderstanding the ;> they are heavy and hard:::
own way without assistance. I I each case the German government Importance of getting:' newspapers! to digest. to'v I

,,j NAVY RECRUITING ON:- QUALITY Third, any increased taxation would confiscated the plane and refused to the reader with a minimum of delay. ;

almost inevitably be a blow to busi- I let it be examined. When enough of The essence of the order is that 1 Every time you eat food that

United States navy recruiting ac- nesM and thereby to the prosperity of I the "accidents" occurred to convincethe newspapers shsnll not be mixed with I does not properly digest you

tivities throughout the state or Flor- the country which means In a general French they were more than parcels post at any point \In their do not get the full nutritional

ida were at a standstill during the way our own prosperity. As a coun- I queer! their secret service agents discovered dispatch from the publishers' offices value you are over-taxing:

period January 11 to February S, try we cannot afford to pay a bonus.A the Germans had had an until their delivery to the addre'trees. I your stomach. Nourishing and .

while the navy department at Wash few months of business! depression electrical ray by which they could Papers! shall be handled by th"m- perfect bakings are what good

ington was busy drawing up plans would more, than offset any personal I stop any mechanical motor or device selves and kept I in Constant transit, I health demands. The one sure

for recruiting men on the quality bas gain occasioned by the passage of a I and blow up any ammunition depot. I I not being sent to railway terminals way is-use pure flour and

is. Quality basis means that applicants bonus bill. I{ The ray is hurled through th air by to be reworked. In other word, they I good baking powder.

for enlistment In the navy! must So from a sentimental standpoint:j wireleH and is invi..ihle. Vigorous are to be handled in the same manner .
Jit you want to find what thou. '
be men who have been an asset to we ought not to strive for a money drnml of poiMe Hing sui h war device as first class mail. sands of
housewives have
the community In which they are residing reward. From a practical standpoint omen from Germany, hut the French An important feature of the order learned-make some biscuits

; they must be trustworthy, the ones who need it would not be Id that no publication shall' be given with self-rising flour then

intelligent, able, of good: moral character helped, and the others don't need help HalfyowlivfagVfithoutUtmeyGosl' any lens efficient or less expeditious make some with good plain

and physically fit. The U. S. And from an economic standpoint we i treatment than at present. That flour and Calumet Baking Powder

navy offers, to the right men, opportunities can't afford it. means that publications other than -notice thegreatdifference.

no firm\ in civil life can possibly Let our reward be not money or newspapers will not suffer one iota One trial will satisfy you. Your

offer. One of the biggest Is opportunitity but rather an easy con- from this progressive/ innovation by health demands that you make
that tho secretary of the navy appoints science over a duty faithfully per- You can make It easily at home. the post olllce department. the experiment.
Hastings' Seeds, Plant and Bulbs ,
hundred formed.I Another striking feature of the
annually one men the South all or-
"The Standard of are
11 from the enlisted personnel of the write this as one of Uncle Sam's tully described with hundreds of actual der i is the elimination of sacks of Those who know-millions of

navy to the U. S. naval school at Annapolis soldiers who was not called on to risk photographic pictures In the new 1921' mail which are known to the business I housewives, domestic scienceteachersbighotelsrestaurants.

)\ Maryland. Preparatory his life, but who volunteered with the Seed Book of the South. This new world as mixed mail. Sacks of mixed .
nrhooln are conducted to tutor men knowledge that ho would be called on Hastings' Seed Catalog Is the great- mail sometimes contain letters pa- bakeries and railroads will not

> for the entrance examination. The when needed. published est and most for the useful South Seed You Look need ever It, pers and parcels post, and often the use anything but Calumet the

navy conducts schools for the training I trust that Willie J. Jones Post and we want you to bave It entirely entire contents were treated as parcels I Economy Baking Powder.

of men Jn most any trade you will go on record as opposed to a free.We post. Ths order wll prevent a Play safe-us Calumet and
might mention, including electrician, bonus bill, an I believe this is the are also xlvlng. ; to each 1924 recurrence of that condition. flour. ?
plain It is the most economical
t machinist, boilermaker, radiomen, ,most manly position to take. customer I 5 SEED! PACKETS of Another important feature of the and
satisfactory
ABSOLUTELY
FLOWERS
BEAUTIFUL
carpenter and many others too numerous Sincerely yours, FREE. The new Catalog tells all order is that postmasters are required where light wholesome and ,
to print. Particulars regarding LENTHALL WYMAN. for the to notify publishers in each in- .
ri about It and gives "e\tory care I pure foods are desired. ,
: pay promotion, et! ., may be obtained consideration of the buyer for purchasIng stance when they do not hit the dispatch -
by calling: in person or writ- and planting seeds, bulbs and : which they advertise to hit; al- PACKED IN TIN

ing to any one of the following: stn plants," says the Seed World Re- so to notify publishers when they are -KEEPS STRENGTH IN
view. We want you to have and addresses and, to
tlons: Navy Recruiting Station Jack- sending to wrong
J
keep the wonderful new Seed Book
1 ponvllle, Ocala, Palatka, Tampa, W. __ In your home for ready reference at tho addresses of deceased persona.
Palm Beach, Miami Orlando all times Write for It now. A post- Publishers will also be notified when
I NWU'RG RI6N7 6AMANTHA, card will do It will come to you by they are putting up their mail in an

1 1JONU9:- LOT'S OP KEN ARE RICE return mall Incorrect manner. will be made up in separate sacks Ind passenger rates ever charged the
DOES! NOT FAVOR BAD pGtii S: ';TAI l9-THEY H. 0. HASTINGS ATLANTA.CO.,GA.SEEDSMEN,I Under the new system, newspapers plainly labeled with the word "news'I I: American people for transportation

571:1( TOll /V07YIriJrt papers." If there are only a few : the government operated the
service-
Starke, Fla.. l ('b. 10, 11B.: _____ __
\ of at he. of I! roads loss of
Adjutant, Willie J. Jones Post No. .. copies newspapers point at a $15,000,000 per

00, American U Dear Sir: '. :; .:.... with first class mail or in separate 'maintenance to a large ext..nt.What .
for sacks, even though the sacks are only i is there in the experience of
j In to your request expressions
k ." response of opinion regarding the R\ \ .JwiHrtK America Is Doomed and That's That partially filled. the American people with govern
..
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wish to ; .. This order mean much to the ment operation of the railroads-
I .
,: no-called "bonus" bill, enter -- ----- -- -- ---- -- -- --- -- -----
r --- American public. It s one of the most what is there in the experience of any
I a strong protest against its pus- When great tragedies impend ethics-even I
togo newspaper important and far reaching: steps in other people or country with government -
cage and an appeal to your Post L'iica-must be ,swept aside. The editorial columns of this I postofllce history. It is for the benefit ownership and operation of the
on record as opposed I to It. In my ''ibhcation have been confined the (I
always to
of
t expression
j of those who desire to have their railroads, that does not warn against
,; opinion most of the world war \te- union leaving to our columns the recital of
news
events
: placed before them at I in the United
newspapers aa j i government ownership
entered the fray, not in the ,
I ; Tons ''at have occurred and the of
announcement events to
sPlr-1 come. early a moment as possible. This I States ? In spite of government tinkering -
it of mercenary hirelings! but .w ,.t continuation of this
accepted policy is now rendered im- should both the and imposed
J keep city rural and of all the handicaps -
ed by a very earnest and natural .mible for record without
must the
I we delay impending I
:
. - - population in closer and quicker touch thereby, the fact stand. out
laintegration of the land we love before we are too late. with their several fields. of activities. 'boldly and unchallenged that the

,/ 'The United States is doomed:! and when the fraud crash: American people enjoy the best

otnes, perhaps some time next week, there won't be any- WARNED: A AIXST GOVERNMENT transportation service at the lowest
jody to write the story. There won't be any newspapers OWNERSHIP:- OF ROADS cost of people in the world.-
any
: : record the fact and if there of
'o were, course: : there will The Manufacturer.
not be people to read about it. For therefore
any once, It Is a matter of public record that
we must beat our news: editor to his own game.
during the twenty-six months of -
government
1 1a The nation has (rone. Disaster i is at the door. The gaunt "
operation of the railroauiI-
I keleton of ruin is abroad in the land. This is not an opin- from Strangled Butterfly I
January 1, 1918, to March 1, |
>n, not an expression of our tearfulness:! ; it is the definite 1920-the government operated them'''
announcement of the distinguished. Hebraic authority who
at a loss averaging $4;,)0,000)( po
uttles all questions-Mr. Israel Zangwill. What more cane month.

said ? When :Mr. Zangwill! opes his lips, let no dog bark. '
This with and
too
occurred freight
,
Worst of all, Mr. Zangwill has left u.s to our fate, gone .
. ,lume, thanking God he has departed without having had known.It passenger. rates the hhlh. -t t-\er (

10 see our prominent men. Oh, woe is us, for we are in the
also occurred face of the
in factthat
depths Mr. Zangwill tells us we have no kick not even in
fur bootleg cocktail, that our immigration and reparations during this period deferred !

policies are all wrong, that our hotels have too many towels maintenance aggregated several hun-
in the bedrooms, that we are being attacked, undermined dred millions of dollars. j

:and sapped by a score of ignorant prejudices which will What became of the revenue from 1

surely ruin us if suitable steps are not taken. Our type- these high freight and passenger I 1I
rates and what exclusive of inefficiency ,
writer shivers under our touch as we record this humiliating I
arraignment. Our nerves were shattered when we read and unJer-maintenance caused and'I Ii
that the coffin trust of his time had put one over on old average loss of forty-five millions of' i
Construction Tut him into cracked dollars per month are also matters
Buick Body King by slipping a sarcophagus, but
this latest exposure of our great incompetence just puts us of public record. i

In con t' ictins its open car bodies, Buick uses entirely out of commission. We feel as the puppy dog bark- Moat of it was benevolently assim- '

bolts in fastening the metal braces to the wood ng against thunder when we realize the humiliating fact ilated by railroad employees in the

instead of ordinary: screws. These bolts pass- that after all our work we are headed for obliteration. subtle scheme of politicians to anes-I'

ing completely throuch the wooden frame There is only one ray of hope. Mr. Zangwill announces thetize the public: and capture the |

I 1 & joint from loosening under driving :n passing that at one time he had considered becoming atizen I railroad vote. In 1917 labor received

prevent A than usual number of bolts >-, of the United States. lIe found, of course that he 43.33 per cent of the revenues, whilein
trtuns. more
could not become our President. Whether this influenced 1920, following the close of government -
the chassis, holding
the Buick body to : '
secure ils decision not to save us, no man can tell, but it might be operation and largely as a'
It rigidly in position nnd entirely eliminating well for us to change the law while there is yet time and result of it, the amount paid to labor

L all squeaks nnd rattles "oil up a mighty petition insisting that Mr. Zangwill head was just sixty times more than I[I loulee Lawson, of WuU.ut

: he nation and lead us into the promised land. We must the amount received by stockholders. way Springs Butterfly Tex.,,"known wsi found as a strangled"Broad

built rget partisanship. Coolidge, :McAdoo Watson Under- In other words, before the government I lu her luxurious N. Y. apartmentthe -
When better oiitomopilcs arc tiust walk the plank. Self-preservation demands it. Zang- working conditions of railroad em- ring." which spot wearers of
Buick will build them will the master mind, must rule-and that's that. ployees the labor bill of the railroad' life valuable Jewel in Broadway olgbl
-sod stop not at murder. -
in 1018 was $1.469.576.394, while in j
Not even yet has a sensible. income tax schedule been arranged. 1920, after twenty-six months of government -
What the people want u. a tax arrangement' that will make the other $3,698.2161 No Worm In a nealthy Chad
LAKE CITY BUICK COMPANYJ fellow pay double and leave us free to enjoy ourselves without burden. operation, it was All children troubled. with Worm hive .- ua-
M. Smith, Mar.r 351, IIn increase of $2,229,639,957, or bralthycokir, which Indicate poor blow on'ns
Columbia and Union Counties The new woman member of the British House of Commons startles about 152 per cent.: rule there .. more or I es stomach du:jjancCROVE ., *-
,
t Baker Bradford 'S TASTELESS: : CHILL TONIC ai- WIwly -
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the parliamentarians. "...t us see, she says, "if we cannot arrange That is where most of the money I for two or three wake wiy enrich t' 1T 1-...*!.
r { to have ever child: in England eat the same food as the children: of I went, and it explains why with the ""....... ln.dilesbe..dena.ar.n.r.:> -
When better automobiles are built, Buick will build them oar Princessyaulttag ambition! Where will it cad? a Ionic..the whole ey tmII 'vthn.wifrrdUoal i 'tics t"
heaviest
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FluDA Y._ FEIJUUAKY 22. 1921. BRADFORD COUNTY TELE( RAPH. STARH$ FLORIDA PACB.IWUKI mRRII.m
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-. PJDmm +. > uiJtpplt uq1agllllllllmJCtma"oopu! >1 i 7 Ae BEST Emerient y Remedy I One of the oddest robberies over knew bird front A to Z, according I bird house and HO silent were their!

ported in this section was the loot- to Alligator Joe, owner of the farm, I movements that no one nt the f.uiu,
News Florida in Short Paragraphs ,; for Man and Beast'Says > of the fancy, bin) roost at thu us only the very rarest of specimens : noticed the least disturbance and the

awatwa... ...u.bs.... e.f..aW... ..ta." r .*.-** Wm. Hl.itock. Lvndnv! I' ,rich farm in :South: Jacksonville \-vru taken anti the loss will run up loss was not discovered until. an i ,'

I '.171.... N. C.-"i Liniment have used fur all MexicanAluHtiina kinds sometime during Thursday night, by into a considerable amount of money Friday morning when the cm iker
Live State NevsToJ .. rf sprains brumescute and a party or parties who evidently ''The thieves unlocked the door of the I went to feed the birds.
'.... fort-s, in homes aa well HA num. I .
: .1 ,.... And brlirvo it to be the best li.i- _
l.r. --- _IV --...-. ., mint now m use. I keep it m
tnyhoufle nil the tint**and recnm-
I I mend it to oil n*flu brut ttntmtnt -
by Our Exchanges. far allparpoau."
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i...........",,"'llI'II'III'II I -lathing Mustang Liniment, hralmn is nib compound thiit
when ntbbcd IM, penetrate the
... Erection of another hotel at Miami Company, of Charleston, S. C., tmsur to the bone I M union*!

o>''i t\ will begin as soon as the ground can | will complete the road by the i contains per and nonlcohol.dues tutt smart ncldii or or sttnjgt prp. ... z, w rr teAnee:

; be prepared for starting the work. i, of 1925. The roud will connect I i FREE fat write, a11iIVI fnrhe.na.ala Did you ever hear of Samuel C. lip after Ms mother hail propped j ""

