Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 14, 1924
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:02255
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Witt C. Jones Le When Militia a Arrived t 'NEGRO ARRETED AT LA\VTEY\ NOT I Red" Crangek" 1 1 Neff Now C'ltyEngineer

Appointed Member w

\ City (CouncilFill "SLAYER OF JACKSONVILLE OFFICERDuval Miami BeachFormer For

Unexpired Term of A. O.

Andreu Resigned: 'tomk Officers With Assist- them.| Tin-\' said he woe heavily ;arm l hi"f Engineer For Hrnd- <
led.1 Only I a rna 1' wan fount! on, him
to 1'ity Council met III ance of Bradford Officers when ho was searched. NovraponH I ford' ('ollnt) Accept New 1'oitt..

Ijon November 4th, with regulal'l Arrest. Suspicious wear in tho house.A 1
members present: :: E. K. Self, who hun heen! employed -
ng F.L. Jacksonville n<*gro8Hiiiiurn I
Chairman S. A. Bryan, Character.On bthe bund trustees uf Bradford
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1.1' her mother \in Lawtey, saw the negro 1 1f I
tavis Jr., and J, W. White. | t i iniiitj ii.s engineer in charge of the
when he her mothor'house
came to
jinutes of the" last meeting were nispicion of being tho negro i "nil y.Hti'm of the county, and
Tuesday night in senreh >ffood.
mid approved. who .shot and klled Motorcycle Officer She < I whoso resignation was accepted by
returned to Jacksonville i In- l board| at their recent meeting,
jit-I street committee was Instruc- W. J. Kelly, of Jacksonville Sep-
yesterday and told nor
|ti> look into the laying of sides tember 1st Duval county officer, ( morning "In lm> Ill-en appointed as city onginHorfor
I ployer that the negro partly allt'lWUI'I"d
s, and report at the adjourned + with the assistance of Sheriff f pper- I Miami' Beach lie and his family

ting to be held oft the 11th of son and Deputy Baisden, of Starke, Douglns', whose, description.name is being Hor withheld em r 1 Iunc ,none to that city to milk their
'iiU'iicc.Mi. .
ember on such walks as will be arrested, George Johns, a negro, nt told the detectives and nccomI 1 1
usury. I awtoy last Friday afternoon. Although =Nclf IM an engineer uf wide Noxporifnco
I unied them to Luwtey.
ho clerk was Instructed; to notify it was learned that he was! m both municipal and
bcrty owners on Walnut, Call.Ison ; ybv" not the criminal Bought, he was car- Detective Inspector C, II, Hurlneri highway projects Ills work with

Clark and Cherry streets i ried tti Jacksonville by the gf lees sent Detectives A. A. Wethintfton I is Itriuirortl county. was highly satisfactory -
ave sidewalks repaired. and jailed on account of his suspicious i and S. II. llurlbert with the nvgress' to both county bond trustees

he Clerk was also instructed tofy actions around Lawtey, which i employer They loft at 2 o'clock yesterday ,'\ mid to tho spite road department In
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all parties having streets convinced them that he was a fugitive afternoon and returned at li : > the construction of road thirteen.

ed. to open same at once. ... y '".-, /' ;:- from justice. I last night., I \ \ ,".lsr : I4 4I State rand department oluclnls have 1 j jpronounced
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i Johns was docketed at hendrjuar <<- this road to 1)6
h e council decided to meet with .. .- o--tI'C., The following account of the arrest among
q pol board at the next regular f. r, 'i' '.:i.' > \. was taken from Saturday's tern on blanket charges of suspicion.Driving I .\ 1J the bunt constructed in tho state '

ting for the purpose of opening / ...-,_ IITOCAt n'. Jacksonville Journal. Sheriff Epperson to Lawtey, the detectives (t ,.,'t. U'T'OO.T'bl.l' Concerning' his appointment nil
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j( reet on the South\; side of the .c. I'' stated that while they were, fol- arrived thorn at 4"o'clock. They wore engineer for Miami (teach, wo take
State Militia, with machine guns met by Sheriff Kpporson, of Bradford An excellent new picture of
ol property. t the fallowing from the !Miami Daily
lowed to the house by a band of arm- "Red"
mounted buses, arrived 'at Grange, Illinois backf"I.1manlIn.1 !
H. Partridge made application Niles, Ohio atop to restore order after ed men, that he did not hear them county and Deputies Unladen the most! sensational football lleraltl uf November 6th:
sai j permit to build a garage on blockin twelve had been shot in street make any threats against the life of and Everett Reddish. star of the year. I'M: It. Nelf, county engineer of

( the town of Starke, applicationg fighting between partisans of the the prisoner, but rather they assisted The arrival of the Jacksonville detectives Bradford county, was appointed! city

for wood building. The same Ku Klux Klan, who were trying to : the officers in surrounding the caused excitement in Law -- I'RESCO'1'TThe engineer' for !Miami llouch/ by the
ut" denied on the grounds that they parade, and Knights of Flaming house. tey. They were armed with automatic DEATH OF \K.\II : Miami\ Bench city council at its meetIng -

inane requires buildings in the Circle. rifles and the Bradford county of.. yesterday.

limits to be of brick, concrete or I threatened Although with their death prisoner. by a dozen was ficers carried rifles and shotguns. death angel visited the hom(| I !Mr. Nell was rucommonded by municipal
M'UOWELL' CONDITION I of Mrs. H. M. Johnson at Grahun:
ne.he IS GROWING WORSE (I men In Lawtey, Bradford county Twelve men, traveling in two automobiles Oct. 1ft, 11)21\ and called! to relit and highway engineers of thor
resignation of councilman A. where they arrested him yesterday followed the ofllcers to ball lie will begin, bin duties here
Sarah Prescott. She was within
f t Andreu was presented. Und'Vestralnt; Doctor ) afternoon, two Jacksonville detec- the negro quarters on the outskirtsof Grandma I'rescott. ) the next week, or an soon as
Youth ns
[ICouncilman[, Davis made a motion tives arrived There safely last night the town. The employer had the shock al' I IK can tomI"INLO necessary! propaliut -
Her death to
II us a
Says. came
Rt the same be accepted, Council- of the d loud for changing :;
I:with George Johns! aged 28, negro description shanty in which her friends and relatives in she wn positions
Ikn Bryan seconded the motion' and Tallahassee The mental condition first believed to be Will Douglas, i the negro was hilling. Two houses only confined to her bed a few hour The new city engineer who will
{ |was carrIed wanted for the murder of Motor-i were searched before they found the before one called to that great I take over thu engineering portion of
serving a was
of Frank ,
i ext in order was the appointnt cycle Policeman W. J. Kolly. one in which the negro was arrested. the work heretofore handled by Van
of Successor to fill the life sentence in state prison for killing I beyond.<
a unexpled
Surrounding the shanty, Det..ctlv'es Allen Harris 1I
term. Councilman Davis moved I his mother, is growing worse, according While the detectives declare he is Grandma; Prescott always !gave a as city manager, was 1
| to Dr. J. L. Chalker, institu- not the negro being sought for tho Wethington and llurlbert willing hand to help tho needy amwas I employed MM assistant engineer by j
$ death knocked on the rear door, while knew her. the city of Jacksonville from 1012 1
q.I tion physician at the Florida prison j motorcycle policeman's they loved by all who
I Sheriff Epperson and Deputy llais- until 11)11)). Later he becAme i'i'cngiiivvr '
: resident
farm. In a letter to the commissionerof think he is wanted in #ome other city She;; was born June 10, 1812. Shi
Lion and it was unamiously carriIr. j den knocked '
os thu front door. for Durham, N. C., and .
.i& agriculture Dr. Chalker advises and they are interrogating him and was n member! of the MUslnnarjflaptliit / re- '
I H. E. made affifopositlon that he has had McDowell under observation 'comparing his fingerprints. lie will "Who's there?" the negro asked. church for a numbed olyonrH. tiiineil that position until his roslg-
,for the past' three woeka be returned to Lawtey where he will "The sheriff," Detective llurlbert nation to accept tho county position
to revise the of the
map face trial of replied. She married! John II. Prcs In llriulford county. I i IRocomnivmlaUonii
n bringing same up to date. The and that the youth is steadily grow on charges vagrancyand i was to <-
alter WAS deferred to November ing worse, necessitating his being carrying 'a concealed weapon. "When you como out, be sure and cott July 20, 1807. Ten children wen praising Mr. .-'

i, tho put under mechanical restraint to The negro was arrested because of have your hands up," DctuctiveWeth- born to them of which eight aur, Neir very highly wure received \b f .

The Council adjourned to Novem11 prevent violence. his suspicious actions. Negroes in i ington demanded. vive her to mourn her death wh<) the city council from L D. $moot,

11)24.uEATlT McDowell who, according to the I Lawtey said ho hid In a vacant shanrty With their rifles leveled on the two are: Mrs. R. M. Johnson, of Grahnm; ,;; I former city engineer at Jacksonville, I

authorities, confessed that he burn during\ the day and slipped out at doors the deputies and detectives !Mrs. J. C. I'mlgctt, of Plant City,; und from various status highway department I

o : OF MRS. CRUTCHFIELD ed his two sisters to death at Decatur night in search of food and if they Mrs, Ella: HarvraveH, of Avon Park;;i ." anginuorii with whom Mr.

Mrs. M. R. Crutchfield passeday Ga., about two years ago, and I|,did not aid him, he would threaten (Continued on Page Four) Mrs. Mary Hartley, of Maitland,;; I Nt'ff hall worked in the past.

at her home in Starke at 4:45: later killed his mother andfathcr as l lIe Prescott, of Starke; Churto),
PI m. Saturday, November the 8th, they slept at St. Petersburg in Feb 1 1-- -- - ---- PruHcutt, of Urooker; Levy Prescott,: 'TOIlCCUII.In'I'IIH; : :'

after a lingering illness. Her loving this was convicted in of Ilrookcr; and George Prescott/ ol f FKIUAY IS I'ImB8TI U
year, I
.- Finellas county last! June on the Chamber of Commerce Meeting Avon Park.Grandma. Tho meeting! 'called for last Friday
,* hail, made her home wit}h:1' '
specific charge of slaying his mother. i Illrtcrlloon at the courthouse) In the
[ing, and cheer her in her declining The jury recommended mercy and he her youngest daughter, M 1''''. 1C. M! interest uf tobacco growing in Urad

+ ars. was sent to prison for life. Btookes Tonight Friday 8:00 Johnson of irnhnm; since tho death I ford county, was' attended by II number
Mrs. Crutchfield was born in who of her husband nine years ago.
Specialists in mental diseases! of our farmers and buxincss men
oxvillc, Ga., August 8, 1852. SheUaves testified at the trial on behalf of the Kev. J. H. Kelly officiated in the of the county. Tho purpose, of the
one son, Elmer Lazone a lest Had rites. She wan laid to restOct. ,
; defense, declared that McDowell was meeting was to Interest thu farmers.
,brother, Charles Crutchfield; a sister a sufferer from dementia praecox AN OLD VETERAN PASSES homo for to know him was to love 10th In Mt. Sinai) cemetery. I i in the planting of tobacco In icctlona -

Mrs. T. W. Watson, of Plant and that he in an incurable con- AWAYMr. of tho suitable. for
was him. Wo extend our heartfelt sympathy I KICK MIRK ASSISTANT: ENGINEER : :' ,., county
.Clty; and a daughter-in-law, Mrs. dition. They said l he had but a few to the bereft ones. growing thu weud.

arie Lazone. years to live. His mind, they said, John W. Addison, of Ralford, Funeral services were conducted him been withthe Mr. Guy Jones, of Thoimuvillif,
I Jim Kiukliter, who I{ i|
sl ; All arrangements had been mader was in such a state at the time of passer( away Sunday morning, Octo- by Hev. E. Williams, of Starke. Interment I road engineering forces since itiI a tobacco grower of wide experience,

the appearance this week in the crimes that he was irresponsible.Other ber 26th. Mr. Addison enlisted In the was in Sapp cemetery The organization in this, county, hits beer I, was tho first speaker on tins pro'ile

tarke of the original Williamsock physicians, who took the stand army when 18 years of age, with floral offerings given by the many I inudu assistant engineer and will,I'lfrani.'' gave the practical side of

Company, which is managedMr. for the state, declared, however, that Capt. John C, Richard, at Baldwin, friends were .beautiful.N I I take an his, new duties: with till roacI 11 1 1 thu rowing of tobacco, the bust
Elmer Lazone. The company such was not the case. Fla. From ,.here he was sent north I up methods of handling and, cllipg. Hit,
yed last week at Moultrio, Ga., and I force of the county. Mr. Kickliteihas r '
fought in the battle of Petersburg LEVY STKICKLAND : pointers on preparing the seed bed,
3 d Mr. Lazone was anticipating CONCRETE STOKE BUILDING where he lost and Mr. Levy Strickland I had training'under competenl t
a leg, being died In the the cost of planting, growing and<
e pleasure of presenting the com- UNDER WAY unable to his hospital in engineers and will make the count y
serve country any longer Jacksonville Tuesday, I curing the crop were especially! good. ,
ny here this week, when his moth- Material is being-placed! on the he was sent buck home, where he November 3rd. Ills body was an efllcient! supervisor.. According tu Mr. Jones, the cost of
i>. would have the opportunity of later married. lIe was the father of brought to Starke and laid to rest in I''
ground for the construction of a PAVING OF BALDWIN:' ROAISTAIM.H building burns for curing tobacco,
\). messing the performances. In- concrete store building next door to eighteen children of which fifteenare Kingsley Lake cemetery, surroundedby neuil! not exceed $100 fur a good, .
i\. ad, on receipt of the news of his the Electric Shoe Shop on South' living and were present at his a large gathering of relatives and serviceable! building I

unexpected death, Mr. La. Walnut street. The building; is being death and burial. friends. Mr. Strickland was born Laying the concrete pavement 01 M I Mr. A. I' Spencer, vice dint tar of

made a hurried trip to this city, erected by F. C. Hollingsworth, J. T. lIe was a member of the Chris- June\ ft, 1891, and had reached the state road No. 13 was started f it> the agricultural evtension division I

) later by the entire company. Quigley having the contract for its tian church and was faithful to his age of 33 years. To mourn his departure I Baldwin last week by Contractoi r of the University. of Florida, Gainesville ;

.etl"Funeral services were conducted construction.Mr. Maker to the end. lIe was stricken he leaves two little girls, Lytle. All material are on thi e told of the results attained

+ Rev. L B. Simpson, of the Metho- with paralysis on the 23rd or April, three brothers, three sisters and a ground and the preliminary worl k through experiments with tobacco

church, Monday afternoon, at and :Mrs M. C. Stith, of Jack- 1023 and had not been able to walk grandmother, besides a host of sorrowing completed, and the work of layln r growing on the experimental

1 family residence. The floral con- sonville, spent the week-end with .any since then. relatives and friend Funeral the concrete to Duval county lin. (j ground. Me advised small acreage

.t -ItribuUons! were many and very beau- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. L. i !Mr. Addison will be greatly missedin services were conducted by Kev. near Maxville will go forward rapid'. in order that it would receive the

. UI. Brownlee. I the community as well as in his L. W. Klckliter. ly. I! proper attention, resulting/ la a but''tut

!' The pallbearers were James Mc- !-.-_----- -. -'.. ._, ----- I quality of tobacco with a resulting /
'allum, L. E. Kelly, Albert Perrin, higher price. lie rucommenijud
} 'oc Harvey,.H. Lee Allen and Bruce that committee of farmers and

a 1.:,ainaldo Company, all members of. the Williams I THE ARMISTICE AND THE FUTURE I I trip bimiiH'MM through a men the make tobacco an inspection growing

remains were temporarily .I sections, of South Georgia where

.t.f.tOCk to rest in the private John's Dr. II. R. Trunler, dean of the law When a man speaks he ought to tell have. ", are made out of the stuff 01 l t they could obtain first hand Information -

, school University of Florida, Was the truth and someway-perhaps it I life past Our history. wi a (, and Idea concering I It its

TTENTION: AMERICAN: 'LEGION among the speakers on the Armistice m my training-try as hard a..* I can, In u not f"r".t.Ve should rsven. 1: growth lie assured the gathering

A regular meeting of the Post Day program given at the club house I find it difficult i to troth truth.I I you Ni> honor it, nnd make ourtelves ii I that the university' agricultural d i1 -

'ill i be held at the hall on Thursday, Tuesday afternoon. Iliac address was think it is the. when I say me of peace as fine and worthy ai I 1 uartment I stood J ready at all times Maniiiftt
so war it; but subsequent events disclose radium\ in War. But the past. n r in every way possible. *
ov. 20th at 7 Come and bring
p. sought, and we are pleased to give my mistakes. For example, when r|to tell ; the future we have yet t t fOur dues for 1U25, and a new memr. -
$ Dues for the next Dr. Trailer's remarks the prominence was young and before I had any I ed, .. And therefore, I havi I question of cotton growing. Cotton:

ble Dec. 1st. Please be year present.are pay- they deserve: children, I had the temerity to tell I thing it better to talk to you aboui t can be grown here now, but it should
A novelist once i&itl' that hI. people how to bring up children. I give y and the future. 1.grown on a smaller scale where

,\ OWEN J ANDERS-, -Adjutant.. thought he was writing poorer in don't do it any more. I have a young 'about are three dates of peculiai! l't: could be properly cared for. The

6 POSTAlTEMPLoVES ii,! !his old ase.: "Oh, no," said his daughter who is engaged to bring/ up will do rtanc in American history.1 boll weevil would/ have tu be combat-

FOUND GUILTY OFMISTRE.1TING friend, "you write just as well, your father, and. I have discovered that I I I'm 4. 177B, through the Declarator I'' toil, but with the proper selection of

: MAIL taste simply is improving." I have made muny, mistakes. I used to ml I we said we wanted variety, the use of poison and a

Washington! Nov Thirty-six done a good deal of talking in the think that 1 knew a great deal; hut I I the free. March 4, 1 1789! through I steady growth Induced by regular

postal emplpyes in sixteen cities past, and it seem to me I can't talk have discovered that all of us were only to functioning of tha\ Consti., 'cultivation, the loss through the boll

eve been found (guilty of having so well as I used to. Perhaps I born Ignorant-and most, of us are i I ty. We of the United States, we dam" I weevil pent. would not affect the

(mistreated, mail recently by taking should console myself ,with the holding our own pretty well. So I i hear that we knew how to bt I I yield' to any great extent.

[the ballots of a presidential' straw thought that my taste is Improving.I approach my subject with all due '' .., Nov. 11, 1UI8, through the con" I It is quite likely that a considerable

' JPoll from undeliverable envelopes, hope so, but I am troubled with humility. 1 f""e of hostilities. In the World I acreage: will be planted' to both

And voting the ballots themselves.! doubts. I have often wrtndered why a high with we declared that we intended I cotton earl tobacco the turning sea

t .. Postmaster General New, In an- I recall that J, have given you two! school graduate so ofted knowsex I ward. : frcu. November It the work: son. Present Indications point to tho

:. pouncing today the offenders had commencement addresses high- actly what is wrong with the world i!and soldiers was. completed and I Brooker a ctkm tasting up the cultij -

Dr n disciplined! by reducing\ their brow and slowly-written productions and how to correct It. I have decided I quern of the diplomat wee begun; j vation uf tobacco.
have lived through that it be because high school ing of the eternal glory of the tol-
salaries $100, said the offenses were that happily you may a 'I f <:ol and Mrs J. L. Fraxve will
1 pretty evenly distributed among the someway. I was obliged to decline I graduate doesn't have) to make his country | it may be said that, had the" toiwniliuro
'' | t leave today for a motor trip
invitation to give a patri- own living and consequently has started dune hU work as well as
partisans of a least four candidates your I ( N. f'., wh,-ru they will
f"r the presidency. He did not make otic address a year or two ago. ItI,,! more time fnr thought. I have to value the world would be a I visit their son..1. I.. Fi>ixe.", Jr. They t

known the cities where the employee wail laid of Lord McCauly\ after his i make a living, you have to make a white deal Letter off Nobly and wi'l'!J f t..- game' fur several week and

were Implicated. EacTi! Instance reported I return from India, that b* had ocr.asi'mal living. We haven't all much time for tell mo ,' the p--"< was won. I slur, ".. I char, iihu-ni"' will vuit: other

was throughly investigated flashes of illcnce; I believe thought on the past present and future braVt'I'' ) Four i ',ir, if ,in!
ty iDape tor.,. I the same la becoming. true of me. of our country all we ought to I (Continued 'In 1'1t". J

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r' IN WHICH SALLIE'S FRIENDS: same tune and hud probably chosen I,
HER the first record at hand "Yes, we II I
o f have no bee-na-nas" vied with theMumdumdumdum" I

I I'i, I'. "Tour father needs you. Sallie he of the piano I i .a,

"I: II -shall I be perfectly frank with I crowd. By Arthur Brisbane WILLIS PINKSTON

If you?" My nerves were on edge. VISITS ALACIIUA '4.
"Ellie I exclaimed, "tell them for '.
r be quiet or I'll Willis Pinkston, of Dukes, Fla., :
: "Well, he Is a very tick man, and goodness >Hake> to l'
t. EDUCATE "U. S. S. Richmond" sailor in the
hurried !" THE EDUCATOR.THE w
4 '; noticing my puzzled look, he scream '"
wouldn't let She swiftly down the hall signal service, who first sighted the u'I -
to explain "At first he sped SINS OF THE CHILDREN. ..
r the sky-rocket distress signal of the
could hear her calling at .
us tell because he didn't want and I >
you .
of the stair: MEAT EATERS RULE. wrecked and lost Italian aeroplanein ,
4a; you to fret about him while you were top 'I
having: a good time. But now, he "Turn off the jazz down there. the north Atlantic, visited Ala- /

} wants you and calls constantly for Sallie s just had a message from her Joe, aged; chimpanzee alleged chua Monday.
1 voice dad. He's ill. D'ye hear?" Upon entering the Bank of Ala-
'his little girl'! Mr. Wright's member of a tribe! whence sprang
(; was infinitely tender and kind. "Aw, wasa matter with the old the Caucnxiiin race, has known a chua, the hero sailor was recognizedby

Ar Like a flash the thing he had just man?" a harsh voice replied. "Try- moment of exaltation. Ills keeper, M. F. Eddy, the clever cashier,

told me was picturing Itself on my ing to ruin Sallie's good time. Tell as usual, entered the rage to clenn by his resemblance to' the photo appearing -

i brain. Father lying there-ill her not to worry. I'll mix her a luvly It. Joe, lust for a change sauna in the press at the time of
his knotty black hand around and the announcement of of the
needing me and wanting me, for I highball if she'll come on down. A finding
knocked the senseless with
kloOr| Italian which
knew the depth of his love, 1a-r,1| yet door closed.I missing aeroplane, was
ease went out the door and
of the open believed to have lost its course in its ,
unselfish could hear one
fine spirit
torn between his walked In the park Ho RtniiiNHl t
b and his human longing for me at his ; to stop him, but it was too late. to exchange courtesies wild his tour around the world. I
i Ida. I threw myself on the bed, tears friend John liar ret t, elthty-rhtve- This eighteen year old sailor-hero,

4 "Let's leave now. On the first I II ,I streaming down my face. Ellie, returning yeAr-old park employv. Soon ho dramatically gave an account of how

., train." I leaped to my feet. He I I saw that I bad heard the was on his way hack to the cagu. he, while on his midnight vigil: ,

t glanced at his watch in the semi- fiasco on the stairs aboard the "U. S, S. Richmond" on vroo.e_ S

'; gloom (I "I'm sorry, Sallie," she comforted Barn that when yon aliiilnprlzcfltthtur. a j the night of August 24th, as she Mrs. Calvin Coolidge and Mrs. Chas. Dawes, in an unconventional

"There Is a train in one hour and ;''I "it's just that they don't under- / you admire only a |poor I cruised the North. Atlantic, first ,u, rice in the victory of their husbanda.
stand." Imitation of a rtlmpnnwo, and a i sighted he distress signals of the
'half. We can make it. hurry;
I "And don't want tot"! I flung at worse Imitation of a gorilla that 'lost aviator Locatelli, and his three -
have enough time. That is un .
you I could beat ". I
twenty prlzefliib rait
1.115-1 hadn't thought of It, but"- I her. "Fair-weather friend*-that's, forty pwnndn.i.corn any. companions which changed the FORD CARS AND TRUCKS the first three-quarters of last v
,' make course of the searching craft and SALE 1.500,90. IN: \J) MONTHS I While the revolution
he stammered-"perhaps you'd rather ,,: what they are. It didn't any also from Joe the cb.mtpunxoe sea in the St
5 go alone." |i difference to them if my dad was 0 that freedom depend. not led to the rescuing of the weak, Injured of Sao Paulo, Brazil, slowed' up !10,
I dead." I winced at the word. "All 411 how hard yon can HIT, but bow and hopeless Italian aviator, Sales of Ford cars and trucks) in ness all over the country the ret
,p "No, no, I was quick I to couldn't reply. they want is a good sport to amuse well you can THINK.- Joe. tIll! together with his three companions, the United States alone for the first ery has been very swift anti 1

"Please don't leave" me. I them and then when a fellow gets in chimpanzee rone, knocked down his ,: who for three days and nights had nine months of 1924 reached the Ford! units were sole) there tin-
4 bear being alone. My voice quivered. trouble they.aren't willing to lt ave I keeper and walked out of the cave been adrift in the cold and angry enormous total of 1,500,905, the September. The Ford plant at '

"Tell"' me that I can count on their playtime. 1 tell you Ellie u1- but he didn't know what to UO I waters of the North Atlantic. greatest domestic retail delivery record Paulo was, of coune, shut tit

you, I begged. he a rotten shame and I am pretty ':xt. "There's the rob. I 1\1l1nyvaluable gifts have been received in the history of the Ford Motor during the revolution.

