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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 28, 1924
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 2d. 1921. :NUMBER ENTY-T1IREK

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IURCE VETERANS INSTRUCTIONS' XMAS MAILINGOF PACKAGES AFTER EXPRESS SERVICE BRLDING sflELLED.: YACHT SKAKC11HD IS WETS TOPRESS

GIVEN BY POST OFFICE BY COAST PATROLS ..

The November 12 issue of the FOR STRAWBERRIESCounty Siik :Magnate's Cruiser Gets. Bomtmrdment HOUSEVictory
[TO CLAIM BONUS "Postal Bulletin," issued by the 'I and I* Searched Under :

Office Depart- Guard, by Government Keve-'
Post
United States Chamber of Commerce Inv stated that during the past sixteen '
ment and others, contains renewed I rite Southeastern Officials! to years 1018 cars of berries were ship- I flue Ik> ts. of Hill EneourngesLaw'a0p-
Jacksonville, Nov.' 21.-Govern- instructions as to preparation for Attend Meeting ped from (.IIWll')' by freight the ponents.Washington. .
enlt officials want ex-service men Christmas mailing, with advice to charges made by the carriers for Miami November 21.-The crus-

[to"* pply for the monies due them under the public- One <
the adjusted compensation act The postmaster general, in the bul- yet taken by the chamber of commerce to practically a half million dollars.In M. Bclding, wealthy New York silk of the house will press fur favorable -
noon as they can letin, urges patrons to shop and mail : was the inviting of officials of I addition to the freight shipments manufacturer aboard, wan fired on by action b>' the house judiciary

etter recl ved. today by Lieut. Col. early so that Christmas parcels may the Southeastern Express Company I the volume of berries. corn beans! district U. S. be delivered early and avoid a last to Starke and take up the dusk tonight, two mile off Miami of .
Gilbert A. Youngberg I Ito come and other produce handled by express the Volstead/ law to permit
[district engineer from Lieut. Col. minute rush. The post office will ,question of providing express refrigerator -I from that point would bring 1, and hoarded and searched, Mr. light wines and beer it was learned
D. Watson of the headquart- make every effort to handle the car service to the straw- ,Belding reported here tonight. There such
lame* I the total paid to the freight and express today. are 60! hills before
era Mali for the fourth army corps Christmas mails without congestionand I berry growers of Bradford county.At companies during the lust sixteen | Shots from two 1-pounders were I the committee, introduced by a; many
a lanta asks the local army offi- delay but owing to the enormous the meeting held Friday night at years well up to the million fired on the Cocoon its the craft with members. Hearings have been held

'eer to make any move he.can which volume this can be done only with the courthouse the SeCl'l.tary of the I murk. While figures are not availableon n party/ of :Mr. Ilelding's friends wore by the committee on the proposed

wU'lhasten up getting in the neces- the cooperation of the public. organization was instructed to the amounts paid by shippers of returning from a fishing trip headed legislation but no report has been
tla farms which ex-service men Packages should be securely wrapped write to the president' of the Southeastern produce from Starke to the transportation toward the government out and made to the house. The bills are

,I mUllt fill out to obtain the compensa- with special packing for break- and ask his presence at an companies during tho Biscayne bay Mr. Balding said. being fought by the Anti-Saloon

tlo able articles, which should be tagged early meeting of the chamber of some period, it is believed the total After boarding the ('ocoonlun./ .. League.

Co one I Youngberg asked the ex- "fragile." Perishable matter shouldbe commerce. i I will amount to considerably more 1 drawn, and making a search of the The victory of Congressman Hill,
+ [scrvtee men to hustle up a little and m..l ked plainly and addresses Ofllcials of the Southeastern Express than the Lawtey section. During the vessel const guard officers expressed of Maryland in a Baltimore federal
made public a letter from Washingvhich should be complete and plain. Par- Company were in Starke. and 'lust few years, however shipments '!I' regret nt the incident the munuIfucturer court action against him by prohibition
carries much news of in- ticular attention should be paid to Lawtvy last May at the invitation of hnve fallen otf, duo almost entirelyto said. enforcement talkers\ for making

|torrt to those intending to apply postage and weight limits. citizens who were interested in seeing 1 lack of transportation facilities, The first shot heard by the party wine and cider in his home and dispensing -

jfor .the compensation. Additional information on mailing that the strawberry growers geta land! although growers and businessmen 1 on the yacht was not recognised as it to friends, has encouraged f.
E.ctractll from the letter are: Christmas parcels may be obtained service that will put their crop into I of this section for years have such, but n second. shot which followed the "wets" and brought about theirdeterminntioy .

: i J'' fit is imperative from the standpoint from the local postmaster. the markets in !good condition. At I endeavored to secure the refrigerator was answered by blunts from ho( \ to renew their efforts
I in the udministra- this time Supt. York promised the service from the American Express : Cocoon's whistle to come along side. Federal I Judge Super held (t was
of economy WATER IS TURNEDON'
" 'In Ition'cf the act and consequent saving LOS ANGELES' delegation of citizens that he wouldimmeliately Co., the same service given the When the patrol bouts drew near, the necessary to prove that the wine and

..' lto\the taxpayer that those veterans take up the matter of I Louisiana berry growers, failure I Cocoon threw its searchlights on tho cider was intoxicating in fact to sustain .
'" wb Intend to avail themselves even- Raiders Recede After Taking Possession supplying suitable cars with the has marked their efforts.It government craft and was greeted prosecution for its home manufacture

.. [taally; of the benefits conferred by of Supply for Irrigation. Southern Railway, the line over I is understood that one, of the with violent lungunge according to for personal use, and that
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'f. which the Southeastern Express those the rested thu There
Itha'act_ should make their application reasons why the American Express on yacht. proof on prosecution.
|now?>To extend the work over a Los Angeles.-The waters of the Company operates to Hampton. At I Company has steadfastly refused to The Cocoon guarded by patrol wns no denial that the Hill wine and
period! running up to January 1, 1926, Los Angeles adueduct dirverted into I that time Supt. York stated that grant a express refrigerator service boats steamed into the governmentrut cider contained an excess of one-half.
.B 'd lth l.time limit within which applica'i Owens Lake last Sunday by a raiding i the company only had one hundred to the growers of this section is because where it stopped and<1 was. boarded of one per, cent alchol by volume.
be made can result only party of Owens valley ranchers, who express cars suitable for handling of the comparatively smnll Mr IteMing. reported. .- --.-.-----
,., ) may seized and opened the Alabama waste I berry shipments, and that this number 1.KMUEL: SAI'P '
In r.i"i!material increase in the cost of acreage now being devoted to Mr. lieldmg said\ tonight that ho
north of Lane Pine Inyo coun- would have to be largely Increas-
,
[administration which the war depart- gates i strawberries.!! One of the largest was convinced that, thu count guard Accompanied by the bereaved family -
their
,, moat is endeavoring to hold to a very ty were turned back into course saida ed.The berry growers of the country nt the boat knew the identity of the Cocoon. tho body of Leinuol Snpp, ago
by the raiding party Friday chamber of commerce now
mlnlmum. This is the situation meeting Friday night stated that this The yacht from
low. so Los Times. was lighted stem to fia.: of -113, Spearing street who died
the have conferencewith
dispatch to Angeles plans to another
rj as the taxpayer is concerned. decrease in acreage was due to the stern the manufacturer suUl.RIGHTOFWAY Saturday was forwarded by the. Seashore -
abandon
The ranchers' decision to the officials
express' company
, lack of suitable transportation that ---- ---
I the viewpoint of the veteran ; Funeral Parlors yesterday,
JFroni their announced determination "to and learn what has been done in : IIKING; CLKAKKD:
that if growers are turning to other pro- to ]Kaiford where tn3 funeral
; it is more imperative morning -
hold the gates open until state troops providing for this! express service. At
|h-.ilntends) to apply eventually forItW.benefits I I are sent or Los Angeles comes to the meeting in May Supt. York stat- ducts less perishable and also stated Work Begun tin Improving nf Koad and Interment, will Ixi hold.- .

) given by the act that he our terms" was reached at a conference ed that his company would be in position that when express refrigerator sory-, From Long Bridge to Lake Under Jacksonville Journal Monday, Nov.
should do at onceThe war depart- | ice is provided the berry growers, 21.
[ so
I leaders held Keeler
of at on to handle the entire berry crop'
'. |mentis; daily receiving cases where' the shores of Owens Lake, during the of this section by the coming shipping the acreage devoted to strawberries Work on clearing the rightofway Mr. Sapp Is the father of Fred,
[Veteran who have thought them- (I would increase.It Kapp, a former employee! of the Ford
night.!: It was reached, says the Times season and would give tho for the improved road leading
[ftelves in the best of health have of the I I Is believed, thn lI..mlllIn will from Garage/ in this ,city and his many
Dispatch, as a direct result shippers a three day express service Long Bridge to Lake Duller .
(died for been killed by accident with- I resolution adopted last Tuesday by into New York City. The short haul be worked out with representativesof has been under way for several days friends hl'rooill sympathize with
, a OUVinlC submitted their npplica-' the Southeastern that will resultin him in the loss of his father.
'I the Los Angeles clearing; house association from Lawtey and Starke to Hamptonover and good progress) IH living made.
ftionsttfor adjusted coniponsation. 'I promising its co-operation a hard surfaced road will not I vast benefit to the growers of produce The contractor in charge of this WILLIAMS NI'WIIININli: -----
Thei> widows and ,children many of I I I settlement of the through this section. The transportation work states that the 'v
' in promoting a wa- injure the berries in any manner, and rlght-of-wny ROOM OI'BNF.D:
, 1 iy tberr(1ln needy circumstances, receive, I i I ter fights and fond(! "providing the the last obstacle to trucking berries committee of the chamberof I will bo ready for HIM grading crew --- -
-'gel t4Mtcb t l cases, the amount of the ad- i'! gates are closed." and vegetables to Hampton for ship- commerce will keep actively at within three weeks Messrs. Adams Arthur Williams hits opened IIHnew

- |justed" service credit, an amount | The control gates were opened ment via the Southeastern was re- work on this important matter until. & Sanders< were* awarded the contractfor dining room In thu former
,..,' :equai ljto approximately one-third of ''when the ranchers decided to bring moved with the completion of the some decision Is reached grading. Flitch building on Call street. Remodeling -

whatJJhl'Y would have received in ono i iI !I to a decision their long standing dispute state highway through this county. Tobacco Growing lTpQ'oln' -- ----- --- of the interior has lieeucompleted

i payment in rash, hud the veteran with Los Angeles!: over diversion i. Sentiment as expressed nt Friday ...crl'tury'lItl.h! was instruct/1 to CITY ItEl'ltHCIIMmN' TKACTOU) but thu painting will .require
r nadefnrplication' prior to death. For for city use of water the ranchers night's meeting tended to show that write the Madison\ county chamber FOIL STREET WORKIn several days lu Mulsh. When.
who I I
stance, should a veteran serv-
I : i I maintained was needed for irrigation. the business men and growers of this 'if commerce ami enlist their aid in addition to the truck being finally turned over to Mr. Williams,
him now /
for
entitling 1
to b.verspn a period amount of adjusted i I Approximately 100 overpowered section will line up solidly behind securing a practical tobacco man to used !hy tho street and nunitury it will be onu of the show places ofSUrke
maximum
; : i city employes at the waste gates, the Southeastern Express Company conic to Bradford county and go I and one well patronized, by
forces the ,
I of city the' dads have
ce credit, $l>2.;, die without fil- (I city '
.
drove them from the site and turned when the into the of tobacco the public.
express refrigerator service thoroughly question )
the
purchased used
dean application, his widow, chil- tractor formerly ,
I I the water into Owens Lake. -- ----------
I tho I is given to this section. It is growing and also which of for keeping the streets of Stiirku.
other within up
or dependent FREIGHT( IIK.GINS: 10 MOVEOVER
. The Los Angeles water supply was known that the Southeastern is )perfecting our lands are the most suited for
This tractor traded in the
[:restricted class. will receive that .. was on : !loaH.ur.: LINK
i not I threatened however as enoughfor I plans for the handling of this purpose. While the weed ran bo purchase price of truck members
. (mount only in ten quarterly install- a !
meets while, if he filed his applica- ninety days was impounded below I straight express matter by truck I'IWIalmost every part of the county of the street committee: believing at No Charge Mnile, by Florida' Western
( where the adueduct was cut. from all towns on state road number Rome sections arc especially
ltionTprior to his death, the widow, I I the time that tractors could bu secured Kail road.
children or dependent will receive i! Despite the absence of armed aggressiveness -I, thirteen within easy reach of Hampton adapted to such crop, and with tho from the county when needed.!
on either aide, the situation iiid tit will West Palm Reach Nov. :21.I Although
approximately' $1,580 in cash in ono including Lawtey, Starke, Wal an experienced grower it Since then it has become apparentthat
I t was described by observers alI I, do, and. possibly Gainesville and it lie an easy mater to locate such it would bo more economicalfor about 00) miles of the truck:

[payment.Vfurther reason for prompt ap-' I I' needing but little more to precipitate may yet come to pass that the most I tracts particulury adapted to tobacco.Attend the city to have its own machine remains to be laid over thu new 2111

I Fpllction on the part of the veteran that section of California into civil popular'slogan In this section will be the meeting tonight at the available for use when most needed. mile croHH-stutu 1"Inrh.luVedorn and

I:ill:that the face value of the insur- warfare. "Ship by Southeastern." courthouse and hear the reports of The truck: recently purchased will Northern Railroad carload shipments -

fVMe ertificate furnished him is de- I.I OPENS:; REAL ESTATE OFFICE Mr. J. H. Moore ono of the largest committees hard at work on matters be used also for handling the ire apparatus of freight have already begunto
from the of. the entire according to u special dispatch /
shippers Lawtey section interest to county. move
: of the
|pendent upon( the age of the veteran D.o'. Moseley has opened his real town. ,
I to the Palm Ueauh Times to
1 atthe time of filing his application 'i estate office in the same building occupied --
1 |tlwamount decreasing as the age I by Col. D. K.: Knight on Call I CAR (JIo' 'l'ILNI..HWe day.The .

eales. By delaying filing his ap- i Street and is listing properties for : Chamber of Commerce Meeting wish to thank tin manyfriend products Initial and are shipments being moved are of from fund I ;

I plication, the veteran may place sale. Mr. Moseley is an experienced I who HO kindly assisted I .
t ulIl Center Hill in Senator count Since
[himself in another Insurance year, real estate man and by locating in I during the sickness and loath of our )
the road will be officially openedbefore f
not
|thereby reducing the amount he mayreceive. :!I, Bradford county shows his. faith InI! Starve Tonight Friday 8:00 dear/ husband and father January I I. nu charge Is being -