The structure, to be located on a plot | the present Seaboard line at R rTl flNt IL,MJMt iv/r*. Lancaster, one of the country' a place of cardboard l up lu front i
80 by 90 feet at First street and Second I wood, in Sumtcr county, and will .-v UMtrttf with ovnpiets MuninoLiulmfnt ilir.rnnns fur leading civil engineers? Fifty-nine of his face. After months of pain. I
avenue, will cost in the neigh- through Plant City, Winter I I > f.rtftunily+ve.iwl.ml KilmonU.poultry.nil for year ago he wan a poor boy ful practice h.. was able to draw I
borhood of $1,000,000, it is stated. I Avon Park, Sebring, t wwinrii l iaookutit In the poor little" Southern town briiltrva anal highways and pinna system of country highways. 'fn
Palm : I lyn N. Y of Magnolia, !\i."i Mlppl. He" for both. (I'oimtantK struggling Ma.iUon< County, Tenn This
City, and then into West I -I i suffered nn accident that resultedin to move hit fingers hIt one ,day brought him an appointment aa
The strawberry shipments from thu '' Sold. by.rol Drug Stor.an.JC total. paralysis of. his whole uroetvifil, Gradually h.. fnroml ConmiltiiiB: Engineer for the U. 3.
r Wauchula section continue with un nit hardwood veneer n bnt. In l)0rt.! he was sent
said that he could never be cured( his trifle. Ito the Paclflc Cnaiit where he iu>
nhlo
to move Arms a
average output of fifty refrigerators plant in the South, and one of j i RICAN I end that death was only a question After years of rlfort hv was able pervised I the building of many of
: a day. The recent cool weather has biggest of its kind in the of weeks. But Sam thought to balance himself on emu-hen. the present beautiful roads that
) cut down the output, which would States, will be one of the first a dntVrently He < mid hear their Then ho force) his paralyzed l logs cries-cross the Coast Rtatei. and he
have been greater than had warm to be taken by the Florida-West / words but he couldn't talk. to move an inch or two. !Moving! built the model. system of boulevard -
weather continued. The prevailingprice dies Corporation of Tampa, Sam discovered that ha could to Jackson Minftlfutpppl. the City in and about the 'Ity of
move his lips and hold fast to a gave him a job a* consulting engineer Seattle. Than b. built the famous
ranges from IS to 20 cents a charter of which was filed pencil stuck between hn. teeth. He on roll f\vnvM So well ti,1 \$ quart, acording to quality and thc with the secretary of state at I began to I'r" t;'", i1' 'ri-,, ',> .. "I It els (.n hiis almost well and rated a* a
I majority of the berries had been of hassve. Incorporators are then I ing the. ; "' ,-,,dr...
that if there are no bidders
1 good quality. Mount! J. R. Regnas, W. F. \ '
'
1'I\ -*t ( "''lupin.\ .1' liii-t'i's\
A. Murray, Allen and Burk
liiinil holdervill hill in !the i
DeWitt E. Gray, arrested at Gulf- and the capitalization of the < j
port, Miss., is Daniel E. Griswold l, tion in fixed at 3000000. I and imnu'iimtrK arrange. to :'
it on the market! 'in Mint 11 tracts
wanted in Canada Mexico, Floridaand
Louisiana for complicity in con- I Th state IIUP- court }' ,' / purposes. I

fidence games involving large sums! fixed February 27 as the date t

of money, federal officers announced ,I it will hear oral arguments in a high west wind blowing
after the prisoner had been started of T. W. Higginbotham who the river Friday afternoon, a
case
under guard for Florida to serve six under sentence of 20 in I in the tall broom sage along the

years in Florida penitentiary. Gris I j'I prison, having ben years convicted front threatened part of the
TAKE NOTICE !
wold was convicted at Fort Pierce, in ,I second degre murder in I Jacksonville business district
the East Coast terminals for
St. Lucie county, for obtaining money ; the death of Martin Talbert in
i" under false but fled while I time until it was extinguished
." pretenses, Dixie county lumber camp.
he was at liberty under bond, pending botham "whipping" boss for I Southside lire department and
The department made,
an appeal. : I'utman Lumber Company, is
\ runs to the tire, the first being
---- I have caused death of
to the | Barbecue
I noon. At one o'clock the fire
South Jacksonville hunters who Big
North Dakota youth by excessive |
have been their time out on i again and another run was
wasting of the lash. He has been at liberty
The final run was made aKout
Box Branch and the tall timber
around $10,000 bond pending appeal.
!
for rabbits o'clock, when the fire was final
I" Mayport looking
uished. Owing to the high AND
and 'possum, were "flabbergasted"Friday The Sarasota County Fish --- ---
and broom sage the (fire
afternoon when the marsh
Game Protective Association at
fire {imediately in the rear of theY regular monthly meeting in intensity and the flames

South Jacksonville business district evening last at the Sign of the about twenty feet in height! AuctiSa1eAt

caused: seven rabbits and two 'posums on heard reports from places. The fire caused

to scurry for other sections where it wardens covering every part of excitement at the time
.. witnessed: by 11 large number I
not torrid. The kids had the
was so county as to the state of the
time of their lives chasing the animals The reports without exception "'.

and five rabbits and two I ed the game more plentiful than Home of Mr. N. H. ThomasIn

'possums were captured. any time before for the past

This is to the
years. owing
Wtth 56 rivers having a total enforcement of the fish and
length of more than 2,500 miles; laws which the association has new Lake City Florida

thousands of lakes, and a coast line enacted. Especially ill this true ,

J" of more than 1,000 miles, Florida\ quail. Not in years have there ,

offers better facilities for enjoymentof so many quail all over the I FEBRUARY

motor boat cruising and all other ',4II John. 28th 28th

water recreational sports including Real estate and other property:
fishing, than other state. Many la'F I ride to my sanctum on
Ii any the value of $1,567,5.j0 represented wheels A costly AT 10 A. M.
: palatial yachts are brought to Flor- stock in the Rellim .' bring me home to my

,: ida ports during the season, but Co., Inc., at $2,000,000, *. On magical tires COME---BRING YOUR FRIENDS
there has not been much effort to Interest with certain patents, value not peramble an' skip, and, I'm
our visitors and residents in have been assigned to the First! fateeged at the end of my
. I ride to the office-
135 of the choice lots in Lake
the charms of cruising in'small boatson hodist Episcopal church of ride to the store,-I don't need most City to

our wonderfully beautiful rivers. the White Temple, by Mrs think of my "Trilby no

Barrett Miller and her . All muscular effort be slaughtered at public auctionON
physical stress, ia--chewin'
The American Legion has just announced William Franklin Miller, owners
hash, and, conversln' I
the release for presentation the property. The transfer was I Yet, I recollect back EASY PAYMENTS
throughout the United States of the pleted Thursday night at a need-cessity' day, when
feature photoplay production, "The meting of the trustees of the it" was the dependable This is your greatest opportunity to ever
. It saved the
Whipping Boss" based on the famous when their signatures and those annoy- I
of eaddlln' a hOIl.-an' buy some of the best located lots inside of
Tabert case, which came prominently the donors were affixed to the shortened the distance by

before the public a few months ago. ment. acros Didn't mat- the city limits of Lake City ---because Lake
Tabert, a young ex-soldier of North a dang how a fell.r was ,

Dakota, was whipped to death in a I Harvey Robinson, cashier of -or nor his whether breeches was he's City is on the verge of a boom which will

} prison camp in Florida. An investigation defunct Florida Bank & Trust But-there weren't

into his death resulted in the pany of Gainesville, who dyspepsy, nor janders, nor send prices---way---up---.
conviction of Thomas Walter I ,-nor wlggly-tatled mi
Iliggin- after the bank failed to open
botham, the whipping boss, who ia business, confessed to the theft to result worry has about inspired! Com-my Stop and think!! LakeCity is the crossing

serving a life sentence for murder. $&3,000, acknowledging that it -that the upholstered of of Florida's Greatest
been going on for the past is flirtin' with grief. point two Highways,

The new Seaboard railway years was sentenced by Judge A. sense bring the disaster- by ettln that Indo on ---making her the greatest traffic center in

through Polk county to connect with Long 1 when circuit court convened, -or velvet an' springs!
the east coast is an assured fact. five years in the state Northern Florida, except Jacksonville. Thisis

The contract for construction of the at Raiford. The case of James ; -L, fdJ\tu" ,,
road, which will he 200 miles long/ McCarthy, indicted former head lmy bound to make Lake City grow as other

has been let to Jefferson Construction the defunct institution, who was
s Florida Cities have which
big
profitsto
have ben tried on indictment ,--- means

ing larceny and embezzlement, n.
postponed until the spring term u you---if you buy Lake City real estate

rnurt. NOW.


instead, of the expected Lots in Miami and St.
flics Cu,.... 'n a to I l.y! Petersburg were
in the berry supply at Plant
City
Uncle John -H r nfl minri' raze <>'' T'TNTr.: .
I I j r ceipts have shown an alarming I. lui, .11" "ii' >li ,ii,,'(.,rHM "III;, I la i cheap before tourists poured in---just remember -
( I h"I I' h il I 'i ant l / i
crease within the last wek. : ;( y r -u.ii, j i,*'i "f'( ; ,; ,
I We bold respecks for the honestffuy how tourists
are are now
which thought be could-but cause assigned is the many pour-
r couldn't-but we shun the geezer weather. It now appears that
into Lake
o I that didn't try-that said he would | recent cold! spell, with I Bok Prize Winner I ing City.If .
learn
I -and he wouldn't. W. f approaching the freezing mark,
; to love the brave-hearted chap thatatrvgg'e you are wise you will take advantage of
jured the strawbery
to win-and doe.n't.whUe crop a great _.
I we* clean Ignores the ipine-< more tljnn was at first .' ......,,;::; your opportunity at this sale.$100.00ABSOLUTELY .
less yap; that told us he wuz- and this has been followed by :
when he wussentlTh.re' cloudy weather, unfavorable alike !i/ FREE$100.00MUSIC
allers applause far genuine ripening and to the development
Ire that lofty ambition kin-
tiled But we hiss the spent bloom. The result Is that the crop is FREE BARBECUEIn
shrunk and a bad and unless conditions
foozled that didn't--and.plrthat dwindled. So, here'athe prove rapidly way it is feared that the \ ( case of rain on Thuri. Feb. 28, .ale will be held Friday Feb. 29)

me*.*c. I'm tryln to apread: tal will not reach one half the f

There'bat-darn glory the in valor righteous that'battle-tinder of last year.Under Buck Buck & Marshall AgentsJACKSONVILLE

the bed, when the bullets commenceto .
,
rattle! an order of sate Isued ,

No matter whether w* win or the lion. Rhydon M. Call, of the U. ... FLORIDA
should ewe thefigbtln' '
not-wa never \
. The flickerin candle District Court, the twelve th .
1* ooa forgot that blink when it acre tract of land south of Finch Bros. Auctioneers Miami Fla.
ort to brighten) Barren fer the Cove Springs, will be offered ,
racer with note to the wlnd<-that sale on the first Monday In

There DID when ain't they DO room s.id fer ha the eooldn'tl week-! This property was to have been o. rc N. H. Thomas, Owner, Lake City, Fla.

kneed kind that wavered--and- on the sale day In January
H 1/evemnore, of Brook-
finally woufdn'tl I foreclosure procedings, but for N. Y.* Secretary of the N Y Local Headquarters Blanche Hotel Lake City
reason the sale was postponed. Society and former President ,
Ptfe plttllll understand there will be no College i la the winner of
1'P+y 90" oul1TO postponement and the sale Bok Peace prize. He wa pre
with the $50OOO check at
'. 1' certainly take place on March 3 and will receive the
Several parties and corporations $60OOO if his plan U accepted i
9ucC frfo..nst'H "r -_ I s bid on it the day of sale, but It now In proi_. I .. -: t

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ACE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. FEDRUAKY 22, 1\J2;.

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FOR SHEItirr FOR TAX COLLECTOR

", Bradford Cciinly Telegraph I .hereby announce myaolfra a.ndtilar[ fur t hereby" announce to the public that I Ia lon,
Sheriff of Bradford county, and If elected I candidate for _I""tlon0 the mfi",,e ..t

,. -- -..-- -.- .. -- .,.. .. .- ... boo promise' efficient administration of the sher- tho county people tax, at collector the cotnlntr subject Dtmrtrratfe to the ,u .n ,nr
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you o111lflttPlllThis Itr's office. I stand for law enfotoemant election to t e held June 8. ID1M. I'-,,,,?,., "
Published weekly and entered as equally applied to one and all without fear If re-elected, the aame pnnonal. coun" .",, n A.
I ).'. tho support of 'Relent service in the future ns I in the ,, t.
i- tecond class matter at the post thefauWie. at the primary June 3.... I will appreciate your vote. Slnc.r.lB.
!!! is tho brief lifo story of a schooling, it was an unknown lux- W. M. (MITCH) EDWARtiS. W 1UT \. -

ofilce at Starke, Florida. Wealthy traveling man, son of an ury. And so the family moved xextremely hereby Announce myself a cntnlu'v; '! air
,, myself a candidate for ,. office o/ tax collector of Hradfonl ,
= ""- "'- = poor journeyman potter, from Ohio to Donlphan County, I hereby announce thoi '
.. the office of Sheriff of Bradford'' Ihi'support of the ;*,,.
.lo tlOII to voters oft
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#'. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner who wus burn in a stable in Prairie, Kansas, where they became squutlors. county." If reelected I will, as In tba paafc y. and elected I n fuitlirchartre '
e / Ohio, in Jsaa, without a "ghost of A drought drove them nilo end then started as an office boy i spora no rains In: the full d'sdiHitre of :all the I'i, ; oJf :duties .:r.ld".::: le i P :.
n chance" to be anything in life Missouri at tho time when Abraham for the I Rc-dwing. Union Stonewarebut dullts' of the office, and I earnestly solicit the. fully submitted D._.11. DO, ;
support of the voters at the cmmlnir primary.Respectfully .- -- -- -
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PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY a clay potter. His name is Lincoln was the storm cenlre Company of Redwing, Minn. His
"Juj" (John W.) McChesney and of the country and the issue of suftVrirK and hardships beggar/ W. J- EPPERSON j jI I ron corNTY JUDGE

.....-- his home U now in Kansas City, slavery was at white hot heat. description, but he stuck to the job, I I I hereby announce) mvsvlf a eRnIIln< .
Mo. Thrown into jail because in boy- working his way slowly upward hereby announce myself a* a candidate) the offlcu of bounty Judge of Ilralr.l" ,.I ,
Hhorlf of Bradford Bounty. 1 em well 1 refer tho mv rtin. I
for ty < ?
BUBSCOIPTION RATE Hack in 1863 when, "Jug" was I Ifh glee he shouted "Hurrah for until bo became a salesman for thea acnuulnied, with tho duties of tho oaice: and .. If rum I have .:.'71"th'' office In II e '-
little boy his father was driven Abe Lincoln," he escaped and enfirm.. For forty years he traveled rronimu; If elected to disehnrre them to the and, I lurnt-Htly solicit their top p.rI, I
Par Year _... .__u____.. -___uu$2.0a from Ohio i becausa( of hilt inability listed in the 64th Ohio Infantry as from Canada to Mexico. Today Ir'o.t of.my ability., with ciivuil' justice of the to coming prlmury.duties If of elected the mien I pinlUnchnriro t

-- -- ....-- .--------. -..---. -" to find clnys: suitable for making a private. Four years later he at 85, be is till Belling goods al. ,.MIDm at tho enuuin seimeryupPUrt of my ability tho according to low n""?I l ,it
Jugs, crocks churns and the like came back a first lieutenant having though ha practically owns the i I A. B. ALVAREZ. fear or favor. CEO A. G.tllbl!' i
and also because he was an "Ab- fought in thirty-six! battles. Returning company and has amassed a huge -- .-- -
saa.L' .rf'r' olutionUt. There wasn't much to the pottery moulding<< of fortune. "1 stuck to one thing," he I 1-- ._ ,
n S'r w'ryI money in the family then, there his ancestors he failed He failed says" "and worked it to a atand- '. j -
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waan t any real tout, and as for also In seven other kinds of work, still) .