"You most assuredly can, much disgusted with them all." by this young sailor he assorts Company for a similar period of The tractor market continue
avowed. "It was just that I did not An "educntor" of Minnesota laaccuswl
Sallie don't take It 10 for faithfulness at his post on months. It represents an increase of
want to intrude. I "Now, now, <>f punish.u: : toys In a high; improve all over the world and! th>.
seriously. She patted my shoulder. school by causing them to Hit In an the memorable night watch of Aug- 11 per cent over the record of 1,353- nro few places where substum
4, Slipping around through a side "They didn't think your father was I "electric chair" causing tutfroturns. ust 2Jth. "But it does not give us 018 i cars and trucks sold during the gains have not been made In t
door, I went unnoticed to my room I j really ill. Maybe if you had been in the swell-head", asserts the proud I I same months in 1923. Scandanavian countries Foul-

and sent a maid for Ellie, to whom j their place you would have done the I la Now York 'i te v another "ed father liS he escorts his:: gallant son Dealers reports from practically tractor sales are over three turn-,

? I explained) In the meantime I threw i; same thing."- She rallied to their de- nc"tor" of the .... '(. gorilla type from place to place, who has been I all parts of the country show increases high as for the whole of last

a few necessary things in my bag. I fense. "Remember," she went on, confessed that he lied Neaten. a lit granted a furlough by the compand over last year, BO that all and in Belgium, Holland and i
"Cheap up, if you can, Sallie," "the time when Bob Wilson was kill- tle negro girl with a i "Sber' hose ing officer of his crusing vessel are sharing in the general prosperity Near East the record is"" within
e r' suggested hostess. "You'll came' ,
my ed in his car, on your house party at -- small
1' It might euro the man with thaniblwr very margin of being ns yn.'
through with flying colors. You Atlantic Beach. When they broughtthe FIRST SHIPMENT TO STARTON The Lincoln division of the Ford
t I hone to let him spend> halt market in Germany is imp,
do. You were born like that. news back to the cottage/ nobody n n hour in 11 closed room withIvllls NEW RAILWAY )tI ;Motor Lompany set a new sales record ing and a recent order for 500 F"i
;, You are one of those few chosen ones believed it." Remembering, I the m-ro, lUhter.: the letter I I :, during the first nine months of sons from that country has just !I.,

on whom" the Great Sculptor has covered my face with my hand. abo atulpls I with a plerv of rubTbo i Center Hill Has Honor. Ship Car- 192.1, dealer reports show filled, making a total of 1,500 "o ;f
mllfd. I she continued her ).-,. load Vegetables Over Florida j From
"I can see you now, January 1 to October 1, a this year.The .
,,t'. That was like Ellie. She was a butterfly "and the picture la vividly clear \ Minnesota\ educator could be Western and Northern. I ,total of 5,858 Lincoln cars were de-
but her heart big as eDtlgtUeneil' by a brief rtay In'a increasing demand for I" >
was as Remember, Sallie, what you said I livered at retail in the United States,
the great out-of-doors. I rottr" "Jle Mtric chair but lhat would Center Hill, Oct. 31.-The first j products Europe has made it I n.)
with that funny little 1 marking an increase of 25; cent
U too" Ir .tic. ovi-n for that kind of per essary to a new Ford plant
shipment kind open
freight over
"And, remember, sport, she added your eye. 'Bob oughter change his *f atmiltl ITU tniTh j In sales over the same months of Stockholm
the Florida Western and Northern 1 although a year IIR'OthiR
"we're all behind The entire new -
' you. brand! she whispered."Oh j last year. .
railroad will be territory was handled by
solid carload
gang but Ellie, that was different, | The improving economic situation
'" OoTprnmfcUt, which found so of mixed beans Copenhagen plant. A similar situ.
(. that the of I didn't know I didn't," I wailed. vegetables, peppers i'I abroad is
: r. Just at moment notes I any br'loim for the wars of other eggplants, cucumbers and reflected in the September tlon prevailed in Holland wh
! "Chop Sticks," rendered by two of "Neither did they, Sallie," she declared ,reports from the of the
i, ," people lu fcLrt'po.!: on.tilt 10 find a I managers Ford business increased i
I so raplithat
Beville Old-
consigned and
\1.1, exuberant friends wafted "It's hard for us to take in peas, by j j Ford Motor
my was few dollars for built! ig the canals Company's foreign the could
ham from i Antwerp plant
Center Hill i
Company to
\ }' In through the doorway In a wave of j I tragedy, especially at a glance." that this country Deoda One canal I I i branches and associated companies.
W. longer take care of it and Rotter.
': '.\. blatant sound. Some others, seeking I j She closed the subject, but 1 I would unite the Lateen and the Mississippi C. Deyo and Brothers, New York, ; These show that this is the biggest .
got a new factory of its
leaving by locomotive .tt
special tomor-
.. : self-expression had conceived the shall never forget her little talk. Valley with the Gulf and ; ,year the Ford :Motor Company has
row, November 1. will Also, a branch has recently 1m
:' -.: 1. (;, idea of turning on the Victrola at the I (To be continued) the I'aclUc via Panama. Another Shipments ; ver enjoyed in the foreign field. established
at Santiago Chili.
, canal for ships unite the Lake : continue regularly thereafter. i ,
i. :Ii. --- --- country with, the Atlantic. "Every For many years Center Hill has I j Although the reports cover only In domestic business sales rep< r

: t. I _... -- HIGHLAND: --- I HONOR ROLL BROOKER SCHOOL big American city a seaport" should annually shipped nearly a thousand 'nine months of the year the sales show that retail deliveries of Fncars
ba our' motto if Ford units-cars, trucks and
cars of vegetables, leading the { and trucks in the United St.it t
Ninth Grade: Lucretia Hodges, whole United States in green spring ractors:: are already close to the record during the month just ended wi-, .

Highland[ Nov. 7.-Mr. and Mrs. I 'antey Oliver, Martha Groover, Within twenty-fonr boors, a girl beans. for the entire year of 1923. the largest for September in the hI

George Wilkinson are announcing Jewell Conerly, Lois Gainey, Royce of fourteen, sooljod by .her father Celebrating the shipment of this Prom January 1 to October 1, 1924 tory: of the company. They exert !,
r the arrival of a little girl Saturday Gainey Valburm Harrell, Harvey shot herself to death. An ptffhtvany first car, a thousand farmers are in the: sale of Ford products overseas he sales of September 1year ;a.

;r night Baxter, Grady Baxter. >ld boy, beaten by his father, I town with a band of music and a i amounted to 138,291 cars and trucks by more than 5,000.AMERIC.INS.
)Ira. Ida D.) Williams, Mrs. J. C. Eighth, Grade: Toledo Gainey killed himself, by turning on the great parade. { md 10,300 Fordaon tractors. TheseIlures

Hendry and Gordon Williams were Virginia Colson, Lelamae Andrews, gao. The foundation is already laid for ( do not include the production ALL
''y'' visitors to Jacksonville\ Wednesday Stellamao Ward, Lyon Crosby, Grey Strange that man:, said to descend I the $20,000 depot, of modern construction I| of J>, the Ford Motor Car Company of "She's; a hear."

J, C McNeill, of Hampton Roads, Harrell, from tbe "higher apes" or to which Center Hill! is'' ,Canada, Ltd., which supplies Ford "Some chicken."
animal like them, should treat
t Va., it spending a ten days fourlough I Seventh Grade: Resale Colson, his some own children with a brutality of I building a wide brick boulevard and I products to all parts of the British "Oh, what a peach !"

y-' here with his father, Capt. J. S.: Me-I Dwight Godwin, Florence Ward, Jose- which no gorilla oraotfe-outong or spending over $100,000 in municipal Empire except the British Isles. "Isn't she a bird ?"

Neill. phine Chesser, Orabelle Kelley, Iris chimpanzee was ever guilty.A Improvements. If truck sales are any barometer But when we got alongside,
A. A. Crews returned Sunday Brown. man that would not allow anybody C]>If economic conditions then foreign found she was a lemon.

from a visit with relatives at Lees- Sixth Grade: Grace Green. to beat bin young hone or No Worms In a Healthy Child commerce' is coming back rapidly'or It beats
burg and Pierce. I Fifth Grade: Ortho Matheny, dog for fear of "breaking Its spirit" All children troubled with Worms have an no- t the January to October sales a circus when thesin" i.
will break the sensitive spirit of his healthy color,which indicate. blood, and town belle returns from n visit tu"' t
poor as a have
his Melbree Hodges Roberta Conerly, :! run over 13,000 ahead of the
II. U. Ricks left Saturday for ,
own child. rule there I Ia more or less stnmach disturbance. city wearing knickers.
home at West Palm Beach after a I Madeline Hodges, Hazel Taylor, I GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC given regularly' entire' year's record of 1923.

visit Mere with 11. C. Wimberly and Evan Hodges, Idcll Clemons. crlm-n.; for two or three week. will enrirh; the blued improve Argentina leads the export fieldn Piles Cured In a to 1-4 Days
family. Fourth Grade: .Jeannctte Kelley, Modern an ancient i the digestion and act ar a General Strengthj j the purchase of Ford! cars havingtaken DruiUlsts refund miner If PAZ001NTMENTfai
Tonic the whole
nlnit to tyatem. Nature will then
it teat npclde down. In Exodus, 20thcmpter nearly 16,000 since the first to cure (,dung. Blind. Blredini. Protrudir.
of or
Dr. K. L. Biggs, of Starke, was a Mildred Morgan. throw offer dispel the worms,and theChild i will be Piles. ,
r business' visitor here Sunday. Third Grade: Clifford Hazen, Dth\ verse, you are told I In perfect health. Pleasant to take. DOc per bac('.. I t he 'ear-a considerable gain over can let Instantly restful sleep relieves after itching first application Piles, end t-\,''.
r t that the Iniquity of the fathers IsvUitad
{ Friends throughout Bradford Ruble Shaw, Veda Andrews. upon the children "onto the

county will regret to learn of the Second Grade: Eugene Stewart, third and fourth generation."
death of Claridy Grime and his wife Eunice Conerly, Grace Hazen. T. P. Now the crime of the child Is

rS' Ella Ann Griffis, which occurred last Ward, Rosalee Ward, Rudolph Andrews visited upon the father. Albert
Murln "'eeIL)!. Lovb, whom" ana killed the Franks '
week. Both had cei-ebro spinal men THAT HIKE SAY cuscv I'M OOtN ovwa' .
S/f ingitis and died within a few days First Grade: Susie Swilley, Julia boy. Is dmid. klllexl by sorrow amidUracw. FOLKSIN E-LEANCU; :: we WEQEro 'sea LAVWVEA. POCK. PBU!
of each other. Ills death occurring !Mae Stewart, W. T. Weeks. That shouldnadafy the TALK.r-1' ABOUTLAST AWHILB You MIND TM' STOftSABOUT :
r that demanded
bloodthirsty "somehotly -
Tuesday and her' Friday. They Chart: Emma Stokes Francis banned." I OUR NIGHT LET'STAKE
Runs Iva James ArtfordBrown IT A WEEK
buried his where unfortunate father
body at Dupont That died a
; they had been living! for some years Robert Long. thousand deaths to atone for his TOWNCROe1 qRIB
f and her brothers, II. Mosley and L. Our Honor Roll requirements are: on'* hideous crime. C

V. Mosley, brought her body here attendance 90, deportment 90, class

;. Saturday night anti she was buried work DO. J. A. Boatright, Principal. Have you nnMr' d how little men Pop soar Alb { J

at Long!:; Branch Sunday, Rev. J. L. seem to think about their souls tuoue :
Strickland conducting the services.W. MONTGOMERY; CLYATT while they are olive, and how much Spoke ,c+ ,

M. Wimberly left Saturday ORDERED DISCHARGED they think about what will happen. Too
to-thelr bodies after they are dead? -
for Jacksonville where he will be Quick npar
A. corpse left behind I. no more Important
located this winter. Branson, Nov. Montgomery than a pair of wornoutnhoeo

m-,- Mist Winifred Wimberly and, II. Clyatt, well-known farmer and stock thrown "aaldp.! Yet menT of

s C. Wimberly Jr., motored to Hampton raiser residing in western Levy coun- power, from the Pharaoh that built r t at tl

t Sunday.Mr. ty, was discharged from custody after the fat pyramid to millionaire R bPRa.o-
and Mrs. II. E. Adams, of preliminary hearing, held before Con with his concrete grave, have EdwardMcCullough I sii4 )
worried about their bodlee. CHlCXIKS
Hampton, spent Saturday here the '
Judge Sale.
The qovaitlon' Interesting to one -H j a o.Le
j gru>ti of Mr. and Mrs. II. C. (Wim Clyatt had been bound over by a thinking of death abocld be. r 'YIAUIOCASIEA

.berly. coroner's jury on a charge of mur- "Where do 1 go from' bar?' not -
Mr.: and Mrs.' R. BOKRS and son, der in connection with the fatal Woo is going to steal my bndjT

.. Tucker spent Saturday in Jackson- shooting of Henry Hogan an elderly -

f ville.W. white man who was found deadat George Pernavd Shaw. Maf-.p- 8V TM' 'fSTENOG \

G. Guest and Walker Wilson, :Manatee Brings October 20. Evidence pointed Vlce-Hes'ent of* Omnipotence Bee.rOO. YEP HiM. N

of Woldn, and Plant City, were busi- produced at the preliminary; ), thinks little of meat eaters. > ? "THAT 5)LEAYB

ness visitors here Monday hearing was all circumstantial and He'i wrong. Ue aavjs: "Annie*Jed lout SHE 60f BAT MAR IR 8D'

Airs Ida B. Williams left Tues- the states attorney decided it was on barley bare esnunered half the MAAti1IiDo HO WAS FOOL

day for.a few days visit in Jackson- not sufficient to hold Clyatt for the world." Perhaps no. tK men that BHOO&H TO
meat RfLE THE ENTtRr
ville. I
grand jury.J. \\'ORIl, IV :. '..iet, :: J;. O MARY nea? .'
, ;. C. Adkin, states attorney, of or
.AUNTIE GETS TRUTH Gainesville, appeared for the prose- -

1: ( A thousand thanks for the pre cution, while Judge K. Willis: of ItO bR ROLL HAMPTON1SCHOOL
, tents Auntie, Bronson and Albert Cato, of Gainesville -
Don't mention it, my dear; it was represented the defendant. FOR OCTOBER

j nothing much. Much interest has been manifested
d No, I don't think so, either, but in this case. At the preliminary- Third Grade Misa Maud Mitchell,

, i mama said I should do It anyhow. hearing many citizens of western teacher. Thornton Johns.

.t Fifth Grade Miss Maud Mitchell!
Levy county were in attendance to ,
, He-Have you fixed the status of hear the testimony. teacher. Hazel Phillips. t

I t the people who moved next door Seventh Grade-C. T. Lawhorne, o

they have no car, no KEPT HER PROMISEShe teacher. Kathryn Weest, Margaret

machine, no piano. asked her papa for the car fackham, Estelle Johnson Hilda

what they have. She said she wouldn't drive it far Durden, George Williams, Freeman its e.oostua coats

they have a bank ac-. She tried to keep her promise sweet Hall, Jessie Owsley a

And hit a tree across the street. C. L.
---- 1AWHORNE Principal.



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!r'V I I CAr: '... CAT*HUM Ml.:ni('1JR eon- COST 21 .3G6,255
I I Klnt' of an Ointment which VJuli-My I
StateJNfevsTold I' RnllevoB. th. catarrhal Inflammation. anti ,, I j
j ''the Intrronl Mrdlrlir.\ a Tonic-, which geiiw41 V
nrtu through the Blaoi on the. Mucous Nearly $12.000.000 Devoted to '
Surfaces, thus restoring normal condi I t'
by Our Exchanges. tlonll. I
fold by druggists for over 40 Years. Helping Victims of Great .1
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..marlanna-By vote of 250 to 140 and Mrs. Haines formally donate
a there! was nothing to indicate who or I
thiftplace has rejected the commis- what the occupants or graves of the immense estate as national home for OVER 3,000 BUSY CHAPTERSAid .

,10 form of government. mound were, but Assistant City newspaper men.

Engineer T. G. Fairbanks said be Palmetto-New hotel to ba builton .1
The Florida Ser-
iJJ&stia- public found several bodies only six Inches Lemon avenue. to Disabled War Veterans
has announced
vlC Company a reduction ,
below the surface of the ground. .
in electric light rates to customers Paramount and Reaches
JacksonvUloMovement launchedto
served from the Eustis plnat. 'I' Miami-The city commission of establish local broadcasting ta- Nearly! 4000000.
Abolft 800 customers will profit by Miami has
put up for first readingan tion. SAY "BAYER ASPIRIN"and
thrijcut which reduces the minimum ordinance granting the Florid INSIST !

monthly charge from $2 to $1.50. I Power and Light Company a 30-yca Dade City-New apartment house Wa.sltngtnn.-Mnre! than 1.000.Ooowas
Sliding reductions are also made to franchise providing for a rate ot I I planned. the total of funds expended. In'' Unlosou: ) sec' the" "[i.t) &r Cri ss" on tablets you arc

contttmers who use the current for $1.90 all activities of the American Red
per 1,00 cubic feet of gas for not getting the genuine Bayer
operating power machines. the first five years and for the balance St. Petersburg 1.2 miles of Cross during the lust fiscal year. Aspirin proved safe

LWnter Haven More than 600( of the term to yield 10 per cent street paving laid in September. ended Juno 30, says a statement. Issued by millions and prescribed by physicians 2-1. years for

:;;bna attended the fall meeting of on the investment. The company i ia Gainesville-University of Florida: This by tho National organisation.

t"ttJ'lorlJa Banana Growers' Asso pany.successor Before to the adoption Miami the Gas ordinance Com- to build $18,000 athletic buil ing. sixth of expenditure the amount was of almost money one disbursed Colds Headache: Neuralgia Lumbago

clai1 on, which met here last week, by the Ked Cross In the war I Pain Toothache) Neuritis
must be given a second reading and Sanford-New Elks' home to replace : Rheumatism
thoa+, present coming from all parts to become effective year. Jul)'. 1917 to June. Ilt! !. Of
must be submitted ono recently burned. I
oU$ uth Florida. An exhibition of this extraordinary sum $11. :t1.*03 was '
to a vote of the The "
people. pres- only "Rayer"
bananas. was one of the features othelfeessions. Winter Haven-Contract let for America's contribution to the Red package
ent rate is $1.90 SafeIlaniiy
gas thousand. V
Speakers expressed the per new depot and freight warehouses. Cross for relief of the Japanese earthquake contains proven directions. ,

bed) that a bright future awaits a Da.tona-A committee appointed \ This. was Increasedto "flnyor" boxes of 13: tabluts
greater development of the industry for the purpose has rendered a report Tampa-Biff newspaper advertis- $11,76* S0.1 by appropriations. from .... ..'. (If :ti anti "" )-')riDrirss.' -
Lapin I U Ui, ira.Ui mark ol n. .i l.nuf ......... .
inlJIorida.Petersburg. recommending plans for a ing campaign planned by Florida general funds of the lied Cross and It jr clur at & lIo.clJu.l, .r u( S.llcjllc.olil

working arrangement to bring Sea- Citrus )o xchange.JacksonvllleSpee.1. represented probably the largest spontaneous '

.'S ; -There's too much breeze, Daytona Beach, Port Orange, outpouring of beneficence of II AMP: 'VON I SEAHOAKD TIME TABLE ; 1
ns4pf city owned automobiles here, plant to a g ID tie nation In the
( history ot the
Holly Hill and Ormond and the In effect '
city ( May 1924))) ; :
locate here.
according, to suggestion from world.
: a City of Daytona Hampton, Nov i 14. Miss 1 DnlsyMo
CorueaissioneY E. C. Heed, who pro together under a municipality Ovw 3OflO actIve Chapters expended in., of TluTt'itflU) spent the wi't'k- SouthboundNo. '.'
to be divided into six Lake Worth First National Bank \
ponef that city ollicialu. use their own rate sepa- during the year $4,869,000. the National end with her uuut, MrH. II. 11). \\Vcst.. 1 reaches SUrka at 11.38 p. ... (
taxing districts
the million mark with 100 ,
cara'nd that they be given an al- boundaries, with following tcrri cent passes increase since October 1923. per organisation disbursed 'l( .497.. I SUIt II. II. WiKiriiiH, uf Starlet! at- No. 3, 11:02 a. I'".

IcWajice for upkeep, beyond which tory to be determined contiguous, of these I I 255.35, making the total $21.366.255.35 I tondud! church here last Sunday eve) No. 2I, 'cl'dllr Key, 6:00: p. m.

they could not go. Present upkeep oCityfears places. Each district would have local Lake Worth-Work to start at -all for humanitarian work which ning. No. 15, Limited, 1:16: p. m. .
due he to at reached practically around the world.In I'. B. Hunt and NorthboundNo.
says use control of its affairs under such once on new service. track for local family and I P. J. I

night$ and on Sundays for pleasure form of government as it now has, industries. annntmrtns the year's record of I'enrci and! family were the guests! I 2 reaches Starke 6:08: a. m. .;
trls too much. American Red Cross Industry the exectittre of Mr. Hunt'H daughter l\IrK. S. M.
but No. 4, 4:20: m.
a larger legislative body would p.
New Smyrna New :$100,000 ofllclala at Washington empha
.mi-.J.. II. ] be created to act matters affecting Simmons, of Muxwell' last Sumliiy.Mrs. No. 20, Cedar Key, 8:50 *. m.
Brately, rural mail upon bridge over North Indian river nearIng size the fact that the extensive and G. 1'. Philips, of Luko Butlvr, ,f
carrier on Route 2, out of this city, { the "Halifax country" as a completion. never-balling work of the Red Cross visited her pun'l1tHIr.! und !Mm. O. No. 10, Limited, 6:67: p. m.