I !i this section of Florida. Mr. Moseleyhas Mrs. P. W. llazen and Family. I'I made for shipment hauled at {

1 Inatly the cush payments of the thoroughly investigated all parts this time, the dispatch
pcttbecome due on March 1. 1025, | of the state and has been located --- .---------- i says .
/ Aiidirunlesh the veteran applies in in South Florida for several years n.uJlmsli: : / K:: K-r riiJo H 'I'I I

[aafflclect time in advance of that but says this county is in the best -l I*' ON KM:
idate.tC unable his claim to be : allround agricultural section of the r- AT 3:30'P.M. THANKSGIVING DAY --- '
(properly adjudicated( and transmitted state. The opening of the road to the I : The meeting! oft h.i Bradford
,
to1th\Vet"/'III1. Bureau the pay- north within a few weeks will open County TeueherV Association, scheduled i

1 iaento him will be delayed. I I a new section to tourists entering II j' li4'I111' II i f: \ \ I(1. for today has bean postponeduntil 1

Ottld application blanks be the state and will result in rapid development WELL c ''' I Geet"\INY AL, Saturday Doc.) flth. All teacher
I I'
of our county. I 1.00"-r'' THATMONTHONLY i I are requested to take notice of this
lIsa dedAt they may be obtained MARY Jd'
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9I'I' lyi4r. change of meeting and prepare to bu .
Ithrongblthe American Legion thomnlan TELEGRAPH OFFICE MOTORIZED THAT .WA.t; I NET present at the session Dec Oth' 'r'rS ,
Red Cross the Veterans
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< IM ; .
A GOOD GcE THEN CHQI ; O.t
ofIieerefgn War, the Disabled With the installation of motors in !MRS. CANDACY) "uTvAltKZMrs. : : j
v j .'American: Veterans, all post offices its press room, the plant of the Bradford DINNER, 'I' ONLY ONE O Ol,80"" IT'UU --- It

|tbytfatfonal Guard, the organizedreserveearmv County Telegraph is now com- ALg16NTMORE! SOON 0t I-IRE'' Candacy Alvarez, 72, died I
1 navy: and marine pletely motorized. Each piece of suddenly yesterday afternoon at 4 ,
I eorfltl..tatiun. Veterans' Bureau I machinery is now run by an individual MONTH o'clock while at the residence of her
t fagence! .fand the local rcpresentaJtivefaf motor of a size necessary to its i' NOW/ ,' IlnujhtlrIr.! ... O. A. Denmark, 681; i

'the L'. S. army recruiting operation, replacing the kerosene Crystal street from a heart attack.

sergice/who> IS prepared to assist in engine with its attendant line shafts, 1II 1I\ Mrs. Alvarez who resided In Kaiford ...

preparation of the application with- the opratlon of machinery, and the had been spending the past two
' 4) par; f engines blankety-blank habit of @) weeks with Mrs! Denmark. Mrs. Al-

j I'"laying down" when most needed. vuriv. was the widow of the late
rOTtCRES STRAWBERRIES Electricity is the cleanest and Cjiiinn Alvarez; of Raiford.! BesidesMrs. !
{EXPECTED TO YIELD TEN most efficient power available for : Denmark she is. survived by the

I THOUSAND QUARTS i the operating of machinery, and the following children It. M Scott Joel.
1r in Hi, ,it and Kaiford, Alvarez, and Mrs
The i Telegraph, keeping with Its policy R
first of 1 /
Keaaons quart straw- I I aa'r.ssM
I of maintaining a modern equipped Ira Addison' nf Raiford Mrs. Charlet
j berrlea was brought into town Wed-
1: office for the benefit of Bradford z mil Mrs: Dalton Carter, of Lawtoy.
nesday morning by Mr. l
Stanley
4 'county installed these time savers as and l C. I I.. Alvarez of Fort Pltrce.
Schont |They were of the Mission- ti i }
I soon as possible after the inauguration Die body' was forwarded today, to
aryJva ty and tine well colored -
ir of twenty-four hour service by I\ Kaiford., where Interment will be
1 s s the municipal plant. If any of our nado. Seashore Funeral Parlors hadbarge
"S'c"h
1 Mr o'ntag ha an exceptionally readers are interested In machinery ,' of tho arrangements.Jacksanville

tia.leropfof berries thus season and they are Invited to inspect our plantat e' Journal. Nov. 21it
predict that he will have a record time.ASPHALT '
breaklnjield. Last season he plant- any \ I i I The modern bungalow' on West

4 adieu-balf acre and harvested ap- SURFACING:; UNDERWAY \ Madison! street being' erected for
4 proxfnsteff 2,500 quarts of berriesfofwhlc.Mke L LT Freeman Register I Is nearing comple-

| received an average The stat road department has; : tern. and Mr. Register and family
pries* of,2anta: ; per quart. He has started the work of putting the asphalt : will occupy the dwelling within a few
j '-* l.tw acres in this season and and slag surfacing on the state ,lays.

. atntictptstsm\that he will get a yield highway, beginning Monday at the .
,r .mor.;.Uuui 8,000 quarts- nil farm Alachua county line and working to ., The estimate that 6,000 bootleggers / -
f |tielloatedlabout three miles northweet Hampton. This is the last step in the \ 't- reside In the national capital

] of,$h* city, an ideal location for construction of this road and will brushed explains the Interest some folks take

j at swheTtla.--Wauchula AdvocaU. to completion. .,. in politics. .

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PAGE TWO BRADFORD. COUNTY TELB. :RAPD. STARKK. FLORIDA FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 28. ltgt.! '
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" "' MRS[ : LiDRENCE KMRDING: cultural building and the competitionin is unusually difficult, according to 1 help control melanose, it will-not;
FLORIDA STATE
\ every department seems to be .Judge S. W. Hiatt, of the state extension bordeaux-oil applied from 10 to jj :

t closer than in any previous year. Due bureau. I days after blossmos open is the

: LAID TO REST BESIDE FAIR ENTERS to the large number and the qualityof The winter clean-up spray does not I spraying recommended for this pnr. 1

the exhibits this year, the judging I mean that spraying! at this time will pose. ,

: DEAD PRESIDENT MONDAY SECONDVEEK\ -- \


-- 1 I I L TO CUT OR NOT TO CUT ? l :

I Attendance Records for First
!l Little Stone Tomb in Marion .. ___ _
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r Cemetery Final Meeting I Three Davs Shattered. -=.0- -


: Place For Dead Ex- Jacksonville, Nov 21-Fully underway --I= __..__:- qVE Nl2S.GREEN _
ecutive and Wife. I and swinging Into Its biff week
with the attendance records for the = =_ i p 'rC MY LIST t'VAfJ3[ DONT LEAVE OUT -
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Marion, Ohio, Nov. 22-A little first three days already shattered, G6T A fT AU"MAGGI'*. SM6
the Florida State Fair which .. B@ SURE TO
opened : --
atone tomb in Marion cemetery next G j|| Always awes Mt-
. Monday evening will be the scene of last thursday to run for ten days, gRtstMAS StaoPPt GIF'( fROM x A PAIR.' of.Why .
bids fair to establish new records in
, of
the final meeting to part no more MI-n t\S !
Mr and Mrs. Warren C, Harding every division with the greatest ar-
Mrs. larding died early yesterdayat ray of Florida's diversified products
the home of Dr. Carl W. Sawyer, I that has ever been gathered together
son of the late Dr. C. Ei .Sawyer, for one event.
I President Harding'a physicianShe Harness horse races will supplantthe A
had been critically 111 for several I motor events for the afternoon =
I weeks at White Oaks Farm, the x program until Saturday when the I
Sawyer home, where she had been automobiles will again come ito their
living. Next Monday her body will own and will feature the grandstand
l f be placed In the tomb In Marion attractions for the closing day of the _
cemetery beside that of her husband. fair. The Florida Passing Revue with
, The end came peacefully to the Ml', ? all of Its meritorious features will
"" I widow of the late president of the :' G continue to headline the evening en- ,i iI
: United States at 8:53: : o'clock yesterday i'ren H.l'din8 tertainment for the remainder of the 'I- YV Jl1t'41 /
f morning, while a brother and fair and each night is winning the II
close friends stood by. She did not approval of the thousands who turn
for early out. 'I ___-__ N
however,
' recognize them = c
p, in the evening before she had lapsed I' FOREMAN: IS FOUND For those who are interested in Mry, ax It s
(Into the death coma. ) DEAD UNDER EARTH the livestock exhibits, the judging! I
' The body was Immediately taken -- ring will be the center of attraction, -- _.

r': to the home of Mrs. Frank J, Long- i I Brooksville, Nov 21-Buried under Ion the grounds for the first part of ...- j
shore, a niece, in East Church street,'l tons of dirt und rock, the .bodies of the week and the announcement of :: _
" where it will remain until the funeral I I Quitman Varn, rock pit foreman, an.l I the award in all divisions is expected -
services Monday. S. Jones, negro employe, were found to be completed by Wednesday.
." Only fifteen months ago !Mrs. late yesterday after 21 hours of iliac ribbons are already adorning
herding! leaning on the arm of Geo. ceaseless digging by hundreds of ninny products arrayed In the agri- d
1:}. Christian, Jr., private secretary men who labored to locate the vic n'x -
I to President larding! followed tho tims of a cave-in.
1 bier of her husband to the little tomb Varn and the negro were engulfedas '
} and saw It placed tenderly inside the crust' of the ground upon PAP RQ ; Ii -
there to await her corning. tows of which they were walking gave way 1q m i
\ j soldiers stood at attention as their following\ tho explosion of a blast of ) -- : U ____
commander-in-chief was consigned to ? -.
i dynamite set off to dislodge rocks in 5\\

! a tomb temporary resting place in the I the ing.The quarry In which they were work I Uncle JaKi y J 1 A7'; \


bodies were found 20 fci-t l beneath > -
k BUADENTON NEW: NAME: Uncle: >rlRK Is M.,
the surface at the edge of a T5I11Sj an <
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FOR F..OnlU.TOWN n -
ji had dug time wreck but there ain't im --- -
the workers
cavity after what had kinks In Ile'i .. ... ".... .. "' ".. .. ....-. .. ,. .. .. ..... .... ... ,
appearedto his soul, by bock .f. .. 'L'
feet ; u
a BradentonPostmaster W. D. down 33 to ,... .. "" ..w..."..... "C'_ "_ .,.->... "I '''__ "_.10".,", ..m,.. ".t" ... ..,
Griffin of this city, Is. in receipt of be the center of the pit. Failingto everybody' friend In the wboloUamo I
copy of the order just issued by the locate the bodies there, tho men town, with u tlcklln' in his 1 1
postmaster !general officially designating dug toward( the edge of the cavity system that lie can't keep down.
the poRtofllce here as "Brad- I I with the result that the bodies were The moon shines brighter when 1
t enton," instead of "Bradontown," asp found. The bodies were found in a the old limn grins,-thnuicu his
p formerly. This is upon request of the I horizontal position, with the legs of head's, I'limb l I'a:iJ! -iin' his earsaln't
'e various civic bodies ,of this city and I I the negro stretched across Varn, indicating twtiiN. -! .'.-. a little hard o'heartn' Only Four Weeks
that Varn had fallen into
the business men generally who nil' his teeth don't fIt but
i ... the pit first. Keith White, assistant
wished to shorten the city's name.
he dotes on humor, and be thriveson
engineer at the quarry, was walking
Luck is with the farmer who uses n few feet ahead of the victims when wltt!
I I' !11 the ground! lie missed being Ills leg went bum when be had
the best seed, the bent cultural practices gave way.
J I and the best common sense. buried by only a few feet. that stroke-an' his chest hurt Until Christmas
some where his ribs got broke
lie smashed bin jaw when hi,* fell

down ytalra-but, you oughta seethe
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; ; "' ::Sa1Ue's PYir'; f \ Of smile course that there's old Bill reasons wears fer! a

good scout's mirth/ -his heart's In
li r' / iic sV'M.L heaven, though his feet's on .

r V f .. ? ... .... n.. -. .. e"rth-Ip takes thli paper to bin
: ;-y- soul's delight/ ,-O, It's no use j jtalkln' I I II II
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'j / -inclo; Bill's all right i