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I abode of contented, prosperous tern L. T. L. MEETINGThe :..i Scott. Covers were laid for six, anda That's Our Business

t of millions. pretty arrangement of bud vases FIRE LIFE. ACCIDENT HEALT
I --0- regular monthly meeting of the tilled with lovely red hibiscus formedthe ,

No. 4951 Tho train travela along thu edge ?f L. T. L. was held Thursday iiftcitioon. center decoration, while dainty AUTOMOBILE BONDS
Membership in National Highway The and del'urationiwere ,
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the Atlantic, carrying its preCIOUIifrelgbt. program heart valentines with appropriate Established 1886
Association) suitable to the oc.'IIRion-GeorJ.l'' Ap-r.cy
f of which 08 cent wouldbe
per versos marked the places.A .
I 1 ...__._.. -- about as useful In heaven as it I is Washington's birthday, the 'first prus-: tempting three course dinner was J. R D.AVIS 5 & oO
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earth. Philadelphia Washington, Merit of the United States At the .
attended
! A BOOST FOR FLORIDAThe on served, after which the party -
, 'I Richmond fly past, and Jacksonville, I close: of the program, small rod paper the Starke-Koystone basket ball --

be than all hatchets were given each one present' a.- -. .-.
Intent quiirtely bulletin of th. that one day may greater game. Celebrating this happy event .- -
1 of them, as the aeaport of a Southern as souvenirs. I were Mr. nnd Mrs. F A. Scott, Mr. -
Florida Department of Agriculture in After the business meeting the following .: =-: ::.,....;.-:..;..;. -----==
empire. and Mrs. T. N. LimbouKh and :Mr.
: u unique publication. While the do- -0- program was given: I end Mrs. J. T. Quigley.To n"-

pa itment strives to make all ot its A Caeeho-Slo/nkian' assisted Recitation, Worth Thinking Off- l .5iI

.,1 bulletins interesting, by not slicking by young all the people in his town, is Florence Recitation Gill., e The Way it Works !: Stop a CouchJuic; F EDJJj 4Th!

to agricultural matters, working at the problem of transmit- ') '
too closely Glenn Wood. : take HAYES: HEALING t t)",r v. ..
I but also treatinK of many of the Innumerable ting power without wires. Whoever Recitation To Washington; -Alice rou.lh: medicine which s'nris !!i. .,1'1' vlieulinil v
I solves! that can command hundreds of the inflamed and irrL... <.d' ,
of interest to Fernandez.
\ subjects
., I millions for himself and endless billions JewelsMilIdred I A bo:: of CROVhT O1'LNiA: Saving! day; that's the scheme to pave
.. SAVING every
Floridians and which should be could Recitation, Winter SALVE for Chest Colds H, id (', .
Wnterfelln
i : known tho present one Is simply a I for the world. Griflls. j .'-.nip Is entlosed with every t b.; ':" tJ the way, to contentment and to power; while yet i ie

truthful\ and IrrosixtiLlo advertises I i run machines hundreds of miles away A Washington Day exercise by Hazel HA YES' HEALING HONEY. The q"h fleeting hours speed! the day unto its end : DARE TO
and airplanes fly with rower taken .nould bo rubbed on tho cli<;st nil,,! t'
ment of the state containing{ testimonials through air, through earth plants. Adldns, Eloise Ritch, June Bullen, of children suffering from a OKI or Ci., SAVE-refuse to spend. Don't put off, and musing say,

Iv from a large number of not- ... -0- Evelyn Stump Vivian Kite, Mary j j The honllnil effort Of Hays. Healing Hun i WILL SAVE SOME FUTURE DAY. Remote the future
.d men and women of the whole I. Brow nice, Merrill Futch, S. R. Johns, | Melt the fhffint rorntiliwd with tha htffilm2 ': < tbnw"a
entered school ( O-Pea-Ttate Solve thmuilh the pce'iliiu and far; yet swiftly! comes
Ethel public seems
ah country, all expressing their love and Jaeger Jr._James Richard Wainwright Merrill i klii loon rape a""u h.
i admiration of the state. It also contains at six and in eighteen months didthree McMillan and Richard Long.Legends !com both of the remitlies"ctimUlueil are treutmcutlft&ju.packed Inoor canon' cud, L L.. t the day of grace; when AGE will

sketches, of the men who gave years' work, advancing from and rhart stories from other Just ask your druggist for"HAYF f lay its heavy hand, and stern the

C'' Florida her real start, by means of one class to another rapidly. In addition lands by Miss Isabel Bullen, superintendent HEALING HONEYVJlicf3 'I, trials you'll have to face. When
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their and their work. This I the child took piano lessons of I T. L.
money that time it will
as come ,
comes ,
lp and studied classic dancing. The little
portion be considered as the in- : I
duntrj.il may history of Florida but irtynopais I girl will be praised the fathermother -- : : 1 Annoincemnts> ,* let no regret then be your fate; nor
f THE EAST ( 0 > .
wil Ibe But thatis I have to in voice it
of her history from DeLeonto I and proud. I .-- --. say wailing :
the present day, is also'"Iven. The false education.A L. II. I FOR TAX ASSESSORI is too late!-it is too late!
child with a superior! mind shouldbe Partridge informs us that thu mm a cuniiuluto for nomination to the of.
with
book Is profuHely illustrated A Savings Account at this Bank
i
work of clearing the debris flee of county aucuor of tax.. of Bradfordcuunty
held back. Children would be better away
views. and rcapcctfully aolleit your eo-opera.
and
charming interesting from the burned mill is steadily tiou and support' In the Democratic primer, av if started today, will keep
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off whole if allowed to devote /going :
of the as a ..
No better advertisement ol.elon to b held Jun 3. 1024. 1 auur you
been their first ten years to outdoor exercise on. But this alone is a big undertaking that I ilfM,>ly appreciate' the confidence anU I the future "wails" away. I
i, state could have gotten up. support you have given m. In the pant j
I anctrunt
estimated to i v
cost You
I, From cover to cover it furnishes interesting nnd learning through their eyes, $25,000. that my olfloial record mar have yourapproxul can: start your account I
not teaching them to rend until j Three skidders, used in the woods for I for another t ftaipectfully: with little
even
1 I and encouraging data. Ten- .mi>, WAINW RIGHT. t k as as a
I dragging logs/: to the loading platform
wrote "Better fifty of ten or twelve years of age. dollar. The thing
: years
nyson .
t have been brought to the site MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD-OIST. No. 1iha
Europe than a cycle of Cathay." Flor- I -0- and '' friend. of Rev. L. W. Kiekliter auk fo; to do is to START
I rigged up. They move away the piping I hi. reelection aa a member of tha Board 01 I
ridians; may truthfully boast that fifty Ramsay MacDonald, British labor II Public Instruction for Umtriet. No. 1 of bred m
rods, heavy parts of machinery, ford county Mr. Klckllter ho given the ut' i ,
better than of two
years of Florida is a prime minister gives up one
ti I etc, that litter the ground. moat tatlMfection during the several term. h<
cye\o\ of any other place In the world. $25,000 salaries to which he is entit After I hu served on the board and we consider II t
the site has lts'en cleared rebuilding the Interest. of the voters and the count r ),
have great state.! Only his sen/leva be
: Today we a the mill 1\0 continued. 5
led.The according to the most
I modern MANY FRIENDS
I I fifty years ago Florida was known English have bruins enough to | practices, will be started. y HANK OP( STAUKEFI
1 I only for her swnmpa! alligators and pay well men to whom they give Im- FOR CLERK Or THE CIRCUIT COURT. pPa
I I hereby unmmnce myself a candidate foi
i mofiquitos. portant jobs. This makes it unn..cl's.lIory IN: HONOR OF :MRS. re-eleotlnn to the office of Clerk of the Cir .
1 'j others l- | SCOTT cult curt of Bradford county subject to th QO ,A.
, I J The agricultural department ia to for oil companies or > action of the voters at the coming" primary: :r.AllsiE. >
f be congratulated on the production of pay them after they leave ofllce--for A June :3rd I appreciate the dut,<. of this Irn
pretty affair of St. Valentino'sday portent office, bed fffl that I am iuallfVtr <
I this excellent bulletin services rendered while In ofllce. I was a little diMchnrir them. having served the pub. :
1. birthday dinner given He before, the voters arc well able to jwlaiaa
-0-- at the Magnolia Tea Garden/ Thurs to my fitness fur the office, and if the I
Tampa police are to be enlight- Good that General Motors chuni to elect I mo. 1 promise faithful. nndilTiLltnt
\, .1 news is i day evening in honor of !Mrs.\ F. / ,,,...Ieo.'our support t i-. respectfully
ned on "tricks to fool gunmen" by a J big automobile making company, A.I I I solicited. G. W. AI.BEIUIAN' ,

I. who probably never hid I' -" -
man anything broke all -record last year, Belling '--'-- -- -'- -'
to do with this class of criminals. $698,000,000 worth of care. Many I II

The police of Tampa and, Jacksonville Americans are getting fresh air that ..: .=: ,-

know all about handling gun didn't use to get it, pluM the health rT' 111jli

men. They are masters, not pupils that comes from fresh air. I
J j jI
In this art. I -0-- I .

Nevada killed gee Jon, Chinese
Quite an Idea for the Quit man (Gn.) I
tong murderer, with hydrocyanic gas I
l civic club to give a banquet In honor i !
I Mr. Jun, according; to guards, "wept
of husband of the members. It enabled ATTENTION
! I Ii
j a little as he was placed In the chair. -
them to get acquainted, something .
Ills tearsseemed to ask, "Why pick
i'S' that impossible! with husbands on me?" i I
and wives helonjrlnir to so many
Doctors say death weds painless, but
eriarattt clubs that require their time they don't know. Gee Jon lived six

1, and presence.Times.Union.I minutes after he began breathing the I Farmers Truck Growers and GardenersWe

I I II duudly gas. Where is he now? Somewhere ,

I I in space telling Confucius all ---- .. _. .
about it? I

: LThLLY&IBy -0If -- : will have carload Acid
I II' Phosphate and Kainit Salt on trark NEXT WEDNESDAY, Feb.

government insists on killing it 27th. We will make special Low Prices on these goods delivered from car.Ve have ...
I II. should kill as savages usually do, Fertilizers hand all
the
on time to suit every crop, season and condition.
I. choking with a rope, cutting oil thehead

or in n'>.in'i T savage fanh-
We sold Kainit
lone v out one car and Acid Phosphate this week.

I' Science and scientists should not be TIMOTHY HAY We also will have carload '
--- of choice Timothy Hay in this week arid will sell
disgraced in tho operation, Ten thousand -
I years hence this will be spokenof this hay cheaper than we can buy and pay freight on the small lot. ,


l I II.I. Arthur Brisbane ; asphyxiate' us an age, kill that with used electricity to hang, shoot, and, SEEDS--.We have all kinds Garden and Field Seeds, N. C. Seed Peanuts; Adams Early. Country

i BRISBANE CUT HEAD then foolishly! expect criminals, with Gentleman Stowell Evergreen. Tenn. Red Cob. Golden Dent. Prolific and Snowflake Cora; Valentine

I( J TO LAND OF PKOM1SE. the undeveloped minds of children, Giant Stringless and Stringless Pod Beans; Red Bliss and Rose Four Seed Irish Potatoes. '

not to imitate murderous
a exampleset
FORCING
YOUNG MINDS.:
!I t. RAMSKY: AND HIS PAY. by government: itself. FEEDS..-All kinds of feeds. \Ve have contracts on feeds that enables us to.make attractive prices.

.
THEY KILLED GEE JON. -0-
t! TUB PLACE FOR ALCOHOL. In a race against American cars

I at Stockholm last week, a Swedishcar

n Enroute to Florida I driven by Swedish motor alcohol, Good Clean Groceries, Fruits and Vegetables.

beat all the American cars. The latter .
Everybody on this train is going to
Palm Beach via the Seaboard Air I used gasoline imported from the

pp Line. A solid row of twelve Pullman United States. Dishes.a
That's Unlike oil wells Harness and Hardware Enamelware Tinware and
cars left New York via the Pennsylvania I good news. ,
''j the supply of alcohol never can give .
Sunday evening at 7:15: with
everything. full. !nut. We could get enough alcoholout -

of corn stalks in the United
r --- I II Ask ...
States and other us You don't know what all we do have.HULL'S .
I i. Back in your little room. You study j vegetable matter
the map and realize that these pilgrims to run all the machinery of the United .

of fashion ail testily to unseen I States. There is power Inexhaus-

wisdom. They are taking their money I tible. And the inside of an explosive

to be spent in developing a male engine is the right place for alcohol .

niflcent state. They will return toe not the inside of a man.

make known a marvelous climate
the wonderful land of Florida with Lake-Increased interest of late1 in STORE5'

its sensible, industrious people th.1, I citrus growing; calls from growers

land that in ;years to come will be a 'come In every day, asking for advice
'IS tw" fertilization, spraying and -
r great garden for the nation a marvelous I' general

playgroifnd in winter for millions ) grove practices. Many citrus .

of real workers, the permanent roves: are beginning to bloom.







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=- FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22 1921. BRADFORD COtlNTT TEtERRAPn.. STAHKE. FLORIDA PACK FIVHn

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1m !| Judge A. V. Long and daughter KEYSTONE HEIGHTS NOTES i WANTED-Responsible man or woman '' FINDERS-No 1 Florida pinder seed
atof Mrs Louis T. Jarmon, of Palatko !
: In every community in South ) .t 8 cents per pound at my place.!
II., I motored here Wednesday and wore The Keystone Heights Woman's Florida to take subscriptions for ;
mitft.r. Bits {) f ILocalInformation @ guests! of MI'!!. S. E. Brownlee and Club recently attended a mauling of the Tamp Daily: Times. Liberal B. W. Dees, Lake Butler, Fla.MILK .

Mr. and Mrs, J. M. BroWiilcB. the Woman's Club at :Starke.: Some commissions, all or spar. time. For 2.R-4t.'

;S!' -- good reports were given of the meat- particulars, write Circulation DtI- ---- -

(In. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Bealmear, who jog, and many helpful sucgostiuns! partment The Tampa Times, Tampa -Van more I p-ooil' ii.1,II n-i.1\t
l:r' have spent the past month with their gathered by the members of the local Fla.. 12-14-lf: '
n- Concerning Our the best obta.n.ilili! Ti,', '
People Dullness orgamzutio 01.1,1
! ana Mrs L. B. left ------ -- ---
daughter, Simpson,
r((3.;; Progress in the County and Town. t;;;;::.. Wednesday for their home in Marlon, HAIRDRESSER open for i ppoint- |, duirproduet: inilK I .n,.
I Ky. The management! uf the hotel entertained menta, shampooing, ncalp treatments Satisfaction gunrut,trrd' II'

II I for the entire community j waving, facials and nianicurlnir. -. --- .