. ha.J.sked for a leave of absence of: whole. This body would be selectedby depends almost wholly upon the na. Haynes lust Wanneo Branch i,
hxfwionths: after serving 13 years and from each of the separate Jacksonville--600) outlying' acres tlon-wlde support of the organization Durdt-n) who is No. 101 leaves StArke 7:40 a. m.
I which districts. purchased for airplane landing Held from the enrolled No. 101
duriptr time he has traveled memberships during school in arrives SUrke 3:15 p. m.
Tampa, spent the week-end
'116 .23! miles. He that when he the annual roll\ call which this year T. J. GRIFFIN
FLORIDA WEEKLY INDUS'rRlALUEVIEW Stuart-Work begun on addition with his pnrl'ntsIr.! und :Mrs. A. A. i
began carrying mail on the route wfll be In progress' from Nov. 11 to Durdcn. Agent ;-,
,land'along the way sold for $20 an to "Developer" plant.COMMISSIONERS 27 when ."ryone Is asked to Join
Mrs. H. Wiggins, of Sturke, was
and that the same land today1t1nging or renew their membership In the To Stop n Cough Quick
Pierce-Resources and deposits PROCEEDINGS American Red Cross.Soldier the guest of her mother, Mrs. John
\f $3,000 a acre. lIe has of banks show marked in K. HoclgeH, last Tuesday. take IIA Yr.s' HEALING HONEY, a I,
;Pt4. eleven automobiles on the route crease. Board of County Commissioners! Service Paramount Mrs. Jeo. Reddish mid daughter. rouilh mi-ilh-liin whlfli' stops the cough/ tiytiaitlinit

daring thriteen years of service. 'of Bradford County met in regular Service. In behalf of the disabled! Miss Lola, of Jacksonville, in the Urn Inllnmad and Irritated. "...Ul'..

Ji Mamt.County Bartow Real estate transfers session, Monday, November 3rd, veterans. of the World War and then guest of 1\1 rII. ddiah'n) grurid-fhil- A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE .

JCbachman Commissioner R. continue active to keep pace with 921, with all members present as families Is .a paramount obligation of dren, Merrel and Krinii: Johns. SALVE: for Chest Col.lH. Hitnd C<,iMi and '
Jr., after an inspection rapid home building the Rod Cross. Tbn organization Croup; Is enrlonrd with every buttle ofHAYES'
follows J. M. Brownlee ChalTinan, I .
with : Cleveland: Sullivan and family, of '
Itrt' Hobart Crabtree, county through; Its Chapters.! U constantly In HEALING, MONEY. Ilifl salve
nglneer. expresses the opinion that Haines Oity-Site selected for new Louis II. Hill, S. J. Prescott, James touch with this duty In 3SOD cotnmanl- Thert'Hsu, aro the guests of Mr. Sul should! be l rubbiid, on the chrst anti, throat

'..thew recent heavy rains damaged Women's Club House. Reynolds and 11. P. Gainey. ties throughout the United States livan's mother, Mrs. J. 1' SullIvan, of children DUlTcrlnrf from a Ciild. or Croup. '
WM county roads to the of Minutes of last meeting read and this week I IHev. The HiMtllnil rttn-t ot llnyiuT ",'"IIII, II..ni-v In-
extent the Chapters alone during the expending "
year atti the nmiltlllril' with tim
llirnnl nlfivtoflimvn'a
Miami Railroad approved.The .
'1UOO0., A first estimate of $15,000 planned, penetrating In service forpt..rAn" about12.00n.000. W. It. I licks, 1 pastor of the ; III'nllI'nlt.I Hiilvit IlihtllUll tilt l""Jtiot
,wfviT too little, Mr. Coachman : Florida Everglades, from death of Millie Jones, pauper, The National organization First liaptmt church, of Hampton, Its kln MHIII. tttiiiin. a ttxiutill.il V
here icing reported to thin board her I h n-tnmll. nrx i.n.t"I l In nni rnrliia unit the
"atdas many roads have been cover- to Fort Myers.TampaSixMile expend! $$1.735.825 total of $$3,73! preached hero lust Sunday mornlnir. ami of tan ainilihiisl lr,'nlin' ii>t In Sf..".
;.41tr various distances with water, name ordered stricken from said 125 applied to assisting war 8I1rrll..rlltoward and evening. At' the morning HITV- JUNt nMk your ilruititlHt for HAYES
d dJn each instance much harm has bridge between pauper roll and $7.50 appropriated recovery from disability and Ice thu subject used was the faith IIEAUNU 1 IIUNhY.Dan '
here 1
and St. Petersburg be "
to officially for burial I
( expenses. of thu church The limmin
J;>ee done. distress. .
opened November 20. Claimed Johimon, of Stark last Monday
to Petition received from citizens of
was thu sixth of till' SU"IPI''
This work In chapter
rnnfltant In hospitals,
Mr. mid, Mm. McKt-over of Graham
L'lahasseeS. be longest automobile bridge in the Starke asking that !Mrs. Martha
W. Odom, an em- sanItariums camps soldiers' homes.In of Solomon. The "'IIK"n text wai.
world. npent, 'lust: SmuJiiv; with Mr. and
ploy e of the ,state road department1eftVor Riggs, pauper, be allowed $5 per the community. For example In "Who Is she Hint looketh forth an
Mrs. L. J. .
Houston, Texas, to bring Fort Pierce Erection of new month and that an appropriation of helping disabled: men anti. women In the morning, fair UK tho moon, cltiiir : Wynn.H ____ J..

;bCtto the Florida state prison, Dr.Awjdward eight story building started. $10 for the month of October be places where they" were transient residents as the sun and terrible an an army Kill LAND

Corthcll, alleged notori- made for her immediate relief. Up- $173.070 from national. funds. with banners." The illustrutloiiH' I","

dusj orger, sent up from St. Fetersfctoftk'in Bartow Beautification of school on motion and second, it was ordered alone was required to help mire their used were plain and siniik|, but they highland Nov. II.-Mrs. 0 L. ;,
: 1922! for two years. Corthell grounds planned. that her allowance be increased to problems.. Every Red Cross. service Is were to the point, and greatly onjoyed. Riirsby is viHitlnic her parent, Mr, !

kas*iescaped twice, was, captured $;5 per month and that $10 be appro- ewe? at hand ready lo meet the Individual For the evening service the and, 1\1\ rlt. J. T. !Marr. I ..
once Tlast year. in Pitts burl:, Penn- Jacksonvllll'-IOOOOO dairy farmto printed, and that slerk draw scrip for need of these men and subject was: "The Marks uf ChrUt." .
II. C. Jr. made bullnujm
...jlviniu, and the second in Houston be established on 728-acro tract this amount. women.Tha. The lesson text was : "I1'rein henceforth Wimhi-rly a V
seVcra.1' days ago. 11 miles for here.Jacksonville The following reports ordered filed enlisted men In the Regular let no. man trouble mu for I trip to. Green Cove Springs

: State convict inspector, county Army the Navy, and the Marine hear in my body thu marks of the Wednesday.Clydo
"ampa-Freeholders in the DeSo- Establishment of judge and justice of the peace, ,district Corps with their home ties mean a Lord Jesus" Thu sermon was McNolll returned to hi.
ta\ rk and city aquarium being considered. vrry homo at Hamilton Roads'a.., Saturday
"* Alafia river sections No. 1. Lawt'ey. never-ending Red" Cross service which impressive and liMlene l to
vot.4 to form a special road and East coast growers raise money to John A. Morgan appeared before ....re. cannot fully Interpret. In this and Interested audience.Mr ay a large after a visit here with .'ela-

bridge district and to Issue $750,000 control nail-head rust. the Board and asked that the pauper work a total of $8NS.2S! was appliedIn tivcH.

foil')the construction of a causeway : allowance of Ervin Higginbotliani meeting an obligation:! under" the : *. A. A. I'utch Entertains: Mr.\ and !Mrs. it. Uoirgs and son,

acrrtM' a part of Ilillsborough Bay' Bayard-East Coast boulevard beIng be increased. S. J. Prescott was appointed Red Cross charter which has bean fulfllled The Ladies Council of thu Chris", Tucker, were visitors to Jacksonville : .

tetMiles; of connoctiong highway resurfaced to Sunbeam. to investigate and report at for over 20 ,.ears. tian church niut at thu hume of Mrs.A. Tuesday.U. .

andljpther improvements. The diatrictfembraces next regular meeting of said Hoard. Domcstlo Operations Extensive' A. i'utch on Thursday afternoon.The II. Williams and A. J. Swart
14,001) of land Winter Haven-City to take over Committe of G. In- devotional service led motored out from Jacksonville fur
acres consisting M. In the past year Red Cross operations wall by
embracing: ; greater part of the De- library building and move to new man and E. S. Matthews from the I were almost. wholly confined to the hostess, 1\11'11. Kutch. i the WHtk-und. .

Sot lpark and Palmetto Beach sec- site Chamber of Commerce cf Bradford continental" United States and the The program wax as follows: I I P.I.! Crews was a visitor to

traM .and the section north of Alafiarirer St. Petersburg-- New- building county asking for assistance for Insular possessions. Relief work folio Song, : All Hail the I'ower of Jesus Starke Thursday.

extending to the PulnT River permits for October over half mil- county demonstration agent and :for wtng disasters" called for Immediate Name. |I A. A. Crews returned to Leosbur

eom.m"nity. lion. an appropriation for building arch activities In 192 places and a total of Subject: Christ the Savior. I Thursday after a visit here with
or sign board at the county lines 737103.87 wan spent In this service Scripture: Matthew 1: 1.19. | relatives. S
QiiiBcy.- The statute prohibiting Okeechobee-Materials on way north and south on state highway. alone. In '33 major disinters trained I'ruyer-Mrs. 1"utch. I| Misses Winifred Wimherly &Uffirie -

Improved: sand-clay road in Gadsden start. make available to the Chamber of rehabilitation for many months.In Futch. tore. to Starke Wednesday .'*

CoWtfor; hauling logs and other Commerce of Bradford county $:>00 carrying on the health activitiesa Song: I Love Him Because Ito j The McDonald Construction Co.

heavyjp materials is constitutional, Tampa Thousands of striking or so much thereof an la necessary to total I of $441,841(4 from Red Cronn, First Loved Me. of Atlanta arrived lust week with a .

whilofthe one limiting a truck and cigar makers, idle 5 weeks, return to construct arches and advertise on national' funds' and OIl.OOO from Chapter Birth of Christ-MM. W. If. firU-l j gasoline shovel, camp ears and sand

load 1 to? two tons over a county work. the state highway at the north and treasuries. -appropxtmately ".252.> fin. j,i dumps arid are ,rniruiriHl In exovatInir .

brtdgJ is unconstitutional, according south sides of the M< In all-was applied, giving. some Sentence for thu new extension on the :
Clearwater county, subject to prayers-All. ,;
Some of -
& -'- most beautiful
twojdeclsion.i handed down in ides of the extent ef Red track. !
the approval of the board of county : Cross sar- Jesus, in the Temple-Mrs. Johnson. panning
Gadsden County Circuit Court by and substantial bridges in whole ommissioners. tee In the fields of public health I L. H. Carter wu a business visitor ;

JudgE.] C. Love. The first named country recently completed In Pinel- nursing nutrition Instruction and t to Jackxonvllle, Saturday.
County enumerator filed his of Jesus
report -I llaptlsni -Mrs. Saxon
cassriwill be carried to the supreme las county. and same ordered forwarded to spreading knowledge: of personal hygiene Piano Solo-MiiO I Evelyn Jones. I MlnneM Both unil Winifred Wlmberly -
and care of the flIck In the home.
and II. C. Wmiberly Jr. attended
courtttn the 1
Fort Lauderdale $200,000 bond Commissioner of Agriculture at Christ as a Physician and Comforter -
rot advancing the causa of human the bull the Farm
nt State
OrhuJdo "Pinching" automobile Issue to be voted on to complete Tallahassee. -Mr*. C. W. Olllet. game i
safety the First Aid Instruction, locally V
sea tfeilBh, ions to insure appearancein Ocean Boulevard throughout 11 rown- The following resolution offered b,- Chapters and over eifenslvonational Christ as a Sacrifice-Mrs. Futch.

police court of owners who violate ard county. antI passed: territory by the Red. Cross Song: The Old Kugged Cross. I'INR: C.\STLE lULL '

traSWflfordmances is too much like That whereas, the fine and forfel- Instruction. car covering 1 trunk Una I Christ an a Mediator-Mini* May
''smalt-town tuff" to suit Orlando. Palmetto-Thirteen new home tobe ure fund has been exauated until railroads, sad In teaching water- Jones. I'inu Castle Hill, Nov 14.-Un. A.

fhjjjjplan, adopted by the police de- built at once. Contract let for new taxes are collected and that there i safety and Increnilnn, the membership !Sung: Willing am I. C. 11111 and daughter, Climmiv: were '.

oaJUUt tevi, rnl days ago, has caus-. 8-hole golf course. has been a levy of two mills for said of the nt irth fine and forfeiture fund, and that May Jones and Mrs. O. (0'. Johns were
( JehninhiT of commerce to putfh'effaatter PalmettoThreestory fifty room the: total root was $284.231.71. of which
before its members for a addition to be built to Oaks hotel. there is now in the outstanding In- $((211.211 came nut of national funds Mrs. Futch assisted by Misn I visiting Mr. and Mrs., Arthur Brown

ot.fDUyor Giles. and City Comm.is4Ione4Msnuet ebtedness fund $2OH.38 which the Army of Over 8.5OO.OOO! I Evelyn Jones and EmmA Johnson 'of Oruhntn, Hundity evening
were those Plant City-Warnell Crate Corrvany. county will not disburse until July. served delicious fruit salad, angel 1' Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Youngblood of
among The Red Cross In the schools
.h 't.j to reo-mmpnd "to the city $100,000 corporation, to takeover 913: and that said fund will be reimbursed with' Senior over 6.500.000 In Its "I Serve food coke and goU cake. I IWl'ro Graham were visiting her parent, .

ouncll have the ruling for cops to and operate Warnell Lumber & from the collection of said ranks-was aided l with $211.510711: to>> Fuurtciin preitont at thin delightful Mr. and Mm. A. I'. Hall, Saturday

\ptcb\ f r' .!-ushmns' taken back." Veneer plant.TampaS..uth. issessment for fine and .forfeiture which It H estimated the Chapters added affair and were much en-i Mr. and Mrs. Arch Dryden and I

fund. .some $277 000-a total of I3IO.H10.78 couragrd for future Christian work I mm: Lenn und dauitlitur, Martha,
DGtind--Novembcr: 15 has been Tampa Electric Co.ciontly Therefore, be it resolved That wedo In various other domestic activities the i'he following program was ren- were shopping in Starkii Saturday.
teala1Uaied! b the Alumni Assocla- chartered and capitalized at ask the Honorable Ernest I Mi j.s.. Cleniiiiiu and Lucil Lieuinil .
> Amos) Red cross spent $2.3.473.19: !) and the dered by the B. Y. P. V. last Sunday\
.aaJJIol1l'r'01inl: $ ],0UOO, applied for franchise. State others attended the. ',all t
/ Day" at Stet- Comptroller, to authorise the I Chapters In their numerous voluntary veiling: ,V i i u Ime I

,oI'll.Uar.er: -t fnc Stetson "Orange Altamont Springs "The national transfer of $1,000 from the out.tall""'. services expended an additional Subject: A Message to the church. 'the .Stntu Farm Sunday afternoon.Mr. .

nO<. Amhr-,.1, ')(

'ro1JasI.' dppi College on that forfeiture fund. Foreign obligations., aside. from Song: All Hail the I'ower of Jesus [Waldo, were the ifuuiit. nf MI. midMrs.

la' and plannre being made to I A Torxiorove's There being no further business, Japan. were met with national funds Nome. : K. J. howling Sunday.Mr. .

.k *ye of.i no.ird crowd. The Tasteless chill Tonic KOrd adjourned to meet la regular aa fellows: Relief. of refugees In J'ray.r-Ptrof. Lawburne. Wiley Edniondson, of StitrKif,

U ;.II\UOO..II"n,, went on record restores sessIon on :Monday\. December 1st, Greece UOO. .'7.1II : Junior Red Crows I Daily Readings and Lesson Text -- j und' l MHS Viola' .StnrliiiK, of JniTmm,
and Vitality by Purifying and
it tbjjnwtir .it which the day was Energy 021. projects. U9! 579 71f..a: <
!ieignt4 that thi- would be a suit- Enriching; the Blood. When you feel Its G. W. ALDERMAN, ,Croas Societies. $1(5,000; other W Reading: "Little Hands.-Mp,, I* "" .

ibidecazion '.i show each and every strengthening, Invigorating effect! sea how Clerk and Auditor. solar and foralrn work f321.85S.3t. Edna Pearcc. ?;( 1'111111111",, .,f,,1| /J.I !' /Hill

,ru Jjust chat stetson Is doing ''It brings color to tbe cheeks and howIt V The American Red Cross budget for The Story of an Indian (Chief At undid i-huri', li .It II tii.r.'i; -1J1.d'I:

n -bading up its athletic team I improves the appetite, you will then I It's funny about nature, making 1124-25: I. |4.(477 OSS, or |(t 6 .za..9. John Latty Wh.'uAer.RepAingMiases I. uTiHK..

appreciate its true tonic value.Grove's < prunes more healthful than strawberries lass tbau the budget for the year femtta and
ee lm Beal'h.-Evcl'v.tors on I Mary V. \ "HI' ian," I In. HI"i 'hen m'xttrwk
Tasteless chill Tonic Is ended last June 30.to '
simply d1106 Clack. .
he the new Northwood Ternin A I hny i>i !K"'n f to'h.... fouricifn
1ar.( Iron end Quinine suspended In syrup. So The country's two greatest draw- :S'riecial Music Miitxeii 0.rr1ll'I'' j ..lf."
lfe and I I will wntur it
r discovered 17 unmarked deeds for all niy
pleasant even children like it The blood good ps'opie. la
acks-Rest and UnreeL Allgotxl, Hil'lu Durden and Annie
.lt{ a burying place which of- It time: of distress the American Red
I.nhe present city adminis- Enrich: It. Destroys Malarial !germs and When a man sits down to wait Cross zisv.r routs. Help tills work Sirs. J. F. .Tohnion rr.. Conway A great dual morn worth while;
'rtinil4' not know had exiited. No by Its year ra.mb"rsalp .. I
Grip germs Strengthening Invigorating for his ship to in with diar-joi
maifcet come usually and ion, (icorgiKruma! : Johnaori and ff y.n' would only say,
.er. on the mounds and Effect. 0c. Armistice Day.
turns out to be a receivership. I Catelle Hobby vitited Mr. and Mrs. (t.i; morning&. with a 1111,;)..-
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., (are governed by the law of supply avoid it. When they are smitten oo NEGRO ARRESTED AT fended upon! the battle fields of

and demand. Congress cannot repealor Jto cheek, they turn the other; butI LAWTEY NO TSLAYER OF France,

c>c:::: a.i modify thIs law. The best thing: I the smitter had better leave it alone, JACKSONVILLE OFFICER It is the members of the American
for the farmers would be to create for America knows beyond the possibility Legion especially that we have DIet

I a greater appetite for their products. of forgetting than an honor- (Continued From Page One) here this Armistice Day to honor...

s EPcieix: I. Democrats hare the best appetites in I able and defensive war Is better thana waited far the -negro to open" one of they .and their American comrades

11 I the world. Therefore they should dishonorable peace. America has the two doors. in arms, alive and dead. They have

d'1 grow more Democrats, and the priceof no use f9r "peace at any pyce;" and They heard the negro walk across our gratitude, but it is impossible to

.. -'- ----- -- I wheat and corn would naturally should she_ever have her glory will the creakish floor of one of the two put it fully into words. They ha",,

: PhoiieH 2U tiiid IOU! go up. be departed, her manhood gone, and rooms in the shanty. our gratitude: and wa have their a".

: ----- --- I I The'thiag I wish to emphasize is her Christianity, I think, will have "Come on out," Sheriff Eppersonsaid. sistance. To the peculiar credit of
\ n' ; PROGRAM: FOR TEACHER'S simply this: We can't make a theory I vanished, too, for the Christ who "" the American soldier, he has bctn
WAINWRIGHTMcSEILLMr. MOV. of society or government and make drove the money-changers from the great in peace as in war, as the lives
MEETING: .FRIDAY 28. The men, who had been followingin ,
I life fit it. We must make our theory I' temple; who said- "I come not to' of Washington and Lee illustrate.
John S. :McNeill), of Starke, II automobiles, were armed. They
the marriage1 of The teachers of the county are I fit life. If it doesn't fit life, its wrong. bring peace on earth but a sword; : voluntarily stationed themselves Like them, the members of the

t, Ir. his Florida daughter, announces, Blanche to Mr. William I called to meet at the school house in Life is bigger and older and stronger who. declared, "Greater love hath no around the house to prevent any attempt American Legion serve the country
t 28 at 10 a. m. I man than this, that a man lay down In peace as in war and I have
J Marion Wainwright, the marriage :Starke: Friday, Nov. I than any theory social or political.We of the negro to escape'and to ; great
i I having in Jacksonville, I All who attend will be paid the same can't change life. We can't alter his life for his friend, scarcely aid the officers should a gun battle er confidence in the future of A men.

f. October 26th1924. l as if they taught the day otherwiseyou I the fundamental needs'and nature of I would ba pleased with a people so start. ca because they are a great organij.
mark report as of nine- I I knbw soft and pleasure-loving as to refuse ed force to promote in 'peace
will theories-the the
your men. -
:. \I; The announcement of the marriage j many pacjifist Slowly the negro opened the door
', l't' come as quite a surprise toT teen days taught. theory, the socialist theory, the to fight, if need be, in defenseof and raised his hands above his head. welfare of the nation they fought to

'\ &'* numbers of friends throughout the History Teaching In the Elementary anti-patriotism theory, the communistic -I truth and right and honor. I He was searched and handcuffed safeguard and defend. And with

; ':,' ;.I state who join in good wishes and Grades-W. O. Du/all and Maud, theory, even the anarchist I So radical have some pacifists become I "If that's the negro who killed their help and devotion I have nevera

i .' I State Auditor with headquarters in !\ritchel.I theory, that listen well and talks that they are seeking to destroy Policeman Kelly, we want him," one doubt that the liberty of the citizens .
r: ,' English In Grammar ; beautifully. have 'I TKe stupid ones and the democracy of the
4 congratulations. Mr. Wainwright occupies Teaching i They only ore patriotism. of the volunteers declared. (m.
the important position of I School-Mrs. Perking. trouble. They don't fit the need and attack patriotism directly, as the / .The detectives told them he was ernment will be safe, despite all!

