Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 21, 1924
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02256
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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BROUGHT[ TO JAX I i ARE REFUNDEDStupendous ; IN DEFENDINGHER I :Men Arrested Dies; Another.-After Iluaten.One :Negro;

!Lake"City, Nov. U.-Lake City lain
lir Held in Connection With !
Task Completedby HUSBAND ( a fervor! of excitment this morn-

Slaying of Negro Jail- Government on : 'Mtr i i Inft- over an action taken by n muss
-.i meeting heM (In the Columbia county
ed Here. Returns. iI court house lust night in which motions
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were made and resolutions
Jacksonville, Nov. 15.-To preventem Washington.. D. C.-A stupendous iI I I Home in Georgia passed. condemning: the alleged lawless -
from "getting together on an | task which ranks among the big accomplishments nets of masked men, who have
tlfci," as Sheriff Douglas, of Lake of the governmenthas Atlanta, Ga.-Shut us slio lay on been terrorising the colored peoplo
ty, explained two of the four whiten ', just been compl held there in connection with was the refunding of 23: per cent of *. .. of men attempting to abduct! her night in tho murder of W. L.
.e fatal flogging of a negro were H |; the income tax to Individuals who husbeitd Thursday night at their Shaw, a wealthy colored timber nndwood !
ught here last night and were in- paid in full at the time of tiling this \ I I home in Harulson county. !Mrs. Robert supply man and the whipping

$,'cerated in the county jail. I'vears returns. .. Stewart, wife of the "raiding almost to the point of death of
Steve- Dukes, proprietor of the The revenue act which was appmvid I parson" of thu North Georgia; Methodist 1'riest, Williams, another well-to-do
kef. Delivery and Transfer Coni- Juno 2, 1924:! provided for a I I conference died this morning colored man, owner of the Big Four
[any. of Lake City, and B. F. Eaton ployed at a lumber and planing received by individuals durum !Mrs Stewart was brought hero of two Inrgu corn and cotton
lilll at Watertown were docketed atthe the calendar year HI:!:!. As most income i >.est >riiiiy, from her home at Drake- farms sOuth of tho city.
: county jail here at 7 o'clock last,, taxpayers filed their returns townwhere her husband preached. In jail, awaiting thu action of the
jfht on charges of murder. I; on or before March 15 and as the I Two ImlU't' wounds. had taken ctTuct coronor'u jury in session today, are
|j Sheriff Douglas, accompanied by a I new law was not approved \intil June S 11hu body, one striking the tpinoclausing Stove Dukes, proprietor of thu Dukes
puty brought Dukes and Eatonre J it became necessary to return toI paralysis. I Delivery und l Transfer ('o., Norman
in an automobile. Norman Ives I I all I individual taxpayers who had A posse last night scoured thu Ivus Heavy Hauling Co., Cody Witt,
;)oprietor of the Ives Heavy Haul- I i paid in full one-fourth of the 9 lulls in the neighborhood of Drake- employed at II filling station of the
:fAg Company, was taken to Live I amounts paid. In the cases of those ._.. ..a01. :'{) town for men belived to have been :j Standard! Oil ('0., and I). ]F. Kutnmn: ,
ttk, Sheriff Douglas said, and Cody I who selected the installment plan \\' 5!. Butler, Captain-General the assailants of the minister and I employed, nt a lumber and planing
Pitt, employed at a filling station : of paying it was necessary to credit of all Coolidfe's forces throURhout/ his w If I'. Tout Carter is held on a I null Watertown.. They acre all
,at the Standard Oil Company, was them with, one-fourth of the tax reported nation, will succeed I the late blanket charge of suscipiun at Buchanan I young white men nnd are being hold
ept in Lake-City. I / I in, their returns. nutor Lodge of Mass.. mid carry (!u.Thu I"s suspects! in thu Shaw and WllIinms .
1 Sheriff Douglas denied rumors I I ..II battles for the President in the shooting occurred incidents.. Other
i'r When the records of the sixty-five Thursday arrests are In
hat the men were brought to ..Tackonville -I r ,A' .,: ':... collectors were examined! it was upper branch of Congress night, when three automobiles. drove immediate prospect. It was announced
,. for safe keeping. It was 1 _.TCii' found that more than 2,200,000:' tax- to the ,door of tho Stewart; home, this morning by Sheriff W. U.
ortcd last night that the four reo'' payers had settled their accounts in NEGRO IS 1UCTLK.NK1) asking that the minister ncconipnny. I Douglass./
had been rushed here when Wife at 14, mother at 15, widowat them on a "liquor raid" and
16, illiterate at 18/ .-bat a noted full when they filed their returns and TO BRADFORD COUNTY when Tim mutilated body uf Shaw wins
[Douglas feared an attempt would beblade physician at 82 la the life recordof that more than 1,000,000 Individualshad hu refused, suspecting II ruse Stewart found by Sheriff; Douglu.ts on the old
to remove them from.. the coun- Mr. Owen Adair of Warren- selected the installment plun of Jacksonville, Nov. 14. George said, the men attempted! to force White Springs road two miles from
iy jail at Lake City. town Ore. Unable to read or write payment. Johns, :25! negro, suspected of being him Into tim! automobile.! :Mrs. Stew- thu city mi Wednesday. ; the Sails
"Facilities in the Columbia coun- at 18, she became convinced that Immediately! upon the approval of Will Douglas, wanted here tor the art hennl tho Nculfle, seized her morning M. L. Chaxtnin, a farmer
y jail, are not sufficient in handling ed'iJrtion was all-important. Study.* tho new law by President Coolidgethe murder of Mbtcrcycle Policeman W. husband's revolver and( IIred two living near Jefferson brought t Williams -
,(iuch a case. We believed if we kept glided In r* to three become medical a physician degrees-, two, he bureau of internal revenue start J. Kelly, who was arrested in Ijiw- shots into the crowd, the lire l being to the city, having found the
he four men together they could of them abroad. She has also acquired ed work on the enormous task of reducing tey, Bradford county, several days returned und striking her down injured negro on the Lulu highway
I oncoct a scheme to beat the evi- a comfortable fortune. the tax liability reported by ago by Jacksonville detectives, has The minister recently hail been I about four miles from town. Wil
ence we have against them in con- more than 4,000,000 people, The been returned to Luwtey, lletectlvo connected' with efforts to bring about liams refuses to talk further than ta
section with the murder." I -- printing and distribution of thu! necessary Inspector C, II. Hurlbert said today. arrests ,of "bootleggers." I say that he was. ordered to leave

L. Shaw, a wealthy negro tim- D. W. HAZENOn forms was rushed to complo-! j Sheriff W. J. Kpperson, of lirudi Ten len Mold In Fatal / of town by five masked men ami fallinirto
wood supply man, was beat- Tuesday November 11th, the tion with the greatest possible] speed i ford county, with olllce in Sturke, Piisliir'M W ife.Shooting!! do so wu taken from his hotel by

the old White Springs road afflicted form of Mr. D. W. Haen Details instructions were drafted I the county seat cumo hero yesterday Ituchiinitn (!hi., Nov. 17.-Ten mull, II crowd In automobiles, all wearing
miles from Luke City Wedn s- became embraced in death's exactingarms and issued by the commissioner of afternoon fur thu negro and l returned held in the llaralson I musks und after doing driven about
county jail tonight -
morning.:. changing mortality into '1m- internal revenue for the information last night. Thc negro will be triedin und other arrests the "woods, WitH whipped! und kicked.
are expected
Williams, another well-to- mortality after an existence of sev- of internal revenue collectors in order Bradford county on charges of In connection with the fatal sheeting I into insensibility und left by tho
'/ and 1\\ 0 lafge corn and cotton I rare courage maul enduration the internal revenue service, !Detectives A. A. VVuthington andS. night ut Dniketown. Mrs. Stewart No cause is given for the attack
>. south of uLke City, was badly |' possible! for some few weeks before which extends to every state and insular M. llurll.ert, assisted by Sheriff was shot while attempting to upon the negroes. The rumor I Is! current -
lie was found on the out- I' the sad conclusion of life's closing possession of the United States Kpperson: and several deputies, vent alleged bootleggers from. horsewhipping pro- that Shillun.l t Williams hud
LW. of the city. chapter.Mr. might function in a uniform and, con- caught Johns in a shanty in Lawtey, her huslmtid the Kev Hubert (lied/ II bid to do the ban I I rig of sand
Douglas, according,: to ad- llazen was born in Bradford certed manner, with a view to putting where the detectives hud been informed Stewart.< SIrs Stewart died at loath materials I for the erection of the
reaching Jacksonville, claims I County August 20, 1853, being the the a:> per centreduction into !Douglux was hiding. They Atlanta hospital Saturday un new Sunday school chapel I In this
>ir I'. idi-iice of a damaging na- son of the lute Allen llazen an erstwhile Il1ImUI lte elFuct.. My the first of July ought Johns here for further Identification. .: morning. city unit thul their bids were lower
.tguinst (the men now under ar- resident of Massachusetts.With the work was well under way and Uu THANKSGIVING nmH.AMATKlNly than bids thud by cither conlractois.
; :Several warrants have been the exception of one year he schedule containing thousands of Because Johns acted suspiciously Hi. President! uf the United Sonm uxcited negroes have claimed
} out hut no additional arrests spent his entire life in Bradford names of taxpayers! entitled to the Sheriff Epperson asked the Jacksonville States of America: 'I thai II meeting i of members ft thu Ku
been made. County, most of which time was. refunds were noon being received detectives to bring him here to KIwi Klan was hold' !Monday aught inn
inqtip-t is to held at Lake Cityoiiaoetin spent in and near Brooker. In 1874 i iI daily by the bureau from collectorsin lie interrogated by Owen II. Hih- Wu approach that season of thu public building In thin. city, but thai
with the murder of he became united in marriage to every part of the United States. smith, superintendent of the state I Yl'at: when it has been the cusUm of i 1'lIhlhiR .iiaslncll iiutl' to cnniinct the
I Miss America Douglass, daughter of I Every: item certified 1 for refund was bureau of criminal identification, |; the Amurii-iiii puoj>bto givu thanks klan in uny way with the disc, It
the late James Douglass prosperous verified in the bureau and theschedules thinking the negro, was perhaps an for the /good( fortune which the houn-, has not hei-n determined whether the
Lake I ',itv--This morning James farmer and hero of the Confederatearmy. approved by the commissioner escaped convict or wanted in another I ty of Providence, through the 1C'nur- men undi-r arrest have any secretaffiliations.
Kohlm.tatc's; uttoreny of this ,i To this union eleven children and! returned to the collectors. The city., easiLy of Nature has vIsited upon .
udii-ial (iircnit( arrived from Perry :'I were born, two of horn precededhim actual drawing and mailing of the Failing to connect Johns with any I! them. It IM altogether u good custom. The entire city is worked UI over
fend ,is (1Iflduetthe examination of' to the grave by "a number .of chocks then began. The taxpayers I charge, and unable to identify him, I It has the sanction of antiquity and the incidents following, 10 closely
fitneise.bit'orc, the coroner's jury'I years. Those surviving him are his were not required to go to any trouble '; Inspector Hurlbert notified Sheriff the approbation .of our religious con- after the murder of former Chief of
ta the matter of the alleged murder I widow, Mrs. D. W. lIazen, of Brook- : or expense in connection with Knpurson" who had previously said I[ victlons. I In acknowledging the r !-j i i Pnlirt Hardy Rivers. Every; tfeort
y masked men of W. L. Shaw, color- I I er. E. 5!., O.V.. and T. C. Hazcn, of these refunds The checks w ire'I' he would prosecute the negro in I ('''IIt of Divine favor in ,'ontomplat-I, him been made to clean the town
., which occurred near this cityrl I Brooker J. D. llazen of Sarasota, 'simply mailed to them without any Bradford county if he was not wanted l lag the blessings which have been from its luwlnsn element that It wart
> Wednesday morninff. FOUl A. A. llazen, Gainesville, !Mrs. C.; effort on their part and in many Instances elilewhiere. bestowed upon us, wu shall reveal believed that tin' work had been suc.cessful -
and held i|)I ___ __ I the spiritual .strength of the
hit. under until
,( men arc arrest ''A.' Brown, of Brooker, Dr. O. B. Ha- came as a welcome surprise. natloll'l I, recently now evidences
luspeeth and two additional war-i zen, of Atlanta Georgia; Miss Eunice The total refund amounted to approximately CHAMBER OF' c.OIIBHCIJJ.'I'; : : : : The your has been marked of luwlessnus CHIHU to notice. The
ants were placed in the hands, of'' Iluzen, of Brooker, and B. F. llazen, $17,000,000. The mere AT UKOOKKU I continuation/ of peace, whereby our city in now determined to put down
onstnble %V. II. Brown this morning '' of Lawtey. signing of 2,200,000( checks in a few I country has entered into a relationship i tint element which has I been causing
()ortl) after the coroner's jury went I I5to I For the last few years he was Weeks' time by sixty-five collectors The regular weekly meeting of tho | of licttor! understanding with allj I trouble and with this end in view,
executive session at 0 o'clock. ,I j identified as one of Brooker's prosperous of internal! revenue, who are allowedby Bradford county chamber of commerce the other nations of the earth. Ways funds are being ruined! und every
jury'- hearing/ was conducted :' merchants; his business associates law not more than one assistant, met last Friday night at have been ruvuuled to us by which we power in thee hands of thu people will
behind closed! doors. It Is said about were never hesitant In re- was in itself a task to be contemplated ] Urookor and was well attend by citizens could perform very grunt .service be put behind Chief Grogi-ry of the
witnesses trm.. testimony, largej j I| garding his word as truth. with'some concern. Even in the from different section 'V the through the giving of friendly coun- I local police form, and the forces of
_______ '>1 a circumstantial character. Iv'ral || He was a possessor of all that I treasury department, which has paid county. Several intc'custud in the culture set, through the extension of llnaiicilll thu sheriff's office.
t-itilicd. it is stated that !! goes to make a good husband and out billions of dollars annually, the of tobacco spoke on the subject assistance und throuirh the! ...,' -I This morning Coronor W. J. 1 Kil-:
e U'tp'-cis' were seen together |I father. Early in life Mr. llazen ar1 '.issuance of such a large number of j| and' while it wan apparent that s veinl else of a spirit of neighborly; klndli-, wards enpanoled, a jury composed of
ci' Tin' .-danik'ht.. Priest! Williams 1 ceptcd Christ as his criterion, ad- checks In such a short period of farmers wore interested in giving noss to Ions favored peoples. Wo it. E.. Moore, W. J. Lord, P. 1 D. Sund-
neucrt. whipped, by masked menthe bering to the idea that a blessing time wan a unique oceurr ce. it a trial, it was left to the citizens should give thanlvi" for the power lin, ('.,lan iodbolt, W. C. Nihiser und I I'I'
night of the Shaw murder I is! I wan hid away in death. His convlc- The enormous task of making reductions of that section to get together which has been given into our keeping C. Siniiuilled to Inquire Into the
." Id"a hay' testified that he recog-< lions coincided with those advocated in the account of more and determine if sufficient acreage |: with which we have been ablu death of Shuw. The jury went intoexecutive
ed O. F. Kiistman, one of the men j by the standard bearers of the Primitive 1,000,000) persons was accomplished could l ho planted to secure the survI. -j to render these services to the runt rtcmion at 1 o'clock! this! afI -
held. A young man, whose name |', Baptist church, and he becamea approximately ninety days. There .... of a demonstrator. I I of mankind., I I ternoon.I .
s 'not given out. is alleged to have faithful and useful member of has never before in the historyof Many farmers uf the Brooker section I At home we have continually hud I icc' and the sheriff forces claim
Id the urthat Cody Witt, anothot New Hope Primitive Baptist church, the internal revenue ser- were present at this! meetingand / an Improving state of tho public to have evidence, of u damaging nature -
the. -uspeets! had indicated ;| and AS such remained until the blessed vice been a refunding operation comparable our farmers from every section health. The production of our industries I against the men tfuvf- held in
wen Shaw. body could be found, Master culled him to life eternal. in volume to the one now art urged to attend the meeting has been large und our harvest! jail. :Several; warrants, are out but no
m hl statement Sheriff Doug- Interment took place at New Hope brought to completion. each week. Bradford county l Is an I have baen bountiful. We have been additional' arn-ttH. had! been mudu ut
and < 'unstable Brown found the |>: cemetery November 12th, where -- -- agricultural section and the development I j'remarkably free from disorder anal ;, I o'clock., Three men thought to bo
alas "of the murdered negro. :1''Elder Robert Dukes in his distinguished SEEKING TWO ESCAPED of our farm land is the most I remarkably successful' in all those I I ImplicaU-d' in the affair, hut whoa
heriff Douglass thought it best manner, conducted the funeral CONVICTS .'lm1R: I important matter farmers and business pursuits which flourish during a names are withheld, were excused
remove tht' suspects and Stevee services "" men can take up. state of domestic pjtnco.' An abundant I after questioning! this morning.
tak- -- -- prosperity! has overspread the land .-- ----
and 0 F. Eastman were father miss Jacksonville
j Dear husband and we Nov. 18.-Police yesterday ( TilV 1 810KB) '
to Jacksonville! last night for safe |' J-IIW WRECKEIJON: III( A V We shall do well to accept all those J1IhI.OiNGlN:
you from our home; were asked to watch for two '
favors COURSE Of eq'iS'Wl'CflOS':
ant bounties
ping, and Cody'itt was removed I We mU you from your place escaped convicts from the state prison A Ford touring car, reported to with a becoming
,the Suwannee county jail at Live'Norman Life is dank' without you farm In Kaiford. They are Louis have been driven by negroes, came humility und dedicate them to the Contractor Quigluy is making
Ives. Jr., was held in We miss the sunshine of' your face Long, mulatto, 23, five feet nine inches to grief on the sharp curve on the Giver service of of all tile righteous cause. of the I rapid progress in erecting the new
local jail but ample guard was We miss! your kind and willing hand tall and 136 pounds in weight, highway near Hampton Sunday. As the good and perfect gifts. concrete store building on H, Walnut
ed conveniently in the corridors Your fond and earnest care and Henry-Allen, brown skin negro, Who the occupants were could not bo the nation show ha prospered, let all I street for I.'. ''. llollintfsworth. Ornamental
4 night Home is dark without you 28, five feet nine inches tall, and ISO; learned, but it was stated that the to people that they are worthy I' block ure used and gives the
;e testimony before the coroner's Wo miss! you everywhere. pounds in weight. driver attempted to take the curveat the prosper by rededicating America'to building n better appearance than
indicated it is said, that a car i I, -Contributed. The forme was sentenced to fifteen too high rate of speed and (kidded service of God and man 'I brick. A plate glass front will makean
% )asked men made two trips with yean in prison for larceny from off into the ditch, smashing one Therefore I, Calvin Coolidge, ; attractive entrance to the new
victims,. About 11 o'clock the car tered, pulled the negro from his bed Duval county and the latter was of the front wheels an.i bending tho President' uf the United States of building "
feved to have been employed by to which he was said to have been serving a sentence of eight fenders. America, hereby proclaim and fix y
ed slayers turned on to Rail. i j confined by illness for two weeks from Dade county. years Thursday, thu twenty-seventh day of thy in all ways! of the blessing that
avenue, headed for the Big I''!, past. Shaw put up a fight and grabbed CONCRKTU:' KO AII November, an a dny for national shall come to them.
Hotel! operated by Williams. I one of the porch posts, pulling TWO ESCAPE FROM WORK PROGRESSING thanksgiving I recommend that the I In witness whereof t have here
.Jam, was in the hotel office when j it loose from the building in his! effort people gather in their places of worship unto set my hand and cause to be
to come out and get a sIckout II 1 I to free himself from the attack. PRISON AT RAIFOKD Sunday's Times-Union carried the and at the family altars, and I affixed the great seal of the United
of a waiting car. As he''| Shaw was a big negro and continued following item concerning progressof offer up their thanks for the goodness States.
ached the car a gun was pressigainst -I his fight, the condition of his body Gainesville, Nor. 18.-Word was 'laying the concrete surfacing on which has been shown to themin Dont at the city of Washingtonthis
hI. side and he was told I. said to indicate. received by the sheriff's office here the !LanaI county end of state road such a multitude of ways. Enpoci- fifth day of November, in the
any cry of alarm would meant The moral and financial support of Tuesday of the escape. of James L. number thirteen: I ally I urge them to supplicate the year of our Lodl one thousand nine
death, but if he were quiet citizens was assured the city and McNealy whiu, and Mae Williams, Contractor Lytl made fair progress Throne of Grace that they may gather hundred and twenty-four and of the
ung would happen to him. county officials at a mass meeting negro, from the state farm Tuesday. laying concrete on this road strength from their tribulation, Independence of tho United State
f hour and a half later the car Thursday night. Lake City is determined The two men left the prison farm during the week, and at the end of that they may gain humility from the one hundred and forty-ninth.
gain seen in the colored sectioning to put an end for all time to in at model 1919 Buick touring car, the week had about one-half mile their vlcorles that they may hear (Seal) CALVIN COOLIDGE.
rapidly west on Washing- lawlessness in the vicinity and officials according to Information received laid through the town of Baldwin without complaining. the fly the President:
over long distance and sooth to the of the Sea that shall IHt placed CHARLES E. HUGHES,
treet. It stopped before Shaw's are urged to let no clue get by telephone. Direction crossing upon bu..lens//
Two men are said to have en- them without fuUeit investigation. of their flight! is not known. I board Air Line railway. i that they may be Secretary of State. j