THE LIFE.. OF) THE PARTY Sallie, yo' sorter knows what business ,
. I is !gwing on in dere hearts. I "I // 'I
\ I Leaving Dr. Gray comfortably en- 'lowed! as how dis here being Chris'- not settle
Bconced in an armchair beside! dad's ;:, mus Eve: maybe Marse Gray he'd I your Christmas pres-
, bed with one of his beloved books on i take our baby girl out fer a lil'
't't'i':, psycho-analysis in bin. hand, I went I I while" Nodding her snowy white ent problems for the whole family by
I to my own room to make up my I head "Your papa's all right! now,
, mind whether I would go or not. i I honey, go and make dem pretty feet I giving them FORD
Curtiss Wright had. gone- !Hours fly" a new automo-
ago I had heard his car start. I I She crooned an old-time Virginia
i "Christmas Eve," I murmured, and Keel and made a voluminous turn.A I bile? This would give them more hap-
with tho words a sense of consuming I few turns before the mirror. A .. "1
loneliness crept over my heart. The bit of sweet, misty perfume from piness than anything could
reflection in the cheval mirror showed atomizer and all thoughts of u serious I I 'I[) ; 1 you choose
that the days of confinement had left nature disappeared. I was just j' n. and is that
me pallid and wan. I don't know howit Sallie again. The carefree, frivolous } .iI a gift will last them several -
Is with other girls, but for me, happiness and happy-go-lucky Sallie of former \
Is the greatest beautifier in days. Once more my spirit of romance Uncle Jalit .. years.
8 j the world. stirred! and I felt a glow go 7t
Now dawns the glad
: : Of courso I wouldn't go with Marj over my whole being I the Annual l"eallt--hurrah morn for
and Hob when they came. It would "Oh, Mammy," I finally asked, Thanksivin' Day! The childrenaro Come in
not be right after I had told Curtias realizing Mom Nellie was still there, smilin' from biggest to least, and place your order at once
; I Wright that I had to stay at home. "what made you say what you did a welcome to Thanksgivin'Day.
) : Walking to the window, I raised about-er-oh, you know, about So fervid in thanks that to be sure of delivery by Christmas
the Bhnde. Holly wreaths with vivid Mister Curtiss?" And I began humming we can't stop to plead for bless-
II In's that, somehow, don'tseem
red berries gleamed at the windows we
a tune. to need, with.health, home morning. We will sell I
of our neighbor's home. Christmas Honey chile, dese ole eyes ain't I and heaven the bliss of our you a new
Eve. stone blind. Ain't I done seen him creed. -we hail this Thanksgiv ,
I !Suddenly it came to me. I knew, moaning 'round like a hunt since you in' Day! FORD compelte for only $129.59 and
what I'd do. Try on my new frock of shut yourself in upstairs. Ha can't I Recallin' the paat-and the ,
silver-cloth that had come from New fool tears we have shed, we bow-
Mom Nellie. I knowed ho I
wasjet. to
a the
balance.
this Thankugivin Day, for, year pay
\ York that very afternoon. Just dressing a-hankerin for a look at my healin comas soon to the
i up for fun would help kill time baby-chile." wounds that have bled. .
t and besides thero was nothing for The doorbell rang. f Rejoice, this Thanks jivln' Dayl I
mo to do, for Dr. Gray had declared "Dere doy Is, Miss Sallie. Run The Lord of the Vineyard pro-
ho would not allow mo back at dad's 'long, now, and have a good time." vldeth the yield from garden
I .ide.I i i.I For one brief moment I thought of and orchard-from madder an'
I field, with in the light of HU
joy
closet door There I
skipped to several I should
my reasons> > why stay at
revealed hail this
it was. My silver shimmered I home. presence wv
\ gown I Thank. ivln' Day!
i and gleamed. Like sumo beckoning i "Here's yo' coat, chile, go 'long." ,I Partake of the feast in the
adventuress, it tempted and allured.I Mammy handed me my evening 1 fullns of cheer on tU0, our
took It gently from its satinwrapper I wrap from the closet, tucked a scrap Thanksgivln' Dayl! The seedtime
A. hanger and held it close to my of a handkerchief in my hand and before I U past. -but the harvest. whore
face. Its texture was cool and I realized what I was doing 11 for this-is Ttmnk.gtTin'Day. \
I Lot nothtn that's selfish
smooth. I peeped into my bottom j' was running down the hall. Bob had
j' creep into our soul, though appe Lincoln
drawer. The silver sandals from I come to escort me to the car. I got in I tite's pL n Bob's wore there. And silver hose : Ted Billings was at my side Let P..Uh.lAd Oood-wUl our
like the dust of moonbeams. I'd try I "For some silly reason Ted was allegiance enroll-all hail, sweet;
everything all on.I afraid you wouldn't com with us if Thanksgiving' Dayl
cannot imagine heaven without he went in," Marjorie explained. "Oh, I
clothes and the life of an angel would by the way Sallie, this Is going to FORD DEALERJ.
be dull indued without gossamer and be the loveliest party. We haven't
]ace. | had our 'life of the party' in such a I
Just as I was giving the last touch long time." And so the subject was
to my bob in walked Mom Nellie with I gracefully changed. W.
a package in, her hand. j'' Before we alighted at the Windsor ANDREWS Jr.
I
6 I tore the Ik
open package was a the conversation was smoothly running ,
a. cap of rhinestones I bad ordered along. Ted laughed and chatted'
when I bought my gown. j I, as, if nothing had happened- had '
"Ouen on de hall table ever sense evidently decided not to refer to the :' No Worm.' in a healthy Child Starke Florida
ah don' know when," Mom Nellie beach All children troubled with Worm have u nn.kealtlir -
ex- episode. Well, certainly I | color, welch Indicate poor blood and u e ,
plained. |would not. Perhaps I should have' rob Were U" nora or .lew Monuch disturbance.GROVE'S .
"How did you ever happen to bring been too peeved and Insulted to have ;, I TASTELESS chill TONIC given ngululr
tor two three week wW enrich ii,.
or Improve
blood
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it at just this very moment? I wasi a good time, but for some reason IIIOwdn' the dltfauioo.soda ct as a Oovnl Stranfthraln4 -
eager to put It on- stay mad. Tonic to th.whole trttom. Naunwill lb..
throw: on or dispel the worm.,sad th.CbUtt will b. I -
"When loves ebod711'1\ I Ii (To be
yo continued) J
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1HDAY. NOVEMBER: 28. 192t. PAGJI TH...

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HOW'S THIS? Jur !0.1 AMERICAN RED I bonding company. Aol the married
II I ::1 l'l 0' ,P. I IHII"' II" "'11'r,ii'" t ttMxi >
New of Florida in Short Paragraph RU wli.it I.'S ne fATtltltll clulm tor It-MIIiIIIO r'j' i voiir system willin I 7 YT.t1..J' 1'1 I <,'' til'\ ti-nll, I ''I g. 'i" I ttn,

,..... .. .... of c'atarrh' or iH.ifni" (-,,,,,,,'d by : ll.:. \' i 1'1'1', 1 Tint, NIIJM' it 1f",1 I I1
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H\/L < ATAItKIt :>JK.I>I01NK; coni -
BRM! of I.. ointmentvhlrh I Jul klv l.lMrrnMnvi
State NewsJTold i I Kellevea the rntarrhiil I Inflammation nnd I ;:
II ; the Internal Medl..h. a Tonic wlilrhR t
I through the Blimil on tn.. Mucous of 29912 Schools Now : %, lii-es' nn "nmipiiml( wtHi 1tMin. -
--- ..- ---' Surfaces, thus reatorlnff normal oondlttnna. .. .U'L" rnlll,,': "n In ihi. I 1'iiltnl,
Enrolled in Movement of I !oI1..I.-,.. Tin1, I i'IiSliS Hurt-nil alm\v
by Our Exchange Sold by druRRliita for. over 40 Tear. I I huh/ I In 1 IIC.'l\ tlio. mmil'i'r' of (llvnrrro
F. J. Chancy A Co. Toledo. Ohio. Service to Humanity.
liiM'i'ii--iiil\ 1U PIT "111. flu* ,,uin.fr?

--- LAWTEY of ninn-lnKi"* only > N'l' rent i mim-

ban1are .. : portation of stolen automobiles and I : = linn thi> ;.vf\lii\iH,\ year. 'fluttJin't\
ensacola) -That automobile The American Junior Red Cross .
operating on the Florida I another charging him with violating LawtcyNov. 28.-Mrs. J. W. An-| which was organised as n children's By Arthur Brisbane 1ot".1 M r new t Ilnn.1-ifiii-il" write" to thlsminimi > :

the claim mado by V.&liaulJIeilnian -'I the Mann act. drews, Jr., and little daughter IInl .uiurr '
highway was auxiliary during; wartimes especiallyto /1"1":" : fur II ili'tliiltlon of ;.
from Philadelphia, Pa., Mrs. E. L. Biggs, of Starke, visited help the youn refugees (ifKurope BUY NOW OR PAY MORE. tin' urent "MM.Inl I ) problem" of tleJ'I' !

.. 'whIith his family arrived here and L t Stuart-A coroner's inquest to beheld relatives here Monday.A I <'."lIt tin)'. TingrenteNt problem I.
,
the
ailed on City Commissioner Sanders:I in Fort Pierce was expected' to and to exemplify In peace-time THE BRAIN CROWS. In to nniKi'\ n rt'iilsin ,...KM. uf tliouveniito : '
son was born to Mr. and Mrs. L. Rod Cross Ideal of service has now a
rrltllf. ,
The said that he had I clear the details in connection 11I/1
SoLhlp. man up FLYING PULLMAN CARS.
IsaacA. A.'Marr early Monday morning.Rev. I membership of 6,590.683 In the schools Tho fault of roiirne. IK with men.I '
Ibeenlrobbed of $400 in cash near the t with the death by drowning .
o of the United State and the insalarpossessions. MELLON WILL STAY. It will tnkiNovrrnl ...lItllrh.... prnb-
;\ .Eacambla ferry. Peterson, winter resident of that R. D. nevis filled! his regular ubly. to nluciittttiuni ni to the only
-- and a prominent man of James- :0. --C. =n =- -=-- --..
city Melrose
SJHgutiKTlVSr" appointment at the Baptist html of life worth whllo.
/ West-The four maILed town, N. Y., when an automobile in church Saturday and Sunday.Mr. I This Junior movement *1,0. oppor :?\( situ :\r" fan-fni ("It I"..... Kfl f

f'schooner Elizabeth Freeman bound which he was riding with two companions tunity for the children to share InRed now mill buy s hnl you nwil without ., Big steamship companies think

.tt >B Itimore, loaded with phosphate,, vaulted over a temporary and Mrs. JH.. rowell and Cross effort parallel to that ol further delay. 11-liv urn low, more rapidly then do our Tllllted

iVhich'went: aground near North Key,, bridge Sunday right three miles daughter, Joyce Emma, of Winter the parent organisation. Juniors are tiprnuae men-bant whoan cllHtrlbntlou -. IRtell railroad! I'imipnnloM. At least
Tues.Idaywas ,. few therefore Identified In varying degree of goodS huts IK-MI phprkvil by the MR line already. are planning' .
r; .11t: lmlles from here in a gale north of this city. According to Information Haven, have been spending a II .
I with the health aervleea, dlaaater relief In boats for .
and abnormally warm wivithor runny tljlmt cnrrylna pHMenije.Macrom
of Rev.
floated by the wrecking tug received the sedan was days here as the guests .
work. salvage and -*.""r aaltabl MR cities hav put prli-oii rottardleHM the A till nU. If n>thlnn ti .
''VWarbler and arrived here in tow. /t being driven at a high rate of speed. Mrs. W. I. Powell.L. .
actlvltlea of value to the operations of cost. Hut cold weather Inoomlnif. i to niche their ships obsolete tie.ywent
..Jcareful survey of the ship's bottom The two companions, whose identity daughter Miss of the Red Cross. And mi>re Important the i to own the thin* that dom It.
L. and ,
T'willlbe made, it is said to determine, has not been learned, succeeded in I Pearl and Sapp Lee of Miami visi- It Is a valiant host marching on boom Is hprralre",il')'. When pricesgo ., -
Sapp ,
,
/tthe damage. escaping from the wreckage with. 'under Its "I Serve" banner In the up on the Block oxrhnnicii you American rnllrontlx! seem contenti
and Mon.
slight bruises by breaking a window. ted relatives here Sunday cause of happier chlldheod everywhere know that >ou will aoon, Mu' prior*i to nrntch theIr stocks hiH>inliiic and

; Tampa Thousand of automo- The body of Peterson, who was day. I and particularly wherever the going up In I the III fir.'" nlm>. nn,< liolllnu. without worrying about thefnrt
.'.bUe8Trolled over Gandy bridge this I pour utmpplna imrlw.'/ and for (tlinako t> that In twonty-fivi') :year iwswmger -
about 65 of taken
years age, was Mrs. Lillie Alford, of Sanderson is American flag; file*. The enrollment .
"' the distance from, of your pocketbook this timenot ,,. triifnV will be cot down to
mornlngr, reducing from the submerged cur about fifteen embraces :29.942! schools! and 147,488
| spending a few days here with her m..n'lt"r the aake of the overworked ., short haul Fut trains across tItus
,Tampa to St. Petersburg from 55 to' minutes following the accident by a sister, Mrs. L. A. Marr. school rooms a gnln over 1923 of I'hrlntmafl; time lulunltnt., continent or only half way across

4fmiles. The .structure was formal! :'I passing motorist. 5.855 schools and 22.4 It school ron.,.. will "bn only a niemory.p .

dedicated this afternoon, but it was!!''I Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Smith and Mrs.C. The year's gain In membership waa The human bruin la papabln of<, -

opened for traffic yesterday. The, Orlando-The forthcoming conven- J. Teare, and Mr. and Mrs. Enoch 769.402 children. or nearly 80.000 for unlimited derelopment and. there l ii, (Cioorno F. Ttak.r bos of swvwalt

ktmcture is six miles long the long- tion of the American Fruit and Vegetable Griffis and Ed Durban attended the each month of the school ,elr. no auch thing aw. overwork for I t roads and young In spite of blat

'tfnutomobile toll bridge in the, Shippers' Association, which Alachua county fair at Gainesville 1 The educational and social values brain properly developed.\ Thinking t eighty mltl yearn should l ..t the

''world.: : It was completed in two years will be held in Chicago January 810. Wednesday of last week. of the Junior Red Cross movement Is with Inteiue concentration mckee I young men an oinmple. Mr. Curry, P
Load of the Pullman baa
at>'.Cost of f3ooocoo. will attract a large number of Florida thus evidencing the firm and cordial I the brain actually grow at any a John Cone of Brooker busi- la the Increase ol> Inng bean at work on r.IRnM for light.
shippers and growers, it was was a endorsement of school anthorltles. The Tho latest proof car8"
Pensacola Each believing the stated by J. Curtis Robinson, Secre- ness visitor here Wednesday.T. government has added the weight of one-quarter of an Inch In the sit,, lint strong "flylnic:

other.to be a wild turkey, two Wal- tary-Manager of the Growers and recognition by extending the Junior of Lloyd deorRU'a bead ilnro tOOl: [ New from Washington that 8 oretnry -
'f'i toward J. Terry and daughter, Miss A quarter of an Inch I11l1k.. N L
tonKcounty hunters crept Red Cross In the schools for American
.b Shippers League and the possibilities Mellon will foment to n>-

Joyce called to Lake City Sat. front difference/ when the ai>ac l lfllleil I
,'. each other and one other, according are that a sufficient number of were Indian children. The American lied bra II main In charge of the Treasury !I.
with the right: kind of :I
of MrsTerry's
of the death
;, dispatch[ from Defuniak Springs delegates will attend to make a urday on account Cross Is also planning to develop the matter.Al good new Tlie management of
l, lSthe' Pensacola Journal. Three.1 up father, Mr. Braddock.Mrs. Junior program In lot rural schools rnlted Htate II nA, 11<''''', Including
:, solid coach from this state. Already ..o, thinking changes and In
..buck.hot from the of Jesse In Isolated aectlons. the paying of billions of debt rolled
gun hotel reservations are being made, J. T. Moore and son, James, creases the size of the nose .davelopi swiftly takes reel financial
&_'johnson struk William Infinger,,. and Mr. Robinson states that he will spent Saturday and Sunday with There la ae abatement of the exchange : the chin. We are what our tbouibti!| lip And ao mmlness IIl1l11t,.
of eerreapvndevee between
county commissioner, one in the ab- be glad to assist the delegates in any relatives in Jacksonville.Mrs. make UN. Mr. Mellon huts, both. The people
in the and a third in I acb.ola In the United States and
4o omen one arm
manner in this respect. In case a will be fortunate It be conS -
;.' the"ankle. Although in a serious condition solid coach is run from Florida, the M. E. Edwards, of Starke, schools In the Insular possessions Judge Soiier" In Hsltlmore decidsu' tlnunn working for them for notljInf. -