Tallahassee, and his bride i is the j Proper Preparation For High School I nature of Hnen. When you point out I force which drives men to fight for not the negro they were seeking, and storms, and that however other

charming daughter of Mr. John S. English-Carolyn Fripp. this defect their advocates close their I their country. They figure that if one of them said: "Let's take him for countries may fare the star spangled .

I McNeill.FRIDAY: > How to Teach Writing-J. A. Boat- eyes and smile sweetly and reply I I they can cause men to become Indi!. 'a ride anyway." Other threats were banner in triumph shall wave "o'er
- :' right. I icondescndingly i : "That's notlhntr?' If ferent to their country, contemptuous heard. the land of the free and the home of

AFTERNOON' Essentials in Teaching Reading- it doesn't fit nature, we'll change I>I of it even, they will not fight for Afer a conference with Sheriff Ep. the brave."

: BRIDGE CLUB Isabel Bullen, Lillian Mackery. I II nature; well educate the people up j:: it, and wars will cease. They forget person, the detectives decided to This is my final sentiment for this

Arihmetic in Grammar School-S. S.I. to it." Their fatal mistake is that i that when a man fights for his counr I bring the to Jacksonville / !great day, a national holiday, a bea.

: The Friday afternoon Bridge Club Alvarez Dowling, Mrs. Anderson. I I.I I nature cannot be changed. It manifests I. |I I I try he is in reality fighting for his I where more negro data could be obtainedin con light of history: the Armistice, ,
Miss Alleen I
wax entertained by Primary Work-Miss Ray, Mrs. itself'm different forms under home his wife, children, relatives, the attempt to have him identifiedas may it last forever; but should tend
last Friday, at her homo on Moore. ,1: different conditions. The fellow who neighbor! and friends. Could they j a I may America ever be found

Walnut street, with the following We will have departmental work I, wouldn't give you half the road make a man contemptuous of those, | fugitive. II ready and able and victorious nm
I merabiirs present: Mesdames Ed- so the teachers can get that part when he drove a horse and Huggy doubtless he would not fight: for I The negro declared he came from the

warJ Burnsr-OrL. Beaslcy, N. Stems most suited to their needs. I 1 I gets an automobile and becomes a them. But they cannot do it. It is an I Greenville. Miss He said he Is a ,

; berg, E. II. Johns, 1Stump, F. I As our last meeting was rained roHcl hog. The fellow who used 11 insane theory repugnant to the fundamental i veteran of the World War and serv- i
L. Turner, G. M. Inman, J. L. Peek, I I ed in the engineering in past.666
I ,out, let me urge that all teachers hold you up and take your money instincts of life. Bred in corps
/ S. L. Peek, Misses\ Mable Veller.r France. He went to Lawtey, he said, I
S answer to roll call.at this meeting, away from you becomes a comm, >- ; the bone and sinew of man through !.
and Alice Therm.I in search of .
Aileen Alvarez i. thereby shewing your professional sion merchant and says that the untold centuries of blood and atrug- emplo'ment.from j
At the close of the game It was I I Ii : spirit. fruit and vegetables sent him I Ie, and for the I fi
you :: necessary preservation s prescription for
i found that Sirs. Burns hryl won ftm I I Every patron and friend of rduca- arrived in a damaged condition and of the race, is the supreme im-i Europe, and made the lecture, Colds '
of Hend-
handkerchiefs tours foreign notable the best ,
x prize, a box of dainty ; i tion is invited to attend this mee'iff that you owe him something on the pulse to fight and die, if need be, in ; '
.. I and as Miss Mable Weller made low I i and see ifj we are trying: to make it freight. The fellow 4rith an "inter- defense of parents, wife, childrenand brains paid business in the world-for the aches, Constipation, Uiliousne

she waa consoled with a deck of I I any better for your children. .ional mind" who used to start a other loved ones. One might as involved! I have no serious': .It i I. the. mint apwdjr rentedwa kn....
to tind with the heart with --
card or -
I Wiir to take something; away from a well attempt to dam Niagara with I + ,. .. a -
; a
The hostess served tempting refreshments TilE ARMISTICE the head of America. Were I to prescribe + + + +!+!:.!. .
nation, now wars to submit a his hand, as to attempt to blot out I 1 C
I of fruit salad, saltines, AND TilE FUTURE, for her, it would be with theIZlea + .
trumped.up di this law of life around
pu1. a handpicked mighty :

: olives and IceU tea. I| (Cimtinued From- Page One) ;* arbitration 'ouncii, or world which clusters all the good and I rather of than ket'ping.her of curing: her from of disease disease., NOTICE !

CHURCH SOCIAL however it was written, and the court, and win nut by diplomatic astuteness sweet of human experience and the What are the ingredients of such .
'S under t forms of law. imperishable legacies of history. :
American soldiers laid aside their 11 prescription? .
Saturday evening there was a I uniforms and returned to the pursuit Methods change: i, 'ure, in its es- j I' .. Then there are the clever pacifists'! L .

r .. ,' social meeting of the members of the I 1 of civftmn life. Their undying achiev- sentlal instincts and hungers and who say, "We don't ask you to give I ,I (1)it) The country will avoid disaster ;! The 1921$ Tax Roll It not .. .
i Methodist[ church fit the club house, spirits remains the sum And education I ] .! she will take her principles of
in ask to
,inents, their heroii-m unpuralled up we you get 11'1 I right and open for the payment of 1921
At eight o'clock. cannot vnange it. 1: 'lucatlonis wrong the Bible,
the annals of warfare, we celebrate wider patriotism, to accept internationalism i
The was under the ,dl- the most powerful instrument for I from which source the framers of :t Taxes. .
I program today; and It lot well we do, "lest we and to become a citizen of'l' he
:. ; rctioh of Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, and forget" the price that has seen paidto the mastery of nature known to man. the world." This is'the same seduc.ion ( i, constitution drew wisdom and + Two per cent allowed for ..,
inspiration for the ;
instrument which
corfHfsfwr the well executed But itcannot change
following a single law
< .
Our > with coating. You can ,
free. country a sugar
keep our country :No\ember
I I Gladstone '.5 .
called :'the most wonderful payments.One ,
ir I I numbers: Reading by littleGloria I has been bought and paid for by nature. It merely teaches us how to spread* syrup so thin that it isn't!; i j, It ..
Johns Louise Snyder and utilize natural laws. The ever struck off at a given per cent allowed
: science of I Cor.
the iweet. You spread patriotism .
tears I can
the blood l courage and by I I'
t time; the 'i
by brain
Mrs. E. M. Johne solo, Miss Florence -/ agriculture. for and purpose of
; example, cannot
that isn't worth
I of sacrifice. If it has faults, if it can j 10 thin it anything. ;:: December payments. !
nan. /
:, Matthews; quartette, Mesdames \ be improved, it is our right and .duty teach us ,",w to gr w grapes from ,Patriotism is like love. Loves! is affection I .
A. Z. Adkins, L). E. Knight, i to correct its faults and to embrace fig trees. It: leaches us how to. grow I focused on one woman. PaI I ((2)) Our children should read and I; Hooks Close April 1, 192' 4o ,
Misies Florence Matthews and Hilda I better-grapes from (itudy the Constitution of our' State :
its virtues. grape vines. The 1 tnotism is. affection focused on one I'I .
: Struth\ accompanists, Miss Dorothy I science of psychology cannot make If is to love he I ind our Nation. Therein? in clear, l'
There mus
is a rather wide-spread< notion 'ountry. a man j ,
Edwards and Mrs. E.K, Terrymnn. the selfish unselfish. It I ;erse language, are the inspired :
that there is something wrong 1Ian teachesus 1 make his choice among women. If a f E.W.Hayes ;.
- S I Kcv. W. F. Dunkle, presiding, elder with the country, although it is difficult how to get him -to do what we I man is to be patriotic he must make I {rinciples of civil liberty which muste {
of the Jacksonville district talked I want him to hy j followed, if American govern- *
to diagnose the trouble. We persuading him that I iis choice among countries. 'Vhefl'! Tat! : Collector. J
S of his work when a missionary/ to the I IIndians. have poverty, discontent, lawless it is going to benefit and please him
,- L1 I jHellcous ness, radicalism, and mania for excitement to do it. Education has never at-1..vhen conflicting interests are to be t t:lag:o endure.will live Our constitution and our :.t+$-+!+,+i+l+.+..+i+s-+' .'. ;
: ,, cocoa and sandwiches I I I"were o nd enjoyment; and some tempted to change human nature (iecided, the disciple of international- or together. I H
byIn... W E. ;Middle1 : and ((3)) We should not forget the "
served : there be who think that we have it never can. Ij I sm must choose between the disraUvnts goa- '
-1 -ton !Mrs.\. J. II. Ritch, Mrs. R. F. i The peculiar of I>el of work, for which there is no'' ; SOUTH FLORIDA'S 1
reached "the dangerous age" of national excellency the | and in the words ,of Christ _LIIhSttt. .. ..... T".. ..'... k.._ __.L L__ .
Clark. Misses Hazel .Mlddleton. Caro-| American: form of government is in 1 1u.v lie --* .v nuf ijaa ixiuue naru
I \ existence and headed for disaster country calls. "lIe who is not for
-, Ivn and Grave Wood. I I Ii,.. #ftft. ."ft' I. L.u ...hL L. times by. its enormous destruction. GREAT NEWSPAPERIf
/ Fripp or destruction. Every age. I uw vuub iv iiarmunizelin nu- | me Is against me." Of course, in a j j There is
1- is dangerous. The first man nature and utilizes it for civil I democracy, a man may speak! and no way to make wealtlTbut
year a
: MRS: BIGGS HOSTESS: Tog by work. We can't talk it
The into exis- S
I 20T1I CENTURY CLUB of infancy is certainly precarious.The liberty. constitution of the United vote in form of the policies that het: tense ,
t or legislate in into
States when existence
adolescent age is one of alarming written fitted life; I wishes his country to pursue, but After ; 1
1i: Thursday evening Mrs. E. L,. tempest. and temptation. The and before we change it we ought to the country has decided,' the; we must work to create again the you want to keep posted on t'-e: :

I., S Riggs entertained the 20th Century I I midI age of life is full of work and satisfy. ourselves that the change wishes of the minority must yield to ed.surplus wealth that we have destroy- ,marvelous development of Souti
Bridge Club, complimentary to her grind and worry which often over- will fit the need and nature of men. ,: the will of the majority, and a man i I Florida must
(4)) We ypu read
must have faith .
; attractive house truest, Mrs. W. .W.'I come us. The age of senility has Its Legislation that does not tit life results must either support his country anal selves and in our- I
in the
I.,. Bartow, of Wilmington. Del. Glowing -, pit falls, and ends in death. From the in contempt for law and political be a patriot are failing to do so, our state and opportunities of J

yellow cosmos in French basket I : beginning of history, life, individualor anarchy. :,fail to be a patriot. There is no room' Florida gulden! nation. It is eaily in The Tampa
A '.' .-. and wall vases were used for decora national, has at all stages been With this criterion in mind, let us for internationalism. A man is a pa- and peninsular of wealth

m tions. beset with enemies that would de- examine some of the political theories -:,tri blue sty above
.I After the company had enjoyed 1 I stray it. Yet life has constantlygone prevalent today. Allow me to he Is a liability to his country : flowers beside and blooming J
everal rubbers of bridge, the on, blossomed in promise fruit- first explain how they became prevalent I I and he is of no good to tte world. If maximum of man finds the Every nook and of '
satisfaction corner
i'4 hostesa prevented dainty prizes to ed in civilization. Whut ails us today it you pull a chain! with a 'a man is indifferent to the fate of in recreation Soufif

-- I those holding high and low scores. ailed us centuries before Christ, weak link hard enough the weak I His own family, or his own country, ((5)) We or endeavor.should have I Horida is carefully covered by Tr.b-

._ S As a guest prize, narcissus perfume when we were far less able to combat link breaks and the other links remain -,I it l is not likely that he will have a' ence for the more revert me correspondents. Write for 1

)}I was given l\I rs. Itartow.At I it. Lifu'lfl a struggle, and when intact. When pressure is exerted ['I heart to spare for Europe or the and the past, for the workers 9 ample copy and rates.
sages and the
? a late hour the hostess! aerved it ceases to be a struggle It softens on society the weak heads crack world. When the test comes, the in- heroes of departed ;

S ,I delicious fruit salad, olives, saltines I| and decays. What Is wrong with the and the others remain intact. When''ternationahttt either must break with yean, who built this country
- true to the
: and hot chocolate with whipped country? Listen and guard :well the the World War broke out nome poo- j'| his theories or demonstrate that heI I I dreams. image of their filth and ,
They toiled
.1- h a cream.Those. I secret. I suspect that nothing much pie went crazy. When those two I! is -m unworthy man. America has 'they buildej ; they fought; ""

i enjoying the evening with | ails the country. We imagine we're boy in Chicago killed their play- j some internationalists in theory but I I knew; for they even, the better than they- The Tampa j".1"

4 ( \.., Pr. and ;Mm. Biggs were: Mr. and sick; but we're like the man who has mate in order to experience the sensation -, mighty few in practice. I past, laid the foundations patriots of the

*1 ;Mrs.: S. L. Peek, Mr. and Mrs. O. L. I rend too many patent medicine advertisements of murder, I recall that at There are many theories, more or I iprend nation, which the of this wide Morning Tribune I5

SpII lI..asleyrr.; and Mrs. F. F. Stump, I and nervously concludes least one person went insane thinking less waves or ripples of the World the American Legion members of

kt Mr. and ;Mrs.: G. M. Inman, Col and that he has ever)! distressing: about it. Due to the stress and War, that I might discuss There is so recently de Tampa, Florida.

Mrs. J. L. Frazee, :Mrs. N. Sternberg, symptom described. strain of civilized society, intensified j the fellow who says "Everybody's j

(1* J. J. Truby, liuesIattle Harley We must not forget that we are by the war, the weak heads cracked, business is our business"-ajiJ tries I

and Mable Weller :Mrs. W. W. Bar- i; living in a universe of laws. I refer and as a result we aic being flooded' thereby to entangle us in all foreign i ,;

tow, (If Wilmington; Del. ; not, to municipal laws-there's little with insane theories about society deputes whether our rights or interests & c4S 1:

,I' danger of our forgetting them, with and government. Take pacifism, for j are involved or not. A*. for I ;- EF4lIlr3W N :
: I'a
sheriff tell what example. Some
deputy to us not people are declaring. me, I prefer the sentiments of
:: Board of Bund Trustees of to drink and a truant officer to see that they'll never fight. They say I Washington's farewell address. I ,

I Bradford county will receive bids on : that our school children don't play that should an enemy land upon our When our interests are threatened

tp ,. December 2nd. A. I). 10'Jl!I: I at 2:00: hooky. I refer to natural laws: WhatI shores, we should meet them with in Europe our place is in Europe. We i
: o'clock p. m. for 773: cu. yd:). excavation -I goes up must come down; men do flowers. They say that it takes two are not intruders; we are defendingour

:' in accordance with plans on file not gather; grapes of thorns or figs to make a fight. This has misled rights. When our interests are

at the'office of the County Engineer, ,,01 thistles. The World War greatly many. It does, in a sense, take two I not threatened abroad, our place is

at Starke, Florida. The same beingan 'disturbed the even tenor of our lltsI to make a fight. But it doesn't take I at home, defending the :Monroe doctrine I

out fall ditch south of road number I and ways. The world cannot spend two fighters to make a fight. One of ".\meri a for Americans."
One between Graham and Brook- 105 million dollars per day in war, fighter and one pacifist will result in Socialism and communism, the vermin _.? :, : : '1
.\, er. I I destroy much of its priceless art and the grandest licking in the world. ideas of the riff rat! of Europe, I I _.L_. ,. ,
.j. The Board reserves the right toI literature, indulge in savage and Unspeakable Human nature being what it is, a ,I' have made a little headway in this '

.f. reject any and all bids. atrocities, and, kill off over nation that declares that it won't i country; but I need not discuss them -
' -
. ; E. MATTHEWS.- : I, 18 million of its young men without fight, that refuses to have the train ( before a body of patriots. They are : I

,1.' ", I Chairman. ''serious disturbances. It's like throwing ing and equipment to fight invites a "! false to the law of life that, if a I For Merchants

?- S C. A. FUTCH. I: a stone into a lake; there will be light. Invaders aren't after flowers, | man is to work and be happy be mUiJbe \ Only! ,

Secretary. 11.Ut.I: i waves and ripples. That is natural they're after booty, indemnity, and allowed to own what he earns. '

. D. W. II.VZEN""i [ law and we can't avoid it. But the with nothing to stop them they'llget I Without this incentive, industry will ,

world is doing none of these things I what they're after. Daniel lag and cease, the country will go i The merchant who do the biggest Christmas business this

D. W. Hazen one of the oldest citizens today; and when the cause is removed Webster said: "God grants liberty untilled, the factories in silence will j will be the merchants who year I

.,.. of the Brooker section, died the disturbances in time will'''only to those who love it and are always crumble to decay, and in licentious I start right now through newspaper spaceto

l, Tuesday afternoon from a complica. ':; cease. There's no use in getting excited ready to guard and defend It." misery the people will starve and' $U iftopperi about the new exclusive and reasonably priced merchandise -

tion of diseases, following a lingering I about them, and we might as 'I pouted this quotation on the wind- :perish. Russia has found it out and'' in their stores.

illness. :Mr. Hazen tad reached well take what comes to us-good: or 'shielj of my car in the Defense Day Russia is a warning to the world. !I .

the age of 73 years. Funeral serv- j bad-a* good sports and soldiers of I parade( in Gainesville in answer to I The great heart of America is true Newspaper readen'agree that the well illustrated ad it the .

S ,] ices were held Wednesday "after fortune. When the war came for 1 those who criticised the name and I I.and sound and patriotic, growing in I interesting ad and it is the ad which most
t to noon and interment made in New example, my salary remained stationary 1 the purpose! of Defense Day and refused I power, advancing from one achievement I' first attracts their attention. We
. and thing that I ate '11' to have anything do are equipped to furnish special Christmas illustrations
Hope cemetery. I every or to with it. :: i 1 to another. Should any think' (for every line of
wore went up like a sky-rocket. But I| :Such pacifists they were that they I that the fervent utterances of patri- business.
;_ The girls who used to put on : I didn't organize a professor's bloc ,:ouldn't stand even the name, Defense
\ S make-up as if their fathers were'' in Congress. I knew prices would j j! Day. They didn't believe in ,I swelled head, I beg to remind him Just a word over the phone
at elbow
painter now put it on as if their corn* down. I went right on teaching j 'defense; they weren't going to fight 1 that it is beter to have a swelled I your will bring us with
; I fathers *vere plasterers. f I the boys how to lick the Germans by 1 anybody anytime, anywhere, for I head than no bead at all. The head I' proofs cuts,. layouts and copy suggestions. For newspaper"display

;Many a man relies too much upon filling them full of international I my reason. Defense Day exciting)f America i I. large, but not swelled; j I catalogue bills, cards or posters. Order your Christmas printing now.
his wishbone and law. But when the bottom droppedout 1 hem so much, I wonder what ArmisLie I it" is necessarily large to accommo-
his not enough upon of the prices of farm products, .: Day will do to them; for Armis-late the collective intelligence of ,
I the northwestern farmers, who had ..ice:i is defined aa "a brief cessation
l I the: country, the richest and the most IJ
The calendar is a success because been having the time of their lives; (>f arms by convention." It implies I progressive in the world. Far from Bradford County TelegraphPHONE

r f it is up-to-date. organized a farm bloc In Congress, I Ighting again; and all of history is 1i 1 wing afflicted with national egotism, '

threatened to turji. Bolshevic and. succession of war and peace, i we have modestly Imported our
Marry in haste and you will have voted for LaFollett. They should re- Vmercans do not want war. They i itylea from Paris, many of our na-! 2-STARKE
Sio leisure for repenting. member this. Prices in the long \ run every that is possible t.ions; of art, literature: and education -

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Tutt's Pills votes to Austin 177. Sunday in Lawtey with friends.t,t:spent the week-end here with rela-
On the constitutional amend- Mr. and Mrs.\ Q. B.. Colson Eugene tives. ,
Bits of LocalInformation menu the following vote was recorded Jr. and Robert Long, Resale Colson Jessie Moody, of LaCrosse, spent
Th_Ant .... MtonUiM th. InvaliJ.hint :
spent Sunday in Starke. Sunday evening her.
tatmwlicM r.a.e. rvcuUtlnic Amendment to Article 0) relativeto
bow;.U UK),u......or._o.,i",d ioin. taxation and James Crews who has been visiting Harris Eddy, of Waldo, spent :Sunday ::; -
against 203.Amendment. vnance-For 186; his sun) in Georgia for a while, evening"" here.
GOOD DIGESTION I returned homo this week. Malcolm Ilarrel, of. Gainesville

Concerning Our People, Basinets and '-- Duval county to-Article For 25 8, relativeto against Rifle Roberts, of Dell, was visiting spent the Wft-k-end her with friends
Progres of- the County and Town. .Iiii\ NATIONAL EDUCATION \ E KI 332. Minn Hazel l Taylor here liut Tuesday and relatives
Misses CoiuiVft'ltarrell
and Maria!
Amendment to Article 12, relativeto
The national has I Ruburn. uf Bradford, spent Sunday
government set bonds Lacy Rltrdon
by special tax school districts spent the week-end
I aside the week beginning November17th -For 01; against 203. in Jacksonville with friends. hore.Ardell

Rev. A. E. Dunham spent Tuesday of Mrs. E. L. Biggs, left Saturday that every as education one that week possibly, and can asks do j I Amendment to Suction 3, relative I Jim Godwin, of Starke -wns "at Graham, Crosby Attended, Mlns the iota b. Y.Fogg I' U.of

; in Jacksonville. for a visit in Jacksonville.Mrs. I ito|i census and apportionment tending to business here Monday. here last Sunday night
so to visit their school during this
222Amendment ,
week and I ; against{ S. V. Andrews spent Monday In I>. W. Ilazen spent Wednesday In
as your superintendent, to
T C. Poppell, Esq., of Plant City,, J. C. Wills and daughter, also appeal to you to lay tide all i to taxing of intangible Article '0, relative Palatka. Starke.C. .
[was in Starke first of this week. Mrs. E. II. Smith, left Tuesday for your cares for at least one half day For 141; against 167.UROOKER. property Misses Lclumae and Mannn An- M.: Shaw spent Friday in
Norfork, Va., where they will visit and ""Visit the school. drews spent Monday in Ahuhun.II. Gaillollvllll'

T. J. Terry, of Lawtey, was a busi- Mrs. R. B. Neal, a daughter of Mrs. The effectiveness of the schixrt3 ofa I1. Galn y spent Friday in
[ nesa visitor to Starke Tuesday. I Wills.\ Mrs. Wills will also visit rela- community depends largely upon Starko. "'"''''UU''''' ,mmc'1\IM'n ""I"" -.II..,.

tives in Louisville, Ky., and Dassel, the interest people take in them. Brooker Nov. 14.-H. P. Gainey, Mr. and !Mrs Lonnlo Morgan and COFFINS & CASKETS J

Elaine Wynn, of Hampton, spent Minn. There are likely to be better schoolsin and G.to W.Gainesville Haien were Tuesday.J. business. visitors children spent Sunday at Sampson.Mr. I And a Full Line of -
[ Sunday with Mary Brownlee.Mr. a community where patrons visit and !Mrs. L. R. Gainey and
Dean ]I. R. Trusler and daughter, the school and become acquaintedwith J. Rigdon, of Starke, was attending children spent the week-end in UJrtakn' Smppltti
little Miss Suzanne, and Hollis the teacher and learn the conditions to business here Friday Jacksonville. --
and Mrs. W. M. Wainwright Knight, of the University of Florida, under which the teacher and Miss Iris Godwin left here last AUTOMOBILE REARSR
[ spent tho past week in Jacksonville. motored to Starke to attend Armis- pupils work than where no patron Monday for Gainesville where she Guy Long pent Sunday ovenlni Always m ha.". Th. bent setat -
tice Day celebration last Tuesday. ever enters the school room. will work in Smith's store. in Stark at the home of Miss Laura <* the .....t prices Special

Mr. Yost; Ian experienced piano Dean Trusler was the speaker on Carping criticism often comes !I. E. Thomas was attending to Wynn. att..tloa to telegraph en-
j tuner has been here all week look- this occasion.Mr. from the person that never sets foot business In Jacksonville Thursday. II. P. Galr/'y, A. I.. Green, F. J. l Registered r.DcWITT .

| Ing after business. inside the school room but depends Mrs. Taylor, of Bell, spent the Ij'wis and! nun spent tho weekendut l ,

and Mrs.\ W. W. Baisdon and upon gossip for his information. week.end here with her daughters Luke City. I, C.-JONES
i ol J. L. Frazee spent first of the daughter, Mrs. Jessie :Mae Blakely, First hand information is alwaysthe !Airs Wasdin, and Bud Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. n, (5 trn%'hllrlll', ofWaldo
| week in Jacksonville attending to I Misses Addle and Rosa Baisdcn attended best.! Visit the schools next week. E. ('. Long spent last Sunday evening spent Friday cxrnlni hero, I i STARKE. FLA
[ J Icirnl business. the funeral of Mrs. Mattie Teaching Is a profession and ut tho home of :Miss" Matt Ogden A. D. Vnshy, of Jiuktunvillr.' vtTNto"tmmma1t0101at7mlDtaGET III"R'" 'uh...