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P.it LAWTEY I proper state authorities and removal I I the plain legal rights of Inferior beIngs -

from office of corrupt officials came who are without influence or
..-JISa11i 's i ta Lawtey Nov. 21-Mrs. C. B. Allen 1 I'within a few hours after nine persons "even opportunity to make a defense I

K I of Bushnell, was the guest last under indictment had stalled off against the machinations of local

week of her sister, Mrs. Charlie I :i trial by a plea in abatement. The pluocrats who enforce their decreeof

Teli1ptatic1is: Dmkins. II II I I I I'1' plea attacked validity of the grand I' force and fraud in the so-called '

: Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Geoghaganand II I | jury charging that one member had court of justice," was asked in the '
served as a petit juror within the presentment. "We make these recommendations -
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Rivers of
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--- -- Green Cove Springs, spent Sundayat I : past year and that the grand jury I the paper continued -
dusted face. Then I had been illegally drawn. "after hearing the sworn testi-
HER dresser, and my I ,
IN WHICH SALLIE PROVES the home of Mr. and Mrs. David
f WORTH asked my visitor to be seated. "Well, Durban.Mr. Argument on the plea was set by mony as to a condition that, if permitted
little Nurse-girl" he began, "it's Judge Willian B. Sheppard for No- to go unchallenged, shocksour

Returning to Jacksonville, I found Christmas Eve. What about a little and Mrs. C. Y. Mayo and Fred with Mrs. vember 21.Alfred consclnce and we believe degrades -
1 daddy very ill. lie called for me incessantly relaxation?" Moore, of Jacksonville, were week- : spending Gilchnst's a few days Mr. and Mrs. W. and Charles Land and M. the name and fame of the
parents, "
and when I was near by I jumped to my feet. I had not end visitors at the home of Mr. and B. Davis turpentine operators, state.
there came over him a deep calm realized the swift approach of the Mr J. H. Moore. H. Biggs. Sheriff C. D. Clark Judge W. T. It is very unlikely that those under -

that was noticeably absent when I holiday season. I had been so absorbed A change of operators at the S. A. Chafin of Calhoun county and two indictment will be tried at the
left him. Even when he would lapse and unhappy."I Miss Mattie Harley of Starke L. depot took place here Monday. deputies are those under In- present term of court which extends
into unconsciousness he seemed to was just thinking-maybe a spent Sunday here with her parents, Mrs. M. E. Morrison, who had the dictment.The among through next week, even should the
realize my presence. brisk drive to put the roses back in Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Harley. second shift went to Maxville and I warrants be held legal and the in-

Days passed with hours like big, your cheeks and dinner at the Wind Mrs. R. M. Tracey and daughter, Mr. Hazen of Brooker relieved her at the grand jurors fee also took a that slap dictments good said District Attorney -
county system, saying
black buzzards swooping by. There sor" I Fred Cubberly today.
relieved her.
Mr. Hazen of Brooker
Dorothy, of Orlando spent a few !
"We are of the opinion that much ofI
must be some shining hopefulness "Oh, I'd love it! I breathed. "But i
into Mrs. M. E. Edwards' residencenear
here last week with friends.
I the evil that exists in this district, When Disasters Strike! the
about youth that takes no cognizanceof I'd better not; he might need me. the depot.CALHOUN .
: relative the misuses of the American Red Cross
to with
peril, for while I knew daddy was the nurse is here, but he won't let Mrs. James Godwin and baby of process answers
quite low at times I refused to let her do anything for him. Starke are guests this week of her COUNTY OFFICERS i I of the local inferior courts as debt food, clothing shelter.

the thought of death enter my consciousness "I know," Curtiss Wright inter- parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Reddish. SCORED BY GRAND JURORS collecting agencies is the antiquatedfee When I read of disasters no limit
rupted. "That's all very well, but I system of compensation for court One thing makes me glad every min

I passed each day and night in the what of yourself?" Mrs. Enoch Griffis and daughter, Presentment Made Which. Charges officials, a system that has lost its ute.

', sick room, only slipping away for a I walked over to his side, and Miss Pearl, were visitors to Starke Various Irregularities of place in this progressive age and For in Death and Despair
one that has long been a of The Red Cross is there:-
little rest at intervals. Flowers came pushing aside the ruffled curtains Friday. Officials.PensacolaJJov. source
carelessly I glanced at the cards. breathed deeply. The sun, going graft, imposition and inefficiency in And I'm glad that I have a part in it!
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Roberta and "
.. 14.-Use of the public office.
From daddy's generation. Offerings down over the St. John's, )had touched -
son J. T. Thompson and of Join the Red Cross for the sake of
processes of the state court of Cal- Illegality the conviction of Ru-
from my friends came once, and then the blue stream with a fairy others. Annual Roll Call November
Jacksonville, spent Sunday here at houn county for benefit of private ben Stiles, now serving a sentence
s; ceased, as if I had dropped out of wand, and changed it to the pink and 1127.
the home of E. J. Roberts.
I their existence. This, in spite of the gold. 1I 1 parties and as a machine or contriv- imposed by the county judge's court

fact that the papers carried stories closed my eyes. Curtiss Wright I||I Mrs. Alex Williams;; of Jacksonville ance for the collection of alleged of Calhoun county was suggested to "Since its inception the AmericanRed

!' about daddy's serious condition. and at a little table. Rosy lights and was the guest Sunday of her debts and the imprisonment of per- Governor Hardee and the board of Cross has made history in the

There was one bright spot in each the tinkle of the fountain in the parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Stokes. sons for such debts, was charged pardons.The fulfillment of humanitarian ideals."

day, however-every morning, at the Japanese garden. Youth calling ] here today in a presentment of the conviction, the presentment -President Coolidge.
f I same hour, there came as If to greet youth. Oh, If I could Just go for din- I I Mrs. G. W. Roberts and sinter! federal grand jury that has been Investigating suggested, was procured by false The American Red Cross bas given

' me-a box of pearl-studded lilies-of- Miss Pearl Tatum were visitors to peonage conditions in testimony from witnesses coerced to I attention this year to 130,533 southern -

tho-valley. There was no card. I ner.A sound from the bed. Starke Sunday.Mr. Calhoun and Liberty county tur- falsely testify against Stiles, the homes. Answer the Roll Call

} knew they were not from Warren "Sallie!I" pentine camps. "victim of the peculiar jurisdictional i November 1127.
r Fisher, because every other day a His hand reached for mine. I had and Mrs. V. R. Reddish Negroes are alleged to have been system of that county, which is evidently -

spray of orchids came from a fashIonable never noticed before that it was not ted relatives in Starke Sunday. ViSI-1 arrested falsely and forced to work controlled by special interestsnow Tie Quinine Thai Does Ptoi Affecr The rieiAdrcause

- Eastern florist. There were smooth and firm like mine. It wo Miss of mvoluntarilly. The presentment, under indictment in this court." of Its tapir and laxative effect. LAXA
Bessie Terry, TIVE BROMO CUMIN. ((1..I ) be .
> cut also
also two special delivery letters on wrinkled and pale.I ville, spent from Friday to Monday\ which urged an investigation by the Pardon for Stiles and protection of br, n.,1:: ? without raufllnil' oprvouaneaa or>rinitind
b W OH<*a a mimnf.iiT hnx
on Tot.
tho table which remained .
unopened.But glanced over my shoulder at Mr. here with her Mr. and Mrs.
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the lilies-of-the-valley. Could Wright, at_ the same time shakingmy T. J. Terry. I
they be from Curtiss Wright? I head slowly. .

v wondered. lie was still an enigma. "You see how it is," I said. Alex Howe and mother Mrs. L "WE ARE THANKFUL"

t, Sitting beside my father's snowy bed "I think you're a wonder, a brick," Elizabeth Howe of Gainesville, were
there was time for contemplation, a he answered. visitors Sunday I t the home of Mr.
sort of mental stock taking. The He left me. and Mrs. A. A. Smith:

I trip over from Pensacola with Mr. Later Dr. Gray came and gave
Dave Durban, Jr., who is employed -
Wright had been uneventful. lie had
daddy something, for he quited and
at the Ford plant in Jacksonville
been most considerate and there
lay sleeping. The telephone began
spent Sunday here with his
were times when his attention almost ringing. parents. I
;, suggested the gentleness of a "It's Marj, Sallie; we're comingover I The many friends of Dr. W. I,

fr lover to make you go with us. I've Powell are glad that he is able t?>
Then late one afternoon there talked to Dr. Gray, and he says you resume his duties as pastor of Grace
r came a tap at the door. Daddy was need a little pleasure." M. E. church.
sleeping I
p I turned to the dear old doctor.
"Come in," I whispered. Mrs. Hattie Alvarez 'was a visitorto
P In came Curtiss Wright, smiling. He nodded. "A frame-up," he ad- Starko Thursday.

"How uo you do?" he asked gent- mitted, "pure and simple. Go with
5 ly. "I've been waiting to help some them. I will stay with your father." Chief of Police Silas Kite and Dep-

but so far you have been oblivious of But what would Curtiss Wright uty Sheriff W. W. Baisden, of
my existence.' think? I was undecided.To Starke, were in town on business

1 Before answering I crossed to tho ( b, continued) Wednesday.

Miss Dara Clark left I lest week

' J FIVE MILE Worthington Mrs.\ Hill Gaskins and for South Florida, where she will

'If f Harley Tyre, of Midway were hereon spend a few weeks with relativesand
j f ., Five Mile Nov 14.-Bill Johnson business Thursday. friends.

\ of Starke, L. L. Johnson and son,"I Mr. Grimes of Brooker, and Harris -
Rembert Carodine home
Rawson Johnson and P. P. Dekle returned Hilliard came
.t Friday evening from a sever- here were transacting from Jacksonville and spent Sunday .
al days' motor trip to the! fisheries. Friday. with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. Car- _.
Mrs. J. M. Mott visited Mrs.\ P. P. rodinI.
They report a pleasant time. Deklo Friday afternoon.Mr. .
Miss Onle McLeod Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. P. P. Dekle had as Ben Hannon returned here last
and Mrs Douglass I' P. Deklo were Saturday.Mrs. guests .of Mr.\ guests Saturday, Mrs\ Onie McLeod, week from the West. Mrs.. Hannon :
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Douglass.N. and other members of the family;
J. M. Mott spent Friday afternoon -
with Mrs. P. P. Dekle. H. Stokes, O. L. Mizelle and will come later, and will probably; /f'
spend the winter here.
I .. Mrs. Lillian Dekle and Miss Cath son, Jesse, were visitors here Thurs-

urine Rewon attended services at day. Frank Green, of Plant City, was
Little Springs( Sunday, and were din.t I Sheppard Dukes has returned the guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs

\ \t, ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam from n trip to South Florida. Charles Dinkins.

Dukes. \Mrs. P. P. Dekle was shopping in
;' Mr. and Mrs. D. J. O. Green visited I. Lake Butler Monday and was dinner Doc Alvarez of Starke, was a visitor

r. their daughter Mrs. Willie Par. guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. P. to Lawtey Thursday.

... rish, Saturday. Dekle. Owing to the usual fall and winter
Mrs P. P. Dekle and Miss Catharine
increase of trains on the S. A. L.
I ; Renow were shopping in Dukes "Without the assistance of the Ret Railroad, two extra operators have

I J Saturday.Mr. Cross', the problems confronting the been put on at the depot here, mak-
f 1 Harrell J. Z. Douberly and son, the Veterans' Bureau would be with- ing three 8-hour shifts.
i Jesse, of Lake Butler, John Clem- out solution."-General Frank T

mons, of Brooker Mr Knight, of Hines, Director of the Bureau.I Charlie Burck came home from
t t I ;Jacksonville and spent Sunday with .uta. ,ve..
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his family.

': The W. M. U. of the Baptist
church met Monday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. James Pitts. There

; was a goodly number present and a FOLKS F
very pleasant and profitable after- MIetR V AM- BQOOKRIb tIN

noon was spent. OUR L a01fiA IN A tMIRNT .k'

Little Miss Louise Thede while ,-
skating on roller skates last Friday TOWN r
I r. ,1 had the misfortune to fall and break _

her arm near the wrist. Dr. G. W. -

} Brown dressed the wound and the
";._' ... ... f") little patient Is doing as well as CURLY IS
could be expected.The -
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Ladies' Aid of Grace church
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.-- ,lJ ti.A7 .-. met Thursday afternoon at the homeof a
.. :Mrs. W. H. Miner. Twenty-eight ,
.... > \ members were present and the after- By
.. ,# ,, f\ .
.. i noon was delightfully spent.
'-rt I
r t. EdwardMcCullough
'q'j, ;
; ... p1/
1- ,, -. a;N?"1 The annual election of officers for '

Let at, th ..'. (. r'i .ilion ,,. .it ... mt and our l .' the city was held Monday Nov. 17, Q w
boys are nt h -mi. 1 t .'< jt' thank '. tun. that behInd and the following officers were elect- AUTOCASTER i t I I oe.
our dank ArtCI''lln i grille, brhuul! ur whim n,il, ed with opposition:
# wit, behind our +re'flit:, cnn-frei 'iroiitf., 'renee, thiie, t; For Mayor-R. R. Thede. -
stands, rcLiPuli'U! in tic American ciarntti-r. putt I 4 ''1 For Marshal .
and Collector. S. .
Fen.rw' I cv*ww tetra'
.S _E power, that r "1'/1\-,,, that love of country nmrkfil in ,. Andrews. LOOKR fCANT
l the lives of the Nation's ,
.ikf founders, and which
upon wAUC
SeM 1t!
{ For 7
rest the safety of American I idcaU. Councilmen-G. W. Roberts
"n Thanksgiving I it p.rhaps the most beautiful of G. W. Brown and Enoch Griffis.
r American holidays. It ol.l1s| : the floodgates of memo q For Clerk, Treasurer Assessorand ALL MUD i )r- I .
ory, it draws from the heart our human love and Registration Officer-L. H. Hill. 4
links anew our kinship with the Christ. Tf4
a Yet, what say v>a of those among us who are lonely ,1 C. S. Hill! was transacting business
at this hour those who try bcvulderc-d. to fathom in Union county several days last
the mystery; of Almighty reasoning, those who in '" week.
their suffering look with pleading eye to learn whet' N- I

r P to in their offer thanks.time of sorrow, they have at hanj for which; James Godwin, of Starke was a (
e r
de. In the suffering heart to-day let there be thank r. visitor here Saturday.Mr. v
W for Jesus and His. ability to the j _
run gamut of diviner and Mrs. T. S. Gilchrist and u.
emotion to the ,ast God has ruled (
melting children, of Brunswick Ga.
that only from out the pot of the agonies are 0e
may dyne the gold refined and pure.
aI All is well. The nation lives angel kiss the Fjor No Worms la a Healthy Chad
I cheeks of sleeping childhood while I
who have All chlbino troubled
with Warn km
Bone to rest repose in the arms of God-at ;, color,which l Indicate an noMlthy -
peace poor bkwd. sad u a /f
Let us give thanks. ee fjr rote. these !U man or In* Inmate clll___
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC given regularly
b two or three ..d..W enrich th. blood. Irapror. -
t ..F .the dUaMloa,sod net a. a General Stmufth- d a
cuing TOItIo to Ibe.......__ N.tar.will thee
w : brow off or dispel lb.worm*,ud lh.Child wUI b* f
la perfect beam '__ to uk. *. sap per battle.



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HOW'S TIllS? !: REO!) CROSS DUTY began rel* smr wiefr (lying marhines :..i

n\l.l.! CATARIIII lUKWEflVm will. to deal v ith the American
News of Florida in Short Paragraphs do c hat we claim for It--1 >i ur system :1

I .. .-- -.-... ....- ....-<... .-..........-......... ."-. .-... -\ of Catarrh Catarrh or ,.nfntj miseJ. by e-J r.i VETERANS; This Week eagle here. -

IIAI.l/S CATAItllll MKniriVK: consists The mistake op a towerman sent

Live State News I Relieves I of the an catarrhal Olnrniont, Infliirnmntlon.which Quliklv and I .H coal car into u crowded trolley ,

j the Interim! MetltflTM! arnnl,', whichI car/ slicing oil one end of it, killing -
I nets through the Blood on the Mucous '; tun.
Spends Nearly ocr: Millions In
tions.Surfaces, thua restoring normal" condi- Tho towerman admitted that he

Told by Our Exchange, Sold by druggists for over 40 Tear Year to Lessen Burdens of had been ,drinking and a flask of
F. J. Cheney. A Co., Toledo. Ohio. moonshine whiskey backed up his
Disabled Soldiers. statement. 1

giving opinions and advice on legal The towurnmn will be punished,,
4 ort Pierce-Flood waters stand meets here December 4 and 5. Officers matters whoso status as an attorneyof and ought to be.

flow only in very low places, and in expect the largest attendancein record is undetermined, be r'qulr-1 I SERVES 63,700 IN HOSPITALS s. What about the man that sold I 1

costly places the truck farmers have the history of the organization. ed to file with the clerk of circuit By Arthur Brisbane the him the whiskey did! In that case:
bootlegger not merely
started plowing fields where Efforts are being made to get the certificate of admission
already court a to j I violate the prohibition law. He a,
high waters had destroyed the early government to send two of the Unit- the bar before he can abstract any Every Case Is Given Individual committed! murder. Wouldn't It be

[falljcrops, according to A. Warren, ed States'best mosquito campaign court records or papers. I I Service-Assists Families of THE LOONEY GAS. worth while to do something about

county agent for St. Lucie. I experts here at that time to lecture WHAT OF THE BOOTLEGGER. that

B l* Ito 1 the delegates. Tampa Tuesday December 16, These Men Everywhere.
Jrlando-After 187 days in coldstorage has been fixed by the board of public WHAT is GOVERNMENT The day devoted to national
two boxes of oranges have West Palm Beach-Too many automobile government being over, not to come
[bean opened here and the fruit found accidents are the result of instruction of Hillsborough county Washington.-The need of Individual MR REA RETIRES. gum for four years, it
for voters of the Tampa special worth while to establish definition
t the of excellent flavor, with full recklessness by drivers Commissioner school tax district to decide whether assistance by service men and of government.According a

juice content, and as "fine fruit" as W. J. Bedell vice mayor of this they want to issue bonds amountingto tbelr families from the Red Cross IsI Following experiment in the to Aristotle, it Is "first/ .

they ever tasted, according to those city believes, and he proposes to I $1,000,000( for an extensive school'I I as pressing today as It was Intme- manufacture of gasoline In a to see that men shall live; second
fight for a remedy for the situation. Standard Oil plant many em to that shall live well\ '1
who ate some of the oranges. building Holding of the j I dlately after the end of the World lOCO they
program. ployes attacked with
were strange Artetotleletheory
Mr. Bedell commenting on an acci- 1 I That/ abbreviation of
t election was made possible by adop. War. For aU yearn this work. baa illness producing insanity. Five
fSprmond-The winter home town dent here in which two school teachers in A. E. Zimmern's admire
tion of constitutional amendment j I been foremost of all Red Cross of them died.R.porten. .
KfJJohn D. Rockefeller is going to were injured by a recklessly driven a sertlces. able essay on Greek politics Is as
$250,000 "fixing A bondere in the general election November 4 and In emphasizing the steady fond of striking{ good a definition as any.
Band up. declared ho endeavor
[ would
car, names, rail the strange "loony
when the people of the state approvI public gas To see /first, that men live, they
for that much was voted by support of this work the Red
to get through the next legislature -, : gas. Scientists don't know just are supplied with. what they need
ZLII city in Tuesday's election. The a law requiring all automobile ed the proposal to create school tux Cross National Headquarters urges what it Is. The public is excited and are not killed by their enemies

oney will go for a town waterworks drivers to pass a rigid test before : districts and give them authority to ( the largest enrollment this year during about the dreadful poison gas, and and second, to see that they livew"li.

plant and for additional puv- being granted a license. bond up to 20 per cent on the dollarof the membership campaign openIng the prosecuting /attorney I. Investi in comfort, free frost worryt

Ityj and water system extension. assessed property valuation. | on Armistice Day November 1L gating. that's government.Mr. .