"orn", Proto S. S. i I T. D. Proctor, lately of Lake Butler at a Valentine party at tho Inn Friday Mrs C. MacNoill, Telephone 1-11 curt a Ota; ire, ,
n" Dowling Is having now Col. A. Z. evening, Fob loth. Appi-upriutu
; Adkins has returned has accepted a position with the 35. tt.JACKSONVILLE .k.. VVATVK: P.+OMO 0 >'
.t. fences built around his place on N. from a business 1 refronhmenU and entertainment were N.n.oInu I in j.li' ,i ii
to Arcadia been
has
''i Walnut trip Tarnpa Telegraph. Mr. Proctor I : > r t.. Endow; ,4! ...:> t i_
i street. and Lakeland I,with our stiff before and is well nud provided for tho evening. .

i t IJ J favorably known in Starke. JOURNAL-T..at. ...... ,, --- -,- -.--

't. Bruce Davis, of Arcadia, spent Mrs. A. A. Smith and party of I Several of the women of Keystone afternoon edition, arrives here at J. ,L. FRAZSB

Sunday with his father W. E. Davie Lawtey were visitors to Starko Monday STOP THAT LEAKY! ROOFI! Huiuhttf were entertained at a dOO\ 1p.. m. dally. Delivered at your' ATTORNEY "AND COU.NS.I.LI.Olt::
parly given by Mrs II. W. Strong'audslater !,
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home by Wilbur Grltlla. For stale AT LAWPOSTOFFKIE
N. T. Ritch was a business visitor I have secured the agency in Brad Aims Leonia Clark: at their |
on street nfter arrival of trmn. Order : BUILDING
to Jacksonville this week. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. ford county for the Guardwell Asbeg-", '''apuflment Tuesday afternoon. Those -
I Duniel J. Richey, of Gainesville February to. Roof Paint and House Paint. This 'present' ecru Mis. C. li. Clark Mrs.VT now. tt* STARKE FLA
II)
I Bliss Eva Williams of Hampton Oth. Mrs. Richey was former- ,paint carries a guarantee of ten years U. Ogden, Mrs. F. M. Wulrath,

spent Wednesday in Starke. I Ij Miss Cynthia Woodard of Starke. against leaks and is readily appliedto Mrs. Claude Lawrence Mrs. C. Pong-

II i I' metal, shingles or compith.nrooRng. horn Mrs. D. T. Reamer, Mrs. J. L That Senate Committee on Teapot Dome

Ii lh W. Strickland, of Jacksonville, Owing to cold, rainy weather we' It contains 80 per
I was a guest over Sunday relatives. will extend our sale 10 days. F. A. .pure ground asbestos Which form u : Mildred Kiesennan and Mud Louise
Crowder. surface impervious to all weuthor. i Ilunim.Mian.

: I F. L. TURNER Starko Fla. I 1*
T. S. Williams loaded a car of potatoes ,

at Graham Wednesday. Mi I is E\ie Woodard has returned! Mildred F. Kicaenman and

home from Gainesville, where she had The finance committees of ho .Mlas Li..i.te Iliuinu, of Franklin, [

'II! Dr. E. L. BJKKa spent Monday in been l at the bedside of her aunt Mrs. Woman's Club have been reorganized arc uniting, hire Mary R. liorgon 111"1

. Jacksonville. ])aniol l J. Richey. '. ,< under the chairmanship of Mr. heyctotto Inn. ,

,G. M. Inman, with the follow! ib-

All varieties sweet corn and snnp :Mrs. II. Austin been n Hastint'a ,
bran seeds at Kickllter's. during the week, visiting her 'E. M Johns, hire Florence Powell poverty social was hold l>y member

I II'' lamlJniu'.biers, Mosdaines Roberts I and Miss !Mabel Welter. of Uie Keystone Heights Woman's I

!Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bethune, of and Yelvington. r | I' Club, Saturday evening ttl the Inn. ) t Y"If ''

Dade City, are quests of Hotel Ma- I j W. M.\ : Redding, formerly of Law The weurmic of jewelry und gaud a ,

rion. I We have just received a big ship-I t icy later of Daytona, and family( i j clothes was strictly prohibited, and

!Iment of spring goods which will\ be I h ave( moved to Slarke. "Morl'nn" tins i all who violated this rule wore imulu

Mrs. W. J. Dunlap and son, Edwin included. in the Bale F. A. Crowder. 1 many friends here to welcome him. to pay lines besides the aiu.ill admission Above Is plrtiirnl. the Pcnntorl.il Investigation Committee which
ban bi'n, and still is, forcing exposures In the Naval Oil laud Bor.ndal.
]1 / fee. who did not
He will Many
of Jacksonville weekend probably start a boardinghouse spend
were guestsof In the front row me Senator* Smoot, of UUbj L nroot, of WUcoiula,
Mrs. G. Gill at Hotel Marion. I' Mrs. Nolle Hughes has returned here. The Redding nre domiciled tho evening at cards, joined in the and Walah. of Montana.
tn Lake Wales after a short visit In the Green' cottage, cornl'rI I|square dunce in the dining room Hifroahinents .- ,

Cucumber squashes and temuto with her mother, Mrs.[ Sarah L. Hamdck. Sanderson and Jackson streets of coffee und doutfhnuta I
a tCtOtdttlOACfutA/JiD/nNA1,113Qt7t/ tCILtL1t9tVIDSl111twrmmamt; rnmt.n >uIoQin st a tasototmataa
seeds 1> at Kickliter's. |II wore served and during the evening I

I Hugh Brownlee, Jr., John Powell junior members of tho club sold homo''

W. C. Harris formerly of this sec- I! A. A. Kremkan, of Punxatawney and Thomas Lirnhnujth motored to made candy. {

tion, now of Maxville, paid Starke a Fa., was the guest of his father, Mr. Jacksonville Thursday afternoon to I A REAL TREAT

visit Saturday. |( Alex! Kremkau, at the Hotel Marion hoar Sousa's band. .MII.I.KUMiller
I last week.
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I
D. J. Byrd, well known citizen of I Mrs. James Goclbold, of Jacksonville I ub. SS.-Quite a number >"'f TO EAT

the Orooker section, was a welcome Misses Aliilee Lloyd and Helen Da- spent the week-end with her sister the people of this community attended -

caller at our office Friday.Go I Gracia of Boardman, wera weekend Mrs. S. S. Dowling. thu carnival at Lake Butler lust OUR EXCELLENT FRESH MEATS
guests of Miss Ruby Gill at Hotel :. week. I

to J. F. Kickliter for Georgia I Marion. Mrs J L. Townsend, of Palatka, ilr. and Mrs. K.': II. Biellinic visited''

and North Carolina peanut seed. has been visiting at the home of her their daughter MTH. J. H.1 Mclxiod, BEEF PORK
I :Mr.[ Ford, of Lakeland, Y. P. MeQueene bother, Col. A. Z. Adklni. Sunday evening.

of Loris S. C., and F. M. '' I Extra Good Beef This Week The Best There is
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Manning and Miss Minnie Dell Waters, who attends
Johnson, of Hampton, were visitors Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Foster, who

I I Jacksonville.Mr.Airs John Thornton. spent Sunday in j'j'I j I' te Starke .Wednesday. have, spent several weeks in Starke week-end school with at her Providence parents,,spent Mr. and thu Loin Steak, 30c Pork Ham 20c

-- left Monday for their home in dear !Mrs T. H. Waters.All" Round Steak 25c Pork Chops 20c

and Mrs. J. II. Baisden, of I I We are offering wonderful values ilcraonville! N. C. .. and_ _\fr_ N.. If. KffiL-MU. ,, u/,..vu._ I. ,
n. -- n. ""- Stew 15c
in ladies ready to wear. F. A. Crow- 1 Chuck Steak, 15c Pork -
Kenansville have been visitors
visiting at the j to Worthington Friday
I der. I| Mrs. M. A. McPhaul, of Red : Chuck Roast 15e Western Pork Roast 25
home c
I of Mrs. M. A. Baisden. Mrs. T. II. Waters was shopping in -
I 'Springs, N. C., and daughter Mrs.Sallle [ Dukes
Monday. Brisket Stew 2 II 25c Western Pork Chops 25c
N. T. Ritch has had his new residence M. Bennett of Clio, S. C., who ).
: Chickens and wanted at Kk'k- ., Mrs. E. D.
eggs IMellinff nnd son, Fred,
)liter's. corner Ninth and Cherry have been visiting Dr. and Mrs. E. L. attended church at Providence Sun- Rib Stew I lb. lOc Pure Pork Sausage 25c ,
I streets, painted and Blgfrs have
provided with gone to Morrlstown tn di.v. I

Mrs. N. D. Wainwright spent last t)j'sewerage visit relatives i I Messrs. N. (II. Stakes O. S. Thomas Leg Lamb 45c Lamb Chops 45c

Wednesday in Jacksonville with her and J. F. Douglass were business visItors -
I I Mrs. Sarah L. Hamrick, Mrs. Lucy1'owell !Mrs. Anna M. Johns and daughter, ,
daughter, Mrs. D. T. Clark.A. to Starke last week. i
I ( Mrs. Elizabeth Johns and Mrs.\[ Clyde Alvarez, and children of i !Messrs. Earl Peoples and Albert CREAMERY BUTTER 55c
Frank Carpenter motored to Gainesvilie Jacksonville, OLEOMARGARINE 35c
II. Green has purchased, the J. spent the week-end nt : Miller of the U. of I. ., spent the week -
Sunday afternoon. Kelly cottage Kingsluy lake. KINGAN'S I JAMS 7 and fi lb. 25c
D. Stansell store and residence prop I I end here with homefolkx. average

erty on North Walnut street. JUm't fall Mrs. Cody Darksdalr, who hay been SMOKED BACON 20c
fo see our line of shots
I Mrs. Sid Johnson and little son, visiting her Mr. .
parents, und !Mrs WHITE BACON 16c
!Mrs. J. E. Wilson returned yesterday at, reduced A. Crowder's prices Sale as low as 50c pair.F Sid, ,Ir, of Plant City, spent the weekend I Roland Thomas has returned! to her FlU SII 1 OYSTERS Apalachicola! 75c

after a visit in Gainesville with with her parents, Mr.\ nnd !\I I'll. 1 home in Dunne-lion. (!i ii

her sister, Mrs. S. T. Dell. I Mis. S. E. Brownlee William Struth. William Struth, Jr., .
and Mrs C. C. i
of Jacksonville, also I
was
a. recent
Sweet potatoes wanted. J. F Kick- Cross returned Wednesday from PaIratkn guest of his parents. j WOODLAWNI Variety Meat MarketNext
.- where they were guests of Mrs '
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liter. L' I
A V. i Woodlawn Fub. 22, D.
Long. Mr. and Mrs.[ N. Sternberg, Miss'!' C. Jones, I

Beatrice, Elizabeth and Louise'' Blanche McNeil and Dill Wainwright j i i of Starke, was a business visitor here Door to Bank of Starke Phone 1 24
AIrs L. C. Ray was called to Jack- Friday.
Howe entered the B. n.1 motored to Jacksonville Sunday and
of
,
Lawtey,
sonville Tuesday i D. I}. Browning business vi
morning on accountof I was a <-
S. this week. j I spent the day. I i onttl!>fMptCSaltltmCCtDtlftOefmU1C11tDI0tDCNDmel71e1N! : : 'l7mtM gl 01tGQ1NlaCND6t0141P! :9tCnafOeW!
I! the illness of her sister, Miss Mol- itor to Jacksonville Friday. !
lie Allbritton. Supt. and Mrs. H. D. Wiggins, of -
Gary Ennis, of the U. of F., spent F. F, Stump left Monday for a motor -
( Starke, were visitors here Friday.J. .
the week-end with his aunt, Mrs. > trip to Gustis and 'New I
Smyrna,
J'I' New line of voiles crepes per- I S. Norman and daughter, Miss
to look
W.
Morgan. after his
business
I cales, dimity, pongees, chambrays, those' Interests at Lois, were visitors to Starke Wednes
places.
,etc, stile prices 10 days more. F. A.
Spring minstrel at the Gaiety Theatre ], day.Miss
Crowder.A Lily Stokes, of Jacksonville, (
March 3rd. Mrs. E. R. Nclf delightfully entertained
I wax called hero Friday on account of
ln''' benefit bridge party will be held the Merrie Workers Monday the death of her sister, Mrs.[ It. J.
W. C. McLane spent Monday evening, ut her home
on N. Walnut
(at the club house Thursday evening, stoke) i
Lake Butler looking after insurance I"trl"t. I II.
Lusiness. 'i 'Feb. 21st, at 8 o'clock. All club i !Minx Mozolle Browning of Jacksonville

;members are invited to attend. ill i tho guest. of her parents,
I
!' Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Browning.
Many subscriptions to the Telegraph The spring minstrel will give ,a I I I | Death of Ir... Stokes
will expire March 1. Send us '
performance at the Gaiety 'I Mrs R J. Stokoi died at her home
$2 and get the paper for 15 months. C)11areh: Srd. Don't fail to Theatr"I' )I hi-r. Friday, Feb. lath: after an 111msH -

black-faced! comedians and other attractions LUMBERSASH | of nix months. She leaven! to
Don't fail to visit our store. : I
won-I 'j, mourn her death, her husband, threei
derful values for the next 10
DOORS, I small daughters, and two !sisters. Tha

'I Mrs. W. J. Frierson, of Fort Worth, Lime Brick j i body WIIH laid to rest at Mount /ioncemetery
Get strawberry tickets printed ,
your I'Texas, arrived last Friday to spend near ]Monmr[ Ga.
at this office in time to avoid the
several weeks visiting with relative. Cement The family has. many friend'" here Time and
rush. Payment Saving
I In this vicinity. Mrs.! Frierson is a BUILDERS HARDWARE ''I who sympathize with them in their
sister of Col. A. S. Crew
Mrs. Robert Tanner and little son, '' _.-. 10ao'r'ou can buy almost everything on instalments nowadays.

of Baldwin, are guests of her parr Mrs. C. Price of Shtrunn William. Paint _- _ _
B. Kingston, Pa ,
eats, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Powell.P. Maybe buying home or car or
are
is expected to reach here today. She Ky"ni .* you your your your
was called here account of the Illness % I piano furniture phonograph-on
on payments.
rugs
A. Crowder sale extended 10 ... ... l'tNl'-A-wonn
of her mother-in-law
Mrs. A.
days more. Price. "EHF711ti"arB.iltli" Why not apply this same idea to your saving?


Mra. O. L. Beasley entertained informally and Rtpairtnt" Put a definite sum in the Bank every week or month, justas

a few friends on Wednesday Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, Mrs. W. L. 094Consumers. if had to do it in order to retain possession of
Wall, Mrs. S. E. Brownlee and sister, you

evening. --I II I Mrs.spent C.yesterday C. Cross, in of Montpelier Gainesville, Mini.with[ LumberCompany FOR SALE,-Starke.Milch cows.McMillan See 215tfFOR P. S. your pass book. ..

.........._", ...",..v' Mrs. S. T. PellPRETESTS. SALE r.IIEAI'-t3 head of' cattle By and by you'll have a real bank account.