". attending physicians say hewill'recover. railroads have promised to give the was a visitor here Sunday.Mr. and foreign lands. During the year that tho "one-half ,of one per cent' neglecting a profitable ."...1-!.1t
; the Janler Red Cn mi la part sanwrt- clause In the Volnlead. Act Ioasn'lapply ) ness of his owa.
travelers
a reduced rate. and Mrs. Bert Padgett and eel eperatlraa In twelve EuropeaneautrlM. to drinks made nt home foi -

.. IMUmi-E- G. Sewell president of family, of Anthony, returned home It Is a petet Influence for Iioino IIM If that rterlnlon atand'' Youth an
,|th jMiami Chamber of Commerce,, Orlando-While thirteen witnesses Sunday after spending a few days the cultivation a* International. gedwfll It will make a big hole In jirohlMtlon. ) more rapidly than here.
telegraphed a rotest to Secretary of had been heard before a coroner's inquest here with relatives. and Ha example haa been the Incidentally It will meatnioro The Herman newapanera' dlmiiMtlili
I little light was thrown prl'l'orlty' for gravoyardallomemnde "Should modern bob-
Ithe,Treasury Mellon against the in- upon mea>aa of stimulating the formation question :
the motive or the actual circumstaces hovernnea a" the loc- haired, women. tip their hats to each
societies
idiacriminate shooting of federal pro- Mrs. Nellie Futch, of Vanderbilt, af Junior Red Cross la more .
|I surrounding the death of N. B. Bro- torn will purify, are the undertakers other?"
Shjbition officers in Miami waters. The was a guest last week of Mr. and than thirty cooirtrles. hoat friend
ward, nephew of former Governor Another subject discussed In this.
faction was taken as a result of the i Mrs. G. L. Futch. "In larlyllko
l Broward, of Florida, whose body was smoking pipe
yacht of M. M. Belden, silk magnate, I found in the home of Hal RED CROSS RAISES $10.000,000 11 t men and men with noMdoi. 'i Itft'n. hopo that chewing tobaccoS
Cady on Charles Dinkirm was a visitor to
j[having been fired on twice Friday that engross their IhniiKhta an by iHdliw will bi poityoued for a
fashionable Rosalind, Avenue soon Jacksonville\ 'Sunday afternoon.Mrs. IN 21 DAYS FOR RELIEF
f night-' while entering the Miami har- nicely thlevex, says the bead of I i while.
after the neighborhood had been
|bot'. E. C. Romfh, mayor of Miami, I aroused by reports of pistol firing in Ted Lewis and children, of Ft.

J:|said he would tile a similar message. the Cady household. A bullet had White, are spending a few days herewith Terrible catastrophes', such as the

JPensacola-Argument was to be passed through Broward's lungs and her mother, Mrs. M. Padgett.Mr. Japanese earth
[)beard .by Judge William I). Sheppard I heart, and death was apparently In- and Mrs. J. J. McLeod were of tha. p oplo In maintaining; the !I Prism. farm, which the convicted man
[relative to the claim that the grand stantaneous. Upon the arrival of officers American Red Cross as their national DrclnriiiK II (Vrlain. ; Area In l-'loridii hack Itiili-
visitors to Starko Thursday.L. ,iliil and the rt-ivlpt came
Ijurrlwhich last week indicted several Mrs. Cady was found to have and lntrrnatl.nal relief agency. The t.. 11,. Infeclcd with I Iho Discnie-. of
; also been wounded bullet of the readiness of the Red Cross far duty In Cane Known :Mimiiit.rllow rutting that Di-nmark him entered up40 -
by Sugar
(citizens: and officials of Calhoun a H. Hill was a business visitorto IIM
county on peonage charges was il- same calibre, the ball having enteredthe Starke Friday.Dr. the greatest of einoreencJea was alsoproved \' SIri|>init or ;\Iot I hug. bin Inrin.

,.legally constituted and, therefore, right, shoulder but physicians do ky test.
and Mrs. J. H. Carrodine The record shows: Kept. 3. Presl- of the Florida RU1NKO EYES
Rheflndictmi-ntA are illegal. Shi-rilf C.DtC1ark. not believe her condition will prove to were Under tutu! provisions
County Judge W. T. Chafin, be serious. visitors to Jacksonville\ Friday.Mr. I lent ('oollrJ p assigns the iluty of rats- I Plant Act of I ill.-i I Chapter( IMH.t By II' glen : they Kit red :md sore an'J<
I Inc 5000.000 to the American Red I let them Don't do it.I.cniiartii'u .
Sheriffs Pusen and Shuler a I 1 of the IJIWH of Florida, tho State you MO.
[Deputy ,\...I'ft'Wnl: CHILDREN'S: Godwin, of Jacksonville, was I Cross; Sept. 4. Red f'roaa Chapters In TallahiiHaoe ( ;iiiMi-n.! Rye: Lotion cures
I'lant lion I'd in KORHIOII at ,
I Charles and Alfred Mose
Land and I I
HOME SOCIETY the guest Sunday of Ben Hannan at { over 3.5eS communities given fund al. I norctii'sH witlinnt pain in one d.iy.
Novumbt-r
|Davia turpentine operators, were Dell Farm. lotmenta; Sept. 12, fund tota.n, 13.583- Florida, this I 10th day of I Cixilt, 'ln-ala nnd strcngthcni : Insist

4.h o ae Indicted. With COO; Sept. 17, fund nearly ;00.000 11(21\( I, and in nccordanco. with Section I on li.ivnitf "I'..iin.inli's"- it makes
a daily family of Five
A ___ over 12 of Hind! Act, does declare und give I, At all druggists
Hundred little homeless afflicted Rev. Louis Donnelly, of Starke, and President announces formal closing itroiiK cycs.
4 Palatka-lIen Peterman of oprhans,
one
public notice that the following
'thlajclty's most respected and highly and needy children-that must was a visitor here Sunday. of campaign mark.In ;. Sept. 27. fund passes ties cointtiluto an area in --NTTICK) : TO Ill ill EICS: :

"esteemed citizens died suddenly of be fed, clothed, housed and cared for Miss Lottie Dinklna came home 119,000.009 21 business days the Red Cross |' HUKiir eanii! in likoly to ho l.uun'l The Ilimril of Bond Trustees of

v,heart!failure, at his home. MrPeter- -The Children's Society of Floridais from Jacksonville and spent Sunday doubly performed the duty entrusted with the mimiiic disease of \ i Itrniirord County, Florida, will receive -

'vMan'has lived longer in Palatka thananyLother sending out an urgent appeal to with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Penny to It-all the while keeping a steady cano: blilM on thu 2nd day of December -

'': living citizen, having been the good huarted people of Florida Jinkins. now of relief supplies rolrtu out from linker County: lluy bounty Calhoun A. 11.) l'J2l/ said bid to be opened,

,. born\here and made this his home everywhere.The many Pacific ports to the stricken County Colufnbin: County, K:,,- at 2:00: o'clock p. m. for the untie of

continuously. At the time of his greatest need of the Society is Mrs. II. -C. Wimberly, Sr., and son, areas. In Japan 'Hum wax the confidence i-ainbi County, Franklin County, I approximately 2,000) ) rod. 13-43 combination -
i death officer of for good homes for scores of abso- II. C., Jr., and daughters. Misses. wire and approximately -
< ihe was registration I of the American pnople In their (;iadaden, County, I Hamilton County, woven
*.1 Putnam county, and had held this off lutely homeless and helpless children Beth and Winnifred, of Highland, Red Cross Jnstlflfrt and Inn wisdom of llolmi'H County, Jackxon County, 20 keg 1 1. I staples. Said

flee i ,the past 40 years. lIe hid been a -from wee babies on up to fourteen were visitors here Tuesday. Red Cross preparedness to cepe with JelferHim County, Loon County )Liberty -; sale to lie for cash only, and Imraudiatcly -

V;member of the local Masonic lodge years of age. The Society is particularly all unprecedented relief emergency County, MiidiHoii, County, Ni& delivery of wire and, atnplos.
:&forjover: 50 years, and was also. a anxious to find good homes for Louis Sapp, of Miami, is upending uar County OkalooHa County, Santa The Hoard reserves the right to
few days here this week with relatives suu
"member of the Knights of Pythias..rTaIlhasseeFlorida several pairs and trios of children- a KOHU County, Suwanneu County reject any and all bliU.
and friends.J .
'''Art, .dlttJlIIIf. who are brothers, or sisters. brothers
or
-
Wnkullu R. S. MATTHEWS, _
j State College and sisters that Padgett, who was alono with him, Taylor County, County,
the
,
for?.Women has been placed on the dreadd to separate-for oftentimes Society E. Good fellow, of Lakeland and who has to use crutches, noticed Walton County, Washington County. Chairman.C. .

approved list of colleges and uni- .rtie separation means that children spent a few days in town on businesslast something unusual about him, und I Shipment Sugar Cane Out. of A. I'UTCH,

:'venltlea of the Association of may never see each other again. week. seeing that he was about to fall out I .. attune-i.srriiwd C"lIntl"IIIruhill, I Secretary. ll-ll-2t

of his chair worked, her to him : ited. ,
American, Universities. Information The Society appeals particularly Mr. and Mrs. Fortune Moulin, of way
'> to thlarelTect:: has been received here, too for good homes for scores of older Jacksonville, visited relatives here by holding to the table and let him DHNMAKK; -KNTKKS: : -t'I'ONTKKM ;!' ;- SEA I JO A It I) TIMK TABLE 4 "
down and then called in
some
1thedecision having been made at the children between easy
six and twelve Sunday.J. TAItM''
November meeting of the Associa'tion years of age-there being more of I neighbors. Medical aid was sent for :: AT KAiroitl) (III ,'Ir..t NiivomhtT, IB, 1021.)

.! The association! of American these children than of all other ages. R. Tilley, of Columbia, S. C., but he- died without regaining con Confided ;Mun "i(;liven; :20) Years fur I', Southbound- _

Universities" is regarded by educators The State Superintendent, Marcus C. who was the third shift operator at .I sciousness. All of his children were Jackson Killing. j N'.. I rcarhi-H Starku at 12:16: a. m.

'.ththighest: rating agency In the Fagg at the State Headquarters 423 the S. A. I... depot here last winter, present at his death but Mrs. Ted Lake City Nov. 2 -Advli-i- from No. 3, 11:02: a. m.

,-JUniUd States. N'o institution Is placed St. James Building, Jscksonvile, Flo., hun returned and is on his old job Lewis, of White Springs, but she arrived Superintendent .1. S. hutch of the I No. 21, Cedar Key, 6:00: p. m. .

:onX't' list until an inspector has will gladly answer all inquiries per. again to the delight of his many I a few hours later. prison farm at Kaifurd is to the ft- No. 7, Limited, 2:1(1: ( p. m.

thoroughly examined the school in- taming to them. The second great friends! here. The funeral services were conducted feet that C. I.. Denmark had duly Northbound-

olvedflthen only such institutions as need of the Home Society is for fundsto by Elder: H. V. Skipper, of the delivered himself at the farm and he- _
Sturke 4:15
reaction : a. m.
i Nii.
,I 1hve'tb.' Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Gilchrist and _
: highest standing are admit- continue the Second Advent church of Jacksonville !
important State- [ serving' his term of twenty years
children gan No. 4 4:20 m.
and Mrs. W. H. Biggs! attended : p.
'i dm''jNsiNenaiacola wide work for hundreds of little at Long Branch cemetery near I for murder. I
""'" 1IiI!! the fair at Gainesville Friday. No. 20, Cedar Key, 8:50: a. m.
needy children Maxville at 1 o'clock Sunday after-
from who guard at one I
-O--Wood: every section of Denmark, was /
-S. 21, of No. 10,', Limited", BI:r,7 p. m. 'I
Florida. At present the noon. A large number of relatives I convict in this I
-.Creenville S C. Society hasa Lonnie Harlej came home from of the state rumps
was under arrest Wan BranchNo. -
deficit of over $8000.00 due to the Titusville and spent Friday with his and friends from here and Jacksonville county was driving from Jacksonville nee
.1tM..aw.itinl arrival of omcers from I Stark 7:40 m.
leaves a.
101
fact that over 130 little children have parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. (L Harley. attended. one night last December when .
'Greenville and his '
11-year-old companion II No. 102 arrives Stnrku :II:15 p. m.
already received aid and care this The deceased leaves a wife, two I I he II alleged to have hit and killed P. |
: ; Agatha Plumey, also of y ar-and due to the further Mrs.\ Henry Bennett and daughters his ( Daily except Sunday)
"'Greenville; under of fact that Ions and two daughters, also five sister C. Jackson, as the latter knelt by
G1UFFIN
is to J.
care police. T. ,
whom.1th.ey staid she thousands of last years contributors Mimes Peary and Elnora, of and three brother and many automobile filing a tire. The evidence
; declared Wood .
$tad abducted her. have not as yet sent in their regular Jacksonville, were visitors here Sun- other near relatives to mourn his tended. to show that Denmark Will Agest.iv
[
j According to ofllWcers -
,:Wood, on arrival here, said the contribution. Even the smallest day. death. He wan a good citizen"and drunk, his defense being that the
; check or money order will be deeply hoghly respected by all who knew headlights of the parked car blinded
youngfgirl was his daughter, but the Enoch Griffin. was a visitor to
.jjjchild: asserted after she had been as- appreciated, and should be sent to R Kingsley Friday. him. him The case was appealed to the I DOCTORS TREAT

, arorediBO!;' harm would come to her, V. Covington, treasurer, 428 St. James lie was born In Maxville, Duval supreme court and affirmed, the court. i i

he had forcibly taken her into Building/ Jacksonville, Florida. Dave Denmark and ion, Roy, of county but has lived the greater intimating that a blind man, or a COlD AnD THE FLU

I 1that automobile. Greenville officers The third real need, is for food Jacksonville, were visitors to Lawtey portion of his life in this vicinity.The man Minded had no business to drive i

declared efforts will be made to and welcome clothing. The Society will gladly Saturday. They were enrouto from entire community join In sympathy a car. { '

:. for the federal grand jury I childrens donations of new or used Raiford where they had been to attend with the bereaved family. Tuesday Denmark came to I.uku i, To lirrnk a old vcr night or to i ut
up
,"twrfchargea, one of violating the garments, of any size or the funeral of Mrs. Owen Alva ---- City and turned himself over to short an .in.uk ..f Kfippiinflurn. a or ...r..