_'fallahassee-The state railroad ment Chipley from-the According state sanitary to a state-live Hastings-A decision reported to Nearly four million dollars of Red There are gases in existence: that Ron because he reaches the

advised the the road department Cross funds spent for disabled veterans would unable half a dozen fliers to of seventy, retires from the
Commission has been by live stock board received cattle have been made by sUite age
( and their dependents during the lull 8 hundred thousand people with of the Pennsylvania
[latorstute commerce commission that owners in this section tick eradica- to re-route Stato Road No. year ended Jane 30 last presents some tho greatest ease. And that multi- Railroad\ to make room for a

stsneeting will be held at Sanford tion work which started in Zone 13 4 and leave this place off the main Idea of the magnitude of this work. plied by ten, or more, is exactly younger man At seventy a man

ember 3 on the state's complaint on May C, 1921 has progressed satis- highway along the East Coast will The current year it la estimated, will what would happen/ If this nation should, be at his best, and Mr. Kua .

earding extra charges on ship- factorily to date. If the cooperationthat be fought by the people of this section call for still further disbursements of and its big cities were attacked by undoubtedly\ is at his best mentally

frttenta from Florida of precooled has been extended so far is con it is announced here. A special | funds for the reason that the Red enemy fliers and found unprepared.That .. and therefore at the most efficient f'

re etables in dry refrigerator cars. tinued in Jackson Holmes and committee has been named to con- Cross through than I ought to interest the peopleeven nsrlod of his life.. For men that
more 3.500 Chapter more than the unfortunate ex-
and think .
live wisely as they live
In the Hastings
duct the fight. writing -
Washington counties, the statement (In as communities la the in the Standard Oil
Oaytona-Asa G. Candler, fa- many periment / < plant. Ihe most rtliricnt year of>.lfe
said the board would be in Chamber of Commerce regard- United, States
Cocoa-Cola of Atlanta is a position baa been called uponto should come between seventy and
to start releasing this territory ing the matter Judge II. B. Philips help the ex-service men In making Cornelius Cole who knew Abra- eighty
Fftxpected here on Wednesday Nov. chairman of the road ham Lincoln well di d. in Lou
on or before January 1, 1925.) department ont their applications for the adjusted "
9, for a duck hunt with R. B. Paceti, Bald it did not seem practicable to compensation granted la the so-called Angeles, aged 102. lie. pructiaudlaw Gladstone was at his best when

developer of Inlet Terrace. It is un- Daytona-A new bond issue for build the permanent Road No. 4 bonus law. when past 100. |past seventy, lighting in the House

I dovstood that Mr. Candler is backing the erection of a large auditorium through Hastings because of the Newspapers' always mention thedeath of Commons' debates, at four in the
Ithe of half-million to.?.? Soldier Cases. a Month of n man that begins his morning. .
a on City Island! purchase and devel- 16 miles additional mileage necessary (
dollar hotel at Inlet Terrace The Red Cress work. for the disabled '1I''onII'l'ntury. Tho time is coming Von Moltke was seventy when ha
[ opment of parks, equipment of recreational and conditions existing along when to die younger than 100 will took charge of the Prussian army
I I soldier Is designated "home service
grounds construction of a the route between Hastings and Std be the exception.
IDaytpna-The new Florida EastOrlandoAn ," for It gives Individual attention and wiped nut the French. Clem-
: municipal golf course and other improvements Augustine. rticmiu wan long poet seventy and
[Coast railway depot here has been to the man and his family approximating
not included in the last I A cablegram tells of 3,000 crows Koch was nn old man, retired, when
Wmpleted and will be opened within bond Issue is being advocated by local Sanford Problems besetting the the Interest and loving care near Nevers in France' chasing an the two combined did the next two weeks, officials an- of the home. Such service la the hospitals
eagle into u French chateau, whereit what Von Moltke had done to
citizens. A of heads of
[Jijmnced. The structure is of Spanish meeting/ movement of the great winter truck camps soltors'' homes and was killed. by the keepers"" of the Franco.

[design and is pronounced one of the civic bodies and the city commissionwill crop from :Florida this season were sanatoria averaged 33.J51 caaes a place.

Ltteatest and prettiest" stations on be held within the next two discussed at an important meeting month during the y.ar. Assistance That should! Interest Uncle Sam. Good news for mothers and little

[the F. E. C. line. weeks at which time the entire pro- here at a meeting of vegetable ship- to ex-service men and their dependents The eagle is his bird. And the day toys, Tho X-ruy destroys ring
will be and public is when eagles and, worm. It has stamped, out the illiti -
gram gone over pers of Seminole county this week. J. averaged 61,767 cases a month. coming/ crows /
( election, to be calledfit sentiment sounded. Curtis Robinson secretarymanagerof In addition the Red Cross In tbe last lire not to bo tho only lighters in >nso !Krnnre and will do It any-
the air. 'Whprl'Inth..rll! that have struggled -
'once to provide for a bond issue of the Growers and Shippers League, twelve months provided S3.000 recreation
will welcome
The of noliie with
Tampa A movement has been sight a eagle pursued ringworm
[$430,000, has been decided by present. Lettuce will begin mov- and entertainment events In the
started here by city officials and oth- l>y 3,000\ miserable crows, and thnt information Tho X-ray -
city council. Of the amount the vot- ing from this section around November hospitals and, camps ll'mlly; killed! l Isn't /pleamint the organism! that muses the
ers interested in the project to floata
Fersvwill be asked to apprdve $155,000 15, it was brought out during the Thus tbe Red Cross symbolized as There might bo more unpleasant ringworm with n bombardment as

"m go to the liqudation of the city's I special bond issue of $1,000,000 to meeting and the proposition of the "Greatest Mother," still wstrhes sights in this country.. If wi hud. deadly, In tho ringworm parasite
pay for erection of a complete new war und our enemies Kutt or Weet us is shrapnel, to human being
[past indebtedness and $275,000( is to adopting a more standard crate for over these many thousands of men

abused for paving and street im- hospital large enough to accommo- this vegetable was urged. Growers comforts them holps to lighten the te-
date 250 more patients. The recent dium of their physical reconstruction .
[pitoyenients. here are inclined to believe that tho
improvement bond> issue of $3,000- and In their homes lifts some of the
7 1-4 by 15 1-2 by 20 inch crate TABLE
Let the iced, Cross write as SUAIIOAItl TIME'
000 the you
Miami The full-rigged/ training provided sum of $215,000 for which has been used with satisfac- burdens from their "own people" "

1bl.!, 1 for the Belgian/ merchant ma- improvements or additions to the tion in New York and New Jersey Work In Communities Increases "one who the loves Hull Call his fellow November mnn.11- (In effect May 11, 1021))
i.' has arrived in here after a Cordon Keller hospital. This Mayor Answer -
r port
should be adopted here instead of The homo/ service of the Red Cross
Voyage' of CO days crossing the Atantic Wall points out, will have to be an- 27. Southbound-
[' the 7 1-2 by 18 by 22 inch package. wall tbe most premtiuii duty of 2.B08
The which has nulled if the new issue of one million I
ocean. vessel Stark at 11.38
Chapters an Increase of 182\ communities Through tho Rod Cross personal No. 1 reaches p. nvNo.
e]auxiliary power, first sailed from dollers is decided upon. Jacksonville Henrietta Bowman, your
where problem affected by the
I survive tt> humanity is multiplied 3, 11:02: a. m.
Antwerp to St. Petersburg/ and is Tampa-The second trial of "Big ten days old the daughter of Mr. and war' veteran's condition required solution thousand fold. JOIN November
on the return voyage. Paul" Iluhn alleged principal in the Mrs. H. E. Bowman of 1022 East: I through Immediate and Intelligent > a 11-27. i No 21, Cedar Key 6:00: p. m.
I No. 18, Limited,, 1:10 p. m.
the Church street the world's second assistance. The Chapters alone I
fallahassce-Trustees of the Int1al Hava-Tampa cigar factory
adrenalin baby continues to improve.The expended, some 12.000.000 In this NorthboundNo.
Improvement fund disposed $42,000 daylight/ payroll robbery of Ited Cross membE1'Iaro mighty -

of(only about 1,000 acres of the 1G$0&'acres ,- March 29!), will be held in criminal baby was snatched from deathon work. forces for human wvlfnre. lie One I reaches Starke 5:08 a. m.No. .

that had been advertised court here December U, according to the night of October 28, by Dr. The transient disabled soldier, usually null Call November 1127. 4, 4:20: p. m.
| Russell II. Dean. The injected suffering from disability or tuberculosis
fulrsale in Dude and Droward coun- an announcement by Judge Lee J. physician No. 20, Cedar Key, 8:60: a. m.
Cr-;;;;;; ; who
three drops of an adrenalin U almost everywhere a grave "The Rod helps those
tilee The sold In size Gibson. Iluhn was convicted at his Limited 6:67 m.
tracts ranged No. 10, p.
From national funds tbe and
problem. when need It
first trial solution into the musles around the / need l help they ,
I and to 20
[from 20 acres to more than a hun- sentenced yearsin
U73.076.2a was uxpended In It." PresidentCoolidgo. Wannue IJranch-
child's heart and signs of life immediately year where they need -
state prison but the
dredacres each and the reccivfad.'averaifed Hillsborough
prices helping the Chapters to cure for these Starke 7:40
according I appeared. The first case of No. 101 loaves : a. m.
around $50 an county grand jury after an investigation I
I wandering men.According No. 101 arrives Starke 3llS p. m.
this kind occurred on October 18, in;
of the
to .1. Stuart Lewis secretary case, recommendedthat : a
to government report Every: American Everywhere
; GltIFJo'IN.AIr.a"
T J.
I Los Angeles. A baby there was /given ,
he be
14 e trustees. given a second trial which Ked Cross. JOIN
there are 4,800 veterans In civilian In. Member of the
life the of
through use adrenalin. It
was granted by Judge Gibson. I and the national homes
dilutions In / November 1127.:
Daytona Several speakers of is considered, one of the most remarkable .
tot soldiers tho complications are Increasing ,
rStuthority home economics health Tampu feats in medical science.
on -Lesley brown city manager The large groups of patients

t#.nil'7afnliated'$ subjects are expected of Tampa, believes he has the I whose claims have bean disallowed "
) West Palm Beach-With the -- ------ -. ": :
to address the annual meeting hererCtawmber best solution for the city's traffic pur- of veterans of foreign warn, ':::":- -

29-30 of the Florida EeoInomlc problems which have grown to such chase by Stiles C. Hall and Kelsey and the great number of men permanently I

Association an organization an extent that the chief of has 1>. I'urdy. of this city of a tract of .1
police resident In these Institutionscall .... ..;
:htad of home demonstration been authorized to land comprising 525 acres just west I
up put on more ml'n. for Red Cross work which can
clehg and similar bodies. Among the restricted of Boynton local real estate men
parking/ space arranged not be avoided nor den fed.'
[speakers invited Dr. Harvey W. and other profess to see the beginning/ of a''
are measures adopted In an effort Definite Service to 73.70O
Wiley( whose subject will be "Proper to make automobile riding and high class residential subdiviuion. !
Of total of 84,500( service men
[Nutrition for Children of School other forms of travel through the Although the actual purchase price a .r
1&- congested district safer and subjectto was not disclosed the tract, with I In hospitals and other Institutions 73.
700 were rendered a definite and specialized
contemplated improveemnts, will
the fewest represent
possible delays. His
Gainesville Contract for the $50- service by tbs Red CroHM.
remedy "More; an Investment of around ,
is: walking by the
; [
I thai new administration building of projects to be started in the near future were presented and a total of 20,121 r..: '- ..:;

fh ''University of Florida has been Gainesville-Much is lost to truckers according to Mr. Hall, Include I waa acted upon tbe magnitude agures which of tbe serveto Information i ....-: -- ...: .

[awarded, to a Boston concern it is and gardeners because the establishment of a Venetian city Illustrate ,
every year and claims service. engaging
[Announced by Dr. A. A. Murphrey : of powdered mildew a disease utilizing one of the two lakes
tbe attention of Red\ Cross"" work-
I president, of the institution who has the
..which attacks several inportantcrops joining property. ad-I ers. New veteran legislation amending
Jusrnturned from the north. Thin during! lute fall or early win- the War Risk act which extends
West Palm lleach MIBS
tJ'ot instrument Dr. Andrew is the gift Johnson to the unlver-j. ter. Besides shortening the life of the Elizabeth Potter, one -of the pioneersthat many additional rights. to disabled. ex-. i Buick Continues
plant through injury to the
foliage I service men will reopen thousands of
raised this
from wilderness
Augustine, and the contract calls for a
/ I the disease often decreases the Red
market eases and require lUll greater
is dead here after illness of'
[fawtallation by May 15, 1025.)
value of the product becaus of Cross service. I its LeadershipFor
about two years' duration. Miss Potter -
I I'bid the unattractive appearance caused. When Congress granted a charter
S __ etersburg Sponges in the followed her brothers to this i
This disease can be cheaply controlled )- to the American Red Cross It charged!
[ .:north of Tarpon Springs are get- section when it was almost a track/
by dusting the plants with the organization with the duty to act
|tlnfrscarce.:][ : according to Captain less wilderness when she was in Buick has first
the seventh consecutive! year :
flowers of between
of sulphur, accordinjto G. as "the medium\ nummnalcatlon
elter.. 'Toplhf, sponge inspector early middle homesteaded I I
\ age on a Automobile
of at the National
F. ''Weber associate plant pathologist the American people and their choice space
{working under the United States hu- 120-acre tract which extended from
of the Florida Experiment Sta Army and Nay,." This responsibility Shows. This signal honor awarded annually by i
Teai i'.ot;: fisheries. For this reason the what later was Gardenia street
tion. to the enlisted men .and their familiesIs the National Automobile Chamber of Commerce
:dlvoza1Lave been forced to give theItaUTaTrest southward bounded on the east by
without restriction. the
net every year to the manufacturer-member having largest
and they are now ..cour1n..IUI. Tallahassee Oral the present Dixie Highway. She lived
arguments on Serves M.n .n Active Service volume of business for the preceding twelve
I gulf bottom around St. the motion of the defense for a new to see her land change from a tropical -
li;John's 1 Pass and Indian Rocks, where trial of Aubrey Lee Nickels probablywill morass into the very center of The extent of this Red Cross activity months.In I

lth.;beds are scattered and catches this of during the last year embraced J a
not be heard by the state supreme city 25,000 now thickly built winning and in maintaining this enviable
total of 1)5.24 cases There were
afro reported better. with business buildings hotels and
court during the has demonstrated ,
present year after BUick
3S,"i separate soldiers' and sailors'cUlns pout ion year year
|cocoa S-Full preparations are btl- according to present Indications. residences. It was forty year ago ; M41 Investigation ef home conclusively that the true value of any automo-
:Nickels' is confined this fall when she came here from
Tlag>;in d'. here to welcome the large in the Volusia conditions; 11.421 cases related to discharges bile i is reflected in the consistency! with which

*.ieleaation expected to attend the county jail under death sentence following Cincinnati furloughs, etc. Assistancewas the public buys it.Sincetheirltraductiun.

third'annual conference of the Flor- his conviction of a charge of given In 29.(SI Instances for personal I'
IdaTAnti-Mosquito Association which criminal attack on a white woman of SUBSCRIBE TO business or family problems; of the 1925 Buick models,

DeLand about two years ago. Nick TilE TELEGRAPHTo 744420 visits were mad. te the sick public patronage has increased to an even

? f>: A TONIC els' case has a unique record in the or dlaabled and nearly ...//HO letters greater degree-

OrvT. Tasteless chill Tonic restoresEnergr criminal history of the state. It has Stop a Cough Quick I and telegrams dispatched te the

.nd twice been before the state pardoning take HAYES HEALING HONEY a I, homes of ..IIate
: Vitality by Purifying and board, three times before the cough: medicine which scope the cough by Prom Jane to September at lbs no- manufacturing ability that have provided newer

Enrictiltvt: : the Blood. When you feel ItstrwnalboBing. state supreme court and !is now before healing the Inflamed and Irritated tissue mere.. military training caatpe the and better Buick cars without departing in anyway

invigorating effect see how11teIng.eola l the latter body for the fourth A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE Red cross srevlded Information and from the fundamentals of power economy
to the cheeks and how SALVE for Chest Colds Head Colds and .
I time. BOOM service to the trainees, also latrvcttea and dependability for which all Buicks have
tt improvesi the appetite, will then Croup la enclosed with every bottle ofHAYES'
you U First AU add Llf 8vrag. I famous.
I Orlando--Tbe" HEALING HONEY. The salve been
appreciate Its) true tonic value. Ear Association of
The esrtertaJBTiMat sad recreaOea
should be rubbed on the cheat: end throatof
Grove'. Tasteless chill Tonic ls simply the Seventh Judicial District has children suffering from a Cold or Croup. events at the various Army aae N.vyhospitals COMPANYJ

kea sad Qiintoe suspended In syrup. Sopteiieant adopted the code of ethics of the Th*HMlto' tnVt ef lUxV HmllnJ Knnrv hr" ) reached nearly 1,601 elarlac LAKE CITY BUICK

even children like it. The bloodseed American Bar Association. The organization .Ui.th.throne eoroMMd with th. hMllos east of the year, aae occupational tberasn/ M. South M*.*..r.

*QUININE to Purify It and IRON to also baa submitted to the Cram a...iu s O-Pm-Trtu coos Mop e cough.sh* iJuvosh the' f* al aiae Naval beepltals gave eoaMractlve Baker Bradford Columbia and Union CouDtie.

Korku: IC ItestzoT* Malarial 'germs and presiding judge of the district a Both mn.ii<.tm packed to OM arts sod the and .beneficial resvlts and oc epie4 > ,

ClIp fanne by lu Strengtienln. InvlgorCSect < recommendation that In future any COM of the ambled trauaMM I I.Me. the time of patient la the -,- built, Buick will build them
Just ask for ItA YES"HEAUNli automobile are
m+/ SOc.r person in the district who has been HONEY.your druggist .lag ef ...fal sad oraaaeatal tbisgs When better

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FRIDAY NOVEMBER! 21, 1921.Phones .