I Bass, daughter of J. II. Baisdcn at many are unable to offer an suggestions in Graham. '

1 Revival meetings are going on this Kenansville last Sunday. They to the teacher, but your presence E. T, Stewart and __family: i __ spent. '- .
week and next week nb the Baptist (j traveled by automobile returning will be a great stimulant.The '
[ ciiiin'h.Mrs., i home Monday afCe'rnoon. following reason arc why you YOUR MONEY PROMPTLYINMAN

I should visit the schools.
L. W. Kickliter spent last Miss Aileen Alvarez Is spending 1. To keep in touch with work of & RITCH
'f week! with her granddaughter, Mis. I the week in Tallahassee with her sister your children fENT-A-tVORDi REI'IiI SENT' T1IK UKST: U:AIHNn

Altrtd Wilkerson, of Pulatka. Mrs R. E. RhoiTes. 2. To encourage; the teacher. ( INSMJANOCOMPANIES.; ) TIKE,

3. To get first hand information ACCIDENT LIKE, Al'TOMOlMLK.HONDS. .
Ito Bnn-un, of the U. of F., spent Mr. and Mrs J. L. Peek Mrs. J. II. about, the work of the schools LIABILITY
Ritch. Mrs. E. K.
Sunday here with his sister, Mrs. J Perryman, and 4. To show your willingness to ADJUSTMENTS
E. Mulilleton
went Green
E I'"rpening. to cooperate with the administration of tOH NT-l\1odern house with 7
Cove Springs Thursday to attend a .. -- --
the school. rooms, both and stooping porch. I.j
I federation meeting of Section Rive
5. For the moral effect It will H.l'artrklge. tf.FOU .
Wins Pearl Tntum, of DoLand, was of the Woman's Clubs. r. _+ -- :',:'
the attractive guest this week of have on the pupils to know that pa- -
Mi E. I I.. Biggs. I -: ;; rents and teachers are. pulling\\ together SAI.K--50 bowels, good corn.S. SASH BRICK LIME
Mitts Alice Thucin and Miss Lucile in their training and disci. J. Norman, Telephone Linn L LUMBER
| Mitchell went to Rustis yesterday to I pane 2, Starke. NO'j DOORS CEMENT
:MiFree Wynn, of Hampton, was
I visit Miss Tharln's sister! Mrs Dan tV To aid In developing a real ; BUILDERS HARDWARE
11 weekend! guest of Miss Fannie Varden.i FOR SALE WakolU-ld; caGIT e
Darby -- school. spirit in the community. plants. $2.25 per 1000 J. C. Keen, I SHERWIN-. Everything
i Yours for visiting the schools next '
Col. I). E. Knight spent several week. _Hampton : ? ___ __ It WILLIAMS for .
Miss Eva Williams, of Hampton, II. B. WIGGINS. ...
( days thIs week in Jasper and Tallahassee PAINT. Building
County Superintendent. 1200 pound mules
spent Saturday with her cousin, j I ..
Miss Myrtle Reddish on professional business. in good condition: Tough and KYANIZE, .nd\ I
TIm STATESMANThe : ready for rough heavy work.-For VARNISHES V" V K.pairing

M>h. William Butler, of North Mr. and Mrs. D.o Moseley anti statesman throws, his shoulders Solo cheap if taken tit once E. W. CONSUMERS LUMBER COMPANY

Branch, Mali., is a guest at the home I j !daughter, of Delray, are stopping back and straightens out his tie, Hayes. tl-7-tf t
Hotel Marion Mr. Moseley :s con- And says, "My friends, unless it
of Mr "ndlrs.: John Uglow. FOR SALE-20-acre farm in the STARKE, FLORIDA
nected with the Pecan Orchards Co., rains the weather will be dry"
I famous Water Oak section of
a newly organized corporation for And when thin thought into our
yr. and :Mrs F. II. Long and chil- Bradford County and 75 to 100
developing and
seling pecan orchards bruiiiH has percolated throughWe
dren are spending a month at in this section.MAC'CLENNY. common I'el.lllie'nod our headsand head of good stock cuttle. Place ill .
Peek Place on Klngeley Lake. right on tine graded road now under
loudly try ]low true.1fBurglars

Kirk, Lewis is again with the the1 : WOMAN ISACCIDETALLY get caught because! they stntvroad construction at Lawtuy.to connect No better with 120-Mile Wind Sweeps Gulf Coast.

graph force, and his friend 91101'Mrs. cannot hold conventions and, study'* land In Florida Planted in short

glad to welcome !him!. back to : Albert Kirklund Wounded In the latest methods. Cotton and strawberries next year Millions of dollars damage done in a few hour

Foot. I I farm will easily pay for itself. time. Is protected against tornadoes ,
curl Johns, of Gainesville; (I RESULTS: OK TUESDAY'S Will sell for reasonable cash your property

_Saturday and Sunday with his pa'l Macclenny. Nov. 1,-While dressing I E.NKU\L: ELECTION ment. Balance easy terms. E.pay-I and wind storms? Rates 40c per hundred a year

rents. Mi. and Mrs. S. R. Johns. her baby shortly after noon yesterday Matthews, Starke, Flu. .
: :! $1.00 three Insure in the Hartford.
-' Mrs. Albert Kirkland, ago Eu'rym..ndm..nt Voted Down In : years.
:Mi\ and l Mrs. P. !M. Barefoot and I 128, of Macclenny was shot in the Bradford (;"ulltyl.Ight'ole FO SALE Humphries' Mole

daughters! Juan itu and Miss, Inez foot when an .automatic rifle j Cast Crickets "Puppy Dog" Cut & CO.
Alu'iiiuthj arc Uniting relatives In Was accidentally knocked down in an < The Worm Destroyer. It protects your
Plant CIty and Nicholas.: I adjoining room and a bullet explod- j I county canvassing board) met9att.rday garden large or Hinull. Especially
at tile courthouse and
ed. I recommended to Seed ned grow .
wassail the returns from the
A girl was sweeping in the adjoining ers. Wonderful results obtained
(t'npt> and Mrs. S. A. Bryan have
I I election of Tuesday, Nov. 4th. The
within 48 hour. Price
The broom I cartoons
room. std uck the !
moved! t to Baldwin, the change being vote was less than half the '..
voting .
ncc-. mi account of Capt. rifle. It fell to the floor. The bullet only: 6 pounds $1.00; 10 pounds -
Hi win'business.aii exploded, tore through tho wall arrfl( strength of the county, the total vote $1.80; 25/ pounds $1.00; r.o f pounds I I :
entered Mrs. Kirkland's right foot.8uf'f..rinIC ( received by any one candidate not $7.50; 100 pounds 'I 100. C"Hh I

Mi', and Mrs. Oscar Alvarez and intense pain from the reaching six hundred. The two offices with order. J. II. HUMPHRIES.:
swollen securing the heaviest vote! were P. 0. Box 187, Jacksonville, Flu. i iI ii
foot, Mrs. Kirkland.was hurried -
sun, .1. li i., of Jacksonville, motor.jhl'rl' I the nominees for governor:.aml state 1021tf. Starke Merchants
to Jacksonville from -
Armistice \Day and were guests railroad commission I
and was admitted to St. Luke's Hospital I I I Ii I I
| ot' her mother, :Mrs Lalla Chace. I The five FOR ALE-one of the hunt'4u-uure
I at r 5 ,, ..lock yesterday after constltylonalamendments i I
submitted to the ejectors farms in the great Water Oak sec
The ii.uluiK' circle of the !Methujdist noon. said Her, i is condition much batter today, physicians were defeated, the amendment relating Gun of Bradford County, only n Deserve YourPatronage

missionary, society will meet ----4--._ to Duval county receiving 25 quarter of a mile off uf fine gra'l- i I i
next :Mondii.v! afternoon at 3'W: at ARMISTICE U.\Y OIJSlm\"Ell for to 3'J2: against, while the majority ed road now under construction to
Ithc home IIf'Ml's.. J. W. While. WI1'11I'I'IWi'IU.TB EXERCISESDr. : against the amendment exemptIng connect with the elate road! at i I

incomes from taxation by the Lawtvy. Thirty acres or more under I
-rr. and Mrs. Robert Daniels of : 1 Truilvr Dean of Law School, state was only 22. cultivation. Practically no I

fb'arasota. will return home today Gainesville, Speaker of the Pny. For presidential electors J. Leo waste land on the place. Next year

sifter :spending several days with her Under the auspii'ius of the American Anderson led the group with 68!) this. land will easily produce a bale
mother, Mr- Josephine Edwards. Legion, appropriate ceremonies votes; D. W. Berry 531; John Q. of short cotton to the acre. No bet- ,

commemorating Armistic Day were Hanshuw 538'!; Marvin C. Mcintosh ter strawberry or trucking land In I

:Mand Mrs. II. L. Brownlee, Mrs. held Tuesday at four p. m., at the M7V.; B. Myers 528; J. H. Pledger Florida Reasonable cash paymentand II
W..1. Epperson, Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Woman's Club with Dr. II. R. Trus 23.: On the Republican vote Anna E. easy tefhiH. E. S. Matthews, II I

I.imbuugh and son, Tom, motored to ler, Dean of Law School of the University Allen and F. F. Bingham tied for I Starke, Fin. 10-1-:
Jacksonville Friday and spent the of I Florida as speaker of the high place with VI votes while Jennie ; lav: B. Brandenburg was low, with 80
per gallon for FORD C'A ItS, when
day.The Williams Stock Company Orchestra votes. The presidential electors for equipped with TIIEIISUSTATiCCARHURETER : I No matter how a merchant be !
Mia--", Ins Epperson! who is a student with !Mr. Lee Allen as director the three remaining parties on the I eager may
in the Woman's College, TaJ!..- favored the audience with ballot received a very light vote, AUTOMATICALLY: CONTROL gives, which tho II I to offer the best of merchandise and the I
has iee. was a weekend guest of her ranging from (0 for Charolotte R.
several Inspiring selections, which
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperpon were heartily encored by the appreciative Coffin to 17 votes for the high man, get right 100 mixture per cent of t'fllciency.GUM and AIR If your to I best of service at the fairest of prices he I
P. Martin.
listeners. ; motor is in good condition you can cannot maintain his stock and services with-
Mayor Peek made a short introd ic- The results as announced *iy the get 28 to 33: miles, continuous driving -
Mr and :Mrs. George C. White tory address suitable to the occasion, canvassing board on the remainder per gallon gasoline makes I out the loyal support of the people of his
(ent to Tallahassee Saturday to at- I and called on Rev. II. A. Tucker, pas- of the ballot are as follows: starting easy. The General Motors ,

.end the Centennial Celebration and tor of the Presbyterian church, to For representative in congress have purchased the right to use I community. I II
' Iso to visit relatives and attend to Do.-Vitt : R. A. Green 653; H. O. Brown 88. this Automatic Control on all f
usmessi For governor-John W. Martin their
cars, the Cadillac now has it
,audience heartily sang "America," 582; W. K. O'Neal 61. as a part of their regular equip- Starke is fortunate in its progressive dependable i
It Rrown and daughters, iris I 1.which was followed by a fine voice For secretary of state-II. Clay ment. We want agents In I
every and all of
lind Louise, and Charles Strand- I :number by :Mr. Victor Carneas, of Crawford 657; W. C. Lawson 4-1. town in Florida, you can make merchants. us

,erg motored to Jacksonville Friday I''the Williams Stock Company. Mr. For attorney lI'meral-IUvers Bu- more money than you have ever need to have such merchants near at hand.
itnd were guests of Mr. and Mrs.' C. 'Carneas was enthusiastically encor- ford 546; E. B. Kurtz 61. dreamed of. Every Ford owner will

Strandberg.Rev. I'ed. For comptroller- Ernest Amos have his car equipped with this By buying at home you help them to give
In a few well chosen words!!, Mayor 664; M. M. Owens C6. Control Inside the next year H. II.
L. W. Kickliter was In Palat- Peek introduced Dr. Trusler who For Treuurer-J. C. Luning 633; ,YOUNG &: CO. State Distributors, better and better service. Give them the
i Tuesday to attend the unveiling !I made a masterly address treating of B. G. Smith 72. STARKE, FLORIDA. I.tt.
.' the monument to the heroes Clf} 1 the past, present and future of For state superintendent. S. support they deserve and buy at home

B881-1865, which look place on the American citizenship, especially I Cawthon 642; Ida M. Oberlin 61.
jourt house square, and was part ofhe :from the view point of the World Commissioner of Agriculture FOR SALE whenever possible. I
Armistice Day program. War. Dr. Trusler's address found Nathan Mayo 626; J. L. Skipper 63.
I such a warm response in the hearts I Justice of supreme court (2)- II
[ Through an error last week in the i it of his audience that at its close Rev. Glenn Terrell 471; J. B. Whitfield 6 hp. International

recently elected U. D. C. officers, t II H.:] A. Tucker made a motion that the 460; Fred Cubberly 70; W. :M. Gober I
e name of Mrs. L. A. Davie first J address be published in the Telegraph 61. Kerosene or Gasoline ,

ice president, was omitted. }lrs. L. I and also in the TimesUnion.The Railroad] commissioners (2)-E. S. I

PoweU is second vice president. i ; motion was unanimously carried. Matthews 599; A. S. Wells 489; Engine i I II
11f James T. Hodges 52; 1. O. Price 41.

f H. H. Hume, of Jacksonville, was |i '"America The Beautiful" wasnansf The Democratic nominees for On account of installing electric I
visitor tor Stark Wednesday, havg | by a ladies chorus, after which' state senator, Ifith senatorial district motors we have for sale one 6 horsepower BANK OF STARKEThe l
been invited to speak at the IWoman' 1 Rev. Tucker pronounced the bene- I and members of house of representatives -I! International engine, heavy
Club. While here :Mr. diction.To from Bradford county had duty: horizontal type magneto
ume was the guest of Cel and Mrs. '| Mr. J. E. Corpenlng service no opposition. lit the realm of county equipped; Rums either kerosene or I Bank of Helpful Service

'. Z. Adkins. .1 officer\ in the American Legion, and officers the same bolds good with the gasoline. Use slightly over one year. !
:Mrs. D. E. Knight, chairman of exception of constable for justice )! N'orr| .Ti :part- an-* fn nod ronnHueonHitlon.
*\ Mrs. W. W. Bartow- and little i:music is due a vote of thanks for district No. 2. Jacob J. Johns, the Can bot seen running. Oill ,

nughtor, Betty Jane, of WiJmlngn i ranging this especially fine ar-j! Democratic nominee, was opposed by at the Bradford County Telegraph: ; 1 I I .

Del., who have been the guests |I I Ice Day program. Hans Austin, Johns receiving 219: Starke. ,!'o' _..;..



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, SOAK IRISH POTATO e. e e. e. e e e.



{ FARMERS and FARMING e . e s e S
13y treating Irish potato seed with ,
a |la l-to-1000 solution of corrosive sublimate MOD Lake-Citrus coloring; is fine;
CONT"RI8 : such diseases as scab and shipping season will be in full swing .After every meal

7 FARMERS AND TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO E I black scurf can be controlled.A i approved by soon; fruits show excellent quality

1 ,i ARTICLES OK' FARM EXPERIENCES AND METHODS: FOUND 1-to-1000 solution of corrosive A this season. Montverde Industrial A pleasantand

r I TO BE UEST SUITED TO OUR COUNTY sublimate can be made by dissolving -,l I Gi School is planting bananas throughaid agreeable
a + rnmCJI \ sweet and a
4 ounces of the crystals of this of county agent; boys will care
.. ,._.,_ lastlngbenellt
----- -- --- --- for under direction of
------ -- -----' --- -- ----- plants agent
in 30 gallons of water. This
addition the poison
to use
WHAT ARK GOOD; SEED t (jO\ERNMENr: CROP ESTIMATEFOR : i should be made in a wooden container I there are numerous other practices und club boys in school. well.

POTATOES I"LUIUU.UECEl'iED IIERF such as a barrel. which tend to reduce the boll weevil Ilillsborough and Good lor '
For best results the tubers shouldbe I Injury to cotton Even wh,-n poisonIhK grape. teeth breath
i By L. O. Graft Assistant Plant Pathologist fruit are beginning to move to market
Latest crop estimates on cabbage, treated before they are cut or Is practiced the mo"t thorough from here.Seminole'Much. and digestion. \ h

snap beans, celery, lettuce and toma- sprouted several days before plant-:j,: attention should be given to the In. !Make the
William Stuart, horticulturist of toes, for Florida and other competitive ing. The unsprouted seed should be I direct means of control. 11.11(0' they re- interest I is being next cigar
the United States Department of I 4uce the amount of poisoning which
/ Southern states were receivedby soaked two hours and dried Immedi- shown here in commercial raising of taste better.
Agriculture, whose work ia to im- '' might be necessary and Increase the
State ately after treatment. If
the Florida Marketing Bureau drying con- bulbs.
prove the potato, defines good seed According to Commissioner L. ditions are not good they should be I j profit which may biciiituined< .
potatoes as "stock that is pure with I One of the most important steps to Baker Cotton ,
Y'' M. Rhodes, of the market bureau, rinsed with fresh water as soon as1, considering everything
I. respect: to the variety; that has been more inquiries for cabbage acreage they are taken out of the solution. ward reducing the wo,'\H ''nOstatlon did well here this year; more
produced by healthy, vigorous, Is the destruction of the cotton plants than half in June for
than any other crops have been received Avoid piling the potatoes up or exposing was treated
;: heavy-yielding plants grown under at the bureau. The information them to the hot sun. In the early fall before the weevil boll weevil control; most has been 4 .
have hibernated. To bi of the greatest
favorable climatic conditions j that is If the tubers sold and brought farmers good -
received in answer to his inquiry are sprouted they value the plants must be plowed
..J: somewhat immature, reasonably uniform from the United States Departmentof should be soaked only from 30 to 45 under deeply before the first killing prices.
.f( in size and shape, und firm und Agriculture Washington, is in minutes then removed, rinsed and frost: L 14aAtI

: Bound, with the first sprouts beirin- great demand the truck farmers dried quickly, according to G. F. Madison-Farm exhibits of all
It has been pointed out In previous
kinds increased this for
"'". ing to develop at planting of the state, who wish to esti- Weber, associate plant pathologistof article that Immature stages of the year
Florida both our fair and for State ,
This is what the county
grower the Florida "sPRICE
mate the amount of truck to be expected Experiment Station. weevils may survive the frosts and
: must plant if he is to continue profitable from the acreage devoted to The solution decreases in strength cause a continuous development of I Fair; hog exhibit will be more than I +

:. c- potato growing. trucking, before they plant. with use and consequently will require -I J weevils throughout the winter. This doubled, and 90 percent of these will r

How can he obtain such seed Florida intends to plant 5,61( addition of more of the chemi- may be checked completely by the destruction belong to club boys. SA1S PAID

f t. stock? Certainly not by buying "just I acres in cabbage in 11)23; accordingto I cal. This may be corrected by adding of the stalks I 1---- stand now BY U. S. TOO HIGH
potatoes." I'otatoes bought blindly the 1-2 ounce of the corrosive sublimate In some districts where It is Impossible low
report, there is an increase of only in very places; in many I
f;: are usually not pure as to variety. 7,<>50 acres of snap beans planted for every five bushels of seed treat- to practice fall destructionof places truckers have already started Admiral Mayo Cruises Washington

There is no assurance that they were this fall in Florida. Commercial ed, keeping the water level constant, stalks, somewhat the same results plowing fields where high waters Arms Conference Results.
produced by healthy, vigorous, heavy provided the seed are soaked for two may be obtained by grazing the I
of celery for had destroyed fall
contemplated early
acreage field with cattle, sheep or goats. ESc- crops.
Chicago. The United States
yielding plants, oven though their hours. If soaked for only 30 minutes I
11)23) ; ,
'. is 5,200 acres, a five per cent In- ports declare there Is no danger to
general be perfect. use only 1-8 Walton We have enormous ,.rice to bring the
appearance may crease. There will be a slight increase ounce of corrosive sublimate the stock from poisoning as there very i just closed one
They were never intended for scud, of the best fairs ever held in this I Washington c ference to a successful -
in lettuce in 1123* ; 3,700 acres rarely Is poison on the plant at that '
purposes. Uniformity of sizo and as compared with 3,100) In 1021./ The The solution can be used: as longas time' of the y ar tin,! the atnooat of! part; exhibits were excellent. Our conclusion, 'aid Rear Admiral H.