"law*.with regard to interstate trana- shape-hats, caps, stockings, sweaters rez, Mrs. Denmark's mother. NOTICE TO HIODEKH Sheriff Douglass. The "h..rilT. however throat pliymuun und ,drunRHt are now

coata, etc., or anything in the line of permitted Denmark to take reronimrnding, .alotabi' ., I h. naiiaeal

7f' < V A TONIC eatables, provisions, fruits vegeta; The friends here of Lemuel Sapp, The Board of Bond Trustees of -- 'aloini-l/ .. tablet' lli.it it purified, from d..n-

bles meats, preserves, syrup, honey I learned with regret of his death In Bradford county will receive bids on Tn Stop a Coujth Quick grfiu4 and ... krinng, elfevli. Thnie who

K-'UfDy!! .' Tasteless chill Tonic reatorea chickens, etc. All of these donations : Jacksonville last week: Mr. Sapp was December 2nd, A. D. 192 at 2:00: HAYES1 HEALINO HONEY :a have Iru-cl, n uy that it Sets like muni'-. fly "

.Jxnes1 sod Vitality by Purifying and should be shipped directly to the Chil reared in Bradford county and a resident o'clock p. m. for 775 cu. yds. excavation cough take( medicine which stops. the cough! or far more i-ffi-rii..n and certain than the utd ..

lEnrictdnC the Blood. When you feel Itstftatremtbenlng. drens Home Society of Florida 1904 here for a number of years. : in accordance with plans on file healing the inflamed and Irritated tig' IJ'a. style raluini-l" heretofore reaiBimendird by

invigorating effect. see how Riverside Ave., Jacksonvile, or to at the office of the County Engineer A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE Jlhy.i'lan. Culotaba Led lime wills
at
,
.Jc'bdD.) color to the cheeks and how West Florida Branch Receiving Home Oscar McCulley, of Jacksonville, at Starke, Florida. The same beingan SALVE for Chest Colds. Head Colds and One swallow"r two of Kairr.lhal'a all. No salt's.

Sit huprovea" the appetite you will thenappreciate TthAvenue and Jordan Streets, Pen. was a visitor Sunday at the home of out fall ditch south of road number Croup Is endow( with every bottle of a no oauva. nor the slightest interforeni-n

.. Its true tonic value. aacota. A Thanksgiving gift of a Mr.' and Mrs. David Durban. One between Graham and Brook- HAYES' IIEAUNG HONEY. The salve with ruling" work or plaiiurr Neil morning
:' '. good home should be rubbed on the cheat end throat .old' bus. vanhheil an.l your. ay"
CrowTa Tasteless chill Tonic la money, food er. ymir
simply or clothina'will Death of Cr
Matthew PadgettThe of children suffering! from a Cold or Iron and Quinine suspended In brighten the lives The Board reserves the right. to 'tern f'rl rrfr..h.d and purlf .l
So
ayrup. of these scores death ll" ., ,lo- ...
of Matthew Padgett. 73 The HnHnt affect of ".. .lIn' in sealed pa..ft. .
|
sold in orliiinal ,"
only
;ploaMBt" even children like It. The blood of little unfortunates, right here la of reject any and all bids. .Id.lhe'hroa'combloOHwith the h..llu. ff" t m are ..
occurred aiehinyfi / :
years age at him late 01 for the ssit.iOdket
through ld 1s1e5 price em cent*
....sa Florida I.'e O-P.a-TrMr. 8alv I
QUININE
to Purify It
and IRON almost
toJartcb upon your own door home here Saturday- morning at 2 E. S. MATTHEWS, h.skin on stops aeau h I ;... rents f"r the largo family f..k.
: It. Destroys Malarial germs sodCup steps. They surely are ro less worthy o'clock. Mr. Padgett had a stroke of Chairman.C. Oath remedies I a'. p.' : l In on.'carton and lbs l.... Rerommended and guaranteed.
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germ* by lu Sirengtbonlng. lnrl of orah. ooinbliud untmntl* eeC
help than Your niece
children YES' d dnimti.t
paralysis Thursday morning while A. FUTCn for JIA .
druggist
CffacC SOc:. in Europe Just auk your eiigbied.4dv.. .- ..
or elsewhere. fitting at the breakfast table. Mrs. Secretary. 11-14-21. HEALING HONEY.




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'' 'i PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNt'Y TELEGRAPJJ. STARKE FLORIDA' FJUU.\Y. NOYEMBF.R 28. 1921.f I II


:' : I I ZIFF Pineda--Contract let for construction here last Sunday after a visit with zen of Oak Miss Ruby Hicks is a

r of Dixie highway between this her sister, Mrs Chas. Sparkman, of ,. highly respected resident of our
.1 Ziff, Nov. 28.-Services were held place and Melbourne. Waldo. town. Her kind disposition has mil I )
aC at Rock: Sunday by the pastor W. :M. Mrs. I. S. Roberts, of Habits Ga., her very popular among; both old and
., Society Moody, of LaCrosse and Elder Kel- Milton and -Waterfront being developed is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. 11. and young. The ceremony was per-
ley of Brooker.J. improved. B. Peeples. formed by Rev. Boyer.

I. :r" W. Kelley was visiting/ friends Jacksonville Broadcasting station R. L. Brit and family visited Mr. 1. The bride wore a traveling suit of
I In Waldo Sunday. to be established. sLake Brit's father W. P. Brit of Louise navy blue broadcloth with hat and
here
Pervis Lewis spent Sunday last Sunday.
I accessories to match. Only a small
,. 1'llOIK'H 2O Hlld 1O1) with his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Worth-New $150,000 mo- Dr. Middleton of Starke, was a circle of relatives and friends wit
Lewis tion picture theater opened to public. '
___ professional visitor hEre: this week. nessed the
n Jacob Green and sister. Miss Mrs. Dennis Brannen and ceremony. I
FIVE TABLES IN PLAY AT wright' and Ida Mae Marks.At Mary Green and Mrs. Starling, of Ocala-Union station plaza being I Dennis, Jr., who have been the guestsof son, With many good wishes the happy '

BRIDGE PARTYHONORING this meeting the following class Starke visited friends here. beautified. Mrs. Brannen's parents, and other couple are at home at Oak. \

officers were elected: Mr. and Mrs. James Reynolds and relatives here have returned to their Mr. H. I. Priest, of Green Cove j
,- BRIDE I President'Etholin White. daughter, Cleo of Graham visited Lake Worth-Business men or- home in Miami.C. Springs, is moving to town this J
Ritch. Mrs. F. W. ganize new building and loan com-
1 Vice President Eloise their daughter Reynolds week. '
' Five tableD of bridge players enjoyed i Secretary, Elmo Struth. here one day last week. pany with capital stock of 9200,000. L. Rouser and family, who have x '
; C. Reid been located In the Houser Mrs. A. M. Williams had as her I
which :Mrs. I Hotel
the party Treasurer, Julian Peek, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Reynolds are '\
yesterday afternoon Miami Building permits issued have comfortably located in the large guest last Sunday her daughter,
McMaster gave Chairman of class work, Hazel Ad- the proud parents of a fine son, born
Miss Eva Williams who is
t at her home C01 Estrella street in Nov. 13. during October totaled $1,000,361- Allen residence near the Christian employed j
I church. as teacher in the Waldo school. 1
t Palma Ceia Park. The guest of honorwee kins.After listening to the lesson story C. C. Johns of Starke spent Sun- bond !
:Mrs. M. F. Brown a recent handwork Maitlarrd-$48,000 issue to A large number of our citizens attended
.
for next :Sunday:> and doing day here with relatives and friends.Mr.
bride, who has come to make her : in the form of golden text ladders Russ and little son of Brooker ; be voted upon for street paving park Pope-}ilcks the Fair at Gainesville last

home in Tampa. Mrs. Brown was the children enjoyed refresh- were In our section Saturday on acquisition and improvement and An affair of much interest to the! week.
formerly Miss Jeanette Matthews, of ments of sandwiches cake and hot business.Mr. dredging Lile lake. friends of Miss Ruby Alma Hicks, of I Mrs. W. B. Alexander and daughter

Starke. i chocolate. The afternoon ended with and Mrs. II. E. Thomas and Groveland-Three packing houses Hampton and Mr. Albert Pope of Miss Wilma Miss Onle Parker

I Assisting, Mrs. Me Master In enter chewing cane and playing merry son, Floyd, of Brooker, spent several commence operations. : Oak was their marriage November Mrs. A. A. Durden and daughter.

taining were her mother, Mrs. G. C. games. days here last week. 6th at the home of Mrs. Windell. I Miss Hilda, were shopping' in Starke
uinoitnn" her- si ter.- Miss Margaret D. D. Thomas is very ill at this Orlando-Movement under way for Mr. Pope is a highly respected citi last Monday.
: Livingston, Mrs C. P. Rice and MKS. BURNS ENTERTAINS writing. He has many friends who deepening St. John's river.
Miss Virginia McMasTer. I FRIDAY AFTERNOON: wish him a speedy recovery.
--
add BRIDGE CLUB W. M. of New River ClearwaterGandybridge road to ,- --
Hodges
t 't' When individual scores were was be completed soon. j jI
: !, ed after the card games it was The Friday afternoon bridge club in our section last week. I I
found that Mrs. Arthur Hanley won was entertained! by Mrs. Edward !Mr.\ and Mrs. Malcom Hunter I Lake Worth=Building;; permits is- I

j t.1 first prize an attractive powder jar. Burns at her attractive home on and children and Harris Fowler, of su"'d during October totaled 123700.
t Mrs. James Ellis Brown holder off West Madison street. laugh spent the weekend here I
f' second high score, received R pretty When the individual scores were with Mrs. Hunter's eister, Mrs. R. B.I I Clermont Good headway being

v I hnnd-mnde buffet set. The consolation added after the game it was found Thomas.Mr. I made on construction of new Cler- \

.' c prize a novelty hand painted that Miss Mable Weller had won !\ and Mrs. I. W, Dyal, of Grn- mont linneola high school building. Our Cold Storage is ready for the receptionof
Mrs. Harvey ham spent the week-end here with .
powder puff went to first prize, and the hostess presentedher Lake Dora-Lake Dora Packing
't Baker. A lovely doll telephone girl with a wall pocket vase, whileto their parents Mr.\ and Mrs.\ J. W. '
starts at meat. Prices and one-half
Company operations new one cents
.
) I was the gift presented Mrs. Brown Mrs S. L. Peek was given the consolation Lewis.R. packing house.Okeechobee per :
as a remembrance of the happy oc- trophy. B. Thomas was shopping in j i
casion. The hostess served delicious chicken Starke last Saturday. |I Site being clearedfor : pound for the first thirty days and one cent i"

; i A delicious course of chicken snlnd salad topped with nut mayonnimo."", Mrs. Alex Starling, of Gainesville, erection of new passenger sta-
snltines, cnke and cocoa was served saltines and hot chocolate. Paul Ncy- spent a few days last week here I I tion. per pound for the next thirty days. We
I i ,th her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. B. I / ., f
each
; later in the afternoon. On pinto ron and Killarney roses! added to the
was a small chrysanthemum. Decorations beauty of the rooms. Thomas. Ormond-$230,000: bonds voted for guarantee satisfaction.

in the rooms consisted of pretty Club members present were' : Mesdames Mrs. Henry Shaw and son, Louis civic improvements I r

: yellow daisies and, ferns. F. L. Turner G. M. Inman, J. of Pine Hill, spent a few days last Plant City-Plant City Citrus Grow I I'J'J
Enjoying this affair with Mrs. L. Peek S. L. Peek Misses Mable week here with her sister, Mrs. F. ers' Association organized

1 \i Brown, the honor guest, were: Misses Weller Alice Tharin Aileen Alvarez. W.: Reynolds. J. S. Blitch Supt.
:
_.rivOO. Sarasota-250 dewellings in course :
es Elizabeth Rang Jeanette Uurs Invited guests: Mrs.' L. Wyman, Mrs. ..'LAWNWoodltiwn of construction.
'j+ den Sara Keller Martha Nelson\ J. C. Hoover and :Mrs. J. M. Mitchell. FLORIDA STATE FARM

Leah Ray, Virginia Strosnidcr; -- -.- Nov. 28.- D. B. Browning Tarpon Springs-40 60 barrelsof I \
\ Mesdnmes Charles R. IIowcll James KICKLITER FLOYD '
was a business of:dto. to Jack fish shipped daily.
}; Ellis Brown Peyton E. Phillips, Jr., sonville Friday.D. -
l Mr. Nelson Turner Ritch announces I Winter Garden-Vegetables moving -
Clar-
l Arthur HnnleV, Forest Streety C. Melvin attended the funeralof I II
i the marriage: of his prand-cluugh- In carload lots.
I -nce C. Hoppe, Andrew Diaz, John Mr. !
Maxville
I Padgett at Sunday.
I Viola Vivirctte to James
ter, Floyd I
il'iJM 1 C Murdoch, Harvey Barker, Ralph Frederick Jr. Lonnie Harley of Indian River Palmetto-New subdivision to be 0
Kickliter Saturday
; Wiedman, Richard McMaster: ', Robert -
: City, was a visitor hero Sunday.
r: I Tait, T. S. HatzfieM.-Tampa Times nt November the Presbyterian 22nd, 1924! manse at five, Rev.p. m.H. Geo. F. Young, of Lawtey, was a i opened -- --- -- ------ :.. I

11 MISCKLLANEOt'S: SHOWER A. Tucker otllciating. visitor here Sunday. I' Tampa-$40,000 building program -
Misses Marguerite' Phillips and planned for South Florida fair- I
: FOR MRS. WAINWRIGIIT
CIRCLE MEETING Myrtle Norman were visitors to Mac- I grounds. "1\

j I OF THE W. M. S. clenny Sunday.Mr. .
I Mrs.'' E. )E. Panovn gave a delightful ] CI..rmont-Plans under way for Cushman Offset It
and Mrs. II. R. Sapp, of Law- I Motors
I miscellaneous shower from four i The circle meeting of the Woman'sMissionary tey were visitors here Sunday. construction of large hotel building. ItJ

:. to six Wednesday afternoon at the : \ Society of the Baptist Misses\ Lois and Gladys Norman Construction of club IiJ IiI
Woman's Club in compliment to Tampa -
church met Monday afternoon with attended church at I
Evergreen Sun-
( ]Mrs. William Marlon Wainwright house at Tampa Opportunity school
Mrs' J. J. Bullen the hostesses for
I l who was formerly Miss Blanche Mc- the afternoon being Mrs. Bullen and day.Rev.. D. L. Phillips .preached the planned. For is