Mrs A. Z. Adkins, as chairman, pre] Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Dyal spent COUNTY COURT NEWS i Wilkinson was granted freedom
I from the jail sentence,
siding. '[Sunday with her parents.Mr. upon paymentof
-- c.a.i. 1 :Mrs. R. J.. Davis accompalned by and'Mrs. H.. D. Wasdin haveas State of Florida vs J. B. McNeal, I fine.
.c> Mrs. Perryman, sang two delightful their guest Mr. and Mrs. Rob drunk and disorderly. Case set T6r< : State of Florida vs J. L. Grid-:

songs,,.My Laddie," and "Her Rose." Gill, Mr. Tom Gill and Mrs. Gertie Nov. 22nd. i charged with forgery. Case set forK

4 <-EPci.ei The principal speaker of the afternoon Cadwell and son, Dewey, and Mr. State of Florida vs Henry Mitchell in 'Custody v.,,2.4th at In'2!default p. m.. of Defendant now

Mr. 1C. H. Hume, presidentof John Ward Gill, of Georgia. \ Jr., assault with intent to commit appearancebond.
the Glen St. Mary Nuseries, was Mr. O. W. Dyal was a visitor to murder. Set for Nov. 29th, 2., p.
of Florida D. T.
1 ", VB Luke|
indeed for- Sunday.
-- ----- introduced. The club was Sampson City m. '
1 tunate in having Mr. Hume as a Mesdames II. D. Wasdin, Will disorderly conduct. Plead guilty and
State of Florida George Jones,
1O9II vs
21) und sentenced to a fine of
was pay :;;
't... speaker. He has long been interestedin Jones, Rob Gill and Gertie: Caldwelland carrying concealed weapons. Plead
and costs or 60 days in jail.
t I. beautification and civic improve son spent Monday at Waldo with 1
guilty and was sentenced to pay fine
I Ii' BEASLEY served a tempting salad course. Pink ment work and was well fitted to tellus Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wasdin. State of Florida vs Henry Ken-
MR. AND MRS. and )owls I of $25 and costs or 3 months in jail. nedy, et ala., criminal tresspasa.
(i' CENTURY" Radiance roses in vases make Starke"City Beau- reunion -
ENTERTIAN 20TH for decorations in the how to Those attending the family State of Florida vs Charles Wil- I Case set for Nor. 22nd, 10 a. m.
I" BRIDGE CLUB ,, were used tiful." at Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Was- kinson and wife, transporting Intoxi- State of Florida vs Arnett Tompkins -

: Bridge dub met spacious,Toms. Mr. Hume took care to look over din's Sunday were: Tommie Wasdin cating liquirs. Court instructed juryto ; ,"passing worthless-check. Case
The 20th Century practically all of Starke during his and family of Waldo, Mr. C. Fogg find verdict of not guilty in case motion of
of '' nolle\ prossed upon state.
Thursday evening at the home MRS CM AS. LARSEN brief visit and he found that the need and family, M,.. and Mrs. Will Jonss, of ,Mrs. Wilkinson. The jury, composed Tompkins was brought here. from
01N. EORru.
Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley GIVEN AWARD of improving and beautifying our Mr. and Mrs. Math Wasdin and little rof Geo. F. Young, A. C. -.-.Stunner ,West Palm Beach by Sheriff Epperson.
the toUymt COAr'OSITIONI -
;' Walnut street, with Mr. and Mrs. S. L.; SONG town is very great.In son, T qmaa Arnold, Mr. and G. H. Bennett, T. N. Kendrick, Fred Tompkins made check? good and
; members present: the first place Mr. Hume stressed Mr" Alvin Wasdin, of Brooker, Le- Carlton and J. G. Crev a., found :paid costs of case; ,
G. M. Inman.-Mr. received nrW. ;
I' Peek, Mr. anJ Mrs. Mrs. Many requests having been the fact that we must clean up." Roy Wasdin, of Manning. Mr. and Wilkinson guilty of the charge.; JIe., R. Dixon va-Alex Sumner, at-
and Mrs. N. iSternber "Mr. and for a copy of the song adopted by whether Mrs. Rob Gill Tom and John, Ward
as all debris cigarettes, paperor was given a fine of $100 and coats $100
tachment, damage
: r .I F. F. Stump, Mr. and Mrs.Biggs L. Mrs.Catherine Wy-. the Polk County Federation of Worntint anything, mars the appearance of Gill, Mrs. Gertie Cadwell and son, or two months in jail, and to stand R. F. Demorest ve Sam Niciwla
man, Dr. and Mrs. E. L. le Clubs, the Star-Telegram gladly of Georgia, David Durban, of
and ; our streets and yards. up our Dewey, committed to the county jail for petition for removal.of..tenant.
Davis, J. J. T ruby words of this song
;', reproduces the vacant lots, cut down the weeds. Jacksonville, Hazel Taylor, of Brooker four months. Appeal was made to
'' Miss MaWe"Weller. < t r which won the award offered by the Another thing to consider, that not and Rvtby'Dyal. circuit court by counsel for the defense Judge R. A. Green and H.B Wlg-

MrL. -S. L. Peek made}har with high a and nut Federation for the best and author most, appropriate il onlY) mars the appearance of our Mr. and Mrs. H. D.: Wasdin, Mr. on account of irregularity of 'g1 s attended the opening of the Ala-

\ the hostess presented numbers production. The town but also of the county, is the and Mrs, Rob Gill, Messers Tj>m and sentence. chua County Fair Wednesday.
table ; Lakeland
card of ,,
+ of pollyehrome; Mrs. Charles Larsen, unnecessary advertisement. This is John Ward Gill, Mr. and Mrs. Fogg,
made high and was be to ------------ -- -- --
Dr. Biggs also who wrote these lines to sung
especially to be considered in Brad- Mrs. Bessie Wasdin, Mr. and Mrs.
f given a deck of cards. Mr. Inman the tune of "Alma Mater." ,
I each ford county since the completion of Alvin Wasdin, Mr. and Mrs. W. J.
: and Mrs. Wyman made low and Lake Reedy'a sparkling waters -
i handkerchief. From I the new highway. The billboard and Jones, Everett Eddie, Ernest and
were consoled a must be abolished. Mr. Hume Wasdin.
i poster Misses Estelle and Evelyn
\ ; 'A delicious salad course North to Arianna urged that the county commissioners Ruby Dyal and Hazel Taylor motored I
a of chicken salad, hot rolls, potato East and west from grove to pine- take action in this matter as the over to Shooters Grove Sunday II II I ,,

j chips, pickles, hot chocolate and landThrough commissioners in other progressive afternoon. I

I' r whipped cream, was Served by the in our country's span counties are doing and signify their' Miss Ruby Dyal attended the Fairat
hostess. Yellow chrysanthemums Ring the message of our wom n. disapproval of these signs.
Gainesville Wednesday. for the
bowls and vases were used to brighten Our Cold Storage is ready reception --
clear the call,
i I Loud Mr. Hume spoke of the fact that .
I the rooms. "Strive ye ever for the welfare in Starke with : HIGHLAND
yards are
no many and one-half
of Prices cents
:meat. one per
of all"May ,
t f AFTERNOON And the good out grass. This is unnecessary, he .
FRIDAY of service! Nov. 21 H. T. Boggs
4 gifts Highland, -
I we bring our aid, for in the summer time such
I BRIDGE CLUB Low on bended knee grasses as Bermuda, carpet or St. and M. P. Sullivan were business I I pound for the first thirty days, and one cent
the To the end that all God's children I visitors to Jacksonville Thursday.
Mrs. O. L. Beasley I Augustine may be grown, and in the '
':! Friday Afternoon Bridge/ Club at herr Brothers all may be. winter the Italian rye grass flourishes C. O. Guess, J. L. Briggs, C. M. per pound for the next thirty (days. We'
Walnut street. Spreading wide the Mother spirit Click and B. Wall were among the
r charming home on N. i This Italian rye may be sownin I
Bowls of glowing/ yellow chrysanthemums To embrace the world 1 with the other grass without harmto business visitors her last week. guarantee satisfaction.J. .
,; were used for decorations.Mrs. That our love-emblazoned banner either. Thus by having two varieties I' Mrs. S. A. Bryan, of Baldwin,

Edward Burns won firstprize, E'er shall be unfurled.So of /grass, with the aid of a little, spent Sunday here the guest of her
a vane of pottery; and to Mrs. J. M. united let us labor, water and fertilizer, everyone in''parents, Mr.\ and Mrs. J. T. Marr.\ I
consolation Never losing heart, !Mrs. Ida B. Williams and son, Gordon
4 Mitchell was given the Starke may have permanent green S. Blitch Supt.
!{ \ I clear and ever clearer went to Jacksonville Mondayfor ,
? prize, a dainty handkerchief. Seeing lawns. Let us all try it and help to :
A .. Mrs. Beasley, assisted by Mrs Ad- What is woman's part. beautify our tow. a few days visit with friends.R. .
". kins, served chicken salad, hot rolls, Light and joy and solace bringingTo ("Utilize the obtainable," was a II. Long left Tuesday for Ala- FLORIDA STATE FARM i

I J pickles and ice tea. Delicious candies the world's great need motto ofIr.\ Hume'-.. There are chua where he will locate. I,
01'. the Fathers visioned I Mrs. H. C. Wimberly, Misses Beth ,
; were served on the tables during the Make goal our many beautiful plants in our surrounding -' I
''J 'J Shining truth indeed. woods that can easily be I and Winifred Wimberly and H. C.
!tl FL J. 'lIes'idel.-the club members there Star-Telegram transplanted And used to beautifythe I Wimberly Jr., were visitors to ,,

j were present'Mrs. J. M. Mitchell and Mrs. Larsen Is receiving congratu school grounds! highways and! StarkeIonday.\ 1
lations from friends throughout the I H. C. Wimberly, Jr, made a busi-
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins public property, if the citizens ;I
i / who pleased to know of ness trip to Baldwin Tuesday.: -------
( .1, state are Starke and have
I public-spirited
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,{, l> 1 4 \ W. M. S. MEET WITH this very signal honor. She has many enough civic pride to undertake 1 I A. J. Swartz and B. B. Williams, u ,
,, MRS. SCOTT friends in Starke where she has visited these duties. of Jacksonville, spent Sunday here
I.'' her sister, Mrs. D. E. Knight. with relatives.
\ Woman-Mjlonary; The measurements cf the club
i The Society Farmers through this section are
I'\ of the church met Monday MEETING house grounds were taken byIr.\ .
Baptist J INTERESTING very busy grinding cane, making Cushman Offset MotorsFor
+ afternoon at the home of Mars. F. A. OF WOMAN'S CLUBA Hume, and he is going to send information syrup and fertilizing strawberry
business and as to what to plant around 1
', Scott and held a program plants for the spring crop.
) meeting very interesting meeting of the the building.! lie will also send P.
f Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Dinkins.
1 The devotional exercises were con- Starke Woman's club was held in the shrubs and plants to help us beginon Dinkins and F. Green, of Lawtey,

(, ducted by Mrs. George C. White who club house, Wednesday afternoon, beautitication work. were visitors here Sunday.Mr. .
I read the 14th chapter of St. John and afternoon, November 12. Mrs. J. II. The splendid talk given byIr.\ and Mrs. Schneider, Miss

commented on same. The program Ritch, president of the club, presidedover Hume was enjoyed by all.Each ', and Rich, Miss Katie Bell Green and

+ 1 I dealt with home life in China, which the short business session during everyone will endeavor more .than \Miss Stearns, of Starke, visited

jf ''t+ was divided into three classes, name- which several important matterswere ever before to beautify Starke. friends here Sunday.UNIVERSITynUDGET.
ly: official, heathen and Christian. discussed. The program for the afternoonwas

I Mrs. J. F. Klckliter was elected as Mrs. Wyman, acting chairman of' completed with a beautiful TOTALS I
leader of the Royal Ambassadors finance, reported on the pUns now reading, "America for \Me," by Van LARGE SUM FOR NEXT PERIOD

'I. and the Girl's Auxiliary, and Mrs. being made for a bazaar to be held Dyke, given by Miss Alice Tharin.
I George C. White as leader of the at the club house, Friday, December A pleasant social hour then en Gainesville, Nov. 15-According to I II and

;I Sunbeam Band; all three of these 12. The main feature of this bazaar sued. Refreshments of hot chocolate to the budget recently outlined for
organizations being to train the will be the sale of various beautiful and sandwiches were served by the the next two years, the Universityof LinographsThe

\ children along missionary and other articles of fancy work. A line cafe- hostesses: Mesdames E. L. Biggs, Florida will expend approximately I

helpful line teria supper is also being plannedfor chairman, P. E. Canova, J. F. Colley, $2,500,000 during that time, if the

f 1 : Mrs. L. G. Powell gave two beautiful the evening. I.. A. Davis, W. E. Davis, E. M. biidiret is approved by the State last word in power. Compact unit. Quickly

;, readings/ relating. to home, one of, A lovely leather scrap book was Davis, O. L. Beasley, and Edward ucation Board and the Board of Ed-I ,
'J them being Edgar Guest's poem, "A presented to the club by Mrs. Julian Burns trol. This amount is compared! with installed. Simple of operation.

,I \ Heap o' Ltvin'fl. I.I.I Peek. In this book are to be placedall $lr 00,000 spent during the last two ,
I' Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh assisted the I records pertaining to the future I STARKE GIRL SCOUTSThe years. This increase in the budgetis

) hostess in serving light refresh work and activity of the club. There members of the Girl Scoutsof planned to take care of an extensive One of those motors has just been added to the Bradford
.. ments of fruit punch and chicken has been a long-felt need for such a Starke have successfully passedthe building! program made necessary County Telegraph equipment.
sandwiches. Yellow chrysanthemums book as this. Mm. L. A. Davis will tenderfoot test, preparatory to through the rapid growth in .

I and roses were used in profusion for have charge of this record.A registration at national headquarterswhen several departments of the University. -

decorations. guest book has also\! been addedto they are permitted to wear the Write for Detail.
I Next Monday afternoon the society the club. The names of all visitors official badge and uniform. !Many permanent improvements

I will me t at the pastorium.MRS which has been placed under the going about three miles after which ings, if the amount asked for is
supervision of Mrs Edward Burns they built a large campfire in the granted by the state. The new building CUSHMAN ELECTRIC CO.

WHITE ENTERTAINED The club is very glad that this woods and roasted weiners. to be erected include one for the

?i READING" CIRCLE I year it will be represented at the annual The troop is under Mrs. T. J. Alderman college of Agriculture, a new build I Concord, N. H.

-- I Florida Federation meeting in Ciiptain.GRAHAM'. ing for the Chemistry department
!, Mrs. J. W. White was hostess to Orlando. Mrs. L. A. Davis and Mrs. vas Which has no separate building at

the reading circle of the \Methodist E. M. Johns will attend the meetingas : the present time and a building for

] minsloary society Monday afternoon, delegates from the Starke club the Engineering' College. New roads
1', at her home on Sander street. 'and we anticipate with pleasure the Graham, Nov. 21-Miss Mattie for the campus are Included in the

I The subject under discussion for Interesting reports they will bring Ogden spent the week-end with her I budget and a centralized heating

r I the afternoon was work among the buck with them on their return. parents. plant for the entire university sys- ,
\ coal miners of West Virginia. A The following names for club Mr. Bert Stokes, of Waldo, passed 'tem is taken into consideration.\ The EfNrMNr

II short business session was also held membership have been voted, upon through here Monday enroute to present system of heating is a one- -

1\ to plan for work at the parsonage,, and accepted, and the club hopes to Brooker.Mr. way affair and provides for no return -
4, ;: I I. under the direction of the add them to the present roll : Mrs. and \Mrs. Alvin Wasdin and of the heat currents, thus cutting

] t I I\\ Mrs.[ W. E. Middleton. preSldent'1 Herbert Ritch, Mrs Carl Knight, slater Miss Hazel Taylor, of Brooker, down the efficiency of the sys
II I During the social period \ Mrs. '1'. J. Alderman, Mrs E. L. spent the week-end at the home of .

Z. Adkins, accompanied by Mrs. Brown, \Mrs. \Mitchell Edwards, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. II. R. Wasdm. tem.It is hoped that additions to the

K. Perryman, sang two lovely E'I( R. vT. Davis. and Miss Alice Tharin. Mr. Wiley Edmondson and sister, library at the university will be
;, numbers. After the conclusion of the busi- Amy, spent Sunday afternoon as the made possible through the grantingof

Mrs. White, assisted by her daughter ness session the meeting was given guest of Miss Viola Starling the budget, the horticultural department e

I Miss Cassie, and Miss Olive Ray, over to the civics Department with Mr. David Durban, of Jacksonville, in the College Agriculture

I spent Sunday here. "being In greater need of books than
.1 Mr. Frank Brewer, of Waldo attended other division of the college.
..3.t.t.3.,.!'4'f' t.! e t..9.3.,.f.r.i..t+.. i. ...+w. church here Sunday night. any

Mr. and \Mrs. Truby Dyal and little
{ daughter, Doris, is spending this SOUTH FLORIDA'SGREAT
{ I SPECIAL i week with his parents. NEWSPAPER For Merchants Only!

t. Mr. Fate Brown, of Starke was
.. here last Thursday. 10;' "< O.

I :+ Ruby Misses Youngrblood\Mae, Claudia were, visitors Rosetta here and The merchants who': do the biggest Christmas business this year I'

Saturday afternoon. If you want to keep posted on the will be the merchants who start right now through newspaper space
4 We have a large number of Gingham Dresses---all sizes up to Mrs. Stokes and children Wal-
of marvelous development of South.. to tell shoppers about the new exclusive and reasonably priced merchandise
f :t 52. Guaranteed fast colors. Prices up to $4.50 T do, spent the week-end with her pa- Florida, you must read in their (tore*.
rents. :
t I Miu Ruby Dyal last week
I Newspaper readen'agree that Ihe weD illustrated ad is the most
t i Friday and Saturday Joe Miss Moody Estelle, of New Wasdin River at, attended Waldo. The Tampa A t interesting ad and it is the ad which first attracts their attention. We

.. ,.. church here Sunday night. Morning Tribune are equipped to furnish special Christmas illustrations for every line of

!1' $1.95 Mr. LeRoy Wasdin, of Manning, business.
spent the week-end with her .
; parents.Mr.
t! t Every nook and corner of South .
: and Mrs. T. D. Dyal and children
y 4 tIt of Ziff, attended church hereSunday Florida is carefully covered by Trib- Just a .word over the phone at, your elbow, w$ bring us with, .

Y jj;L| All Wool\
l Mbr. and Mrs. C. B. Roberts and sample copy and rate catalogue bills, cards .posters. Older printing now,'c- .
: your ehrnmas
? ,, I; $1" :f'5to $15.75 niece. Edna. Dukes, visited at the ; v < !If *',' r -
home of T..D. Dyl$ Sunday after- \a .
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;! noon. \)1''i f 't .
', + Carlos Toungbtood and Lonnie Bradford
.. County Telegraph
Melton, of Fort Harley, wert visitors I The TampaMorningTribune
here Sunday. .
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,L MARGUERITE'S SHOPPE i Eddie' Wasdin and sisters Estelle PHONE 29-STARKE

I aDd Evelyn spent the week-end with I

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IF YOU HAVEKUUrU.PilM.Slch revival at 7:30. Every body IB welcome -- which was kept quiet for several

I II Bowel.*.-Dumb. AIM HM, Sour
B..iD.. poor food n.e things. of a few weeks ntro. The couple,
t Bits of LocalInforll1atioI1' a..i.ilaS.. r.w ..._ no a.p.nt., Mrs. Wynn told offllnla when she

UCOLUMN THANKSGIVINGA [ was arrested, have been separated
Tutt's P l
11sJ Union Thanksgiving Service several, months. She lives at 1141

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-- -. ---- at 10:30: at the Baptist church. Pr. I Wynn resided 1J telio. .treet.
d Concerning Our People Business and the birthday of !Mrs. Olin W. White. FOR SALE-On new milch cow Tucker is to preach the sermon. The First papers filed in the cane b/

Progret of the County and Town. and calf. F. J. Patte Starke. It. Baptist choir will furnish tho music. Edgar W. Waybnght. representing''

Hollis Knight, James Pierce, of FOR RENT-Modern house with 7 All should bo present to show their 'I Mrs. Wynn ask for the divorce on
I appreciation of the ground of cruelty On July 13,
blessings of thepast
Sarasota, and John Burwell of Ft. rooms, bath and sleeping porch. L. I '
Wynn boat
a Lauderdale, all students of the University : ILFartridga. tf. year. The President and our and cursed her and

Lebaone, of Tampa, spent Mrs. Paul E. Canova.Mrs. of Florida, were guests Wed-I Governor Invite us, request us to this waR repeated in December of the
Sundayi4ere'with friends nesday evening of Col, and Mrs. D. WANTED-Second hand 60 gallon moot in our respective places of same year, the divorce papers allege. i I

E. S. Matthews, Mrs. J. C. E. Knight. The party spent Thursday syrup kettle. D. W. Moore, Thereasa worship to give thanks to the Divine -
.1'-ehA. in Bradford Fla. Ruler of the universe for the blessings SUBSCRIBE J
Davis spent Friday in Robinson Miaaas Florence Matthew on a hunting trip n. TO
of the
Jacksonville. shopping.J apd Dorothy Edwards motored 40 county. FOR SALE 60 barrels good corn should make past arrangements year. Everyone to be at THE TELEGRAPH i I..
Galn..viUe'.S.turdy S. J. Norman, Telephone Line No. the
J Hilda Struth spent Friday I Ib'i I Embroidery thread 3 skeins 2, Starke. it* Thanksgiving service.. .....- ,,_______

to Jacksonville with friends. / Mrs, Elmer iarone Mrs. Mason 10c a yard at Sternberg'sversarv FQRSALE"Wakefteld cabbage M RS. DOLLY WYNN ,COFFINS &: CASKETS
and daugtyifl, Mable, have gone to SEEKING DIVORCE'
Mr sad Mrs. D. C. Jones motored Arcadfa on account of the illness of Sale.tarke plants. $2.25 per 1000 J. ,. Keen, AM a Full Una .( J

to Iakk'Iwhville Frldaq.W Mrs. Carl Replogle. I MMHMV M M M -. Hampton it* Asks l>ecfte. Against Mate She Is U.Jar'.'_",.' .5..1;.. ,
have enjoyed the Alleged to Hare Shot 1
people I
Andrews. Jr. spent Tuesday Mrs. George B. Flynn of TltusVille fair in Gainesville this l week, among FOR. I will SALE-Turkey. ot all/ kinds.I AUTOMOBILE HEARS
in Starke Jacksonville
Monday Nov. Nov. lo.-Divorce Always
business. aa bawL The
h onville attending to the number attending were: Mr. and MrM -
left Wednesday after spending Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Sr., Florence, 24. II. D. Waadin. It*. proceedings were today instituted in ** al UM l.....t prieea. 8....
111 and Mrs. Paul E. Canova.A FOR SALE-Special Price on No. 3 Wiggins I
Wynn against D.
Suntlaglin!: Fernandina with relatives. Mrs. T. J. Griffin. Gloria Johns Mrs. friction top Give iH: ew Registered. Embalasm.DeWITT .
syrup cans. me Wynn for whose allowed shooting'sho

.t 1tlfk Leiws and Abe liassertspegk $15 Doll divert away free O.Graham L. Beasley, Miss J.Aileen M. Alvarez Alvarez,, Billy Miss your order. D. W. Moore. It. i is. now under $I.OllO bond in !: C. JONES

: Sunday in Jacksonville with Anniver- Alice Tharin. Mrs. J, H. Ritch and FOR SALE-One 2 P-2 to"'3 gallon' Clay county court on assault to murder gi
during Sternberg's charges. STARKE FLA
lri"IKtf children, Harriet, Carlyle, Eloise and milk cow with 10 month's heifer; ,'
sary Sale. Dorothy Ritch, Lois Long, Elise and sired by registered Jersey bull. A. Her alleged wounding of Wynn 'llll ll llllla1llllllDCJl _...............","

Iprft fail to attend the An- Arthur Darby Jones. J. L. Peek and J. Thomas. it.