COFFINS & CASKETSAnd some good milch cows among; And it will be earning interest for you, instead of payingout
a Fall Line of INTECTIOY STARKE, FLORIDA. them. Mrs. M. A. BaUden. 2.1 -3t.1
interest.
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UI/"la ". Saaliu The discovery in flesh
greatest healing
FOR SALE!
Runner seed l
,
U the marvelous Uoroiow: a preparation ... peanut this method-
AUTOMOBILE HEARSE that cornea in liquid. and powder form 11.50 per bu hel, 6 cents per pound, Many people have built up a competency by

Always on hami. The beat ser- It id a combination treatment that not f. I). b. Lowell, Fla II. T. Hall Co.,

_. at the Iow...& price. SwtteaUon only purifies the wound of germs that Lowell, Fla. 2-22-tf.
causa infection but it bents tho flesh with
ha to telegraph _r extraordinary Bp<'NI. Bad woumU or ----
.... Registered Embalmer.DeWITT cuts which take weeks to heal with the 666 FOR SALE OR TRADE-Will trade Bradford County Bank

--- ordinary liniments mend quickly under good place, taking Ford car as first
tha powerful influence nf this wonderful Is a Prescription for Cold, Fuer and
JONES and
terms
payment giving good
C. on
remedy. Pnre(liquid)8lV, 60o and $120.
STARKE. FLA Powder BOG and 60o. SOW by LaGrippe. It's the most speedy remedy balance. Seab Crosby, St. PetersHa. Starke, Florida

.......- All Drug Stores we know, preventing Pneumonia. balZ, 2.15-4t.










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BRADFORD_COUNT TELEGRAPH. STARKER FLORIDA FRIDAY. FEBRUARY :22: 192J. 1
PAGE SIX. ,. '. _-_-_-- __._ .
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when the soil bAit warmed sufficiently Georgia, is visiting relatives and i j I SEABOARD TRAIN SCHEDULE .

Ii The'BradI I to insure prompt germination of the friends here this week. They come -
I
With seed. If the Florida method of weevil i to attend the funeral of her grandfn- J j i I (In effect Nov. U, 1923)) ASPIRIN

control is to be used, seed should be thor, Jake Call, of Mounteocha.\ ,i. Southbound-

planted about the last week in Mar-ch,1 Mrs. W. T. Wasdin and Lola Stokes i! No. 1 reaches Starke at 12:16 a. m.

4, Farmers Ii is highly resirable that the same of Waldo, were visitors here Thurs- (I No. 3, 10:59 a. m.

ford variety should be planted and that I day. I IItev. 1 No. 21, Cedar Key, 5:00( p. m. Beware of Imitations!
I 31. motored to No. 15, Limited, 1:10: p. m.
N -planting be done at about the same Arthur Depew (I NorthboundNo. -

I date throughout each section. Plant Hampton Thursday.
2 reaches Starke 4:15 a. m.
I I plenty of seed. Most cotton need now I Messrs. Joe and Gentry Cail at. No. 4, 4:26: p. m.

k COUNTY; : AGENTS size of the hen and the season.LNualh available in Florida are infected with tended the funeral of their grandfather No. 20( Cedar Key, 8:60: a. m. I,

i. .. 16 eggs are considered. a set nnthrucnoae, which causes low germinution. ( Jake Call, Tuesday.L. No. 16, Limited, 5:57: p. m. ,

'J. Santa Ro Delivered- two carloads ting, that in, for an average-sized 'I About a bushel of seed to G. Barry has completed his SOU Wannee Branch- I I

{ farmer It wan hen However, if it is early, it is the acre is recommended. I II acre contract of tomatoes with the No. 101 leaves Starke 7:45 a. m. I
of fertilizers to ; I I
Organized''better to place only 13 eggs under i "The farmer should remember that \V. E. Lee Co., of Plant City, and the No. 104 arrives Starke 3:15: p. m.
ordered co-operatively. T. :J. GRIFFIN
ono boys' club at Calhoun with 17 (, the hen. j no method of boll weevil control canI I farmers of our section are very busy Agent., |

boys. Inoculated 75 hogs against the "Before the hen is set, she should 'I 'make' cotton. The most that control planting and looking after their to'I'I I

be dusted with a good lice powder, meaSures can do in to protect the mato plants. They are looking
cholera for
one man. er, Mrs. S. L. Prescott. |
,
as sodium flouride. It is well to repeat -I crop ,while it is being made. It is of ward to a prosperous ;year with this '
I Mrs. J. Ii. Thomas! and daughter,
'f association is I this dusting on the tenth and |the/ utmost importance, therefore, i
Marlon-Our poultry 'I crop.Everett Alva, were shopping in Brooker on
f doing/ pretty well; it has hard going ]I I nineteenth days. The hen should bo that the acreage should be kept down I I Wasdin and sister Miss Wednesday "
and fed each what be eared fur. I Catclle of Waldo spent Sunday here
at times, but keeps at it and will finally released from nest day. II to can perfectly Mrs Carrie Warren and grandson, I
Some tomatoes Not over six or eight acres to the with relatives.Mr. Unless you wee the. "Buyer Cross" on
make a success. I Tomey, were guests! of her son, Frank package or on tablets are not getting -
they Habitual Conntlpatron curedin plow is recommended. Not 'more and Mrs. J. Allen, of Hampton you
through
and melons are peeping I 14 to 11 Days |I acres to cotton' but 'more cotton to attended services here Sunday Warren, at Sampson City Sunday. the genuine: Bayer Aspirin[ proved
been
y ground; most tomatoes have not | nitto by. millions and prt'aaribud by
planted. "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" Is a specially'j the acre,' should be the slogan.] I morning.Mr. I Messrs. Floyd Crosby and Hubert physicians over twentythreo years for
prfpnredSyrupTonicLaxa'JveforHabitua'iConstipation.
;
F It relieves promptly but''I' This publication may be secured at I II and \Mrs Will Jones, Mr. and Kelly, of Rising, were the guests of Colds Ileiiiliiclio

Lake Increased interest of late In should be token regularly for 14 to 21 daysto I abovo-inentioned institutions, both at 1t 'II 'Mrs. Math Wasdin, of Lawtey, motored -i friends here Sunday afternoon I] Toothache Lumbago
induce regular action. It Stimulates and t Gainesville. here and spent the day Sunday | Neuritis Rheumatism
citrus growing; calls from growers Regulates. Very Pleasant to Tak .. 60c I i with relatives I J. W. Lewis was! attending/ > busi- j Neuralgia Pain, Pain

I come in every day, asking for adviceS hottlo. ._ ,I
oar
SPRAY WITH BORDEAUX Thelma Barry, who has been attending ness in Starke Saturday. Accept "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin"

to fertilization, spraying and citrus general I RURAL COMMON; : SENSE AND KEEl TOMATOES: FROM I school in Hampton, has returned Mrs. M. A. Starling and. son, Delu I only. Each unbroken narkage, contain
1 grove practices. Many I proven directions. Handy boxes of
1 1 are beginning to bloom. DECAY IN WET WEATHER home. thia, of Cooter Pond, were visitors twelve tablet cost few cents. Drug-
proves \ Are The Fairs Worth The Price? I Mr. and Mrs Lewis Byrd, of Hampton here Monday. I I gilts also Hell bottles of 2t and 100.

Okvcchobua fair of tomatoes Most of the damage to the tomato spent Sunday here with relatives Aspirin is the trade mark of Bayer
acreage! I M.muf.ietiire of MonoocetkucIJtwter
(By Spuds Johnson) in Florida caused by early Miss Opal Lewis, of Brooker, was 1 I of
beans, pens, corn, watermelons crop fbe Quinine ti Dot riot Allet.1 !e Ite.l. I ,alicvlk' cl'".
and Irish potatoes is planted here blight (nail head rust) is usually the guest of her sister, \Mrs. Irving BTSIHK of Its ton:,- sod ln,."'". efwt.A I I
"Is it worth the price?" That Is the Dyal, Sunday.Mr. Till!': UFOMO QUININE!' : TnbtitO ran !he taken '
done during weather. This disease -
and most of these and rainy by nyunrwitnnutcmtdnp
growing.! Truck here crops was are not up dam. question I find myself asking just injures the foliage and rots the I and Mrs. Tommy Oldham spent In tf' liunti. E.W.GROVESefgstu.; orrvouene.nurrhlaop: n ;1. ::I, 7" LOOKS r WONDERAGE

-about time I visit a fair. And, the week-end with her
need by the recent cold weather. The every fruit. It is present in practically parents, at

,; string bean crop has been moving to, to be honest, I've never been able to every field and is ready to do its destructive Hawthorne, USE NOSE SHINE

market heavily for some time; 200! answer it to my complete satisfac work as ton as conditions Rev. Arthur M. Depew, state evan- Now She Will Dance
I
hampers were shipped Friday. tion. However, it has been answered.I bcome favorable. A few days of wet gelist, organized a Christian Endeavor i F SHINY NOSE

went to Tampa to take in the South weather and it may ruin an entire! society Sunday. night with the following amt EXCESS PERSPIRATION

} Florida Fair, which, by the way, wasa crop. officers:
Wakulla-More fertilizer has been
iw bought/ this already through our whopper. Spent about a day in In discussing this disease, J. R. President, Mrs. M. C. Abernathy. OIlY SKIN-ODOR OF PERSPIRATION
year loking at the exhibits. Late in tha Vice Mise'Francis BLACKHEADS-ENLARGED PORES
farm bureau than Will bought by the Springer! extension truck specialistof president, Murrhee. I
county during the last eight/ years afternoon I got tired. and edged over the Florida College of Agriculture, .. I RED NOSE FRECKLES

{,?, Seed is being bought! likewise. Prospects into one of the booths to rest. aays that it forms round to oblong Corresponding secretary, Miss\ Mattie Will Keg Y
It was the Alachua county booth spots on the leaves,.stems and fruit Ogden.

I .. / feed tire,good/and. for farmers a large are acreage keeping ofhog and I got to talking to Mr. Craft, the of the tomato. The spots on tha Recording secretary, Miss Linnie ss ''sb,: MAILTODA: Y::: :t.=7
I
, county agent, who was in charge. Fogg. I
right up with cholera control; over leaves appear in the form of more or
-
I 10,000 hogs hive been given this 1 Along cornea a sensible-looking les irregular, eccentric, dark rings, Dewey Murrheo is leader for Sunday

I treatment within the last few months woman and Raid to DIr Craft, "Is the somewhat resembling a rifle target. night, and Miss Leta Fogg Sun- "
cushaw good to eat?" Of course the The spots vary in color from slightly day, March 2nd. t at better than care Tntt't Pin taken 'la

Walton-Held two fine meetings agent told th good lady all\ about reddish to dark brown, the larger Mr. and Mrs. Will Birt and time,artt SICK not only a HEADACHE remedy for but prevent

1 this famous vegetable fruit spots later becoming covered with dren, of Louis, were visitors Chil-j .
this week for the farmers, assistedby a L&Uoum.ti_ nd I luulrad .n-
In a few minutes here S
runes a Saturday.
grayish black mold.
the citrus pathologist. Care of I
young satsumus was the prohlem fellow who l later on wrap been sayinghe ,: The spores that produce the disease Messrs. Perry Byr', _f Titusville, I Tutt's PillsA
is a real estate man. And h* and.
studied mostly. Farmers are buyinghiifhgni grow on these spot sand are Murphy Byrd, of Tampa, were
wanted to know if tillage wasn't a visitors here last week
>!o fertilizers and for R'oodprlccs. easily detached, and may be carriedto
fertilizer. He wanted to argue i ban other plants by wind, rain, insects, TONIC
informed that it i i. a cow fead. etc. ZIFF Grove's Tasteless chill: Tonic restores

Liberty-Distributed 300 sand pear Later I strolled into the St. Johns Spraying With bordeaux mixture Energy and Vitality by Purifying rind
county booth. While looking the exhibit Ziff Enriching the Blood. When you feel Its
trees to our farmers this week and (1-4-50 formula) is recommended asa Feb 22.-Purvls Lewis :and

took orders for more. I over I heard a visitor asking control measure. This should be'' sister, Opal, attended church over at trrntfthenlni.invigorating effect, see bow

many I the lady agent in charge, "Can't you I done as son as the plants are well established Graham Sunday.Mr. ureara It brings color to the cheeks and howIt

II use the peel of the tangerine for i after transplanting, and and Mrs. R. B. Thomas and r, improves the appetite you v/iilthen
I Volusin-Interest in bulb growing/ ?" I appreciate Its true tonic value.Grove's .
making fancy gloves In
answering, daughter Hazel Lee
should be ,
j ia still repeated every two weeks, were guests on Mrs. Helen West, mother of
here and
increasing several I a
the lady in the booth showed the posttsed if rains are frequent, it will probably Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Thomas daughter 1-1, and wife of Rev. I' Tasteless chill Tonlo is simply
large concerns are taking it up and a degree of patience which be to of Brooker. James S. West a Baptist Ministerof Iron and Quinine suspended in syrup. So
f.,1 i often and
necessary more
making definite plans to plant soon. spray San pleasant even children: like It. The blood
of ua ever attain. She said, "It I Inever to keep it Mrs, Avy Hines, of Cooter Pond Francisco, has left her hus
longer.
,
Gave a demonstration of budding andpropagating been dona. I'm afraid th-iyi up band so she may sing on the con. I needs QUININE to Purify it and IRON to
citrus and shrubbery on 1 is spending this week with her mothttdlnes cert stage and will nu longer hav Enrich it. Destroys Malarial germs am'Grip
one day. would not wear very wall.' "|,- Colds Cause Cirip And Influenza to "sneak out" to dances. germs by Its Strengthening. Invfgor.
s
And a fallow came along in ti min- acing EfTtx-r ..(*_
LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE T.blets rrmnv I thcause.
ute and asked a man in the booth, if | There In only one "'l-'m' Uiauu
''t HOW TO SET A HEN the augar cane ha was arranging F. W. GKOVE'S .'...... .- ot ..... SOu r Cigarette-

wasn't hand painted.But L- for Her Death .10"... .

"How to set a hen" beginners in all\ the questions were, not ao J. L. Hux, chief of police of Lees- .... .- = .:. ...- .f: ...._
the poultry business often ask. H.It. silly. I Recall\ several instances when burg, was shot to death from ambush + 3n w'l>'i "-

Lanaden, extension poultryman of persons asked for and received most I while he was seeking a moonshinestill
That
the Florida College of Agriculture, valuable farm or home information. in a swamp near there. He received Little, Red School HouseThe

recently had occasion to it. two gunshot wounds In the --- ----- -----
answer One exhibitor told me he apent half - -----

lie said: an hour explaining to a farmer the head and died instantly. Three men basis of American life is the public school. Perhapsno

"The first essential is good egga. advantages of tasting aaad. Another were arrested on suspicion. None of institution in our country has inspired more platitudes.

Purchase them from a responsible] spoke of spending hours in telling them has made any statement.One The little red schoolhouse has been the mainstay of our cart

j reliable breeder who mates nothing interested farmers about the principles !- ,1 tail orators and political blatherskites for generations.