II. Nelll and, whose marriage: to Mr. Mrs. O. J. Griffin. funeral of Lem Sapp at Raiford I j St. Petersburg-Building permits '
Wainwright: took pliK-o tin the 26th The devotional exercises were conducted I
1S
Sunday. Mr.\ Sapp was well known issued during October totaled $870
of October. I by Mrs. W. J. Epperson, after here and, his many friends! here regret 000. 1v'I S
The decorations for the club rooms IntertypesLinotypes .
which a business session was held to learn of his death. "
wereof white chrysanthemums, and and sewing> occupied part of the af Misses\ Marie Browning Debbie HAMPTON: V"
\\i ferns which made an attractive setting ternoon. About two months ago: ala and Marguerite
Phillips, Messrs. Joe
1 for the many guests Receivingat baster boxes! were given the members Holms and Owen Carter Hampton, Nov. 28.-Mrs. W. II.
: I the door were the hostess, Mrs. KE. :. of the society, and in these boxes show at Starke Tuesday attended the Griffin; and son, P. E. Griffin were and v M
evening.
:. Cnnovu, the honoree, Mrs. Walnwrlght were to be placed money as thank- Messrs. Lee and the guests of Mrs. Griffin's brother, P. T
: and Mrs N. D. Walnwrlght offerings for blessings received. The Miami Leonard Sapp of I| E. Johns of .Starke, this week.R. Linographs.
visitors
were here j
The guests were entertained by a alabaster boxes were opened and Messrs. Will Jones and Math Sunday.Was- M" Williams who is employedwith II
('h'nminlprOR'ram' of readings: and I found. to contain, something over fifty din, of the Southern Bell\ TelephoneCo.
,1/ music Miss Alice Tharlii' and Mrs dollars. Monday.Our .Graham were visitors here ., at Dunnellon is .spending! this I The last word in die+

I 10.: M. Johns giving: readings: and, During: the social period the hostesses school is week with his parents, Mr. and ;Mrs.A. j power. Compact unit. Quickly '
Mrs.' IX E.: and Mrs. J. R. progressing nicelyunder M. Williams. installed.
Knight
\ assisted by Misses Isabel Bul the Simple of operation. f
of
management; Prof.
Davis giving several voice numbers. len and )Ethel Grim served fruit Homer Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Ucord of Winter fa,
Layton and Debbie
I. / Presenting the shower! of miscellaneous salad, saltines wafers and hot choco- ------ Phillips. I Park were weekend guests of

, -' gifts was clone in the followl' late. MAY TAKE\: M'lJOWELL Mr.' and Mrs.\ David Jones One of' those motors has just been added to the Bradford 1
i ing pretty manner: The bride was TO CHATTAHOOCIIEE I Mr. and Mrs.\ J. J. Brannen' were
seated in gaily decorated, chair placed Rev. A. E. Dunham Mr.' and Mrs' visitors: .to Keystone Heights last I II County Telegraph equipment. :ctC
beneath an arch of vines and flowers C. A. Futch motored to Jacksonvilleand Orlando.-Dr. J. I. Chalker stat I suncrny.

/ and little Miss Lillian Stcrnberg, attended the ceremonies attend- irisou _physician of Raifortl in Orlando Rev. W. B. !Hicks preached at the Write for Detail
I. Impersonating: n black mammy and ant upon the consecration of Rev. declared that Frank McDowell First Baptist church of Hampton I J 1
s Master Leslie Biggs: : taking the part 'rank[ A. Juhan as bishop of Flor- tried at the spring term of courtIn last Sunday; morning and evening: (
of a black boy, presented the gifts: ida. The ceremony was an Impressive Pinollas" county and sentence November the :23rd.! .
from a largo: clothes basket. one and was attended by church for life for the killing of his father The subject used for the morning CUSHMAN ELECTRIC CO. J
i I The hostess, assisted, by Misses Alice dignitaries/ from alt-sections ofhe III absolutely insane and violent and service was "The Saved Man." The ,

Thnrln and Aileen Alvarez served! country. has to be kept under mechanical re- lesson text was Romans 8:1. "There I N Concord, N. H. faFi
tempting refreshments of chicken straint. is therefore now no condemnation to ;
naiad, saltines pickles coffee and Mrs.\ Marie Elwood of Punxsu- The doctor further said. that a them which are in Christ Jesus who l

whipped cream. awncy, I'a., arrived last Thursdayto lunacy commission has been appointed walk not after the flesh but after the ..... sp'nil I
The Invited. guests were Misses spend the winter months with her to examine McDowell, after which spirit. _
t Katie Belle Green Aileen Alvarez brother. Mr. Alexander Krenkan. he will be sent to the State Hospital His thoughts were beautifully\ illustrated j

Marguerite Shriver Ethel Griffin, at Chattahoochee. and made very interesting 1
Carolyn Fripp Mable Edwards, : Mrs.\ E. M. Thomas and son, Victor While the The subject used for the evening St
II P Florence Matthews Dorothy Ed- left Monday night for Palatka. Before world wasn't made in a service was "The Clarified Vision."

wands Alice Tharln. Mable 'Weller returning: will spend two daysIn day who there could are any number of folks The Scripture used was the 51th .1 l''
Nellie Stearns. Etta Tison. Hilda,' Orlando with her husband E. M\ improve it In less time. chapter and the 12th verse of Isaiah: ..

Struth Kate Struth. Louise Fernandez Tholttlls. and will spend Thank glv. FLORIDA WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL "And I will make thy windows (.f -

Mesdames! P. E. On nova, W. E. Ing day with her daughter Mrs. J. REVIEW agates and thy" gates of carbuncles" wh
Davis Catherine Davis F. H.- Lone. B- Mills\ in South Jacksonville.Mrs. and all thy borders of pleasant stone."

R.: L. Biggs i J. :M. Alvarez A. S. St. AU.ll'ustlne--Contract to be let A large audiance was interested by \t i3
I Crews L. 'Vym n. R. J. Davis"' T. J, :M. Edwards: ) and daughter for construction of Florida East the beautiful life like pictures that BCi 1 1I

Alderman J. L. )Frazee, J. E. Corpetr- Miss\ !Mabel\ Edwards, of Starke, will i Coast Railway Company's shop! were illustrated.Mrs. .

Ing, II. C. Bitch S. I. Peek D. E. arrive in the city today to spend the Colley, of Indian River City ttJII
Knight A. Z. Adklns. C. N. Christy week-end with Mrs.\ J. C. Adklns Jacksonville--Contracts to be let is spending this week with her mother .

S. It. Johns. T. J. GrilTIn E. :M. Johns, Gainesville Daily Sun Nov. :22nd.!: for construction of bridges across Mr\ ;. J. H. Houser. IL.-
C. F. and J. C. Hoover Rebecca Alvarez Hogan creek and Silversmith creekon Mrs.\ Elsie Sparkman returnee !
I ; N. D. Wainwright T. D. POWDER RIVER UONDERFUL Atlantic boulevard.

Clark of Jacksonville; George B PICTURE Lake ;;
Flynn of Titusville J. H. Bitch E. Wales-Scott & Minnis start SOUTH FLORIDA'SGREAT
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S. Matthews, George C. White, N. Under the auspices. of the American plant.operation of concrete brick and block NEWSPAPERIf For Merchants Only! Ii IiThe

Sternberg. F. F. Stump G. M. In- Legion Post No. 91, Powder

man, G. M. Sistrunk. C. A. Futch, OL. River was shown in Starke Wednesday Avon Park-Park Ridge section

Haynes A. W. Anderson! D. C. and Thursday. This wonderful plans huge development .
Jones, J. L. Peek J. C. Robinson J. picture Is official War Departmentfilms program.Winter merchants who do the biggest Christmas business this year A;:. i
I ".. Andrews Jr., Edward Burns E taken in action by the Signal Haven;;::Realty transfer you want to keep posted on the will be the merchants who start right now through

.r t, K. Perryman W. E. Middleton J. M Corps! of the U. S. Army, and compiled unusually active.Lakeland$700,000. marvelous development of South to tell shoppers about the new exclusive and newspaper\ space 1

Mitchell E. M. Davis II. M. Snyder, 1 in one stupendous picture. ; Florida, you must read reasonably priced merchandise -
'f C. A. Knight I.. A. Davis J. 11.f "Powder River" has been shownin voted for sewer in their stores.

f Brownlee F. L. Turner, Mamie Gar- Richmond. Philadelphia New extensions.

) ris, ./. F. Kickliter Jr., N. T. Rich York Cleveland Chicago and Boston Webster $35,000 school bonds The Tampa Newspaper reader!agree that the well illustrated ad is the most
W. L. Wall L. G. Powell W. G. and its appearance In Starke sold. interesting ad and it is the ad which first attracts their
Stringfellow. was the first time It has been shown Morning Tribune attention. We ,\
) south of Richmond. Lake Steams-Four miles of are equipped to furnish special Christmas illustrations for every line of L

SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS This picture features the four streets to be paved. business. "
ENTERTAINED: great battles of the World War, Every nook and corner of South t' JJ-

"'" namely: Chateau-Thierry Cantigny 01'IandoCheney highway between Florida is carefully covered by Tribune Just a word over the phone
l Mil Amelia Ray's Sunday school : this *t your elbow will bring. with
i St. Mihiel\ and Argonne. Also the place and East Coast I correspondents. Write for
class was entertained Fri noon by little Miss", Etholln White at"the fic about I ample copy and rates. catalogue
bills
December 1. card
: home of her grandparents Mr I surrender The (f the entire German fleet. -"'- or. osters-lOrder yourlChristmai: printing now.
pictures were of thrilling interest
and !Mrs. J. W. White. The class 1 and Lakeland-$73,000 bond issue vot
is were viewed by large ed for street .
composed of the following bright I crowds both Wednesday and ThuM- paving.Klsslmmee
young people: Hazel Adkins Eloise Bradford
lay.
Ritch. Julian Peek Jr., Etholin Huge building pro- The Tampa County TelegraphPHONE
outlined.
gram
White Billy Graham Fenella Snyder It is estimated that only half of ,
Morning Tribune
( Frank and John Inman. Elmo Struth he eligible voters cast ballots at the Opp-Nicolas Cotton Mills operating 29-STARKE
Carrie Hutto. James Richard WainI I alt election. on 24-hour bails. Tampa Florida. _


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DAY NOVEMBER: 28, 1921. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA
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ADVICE THE AGED 1- tor strawberry or trucking land in congratulation, all of which -were .
I I II I Amb brii...U>flnnltl-...<: II ". Florida Reasonable cash paymentand greatly appreciated. _
.w.... wmdtTutt's.......... -1...... rENTAWOBUCOLUMN \
a easy terms. E. S. Matthews, j''

e Bits of LocalInformation 1- PiUs Starke, Fla. 10.3l-4tJ: !|' As Miiis Florence Matthews, Miss .i

The Woman's Clut ,Dorothy Edwards and Jim Klckliter; .f
... a .p.cl effect on tticc......... benefit card will give a Jr., worn returning from the Gaines 'J,
I I.timuUltaa the bow.... .tocc ..l ir .1 l I party Tuesday afternoon i vllle fair lust Thursday evening they
.aad Impute visas la the.nt.n, Dec. 2nd, at a p. m. Reservations
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I wore unfortunate b
so as to In an
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Concerning; Our People, Business and WAUMNCiPeople may bo made for bridge, BOO and ; automobile accident. The car in
\ 10 oer cent discount on Rook. Please make reservation with '
Progrea of the County and Town. I i which they were riding was turned
Mrs. U Wyman not tutor than !MonI i I'I
I Roval Societv Packages at trcsspassing on any of my day. Prices 50c each ur $2 table I over and both bliss! Matthews and \,
per i ii 1 1
Sternberg's Sale.Mr. enclosed land, hunting or fishing, Miss Edwards were painfully, ',"
,- will bo prosecuted to the full extentof i 'i 1 though not seriously Injured. Mr.

....Iss Cassie White spent Wednes- sonville Wednesday afternoon to the law. Land lies north and south Embroidery thread skeins;i i Klckliter escaped unhurt. 1 k

I'3i in Jacksonville. visit her aunt. Mrs. W. J. Griffin.J. and Mrs. J. M. Mitchell and and including Alligator creek. for 10c at Sternberq's Anni I
the
Miss Lucile
daughter, spent It J. W. ALVAREZ. You never can tell what is happen
Thanksgiving holiday in Jacksonville versarv Sale.
Ilea Hilda Struth spent Sunday In W. Andrews, Jr., and W. A. I ing in a foreign country by tho new
FOR SALE-Pair big, heavy mules, read about
Jacksonville with friends, Bessent were business visitors to you it.
Jacksonville Saturday.Joe suitable for rough, heavy work. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Alderman i I
was"a Misses Aileen Alvarez and Alice $150 for the pair if taken at once. .....__..._ .
H. Hill, of Lawtey, business Mrs. T. N. Llmbau I\. :Miss! Carolyn -.... ...wID1II
Tharin in Gainesville Thanks-
were E. W. Hayes, Starke. 1128tf.
visitor to Starke Tuesday.'Brs. Hill Williams, of Lake Butler, giving afternoon to attend the ball Fripp and Mrs. W. J. Epperson motored ; COFFINS & CASKETS ,
was attending to business mattersIn to Tallahassee, Wednesday to
business town Monday. game between Drake and the U. of F. FOR SALE Million Charleston spend Thanksgiving day with relatives And a Full Line .( '
F. A. Scott made a I
Wakefield Cabbage Plants one and also to attend festivities Uad.rl.A.r.: 3.rpa... l ,
tri to Waldo Tuesday. twenty-five 1,000. J. II. Moore, ([,
F. F. Stump spent several days of per at the Woman's College.
Miss Mabel Edwards the
spent this week looking after his business Lawtey, Fla. 11214t. AUTOMOBILE HEARSE 1
: 1r. and Mrs. C. N. Christy spentThanksgiving week-end in Gainesville with her sister interests in Eustis, New Smyrna and AIwa,. om h..... The lint sor- I I :
in Jacksonville. Mrs. J.C. Adkins. Leesburg. 1 FOR SALE-Early Jersey Wakefleld Mrs. A. Price, of 31 Butler St., .t..1 .... l.w_t prle**. gp* : {
Cabbage Plants $1 per m. 75 cents Kingston, Pa., desires to thank her ttml .tt.aW.a t. UUfrcpli *rML -
lI w Goods Arriving Daily at All Ladies' Hats reduced at per m in 10 m lots f. o. b. Lawtey.J. Starke friend who so kindly ivmombtT I K..M.r.4 Embalawr.DeWITT .
.Stamp's. Stump's. Messrs. Hollis Knight and John L. Harrell, Lawtey, Fin .>d her on her seventy-ninth birthday -
Burwell, of the University of Florida 11-21--U &
anniversary, which wim the t 17th JONES
spent Sunday in Starke the
Have been to the sale
and Mrs. W. Ml Wainwright you of November. A number her fin-iult I'I
Ur. guests of Col. and, Mrs. D. E. Knight. FOR RENT-Building formerly occupied STARKE. FLA1
spelt> Monday and Tuesday in Jack at Sternberg's? at Restauront. St. next hero sent gifts, !letter and arils, of tutallaeeicrmmu I .