Mrs. James Shepard has returned daughter, Clara Louise Peek. I
nlversary! Sale at Sternberg's.L from Jacksonville, where she has : FOR SALE Million Charleston I

been with her daughter, Mrs. C. A. I, Dr. Z. A. Thompson, of Pikeville, Wakefiold Cabbage Plants ono 'GETYOURMONEYPROMPTLY

B. Simpson and family Knight, who has been quite\ ill I Ky., was in Starke during the past twenty-live per 1,000. J. II. Moore, -
pent*part of the week in Bronson week-end. Dr. Thompson is well Luwtey Fla. 11-21-41. INMAN &. RITCH

Tl itlng.' friends. Tom Limbaugh has accepted a pleased with this section of Florida REPRESENT THE nEST LEADING t
.' position with a firm in Sarasota, andis and plans on returning shortly.A. FOR SALE-Four 1200:! pound mulesin INSURANCE COMPANIES FIRE

JIttj Bertha Moore, of Jacksonville, pleasantly located with his cousins good condition. Tough and ACCIDENT. LIFE AUTOMOBILE: ,
.Vrmistlce Day with her Mr. and Mrs. Brown Milligan. ready for rough heavy work.-For
pant Z. Adkins attended circuit courtin BONDS LIABILITY
I'I'spenl. Sale cheap if taken at once. E. W.
Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Moore. I Luke Butler Monday and Tuesday.W. .
Roddy Crosby. Morris Edwards,
ujDvKinU. Mra. E. L. Biggs and son,
(: Fred Mott and Frank Carpenterwent J. Epperson, It. A. Green and FOR SALE Early Jersey WakeflelilCabbairv /
Wliej motored to Gainesville Wed1pesdayito '
to Lake Butler Saturday to seethe 'v. W. Baisden were visitors to Lake Plants) $1 per m. 75 cents! I
/' attend the fair. I ball game, and from there motor- Butler Tuesday.Mrs. per m in 10 m lots f. o. b. Luwtey. .

'=: finest dress shoe made and ed over to High Springs. J. L. Harrell, Lawtey, Flu. SASH LUMBER BRICK, LIME

built'to give aol id foot comfort-the C. A. Knight returned from I 11-21-41 DOORS CEMENTBUILDERS
I _
J. D. Ward and family have moved Jacksonville Tuesday afternoon
Fluraheim: at J. M. Alvarez! I FOR HARDWARESHERWIN
here from Bradley, Ga., and are occupying wherd she had spent several days. v -Building formerly occupied -
the Liddon cottage on N. as Rontaurcnt. Call St. next
,,__Th jFlorsheim shoe in the latest Walnut street. Mr. Ward is employed door to Mitchell's drug storo. Ap- Everything;
' and black. See them at John Shriver, of BrooKer, was attending WILLIAMS \ : for
//Un'shade in the Ford garage. ply to J. W. Morgan, Agt.: Starke ": \
AiVarez.rsA to business matters in 11-21-21. PAINT.ft. Building
Stark Monday.A. KY ANIZE. ':-\... and
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Snyder will
KO '
" V Long of Palatka, to Jacksonville Saturday to attend GIVEN AWAY-At S. R. Johns! a 10 VARNISHES B" V R.p.iring
,the firfit of the week with her moth- : R. Moore will have his Piggly- cent package of gold eye needles
the fair, and while in thecity will be with CONSUMERS LUMBER COMPANY '
e'f Mr. S. E. Brownlee. Wiggly store on N. Walnut street every 25 cent package of
and Mrs. Fred B.
Kuettts of ,Mr.
Noble. ,. ready to serve his patrons within a needles and two $1.50 prizes to the STARKE I
if acs'D.! T Clark, of Jacksonville, few days. A splendid line of fruits two persons getting the lucky FLORIDA
''eahitti and package: goods are being placedon numbers. It*
. Saturday to visit her parents, Under the direction of, Mrs. L.

Jl't; etld Mrs N. D. Wainwright! Wyman, chairman of finance for ,the the shelves.AIEIUCAN FOR SALE-20-acre farm in the .

I Woman's Club there was a benefit famous Water Oak section of .
Ots of baraains at Sternberg'3 card party at the club house Thursday LEGION POST TO Bradford County and 78 to 100
, Anniversary Sale. I evening. head of good stock cattle.--,. --- Place la,-. 120-Mile Wind Sweeps Gulf Coast
American Legion Post No. 91, of right on fine graded road now un-

irtand] : Mrs. Charles Wadsworth I Good apron gingham only I Starke, will show "Powder River," a der construction to connect with Millions of dollars damage done in a few hours
state road at Lawtey. No better
historical film of the World War, at
ami(son. of Madison, were guests at .;.for lOc at Sternberq's Anni- the Gaiety Theatre next Wednesday land in. Florida. Planted! In short time. Is your property protected against tornadoesand

ti (:Marion Hotel recently. Sale. and Thursday, November 26th and! cotton and strawberries next year wind storm's? Rates 40c per hundred a year

27th. The Legion Post is backing this farm will easily pay for itself :
iirMable Weller and her cousin, Miss Amy Moore returned Mon- picture as it is the U. S. official motion Will sell for reasonable cash pay I $1.00 three years. Insure in the Hartford.
J .. motored to Jacksonville
J.thuby; I day from a short visit in Ormond pictures taken on the battlefield ment. Balance easy terms. E. S.

Wedneday. Daytona and New Smyrna, and was lof I France by the U. S. Signal corps. Matthews Starke, Fla. 10-31-4t
-- | J. R. DAVIS I & CO.
JIM! llarley will to accompanied home by Mrs. J. R. Mel The picture is a complete history of FOR. SALE
go Humphries' Mole
the took in the
part our country
ton, who will spend a few days here.
Jacksonville. tomorrow to attend the. t _____ _______ __ ___HH World War.Members Cricket "Puppy Dog" CutWorm
,f. 4M' visit friends. I Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley will of the local Post are anxi- Destroyer. It protects your
garden, large or small. Especially .
, ous to-huve every school child in this -
.. leave Saturday evening for Tampa, ( ::_ _. _. -- n "
,)tIi _. Aileen Alvarez has returned recommended to Seed Bed ..
? where she will spend a week with section see this film and have arranged grower - t -- -- -- --- -
fJo her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Dur- show
Rttddes, of Tallahassee. I within hours. Price in cartoons
and teachers exclusively at the first
,; den, and Mr. Beasley will go with
.. I I friends a hunt. matinee on Wednesday at 3 p. m. only: 5 pounds $1.0U; 10 pounds
? _,JFalls, Inspector of the Nation camp The admission price has been lowered $1.80; 25 pound $4.00; 50; pounds
_f'Guards here evening $7..r; 100 pounds $14.00. 1 10.: O. Starke Merchants
' was Tuesday I Judge A. V. Long, of Palatka, mo- for their benefit and all are urgedto
evthw the local company. attend. : CO.Jacksonville ,
tored here Sunday and spent the "
The film features the four Fla. ,
I night with relatives. Judge Long great
Paul E. Canova and son, Paul, Jr., was enroute to 'I Hake Butler where he battles American troops participatedin FOR SALE One of the best 40-acre \
hit ;Monday for two weeks business : Chateau Thierry, Cantigny, St. Deserve YourPatronage
circuit court.
presided over, farms in tho great Water Oak sec-
tri, through South Florida. (' Mihiel and the Argonne. It also tion of Bradford County only a

returned Wool Jersev Dreeses only shows the retreat- of the Germans quarter of a mile olf of fine graded -
: fllrsjE. IL Smith has '' from St. Mihiel, the surrender of the road under ,
home/after a visit with her sister, $6.95 at Sternberq's Anniversary German war fleet and the activitiesof connect with now the construction to
'Mra 1%D. Neal, of Norfork, Va. I' the German submariena in sink state road at
. I Sale. Lawtey. Thirty acres or more un- -
ing allied merchant vessels der cultivation. Practically no

361in. unbleached sheet- There will only be four performances waste land on the place. Next year I
Among the number of Starke. people two each day, natinees at 3 this land will bale
fngonlv lOc a vard at Stern- I easily produce a
attending 'the Gainesville fair p. m., and night shows starting at of short cotton to the acre No bet.
bcrg'sfSale. I Wednesday were Mr. and Mrs. Olin 7:45.: ter
strawberry or trucking land in
W. White and children, Mrs. A. Z. Florida Reasonable cash paymentand
T. :Matthews and family will Adkins and children and Mrs. M. E. We wish to thank the kind friends easy terms E. S. Matthews,

mo v.!in to the Ford house on North Edwards. and neighbors for their sympathyand Starke. Fla. 10314t. ,

WaJnntiJStreet the first of December. Morgan Darby, of Ft. Myers, help during the sidcpess and miss A service during the week, and No matter how eager a merchant may be
death of husband and father.
spent the week-end with his parents, our to make Sunday a red< letter day in I
.Jacksonville i'MfsaTVirginia Wednesday Weeks to went spend to I Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Darby. lie returned Mrs. M. S. Plank and Daughter. the history of the church. I to offer the best of merchandise and the
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Sunday, accompanied by his SEABOARD C ilANGEOF The Bible school will meet at 9:15:
several'days.Mferr best the fairest of he
I wife, who had been visiting his pa- SCHEDULES a. m., followed by the church service. olservice at prices
''WfaOtT. S. Williams and children rents for several week. Last Sunday changes in .the Sea- The Young People's meetings at cannot maintain his stock and services with-

Mr4IL; Tucker and Mrs. H. H.Yonnarf board train schedules went Into effect 6:30: and the closing meeting of the I

motored to Gainesville Wed. Mr and Mrs. A. L. Taylor and changing the hour of arrival In .t.!. .t.t.-. -.' -...-.- out the loyal support of the people of his

IIft@JF..W attend the fair. daughter Lorane. of Lawtey, and Starke of three trains. The south .
: Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Taylor, of bound train formerly arriving in community. i

> 35ir And Mrs. W. M. Wainwright Gainesville visited their mother, Starke at 11:38: p. m. will now reach x NOTICE I IThe I

tetarted to Starke Saturday and areboarding'at Mrs. W. H. Taylor, Sunday after- here at 12:18: a. m. The early morn- II
Starke is fortunate in its dependable
the home of Mr. and noon. I ing northbound train is now scheduled I progressive -
I to reach here at 4:16: instead of
merchants. You and all of
.. + +... t+..t+... Y us
10 oer cent discount on 5:08.: Only one of the limited trains 1921 Tax Roll Is now 3:

r.n: :;L MOSTATIC AUTOMATIC. Roval Society Packages atternberg's Is affected by this change, the south i open for the payment of 1921 '*' need to have such merchants near at hand.
,., bound, which will arrive 2:18
", ATTACHMENT & Sale. : m., one hour later than the old Tax .. J By buying at home you help them to give

l." ,Makca-, starting easier. ., r.. schedule.In I Two per cent allowed forNovember :+ better and better service. Give them the
'' addition to the above train the
: ,.
!{.....>.Reduces oil consumption. 'The LadTes Auxiliary of the PresJ Seaboard Is operating four limited payment, \\

X,, Reduces carbon formation. byterian church are busy preparing'' trains daily, two each way, and one i One per cent. allowed for I support they deserve and buy at home
for their bazaar the 6th of
)14. Improves motor operation. additional train from
Hampton whenever
I' December
The fancy work departmentis ptymenta. possible.
g:4:iSReduces repair bills. south Ocala ia the only intermediate ; _
:L)ten..ea battery strain. :Z in charge of Miss Carrie Uglow; point where these trains- will stop. Books Clot April 1, 192S. :4 I
Mrs. H. A. Tucker and Miss KauJLivingston.
.' I?,7.Dll nates the necessity ; + 1
"j tjreMe-nt carburetor adjust- + BAPTIST CHURCH BULLETINThe I I

'.. revival meetings will continue E. W. f
i Hayes !
oV Reduce. spark plug trouMa. Order your pecan now supply i through the week until Sunday I I

./.* ,1Jj ,limited. Low price on 7 to 9 curtis : night. Seasons of refreshing wa are Tax Collector I
,)L TGlV.. full flower d whoa foc.iahort, time*.Concord grapes eight 'enjoying', and God is honoring His + :1 I

cents each, .seven fifty, per hundred Word Dr. R. W. Thiot i.-
'MUtV in- ; of DeLand, .
II. B. Wiggins.: It. t4N.........R..44.x3 I
!;I3iM.*(/-.." possible lower,,'* will conduct the services on Sunday. I '' .
speed an high gar anJ faster Tecler This will be an opportunity toh*ar BANK:
tton. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. White gave; a a good most sucessful man of God. OJuSTARKEThe

family birthday dinner party last The members are requested not to
,; < -\ PRICE $5.00 :ti I'Saturday, that day being the anni 666 I Bank of Helpful Service

:Q..teed., 30 Day Trial t II I Ven.f3of/ Mr. White's birthday; the Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Sistrunk are
?: Iti'H" TOUNG &: CO. 11th of November ia the birthday of spending this week in -Eoitis' with to a -of" for .

STATB DISTRIBUTORS. ;4xgUrkc I 1 George C. White; the 21st of November their son, Cyrus and wilf also attend I C:.M., Grippe, Dtngue. HeoJchei. I S

Fla. : the birthday of Olin W. White, the Shriner' nwetIIJC..t. Sar..oI{ Constipation Biliouwnca. n .
M" i,I.and the 18th of the same month i b t.: J It ... I.
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) ,- I I'i has ruined all other cane this year; JURY PLACES BLAME

Cayana 10 is doing well and lookingfine. FOR WARASSO WRECKON O a I


Okeechobee-Truckers are going Injured Are Reported as Doing

.. .. .. .. I right on planting crops on higher Well; Is First Fatality.
-- --- -- r
I and drier lands; some muck, is still
.. I FARMERS AND TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE too wet. Miami, Nov. 15-The Florida East

{ I Santa Rosa-Our agricultural exhibit blame for the wreck last night in r
won first prize at the West which four passengers were killed
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I \, =- .: Florida Fair.PutnamFifteen. and eighteen injured, by a coroner's

,, FUMIGATE HONEY COMBS '' MOST BiltDS/ AUK FRIENDS OF I jury, which reported this afternoon I
schools in the at Fort Pierce
county will exhibit at the county fairearly Proper equipment was not provided -

; AND WORMS IN WINTERFor in December, as well as eight the verdict said. 1
Often the farmer thinks and looks
t communities and three farms. Testimony given at the inquest,
upon his birds around the farm as
keeping the wax worm and which first opened at Wabasso last
his enemies No doubt he is often an- e
flour moth from destroying; stored he "See Florida First." night and which adjourned to Fort
noyed by them. But hardly has
honey combs during the winter, the Pierce today, did not clearly bring r

r" use of a relatively new chemical,., ever birds stopped are among to his realize best friends.that some Strips while of it is bacon being'laid roasted across improvesthe a chicken out the cause, but indicated that a SAY "BAYER ASPIRIN" and INSIST !
and pronounced "paradlI ill-fated
u. ,( The Bureau of Biology, United defective wheel on the 1
chlo-ro-benzene," is called to the attention flavor.
& coach was responsible.
States Department of Agriculture, Unless see the "Bayer Cross" on tablets
you are
I of beekeepers. I IIi' I' you
4' 'in a survey) during recent years of Five hundred women are doing! or- Witnesses testified that the car
I" The modern apiarist generally removes ,',,' the work of birds, found that English ganizedclub work in Hillsborough was an old wooden one and apparently not getting the genuine Bayer Aspirin proved safe I

frames containing honeycombs feed thousands of injurious county, Florida. too light to be at the end of a
sparrows millions and
y by prescribed by physicians 24 for
t from the hives for the winter I' = years
I insects to their young. It Is -- long train.Railway. I
period-that is combs used strictly I said that 66 kinds of birds feed on If pullets are slow to develop into employees who testified

for honey storing by the bees. Often I I I the cotton boll weevil. The greatest egg production, a feed of moist mashat stated that the coach had been Colds Headache
.'" these winter combs by insects.are destroyed The beekeeper during has I I|I feathered enemy of this pest is the noon will push them along. through the shops recently and apparently (

.. learned to fumigate. Carbon bisul orchard oriole.) A single stomach of Mrs. Housewife, if you want jelly was in good shape. Twelve I Pain Neuralgia: i iOPia
one of these birds was found to contain witnesses were examined, including
j phide has been most commonly used that will score well at the fair, follow J
41 boll weevils examina- train and The train
I upon crew passengers.
heretofore. But it has been learned a standard score card in makingIt. I Toothache
much I was in charge; of Conductor W. a Lumbago
that parudichlorobcnzeno is tion.There t
\, more satisfactory for this purpose. I is hardly an agriculturalpest Jackson and J. A. Thomas. 0'1 )

I It does not explode, a serious danger that has not numerous effective Florida Ayshire cow wins big The coach, after leaving the a aka Neuritis RheumatismAccept "

J I in the case of carbon bisulphide. And, bird enemies. In groves and fields milk record, reads a headline. Once was carried a distance of 300 feet

j since one application of it is usually'' there are myriads of insects which more a Florida man has proved "thatit before it toppled over, hurling pas- I

I, sufficient, it is much cheaper. I'I' require great expenditure of time can be done here." sengers through windows or pinning only '-Bayer" package which contains proven directions. 1

i'' Use this substance at the rate of and money for their eradication.! At Florida housewives turning them beneath it. Handy "Bayer" boxes of 12 tablets-Also bottles of 2'' ind 100-Druggist*.

\ 4!4 1 tablespoonful of the white crystal- the same time man kills the birds in millions of cull and otherwise are unmarketable People nearby, hearing the noise Aspirin U the trade mark of Bayer Mannfactur of Mouo.""' .... Ideas of Sallcvllrarhl
his fields forests of them
I: lime powder to each hive body in the and many fruits into wholesome rushed to the scene and gave first ._ ;
i stuck, ia the suggestion of J. C. Godwin not being! Game birds either. lIe neg- I aid to the injured, who were then ----, _.-- .

1 J apiary inspector of the State lects to recognize these birds as his preserves, marmalades, jellies, etc. rushed to hospitals at Wabasso, How the flagman's heroism avert-'" potatoes but culture, not only wheat

I. I I I'lant Board of Florida. If desired, a friends. Rather he ordinarily considers A woman's exchange, centrally located -I Vero and Fort Pierce. ed a second tragegdy and a possible but effective manhood.-Kenyon L.