\ 1 but strong, vigorous birds. Place the I. of pruning fruit trees. man is dead, two are seriously Unquestionably the school lies deep in the-interest of

order but do not have the eggs shipped Well, all this has made me think wounded and one of them may lose the people, yet peculiarly the people show little activity in

until certain you will have a of fairs in a different light i've come J Ills leg as a result of a difficulty .. + combating the weakening of conditions which under our

broodyhen when they arrive. Do not to the conclusion that they are all which occured in the northern partof )- system seem to be robbing the American child of its inalienable

give the eggs to the hen as soon as right. Their educational value as Santa Rosa county a few days igr right-the right of equality in education.
they arrive but leave in cool since, details of which came out
a dry ahown herein justifies their cost, : irt Every village in our State is always willing to appropri.
Tuesday in the coroner's
place and undisturbed for :24 hours. many times over. They are worth the I ion. investiga ate monies for a new schoolhouse. America has the finest
"A day or two before expect : .
you price. school buildings in the world Jn but invest-
consequence, our
the eggs arrange a place to set the !
GRAHAM / ment appears to be more in bricks and mortar than in brains
hen. Whenever a hen i ia allowed to
To Stop a Cough Quick and understanding. When the people take a deeper interest
steal her nest she usually]\
away se- take
IIA YES' HEALING HONEY. a in our school curriculum then we look for sounder
Graham, Feb. 22Mr. and Mrs. L. may a a
bets
a cool, damp, quiet place. These
cough! medicine which the
stops cough by happier and a more citizenship.
conditions should be duplicated as healing the Inflamed and irritated tissues.A G. Barry and children were visiting! t tKff prosperous

nearly as possible in selecting the box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE: Mrs. Lewis Byrd, of Hampton, Mon- : ;; Stripped of fine phrases, education can be summed up

netting next. If it is not possible to SALVE for Chest Colds: Head Colds and at knowledge, sound education and sound knowledge that
day.Little
,I net the hen on the ground, a box with Croup HAYES'Is HEALING endowed with every bottle of R. V. Smith, of Ocoee, H, r1ARGARETNARDIN enable one to meet and conquer the perplexities of life. Our
IIONEY. The
sod In it should be provided. This should be rubbed on the chest and throat salve! visiting his grandparents, Mr. and .4, boys and girls from the farms know something of astronomy -

sod l should be dampened and a small of children suffering from a Cold or Crou Mrs. E. J. Murrhee. but what do they know about freight rates on farm

1 amount of straw placed over it. ddeihethroatrurutIurdwiththehealing: ; : ID Miss Frances Murrhee returned products ? Is there in our schools any opportunity for the ,

"The box used should not ba deep I i.rnvc U-PiO'Trat. delve through the pore.effoct u
enough to cause the hen to jump the ikla toon .'01'. .a oxulh. in South Florida. they know we must-and why we must-put on the market I
IIotIl..modl.>are parked In oo"carton and the
down on the eggs but shallow]\ enoughto I COM of the combined inauuem .la:ISc. Truby Dyal, of Plant City, spent such a quality of natural and manufactured products as

allow\ her to step into the nest Just ask your druggist for HAYES' Sunday with his parents, Mr. and will command the best prices and stimulate wider use by I
0 HEAUNG HONEY; worthiness ? What they that will enable them
gently, thus preventing her breakingthe Mrs. O. W. Dyal.! are taught
J
eggs. Rev. Arthur M. Depew, state evan- to vote intelligently on matters of public, social and economic
TilE WHOLE STORY TOLD relist of the Christian concern? Are they equipped to analyze proposed legislation
church
"A has
cover or door can be made for .
ABOUT GROWING COTTON
Maaelu5 a. that will fasten the unfair ?
on people competition .
the box so that the hen can be lock- ; been holding a series of meetings at
Like questions might be asked regarding the teachingof
this place. Everyone
to
ed up. Never have more nests than seem be interested -
j hens. "The whole story" about growingcotton and Sunday night two addi- boys and girls who find their lives centered in the industrial -
setting When
the hens
are released in Florida is told in a recent
world. We
are swimming in dangerous waters whenwe
ions
were made to the church.
to feed, they do not always "summary of information" issued by Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Stewart and rest satisfied with the frills and fancies of "up to date"education
return to the right nest. Then if son
th College of Agriculture and the in our schools. A of
Paul and smattering botany, biology,
there Misses Pinholiter and Andrews
are extra nests the hen that -
State Plant Board. From seed bade
hygiene and psychoanalysis found no place in the educationof
has been of Brooker, attended services
'cheated' out of her regular] to seed, or from plantingtime] to the
here Thursday night. men and women who built America, and it should find
nest will take the one next to it, even planting time, runs the advice. A in the
no place educating of American boys and girls to-day.
Mesdames Johnson
If there and Bugg of
should be are no eggs In it. The nests few extracts from it follow: Hampton, were visitors here Saturday School is work, hard work. It is the first application of that
placed in a building or -
"Low winter temperatures bare-led discipline and self-control so necessary to proper develop
room that is not being used for other farmers to believe that the cold evening.Mr. .
some ment. Butterfly trips from subject to subject spell confu.
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and Mrs.
poultry so that the setting ben will weather has killed hibernating Henry Padgett, of sion and weakness
id not be many superficiality that in later years will prove a
e disturbed. 1 boll weevil Careful examinations CLOGGED W. P. G. Hardmg, Governor of to the nation.
I "The number of eggs depend on the I show that in the vicinity of Gainesville THROATS the Federal Reserve Bank of Bos. Let us wash the camouflage from the walls of the little
\VTn-n your wind I* shut oft and
practically no weevils have ban breath* difficult you try to raimrtha ton life, and who blames cigarette the smoking whirl of social the red schoolhouse and see what it really looks like to-day. If
as
HOW'S THIS? killed thus far (February 1)), while lungs. and or *forcing ucliicnlcontracting air through the the cause of his daughter's suicide, ia we do, there will soon be a radical reorganization in our

HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE! will at Madison only 33 percent are found throat. This is bard on your lungi supported by Gov. Morgan, of Wait system of training the young.
do what wa claim for It-rid your system dead from all causes. The cotton end you- throat and dilates the bloodvesrnM ) Virginia, who says Cigarette
of Catarrh or Dearness caused by farmer must use practical "*. Clogged throats are easily and smoking among women Is becoming Drinking coffee kills a man In Pittiburgr, drinking; whiskey kills a
Catarrh. every quickly opened,.fbl..cm raimi and the alarming and it it time the child in New York, drinking water kills a girl in Tazaa. She dies of
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE con. method of combating the weevil, and throat In. IIOOtb.. healed by Leon- Women's Clubs took active part to typhoid. Is there no way of escaping grape juice?
elata of an Ointment which Quickly aruTa Cough syrup (Creosoted). It
must, in addition, employ the very stop the practice. I would consider
K U.v.a the catarrhal inflammation and prevents straining hacking .n.1 l baa a
the Internal M"'llelno a Tonic which best cultural practlcs." valuable antiseptic action. lint remedy ,it the greatest thing I could do for Better lock up your heireaaea. Another Prince has arrived In

acts tJlroulfh. thus the aiel.t"111".1. on" 1'polllr.the NucouaSurface. non "The land should be prepared early fur coughs, cold.., bronchitis, West my state if I could stop smoking In New York.
Virginia
nl.1 Sold condition.rdl.U for I 0" V.UI. in order to KJ.B a .'f'>1. "led Safe grippe, sure croup and end pleajiaat.whooping At cough.;your P Mrs. Lcnlu: ..... .: Russian peop' ...ools and h"'- lt:1l"

*. J. Cheney A Co., luledo, O. seedbed at planting time Plant druggUt. t in memory of her husband, rather than a monument. How long la It

since Lenin WM a dangerous animal t Tha world do m y.. ,

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: rni (FEBRUARY 22, 1921. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA TARE: !SKVRM' :

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ing used for business at the time of | T --- fi :i. lD-Fi :i.t. G ------

I IA the collision. No deduction allowed That tinxl, ill-writ, dimitirifted '....1. 1ur 1
You SAY YOU'RE THERE vou IF I'D KNOWN/ YOU Yf@LL 1 ii.ft; c.iu'oil 1 u trpid< !li\i, r will n>nnt>-
the of the
111E "INi"\oIEt'\ cpEPuFR w 6> V.'OULPM'T HAVE was not being used for business iirj! >rmin; r"">", "' 'i I I"I' u.:' I i- Itprliine,

EETWILL THANK 'cueven. GOOD purposes. Amounts expended by owners I } ou r', I i' I i'qt"/1''rt..t'I / I I'. fel t

41 I,,. Ou ,1 r i J' ,'i, t. It i iili I' mtv
HOME ARe AGAIN or convenience IN repairing damages I I i': .' '" .liiimpurities, \ 1 I'" ::1.( IfTI-

thereto caused by negligent operation I Put u. 1 f"II'i 'H of ref' : r.t"t..t. .m.

I do not constitute deductible los ,. \ '. ii-d liuo.vancy ul viiirtt' *.
sea I lriit' t; .. .':.1 I !h"

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+ OKST. Ur. Mail d I Taxpayers are advised not to delay I ._ .
ifw Nude Tai in the flUnK of their returns. To do I --- ---- -

1 'EGed-sat Y I so results In confusion and congestion

I I during the closing days of the IU1 nil-, !

period which ends nt midnight uf
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d March 15th. !
b I 1t 4ttY MArl fJC4 OItP44

II I HIGHLAND NAPPINl43 rr 90[! i
,Terry I II I
Cilkillon r e I IriuTOestr.a *IV[ 1t7U A WlOCK l HOtC%

Highland, Feb. 23.-B. D. William Or THlMiMiri WQRQ'1 ACou-v

I II spout the week-end hero with rein I IP.
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C. Rerry made a business trip 0Iitlpr
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', 140W 00 WELLIUURFMEMl3'siAND WM3N f0U'u 1 to ..Jotckson'illeVodnt19day.. | Y

1 tit YOU KFPT COMPANY irjNALLY PIP I| Sheriff K.! Weeks and Deputy Qui,: j Above In Siln H. Strnwn, ot Chicago j

MEAN ? V rrH ME BK3HT I S IS +ask Icy; <,f Green Cove Springs, were bus- one of the two lawyer who

2ARC- So 4uDDEN.M InoMi visitors here Saturday. | will inveatl ate the Naval Oil w jI
4b dsL Coolidge.'
1 Sbl'itpbII Mm. E. M. O'Kelly, and children, land Elimination leases for of President former Attorney I

i i of Sparr spent the weok-end other
,491'1 hel't.I, General Gregory leaves the
I with rclntivos. I Investigator unnamed. r

M. L. PrcHcott and D. A. Austin e
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1 motored to the state farm at Rniford

'. Monday. I II
I Violas Johns anti Junu-
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I ttov. J. A. Conway of Green Cove J. ,
visitor4here ------
of Graham were
Reynolds
| Springs| hold regular services at the 1;( ,
I :Sunday.' >\\il I of jx'opN. rill throur!)
Baptist church Saturday and Sunday
I\I MiKHoa'" Minnie, lea\ nnd Alphi- liiil I \\'l.I."l, p'II'I| '| rniuyivl' ; tlir
J. E. Wimhcrly, of Birmingham, i j'
lodges Amy' Kcnfnn', Juinei aloy-! 111'1.,1') .,".> Mil, Ills
Ala., arrived Monday for n few days
1 1 ( visit with his brother, II. C. Wimberlv. > I inuUls, Sclu-ll Byrd and Olove Porter Mliou'i t'rniiiiH, l'lim) iitul' Anu-liu

cuunrw, rite I motored:! to Lake Butler Saturday Harper went 'n\i>r to Lul) '. Saturdayand