Ion lle. Miss Dorothy Edwards, who has! door to Mitchell's drug store. Ap-

Mrs. E. L. Biggs and little son, been visiting her cousin, Miss! Florence ply to1.. W. Morgan, Agt., Starke, --
bank Pomeroy, of tho University Leslie, spent :Sunday: in Baldwin Matthews, went to acksonville lt-21-2t.
ojjflorida" was a visitor to Starke with her sister, Mrs. J. M. Oliver. to visit her aunt, Mrs. Annie RI- GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLYINMAN

'Su7iday. chard. SALE OR F.XCIIANGIF'or houseor 1 t'
Miss Nellie Stearns I Is spendingthe lots, small Grocery, main Direct I & RITCH

rA. C. P. Tison, of Jacksonville, Thanksgiving bolldaysln New of Wauchula doing nice business. REPRESENT THE BERT LEADING
11 R. Nobles the
popular bakeryman
spent the week-end with her sister, t'I Smyrna with her mother, Mrs. L. E.Miner. Good reason for selling. Terms. INSLIRN'EMl'r1NIES! = FIRE
is now located in the newly rebuilt : J
Mr*. P. E. Johns. PurtkulnrsBox 1101! Winter '
house of L. E. Partridge on ACCIDENT LIFE AUTOMOHILE.11ONDS .
Haven, Fla. It'FOR ,
I Cherry street. LIAIIILITY
lon't fail to attend the. Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Jack Murden, of
SALE 20-acro farm In the ADJUSTMENTS MADE PROMPTLY ;
Jacksonville, were guests yesterday i
Sale at Sternberg's.Jr. of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M Boys' suits with 2 pairof famous Water Oak section of I

I Alvarez. pants special price $8.95at X Bradford County and 75 to 100 ,
;. and Mrs. Perry E. Johns will head of good stock cattle. Place 'Bright I 0

teat soon for their new home in''I Mrs. E. M. Johns and Mrs. L. A. Sternberg's Sale. on line graded road now under i SASH BRICK LIMECEMENT

Pprapunu.E Davis have returned home after attending construction to connect with' DOORS LUMBER
m I the P. F. W. C. Convention Miss Louise Fernandez spent\ the stateroud at Lawtey. No better
Dowling, of Stuart, has ret in Orlando last week. week-end in Jacksonville visiting land in Florida. Planted in short BUILDERS HARDWARE
$t1Ied home after visiting his daughter I relatives and attending the State cotton and strawberries next year

Irs. W. E. Middlcton.11 I i Fancy stamped pieces for embroid- Fair. farm will easily pay for itself. I SHERWIN- ; Everything
-11 inI I 1 Will sell 'for reasonable cash WILLIAMS .. for
j i ery. Most popular designs on Oyster pay- ...
: ward Bracken and Uas Brinson, White and I'ure Belgian linen at Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Newsom spent ment. Balance easy terms. E. S. ,I PAINT, \.@ .. .\ Building
of;tie U. of F., spent Sunday heroWith Stump's.Mrs. last week In Tampa and St. Matthews, Starke, Flu 10314t. KVANIZE.VARNISHES. iS and ,
friends. I Petersburg visiting relatives. They Repairing

I A. M. Darby was in Jacksonville made the trip by automobile.Mrs. FOR SALE Humphries' Molo
JM| L. Turner, of Jacksonville, j the first- of the week visiting/ Cricket "Puppy Dog" CutWorm CONSUMERS LUMBER COMPANY

pen; the week-end here with his I the homo of Mr. and Mrs James Dar- H. E. Ray and daughter, Destroyer. It protects your STARKE FLORIDA
wtf; j( I by Beth, of Lake City, are visiting her garden, large or smntl. Especially ,
parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Partridge recommended to Seed! Bed grow ..

jfBlily Graham spent the week-end Miss Free Wynn is spending the this week. era. Wonderful results obtained
In J" ksonville with his mother, Mrs. Thanksgiving holiday in Jackson- within -18 hours. Price in cartoons Y
Jack}Murden. ville with her aunt, Mrs. E. N. Alex- Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Hurbour and only: 5 pounds $1.00; 10 pounds i
I ander. children, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Hol- $1.80; 25 pound ,too; 50 pounds Coast
120-Mile Wind Gulf
D M. B. Herlong, Jacksonville, i I Ii _._ lingsworth and daughter, Betty, all $7.50; 100 pound $11.00. E. O. Sweeps

la the week-end guest of Mr. and ,r, Mrs. J. C. Adkirn! and children, of of Jacksonville, spent Sunday with PAINTER FERTILIZER:I CO.,
Mrs T. J. Griffin |! Gainesville, motored here Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Williams. Jacksonville, Fla. Millions of dollars damage done in a few hours

and were guests of Mrs. Ad-I 1021tf. time. Is your property protected against tornadoesand
\ Mrs. Joe Crews, Mr. and Mrs. O. klns' mother, Mrs. M. E. Edwards. Good apron qingham only
W'1J.4ndrewK went to Jacksonville FOR SALE-One of the bent 40-acro wind storms? Rates 40c per hundred a year

Wednesday to spend a few days. !I Miss Isabel Bullen Is spending the 10c a vard at Sternberg'sSale. farms in the great Water Oak section $1.00 three years. Insure in the Hartford.

i 1 Thanksgiving holidays in Norman of Bradford County, only a
A. Weeks, of Brooker, spent Park, Ga., with her sister, Miss quarter of a mile oft of fine graded -
Mo \. here with is father, Col. W. Beatrice Bullen. Kirk Lewis and Abe Kessent spent road now under construction toconnect J. R. DAVIS & CO.
seeks. the week-end on a motor trip to with the slate road at
i 1 Leesburg. Orlando and other interesting Lawtey. Thirty acres or more un-
.
On Dec. 6th at 4 p. m. the
,dill's.: [>. E. Knight spent several places, returning home by the der cultivation. Practically no I
dan this week in Jaacksonvtlle, the big Doll will be given away atSternberg's. way of Sanford. waste land on the place. Next year .

gue of Mrs. J. C. Striblinff. this land will easily produce a bale .. .- -- --
,. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Canova, Mr. of short cotton to the acre. No bet- .I'r I

.,NIodel.: .-* in CosHurtl corsets Levy Canova, Mr. Leo Canova and 1
art ra"HiereH at Stump's. Mr. and Mrs. T. I>. Clark, of Jack Miss Julia Cunova, of Jacksonville, .f.t..i. .i.;.,. .t.t.

sonville, spent Thanksgiving in spent Thanksgiving with relativesin j TII Elt roSTA TIC AUTOMAT
M 1\1rH. J. C. Robinson andchndden Starke with Mrs. Clark's parents, Starke. GoodForYou
returned Monday from Jack- Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Wainwrlght. + TI( CAKIIUKKTKIt ('oN. tTKOL

10M J! where they visited relatives Just received a shipment of Ladies' *. .
I | Every day ii Bargain day at Greases at Stump's.Mr. -t I

fots; of baraains at Sternberjjfe I Stump's. :; is installed us Regular ;.

Anniversary Sale. i and !Mrs. II. M. Snyder and ... Equipment on Cadillac ('arll.
i Mrs. II. M. Snyder, Misses Ruby
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children returned Tuesday from a and has proven mi sallNfactory
7' Katie Belle Green and Lu- +
I'oppell week-end trip to Jacksonville, where that the General Meters ('or "
:M3faml
J. Alvarez and
Mrs. M.
; die Mitchell motored to Gainesville *
they were guests of Mr. andfrlt.! :;: puration hall purchased the
attended the Alachua
famQf. County Thursday to see the big fair.
Falrllast Fred B. Nobles. right to Install them on the
Thursday night.
T Buick, Chevrolet, Oakland,
Col. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins have +
The W. T. Weeks Chapter, U. D. C., Oldsmobile) and G.; :M. Truck. .
11 and Mrs. Herbert C. Ritch spent the past week on a motor trip
spftlt hanksglvlng day in Jackson I inSouth Florida, stopping in Tampa, will meet next Wednesday, the :3rd Attached to Ford Car they .
of December, at 3:30: at the home of I
vi" [ Bradenton and Sarasota. o will pay a dividend ofr; to lOc :;:
iI i !Miss Etta Tison and Mrs. L. G. I'ow- I
I| -- t each of "
on gallon gasoline
you :
ell. At this meeting all members
Er iry Day i la Bargain atStump's. returned afternoon are i
Day S. S. Dowling Sunday requested to pay annual dues. t buy. GUAKANTKKD: Costs .
frini West Palm Beach,
p + $:i.00. You can try it. 30 I _day *.
where he was called Friday to attend 00 I
Miss Fannie Shaw, of Jacksonville, and if not m.(lulled get As long
Mbi l tl Ethel Griffin went to Jack- to business matters. your I as your money
-. who in sent out by the Florida Public 4 :MONEY BACK.$ tII.
-,= Health Association, was in townIond.y i
visiting the school and looking 1 remains in thi bank
: -. II. YOUNG & CO., ; s
alter health crusade work in the :4
STATE DISTKIIItTOKH.Starke 4
different rades.
:! Fla. 'i j earning interest for
z I you
Mr. and Mrs. Jim F. Klckliter, Jr., ..t.t. .t. i.i.i.i.i.i. ,
Warm' have returned from their tM -------- ---- ---
journey and have apartments wedding at the tz ,..i...i .t. ....".....1+.. the other fellow will

home of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott, I

_corner nue. Ninth street and Temple ave i NOTICE not get it. I


and A $15 Doll aiven away free z .....
That dollar that
during Sternberq's Anniver- t The 1921 Tax Roll In now got

i open for the payment of 1921 2
Sale.It.
sarv .
Tun. T from is the
t : away you

, \ it t ICy Happy W. Card, of Detroit, reached Two per cent allowed for :{

here the trip Monday by automobile.afternoon, Mr.having Card made lathe t t November payments, t I one you forgot to put

One per rent allowed for :
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guest of his grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. E. D. Card. ; December payment. ':* in the bank.

't' Boob Clone April J, 1921. ;
Dr. E. L. Biggs left Sunday for I

Yet Bever heard of anybody being "cold and happy" did you> It u a com- the New Orleans, where he Is attending 1 I ,i

bio- which doe together. therefore, if would have A Southern Medical Association.: E. W. I ITax
on not go -- you yours Dr. Biggs/ Is expected to return home i Hayes I

Hippy Home, tee to it that is comfoitably w rra. Our OJ and Wood tomorrow. < > : I

1.ltasters embody all the comfort qualities in stoves known to man today .- Collector. fIt i ?
Messrs. D. E. Knight L. A. Davis .
Winter is just around the comer--Be prepwed. and II. O. Brown motored to Sarasota Zs a+t+ +".""'HH.t..

Wood Heaters S2,2S to $35.00 Frnest and Knight spent last accompanied week-end.them Paul as BANK OF STARKE I

Oil Heaters, $6.73, $7.25, $11.00 far as Lakeland where he visited his I

I party little cousin returned, Charles home Saturday Larion. The 666 I The Bank of Helpful Service

DeWITT C. JONESHARDWAREStarke .night. a ....,..... I., i

Florida C. D. Harding, of Tampa spent C. :,::4. Grppe: Dengue. Usa.i I ,I

several days of the pact week. in aches. Con Up tion, Biliou.n*.". J .

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t I PACK SIX BRADFORC COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARK FLORIDA FRIDAY NOVEMBER: 28. 1<))2|. *t J-+I

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Rupture Fla.Number.

t [ FARMERS and FARMING! Expert Number of of farms enumerators, 1920 ,census 56. i9- ''J

078.Counties
I' -.- I (22): Alachua, Baker,
; I I Bradford, Brevard, Citrus, Clay, Co-
r FARMERS: AND TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE lumbia, Duval], Flagler, Hernando,
Here
A r ", I ARTICLES; OK FARM:\ b.Xl'EKIENCES AND METHODS FOUND Lake, Levy, Nassau, Orange, Pasco,

t i, TO HE BEST SUITED TO OUR COUNTY; : I Putnam, Saint Johns, Seminole, Sum- ;

;, .- ter Union Volusia. (Marion county
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P 1 I .F. H. Sueloy, of Chicago and Philadelphia will be canvassed by the Forest Ser-
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i[ CREDII' UHKKK: CREDIT: IS DL'E "pots often become numerous and the vice.)
1 ] the noted will
truss expert,
I' (U>' Spuds Johnson) arl'l, tCII leaves wilt and full. District No. 3.
I "When the infection," Dr. Weber personally be at the White House '
, t Supervisor, Oscar II. Gordon, State
: l ), There i is un old 1 saying which goes
; something like, "Give credit where" donu. put heavily infected plants of- this Tuesday, only, Dec- 2. Mr.\[ See. Number of enumerators, 43.