Hhnpe does not guarantee diaeaso- commercial acreage of tomatoes intended it remains clear, usually for sevenor the plants immediately after an application farmers are proud they live in Wal- T. Mayo, retired, In an address pre-

free stock. to be planted on the East eight treatments. Wetting the potatoes will not injure the stock.It ton and went home from the fair to pared for delivery before the Chicago -

'".' All seed potato-producing states Coast south district of Florida for for from 12 to 2 i hours before Is often possible to reduce considerably make their farms better, and they Association of Commerce."We .

are following some definite plan of the' 1U25! season is 12,880, a decrease treatment will make the disin- the spring! Infestation by I are already planning for future surrender command of the
improvement. The fields. to be used of approximately 2,000 acres as fection more effective. proper winter clean-up measures fairs. Our motto still is, "Watch Western Pacific to Japan, which is

for seed must be planted with practically compared with 1U2I. :The corrosive sublimate solution ii around the fields. Since the weevils I Walton Win." now in absolute military command ..

incuse-free stock. They are colorless, odorless and tasteless, but ,, will hlberante successfully in any in those waters, able to take posses-
carefully watched during the grow- Commissioner Rhodes in comment- is deadly poisonous, and may be trash or rubbish It Is a good! practiceto Marion Our moving picture sion of Guam, where we undoubtedly

c'r ing season by men familiar with ing on the government's figures easily mistaken for water; extra burn over or clean up around the shows continue to draw crowds and should have a strong naval base

'; vine diseases, who make accurate said: precautions, therefore, should be cotton field during the winter, we are able to get over messages In and the Philippine Islands: whenever

estimates of the actual amount of "The Northern supply of cabbage taken on this account. Potatoes that especially the farce rows and ditch this way in fine shape. such action seems advisable to her."

disease present. The growers are informed shows an increase, New York which have been treated should not be used banks. I. I he said. -
early of the condition of last year shipped nearly two-thirds for food for either man or beast.IF Much can be accomplished by the Hamilton-Two outbreaks of hog "Friendship between nations Is
nltailnatlon of hibernation tpiu Imtn, I cholera this week were reported but
of the Into tars this ,
their fields. They are taught which year shows an governed: by self-interest. Jealousyof
especially along the northerly have succeeded
in them
.' f of the plants are diseased, and are increase of 40 per cent in productionwith RUST MITES GIVE portions of the weevil cone, the moat out.we stamping our wealth and prosperity Is the .5\

instructed to remove them in orderto fine quality. Wisconsin has TROUBLE, SPRAY THEM successful hibernation IB largely confined prevailing feeling of other nations ] '

prevent further infection by insects nearly 20 per cent less cabbage than WJTII LIME-SULI'IIL'R to the timbered areas, and as a Okaloosa-Cotton acreage was 15 toward us. Most of them owe U3 ..'

h and other carriers of the ors last year. In the south the frost of result serious weevil Injury Is erperK per cent less this year than last, I money and would be very glad to
s ganising which cause the diseases. A January 6th nearly cleaned out the Rust mites are still appearing in enced only In the tilde adjoining such while ginning reports indicate a pro- I concoct some scheme whereby their

later field inspection or two is made growing crops in Alabama, Mississippi some groves, and recent observations timber. Under such conditions It Ii duction five times greater this year. debt to us might be canceled or re
to ascertain if the diseased plants and South Carolina. Florida at the Florida Experiment Station of the utmost importance to plan all pudiated."

have been removed and if there has and Texas were left comparatively have found them to be colonizingvery clearing operations so that the open Orange-Citrus is coloring up "We sacrificed in the World War
been further disease development. If uninjured. South Carolina for instance strongly, so that an outbreak areas for ctiltlvalon are consolidated fine and is in excellent condition
than all the other
Into as large tracts as possible, thus more nations com-
i the percentage of diseased plants at had practically no movement may occur at any time especially on Increasing the amount of land which Parson Drowns ready to move and bined;" he continued "and deliber- \

these Held inspections Is greater from February 1 to April 15 during fruit from June bloom. )'I sufficiently distant from Umber to pineaplles will soon be ready. ately placed ourselves in a position

than the standard set (always a which period most of the Florida' An outbreak is especially dangerous suffer a minimum amount of weevil of inferiority in respects. It is
low percentage) by the bureau of crop moved, and except for the few at this time as many growers Injury. Lee-Farmers generally are feeling many
I simply murder to send hastily and
seed early Florida's are not in the habit of for good in spite of the stormy con- !'
Improvement, such fields are crops seasons was a looking Further Information on the subject untrained men into modern warfareeven
declared unfit for seed purposes. good one. While figures for the other the mites at this season and are apt of boll weevil control may be obtained ditions just past truck crops that if they provided with the

I Most of the destructive diseases Southern states are not available it to be caught napping. So the grove from the county agent, state college ofpgrlculture were lost were on poorly drained latest in are and all modern
are detected during these field in- Is evident that if normal crops be should be looked over at once and if or the National Boll Wee- land; damage to citrus does not run weapons ap I
I '. ifpectlons. Among them, and probably planted in Alabama, Mississippi and the mites are common, sulphur in vii Control Association, Room UO higher than 25 per cent. "Our country never has been, is 1 j!,
the South Carolina, and only in some form should be Whitney building, New Orleans La.
\ most Injurious, are the degen- a supply applied. Manatee-Fruit Is coloring and not now and never will be under any
erative vine diseases such Florida and Texas equal to lastspring's The form most used in the past '
-' as spindle RELEASE No. 11: ripening rapidly; some fall 1 vege- militarism that will menace the liberties t
tuber, mosaic and leaf-roll. These i crop, there would be no increase I has been the lime-sulphur solution. tables are beginning to move to mar- of the country. Our army is '
;\ are very evident in the field, but in new cabbage which would Use it at tho rate of 1 gallon of the Reduce the acreage and Increase ket. practically disarmed today-reduced '

cannot bo picked out in the bin. According have to compete with considerably concentrated lime-sulphur solutionto the per acre yield is one way to beat almost to a force sufficient only to

; to Bulletin 310 of the Maine increased northern holdings in the 75 gallons of water. Another the boll weevil. Liberty Distributed to farmers be a police force for
our possessionsbut
Agricultural Experiment Station, it spring of H/25. Usually, a good year method that has given good results this week 500 pounds of carbon bi- we have not other nations
has been experimentally determined in the South and especially in any this year in the dusting of the trees "We can if we will-we WILL control sulphidebought cooperatively at reducing their armies.seen"

t that in Maine these three diseases state will mean a following year of with powdered sulphur with which the weevil" by applying methods great saving to them-with which to

+ alone aro responsible for a gross loss increased acreage," Commissioner has been combined an, equal weight pf control approved by state and government fumigate corn for weevil control. SUBSCRIBE TO THE TELEGRAPH

in yield of 10 per cent; or for every Rhodes concluded, of thoroly air-slaked lime. I experts.:

to; acres planted I 5 acres are a total The complete report as received by IT USUALLY IS RUINED EYES
Florida is the fairest. The boll weevil collects the profits Eena, lUeena, Minnh, Mo-
]loss because of spindle tuber mosaic the Florida bureau Is follows
as : on the cotton crops where proper Catch the radio neglect ; they get red and sore and \
song on
And leaf-roll. The plants themselvesmay Cabbage: Commercial acreage intended The bruised fruit or vegetable methods of control are not applied If it's squeaky don't let ; you let them go. Don't do it.
still be there giving the field a to be planted in Florida for hasn't chance. go. Leonardi's Golden Eye Lotion cures
a I Tune it in little
perfect stand. However, the decrease 1025! is 0,510 acres compared to 4- More cotton to the acre, not more a soreness without pain in one day ,
in yield is so uniformly scatteredover 020 acres in 1021\ and Control rust mites Cools heals and strengthens: Insiston
2,050 acres in by sprayingwith acres! to cotton, and weevil control Happiness has to be cranked, having
the entire field that even a 1023. This la an increase of 12 per limesulphur.For will put money in the bank 1W while trouble has a self.starter. strong eyes. "Leonardis"-it At all druggists.T makes- w.tMB
heavy loss may not be evident to the cent over the crop of 1024. In Texas farmer t

f grower the acreage is estimated at 12,510 more eggs, breed better, cull co-c __

4; Potatoes! harvested from those compared to 10,170 acres in 1921 and better, feed better "Do it right or not at alt" -, 3.t 3Oft t.t.M9 ? "91i..!.!+t..*318. DttKilgore's ,... ,

Ii fields which have not been disqualified 4,410 in 1023. This is an increase in' A boll weevil control authorities. & .. ,
; are again observed in the bin, Texas of 23 per cent. community good necessity. newspaper is a I:J Bred Right !

or at shipping time, or both. They Snap Beans '"We drove the automobiles out of
: Acreage to be
are Inspected for tuber diseases, uniformity planted to snap beans in the fall of Spend a day or two at your com- the Delta," said the boll weevils, "and .
of size and shape cuts and we can drive the farmers oft the firm I ;
1021 in Florida 7,650 compared to munity and county fairs. SEEDPOTATOES'
i bruises und If they don't stop us soon.
appearance in general. 7,080 in 1SJ2J and 4,440 in 1922,
If The'soil on a good farm better .
they conform with the standardnow Louisanu shows decrease gets .
the official state tag is placedon South a of 50 ; every year. Is yours a good Save your money by aeMnc vow' .. ,
acres Carolina
an increase of1.J0 farm? cotton from the boU wee ril.
each container. This is a guarantee acres and Texas an increase of '..., -- -. .;'
that the condition of the fields. -----
00 acres over fall plantings of 1023. Fretting is like a rocking chair Weevil control will help farmers

was observed throughout the entire Celery: Commercial acreage planted you can do a great deal of agitating who help themselves by using the ..
1 season, or for several seasons, that in Florida for season of 1923 in In It without getting anywhere-Ex. methods approved by THEIR aspects. .
the tubers
are practically disease- celery is
acres compared to ,..
free, and, therefore, are lit for seed 4,000 in 1921 and 3,200 in 1023/ or an Nothing will take the various social Tests and experiments:: by experts .

potatoes- increase of I 5) per cent over 1021 in distempers-which the city and prove that it pays to apply cultural ; .
: Jepeat.'tI inspections or every Florida irtlicial life breed--out of a man methods of boll weevil control under
S: plant in the field and the removal of Tomatoes: Commercial acreage of like farming, like direct and loving all conditions and calcium arsenate t \ KlLGOR

the diseased plants: and tubers several tomatoes Intended to be planted contact with the soil. It draws out In dust from where the soil will yield .

1, times during the season makes East Coast South district of Florida on the; poison. It humbles him, and .. much as one third'. of .a bale to the Fn'r .

peed potatoes more expensive. No for the season: of 1023 12,880 acres teaches him patience and reverence. acre. f T"

breeder of cattle would start his compared to 14.980 acres in 1021 and -John Burroughs ,., v t
herd with animals other than those Farmers should help their cotton
.j which have good records back of 15,000 acres in 1923. Preliminary Boxes of Florida fruit sweets- crop to early frnltln and maturity\ : BKRf1)
estimate of
I .to
commercial hal .
acreage before the boll weevils have a !
them. No potato grower In Floridacan Southern Texas oranges and grapefruit, for \
for fall them
of 1021 instance make chance to destroy by planting
afford to start probably his only shows. 1,410 acres compared to 1- excellent and acceptable elected seed and applying iatezurtrecultivation. ,.
crop for the year with anything but 120: acres in fall of 102J and 600 in gifts. t 'l'! l ,
the best of seed stock. It would
seem 1922.
false economy to xulTer a 10-per cent Lettuce: Florida Iin Pruned fall and of winter Itsddnnd the dying wood Applications of calcium arsenate la .. U .Jy.g'f.S! ()
will show a fruit tree hasa .
l or more, rather than pay evena slight increase better chance dust form should be made on cotton .., '- ..1 .
in lettuce to
injurous .
dollar a bag more, or live dollars for 1025 being 3,700 acreage diseases escape when 10 per cent of the squares hare 4....... .i,........ .'
an acre more for better seed. An increase compared to been punctured by boll weevils. ?*Ton --.r

in yield of only a barrel or 3.4PO in 1024, and 3, 780 in 1023. Im- Give the farm-tolls and machinery five U seven pound of poison shouldbe ..

h t,; two of marketable potatoes would perial Valley of California also shelter through the winter. used to the acre and the appMen :
shows an Increase acreage being 20- Maybe tion should be repeated two or three .
,J amply the
repay grower for the they; need
ex fresh
tra cost. 000 compared to 18,000 in 1021! Arizona ia a coat of paint; now times at four and five day Intervals. t PACKED IN loo.LD. CRATES .
a good time to
5 What shall the Florida however, drops 400 acres under apply it. BETTER SEED POTATOES
t grower last season 1023 estimated Other have proved that boll weevil i
440 Sweet
buy? "Seed potatoes which I know potatoes dug before frost
r' .' have been produced by healthy, vigorous I acres. Texas will have about 730 kills the vines will keep much better. control pays Prove it yourself ty THE BEST SEED IS THE CHEAPEST IN THE END
methods and cheek
and heavy-yielding acres compared to 670 in 1024.: Dig on sunshiny days and let the using government ; KJgore's Bred Right seed i
plants, potatoes the result 0,1 a small tract where eon- potato give double the yied of ordinary
; lie should answer. Under the present "EATS" FIRE BUT LIVES dry well before storing. trol measures are not oie
system the guarantee of such seed Don't let the land leach wash ; type. Parent stock right, grown harvested and stored right. Double ..
stock is tho official state certification / Dayton Ohio or Boll weevils go Into winter quarters graded. Write; for further information and
Oct. 31. Robert away in winter. Grow cover prices. Early or late ship ;
, tag found on all packages containing crop; before frost occurs Reduce the number
Broetch IB '
"Bosco ments.
was the fire eat- keep hilly land In
I permanent sod; the + ;
them. i by burning rub and burying
log marvel"
I j night for a few till gullies with brush
: provide proper stalks a* soon .. the crop Is gathered. "
God hiH! des, ladies who canI I minutes. Today he is a badly burned drainage.Of KILGORE SEED COMPANY i

keep a man from feeling embarrassed (!| boy, thankful that his stunt didn't Apply calcium arsenate In drat form
cost him his life. all things from which PLANT CITY FLORIDA
when he is shopping for his wife. Last night Bruetch any gains to boll weevil iafssted cotton when the ,

" Habitual Constipation Cured I II gathered with his his mouth"gang"full around of !gasoline him and, than obtained agriculture there, is nothing nothing more better pro air ably and at night.the plants are motst. perfw MD I'Ft"3.4+l h i.d.t.a.4O d sy3 y1t"s,19 ,g1y11 3..:

In 14 to 21 Days I touched a lighted match to his lips. ductive, nothing sweeter, nothing --

;4,(; "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a speciallypreparedSyrupTomcLnxatlveforHabitual- There was a slight explosion. He more worthy of man or one who is Ask your couty agent or write theatate "COULD BETTER FESTILIZER BE MADE WE WOULD HAKE IT"

Constipation It relieves promptly and was rushed to a hospital where he is free.-Cicero. college of agricnlrnr-- I.'\" National 1817 lith Pilotut ol the aid\ nlUbl. t IMON PITHS" andCCM -
] _
: should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days I I today, severly burned about the face, Boll \Veevtl Control .lseodatloa. r.4r. eie.....at.. PALL PRICES: 8u....4 ./ OOALITT I.. tat BBANXW
Opportunity put
l.rtr .AN
to Induce regular/ action. It Stimulate*and hands and mouth. Physicians marveled man's knocked at the business Room ISO Whitney bm1 Keuulaies. Very Pleasant to Take. (Wo that the explosion didn't blow door. "You cnn't see 'MUIS. La. abwnt methods o: ftol:! wctfl <>. a. AYA .i get pricn tNSCCTICIOBS.: 8FB ATBH3. DU8TBB8 u4 DUST. re
him. said
per tattle his' head off. the office boy, "He's in control
'inference" E .0. P.i.let Fertilizer C. Ji.clioi.Till, Fh

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.... i Inman says Nome began to build !I to the eomiuninant bill uf complnint' Stud

L his ark 'before the rain started! hvri-ln at di,. Court Do... at Stark,. Hi,.nil I.I I.
ARE fnnl County. Klurfila. on or befnn" Momlnv
t iI _____ I I I I lb.Ilrvt clay of IVcrmbcr" 184 ; and It u
I 0 further. anlrrvd I that the 0...... bo t>uhlnhcilonco
Lady wt bnrghin l'uuntl'r--b
my it week for four eonaeviitlva wrvkH in
face dirty, or is it my illumination ? tho Ij'sI' f..nl ('(Minty T.I..PIl. a n.....'...
per bll.h..1 ni Stark, In Bradford Couuttr .
HiMiperkvil) l bundle
rSPI\\ I UncleJohn :J i know about your imaginittioti but Wilt>,.. my hand. and tha seal of aald. Cu,

your free !< clean.STAY cult"Hi.ruin/ .Court. thin, nt OcUibtr Stark.. lath In Bradford l X4. County.

-_ 1l! H ERE SNEP! .- O. W ALDERMAN.
I :\-1) neighbor drives a limousine i Seal I Clerk Circuit Court.
OH MICKEY, FIE E E0. an' fussi with his liver,- r II. Rt.ua.: Jr..

\ I he fln.ls. it mighty hard to keen shows of health itself in strength lines in the ant face energy ., -Solicitor-- for '..'nlI.ln.nt31.- lo I \1-2S

I in trim lie mebbe doesn't realize flabby! flesh and lack of muscular Rn'iitMi' :'irn10NI.

that, in my little Rivver1 I Iwoul.ln't activity. In Circuit' Court. *th Jtillcinl itoul ufrlurlda
I LEONARDT'S ELIXIR FOR In and for Bradford County In
HONES T Aw think of swappin' lots rimnevryCharlM .
WHA'TCHA THE BLOOD build health, Furman
with him. Of (course ho' gut I Bill to tarn-
GOODNESS { = --ice strength and energy. It keeps the v I M..otI -
WANTA TELL : his velvet an' his fancy rubber flesh hard and firm the eyes clear \Vllllam al. Reynolds .t al I Vaae. e<.'

tires which he ftggers that he and It color in I It appvnrlnu. liv the affidavit' of the attorney
bright. puts the fur ii,. onmnlnlnnnt aiipendnl to th. bill
couMn't live without,-but I enJoy cheeks: a kparklo in the eye and i>f ootnplalnt. IM In the .,.. untltledi
flesh on the body. It is the ideal nun, Hint It I In the, "bellrf of affiant that
the trimmin's that a healthyyap \ Hi,. ,1.. f..miaul. CY.. Hm.lnnxm Company. acorv.imtlon.

requires, and I never hmo I tonic. la a rralilant of a Slat other
a Stay young bY' using LEON. tluin the Mint.if Florida, that the realdenea
I been" pestered with the gout. ARDI'S ELIXIR FOR THE .>f .laid' defendant. .la Knoxville In the State
F of rtnn. .,.,.. .. .
that there la no poraon In the
Though mt and him is human BLOOD. It invigorate and >Stnt. ..r r lorl.la thu .....1./ of. a aubpovna
Thb\ we have alien gotI(>nJ-c.':' strengthen the whole system, makes upon whom would bind aurh defendant, that

loved each otherstone 1 rich red blood act gently on the tho nun. of said defendant I. unknown to affiant.

liver and! kidney Insist
neighbors will. His! l.fc's: t'\ onLEONARDI'S. It In Uierrupnn ordered. that Iha laid .1.frndsnb .
Refuse all other
C.V. Hanilrraon Company a eorporatlun >
&W&&JL soul of dividendwhile: -1I-" .: At all druggists.To bo and ,it .la hereby .onions to appear

the soul' of song-but, .1'. v. to the oontplainant'a bill of complaint
,. "" I Illed herein at th* Court llouao at III.......
some on how to climb the .. lliailfnnl County! Florida on or bef.ire Monilay. .
---- AINT GONNA I m-huii lu Is sa'i Iticd 11 ". Cure a Cold In One lay (hi- flrat day of Dec.mber, UH4. and Uu
ag-T yf Take LAXA1I\F IIROMuql'I'ljllltt|'| : ( rnhlfl I'\ It I further ordered that this order ba I'IJDliahnl -
in ,h.;* bunk, en'ny: M"" I 1't' I ntnptfhn tough' unit tleederh? end wurkd off the I one a weak for four aonaroutlvaw.nki
Cold. t; W. UKOVK: S alUDillimi i ml each bus 3Uo .. In the Bradford County Telea-raph ain
of the I .
f twinges l gouts vmnaner publliho at 8tarie. In Bradford'
/ijy *(Y t hove <'Ute to reil'"o! !1'.. ,.. ,' I I i'''"111)'. rlorlda.Uiln.wa .

?%*"<**. -- Vi the 1 it: ,1 to (that.k! ,I'.r I _II II mlll ;111 YGU linl.m .'oft i'..,," 1.my at hand Mlnrk and in tho llradfnrtl aral of aald County.I Clr-.

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** '*' --1 Old Folks'Rhd -., .,u. (1.Clerk' Circuit Court.

1m I: I., It LAYTON
I I r H Ff.t.tS. Jr.Muiiciiiira ..
\t" t. I Ailments for CompJalnanl. 10-:

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I i;9' .."" f "I began \\ng: \ TlUck- Hi'uli'il I i bliln' will t h. rw.iv.il by tha Hoard <>f
Draught over llfuom.- linn::I rrtietfwa of Bradford County I'lorldit.nt .
'Y ago ..... .
the< Conner UrliUrn ... N.I. on
,'=' <:7 i I.: .J i 11II and my ipt! i ic-mu with it ...1 1I th. >staiko-nnifon' R.inil. until 'I'h_ BVtmkl'
r __ < 1 ," says Mr. .I l lot, A. !lIIakeIII!!!' "nun tilill41v oiuiieil., far constructing an
more a CivilV., \rtvran .. and, n.." it I pl'o' and limber tirldve, uiipr.i\l-
iniil. U three hundred feet tune adjnconl In
NEW RiVER nand former Vli >' ;mi.in.' who I II !&it I tin ii......it lirldire alto Maid bridge. to ...,,-
Li now a rio'iii'i, .t ('ill'in, of .- *'i ?f ltv. nty-! four four-pile t I.. utavllh
14.New Rive :' 'l i best .uI",'** i illnu I ei>nlnlnln I in nil I 11- till'nn
New River Nov. Vloyrl. 1. 'It the :
yg'g1 \.is i i' I ni: ,\l,: >>iiinlely: 2IIH lln. ft, and aiiiir.itiinatu:
Improvement Society cleunxl $18.iltl t i lIB Uxatl\e !"i 0-v> I* 1'.1' old 11111IIII \ I l\ fi lli.itn.iunl of untrvatrcl. tlmlM.r.
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November 7. proplc. gel iiutiiv v ears I 1'1. work ItiuludiM' furnlahtliH all iarvliilmi
at the box supper ....... ,
i '!MIl In Vlrtrii I u-eil I to \. nmt.rlal ta. toola. soul iqulpment. and
LAWTEY at the home of :Mr. and Mm Charles EDUCATION1 SPEAKS Mr. and Mrs. Jim Thumut antdaughter i ago lulioii and I.I found that luiiiu nil thi* work nMitmary In unnilruot unit
Meet < In cnmiilvt. ants roady fur thitront.Miiiilntt'd
Dinkins. I Maxville, Mr. anti| Mrs. C. put ua*
l.uwtey, Nov 14.-A son was I ( National Education \Vuek Nov 18 to A. Julius and little son of Sump-on' dill U* .Ml work. t.,nnvn be dona>v mnA In aiifordanco with the

horn to Rand Mrs. R. D. Devii j; Mr. and Mrs. .Fortune Moulin, ol 22nd) were visitors here Sunday afternoon Thedford'sBlACJDRAUGHT m plan and inilriiellona uellleallotts tirovlalona.litinl .
rn in-ovlnliinii I and pro
Sunday morning, November 0. Jacksonville were guests Sunday of the W. M. Hodges was \isii.iif trieiuH poHirl: \ and: onntraot: llrailfnnt: County
I bear
Mr. and Mrs. II. Padgett. I AM EDUCATION. in Broker Sunday.Mr. t F'n..h old ntuet .ba ao..nnti>anlfd. liy a eertl
:Mr'*. J. II. Moore visited relativesin torch that enlightens/ the world, fires 111..1 rhink or a biddor't' Imnd mad payable
J.Epp.son; anti 1IrY.. M l'lIrk..1' wen I.. r: H Mnlthewa, Chairman. Hoard of
Jacksonville Saturday.Mrs. i Sheriff W. and Deputy the imagination of man feeds the visitors to Starko Suttinlay. { land '(IViiritu-a of Hrailfuril County, riorldnlii ,

\V. W. Bji-den of Starke, were! flame of genius. I give wings to l\v.. |..r runt of thn amount bid, aa ivlil.n.i -
Hiram Bennett la vlslt'rnJfrelatives Messrs. Wilson Ituss. Hubutltt nf mend faith and thatIf
business visitors here Friday. hand and brnin.o aa .I bidder; niil:
dreams and might to !
I Crosby of Brooker were visiting warded the contract I tho exill. -
in Jacksonville' this week. From out the deep shadows of the HH was tho best anti ijiiakost rs- 111 i ,... ., thn oontrart and iflvu, bond a* required
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Frisbee o, friends hero Sunday lift.moon.Mr. lief I Since: 1 cause Tin rldht la I reanrvad to nijert any or all
:Mr. and i Mrs. J. D. Ramloll, of and family, of Middlcburg, spent o I past I come, wearing: the scars of R. A. Greene of Siarkn wta: ttty 2 to Tex cuulrlltot.: !! i have these bilious f Ii t*' III.IK
but I 1'latin and appolneatlona .be Been at
Orlando, were guests last Friday of Sunday here with relatives.J. struggle and tho stripes of, toil, shaking hands with friend :here Fri 118 attiu'ks! every now and th.n11.1"(11'10\0"" 'h', office of the County Hn may.lne.,. and aoploa.

Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Smith. bearing in triumph the wisdom of all day. H<1 a man will get: bilious. anywhere 0111II' may hi obtained fn.m thu Secretary of the

L. Harrell was a visitor to ages. Man, because of me, holds dominion !Howard Thomas of Maxvillo was l : you know-mid I find II.I I 1..I.t IU.OO per sot''w.,. s. MATTnews.

:\11'''. M. E. Fdwnrd3 and daughter Jacksonville Monday.Mrs. over earth, air and sea; it Is visiting friends hero Saturday and( VI that n little Ulack-UrauKht m"" Chairman

Miss Mable, of Starke, were visitors for him I leash the lightning, plumb Sunday.W (kill noon straightens me out. m.I C. A. FUTCH.

here Monday afternoon.Mr. Albert. Jennings returned ta I the deep and shackle the ether.I M. Hodges and daughter, Minnie 2|! After a few dones In little or UII i Io I ln.lu.nt t 11-7 Hreretary
"IB no time I'm all right 1I ?lIln. 11.111' S fTitv i :ir'ATioM '
her home in Plant City Sunday after > ru' APPI rOil 1'1.aUt"
the of
: and Mrs. Will Dupree, of am parent progress, crea- spent Thursday in Sturku. lllS ThciTonl's BI.I-kIiauKhtd'H m 1tT tM; >ril HKTI4IV tit OP 1MB.
Jacksonville spent Sunday here at spending two weeks here with tor of culture, molder of dostiny. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis, cilBrooker f la a purely. vegetable liver (.r.NKIttl, BfArUTr'HIlinliy
her Mrs. Wilkerson. III notion !I. ulvi'ii Hint A. 7.. Adklna
the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. mother Philosophy, scinece anl, art are the spent Wednesday hen "j* medieinp, inerl In America for purr ha..'r nf tan ..1.. crrtill.ater! '" ....
Byrd. Bert Padirett, of Anthony visitedhis I''i works of my hand. I banish ignorance with 111'11Iowls' sister, !Mrs. W. M. fftlB over eighty yours It nets on nillf{ | i I.IH: IKII. IH4, HI. 3M. :.tut. 4.1,
1! discourage vice disarm an- lodges. MH the stomaeh, liver anti bowels. W 1 121 1 nnd HOI' Issued by the Tax Cullertor of
parents Mr. and Mrs. M. Pad Hrn.lfonl County. Florida SoIl! g..rlllloaUa>
Floyd Green of Starke was a | archy.i Miss Alphie Hodges[ Is vmitinu Jjjjj fh a gentle, mil u nil ama *- niimlxri'd. I Pill. iN 1. IH4, 247. 100 and :I the I.I ..-
Sunday. !
business visitor to Lawtey Monday. gett i Thus have I become freedom's citadel friends in Sturkn this week. silting diKe tlon niul n'lIev1If I lim ilnl.d, July. 4th. A. I D I\I.!I. and pall ..r-
i Sold numbered Ill!) and 200 bean
Incr ronstlpution. every- IilIG llllrnl.' 41 ;
E. C. Richardson of Umatllla,' !, the arm of democracy the hopeof Mills Jewell Wiggins, of Alnrhuu, lID| whore. :ilnl.il, Inly: 'Ird A. Ii. IUJ2. have Sled aaldr. !

,' Kev. R. D. Buvia tilled an appolnt-church was the guest last week of his o'I youth the pride of adolescence, spent the wf'l.k-I'nd with her father, 'jum!!IJ' 1''=-11'12nlJlI tl I..lit.rtlflinUn.nlliin (..,In. tan my deed,offU to and UMUV. have In accordance mad .,,-

'imnt nt the Melrose Baptist daughter, Mrs. L. A. Marr. the joy of age. Fortunate the nations Mr C. O. Wiggins r.Il1l1l1I1! ;J-: with law
[ J. B. Rowe and Joe Marr .
tSundnv. and happy the homes that welcome, i Messrs Herbert Norman un] Surd dfrliDcatie rmpefitlvvly umliracMi the
Lll'l'umpani"' him. and Mrs. S. A. Bryan of r.riliiwlnti lamia In Bradford County Pl.irlila,
Capt. me. ., Henry Wilson of Raiforil, were I Ir -- ---- n".,.wed at thif data of the liauanee of. eunKi. ,
Starke visited' relatives here Sun The school is workshop here I section Sunday afternoon. Colds Cause drip and Influenza '. itlnrntii/ Itt the namva rnapoctlxnly hi>r*.
Dr. E. of Starke was a my ) ; .
L. Biyts; I Innftcr partlfliilarly/ Bat forth, twlt :
)tufubsional visitor to Lawtey Sun- stir ambitions, stimulate Ideals, NiciT ISNT'IT LAXATIVE I1KOMO! QIIIMINf; TablnM" rnmovil, (',.rlilltal., No I OH ifmhrnom Houth half
day.S. forge the keys that the door to WJo\Tlllm: ? the ...u.... There \I. only one "Hruiuu Uululn i f Int I 1. etlon 7, townahlli 7, "south' range
duro Sapp came home from Jacksonville open ,,. I.:. T. Shaw.rrtlllratu .
No rlolhi'Omi ,c-\ei, breaks undo E. W CHUVE Itfunlura on bo>. Kir .11 .BIIKI .1(5 an auvaead
and Sunday with his opportunity. I am the source of In- .. No IKK embracm. Norlheaatinnrtrr
spent ----
I th<< Mti.'im" i of tin Iviml' ot"Vah| whatthe .:t
and of Northwest quartar, eefltlon 38
W. H Edwards and sons Billy spiration ; the altl of aspiration. I *
family.F. niodornirln" hant; 0111. to ill'.v. J. U FKAZKB inwn.liln 7, south, lance SI Gaat. 40 afro.
Jim uf Jacksonville, spent Sunday AM IRRESISTIBLE Jt.-Uet- i ...
1 __ ___ aaiuitned Cft.: M. Meatlnnvy.
here. with relatives. F. Stump of Starke was a visitor ter Schools League. ii ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLORAT r.rtIdeal. No INS cmbnuM Kaat: halt and
I W.t half of Southwuat quarter, aratlon I*.
hero Sunday. I II LAWI'OSTOFFICB l.iwnahlti, I I. ,oath ranmi "J Kaat. 4UO aarea.H .
Mr" M. E. Morrison, of nIacon.C LAKE BUTLER<< I a a .....,-|| W, I I' Clydef .
lem-Kiu, i 14, assisting Mr. C. Dinkins Renbert Carro dine went to Jacksonville i, BUILDING *'tt Heal I.. Nil 417 embrncea commetiefnixnt
Niirthvaat cnrnur of Southeast quarter of
[nt the S. A. L. Depot. I Sunday where he has Recurred Lake Butler Nov. 14-:Mrs. W. II. 8TAIIKK, FLA. I uthwiat uunrtiir and run Wrest 6AO feet
a position. 'I H.iulli DUO frat Kant DSD' fret North Betha and live daughters of ferry,
J. R. Eddins, of Gainesville was I Iran"lcllll" MVHTCICH: HAI.K l.. iHvlnnltiri Huctliiti in, township II, aoutliritiiHH
of o I are visiting relatives hurt :Mrs. %'A Eaat: I son.., aanvaard. Mill N. COurtlHcati
Ada Marie
business in Lawtey frilr Little Miss Mayo --
herewith Betha i ia the daughter of Mm.' T. .1. Fistula and Other Rectal Diseases V. iii.< M h.r,.lijf Hlvvn thai miller iinil. I II Mahon..
.' \ Jacksonville is spending a I I"i" .imnr. i.0' n rnrtnln, dvervit of rornclomirit p / No. nun rmbraora North 920
her grandparents, Mr. and'' Mrs, I Dekle. Successfully Treated by the ",tl('. mnili mitt. reml.,1 IOn It,.. :I'lth ilii.f V r..t..r Northoaat iiuarur of Southwiwtnunrt'ir

J. J. Tread well, of St. Augus- J. II. Moore.Mr. Mrs. L. N. Swanson of Hiernoii I AMBULANT: METHODNo llflMlmr. A. F>, +IIIJI, In end by the ."I'l'Uif I nf Moiithoaitt and Rant nnartvr 4 II) foul of of Houthwrat Nouthnut .quarter |ilartrr -

In,', ,supplied! the pulpit at Grace M. I who has been visiting her parents, hneplta, no operation, no nbt are rho "<"lorlila.Itciilt Court In 4 hMne In unit.iY. far,n that 11"0"c"u..y rirmln '".I anil Holllli half of Northwest quarter. of

.. church Sunday morning and Dr. I and Mrs. Dewey Bennett of o Mr. and Mrs. J. Kennedy, returnedto f nun horn, no loan of tlrn. no Int. rf r* .'.",... tlur'lii Sending whurvln ICuimiIfchnrii : ,a I Houthfaat Wr.t half quartrr of Houthwuat ene. .iit West t of soy.Mouth-.t and
I ance with social *nvaKi nw ntii. quarter
V. I. Powell, the pastor, preached Wachula, are visiting here with rely I' her home this week. She was ai- I Rend for my Free Il4ioTiIet"Curing -- .I) Unity u rolctitttn<*iimi>liilnant., hlH wlfn anil, J nr.*A..1 l,'(folnniainn .""'"''''n, rail quarUir and. Sleuth half of nortlwiaatquarter

unday evening. tives. companied by her little sister MISH I Piles and Other He, tnlHi I.R A Gram. MI fliwelal Maatur. NhiiM offt 0; In Northeast of 8otithaat corner North quarter of*>iaTut railway.a acren s.c-

Maria Eva, who will visit her awhile. I ecu>e "-It explains everything .r Tor Mlilt* at i>uble. ( oIerY nnil will ..II t'I tlon IH. lowtiihlp H. .",,111 range 11 ..,..1. 10II. ,
INSECTS: TO RET BEST the hltflii-nt and .lu it bidder for eimh. beta rS ..... ........ .
i\rR. Sallie Reddish is spending: apw WATCH I Miss Ethel Raulerson is home on I the door. of Ih.. Court 1/",..... In Stark p, Ihad I vnioklyn. ..lAnd..CoCertificate .
Jacksonville with relar RESULTS I'KOM S'fIUWBEltlCYGainellvillc ford ..n the let lay ol ; No JOff "'h'. H'nithwMt
days in a visit. She is attending a businesscollege Dr. Ceo. L. Dickcrson county.. 'lionrcif 'iiuartiir of Northeast, iitiartur 1 Ivaa ID ores
>>c.m6 -r. A. I) 1021 I. iluiinu lh Inical *
v- I Nov. 8.-If are in Jacksonville.Joe RECTAL AND PELVIC SPECIALISTt23'q MII|., the following/ ilt'iterlbvil. pwpurltowit y' lln Northeast rorllnr and Raet half of North-
you I wi Jones John Rich Townsend I ,, Main fit. Oppoclla Kreea quarlvr and' Mou'h,-.., of
results from nuarlrr
visitor I
.1. Terry was a business counting on He-end Floor Byrne IIM*. All that curtain triuil paa.I! or piece o Mouthw Houth-

I tiki- Butler Monday. : your strawberry patch, it behoovesyou and Clarence Roberts who have Phone 44VV JACHUUNVILLE. FLA tend lylnv. Florida. hwlnir. .JwarlWil and aimal", iw follow In Ilrailf'incounty : .TH,,,,.I east corner quarter, aecllnn except 21, tfiwnahfp III acre In M. south

'' to take steps to prevent the ravages positions In Jacksonville were in Northwiiit quarter nt th. Northwest quarto r ra".. J2 .:.... lit aarea, aeoaaml llnuklyn

E1.. Futch left Sunday for WauUili. of all insects, declare specialists 'Lake Butler this week visiting rela.'I ..r H rtlon 0,. Tnwnntiiii (1, South run ire 2ilKuflt Land('..,Utl.ft'Co. No 49 embraaea Waal threeqimrtora -
where he has accepted a pool- of the Florida Experiment Sta : contalnlnir 40 sawn. more R. A or. ongrN.Mpn.lsl! of Mouthwcat quarter of Northwest

kit' be 'I tives.Wilbur Brown of Alathua Is visiting .a01111fit .181f 111rn, auto r. ifUMrter. aiutlim .1. tnwnahlp 7, south 'ranuvH
tion. Your hopes and plans may Raal. 10; acrra aaaeeeed II. I.. l.wlaVrtlllrale :
unless do I relatives here this week. -- -- -- A / ADKIN9. ( No HI embracea Nurtheaalilimrttir
all in vain they say you N
: : : and WORKING H.llollor for Complainant 117.1111.2KOI
[:Mi and Mrs P. LDinkins : CEMETERY of Nurthwvat iilartur aectlnn ,14.
Dinkins of more than provide a good soil select John Langford Morris Liingfnrd, AI"'IIf'AT liiwiuhlu 4. south range it Kaat: 40 ...,...
&>IJtrlm. and Robert only the best plants set at the proper LeRoy Mizille and, Hal! Maine, Uni- Then' will he u working of the 't/TUK 0. DIMCJIARI.E HSAINotice L tuuitaeed K:, I.. Grlffis.CertlSeate .
l' ,mville were week-end visitors I No 2 lO .mbra time and in the proper manner, versity boys from Gainesville spent cemetery at SlOW River on Friday block J7, r,'mpl*. ....IIUon ,lo Stark In

and give the best of fertilization. Saturday und Sunday in Lake Duller, bi'fore the thud Sunday' : in November may eonam-n.U h.that i l>r i>given n l the 3n to d l liny all "'whom JanuarA I I, Northeast quarter nf Northwrit. quarter and

In spite of all these provisionsand '! visiting relatives and friends. Come, bring your baskets, and O IBM. I shall apply to lh. HonomhlIt ,p l>art of of Woo railway half and of Northeast N.irtlieajit...m.quarterWi'at of

they, too are necessary-there 1 Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Brown, Mr. and let's clean up the grounds. ty. A.Florida, Iran. an county Judea Jil.luo of pnikati of Bradford. for my men nnaHlNihHric f Wiiitheaat. quarter of Northwest, quarter ***)-

must do. Protection Mrs. John Nichols and Mr. and Mrs.. a'lmlnfiitrator of the estate of J. tliin Jt. townahlp s. south raiia* U Eaat
state are other things you COMM1TTF.E. <* an ...... .
.01 hire Florenra t: Brooka.
.. ."...aswl and l that" ..' Iha ..mtlmo ,s
insects Vanderbilt all of Lansing. Mich. M. M wi>ll. .. rede med
is suggested against ; arrived I1nl. sold certHlcatoa shall b*
.. final nceniintji ail
I wilt iBt aa
the sooner you start the specialists t here Sunday. They came mlnl>trntor of pr lalil .my...., and auk for thol l I. according to I law, lea deed. will/ /laaue. thereon.
HOW DONORS TREAT on the loth day of November. A. I) 1024Wltnnu
I iayand the more through are your through in their car. They will spend .ppr.wst.Date r my offlatal aianatur. and ..al
'OI! Novnnlwr" let A. > 1914. ......,. .
this Iha 7th of A. KH
day v.
I effort to keep down the Insects, the a few months at the winter home of W. If. 11'I !:
nt.tiL. U. W. AI.DKUMAN.
more apt you are to have a successful Mr. and Mrs. John Nichols. Thl'Y' COLDS AND THE FLUTo 1 ll-7.llt-l-i .r. (Seal) Clark Circuit Court.Gradfurd .
171.1 miles County. Florida.Uy .
I crop. came in 8 days. NO'r, r. C. A. KNinilT.Deputy .

Most insect enemies of the strawberry i Rowe Dekle, of Lake City, was Clark
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Th. ) of Pnbllr Imtruatlon r*?
can be controlled by letting ; visiting relatives here this week. break up a cold over night or to cut t r..1.. ...1",1 bl.la. up a i one-thirty oeloefc 10-111-1"11-1

little chicks have the run of the George VV. Whittemore, of Dado short an attack of grippe influenza or sure Mnn.lar Drcembrr I, IV24. for th* lal. o F NUTI( K

patch (of course if it Is not a large City is the guest of his daughter, throat, physicians sail druggists are DOW ueeMiaful the ell part hl.l.lr!of Mawiraon will .b.aehool iulrd 1 bulldlnfj to rpaii Thi,? The board. of bond truatee'ark or I''". tows .f

field of strawberries), by sprinkling Mrs. Forster Glover and family. Mr. m-omrnrniimK C.lotul>", the nauscalm, main building *alra to the prtee hid. Uoanfurnlah d day of*, November.rlorlda. will t A ralv U IOJI.blda at on 5:00: tha p.ll'h m.,
Calomel tablet that ii purified from dun I.. malarial for repair of fuel l oil.O
the plants or by spray Whittemore who Is an old Union for approximately Ro.'ino .
l water over L. W. KICKI.ITCR. ll s.ml-DIas,1 l
Rrroua and sickening effect. ThoM who / barrela of lnbHcatlnit/ / for I
ing with tobacco extracts or dusting county citizen is In charge of the nave trfed il uy that it seta like nuigic by Chairman .nilna. sam to b* approved for Felrbank**

with a mixture of lime and sulphur orange grove of Mr. Jim Futch who fur more effective and certain than the oil l H R WIOOIN8.FuicreUry. 1"1.31.(lt11ORDEB -' a,I !.Mama...r,bidder.... "y" to..glass furalah All. primes n** uar f. o.> In-H..Iak. .

according to Prof. J. R. Watson at one time was a merchant at this style calomel heretofore recommended by .formMlnai. reoardln. oil on whlah bid I*

entomologist of the Florida Experiment place. I physician Circuit Lourt.FOB 4t punt>i lu .nerd CATIONIn Clnmt olFlorid. r ....d.. The' Board. reaarvra this rlaht lo r..
I .
Station. i i Misses Russell Riven and Dora I One or two Calolabt al bed time with .. In and for nwirorU County Irrharuwrr J- any sod .1, bid J. T. quflLtyChairman..

'!Johnson were visitors to Jacksonvillei I swallow of water,-lhat'a all. No Halt, .

y I The City of Happiness in not onlyn week. no nausea nor the slightest interference rharU! Forman>. I I Iv Dill to rnronloxam C. A. FUTCH. .
Pro- with rating, work Next .. ,,.... .. .tIt ... 10-10-51-11-1,
the State of Mind but in the I Mr. Chas S. Hill civil or pl.a u.-e. mornIng > R .t Ml btnrticaK ,
engineer, cold ha vanished) and appearing by the affl.tavlt of th. at>"r.iy To'TllUUI'.K-t
.:ince of every man. whose home is in Lawtey was in our your ynur 'y" ., Inc th. efimplalnant ipp*.nd.*1 to thr bit i : :
tern frrla rcfrnhnl and rUrij..d. Calotab of Complaint ftl... In the ....... ."utl... aaua*,. The town council of the town of Stark
No man will ever amount to much city Monthly. Mr Hill surveyed the are sold only In original ] parkagra, that. It la .... twllxf" of affiant. that tha dfvndant. -. Florida will receive bids. up to 7 :10 u. ra.on .
the difference between road from Long Bridge to Lake But- prlr ten cent for the vest-qweht t\tf\\ ; r, W. Jfrndvnnn Company. a corporatloa lhe.I Uh .lay of November. .A. D. 1044.
he publicly
until he learns la a rraldvnt of a fltat other that I and at that" time th Mil to
and swelling.The ler. thirty live cents for the large family r..k. opune.1, for one "...-..>n trU'lIt with atel
growing 1! Miss Lois Remark, of Raiford, is -Rerommcnfied and guaranteed the Sta'a of riorl'ta. th* he rwiloVnea olaH rt I .luaip body and cab. fully ........ Uld.Jra
itniK( t'. Your Lack It ue 1101d"liahled.d. .r.8d."t im KnoxllU.. la Ifca ..... al,I to furnish all n.._'''' Infunnittlon on
after painting the of Her uncle and Mr. money you / .
guest aelurla
salesman >
aunt both
stock .. T.nn_.... that (h., .U no person In tb0tat I truck. Mil on aids must 'Inclu.l.
beautiful word picture, said: "Now land Mrs. John B. Crews. of Florida th.. a.rvk. of a auLpoai I for Iruab and also gash an.1 amount sS.t
a t! -- whom woulJ bind such rl.k.fvnilant. thai: !ow4 on /.....- for lrator Tn board ra
Jones know this company Miss Susie Johnson spent the week "I '. "' .. upon .,. ...... to r.J.. any anil all bid.
:Mr. you I .!l.c "I : ,'OCI : -t f11 th. .... rf laid ovfcmlant. U unknown to Ute rlaat .
V4.2i v Z9 hasn't got a dollar's worth of watered with relatives in Raiford. if Ir* *nrV.. *-<* ...._ ..*"-t f !.TA- I SaItnts / C r uf Town HOUVBK.Chairman CouaalL \
stock in it. How much are you going I Miss Ruth Roberta spent the weekend .naiii )M't,' "\,. (I.x.n..u mi .<. wsq thatvupon. orrlon Company that tha..1.aorporwttun d.f.n.1ant. -- C A. rUTCH.

to buy. I with her parent in Worthington. ;; .as. ':::a..t"'U" -ti-'L- q 5';;=:::: a&,-, be C. and W Hvndvraon It .la hob uru .... to .n..ar lo-io-it-ll-r. Clerk ..f Town CauaalL:

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and conducting: schools is ulVel8\; JACKSONVILLE LOOKING AGAINTO :

; ;;. Bradford[ County Telegraph clearing/ house for the school activities CLAY COUNTY FOR WATER

: of the nation is provided; and
an agency familiar with the prob- Bradford High Propose tit Use Water From Black

Publisher! weekly and entered as lems both of city and country schools I Creek for Municipal Purposes.Jacksonville's .