;r newspaper can be placed between them as unnecessary neighbors in a county, does much toward The train was put on a side track greater toll of dead and injured is Butterfleld. J

j. the hive when stacked one on another. I or as possible enemies. In nearly making the housewife realize pen- and a baggage car taken to the i told by W. M. demons, managing'', f

I' When the material ia placed on every case these bird-neighbors money on little things she otherwise wreck. All injured persons were I editor of the Knoxville (Tenn.) jour- i HOW DOCTOAS TREAT

,; the newspaper, it means that each are friends, and they constantly aid might let go by. picked up on cots secured from a'I' nal, a passenger on board the Miami- I

I hive gets an individual fumigation. the farmer by keeping down destructive boarding house at Wabasso, and the j bound train. I ]

This chemical material changes into insects Farm and farm life are not appreciated slightly injured were placed on ,, The flagman, who was' standing on COLDS AND THE FLU
1 by our people. We long for cushions from the wrecked and
fumes and penetrates the corners 500 WOMEN ARE DOING car the rear of the train when the coach
s #i ..\ and recesses of the hive, killing all ORGANIZED CLUB WORKIIILLSBOROUUII more elegant pursuits, or the ways made as comfortable as possible. I left the track, fell beneath a woman ]

't insects that it comes in contact with. COUNTY and fashions of the town. But the Doctors Hardie, Boothe and Clark and the two were pinned under the To break up a cold over night or to cut '

, i This substance is white crystalllen farmer has the most sane and natural from Fort Pierce, Dr. Rose from debris of the wrecked car. short an attack of grippe influenza or sore
occupation and ought to find life bastian and Dr. Grossman throat, physician. and druggists are
and granular; in description. It resembles Five hundred Hillsborough county se-I stunned the fall DOW
I icecream salt and has an women are organized into home demonstration sweeter, if less highly seasoned, than Vero were in attendance, giving Uninjured but by recommending Calotalm, the nauseates ,
of the train
his first thoughts were Calomel tablet that ia purified from dangerous 1
I any other. He alone, strictly speak tention within (
P clubs which a quarter of an hour
odor similar to naphtalene or moth are federatedinto
carrying perishables, which entitles I i and sickening effects. Those, who 'I
balls. It is not dangerous to the individual a county club. The purpose of ing, has a home.-John Burroughs. I after the accident, so quickly was relief it to run on passenger train time, have tried it say that it acts like magic bi>

i I'; handling it, neither will it this organization is to bring the FRANK M'DOWELL rushed to the scene. and which at last station had been''' far more effective and certain than the old

1 explode in the presence of fire. It I women together for study and recreation ATTACKS DOCTOR E. P. McLane, superintendent here reported ten minutes behind the pas- style calomel, heretofore recommended b* J
i' evaporates slowly and when confined and to better render service of the Florida East Coast Railway, train. physicians.One .

i I .1 to the hive will afford protection i to the several communities and the Murderer of Parents Becomes Violentat said that the passengers: killed in the senger I or two Calotabi at bed time with

t n: : f from the moth for a month or longer. I county. The home demonstrationI State Prison Farm. wreck last night at Wabaaso are the I It took the flagman six or seven a swallow of water,-that's all. No mils f

I" I agents aid In directing; the work of first to !lose) their lives in a wreck on :: minutes, he told Mr. Clemons to col- no nausea nor the slightest interference I

: "SEE FLORIDA FIRST"Lots I the clubs, and the work of the agents Raiford, Nov. 14.-Frank McDowell this line in the history of the company : lect his wits and extract himself with eating, work or pleasures. Next morn

sc. i is, in turn, materially aided by the serving a life term in the state Coaches on the wrecked train from beneath the body of the dead i ing your cold has vaninhed and your ')a
tern refreshed and Calotub- ,
clubs. prison at Raiford for killing his pa- were brought into Miami No. 85 woman. Then, with his flagman'sequipment purified.
,. of people write and talk their on are sold only in original' sealed package-.
I heads off trying to make others understand rents in St. Petersburg last Febru- arriving here at 3:50: a. m. scattered somwhere beneath price ten cents for the ve.t-nocket 'OTthirtyfive

why Florida is a wonderful FLORIDA AYRSHIRE COW ary, became violent and attacked I the wreck, it was necessary I cent* for the large family park .

q land. And they are sueeoding, for WINS BIG MILK RECORD Dr. J. L. Chalker, prison physician, Second Wreck Averted for him to run almost the length of ,; age. Recommended and guaranteed hvdrunKi'st I

'; the tide of humanity this is ever with a bed slat,' several days ago. Be- Miami, Nov. 15- Pinned beneath the train to obtain other fuses, with 'I *. Your money back it you are notdelighted. t
I increasing. But it too much An Ayrshire cow, Topsy P., ownedby fore the physician could wrest the the body of a dead woman passenger I which to signal; the on-rushing .-adv.
seems Highland Oaks Farm, Pierce, and made almost unconscious the ;' lie dashed back :
slat from the prisoner's hands, he by freight train. approximately -
la used in doing this.
energy up Polk County Florida, has 'become the was struck on the head several shock of his fall, A. R. Davis, of 250 yards lighted the I RUINED EYES )
Why not remind them that the Indians senior four-year-old roll of honor New Smyrna Flo. of the By neglect/! ; they get red and sore and! ,
'I' ; harder times, causing a number of slight flagman the I fusee just in time to stop oncoming
fought and longer to
hold Florida, than other champion of Florida. She did this by I abrasions. Five prisoners overpowered ill-futed Florida Eat Coast train train from crashing headlonginto ) you let them go. Don't do it
any Leonardi's Golden Eye Lotion
producing of milk : cures
12,22 pounds which
left the tracks
Wabasso coach.
McDowell and he was put intoa at the derailed passenger;
tory Anybody who ever terri-I soreness without pain in one day.
which included 440.13 of butterfat I 1
pounds i
Friday night and took toll
of four
straight jacket. [ a Cools heals and Insist,
ought to know how it I i strengthens:
in aoo< '
I longer to take this state away from days. During; this I The prisoner's condition is still lend and eighteen Injured, averted I The Improved acre must yield not on having "Lconardi's"- it makes

I the Indians than it takes to convince period she dropped a living calf and growing worse. The physician has more serious results by freeing, himself only corn but civilization not only strong eyes. At all druggists. ,
it 213
: Z an Irishman he is whipped. days. I informed prison officials in Talla- and successfully flagging a i i i .
Highland Oaks Farm is considered hassee that ho has McDowell under southbound train which was bearing ;;
The very reasons that made this i one of the leading purebred dairy observation, necessitating his being down upon the scene of the wreck. I "COULD BETTER FERTILIZER BE MADE WE WOULD MAKE\ II"

: domain such u wonderful place for farms of Florida. Animals from this put under mechanical restraint to With but ten minutes to spare the I Jot? 11th Prlwll.t of th. old ..11. I. 8 IMO URB" and "GEM BRANDS-* 1r.ab..re.lnlaa 1

I tho Indians are right here now for farm have von honors throughoutthe prevent further violence. flagman extricated himself, made I} FALL PRICES. 8taa*.ftf of 6(14LITY tow th. put forty ...nFlo. wad

t 1 ui! "civilized" folk. The sunshine "ft, country wherever shown. And McDowell, who, according to the his way the length of the wreck, obtained I .... CO.._... PrioM rl.kt-quality eoiuldr. ..d Ui. chnpnt but tfco BEST fo tnlu. .

J smiling at us nearly every day. An when it comes to production outstanding authorities, confessed that he burned signal flares, and flagged the Am* cot pritollit INSECTICIDES. EPR A-kR9. DUSTERS ..4 BUSTS. J
: atmosphere that can't be had any. 1 records from this farm '
are train.
I his two sisters to death Decatur oncoming j
a Jacksonville Fla
E. 0. Painter ,
1 I where else and which remakes worn not exceptional.I.I. ,
I' out billionaires. and life In I On. about two years ncrn. And Inter' . '
1" puts new --- -- -- ---- --- ----- --
: broken down high-stepper, as well I. 1 e ki d-h-i-mother and-f"at tr--s they Me.. _. .__ u_'a.--.. 1
-- -
slept, was convicted in St. Peters- -. ;
as just common people, is here for FROM COUNTY
burg last June on the specific chargeof
all. Land to stand walk AGENTS' REPORTS
on, on, play
j. t on, as nowhere else. And water, why, . slaying his mother. The jury rec- .'
ommended mercy and he was sent j4
just ask the first man you see and Osceola Peppers and eggplants to prison for life. '
# hell tell you this is tho "best in the :
'I, are moving; to market and bringing Specialists in mental diseases who

.... world. rood returns to growers. Blossoms testified at the trial on behalf of the
Anything; you want is here. Scenery lire showing up on strawberries defense, declared that McDowell wasa

x behold! the lakes, rivers, hills, which practically assures us of sufferer from .dementia praecox .
t, valleys-never ending. If Mr. Thanksgiving berries. ,
you, and that he was in an incurable con riles UMIV..AL CAR
f !, Florida Cracker, don't believe it, dition. They said he had but a few ,
just step out of your shack and look l\fanatec-Cittuit; has continued years to live. His mind, they continued I I
around said "SPC America to ripen and is fast approaching "
Somebody ; '
in such
was a state at the time of .
\ first," and another shortened it maturity, as a result of continued crimes that he was irresponsible. "

I, to "see USA first. Well, for the sake warm days and cool nights. Vegetable Other physicians who took the

of Florida's own folk, we say "SEE diseases are disappearing as a stand for the state, declared, how- t
FLORIDA FIRST" Take a day's result of IIpruylng.S'minoleJIllve .
ever, that such was not the case. ,
: I spin around and keep your eyes McDowell was confined in a cell in ( ,
jjJ open; you'll realize why tho (Indians ] manu counts to the hospital when he attacked the ,'" ,
,OJ preferred dying 'here o Being moved. determine results of metanose con-
physician. Dr. Chalker entered the
; Then some folks if want trol demonstrations; findings very I c
I i say you cell to give McDowell some medicine. .
'+ t to farm you got to go elsewhere. encouraging; Dickson grove at The /
] prisoner picked up a bed slat ia i
That's Longwood shows an increase of No.
plain ignorance. Look at San- and began striking the physician, .
1 fruit of COO a )
cent --_
ford celery; the finest and most intensive per over adjoining who after a tussle, jerked the slat --
; unsprayed fruit.
agriculture in the world. :
from the prisoner's hands.
I Think a piinute of the citrus of Polk, Lake I
I -Citrus
growers are
Lake, Hillsborough, Brevard, St. Lu- spraying r
I with oil emulsion for the fall NOTICE TO BIDDERS
fio (and many other counties). Mar The _
I clean-up of wliitelly and scale In- Board of Bond Trustees of
i ion, Duval, Dude, Madison, livestock sects. Bradford county will receive bids on p

'i can't be beat. Gad den. Leon, Pasco December 2nd A. D. 1924 at 2:00: I More Comfort :

tobacco; none like it. Endless others Hillsborough ''Strawberry prospects o'clock p. m. for 775: cu. yds. excava-

r I' could be named. And we are just I are good; blossoms and some tion In accordance with plans on file Th Ford Coupe is the lowest

j starting. Farmer's paradise if he'll berries have appeared. Citrus fruitis at the office of the County Engineer, for: Less Money priced clowdcaronthe market- f

'. just do it and realize it when he has moving teadily.IInmiltonW'e at Starke, Florida. The same being yet one of the most satisfactory.

done it. an out fall ditch south of road number -
Yes, do like the Indians. If you're shipped two car- One between Graham and Brook- Costing lee 1 to buy and maintain: every dollar invested j

here stay if your have to lick the loads of hogs cooperatively this I bri catest return ia comfortable, dependabletravel.

: world.! If you're not here?bolter ask week; meant !good profit to the farm- er.The Board reserves the right to "4'a I

for reservations at once, for tickets ers. I reject any and all bids.E. .
The Sturdy long-lived and adapted to all condition r
,, are going S. MATTHEWS Coupe
\tarion-OuT fair officials have of roads and weather-it meet every need of a two-
been working wonders in Chairman.C. $
your benevolence thru A. FUTCH 525 paseenger Car. I
t things ready for the best fair ever ,
Station A. R. C. Roll CallNovember
k -
Secretary. ll-14-2t I
1127. held here, November 25-28. Poultry Steadily crowing damaadandthereeouraeandfacllttlea

committees of Chamber of Commerce NOTICE TO BIDDERSThe rs.M... 6e3 of die Ford Motor Company have made Possible e

5-1,047 ex-service men have been has been working to get a Board of Bond Trustees of Tu. .,' S__ Sao closed car at a price million* can fiord,rightly deigned -

assisted in the South this year by the commercial hatchery; we have about Bradford County, Florida, will receive 1 I :: ,carefully built and backed by an efficient service J

American Red Cross. Annual Roll lined up the enterprise; young Ocala bids on the 2nd day of Decem- organization in every neighborhood of the nation.

Call-November 1127. handle business man will operate It and ber A. D. 1924, said bids to be openedat t 2t.r...:..... J.
poultry supplies in :
' Service is the heart of it; with it he will 2:00: o'clock p. m. for the sale of
I ; perhaps work into a ;::: fI
approximately rods &
2,000 13-46
I You serve if you are part of it. poultry fattening plant. com- .w"'=
't Red Cross Roll Call Nov. 1127. bination woven wire and approxi- I -- Detroit
Falton-Our farmers are ship mately 20 kegs 11-4 staples. Said J

li I. ; Habitual Constipation Cured ping sweet potatoes and are delighted sale to be for cash only, and immedi ,.
t i In 14 to 21: Day with both tile crop and the fine ately delivery of wire and staples.
-LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a specially- price The Board reserves the right to
axativefoeHabitual being received; we have an excellent I
''r'; \ prepared Syrup reject any and all bids.E. .
': Constipation. It relieves promptly and potato crop this year. 8JUE Tint XaAaaaT AUTUORILED .01) DIIALIIR r
1... should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days ,
Liberty-Cayana 10 cane sent here Chairman.
to Induce regular action. It Stimulates and 1
r :; Regulates. Very Pleasant to Take. 60c by State Plant Board last year is C. A. FUTCH ,
; .
ir per bottle. proving resistant to mosaic which,Secretary. ll-14-2t -- -- --
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FL WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL Answer present when the Red I Connumera Lumber. oo, lumber C.tO
To Cure a Cold In One Day I> f Jnnra, repalra a.DII ,
REVIEWt Outlook for : Cross culls the Roll November 11-27. : : .. ;
Take. LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE (Tableti). II I Bright Sheep I K M. Irnal aervlea, ..lft
and Headache sod worae tho D llorne. lumber 1.00
Mope the Cough .oIf J. ........ '
Additional bonds sold Cold. E. W. GROVE euluature oo eaea & SOo. Piles Cured In a to 14 Day .111. labor 1.00 I
H. r Helhr>rirer, traneportatlon 14.10
fo t. paving. I DnuUlett roAind money If PAZO OINTMENT! fnlll Mdrrmiin.. tranm,>orlatlon M.DO i
CEMETERY WORKING Pea CAnt"* I'tIoOVCTION 0. SHIIPHaS OlCLINSO OU.IN. PASTtkYlA'. to ruro livhlnn Clint, Illreillnii. or PnilruiUn I. Hamilton, trachlnii '.'0
---: it w .. -.- M y .. u'"i, 8e. + Pllea. Inmantly mllrven Itrhluu Plica, ami From Huh. l lV. !
the \:
fat-Work to start soon onction F ; .i'.r : : :
deep .
of the rj.-- :: can ft restful after Brut application : W Iley... corn tax col. I." ,
cona of Boca Chica-Stock Is.Idse. There will be a working 1\'Ct hf-t t- 1 \- I R W '1.".. ..um laK eol.' '''.81 t

Ian cemetery at New River on Friday I ... : 1 ..-....M- K: W. Harm Mm. Uu .... 79.57
before the third Sunday in Novem I i .. I( .. J. U FRAZEB K:. W. Hey.. "" >m. Ul col. loll
jl-( .. '
: K W
-e-- llayea
tr ... com. lax eol. 1.11
r .Garden-Citrus crop mOVe ber. Come, bring your baskets, andlet's _.L ,..., n.. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLORAT K. w. Hsre com. tax eol. 19.'"
I K,. W. tI"....
mm tax
the J.n
clean up grounds. ..I I[I V.e 11. LAWPOSTOFFICB .. .. ,
I1'1' -- ''ft' -l ,.. : W 11." aam. t.. Ml. 8.44
legCUlett COMMITTEE.Only .& .tla ;.. ./ \ a K W. liayre: '''m. ta* eol. 9.60 : '
-ton ice plant to be "" epeu BUILDING K W llnym. ...m. tee ...1. 4... 1
bull !. __ f ,If. I i _. K: w. IIn.... '..m. ..1. 10.13 1 I.
__ .--: STARKB. FLA. f. W tUyea Non lea ...1. s.nx
True Church. M' R. W. te.... Horn tax eill.. 4.Hit .'
New 17ma-lOOO.OOO bond Issue TheN Is a true church wherever OM .-- ''I \ r _. 8UPKRINTKM: >KNT'8: REPORT I K w. Here com. tax *>,l. tti ,
for civic imp K. W. II.... eom. tan eol (IT '
to'J; >Jwoted upon another helpfully aid ...
hand meets i -- F. W. H.,.. ..
Cenaty .upe.I........." *aaa tat etalMa_ 'm. 4.1
rove meat. that U the only holy or mother church -- 11II 'rI / ; of' reumv erhoel 1 fuaea fur Ian exmtk of I IF.I W. llayea eom tax ...1. I II 'f-S:
I wall W. llayna eom. tax .ol. 9 OT t
shall be -iRuskin. Oot&>be,. 1924.
which ever was or ) : : ;
IAabmc-Plana formulating for t.'I Ceeieral ..... ..... I R W llaym. refund. 1.0(1( *
R W U..... refund .
beaotiflcatlon of 6 small lakes. __ III' tr '" !filii'.P"'I Bat., 001. i. 19U. ________._______..too* enRelpta F W U.".. refund 8|.04(4

'\. "" .!r. during. month _.______. .-.9666 BTWarranta Anllieny More, janitor 18 00
experiencing CoMa CatiM drip and tafluenza ::.01'" liieiietf during month n .U II R2 Juanlta) Holland teaehlnv Is Oa
Winter' Park-City .. ... Pal Nov I. 1924 _._...___.___ .__. 4BDJSntetrlet A. Joynor. teaehina. 15.0.| .
buclRMaJ boom. LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablets remove '" ['_ ..J ... I ".. IPal. A 1\1....... Janitor J5.0(1I
the .._ Thar U -xl, MM "Bnmo Qu cIis&" .. Oct 1. 10J4. ._________..______ 40.14Keeelpta '. F Collier, honks (a.on
.. -- durlnir month ___________. S Sit A Lamrna.
Im trashing
Madison Telephone Company E.W, GROVE'S ei...... oa bos. :Sea -- n SOD ,
I I Waranla luued during. month _-_"n 4 4K T II. Htnhnlatrr. teaching1. 1800
proving'ays ( Bal. Nov 1. 124 ___________-.- ._ 4S"9UMri I. roar t'ahln) 10.00 i
--.> The sheep! Industry presents! one of the bright spots In the present agrtCultural ; I .4 .... I J A. Waeuln. leaehlan 40.Oil
Tamp South Tampa Eleitric BUILD STRENGTH outlook according to the Sesrs-Roebuck Agricultural Foundation Overdrart Dot. I. 1934 SS IIRecelpta O II....... ...rhln.. ItO.ltd
: :::::::::
; :
__ 27110Warranta IL H.
; concern with capital The body depends entirely on the The number of sheep In the United States has been Increuwd for two years, dtirlnr month rhode. Ineldentala 1.00(
Company new! i luaued durlnir. month ______ ST 17 1. W. Walnwrlnht.) n>t>. 10 >J
.tockjjFof $160,000. organized; to blood for strength. If the blood is but Is still far from being back at wartime, or pre wsr, figures Overdraft Nov 1. IOU ....____ 02 Mntelrlrl J. W. Murvan ...",, n J.9S
Palm thin impure and undernourished, The United States produce. only abuut 10 cent of the world's total N.. 3. W. Mnrnan, erayon. fl.0(1(
boW electric plant and supply ia vitality per 11.1. Oct 1. 19Z4 ______ __.____ ._ 112Sn J. W Miinian, crayon 1.011
river i..ction with power and lights. your strength impaired your wool crop but consumes 25 per cent of It World carry-over storks of wool Recelpte durlnir month ____-._____. 11> ; la lowered and your power of have been shrinking; for four years and are now low. World production last Imuvd durlnN month .-- .- llftflT J. W. .Mot-wan, boot 14il
't for resistance against disease lessened. 11.1. Nov. 1 I. IM4 _____._____-.__ Oi7 52 .1 I W. Mnruan erayon S.44
Plant City-Plans formulating LEONARDTS ELIXIR FOR year was 00 million pounds below the previous year. III..,... N.. S J W. Mitrttan. crayon .Ai,|

reclaiming approximately 8,000 I both wool and lambs have been the Bal. Oel. 1. 19U. _____--_ ._______ H4 HIR W K. Mitdiira. wood II HI
THE BLOOD feeds the blood p The prices of strong; past two years ...,elpta durlnv month ___- __-.___. *,75 I J W. Mnman erayon 1.HIII
acre :of: .land. in Hillsborough county. builds it up mane! it rich, red and and the outlook for reasonable profits In sheep la excellent for several years/ to Warranta )iMtied during. month __'_ 27 lit C. II..|"........ trannportatton T.M