\ SNOWPLAgES ,IN | evening and attended the carnival
Mrs. Lillie Padgett, Mrs. Lennie I IPadirctt spent the day with .1. :S. lluwurd
and daughter Mary,
AGatM .TL'tof'o\ David I'arnell unit family.
Dawson and I-. E. Padgett
IW..1'C j
; made business trip to Lake Butler
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transacting business at Starke I Clifton Richard of Lukoluiid, upon)
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Tuesday. Sundny with his family near. here
MASTER'S SALE NOTICE OF ELECTION i ,\l"pr.,xumitu length 7D miles. \ Munnrw. !M. V. and I. iwrenco Crys- Mrn. :Sarah Hilton of Jacksonville
Nonce in I.r..by given that under and by llv i hi power veiled In them by the lava Komi, I No 8. hand N>. :a to Hold No.1. R. C. Padgett visited his mother, ( : ,
.1rtu. of that' CM" 'lam final decree of foraclosuru of l l..rl.lo. tho board of public Instruction of \u'oI'imltu' length 8.' mile. Mrs. Carrie Padirctt, at Gainesville Mrs. It!. ... and( Lucy Johns motored la sptmding a few days with her paTents -
made mid rendered on November 22, UradforU county. Florida. hereby: calle eletfI{"uol No 7. mater lo Head No. 6. Appravnnene to Lake Butler Wudnosday.!
U I9'U I I. by Honorable W. S. Uullock tinni, to I be held in each, Long Dodge andNew I length 3.. mile. several days last week. Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Rivers
judge of the Fifth Judicinl Circuit of rlorida.. River sub school tlutrlcta Tuvaday.Mnrch Itoud No. I. Drooker to New River. Approximate J. F. left I I Mr.' tied Mrs. R. E!:. Dull, Mr. and
Clarity
Honorable \. V. Long judge of the Elithth 1H. 11)24, to determine whether or not length 8.1 mile I Tuesday for his
Judicial (ircuit being disqualified, in that they shall consolidate elect three truatera- 'I'rutotal lenitths of the. projects. ) la apo home at Parrish after spending IIKADI'OUI) Mrs' J. E. Harper visited at Dukes
certain cause wherein the Federal Loan Dank and determine the millaire to be aueuedi liroximalely 47 miles.I n
of Columbia. a corporation i I. romplalnant.and UK'unit, the consolidated rtbtrict. |I'I The total quantities. of the Item on which couple of weeks here. Sunday nflernoon.
For of holding aald election in nroiiosala. are desired are approximately a* Bradford, Fob 22.--Miss Collie
J I M Starling and Nettle Starling; hfa purpose !Miss Kate Fip! >rHim, whu In teaching -
wife and the Lav/toy National' Farm Loan I "lit: Dodge, B. F. Rent,'.. J. K, Adkina follow .
lAiuocintion. ere defendant. the undersiuned. O U. Moody and L. U. Jo line are appointed I I I Clearlnir and grabbing 207.4 acre.. Cooke, of Ft. White, was visiting her school at "lac hun, accompanied
will otfrr for mile and will sell to the blithest Inupcctoni., I|I I ....'atlon. 77645 eu. yd*. NK\V: IIIV Kit: brother, L. A. Cooke, last week.S. by her friend Miss
and best bidder fur cash In front uf the I I For the purpose of holding said election I i toad machine iradinv, IHJ2 station Russell came
_-mirthoUKtf door in Starke. Bradford county I in New Kiver. G. W. Andrew..' D. W. Koad machine grading 'liand, clay section) I V. Amlreu, or Brooker, passed\ aver and spent the weekend with
Florida on !Monday. the 3rd day of March W,, M. 1-arker and F. A. Andrew KOllr'j II 43> station. New River, Feb. 22.-G. C. Porter, lust
A. D. 19J4. during the legal hour of pale I luiinted. inspectore. untreated. plllnir. 8612 lln. ft.tintrentel through our community one day her parents Mr. and Mm. G. .\. Ep!:
for of satisfying aid final deer L. W lUCK LITER. I I l structural. tlmlK'r. 1H28 M. made a business trip to Jacksonville i week.
thtjP'} rl'ln': deacribed real estate ly- II V. WIGGINS. Chairman '' Clay surfacing material; 8I"8 eu. yds. Saturday. person.
|lag and being in Bradford county .Florida I .Sit rotary. Unit of overhaul 2374 unite. I MISHCS Civncva Harrell and Marie Wllllnni Smith and family have
\o-wlt: Mixing and shaping land clay serfs**, Mrs. W. :M. Parker went to Jacksonville
Unborn entertained crowd of
The Southweat Quarter of the Southeast (12-t5.5t-3.U. 806:10: .q. M.U i. a young moved out to New Klver.
quarter. of the Northeast Quarter; and the CtlEDI- Inch pipe culvert, 69 lln. tt. Friday on business. folks at heir home with a social' given -
NOTICE Or FIRST MEETING OF Th.Ielrulle. boys and girls basket
1H Inch pluo culverts, 840 lln. ft
Southeast Quarter of the Suuthwent Quarter I II. T.
lef the NortheMt Quarter. and the North In TORS 21 inch pipe culvert. 47S lln. ft. I Pnrnell went to Jennings on In honor of !Miss Callle Oooke, of bull, tennis came ovnr Fridny and,
the district
court of the United 9tatea
Half ot Northwest of NortheastQuarter All work to be done In accordance with Thursday to attend the
tomato
Quarter for the grow- Ft. White !Friday nlKht. Games and
of the Southeast Quarter; and the Southern District of Florida. In Bankruptcy i I the plan. and Instructions, general provl- played the Lake Hotter team. The
[North Half of the Northeast of the I ions, special provisions' specification and pro- I era meeting. music until late hour
quarter were enjoyed a
In the matter of W. M. Bryan of La... i iiosnl and contract of Bradford county, boys scored 83: to lain favor of Lake
Northwest Quarter of the Doutheaiit ,
j fall In Section Thirty-six (361. And Quarter the toy. Florida.aforesaid, 'in the county of Bradford, district I', Each: bid must be aceompanle. by a eertilled -..1 J Messrs. Schell Byrd and James I when the guests departed) ench declaring huller and the girls SO to 10 In favor
south Half of Southwest Quarter of South- bankrupt. check or a biddora bond mad. payableu Reynolds, Jr., of Graham motored)
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Notice had enjoyable
la hereby given that February they an
least Quarter of Section Twenty-four ((241. on > K 8 Matthews chairman board of bond of the home team.
C, l'l_4. the said debtor waa. duly adjudved I trustees for five per cent of the amount bid. here Saturday afternoon. I ,
All of the above described land being in evening 1
bankrupt and that the flat meeting of gall as evidence of good faith and as a icnarantee Some of the Union county boys attending -
Township rive (ID) Kane Twenty-two
122)) East of Tallahansee South Meridian contaln- cre n.r..... I ,. University, came over on
Law Gxchantce Olflif in the City I and bond .
In" ,n the aggregate 50 a.rea.A. oxii.uto the contract" give a re- | !Mrs Ii tl'r Johns given in honor of ,
\ hero
of I'luyno IlIt""e.throulth" Sunday
Jacksonville. 1 ,
Floridn, on ,,1..01,
Z. ADKINS 1I2ru < Hiitimluv to play the local team The
Special Muter in Chancery. ri-hnmry, JJ. 1 at 10 o'clck; a m, at I The right la I reserved to reject any or all IJIiriM Alphir Hodges birthday on Feb. I C!. M. Andreu and family were visitors Lake
IA. which time said creditors nay attend, prove blla., score Was 4 to 15 In favor of
8 Solicitor CREWS.for Complalnnnt. 2-l-8t-2-2 their clalnu,. appoint a trustee, examine that i I I'lnna and speculation may be seen at the, ,, 11 bankrupt, and transact such other liimlneaaas eritlneer. and copies of
ofTlce of thn county .
may properly come before Held meeting. the anecincatlons, may. be obtained from the, I '. and Mrs. L. A. Cooke attended I ,
ORDER FOR PUBLICATIONIn ated." Jacksonville. Ha., February 8, 1U24. secretary of the board at 14,511 Per copy. :Mr. and Mrs. Allen Porter and children services Worthington Sundll'l.I .
Circuit Court. Slate of Florida. ElahthJadicinl : See that your claim la properly executed Cople of the plan may be obtained from I !SICKLY. rr.KtIMI: ('UII.lmtX:
Circuit. Bradford County. In Chancery and Hid( with the referee, otherwise you will the secretary. of the board at 1.1.60 for each and Miss Rasa Hodges attended \ II .Harrell anti family matured' Children from
not participate In dividends.MOH I sulTering intestinal worms
set. I
complete
road or 11.50 for thu the fair
W .1. Walker <; VM F. JONES. February 11. 19Z4. Saturday evening. :I through here Saturday.T. I litre cross! rr..llr..n and iiuhi'iillhv.. Thorp
Complainant It Ktfforttv In liankruptey.: E. 8. MATTIIFWS. I W. M. Hndget. made n business trip Weeks and! son and dauifhtvr I lira oilier! symptoms|> Imwver. If tin1
Chalrmnn.IN'COM
Martha Walker." I KILL TO QUIET TITLE C. A.Secretary FUTCH.. 2.1I1-6t-11-U to fake Butler Saturday. passed through here enroute to Pine child lit /lull", ,IIIIH dark romps midi, tin

[Jet..da..t.IoUt In Circuit Court Bradford County Flor" ,.----- I Mossra. Rivers (eyes IHIII (math and l l-uke no interest' inliliiy
George
Ira' Wilson
by affidavit I appended 1 to the ida. In Chancery I Hill Sunday. il.-in nlmoHt fi ciTlaiiity that w..rUl"IIrn

\ nl Walker.r.rIe l the above defendant stated therein cause. named that Martha la i IE. A.Complainant Kennedy, !I"J INFORMATION: and Jessie. Ncwsom, of StnrVi". motored -- .---- iMttniK iiwav its! vilidilv. Tim minxtriMiindy ',

a non-resident of the suite of Florida I and v. I I here !Snmliiv": afternoon! | I.\I\E BUT mt fur wormsi;n\V'liit4t'ii'rriuu. V" rim .

she Is a resident of Kditewater, Plate of Alabama Columbia DefondnnU.N. Payne, et ala. i' DuductionH allowed taxpayers in I Joe MrKinnov and Ifnrvev Similar II i _____ TIIKI" It( it "poHlllvo luMtrurtlim to 11"1
and is over the sue of twenty-on hut huruiltiM Uio chilJ Price
Y..re To Columbia, N. faint, whoa. residence la connection with the maintenance and | "f l.nko Rutl,T. attended the party !Luke butler Fob 22: : -The "llrnl, 33c.worms Hold! by << to
It In therefore ordered that said non-resl unknown. defendant.rit
dent .l.'f.mliint be and I* hereby required to "tlr.o. : You are hereby: required, to li. operation of nutomobilcii are the subject i- I! harp Friday night. vat 1 shows furniHhud' a in line men I l<> All Drug Store i

ai'>i I'or im to or the before bill, of Monday complaint the filed 3rd In day saidCKUIICI ofMar. and mart, app for ar ihn :" htht'dl I 1..I of the of clreuit Horiiiu. : of frequent inquiries from taxpayers r

.''.. A. I) IllJI. otherwise the alienation in< and for Bradford county on Monday, in tiling an income tax return --
of sail bill will be "taken as confessed by the 7lh day of April. A. D. 11124, at the court
Mud dffendant., hmuv in Kiiid county In filarke, Plorltla. to The following is for this iruldance of I J
It I.l furtliir, ordered that this order be nn>.utr a lull of comnla' exhibited. aaalnst and
published onco a week for four conBooutivove you In said court hy B. A. Kennedy owners prospective owners. i,!
<-k< 111 I hi- Bradford County Teleijraph. a 'r,,,' Hraiirnid County Tiletiraph. a weekly :Such costs for garage bills, gasoline i -
nt.v\Hi"Aiir| lublinhid, in said county and state.rhH nrupnpir i ublishid, In Starke. Bradford
January 1H, 1024. ."' "lIy. Florida It hereby: designated as the I In repairs, etfyf may be deducted usa
G. W. ALDERMAN I i < V.MIKIIU r ,in which this notice shall!) be publirthul whun
automo-
I : business
for eight expensu an >
consecutlva week
IS al' Clerk Circuit Court. I i
By C. A. KNIGHT The lu".,," described, In the bill, of complaint I bile is used wholly for buHinens purposes | ,
Deputy: Clerk. In this cause, the title to which la sought to
A S CREWS I bo quieted against the above named( defendant. I or in trade, profession or furniintf. i /
Solicitor for Complainant. 2-1-81-2-20. is r particularly; described aa fallows! to-witr I When used partly for such he
Tin. Kant rlnlf of the Southeast quarter of purposes .
I i Section 21. township 8 South of Uange 22 and partly for pleasure or eon-
Cust: nil In Bradford county .Florida.. .
Subscribe for Wltnens my hand and coal of said court venience of the taxpayer and his family -
Ode the rth day of Febratry. A. D 11)24. THE UNIVERSAL CAR
the be and the
O. W. ALDERMAN coat may prorated

The Telegraph Clerk Ida Circuit Court., Bradford County, Flop I 'part i attributed to business or the

By C. A. I'other pursuits mentioned deducted
I Seep.) Deputy Clerk
K M JOHNS. as a business expense.

Solicitor for Complsjlimnt 289t4.4 !II, The same rule applies with regard
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to the deduction for depreciation,
NOTICE TO IIIUDERS I
Sick i Rested hula will be received b* the boafd, which Is allowed when an automobile

I I f nt of bond the trice trusteea' of of the Bradford: aecrctary, county of the Florida board, 'is used wholly in business, trade, profession Your Ford Now

, Headache at March Stark in m.'t.Florida and, .until at that!2 o'clock time publicly p. m" I or farming, and must he apportioned Buy

op' nod farApproalmately accordingly when used
I 8200 fenee poeta to be <].. I I
Ilvrrd along the roiula a* followa i partly for pleasure. If an automobileis IJ
have used Black-Draught
Hamptrm ThtifMa Brooklyn road
when needed for the past 25 140(1( ........ approximately used almost exclusively for pleasure J "'\'{ "TlTtl spring almost here thousand of families antici-
years" says Mrs. Emma !Stark*. rh.rra.Ma road. approximately: 1.000 1 a deduction for depreciation ,is

Grimes, of Forbes Mo. "1 0 pou.Stark. ** (ireen Cove Spring* ....d. approimatcly *- not allowed. W pating the demand that is certain to exist for Ford Cars

began taking it for a bad case 600 poaU. The purchase price of automobile
of constipation. I would get B Road by Stevnaon'a *row.. approximately' an and Trucks are placing their orders for immediate delivery.
U'Mj' I when used in business
I PO..U even wholly -
constipated and feel just miserable Rued by New River and
Wiley Kelly,
-sluggieh, tired, a bad I p"Drookerl'Scoutbolla/ *. ap cannot be deducted from groaN Sales now are far ahead of sales at this time last year.

tote In my mouth and J rued, approximately 1209 income. It Is a capital expenditure.
loon my head would begin B poiiuBraoher. Worthinirton fiprinne road ap- deduction of which is expressly disallowed Advance orders calling for delivery under the Ford Weekly
hurting and I would have a I proximately" 1000 pn.iU.Poatji .
severe sick hesdsche. I don't tt be of heart pica or heart black by the revenue art. The "> Purchase Plan have already reached .a total of 255,753

Cypress, not l_a than sic Ittehv. in diameterat cent tax which attaches the
started to
know just who me to the top and seven feet Ion*. per Cars and Trucks.
The above qu.ntlti.' sale of automobile be deducted
ant approximate only an cannot -
and the board r*...rv.. the nunl to ...........
. takingThedford's' I' or depereaee th.. quAntitiM aa. may be required by the purchaser because it i I.. The prospect of securing prompt delivery is daily become
II I and to make payment at the price bid a tax levied on the sale by the manu-
for such poet aa are actually taken up on ing more uncertain. We cannot therefore
too strongly
each road. facturer, and must be returned and) urge

I' thtme The ponta board in rearm Bitch quantitlea the right, and to order placed out In paid by him. The manufacturer may the necessity for placing your order immediately U

BLACI.DRAUGHTI { such will accept Ineationa no. aa ponaibilty they, may be for required poita which and reimburse himself In the amount of you are planning to drive a Ford Car this spring.

have not been taken up nor will more than I the tax by agreement with the purchaser
on. thousand pcwta. he taken up ahead of the
fen.e gang .t any "..... in manner prescribed by the

t it did the work. It Just S biiia The and right to ta make.-.such"' .*. additional to reject any or .or ut>t>all le- I treasury reflations. So far as the See the nearest Authorized Ford Dealer

seemed to cleanse the brer. 'I mentary. contracta for the furntuhin. of poetan purchaser is concerned, the tax K. nj
6 6Sut
any road a* may b. deemed. __ary.
I Very soon I felt like new.When February 14. 19J4. j| 1 part of the coat to him of the autumo-

1 found! Black-Draught Q E. S MATTHEWS.: I bile. The manufacturer not deduct -
10 easy to take and C. A. FUTCH. Chairman i may
t acting I began to use ea..lY0 j Secretary 2156U)4) the tax in his return unlc.. the '

't b time and would" not have'sick C --NOTICE-TO- -CONTRACTORS- -- -I| 'amount is included in his gross In- TT U

heartaches. j I Sealed bide will be rreraved by the board of 'come.
I Cortitipation causes the J I bond trustee of Bradford county. Florida, at I An automobile license fw <* Detroit, Michigan &
j i n
,.. regarded -
I' system to re-absoib poiaonithat the o!! of the secretary of the board at I
I Starke. Florida until I clock p, m. of Mare i iI" as a tax, and may be deducted
cause great pain
may 1921. and at that time publicly opened
and much 'J"KC.' ;: : to >'OUI for constructing or Improving the following I I'whether the automobile is used far IIb DOC Mceesary lops for your car In lull la order-
';t he. I t h. Take! Th'd'ord'a i I road or section of roa..la In Bradford ........ | |business or far pleasure or conveni to secure delt....,. You can f" on the preferred .lost

Rlnck-DrauKht. It will stimulate t": Jew early delivery by making a email psrrmrnl down
Road No 2. Hampton to Theressa, to the ence.
the liver and help to i Clay county: One Approximate length U Or, il you wish you on errant. /Lee delivery trotter
9' drive out the) poisons.! I' mile*. In the event of a collision betweena the arm.d. Ford Weekly Pur Road No. 10. Stark. Ui Road No. r
at The I II
Sold by all dealers. Approximate "lenrth 7 S milee. truck and an automobile used/ for 1

I only one cent a dose. Costa; I line Road Approximate No. It. RoeS l.aor1.II.Nn/ 2 to Clay.. county pleasure or conveniences the owner of I '

t '. -.aoOOHOl, __ Road No. 11. Stark. to Clay couaty: U.... the truck may claim a deduction for ..
Approximate length s.S milee,
Road !/... I. Road K*. t to Road N... 9. damages, provided the truck .s. be.