.J second class matter, at the poet is at hand. | ,
I water
: Starke Florida. One of the obstacles r questiOn -
'+ office at deprivingthe
and officials
is up again, of that
young of fair educational start
'" a School Journal
have spent several days of the
i ity
E. 8. MATTIIEWB.--_________Own.r. j in life is inadequacy of school funds IIId past week in Clay county investigating

1. C. ROBINSOM-1' ________M.n.3li>. Editor.PUBUsllED It seems strange, says the Better I possible source of supply. These
I Schools] League, that at a time I
EU.ENE(: :: MATTHEWS; GERALD MIDDLETON officials are now considering the use
I when to estimatethe
EVERY FRIDAY we are beginning Editor Sport Editor I of the overflow-from Kingsley Lake
a real worth of
things any com-
GRACE WOOD FRANK CARPENTER I into Black Creek. Saturday's Jacksonville -
should be indifferent
munity so in '
Aubunt Editor > Journal gave the following
1'+' SUBSCRIPTION RATEPer its schools. Only a failure to realize [ :
.. account of their trip to Clay ounty:
what education
Year .!..-______________ $1.50 means can explain } The group of city officials who
such indifference. It seems so obvious i 'filEIINSTUEL! I iI night next week the service will con- I went to Clay county inspecting
-Six Months - _- --"_ _-- 75c I that our schools are the Americanism instruments j' I tlnue, with Dr. Thiot, of DeLand, FLORIDA ALONEPROHIBITS terti in that vicinity being considered

II with which we build The fall minstrel given by the This l la '
preaching. to
-- an opportunity as the source of Jacksonville's water
--I und, breed Americans that they are students of the Bradford County '
II hear consecrated I
a and gifted man of ; supply in the next few year! when
r I Ii our first line of defense against High School was a big success. The God, and members and friends are LEVY the artesian wells at present nerving
I and anarchy; that they large auditorium of the school build- '
anxious for his coming. The time I the city are exhausted, were back hi
i hring to our youth the equipment I I ing was almost tilled ,to capacity, the meetings is 7:30: p. m. 0'1 the city today and told somethingabout

and tralOllIlfor greater ability and the box office returns being $112.25. church bell each I
rings day at noon, their trip. \
II i-flllllC'SH. I The first e,ens was the prettiest, the silent for ON INHERITANCEIncome
calling people to prayer Dr. M. B. Herlong] chairman of the
(our) educational system, nationally and the first act one of the best ever God's the I
blessing upon meetings. city commission, Frank 'JI. Owens,
I is tine. Communities, however': given In Starke. Tho curtain rose as The ervices on Sunday will be commissioner) of public utilities un

whiil, do not measure up to our na- the entire company sang "June evangelistic. The Bible school meets i i Tax Also Is Barred at der whose direct supervision the
n.iiml. standard and intellectually Night" and "This la the chorus of
I j jturu at U:43:; a. m., followed by the morning Polls-Vote Is Five to One matter comes and Ward Engineer C.
their young are contributingto The Song, revealing a row of black Ii
I service at ::00. The pastor will ] V. Imeson, accompanied by one of

r NO. f)/AIMeu.oership educational delinquency. Our public faces seated in a utml-circle. The speak on "A New Testament Revival j, Tallahassee, Nov. !1).-Florida ih the consulting engineers on the project -
National Highway schools are a common interest; boys wore red 'bell boy" caps, red' ." Young societies at 6:30 i /
( in people's\ : the election Tuesday adopted made the trip.
they benefit all. Therefore, to make I sateen coats with black collars and I general
a Association) and evening worship at 7:30. A large by a vote that will possibly be The water under consideration is
I them easily accessible is a duty for culfs,.and white trousers. The girls congregation gathered last
Sunday five to one, a constitutional amendment Black Creek, which catches the overflow -
'' M1 Avon Park IH going to auuamt| tho which every man and woman is re-I wore red sleeveless jackets and evening to hear what the Bible had to forever prohibiting the levyingof of Kingsley Lake, near Starke.

t"/ outside world with the advantagesto I sponsible.\ The means to develop large bows of the same color of ribbon I say about Jonah and the great fish, inheritance or income taxes. Unofficial The lake is known among the softest .

't } ,, be enjoyed there, by adopting a I I IUT minds and healthier bodies on their hair. and the comment of an out of town and partiaUreturns indicate bodies of water in the countryand

tax of one mill for publicity pur should be neither denied nor stinted. The songs were i in the following man voiced the decision of all, when that the majority in favor of the samples tested from Black Creek
'h interest in education order
r s poses. Community : he said: "Such an approach of the amendment will not be short of five have shown the water to be much
h -eh --- should either be aroused or kept lIe's A New Kind Of ManElizabeth ,subject both scientific and
t : ., was convincing to one. / softer than .. t the city now Jret.....
,, ,I Sarasota Times has discoveredthat I keenly alive. Schools must not be put Andrews. | ," Dr. Bullen has been re- By adoption of the amendment :Some two y .rs ago, the city commission -
auto with one arm (/n starvation rations. No tax money You'll Never Get To Heaven With u.uesfo'd to the "Is
driving nn I. answer question Florida becomes the only state in the began .0 cast about for a
1 "isn't dangerous unless] she struggles. can be' more usefully spent than fee Those Eyes-Owen Griffin. I there a Literal Hell Fire?" This will union that has definitely expressed place to get' water when her arte

." .Unless who struggles?-Dado education. Such communities as flnd I Somebody Stole My Gal-Eugene be the subject for Sunday night. It is itself as being determined that there sian wells, slowly] depreciating, hove

G City Banner/Why Lizzie of course. the local burden too great have a Matthews. well for us to know what Christ had
shall not at any time be a tax levyon dried. Last summer, on several days,
e -4lVM remedy in legislative measures to I've Got a Cross-Eyed l'apa- I to say of those who are to be "cast either incomes or inheritances unless the city consumed more water than
Northern capitalists are becoming equalize school revenues. Leaders in Florence Andrews.Oh into outer darkness."
the yeople at some future date the wells pumped and they have been
interested in the northern part of our every community should realize that Buby-Paul Knight. Good singing. Two choirs. A decide to again amend the constitu- deepened several!! times. It is also
lit ate. A subdivision of Jacksonville makeshift schools are a crimp; In- Hard Hearted Hannah-Joseph
new hearty welcome. Bring families, tion and authorize such action, says known that artesian wells have sud-

will be developed by a Chicago sanitary schools, a menace;' poor Thomas. friends and visitors. Hotel] guests al- ''Ernest' Amos, state comptroller, who denly stopped their flow.

man now holding large Interests in equipment, a waste. Hula Lou-Nat Sternberg.I'm I I''
; ways find a greeting they remember. was among the first to advocate the The first water under consideration -

South Florida.] The country school is probably Going South-Entire company. measure. was the St. Mary's river at the

4. -0,1 -- the richest field for improvement. Many new jokes between the CARD OF THANKSTo The voting on the measure indicated Georgia' boundary line. It was dis j

Indications now point to a considerable The l'J20 census shows one .state songs added spice to ... the program. a uniform sentiment throughoutthe carded when Black Creek with its 1.

'.. acreage in our county being with 69,000! illiterates, 60,000 of The interlocutor was Gerald Middle- the very many friends of state for its passage. Adoptionof supply just 17 miles from Jackson "

'>t.;' .. planted to short cotton next year. whom are in the rural districts. Is it ton, the end men Mr. Nat Sternbergand Starke and vicinity do we desire to the measure was in the form ville and 80 feet above Jacksonville ";

';' Our farmers cannot go- wrong: in devoting any wonder that country boys and Prank Carpenter. extend our sincerest thanks for the largely of an open expression level, eliminating the need of pump. )

: i'r ,,' ; .'d" several acres to this crop for girls are lured to the cities where Between the first and second acts many kindnesses rendred, and affec- I against the levying of such taxes in ing the water here, came up as a 'i ti

\ r" ,, the coming season. their craving for better education Mr. Sternberg sang "Big Boy" and tionate interest shown during the the state, as Florida does not impose possible source. '

.r.' ran be grafted? Country school districts gave a side-splitting monologue. illness and passing of Mrs. M. R. :''inheritance or income taxes. Members of the party making the I

w. Bradford county has a lire chamber ; can shut oft the stream flowingto Rosa Leviton gave as a piano solo Crutchfield. And also do we wish to 'I The amendment had practically trip also pointed out that the section .:

':' 'f. of commerce that doing a great the cities by supplying modern "Russian Rag", Lillian Sternberg express our gratitude to those who, I I the unanimous support of banking around Black Creek is sparsely settled .

", ,, work In bringing that county to the educational facilities. Where the rendered a dance, and "Lonesome deeply sympathizing, have contributed and business interests and was advocated and that any condemnation pro.

, I :', ,' front. It meets at different towns need is for nid and counsel of those Mama Blues" was sung by Ruth much solace and comfort to us''1 I by the newspapers, hundreds of ceedings necessary for a right-of-

q in the county, thereby keeping the experienced in school administration Andrews. A very pleasant surprise I in our recent bereavement. ![I columns being devoted to its support. way would be at minimum cost.

I r. ', Interest stimulated all over the coun- these are easily to be had. Sternberg, Florence and Elizabethwas ELMER AND MARIE LAZONE The appeal to be made by the pro- Engineers are now making an ex

:, ty.-Times-Union. The problem of school improvement given the audience in the way ofa I I I posed legislation to persons ofI haustive survey of( the water and

'"t -0-- is purely a local one. If there solo by Mr. Victor, a former oper- BROOKEK REPORTS I I I I wealth was frankly stressed. Comp- many problems are to be worked out

\ From the steady growth shown by I" insufficient provision It Is the atic singer, who/ if" here with the EIGHTEEN: IBERS FOR troller Amos said that officials of before the project will be ready for
fault of We liv-
t.. the Bradford County Chamber of the-community. are Williams Stock Company.The CHAMBER: OF 'COMMERCETonight's other states who attended the national execution. Among problems which

f..r. Commerce we would say that all of ing in a period of higher costs, but last act was a burlesque on a i ] meeting this summer gave it come up are tests of the soil neededto

.; ':,' fo t'. Bradford county is becoming interested incomes are larger too. The com- : "egro school room, in which the Meeting Will Be Held at as their opinion that the adoption of determine if the land in that vicinity

r: "J! In the work of that body. Coma munity should adjust. itself to the teacher introduced the famous new I Urookrr Upon Special Invitation the amendment would bring much has an impervious! strata to hold a,

'1''t I 6" .' on In-we are all working! toward new order of things. Education is invention, the lie detector. The I -- wealth to Florida.: It was not believed the water from seeping out after it
;, the cheapest thing it can buy. >Rduca-!: teacher, Mr. >Sternberg also held At the regular meeting of the
;:;;"i'i., one end, that of boosting the best a that persons of large means is dammed.J. .
(,ion Week is a /good time to take practice for an Imaginary minstel 'Bradford county chamber of commerce -
'\ ? county In the state. would feel the effect of taxation on
; stock of local conditions and outline to raise I held last Friday at the I I
to the night
,, ---o- money carry negro intangible assets as provided In an- T. ROGERS, CHARGED

'\' N,'. I Although] the tobacco industry is policies of improvement. school. The program was: court house in Starke, membership other amendment, also adopted, permitting WITH SHOOTING SON,

only about a year old in the Bonifay -- Violin duet, Hot Times-Owen committees reported an active '' a levy of orjly: five mills on IN ALACHUA JAIL
RESTORING: CAME Griffin and Gussie Mae Bennett. est being shown in the work Inter'I'I
t,J, section, the farmers planted a large -* I the dollar, including tax for state,
! I'll Be Happy and Go in body. In addition to the new
Lucky My
rp county and other Gainesville Oct. 28.-J. T.
) acreage during the tobacco season, purposes. Roger,
St. Petersburg Independent: A old Kentucky Home Paul bers enrolled from other sections! of
and, the price they received was satisfactory Knight. The comptroller expressed no fear a white man residing near Trenton,
start bus been made by sportsmen Buck the Brooker made her
dunce-Mr. Nat county, first
t. in Now the Sternberg. of a reduced valuation on the tax who was arrested late Sunday night,
every way. of this state to restore to FloridaIts
:; ). progressive business men and farmers Local verses-Entire company. contribution tothe organization in rolls of the state for he believes that by Sheriff Ramsey, Deputies Dun-
bountiful supply of that ,
: game Square dance Ruth Sternberg the shape of eighteen members. Sec- the inpourinjr of wealth] result Moore Parrish
of that section are going to erect as a nig, and Redd, charjretl.with -
"' has been sadly reduced daring the (Lydia Pinkham), Lucile Johns retary Futch reported collections of ,''of the amendment's
and increased
adoption shot his
having last Sat.
wu ,8\0\ a $15,000 tobacco warehouse for son
jI last few
by ruthless hunters.
years (Evergreen Adams), Frank $210 form the membership.
':' valuation of property by urday is today in the Alachua
: \ storing und selling their product, county
Thu of
1'\; organization
sportsmen (Dunce Mack), and Gerald Mid- President Knight urged the membership -
of will take
..,.' and) the Bonifuy Advertiser that reason development care jail awaiting commitment trial!
; nays known as the Florida Game and F'i.h
." according to statements made, work dleton (Slewfoot Slmpkin). I committees to more thor- of all needed taxes for many years to some time this week.It .
., Protective Association recently helda I Nathan Prevutt made the hit of ouughly canvass their communities
will start on the building at an early meeting in this city and discussed the show. Ha/ received I for additional members. come. is alleged that Rogers hail 1
,' .' .date in order that it may be ready legislation designed so many en- I I I I lie called attention to the fact that quarreled with and abuled his wife
put a stop to cores that ho out of breath and Committee appointed to attend the j
,p\ ', for use for the next crop. "The warehouse destruction of birds, deer and other ( there are only 2,500,000 acres of several] weeks ago, and when she left
had to use a bellows to blow his meeting of the county commissioners |
.j; f;; and establishment of a tobacco game. The association is working to "Harmonophone". I and secure the appointment of a land, in Florida under cultivation and him and went to live with a marriedson
market in Bonifay the only devoted to farm he followed her threatening to
was prime 6,000.000 purposes -
i; a definite end and much has already Those taking in the minstrelwere county demonstration and I
part agent as-
) "
"kill the
object in view when tobacco there whole Saturdaythe
growing although are 33,000,000 family
been accomplished but the members ,
't\f : Mary Canova, Hazel Middle- sistance in erecting suitable archeson ;
: was introduced in the Bonifay section acres capable of being cultivated. man is alleged to have again
realize, that there is much yet to be ton, Florence Andrews the state highway at the
last Tho the Virginia county of the is caused trouble, this time with his,
P year. success of done and that it will take timo and Weeks Elizabeth Andrews Lucile lines north and south, reported that Development state in its
:-' present crop fully justifies the venture continuous effort.Pennsylvania Johns Ruth the commissioners infancy he said, adding that thereare younger, son, Will Rogers, and in
Gussie unable to
Stvrnberg Mae were
. ,; --i, and local business men and III' an outstanding Illustration 8,500 miles of water front in the the affray which followed seriously r
Bennett, Fredncka Struth appoint an agent at this time
I: + farmers uniting in their efforts Harriet ) on ac- state the and Gulf] wounded the boy and then
v are of what can be done by en- Ritch, Elise Jones, Lillian !I count of the. budget being made bays and ocean of got away.
' ,
p' up
and are determined to make their forcement of laws In restoring Mexico. Of this frontage 6,000 wiles However, the officers were later notified
proper Mr. Nat Sternberg, Frank but that they would do so in July
dream true the Advertiser Carpenter is of settled that Rogers had and
come the game that once was so plen- Newn Alvarez, Julian Canova 1925. Part of the demonstrationagent's capable being for homes, returned
nays. The soil] of that section is well tiful throughout the whole country. ; he said, and is being bought rapidly could be located.
Sammie Sternberg Gerald MiddletonOwen I salary is paid by the Federal
adapted to the growing of tobacco, Only a few years there was in all sections for this purpose. When the officers arrived in Tren
ago Griffln. Joseph Thomas Paul' government. The commissioners
, : and it goes without saying that a practically nothing to hunt in Pennsylvania ap- ton they found him sitting lna wagon -
Knight, Jacob Green Ritch 'I propriated $300 for the construction
. will be made both the with double barrel
success Game and those who of a shotgun in
gone and Eugene Matthews. Pianist the arches.
farmers and business men as a result wanted such sport-had to to other his lap. At first it was thought there
On the
go Leviton.
is a of the project. Times-Union. i legislative committee, L. FOR BONUS I SUIUNCE'ashlngton would be trouble but he himself .
states to get it. Then the sportsmen I, H. Partridge was appointed chairman gave

-0-- organized, secured needed ]legislation SCHOOL NOTES j I J. L. Frazee, D. C. Jones, G. W. \\ Nov> 9.A"nation- up.

EDUCATION: WEEK proceeded to enforce closed seasons Roberts and E. K. Perryman makingup wide campaign to stir up World War METHODIST

t Education Week brings home to and require hunters to observe Tuesday Nov 11th being Armistice I the committee. On fisheries the veterans and get them to expedite

r' Americans the astonishing fact that game limits. I Vay the students of B. II. S. president made the following appointments their bonus applications has been Sunday' school at ten o'clock a. m.

"a this country ranks highest As a result there Is now more were given a halt-holiday, much to : L. Wyman, chairman, A. launched by Major General] RobertC. E. K. Perryman, superintendent.

I.'c.' enlightened nations in percentage amongst of game in Pennsylvania] than in almost their delight. I I51.I Darby, E. M. Johns, Fred Beck Davis, adjutant general: ] of the Preaching at 11:00: o'clock next

t any other state In the Union. and L. II. Partridge. :More than half of the Sunday Mrs.Arthur
,; illiteracy. The Better Schools Lea- The students of the tenth grade : army. men en- morning by
There are birds of all kinds-deer, Action the of titled to adjusted have Wood. There ,'
gue calls timely attention to this are making plans to beautify their I on question tobacco compensation, will be no evenin

Amazing fact and gives these figures and even bear-though Pennsylvaniais class room with the aid of flowers growing was deferred until tonight's failed to get their papers to Wash- service at this church.

i t in proof: a highly-developed] state. The and potted plants. meeting at Brooker. The chamber of ington. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening

Percentage of Illiterates ( frame killed each year supplies food I commerce has been invited to meet Applications are coming in so, at 7:30.DEATH.
) persons that is worth hundreds of thousands ''at Brooker for this slowly that the machinery set
meeting and by
ten years of age/ or over unable to WILL MAKE NEW MAP OF as up
a of dollars and the fur that is taken i General OF M. S. PLANK
write in any language, not necessarily SUVRKE many of the farmers jf the Brooker Davis to l Issue certificateswill
annually represents more than a !1 section are interested in run out of material
tobacco early next
English) in Michael
4ho United States, 0; S. Plank died at the home
Germany, two-tenths of 1 cent million dollars. There are other benefits The city council has entrusted II. growing, the matterill be taken year unless the flow of applicationscan of his
stepdaughter Mrs. Ilrassett.
per ; ,
Denmark that are not to be measured In E. Lagergren with revising the map ''up at this meeting. An effort will be be stimulated.
t.. two-tenths; Swlterland, Sunday morning, after a short ill
five-tenths; England' ] l, 1 and cightI dollars. of Starke. The'present map, of which mnde to secure pledges from farmers'to Instructions have been\ issued to ness. Mr. Plank was a newcomer t>
What has been done in Pennsylvania ]- the supply is now exhausted is too plant a small all branches of the regular
; I tenths; France, nearest to the United a acreage to this crop, army, including this section, having resided ,'
can he repeated in Florida and faithful copy of the original and it is. further the recruiting services
States in this discreditable showing. map, proposed to organ- to Starke only a few Funera
i the value to the state would be enor made In IS'JtJ. This R. ; ize motorcade take every month of
stands only 4 and nine-tenths per map by F. a and visit the tobacco possible step in a decen- services were held at the underlayin ,
mous. Thousands of hunters would Ensey, was a master piece and growing sections where tralized campaign to
cent. Illiteracy is not confined to any was the planters get out the ap parlors of DeWitt C. Jones Wednesday .LJ
-onic here for( sport each season and accurate and sufficient for !' first
its day. can not hand information. plications. The' national: guard -
section of organized
but '
one our country It is afternoon, Or. J. J. Bull,n,
heavier in rural communities than in the permanent residents wjuld have But _Starke has made history duringthe I Every member of the chamber of reserves units, the navy and officiating. "of+

p I a chance to hunt in the fields and last decade und so many changesin commerce is urged to attend to- marine corps and the Red Cross .,
the ]larger cities. Nor is it to be at- woods. I The body was shipped on the ">' ..t
Florida has a better chance boundaries, streets etc. have been ; night's Salvation
tributed to the foreign-born for there than meeting. I Army, patriotic societies I ternoon train to the former horn.I I
had Pennsylvania to restore its made until the-old and
't' map has become similar orRanirntions have beenasked .
are twice as many native-horn illiterates TO" I thu deceased In Mich. AinjTai
NOTICE Moteska
supply there
game, as ts muchramI' obsolete. to supplement the
;1. as those of alien birth. froveiriment's pall bearers G. W. ,\ ,
Board of Bond were
here now, whereas Pennsylvania ]- The new map will be brought downto Trustees oft efforts
There are two major reasons for derman, J. F. Kickliter F. F. Stum
was shot out clean up to a few date and no pains will be sparedby County, Florida, will receive have submited applications of which ,
i this condition. First, failure of too years ago.! Mr. Lagergren to make it effici bids on the 2nd day of Decem- Approximately] 1.500,000, I ,I. II. Ritch, J. M.: Mitchell, II. H
:A communities realize the importance veterans Young.
many to ent. ber A. D. 1924, said bids to be openedat all but 5,000 have been
examined and
I'- of education and to subordinate PRESBYTERIAN 2:00
: o'clock for
--- p. m. the sale of either
acted upon or returned for 311"0. L. A. Davis and Mrs. E. V!
lessor civic
their support for BAPTIST I
I CHURCH BULLETINThe approximately: ] 2.000 rods 13-16
enterprise Next, the lack of asses: Sunday school at 10 a. ni. J. M. bination woven wire com correction by the veterans" bureau, Johns will leave Tuesday for i or ,

I ability to schools In sparsely settled Truby superintendent. revival meetings are on. Last mately 20 kegs 1 1-4 and approxi- Of the 1.500.000 application gon e f do to attend the meeting of '
I communities. The Better School Preaching at 11 a. m. and '7:30 p. Sunday was a real day of Revival. sale to be for cash only] Said over up to date: about 300,000 hav I state federation of Womao/s Clu .
and immedi-
1 League is working In cooperation m. by Rev H. A. Tucker, D. D. Large attendance at both services, ately delivery of wire and been found incomplete principally "
+'4 Mid-week Prayer Service Wednesday chile the Bible staples. because veterans either forgot tel, Born to Mr. ,
y Vith rather than in competition with school and young The Board reserves the and Mrs. A. W. \

rF the other existing national organtza. evening 7:30. people' gatherings were the best : reject any and all bids. right to irn their names ,r becau e the y derson Thursday, the 13th In-t A.

i tlons in Its efforts to make attainable Choir meeting at 8 o'clock Wed- yet. It is a splendid sight to see men i E. S. MATTHEWS failed to include their\ finger print,, daughter,

t Improvement In Individual situa. nesday evening. inquiring the way of Salvation, and i In these eases it was necessary to' ____ I

tions. Thus aid In organizing then I A cordial invitation is extended to alrondy there have been some to fully ]- i C. A. FUTCH. Chairman return pap-* far o">mvtlon, and ol, Mrs. Rowand, of Lakeland] i i, I

best: means for financing! equipping, all to attend these services I yield themselves tt Christ. Each Secretary ll-U-2t the 300.000 returned there are 140-, hag her niect Mrs.V) Andes

000 cases still onstanwng.ii I this week.t A tt


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