'lei" Coed .'. blood means coins 11.1. Nov. I I. 1OT4 ..__________._.0___ !.XSrxitrirt J. IV White, hrooma S..M i|
Sebrlng-Contract let for paving pure. N. .1 W whirr. buckela .10
streets. health strength T 1 new vigor. itai vt. i. 1BJ4. __________-___.___ miniRnculpU w. K:, riiornlon. jnnltor 4.00
fourjmile* of city Fortify your bony against disease. durlnir month _____ .._____ 12AMWarranta A. A Durdi-n.. weed 81.10
I. l\ke it more healthy by Junior Farmers Need Club Leaders I II I limited damns month ....... on.nit 1.. ili-hlli-1,1. weed '.00
BrtUtentown Contract let at$786fdtfor stronger; I Bui Nov 1. 1M. __ ____ _.______ 111,92DI.tii.t R. Kdvvarda. repalra 10 H ,
construction of bridge using LEONARDI'S ELIXIRFOR .e... T IX r Jonas, ...,,p Inddur S 60Johnmm

TilE BLOOD, the ideal ton Bal Oct. I. 1024. .___._..___._.____ 1S929Krceipta I'uh Co, chart '.11II
aeroB_lfttanatee river beteween this and purl ter. Ask for LEONARDI'S .- durlnix. month ____ ..___-.___ 1.I'SWarrnnta Johnion Pub Co, chart '.00
Palmetto.Tallahassee OF BOYS AND GIRLS AGRICULTURAL CLUBS l.....,! durllitt mon- I 17 I. I.. Wynn repaint B.OO
cit j11b package. Refuse all substitutes At metric Ne. S There being\ no further business' .
Contracts let for all druggists. Bal Ort 1. 11(24. ._____.__..__._._ 100 all
road construction in various sections I R.>Qlpta ,iliirlnir) month .-___-________ Si.ltft t the himr.l adjourned! to meet the first
[ Warrant leMiied during. month _____ 1... Mtmdity in December.1
oft,tstkS asp I 1 Kill Nov 1. 19114 _' nO Ne_ ._Sllal __. ______ 120.41Dl.trl4 All bank desiring to quality as

terBbursr-$3,000,000 hotel to I 1.0 3O.OOO s s Oct. I. 1024. .______.__..______ .... di'pimitorieii will apply by first\ :Monday
and lt Kvlpti. durlnir. month ___ __.__...... in Iiiwmhur.
be>jf| ..r eted at Fifth avenue '-1; Warranla Issued ittlrtnii month .__.__ 4.At

Beac; tdrive. t J Overdraft. No 1. IOU __ ______ 2111 L.V.. KICKLITER,
Ulrlrt Ne. IIllnl Chairman.
4S9.O74 240.416 Oct. 1. 11324-------------- 188.PO
'. Tarpon Springs-21 miles of new DirFCRENTIOYSCCIRIS TOTAL celpU IIlIrl.) ... month ___._".0__' ___ Jl. H. WICiCINS; ,
higbfr.! "'y to be built in immediate BOO.OOO Warranla Inuixl. ilurlnc. month ______ 21.01 -Swr4'tnry nnd. Superintemlont.MSTKHH .
I Fistula! aid Other Racial DIFFERENT
of II.). Nov. I. 11124 .. __n____.. 114.DR
ld.n1ik.7 city.1wemtPalm
r I Saceeaafnlly Treated by the ENROLLED BOYSS61RLS 1".lriol Ne. II
11.1.001. I. 1024 ___ __.. .___. __ .IS.1I3! HAIK.
Beach-Preliminary ser- AMBULANT METHOD: COMPLETING rrlptN tlurlnamonth. __-- ._-_.-_ HH.90
"eylJMlng| made for construction of No hoepKal. no operation, no ab..nc. Warrante I..".... diirtnir. month .i10.19 Notle In hereby ....n that under sod InniiraiiNnee
; from home, no loaa ul tune no interference 75O.OOO llnl. Nov. I, 1024 __ _n .._.___. SB7.4I nP a enrlain d........ of ronMtaeure
Dlvialtiighway from this city to' with aoclal engmjeimmln. IMiilriel/ N. It of eel*. mail .n,' ...n.h..d on the Klltn dnt
norUrJjtounty line. for Free Booklet- O nil, Oct 1. 1924 _'_' ._. 114 07K of <>.t"hi>.. A. I I' 11UJ.\ In anil. br th. J'lilu
Send my ._ . in.7fl
"Curing Piles and Other Rectal Warranfa U.iii"l durlna. month -- ".11I rlorlila.. In rhan..,. in that certain '
|[lfi ml $650,000 fifteen-story Daea e "-It explains every llal Nov. I. 11124 -.--- ----. _n' Oil. 4Dlitrlct emMie therein. penillnir.. wherein' KtnmaItiehnnl
altybuild ing under construction 6OO.OOO Ne. II )I. onmiilalnnnl., coil J. A. Culitmnn
r thingDr. Hal Out 1. 1IIJ4. .-. .__.._..__.. IIS.Rll cod llnhy OnUnmn. has wife. are tli>fini1anu.IK .
Geo. L. Dickersori Kivrtplii durlnir. month _.__n_ ._ .____ A. Cirron. a. HIM, ..U| Mantttr. nlmll of
yTajrpon Springs-Site to be acI I r Warranta leaned. durlnir month U' .. 104.ItHnl. frr fur sale at imhlle oittnry end' will cell to
cralTCciJJor}: new high school buildingat RECTAL AND PELVIC SPECIALIST* Nov. I. 11124 .-- 10.*.1 the hl.h..t end brut hliMor. fur ...h. before
UJVi Main St. Oppoalt Kreea nietrirt N. 14Hal. the ilnor. of lh. Court. l 11..im., In Rlarke. I'rail
con of $16,000.1811Csaota Second Floor Ilrrne Hldr. Oet. I. inn4 __ 1.11.71 I ford rnnnly, rlorltU. on the lot dray. of
Phone SUS JACKSONVILLE. FLA. 45OOOO Hi>eitlpta; diirlnn-.: n ih--- .::::::_ iiinmlx'r. A. l) 111-4. ilnrlnv the I..., hour*
Tampa Southern rail- mI j Warranla l..ud I durlnic. month ._ ___ fll.21 of ..1.. the followlntf ilivorlbeil. property
IIIIIIiI IIIIIIIp' Hill Nov. I. lll.4' ____ __...___._____ IHO.M til-Wit :
wabuild; depot here.Lakeland558acre I i 1)1.1.1.Nw UOverdraft All tbnt, rvrlaln t...&. parent or "I...*. .if
1 Opt. 1, 11)24 ___....______ 1. lItpculpla Inns lylnir. Iwlnif and eitunt, In ItrailMrilrniiittv.
tract purchased .ilurlntf month _. _.______ 25.lU lorliln. lHicrltiff l an rnll".. I The
/ III II IIU cw Warranla I.."... dnrtnir. month. __._ __ 10.M Nnrthwmt ...rl.. .of' the NorthwvMt ouarurof
-tIS35,000 for extensive develop- 300,000I Overdraft Nov. 1. ltU4 ___._.______ 80.111 auction Ail, Townnhlp 5. South ranue SJ
men .t approximate cost of $1,000- PUIHrt N.I Kmit, eimtalnlnic aarve. m"rv or I....
. . .
tt) Pal. OcU I. 10J4 SOS 4Ibvelpta II A. nilKKN.RpMlal .
000 durlnir n..th---::: : : -.:::::: 8.RH: Meter

Warranta /I....... durlnir month ______ 6.HI, A, /. ADKINS.
:BItOak City Guano Compait" U Sideache o 11.1. Nov. I. 11124 __._____ .__________ 101l. 1 HollolUr for Complainant. ll'7-4t-lt-M
I OOOOO lll.lriet N. ITPal.
'"' -
manufacturing enterprise; Out I, IOJ4. -e' _.____________. MilllHculpla NDTKti' OH APPIICATIONI volt FINAL
; durlnir month _u_-_______ 1." > (' "\ Rl:BNotlra :
\ .a Backache Warrantii lemii'd durlnir month ____-.. -.DA
est-New La Concha hotel Hal Nov. I I. 1024 _. '... '. '. lilt.OH le hir.*ly .irlvftn to .11 whom U
have been taking Car- OI.C.... N.s mar concern flint on the 2ml diiy of January ,
construction soon. a "h o rial. Ocl I I. W4 .__ '.__ ____. ..MHocelpta A. I). 1V25. I shall apply, !.. the Ilimorable 4
says Mrs. Lillie oltonl durlnir month _.._ u' -.. ni.HI It. A. n..*...,. eounty 1..1... of Ilradforil' eounly. !
:'. Park Two new rural moil I of Lake Providence, 1913 1916 1917 1918 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923 Warranla Inniii'd durln. month .- 211.00Hal. .Flurlila.. .a. Jtnlue of Jkrohate. for tnf UnallUchnrv
Avonv got down in bad health and Nov I I. 1U/4 __ 0. II ( aa eilininliitrator of th. ealiite of J.
deliv jry routes established serving a lost in weight until I only That club leadership must bt IruTeum'il pruperiJ|' | u.> train tin bole and November. I. IOU.It'r'rr. M. Mitwill dreraee.l.nd| | : that at the ..m.
or FIORINA time I will Unal aaenunta' .. ulmtnl.lretnr .
abootjgOO families. weighed 120 pounds. I had girls of the nation who decide to remain on farms and become the bulwark of COUNTY' Of' IlitA O"ORO. of pretMtnt aalil ectew my anil salt. for tltNtr-

*1 =- a bad pains in my sides and American agriculture II shown In a survey of the> club work of the junior I lierwby. cutkfy thai the foregoln. elate. approviil.ItaUNl, .
'Pa Beach Modern fireproof back and my legs hurt me farmers just completed by llenjurum II. Harrow dirt"for of the boys' and girls' ment .nf the ...tlnle and dUbureementa .of I I Nnvamhar lit. A, P. 1424
hotel be erected. until I couldn't walk. 1. the ai-hnol ',.nd. of ".. club work of the Sears-Roebuck Agricultural Foundation. month of Oototx, 11)24, I. true and onrnTtto II-7-111.\ 1-3 Adrnlnuiralor.NOTICK .
stayed in bed half the time.I .. ,
lh, beet of .niv .knnwledae and belief -- -- -'-
For Myers COllier-Vanderbilt- tried all kinds of medicine, According to the report' of the Foundation huwil on a count by the I>epsrtnirnt II B WUIOINS. "

Dupont;, interests acquire all independent : but it did me no ,_d. of Agriculture722,408 projects were begun In 1023! by 4JW.O74\ boys Couatv Ru...1nl.nd.ni., ..

telephone systems in south' Finally I tried and girls, a number which Is less than 0 per cent of the farm youtn of the nation SCIIOOI.' UO\ lilt I'KOCKKDI.XJS: : :' ; nlva The aealeil iKiaril blile f I'ubllv up l Inetrartlnn one-thirty will Ofltwlr.Monilny. re.e .

Florida? from Wachula Puta Gorda of club lIae. Of these projects 420,740: were completed, by 210,110 club DMnmlwr: :: 1 I. ,t'4.':; fur the Hale ofthe

and{Fort Myers to Everglade; ex- members. (Girl completing their work outnumber the boys three to two, there rionrd met in regular "session, Nov. aurorenfill ell part,' hili nf,....Hamimnn will b*Hnhmil reqiilre.1. bttlMlnif.. to repair The

teaatvs improvements contemplated.! hieing 150.104 ,girls and 00,222 bo,.. The report also Indicates that MO per rent 3rd l. 1021 with nil members present main. btillillnif ..,.. Ui the .price" bid. tloaril.
: : .
CAR DO I of the enrolled girls finished their projects, while only 520! per rent !Minutes of lust meeting rend, and, ,10. furnUh mnterlal for I....p.I W.,.KICKI.ITF.R.

'Stuart-$2S0.000 bond issue to be of the boys completed theirs. The high point reached I In HUH.\ / as shown by the approved. I Cbalrmait. .

.votedrwpon for improvement of St. '.i' accompanying chart was due to the expansion] of club work In connection with Perm Ion claim of !Mrs. Ida Maxwell .Knerelary.H.. Wir.OINS,

LucWHmlet : The Woman's Tonic the slogan of the day : "Food will win the war." After the crisis was over win rerommendod" \ for $3 per month. I" -- --- -- -- ,

there was retrenchment and club work suffered. claim of !Mrs. Hattie Men- ORDER FOR I'UIIlIfATION
8'irt pierce-Building construction IVnxlim In riroult Court.: alt' .lu lleial Clrunit! of
eonttana5 active. i "It seems like It did me good "Msny of the 8OOOXK( boys and girls engaged In club work hope to leave nett wn recommended without Plorlila." In soil for llrailfortl. Counly. In '

B from the very first. After I II the farm" said Darrow "but 80 per cent of them will remain In the country specifying, the amount. I (f'haneery.C'harli. Forman. 1 I i

Plea. n City-Heavy citrus ship- had taken half a bottle I noticed experience has shown. All who stay' on the' fnrm should have the benefit of The following, bills were audited.\ ... I lllll\ to Foreclose

m nt :being\ made. I B an impro"ement. I con the Inspiration"' and training club work affords It" .. are to provide thl for and ordered, paid from Ocnerul JamiMi ItvynoNU ft al I Mnrtwatie, ele ..
I better It appoarlnil by the afflilavlt' of the attorney
',T rpotJ Springs-Contract let for tinued and its better.use and The got in- the Junior farmers of the nation, we must rapidly Increase. the ouaiU' of county Fund : I for the tfiimplaimtnt eppemlrt,I to the bill
B pains of eomfilalnt fll. l In the above entltlttil .
Club IHTtleura eauee.I
leaders. teachlni
of streets. : 111.
t miles Nanp
aTJagiJttikalWorth: my leg. and aides .1../.,... toanhlpc 110.1111 I that It I. the brllof of sffl.nthet the. and I began to gain fll 0IHIv fomlant, C. W mlenon (' a eorporetlim -
:: I O peared .. 'r. r. awhorn.. l.no-iln I'M
... : nth
Blackwell Park new i I le rvalilvnl of Mtat than. e
In weight until now I weigh Weeal. faehlntf' I B":: "0 [ a a ) .
nbdlyfaton' annexed to city. I Maud:I Mit; <-hrli. teaehlnic. SO Oil
B 155 pounds and feel better I Buying Power of the Farmer I H.I Dowllnv. teaehlnir 200 00 the Kiel. of Vlorlila. the th. rtalili-nca 7PMI
: --; ; ; than I ever did in my life. I Inn-nee MHtthewn. teauhlng 100.00Carolyn | | ili.fnn.Unt I. Knoxvllle/ In the State ofTnnpMM
<11 -Polk county orange crop I B am perfectly well and strong. Krlpp. le.rhln" 100.00 *. that there I.. m> parvon In the
I Side of Florida the .. ,.1.. of a aubpan.I .
estimated at 4,000,000 boxes. it to !V Alilermnn. teeehln. InO.IIO
given my girls, I '
whom would blit'J such dffenilant. that
wave 10.00 upon
) .
II '13 '1-4 .1.f 'It 17 '!18 '19 '20 I 'E2 I q 2 d 1924 .H. Meilmiler., ti'iitihlnif 18.nO 'I the ... of Haiti tli'fentlunt. I le unknown to affiant.
M UnohlnK
d.O- Public Service
Florida Cardui has relieved many ''NOlO .M rdward: teoehln.. .. 0*.00 .
CompaMje. announces 20 per cent re- : kinds of pains and distresa- 1. Mullen, teaehlnir. "H.00 It I U thi<.*"", ... orrferml. that the Odd tlffend- 0
C W. llvnilpnion Company, -
ant a eorponethin
rates effective No- tag symptoms caused by fe N. 8uarne. teacblnif. HA 00 .. .
: gas 18 00 be and It le hereby tu appear
: due to installation of male trouble. It should help a 11D 6 A:., Tharln.Crirfln. teaehlnir fearhlnii) to DOK to the complainant: hill of -m" .. nlil

.ndard of manufacture. you too, in Jia same way. I'erklne. leaehlnu 54.00 herein .t the ruri Iliiuaa at Miarke. fir..)-

I Why not give it a fair trial 0 I II: ::r...teaching. teaehlna. (0 70.00:OOL. : I the ford Soil Counly.hip. ill Florida"...m., on..'or. U hfforo i4. and Munday It la,
Tampa.o.-$750.000: bond issue voted \ Andenon. ta.ehlne. 80 oil further nrdvml. that this ardor be pulillabe lonee
aaaa..aa. week fir four enneeeutlvo ....k.. .lathe
A. I.em.n.. tearhln *".<"> a
forfconvtruction causeway across II .'1.00 llratironl. Toijnly Telrureph. a newefia-
-- I. Rich.nlnon." teaehlnir
Hillborough bay. eo nn per pulillehed at nlarke. InJr..<'lforil County.
T II PlnhoMer. teaehlait I
i .- .. ... : : : : : = I.. fov. teachlnir. K . aC Uiccville Florida experiment j jitaUonfMnducting I I... Marhery, teeehlnn. 110.00 10.00 enlt: Court.my at hand Htarke.and In the llreilfonlH..riJe. eral Cuesty,

investigation for' I) Moon toaehlna- Mil.O'l this. October XUlll. 111",

eradication: $ of nail-head mat of to-'I'i, State F t V J A W.. A II...,..h.m.Wandin.... teaehlnK' teaehlnii teaehlnn. 75 8",011 OH I ( ) U Clerk W. AI.01r.n""H.I Clnalt Court.C .

\ pi' ,
I I. Seen, teaehlna-. 4i>.09 It. I.A YTON.I .
..:L. ,
:: T. II KI.LIH.' Jr."
. / W. MeKae. uaehlnv. .I' ..OOII
-- Complainant.. lO-Sl-Jl-ll-JS
.Clty-Site to be acquired'tort -. Kflwarde' Uachln. .",OnJ SolIclton for .
building. ./ \..-' A RoalrlKht.. ....hl...* US.0(1( I I -- ---- -- --/
hotel JRIIER FOR ptlIL1rATIO'l/:
Mrs Hourrtiihi. ....hln. .l".04 e
l1 M 0..... ... teaehlna. "".01 In Circuit: Court nth Judicial, Clreul': of JP
Whrter'jHaven-"White way" to be' r -Jr----- 1.. Wynn- teaching M.M "...1.... In ....t for Bradford County. In
ri. Waedln. tear-hlna. .0.00 ChanneryCharle .
in.talled'across city. 4H 00 Forma I HIM ta Pore- .
J If..II.nil. H.ehln.
.rt"1 tI I A. Joiner teaehlna"O. ... I .1... Mort
Eostiav.Bonds aggregating $100- .(AMe e MN e...."awemt'eV1.71M' II .artnn.. teaehlnaf "/ >1 William" M Keynolde" .1 al I ..a.., eta
and street im- ,. Hamilton, teaehln 27 (0t It epiwaHnv by the affidavit, of the attoFn.y
old for park
,. Hamilton, feaehlna-. U.nll for the eomplemitnt, appended. to the bill
prorellt.nt.TaarpsTampa.. The purchasing power of farm commodities continues to rise. Latest estimates I,. Hamilton Uaehlnir) 4 til of complaint filed In the above entitled ,
F Kualer. teaehlna-) Bl>.' '> reuse, that It le the belief of affiant that
'f Paint and Varnish I show an average of 4.8 point higher for the first eleven months of this W O Pueall teaehlna- I7'. I IMre I the def."" .nt. f W Mendereon I'ompany.; acorporation I '

about year than daring the corresponding; months of 1023 according to a report of "' Peralne./ leaehlna! O.OQ 'i .la a re>ldent ..r. State other.
Company 'to start operation than the 14'... of Klonda. that the reatdeneeof '
.M... Andereon. teuhln. 59.01
the S..r. Roehuck bss.d the Index number I I"T.
) Agricultural Foundation
December' 1. on new M.Kire. Muthln/ 0 00 i ald. defendant I la Knoxvllle. In the) Stale
of farm price prepared by tb. United States Department of Agriculture.Farm J .rri. Uaehlna- :0:00 I II. of Tennreeee. that there 'la no person In the.
.. Kdwarda.. traniportatloa 71 00 l' Stale ..f Klorlda. the service, of' eubuoena
*':% RYE-PARRISII prices show a combined *alo* of 134 on November 1, 1024. a* compared ,> A.H. Htnkee, transportation SO 00 j i ui.'n whom would bind ....b defemlanl that

Mrjf James henry Rye and Mrs. with 100 In lirtt. Thl* combined Index number Include 80 farm commodities If. A. freeeoft traneportallon ft*. Oil | the ... of Odd defendant la unknown. to affiant.