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THIRTY YEARS AGO :

daughter was born to Air. Miss Clara Mae Shepard of Starke I

Mrs. W. C. Wooten on Feb. uary 14. ',I'was' a visitor here Saturday. I Tr"\OR M prescribed 30 years Gude's physicians Pepto-Man-have I F "

JL gan because it contains a form
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Barber were Miss Eldridge Reddish, of Jackson- of iron which is readily absorbed. I i; I
A,1 visitors to Gainesville Wednesday. ville, spent Sunday here with her I does not upset the stomach or aff 'mother, Mrs. Sallie Reddish. the teeth, and is a splendid tonic
and blood enricher. At your drug' I
Mrs.: W. 11. Edwards and son, Dilly ---- gist's, in both liquid and tablets.
I wets. visitors to Starke Saturday.. Carl Knight, of Starke, was a visitor Free Trial Tablets To ". tor jrouiwlf I
to Lawtcy Saturday.Larramore the h.muh.buiwma IT'S "
value of Gudo'l Pepto-Mun. write today
Eav. II. G. Eaton, of Jacksonville, for B. wrou. Trial Package of Tablotn.) Send PUNIC ACT'T '
and avddrewi to
fllleJ his uemi-monLhly appointment i I Rhoden, of Jacksonville, no H. J.money-UnlUnbacb jntit Co.name. S3 Worr.n at.. N. Y.Gude's r l, t

at the Lawtey Baptist church Sun ; spent Sunday here with his father, + E"f SHOULD
Otis Rhoden. I
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day. I I
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C. P. Barber of Hacclenny, was attending ,| Sidney J. Catts and party were in Pcpto-Mangan
','. to business here several days town a few hours Friday.

., last week. I )i Tonic and Blood EnricherRev.

I I I Freeman Johns of Starke, was a

I 1. 11. Hill and R. R. Thede were |I visitor here Tuesday.

.. transacting business in Jacksonville I A. S. Jones preached at the \ /

t'.4 J Wednesday.Mrs. I;, James Goodfellow motored from Baptist church Sunday morning and
1 Lakeland and spent tho week-end in evening. The subject used for the

t 1 S. A. Bryan, of Starke, Willr' ,town with relatives. evening service was "Divine Heal

n visitor here Tuesday." 1I 1---- ing."
I Elder H. V. Skipper, of Jackson-

t' 11. Tony, of Jacksonville was in ville, was the guest last week of Mr
town on business Tuesday and Wed- (and Mrs. E. E. Burney. He will resume Mrs E. Z. Graham of Wilmington, i.-J 0UT HE AAAKESA4ERVOUS
'' his appointments here at the N. C., was the guest of her parents,
nesday. I'(Second Advent church about March Mr.\ and Mrs. F. M. Johnson,' Satur- NOW/
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I; Mrs. L. A. Marr wan a visitor to 20th. He discontinued these servi- day and Sund..ay.Rev.

k;; I Starke Monday. ces several months ago on account of

t''. ill health.J. Windham, of Waldo, preachedat
C!:' of the Methodist church last Sunday :
?: I Mr. and Mrs. James Godwin
Starke spent Sunday here with relatives. W. Barber was transacting business morning and afternoon. For the evening t faRY
in Jacksonville TuesJay. service he used for his subject, ; I

"The Plan of Salvation." lIe handledthe

It".' 1, John Moselcy-of Maxvllle, wa a Louis A. Marr and ion, Lorenzo, subject with wonderful ability \ 1 AerOA.Talc J

; visitor here Sunday. and Joseph Marr were visitors to and his services were greatly enjoyed. ___ 1___
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; f Mrs. E. E. Burney and children are Dr. Biggs of ,Starke was a professional confront the men of the churches to- TOUGH ON PA r
'. pending a few days this week with James Kicklitcr, of Starke, was a visitor here this week. day. Life is caught, not taught; andit

relatives near Starko. business visitor here Wednesday. I Church Services ; is in such gatherings that one enriches A village girl eloped In a suit at .:
r --- one's life by contact.So her father's clothes. The<< next day' the

.. George White, of Starke was attending Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dinkins and R. D. Rawley, of Green Cove was! the same chapter the fifth, will Daily News came out with this ...- iti
t Dolly Dinkins visited relatives in the guest of friends here this week. I rll I1I1I1I11I1I1111111111 sational \
to business here Monday.Mrs. be taken up on Sunday morning next headline:

I ---- Jacksonville firs tof the week. PRESBYTERIAN at 11 o'clock. Not in two and a half "Flees in Father's Pants."-Brooklyn '"'"

, Elizabeth Howe Mrs. Agnes Frank Johnson and family attended years of the present pastorate has Central. Ii.
\ ;' }McCormick Miss Bessie McCormick Mrs. James Hannan and mother services at the First! Christian ?ak there been such an interest in all :'

II J,,4/II Alex Howe and Mr, Foxsett, of ,Mrs. Perry, of Chlliocothe Ohio are church in Starke Sunday evening. branches of the work of the church '

/: ....... Gainesville, ,and Mr and Mrs. Fried- visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Jenjamin no small part of which is due to these 1

ley, of Chicago, 111., are guests this Hannan. Rev. Jones, pastor of the Baptist 1sw studies on the stewardship of life I II

week of Mrs: and Mrs. A. A. Smith. church is spending this week with i time, talent, personality, possessions,
The party motored to Starke Mon Magdaline the 4 year old daughter friends and relatives In JacksonvilleW. wt r, etc.* Have with you pencil and paper \
I day. of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rowe, I for notes. We shall read in unison I

.T 'I who lives near here was severely P. Birt, of Louise, was transact I from the book, so bring it with you. sw t

It. 11. Starkey and Judge R. A. burned last week while her parentswere I ing business here last Saturday. I 1' +rL The announcement of another se-

Green; of Starke, were visitors to at work In the field. WHlle at ries of sermons have been received ,

: Ijiwtey Sunday. play near the fireplace, her clothing Mrs. R. L. Birt and daughter May I with favor. We have had three series pal "l:

caught fire, and but far the timelyaid Evelyn, were visitors to Gainesvillethis I on "Three Things to Think 1.I I

Mrs. Kate Boyd, of Lake Butler, is of a sister 3 years her senior, 1 week. About," "Three Things to Avoid," +

a Quest thin week of her brother, J. who immediately stripped her of the "Three Things: to Love," and on Sun- .
S. Andrews. burning garments she no doubt day evening a series on "Three j
W. M. Kalch is a business visitorto
would have been burned fatally. Tho Things to Control" will begin. Con-
1 Starke this week.
Frank Green, of Waldo, was a visitor her condiiton la serious it is thought gregations that overflow into the BIble -
t Sunday "at the home of Mr. and that the burns will not prove fatal. L : school room have received much
who has been
Mrs. Charles Dinkina. '1---- : encouragement and help from these
of-- : past two weeks YUMI
The death Mrs. David Gunter
discourses, and we pray that the same .
is Improving at this writing. Rev. A. B. Winchester, D. D.. of Toronto -
38 of occurred at her home '' YUM!
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S. A. Bryan of Starke, was trans years age 'results will follow the new series.
acting business in town Thursday, near here Wednesday morning, Feb. aBBMaiaw t Canada Bring the family, friends: and visi-
A I Il 13, from heart dropsy. She had been !Mr. and Mrs Ward Entertain II i tors. There will\ ] be a portion for all. YUM!

.1 Mrs. Clara Young and Miss Pearl I confined to her bed for twelve weeks. Dr. Winchester will be at the Presbyterian Special music will be rendered at .
I Mr.\ and Mrs. J. P. Ward entertained church, Starke Feb. Bread
), Bennett, of Jacksonville visited here Funeral services were conducted at I' Sunday these hours of worship. Fresh Hot ,
the house Dr. the junior boys and girls Thursday 24th, 11 a. m. Everyone who can will ,
I Sunday. Wednesday evening by Bible school at 9:45: a. m. and B. Y. 9 o'clockHot
j j W. I. Powell, and the body laid to evening from eight to ten with al want to hear all of his discours88- P. U. at 6:30: p. m.
rest in Dyal cemetery near Raiford, Valentine party. jl they will be highly enjoyable and Rolls
;'" Prof and Mrs. \V. O. Duval
araupending Thursday. Those present were Misses Bessie profitable.A '
a few weeks with sI' ST. MARK'S CHURCH 10 o'clock
and Reba letter from Dr.
\i. The deceased leaves a husband and Maxwell Hilda Durden Winchester says

... in Hampton. six small children, besides other near Estella Hobby, Wilma May, Beulah that his subject in the morning at the I Every Day, Made Starke
7:30
Services next Sunday at : p. m.
relatives, to mourn her death. Wheeler Natalie Marcionny, Gladys Presbyterian church will be "The
Marcus Brown, of Tampa, was visiting and Gertrude Allgood, Messrs. Edwin j I Citadel of Christianity." In the eve- In this pre-Lenten season we are

his parents, Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Miss Emma Prevatt, 20 years of Wheeler Edwin Prevatt, Ralph Green I ning, "The Glory of Christ in His Hu- I planning for special Bible study dur-j Starke Bakery Iii
Brown first of the week. Herbert Durden Leslie Futch, Claud miliation." ing Lent.
age, died at he home of her parents I i
Mr. and Mrs. Rowell Prevatt, Friday, May, Vestal Wheeler, Fred and Lynn Dr. Winchester is now in Tampabut :;
Mrs. R. L. Hannon, of Jacksonville 15th after Ward. he will come to Starke Saturday. ---- ---- -- .
February being confinedto --- I
was a week-end visitor of Mr. and her bed for the past two months Refreshments consisting of sand Everyone cordially invited.T. I

Mrs Benjamin Hannon. with dropsy of the heart. Funeral wiches cakes and punch were servedat J. HEDGES., I

! and burial services were held at Dyal tho close of the evening. Minister. 1

Miss Louise Blanchard left few
a
cemetery on Saturday. She leaves \ '
days ago for Ft. Lauderdale, where father, mother, and several brothersand II IN MEMORY CHURCH OF CHRIST \,

' she accepted a position as ..tenograIt. sisters and other near relatives II
Earl Chester Edwards this All seemed benefitted
l pher. to mourn her untimely death. quit ex- and helpedby hSI
.1(.. I lai; ence to go and be with Jesus on the worship on last Lord's day.
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!Sunday morning, Feb. 10th, at 4 The spirit of true brotherliness and

BROOKER'S LOCAL NEWS ITEMS o'clock. unanimity that is manifestly growing 1//
jj:| [ lie entered life, in its separate existence in the church is encouraging indeed

on Jan. 31, 1920, and after to all who attend.

four years and ten days he passed :I "Gideon's Three Hundred," will be
Brooker Feb. 22 Mrs. P. M. Bare-
I been residing in South Florida. Interment '
through the gateway of suffering up the subject of the morning sermon
foot of Starke here
spent Saturday was made in Antioch cemetery, I I
t I to God. next Sunday. Gideon's
I army was re-
with
her sister, Mrs. R. T. Osteen.
Carl Ward of Jacksonville near LaCrosse. His many triendsI Our little darlings, who pass from ,,'duced from 32,000 to 300, but these I I
spent
here and elsewhere sympathize with earth to heaven with and i faculties would rout the It
powers enemy. really appears -
part of last week here with relatives. I
the bereaved ones in their loss. undeveloped will unfold and ,,, that the Important things of
Shaw business
Henry was transacting
in Gainesville one day last week. R. E. Hazen and Alvin Clemons develop in the school: of Christ, and ,: life are done by the few. It is the
motored to Raiford Saturday. in the warm atmosphere of the l lIVe i' few that preserve the worth while
L. R. Gainey was a business visitor
to Starke Friday.Mr. Royce Gainey motored to Graham of the Great Teacher, even Jesus things of life. Nehemiah, with onlya
our Christ and theirs.RUMMAGE few, returned from t
Saturday afternoon. captivity to rebuild -
and Mrs. J. J. Morgan spent
Sunday with relatives at Five Mile. Mrs. Rosetta Osteen, of High I the walls of Jerusalem. Onlya Make Your Home Happy With a VictrolaWe
I few
SALE have
r .. I The Misses Gainey, who areattending Springs, is visiting her mother, Mrs. comparatively, much interest -
s school at Starke spent the week- Emily Abbott. in the Bible school and the Have the. Latest Records
The missionary society of the commanded worship of the church.
end here with relatives. Mrs Emma Swilley of Madison, is |
,\ ; B. B. Sapp was a business visitorto upending some time at the home of Methodist church will five a rum- Every pastor knows how to appre- ,: DeWITT C. JONES
sale Saturday. All elate the dozen who
mage persons or so carry the
.,, ,_, Starke one day last week. i Mrs. Abbott.L. I
who have worn clothing other financial burdens of the church '
/, of Lake R. Green or articles and \
Rev. Proctor, Butler filled Gainey, A. L. and W.
1 for this sale, phone 107 and the keep alive its activities. Blessed be
:
f f"" his regular appointment at the Baptist W. Brown were transacting business
1: .,.. church Sunday. in Jacksonville Monday.Mrs. committee will call for the articles. the faithful few. Why not join their

s\ t I Mr.. and Mrs. E. T. Stewart, Mr. A. E. McKlnney: and brother The rummage sale will be all day number?" GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLYINMAN
in the Odd Fellows building. Mrs. E. "Come, as it is variously used in
and Mrs. I. W. Pinholster attendedthe R. E. Hazen were shopping in Starke
R. Neff in charge. the Bible, will be the of
;1 fair in Lake Butler last week. I Monday.S. subject the I &, RITCH ,
sermon at 7:30
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m.
.: News was received here Sunday of V. Andrews and R. A. Weeks, p. REPRESENT TilE BEST LEADING
CARD OF THANKS Bible school and communion
the death of Belton Connolly.]) Mr. and Will Andrew., of New River arespending ?, from 10 to 11 a. m. Come.W. worship INSURANCE COMPANIES, FIRE,
Connolly was formerly a resident of this week at Earleton fish ACCIDENT LIFE AUTOMOBILE,
We desire to our profoundand E. DAUGHERTY,
express
I this place but for some years has ing. BONDS, LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS
heartfelt thanks to the member Minister.
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beautiful and well flavored cakes they BAPTIST CHURCH BULLETIN -

1-1 I HAMPTON LOCAL NEWS ITEMS I presented to each of us on the nightof -
KNOWS"For
NEIGHBOR-HE
the social entertainment held at The study in Stewardship and Missions "ASK YOUR

the Baptist church recently In honorof was suspended last Sunday over"35 y..r.'the E. O. Painter Fertilizer Company ha furnished. Florida

Hampton, Feb. 22.-Rev. John Mul- S B. Price. and family, who have our birthday anniversaries. The giving place to a report on the great grower with fertiliser The continued patronage of eiperienced. (.rower .i.i e.

q lady of Jacksonville, was the guest been located in the Mullady cottageon hearty handshakes and Christian fellowship Laymen's convention held in Memphis 1 proof of satisfactory remit.

t of friends here this week. He was Church street, have moved to the extended us made us feel like Tenn., to which the pastor was a COULD BOTH rKKTILIZEB: BE: MADE wa WOUO MAKB IT.

formerly a resident of our town, be- Johns farm west of town, and E. C.WIlams the good old times of the past. delegate. It was wonderful to. witnr Write rf New WmO.Tti ..... Jea ,.....
In" .. of
( and Is held in great esteem. the Mullady cottage C:>Powell. enthusiastically to the big Uiings that I i.. a..asseuuerL4., ..scL. oevWe. tin.






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