Fraftee Elisabeth Parrish, of r which represent more than 90 cent of the value of sold I., Johne, traneportatlon *0 00 .
per products A I. Erase, traniportatlon 71 ft" 'It la thereupon ordered. that the laid de
SUtk .}_re united in the holy by farms, the Foundation points out. Using August 10OO. to July 1014, all HJO W II. Harrell. trannportatielt 40.01) fendant.. C. W. llendenwn fompeay a eoeparation -
by Judge Greenat the of the stood November of this A O. Jenklna. teaehlntf $0,001 I he ami It .le hereby. or.lered. to appear
stat* matrimony purchasing; power ** product. at 87 on 1 year. 5. Jenklne. t..<-hln.> 40.0 hiaTbfflc* Saturday afternoon at In 1918 the purchasing power Wall 100 decreasing to 69 la 1021. In 1022 It role M. Paul teathlnv 40 0" I filed herein, al the Court lf.gee at Slarke

four; o'clock. fiJa.clvJ to 74 and by 1023 the average stood at 78. During be first eleven month oftbt..year i' C M Kelk-e.Wllllama.teaehlna-teaehln 1601)1 4400 ; Hradford.. the rlret County day, Florida of' 'Member.nn .or. 19241 before: and Monday It

MrJRy !Sa one of Starke' most tb* purchasing; power of farm coramodltlt averaged 823 all comparedwith O Hill tearhlna-. U 00'! .. further ordered that this order be piibluhed -

jootlg men a son of Mr. T7J5 In the sam period a year ago. r. teaehlnir l '0"f. \ onee a week for four one ..U.*
promising .: "I.Kj. board ..", Ie. 4 0A w....... In the Bradfi.rd County T....rap*. a
and .James Rye who came toStarkefrom Advances In grain which averages about 22 per cent of tb* total value I A Hatra, ..,.....1 eervlee *.<""> newepcper publlahed at .Slarke. In Bradford

Madison a few yean of farm products sold, and In price of meat animals, which average 27 |>er ,l I I.. J. Wynn. hoard. Mr..lee 40. ','.."nt,. Florida
Ineldentala 11.81 iIf _rof ..1<1 Cmcult r-
/If W. Wlwlne. band and the
ago Ills bride U a charming and acconpUahedl e cent baT. been the largest factor In the Inert*** of the farmer's purchasing I, W Wlialna. ulcer, eupt 7.,00 Wltneea Court my.t rltarke. In a..." .... teunly. /

young lady having re- power since 1021. The grain farmer received during the early part of this j I 0Ne.an.! .i.n.pert.tbm,. 1000H 7S OO Florida, thla October 16th. 1M4.O. .

Starke from Georgia r Told. :M.2,9 price about 10 cent abov the TliU had W AI.DEft" "" .
cently'noved.to year per pnnar flvo-jL-ar average. r Sher .1.". report eerde.. 1 109 I Clash Clrroll Court.;
AH friend, f the couple join in risen to 80 per cent increase by Jul).. At this sam time the &general price radford Ca T.I.Kreph.. .println' 144B'SSJO. ,C.',Iye.i/R| I.AVTON.
wlahlllctllellL' happiness and smccw level of commodities the farmer has to bay range ao to SO per cent dive the J.. W.A..d.".0".... ",traneportallon track J 011 .r M r.i.tis J.. !..... l.-'I"tI -, ,-...

*. (' 1813 level O. W 1.,1., .. ......"" ...,.... 6,00 Sollellora. for Colllpl.
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\, \ Hazcn, at Brooker this week. I, receipts of $199,608.28. ,
Bradford The tax
County Telegraph pension fund also
Mrs. Josephine Sullivan was the had '
I ...:. :-=--=-::..===-=--====-= guest of Mrs. Marion Bennett of I substantial balance of $267,98297. i
Bradford '
Activities in other
I High St funds ;
Starke last Thursday.Mrs. worn
I k P.Ib1I:'shed weekly and entered ancond I : dicnted in the following figures I ;;
I W. B. Alexander and daughter / : !
.. clasH matter, at the poet Miss Wilma Pearl attended : Stato- road tax fund ,I" (

.1 ofrtre" at Rtarke. Florida. church, at Starke last Sunday evening $2.r>6tt9.62; ; diebursemcnt24,09 -

i -. School Journal ;(: ; balance, $18!>,ST2.

\ I .. 8. MATTHICW8_______..__._______.O.mr.J. I Mrs. B. Moslcy, of Green Cove Drainage tax fund, recoipr _: :

C. ROBINSON.______.._M n..ln. Editor. 'Springs, who has been the guest of 22 disbursements $ll1lj) .21 i"
her Mrs. Milton Black for ,r $2:12.10.40.: ;:
sister, ,
". j PUBLISHED: EVERY nm ...\yI several weeks, return*! to her home (, q- Editor Sport Editor ..- Drainage bond fund ,
$112,533.42, disbursement .
I .
lust Friday.W. >
I -'- -- II. Griffin visited frieriris and AuinUnt" Editor !1125.38, balance $67,1381. !

I SUBSCRIPTION R\rR ,..Iati vos at Pompano, this week. !!>- ------- I Motor vehicle license, unim! ,, J

I Per Year -. .-.- --- $1.GO;, visited, other points of interest whilein I- SCHOOL, NOTES grow to a great height. They will what do such expressions as "the I fund, receipts $5,528.70, d. I, lr% a aI
South Florida. I add much to the attractiveness of the I bee's knees", or the "snake's hips", I ments I $3,520.67, balance $ liu".>_

Six Months __ _-- 7BcMo. Mrs. W.-ff. Alexander and daughter i The usual chapel exercises were campus. The planting of the palms mean ? Of course it's slang and Web- : motor vehicle license main!, tin>> '

j Miss Wilma pearl, and Mrs. V. not held on Thursday of last week is the "first step that has been takento I ster defines slang as: A name for a fund receipts $7,057.! ,h- ,tIr,
I I'I II B. Wheeler and children motored to' the piano in'the auditorium un- beautify the school grounds but' class of expressions used by the'edu- ments $24,143.18, balance $IJJM:! l",

\ Waldo last Sunday afternoon. dergoing a much needed tuning. it is hoped' that it will not be the cated or uneducated but hardly hav- ,.I Gasoline inspection fund I n.?, !
I Mr Rance Moorer, of Theressa, last. l lMiss i I' ing the stamp of general approval. $13,512.04) disbursements $11 i; i,.
B. 1[.
Last Friday the students of
was a business visitor here this I balance $142,232.90.
I \". week 'S. took their third and final vaccination : Carolyn Fripp's class in j I SLANGBy State road license fund (trus), ,

iI J. W. Blanton and. daughter, Mrs. in the treatment to prevent ninth grade English have been writing J Mattie Norman ceipts $191,217.33, disburHnu

.. Dunn Brannen, of Miami are visiting diphtheria.The themes on slang, and the following $197,162; balance $195,078.1 ly,

t their relatives here this week. I members of the school choir wereselected as the best: One of the most common mistakes :

Miss Eva Williams, of Waldo, was held a practice in the auditorium WHAT IS SLANG? : made in our language today is the G LISSON-BO ET1E

I n visitor here last Sunday. Tuesday at recess. By Virginia Weeks use of slang. It is used by people all I
I.. II. Uodds and family, who have over the United States, and the Mr. George Dewey Gliason .

495! I j I 'been located out of town have ',comfortably On Wednesday busses were at the When you learn the English language I world too. It is used to a great ex- Mrs. Delma Lucy Boyette, Jth'.,

(Meluoenhip In National Highway'' located in the Allen residence Marion Hotel .to take the school do you learn the American language tent by the young people, but every- Me Rue, Clay county, were united,

Association) on Church street. children to the Alachua County Fair ? You most certainly do not. I one uses it more or'less. 'marriage by Judge Green at

----_._ -- Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Scooten, of for School Day and the pupil's A foreigner may learn the English The use of slang really means .ourt house Saturday afteinu.m. ,

THE KNOCKER Gainesville, have recently been the I'' grades were not cut if they attended language and think he knows it, and vulgarity or poverty of ideas. People Both of these young,: people ..

\J guests of Mrs. II. B. Wecst. i the fair on that day. he may, but when he comes to who want to be vulgar can always well liked in their coinmun ,

Advocate-The meanest Brack Prevatt, of Starke, visited !I America and hears a perfectly sane I find some slang expression to ex- their many friends wish thin" ,
: Wachula
: the Knocker his sister Mrs.\ J. F. Johnson last I Mrs. Herbert Ritch taught the girl! say, "Oh! I'm crazy about this their thoughts. Of course there happiness
world is
in the press
man a second last the ----- -- -
Friday during -
grade -
I Sunday. that what does she mean except
or j
Likewise lie ia the most useless. Al- are some expressions that are not I PP 'i IYTEI1IANI
I., Dr. Middleton, of Starke was a : absence of Miss Tharin. that she is mad and half the time she have
: et there la lens excuse for his existence I vulgar but the majority an ex-
I than for any other living crea- 'professional visitor here this week. : The regular -teacher. Miss Griffin says she is mad she means that she pressed and implied meaning in that I ;;"
i' j Sunday sch 1 10 a. m. ,1 J 1 1I
I Miss Maud Mitchell and Mrs. C. E. ) is angry, so what are they to ex- ,I j jI
ture. being sick Mrs. Herbert Bitch taughtthe I
in Starke last But is this slang? Slang can line.A Truby, superintendent.
a lie has no reason for his actions Cady, were chopping third grade Tuesday.. pect good many people use slang be- I I 1*
Saturday. mean either vulgarity or poverty of Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 i
l that would entitle him to the consideration it. It shows
p other people use
1 of his fellow citizens. Mrs P. E. Johns, of Starke, spent On last Friday the B. H. S. Basket Ideal!! cause thinkof m. by Rev II. A. Tucker D. D i ii
"- '. born of the week-end with !Mrs. L. G. Johns. Ball team played the Lawtey I I Of course there are localisms anda poverty of ideas for we could ,i Mid-week Prayer Service Wednt [
He knows because he is expression of our own if wewern't I
some t
;,+ Miss Lucile Johns, of Starke, visited team, the game resulting !In the score great number of these have been day evening 7:30.
I end
r I malice envy.down than rattlesnake her cousin, Miss Erma Johns, being eighteen to seven in favor of :I taken into the English language. too poor In thinking power. i Choir, meeting: at 8 o'clock W!? I II
lower -
He Is a Slang words are merely borrowed,
this week.J. i Nevertheless the expressions "Youre I nesday evening. j
i and not half so honorable for't if for otherwe
and for that
I his V. Jones and family motored to some kid," has not been adopted reason A cordial invitation is extended
the snake gives warning of I should to own
I try arrange our
Highland last Sunday. JOKES yet. What would a foreigner thinkif all to attend these services.
strike without
I reason. Rev and Mrs. Burke of Waldo we told him he was "some kid"? ideas.
lie is usually a Ne'cr-Do-\Vell I have already mentioned that we
were visitors here last Tuesday. to Do that he would thinkat SEABOARD TIME TABLEIn
Joe-"I hear that you are going you suppose
\ who has not enough to work We
l energy should to avoid these habits.
1\ his Mrs. L. G. Johns has as her guest buy a new dog. What kind?" all? Most likely he would not, try
I to keep
enough decency
, nor are judged by our speech and we
d this week her aunt, Mrs. Lena but would have us to understand that November
M.oze1le-"Oh I think I'll get one ( effect 16, ]1121*:!I >
mouth shut. should have vocabualry
He Is what Dob Ingersoll said of Priest, of Waldo. of these tea-hounds I've heard so he was twenty-one years of age and above try to our SouthboundNo.
reproach. -
'. in Mrs. Josephine Sullivan attended much about." no "kid" at all. But if he did stop
mule "without pride ancestry -
I -- church at Theressa last Sunday. and think it should convey the idea STATE TREASURY BALANCE 1 reaches Starke at 12:16; a .
and or hope of posterity ex-
Rev. Cressent, of Clearwater, One says that ever since the boy to him that he was extraordinary in NEARLY THREE MILLION No. 3, 11:02 a. m. :
I preached at the Christian church last next door got a saxophone he doesn'tknow some manner don't you think it
j Sunday.Mr. whether to run when the fire would? It should but it might not, TallahasseeNov. 15.-A balance of No. 21, Cedar Key 6:00: p. m.

: but C. Van Allstino and son Earl whistle blows or not. i therefore the best way is to always $2,980,177,69 in the state treasuryon No. 7, Limited, 2116 p. m.
We believe In law I
: ''I 1 enforcement law Van Allstine, who have been locatedat apologise for using slang expres- November 1, is shown in the NorthboundNo. -
that the told a' I
there are some cases George Washington never
:. Cocoa for several months, returned sions, but wouldn't the averago monthly balance sheet, which discloses 2 reaches Starke 4:15: u' m.
The habitual knocker didn't make I
will not reach. lie but then his teachers
l'' to their home here last Sunday. I American spend the greater; part of that the disbursements for Oc- No. 4,'426: p. m.
: him give excuses lor belnalate at
exruse hooded teaching Miss Calaway, of Macon\ Ga., is school. I his or her life apologizing? tober exceeded receipts by $127,000in No. 20, Cedar Key, 8:50: a. m.
for men anyone
l"" lesson the knocker Is the one the guest of her aunts, Mrs. W. K. The American language is not the round numbers, the totals for No. 104, Limited, 5:57: p. m.
t that should be favored first.It Jackson and Mrs. J. C. Cadwell this The palms which were planted only one that contains slang, but as these columns being 1383738.05 Wannee BranchNo. -
week.D. around the school grounds lastear I afar as that goes does any language and 1256853.06, respectively I
is of little use to reason with 101 leaves Starke 7:40 a. m.
W. Moore\ of Theressa, was a have all taken root and have grown contain slang ? No, slang Is not ink I The largest balance was left in the .
the knocker for usually he is not I No. 102 arrives Starke 3:1:1; p
'. amenable to reason. lIe hasn't business visitor here last Tuesday.Mrs. considerably in size. These palms are a language; !it is merely synonyms 'general fund, amounting to nearly a I (Daily except Sunda)
C. Van Allstine has as her of the palmetto variety and will 'that are not in the dictionary. But million dollars. Disbursements from I
decency enough in his makeup to appreciate T. J. GRIFFINWoman's
guest this week Mrs. J. Allen, of this fund totaled $3:>2,223.5.1 against
that he is the lowest of all
I creation. Buslines Mrs. Allen made her home
here for\ several 'years and has host I
Some of us knock now and then of friends here who are always a gladto March to White House t......!..... .! ....+t.i. ......!+ ,..j...!.....'...;

.1' unconsciously. We ought to be careful seo her.
of our words. Carelessly spoken Miss Mary Nimmo visited: her sin ,

statements sometimes do incalculable ter, Mrs. W. P. Britt! of Louise. tart' f I
: harm. Every intelligent citizen Sunday and Monday. I Powder River

) 'i I of this county known that there is : Uev. Hicks, of Waldo' will nil his

i no better place I In the State or In the I regular appointment at the First '

t United Stakes' to live and mnko a Baptist church next Sunday, Novem .
living; and. yet we sometimes hear tho ber 23. '

careless anon say that trucking( Is a Dr. Parks, of Starke, was a professional ; t U. S. Official Motion Pictures taken on the Battlefields !;
Ramble and! that the orange industry '
visitor here last
j U. a poor business, in spite of the Sunday. ;' t of France by U. S. Signal Corps. Complete -

i fact that tho most substantial cltlfcns BROOK ER I-- Z.
I of this community owe their ; History of America's part in the
Brooker, Nov. 21-The machine I II
I prosperity to both industries.. We all
t know that an orange growing: tha.I. 'agent, Mr. Eddison was attending

Is properly taken cure of is the finest to business here tHIs week. I t WORLD WAR !

and most profitable) of all agricultural Jean Huzun, of 'Sarasota, spent I j4

or horticultural pursuits and. we lust week here. .
also know that the truck grower who Mrs. Me Kenny, of Hampton, spent : .

', attends to his business faithfully anti] lust week here with her parents, Mr. .
and Mrs. G. II. lIazen. .
I intelligently la sure to make sutis- .
: ... tory returns. It is the "occasional Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Strujhorne, of I.It ,,;
Waldo, spent lout Wednesday here. .
trucker the one who puts in a I .
I II. 1'. Gainoy. W. It. Howard were *
crop now and then and probably does I ''"
not attend to it nor understand how attending to business in Jackson- .
to do it properly, who does the last Friday. !
I "knocking about the industry and not Guy Long,: spent the week-end at .

I the man who keeps at the business Madison.[ .
constantly, who takes the thick with Among those attending the chamber !

t the thin, the bitter with the sweet. of commerce here last Friday !

1. Every man of intelligence knows I night from Starke were: D. E. Airs. Miriam A. Ferguson Mrs. Nellie Taylor Rons x t
"- Knight, J. C. Robinson E. S. Oov.rnor of ... f .
I that all kind, of business! are subJect Matthews Elict Tt Govirnor Elect o< Wyoming' If- t r
vicissitudes. The does F. F. Stump, G. W. Alderman Another mil B' has r t f"r
to sun not "r been passed in woman's advance upon t } 1
J. It. Ititch, F J A. Scott, and others. \\' House ehlte r
the '
always shine. Bad \eather or poor ln electIOn of women governor in Texas and Wyo. i ; .
Uoscwell Ward, of Tampa, spent ming. These two women will than five i
markets affect the farmer, Just as when'th govern more< million citizens r ;,
poor businessor unseasonable the \yeek-en
weather affect the merchant and the !Mm. T. P. Ward. .

t+I, manufacturer. Fortunately these arc II. P. Gainey.! and J. II. Kelley w .

conditions that do not interfere with spent Monday[ in Gainesville .

the farmer or fruit grower in this Mr. and :Mrs. I. W. Penholstcr, S. Your Baby Can Be Wonder Baby Too, ifMrralla ....... + .
', locality in the same degree as in V. Andrew and family attended too .
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funeral Mrs. Stevenson last Mon Ii II '
most other places. A poor crop or n of i .

bad market In most farming sections day. o .
means! the Ions of a year while here Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Weeks spent ot .

one may replant and.! keep sOntl'thingrowing Monday in Starke. I ,I'" .
all the time. Mrs. G. B. Colson and E. C. Long .,. .

.. Let us all who sometime knock spent Saturday in Gainesville. +
$ : without thinking how serious the re- Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Weeks and fami- r r J; I + Showing every division in action. Featuring every great battle :
ly G. B. Colson
F and family, E. C.
ults bo resolve to 'it and
go to may boosting. If we have quit nothing Long Ressie Colson Robert Long, \ I the German retreat from St. Mihiel surrender of the GerI

good! to say about our country or our and Eugene, Jr., spent Sunday at I it i man fleet and activities of German submarines. .

neighbors let us keep still and perhaps Daniels Mill. rM 'I I

( our example may have 1goo,1 ST. MARK'S CHURCH i I Shown by the American Legion Post 91 of Starke :'

affect on the habitual knocker, In .
i' .
I case there is a single bit of decency The services for the Sunday next I -- -
'"' in his makeup. before Advent wil be at It a. m. and : ..- I : WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY

't i t 7:30 p. m. Note that the evening ser- -' -
' IIAMrTONiampton vice .
will now be resumed. '
'f i Our new Bishop, Rev. Frank A. 1 i November 26 and 27th !
t ] Nov. 21-Mrs. LeRoy Juhan, will be consecrated next

I I*) J Thigpen and Mrs. Kite, of Waldo, Tuesday in St. John's church, Jacksonville t- .
visited Mrs. L. G. Johns this week. THURSDAY i

t j. Mr. Frank Johnson, while- operating The special period for consideringthe t Matinee 3 p. m. Matinee 3 p. m. !
his porfitable\ saw mill just out s
'.> church's
advance work closes School Children
20c 25c and 50c
of town, happened to get a buttonon with the Every Member Canvass. It : !
on his sleeve caught in a belt which : 11
Is the give! every member the oppor- -
pulled his arm into the machinery tunity to contribute both for parish ; i NIGHT SHOWS 7:45 !
, yi: i causing a severe wound. L. J. Wynn, expenses and for the church's mis- ,
hi : who was present at the time of the sion work. I
I \ accident Drought him to town whereDr. i ; Admission. 25c and 50c, Reserved Seats 75c i

R. -,.1. Faver dressed the wound. THANKSGIVING DAY Allen, If Months old, of Covington, Ky, already fcaowi ro .
The physicans say that the wound There will be Union service at the the alphabet and ld nttt d and plainly spoke each name wWn aatcwl + ,

is of the flesh and that the bone is Baptist church at 10:30: a. m. Dr. by nn! ditftr-t nths nt of spectators all American In a babta reesnt could txUnirvt he t.MUM Educators if motb say.r>j | Gaiety Theatre Starke:1"

4/, neither misplaced or fractured.Mrs. Tucker will deliver the sermon. The would start education a* soon as babies dot la to MOW Interest* j

E. A. McKinney attended the offering will be for charitable pur- Photo I ia of Myralin and h.r mothtr .

%I' I funeral, of her grandfather, Mr. Dan poses. t....... .............+...... ...t+t+t.t+.+!.

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