I I"'j credit witness i is the due-" It was parade my pleasure at Tallahassee to- I ten lose all of their leaven. I I Icy says: "The Spermatic Shield will Number of farms, 1920 census, 10or,5. ,-
negro
"The disease is caused by a fungus .
the Centennial and not only retain case of rupture
I during I which is easily scattered by wind and I any ) Counties ((20) : Broward, Charlotte,
( there Is no denying the fact that of rain. It is common in Florida, being I perfectly, but contracts the opening Collier, Dade, De Soto, Glades, Har-

those colored people for deserve the a lot found in practically every locality in 10 days on the average case. Be- dee, Hendry, Highlands, Hillsborough, SAY "BAYER ASPIRIN" I

praise and credit sowing I'' where peppers are grown. The dis- ing a vast advancement over all Lee, Manatee, Monroe, Okeechobee,
I they made. ease lives from one season to another Osceola Palm Beach Pinellas Polk '
Several of their floats strikingly former methods-exemplifying instantaneous Unless you see the "Bayer Cross" on
i on old] plants in the field.] Sarasota, St. Lucie.
I I depicted epochs In the American I effects immediately ap- not getting the. genuine Bayer

t negro's history. He was shown protecting USE POISON BAIT 'roKILL preciable] and withstanding any INCREASE. WINTER EGG PRODUCTION
1 his muster's home during the I by millions and prescribed by
I CUTWORMS strain or position no matter the size
War Between the States. What he is I
home making, or location. Large or difficult cases, I Are ready for the harvest?
doing< in agriculture, Ordinary cutworms that attack you Colds Headache Neuralgia '
j the industries and business was rep- I or inciaional] ruptures (following With No. 1 eggs, meaning; fresh,

; resented.But cannot such plants be as controlled cabbage like and worms beets operations) specially solicited. This sound, clear, 24 ounces to the dozen, I Pain Toothache Neuritis

what impressed me most was retailing at CD) cents per dozen, with ,
which eat the foliage of plants. And instrument received the only award
i the floats of the Florida A. & M. an upward tendency, indications pointto ; _+, Accept only $!;
farmers! and gardeners are in and in
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England
many Spain producing _
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College for Negroes. There in a most I a great harvest for the farmer and which contains
complaining of damage being done< S /i :
i ; forceful manner was represented the I results without surgery, injections, poultryman who is keeping progress
by these worms. A remedy has been Handy "Bayer" :
ambitious undertak- medical treatments with development. You can
better and<1 more discovered for this pest and J. R. or prescriptions. poultry Also bottles of

,, ings of the colored race in Florida. Watson, entomologist of the Florida Warning-All cases should be cau- increase your winter egg productionby Aspirin I t. tae ride mark of Btjrtr Manufacture of .""
of the parade I did I during the fall for
sowing grain
And in thin part
Experiment Station, recommends its tioned against the use of any elasticor .
I not see any negro boy< or girl tryingto the hens to graze on during the winter -
in this state.
play the piano or do< aesthetic use Web truss with understraps, as months, besides naturally reducingyour of it giving.
In speaking of the remedy, its preparation pletcly] stops the leakage sap,
r' dancing. There was none of the frills I and application, Professor same rest where the lump is and feed bill. is stated, the wet areas about the A desire t

e that the white folk so often fear the Watson !says "the mixture should be not where the opening is, producing Sow in a mixture of oats and rye burrows soon dry, thus leaving prac- sometimes :

black man is trying to stray off into. thoroughly] damp but not sloppy so complications necessitating surgical at the rate of 3 to 4 bushels of oats tically no evidence of injury to the I man sitting
Nothing !but the stable things of life. I per acre and 1 1-2 to 2 bushels of rye'' tree. whom the
that it will fall in fine flakes when operations. Mr. Seeley has documents
l Agriculture, home building, health, sown broadcast over the field or gar- per acre. A laying mash should be i This borer is the caterpillar of a cornfield may
+a industry, these were the things that I den. It should be put out after sunset from the United ,States Government, fed along with the green feed. A moth and is also known as the hick ''' Swollen

tttood out.Anyone. so that it will remain moist all Washington, D. C., for inspection. He Rood homemixecl mash can be made as I.ory cossid or oak cossid. It is one folks visit

I who has ideas that this night. If sown properly, it will fall will be; glad to demonstrate without follows: 1 part corn meal, 2 parts i I of the larger insects that frequently home sore
i negro school is wasting money and is shorts, 1 part bran, 1 part meat meal] injure trees. has no
in small flakes that will not be dan- charge or fit them if desired. Business wheatshould 'I pecan
not rendering a distinct service to the equal parts of corn, oats and politan
to poultry and other birds.
State, should have seen the parade.It gerous This poison bait is composed of demands prevent stopping at be fed in the afternoon, pre- DIGGING SWEET POTATOES I towns,

was clear to me-and all whom I bran, 20 pounds; cottonseed meal, G any other plao in this section. ferably in a scratch litter. These I HAS BEGUN IN GEORGIA lovable when
heard talking about it-that the feeds, together with oyster shell and lines of their i,
|I
pounds; paris green, 1 pound. Different I*.: S.-Every statement in this notice /
school is doing just what it was In- grit accessible, makes a complete] than aping ,
Nov. 24. Activity
be in Ga.
amounts can > ed but has Federal I' Valdosta, -
been verified before the 1
, tended to d<> ration. ranks of the Some ]loyal '
the same proportions.! these thoroughly has started in the
In the afternoon the people] both and State Courts. F. II. months ,
while they are dry and then Seeley. > The winter and early spring Georgia Sweet Potato Growers' As- city cherish
j white and black, fortunately-gathered add 2 1.2 gallons of water and 2 Home Office 117 N. Dearborn St., are the months of high priced eggs. : sociation and by the next week it is ture. All ,
to hear an address by one of the The early spring months are the I don't
quarts of syrup. Broadcast or scatter Chicago. expected that digging potatoes will get
{' most brilliant negro speakers I have the mixture the about months of highest frier prices. Sow i be well under with the members. clouds that
along rows
or
way
heard Roscoe Conkling Sim- . ; i these ,
ever for grazing during
the bases of the plants to be protected. grain now Lee W. Wolff, of the Northern dusty toilers
mons of Chicago. lIe told his colored EXTRACTS FROM COUNTYAGENTS' monthsYou will make a greater Fruit and Produce Company, of Chi- community

ills hearers that it's up to them to make Cutworms are the almost hairless REPORTS profit from your eggs and early cago, sales manager of the associa step at a

themselves efficient and capable. He caterpillars of several species of . . e friers. I tion, has arrived in Valdosta] and Much so
lauded the justice of the whites, and E. M. NIX I I
ill 1. moths. Their eggs are laid mostlyon Duval-We have prepared 100 feet will remain here for several weeks, thoughtless
I told the negroes that the white man he grass in heavy sod land. The larvae -J iof space in county building of State Development Agent S. A. L. Ry. directing handling of the crop. |I of people

.. will give himself him ready more for power more.as Ills feed on the grass. Consequently, Fair for our exhibits. TO KILL. PECAN COSSID BORER Later in the season and during the and are not (,
proves cutworms are most troublesome on I early spring the growers expect to same. People
k advice was sound, fair and truthful. grassy lands. When such land is Okeechobee-Local citrus growers' Gainesville, Nov. 19.-Driving a get real fancy prices for the portion fire of !

1 In Florida the negro is making plowed the natural food of the cater- association has started packing large-headed nail into their burrows of the crop cured, and in all are'

progress. He has done much, and is 'pillar is cut off and they are forced fruit; truck growers are busy planting I is the simplest method of combatting counties where the asociation is organized 1: work are

I ci l doing more. He deserves a word of to concentrate on plants set out later a mixed vegetable acreage, noI the pecan enemy known as the cossid arangements have already storm on a t > '

, cheer. Lot's give it to him. """" I particular crop being especially cmIphuHized. borer. A short nail with a large flat been made for warehousing: the crop make people

r NO USE TO SPRAY FORMELANOSE WASHING AND LEACHING I Citrus fruit is coloring up head, such as is used for nailing until it is cured for market. I settle into

t'1 : IN WINTER:I EXPENSIVE: : .'onIUIEU rapidly. down felt roofing, has been found< ,, ''day.
WHY TilE KNOCKER KNOCKS ;
I very suitable for this purpose, according | ,
, II j "Spraying for niolano.se in fall and Millions< of dollars worth of plant Seminole-Our poultry associationis to Dr. E. W. Berger entomologist faith and .ft'J]
I food Is washed and leached from the booming; meetings are well attended Most cities and towns have knock-
winter in a waste of perfectly good of the state plant board of who loves his
soils of Florida} Most of and many are taking active ers There are some in the Halifax
time and money, O. F. Burger, plant every year. I Florida. that he
disease specialist of the Florida Experiment it is removed, too, during the winter parts in them; all 50 members have The nail should be driven straightinto Country. Why do they knock, when merits rather )
months. It 1 is washed into bottoms been given copies of Bulletin 38, it is so clearly for their interest to
: \1\ Station, has advised citrus > < the tree through the external who quietly]
Florida Poultry Production shout for the good old home town? ]
lakes where is without
If and rivers it faults is
growers. opening of the borer's burrow, flushing A bit ] in
of
jealously perhaps, some
Growers have recently asked for value to any man. This tellect] who
I Lake-JK.. Parks of Umatilla the head with the bark Some folks dislike to others
Instructions for spraying citrus for I This is a waste that should be pre I shipped 210 boxes of sat umas, about closing and tightly sealing the opening go cases.( ahead and attain prominence see in things
j nielanose with bordeaux-oil. They vented. Hut how to prevent it is aquestion four truck loads, this season that soon results in an accumulationof organizations. Dujtona
a. to believe that this disease < that naturally arises. Thereare community They regard -
stem maybe
sold in Chicago for $9.20 a box or a sap in the burrow which drownsthe themselves :
as equally capable
), I controlled by spraying in winter. many ways and at least two of i total of 2,208.. This fruit was grown borer. of leadership hence feel to Why not a
"Jlelunoso! i is caused by a fungus them are applicable to Florida< con- with tempted for< every
1r r on high hammock land. The flowing of sap, together carp at others who are given respon ;
a which lives in the dead branches and I ditions.<
the of of
appearance particles
i terminal twins of the citrus tree," One of the best methods of con Marlon-Special effort is being chcwed-up wood that are .generally sibility. Yet they would not probably Send your "<

Dr. Hurgor says. "During rainy sea serving soil fertility in Florida-as j I made that the dairy cattle exhibit at visible at the mouth of the burrows, take off their own coats and put in as a holiday .'
the hard licks the other fellow is state friend.
sons the spores, or seed-like bodiesof I well as>; elsewhere> --is to grow cover ; make it easy to locate the< borers
the fungus are washed down to crops in full and winter when heavy ex-hibit and their burrows. When particles of

the young leaves and fruit. If the !|, rains are frequent. These crops forma ants, bankers, professional men, etc., chewed-up wood appear at or near "COUID BETTER FERTIIIZFR BE MADE WE r ]
I fruit was not sprayed early in the network of roots in the soil and iof: Ocala donated $3,500 for
prem-
the base of the tree, it I is a quite cer- Jib Uth Prlnlht. of t... old ...II. I. *8 IMOnf, PURE" ,
season and if there is meianotie in thus hold the soil< particles together Mums; besides this 350:; memberships 'I
I tain that of the borers .
sign one or more reab. i minim PALL PRICES. gtuooid of QUALITY (
the grove, the spores have already which means the soil particles are Ito| fair association have been taken are in the tree, according to Dr. riorWo. ........ PrleM rl.kt--qu.Iltr: ......4.. ... >ot tho ...
readied the fruit, and it I is now too i prevented from washing away and ,out, and several hundred season tickets Berprer. oolU. A oot pdc.a.t INSECTICIDES. spa ATXRS. .
1 taking with them much valuable have
late to spray been sold.
Using nails, as indicated, so com-
: "To spray with bordeaux-oil curlyIT plant food< say specialists of therlorida E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Co. (

II i t In sprint;-from ten to twenty days College of Agriculture. I St. Lucie-Shipments of beans are -
t days after the blossoms open-meuns I As winter cover crops, oats and moving from places where early

A that the young fruit Is covered with rye probably are the best for this I plantings were not drowned out; all
a thin flint of the spraying material I, purpose However, any green and kinds> of truck are being planted following ;

which keeps the spores of the disease : trrowiiiK< plant on the soil in winter is the high water. Carload ship- \
from entering the fruits' tissues and I better than no growing plant at all. ments of citrus is moving from a few FOLKS -

Sl thus causing the disease. I Outs and -ye furnish line grazing packing houlles.WaltonWe e THEM KIDS

"All the spraying in the world I for livestock, prevents much washing shipped 1000 bushelsof IN OUR 'NlT L AGAIN

with all tho material possible to apply i'and leaching, and' l give the farmer sweet potatoes cooperatively this VU.8CT <
will nut remove the effects of the !I something to harvest or to plow under week TOWN '
at a very fine price have another
I ; -
disease which has been allowed to'' for humus the following cpring. _
car ready to go in a few day .
j duvelop throughout the season. When It is late to plant the winter cover -

} once within the tissues of the fruit, crops, but still pretty fair growth may Palm Beach-Farmers are prepar

F// there is: no remedy. The russetting be expected.The ing land and planting; seedbeds afe LOOK \ 1.
caused by melnnose cannot be con- first thing that enters the doing well and prospects are bright. SEFORE YOU e -

trolled now; it is too lute." mind of the modern farmer of states We are sending an exhibit to the SPEAK t L
Citrus growers should] prune out north of Florida when this problem State Fair. tyrF

and burn all dead wood from their is mentioned is terracing. However, >
trees in the full and winter, and that is not so important in this: state PutnamConsiderable acreage of .
1 spray the trees with bordeaux-oil in I as a whole. In the hilly and clayey snap beans has been planted in and By

; spring just about ten or twenty days northern anti western counties terracing near East Palatka and are doing

after the blossoms appear. That, and is highly] desirable as a meansto fine. Edward

1 i that alone, will control the disease. prevent washing and leaching. AGRICULTURAL CENSUSTO; :< McCulloughAUTOCASTER
!ii There is not enough of this practiced
"I l'ONTIWi-: % SPOT ON BE TAKEN >
in these '
counties; in some there is "'MM y.Ie (;
:
PEPPER wnll BORDEAUXThe
practically none of it. But, even with Washington, D. C., Nov. 25.-The

disease of pepper known as effective terraces, there is i no reason II Department of Commerce has

I leaf spot or loaf drop may be controlled why cover crops should not be grown completed the preliminary organization 5 .+.N, LA"TER >
I' by spraying the plants with also. Both together mean a more effective of the field] work< on the Censusof v / CONFOUND YOU!

r I. 1-1-50 bordeaux mixture, beginning preservation of plant food< in Agriculture for the State of Flor- AlaAtN wNAT; Y KEEP AWAY FROM YouQ

MM with the plants while they are in the the soil and an actual improvementof ida, announces the names and ad- I HEBB IP e

t seedbed and continuing during the the land.AMENDMENT. dresses of the supervisors of the eeI _any / Y& OOHYI .A... t
I WANTT t: ,
three districts into which the State -
growing season, according to G. )F. ,
: : TO COMBINE: :< 1 \ A GOOD ,
..1 Weber, truck disease specialist of the DUVAL COUNTY LOSES has been divided for census pur- !
I Florida Experiment: Station. poses, together with the probable .... : PAN.... SJ,
h
The disease, which often proves serious Jacksonville, Nov. 21.-The defeatof number of enumerators, number of

to pepper crops, causes irregular \ the state constitutional amendment farms in 1920, and the names of the It ( 1t 1c ]

] round spots to develop upon the providing for the combining of counties in each district, as follows: w. :\
4 : ) leaves of thu plant. These spots are the city of Jacksonville! and the coun- District No.1.Supervisor :

almost white in the center and are ty of Duval as one city, which was John C. McRae, Talla-
surrounded by a grayish brown area. indicated by returns received here hassee, Fla.Number .

p The green part of the leaf bordering several days ago was made definite of enumerators, 51. '

on these spots is often yellowish. The today with returns received here Number of farms, 1920 census, 23- ;

from over fifty Florida counties, 972. T7 /
I Habitual' Constipation Cured which show that there is now a Counties ((21)) : Bay Calhoun DixIe '
In '4 to :31 Days Escambla Franklin .
,
plurality of 7,029 against the amend- Gadsden
i -LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" ls a upeclally. Hamilton Holmes] i Ire t I!
prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habitual ment. Jackson, Jefferson -
I Constipation It relieves promptly and Lafayette, Leon, Liberty, Madison
should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 daysto To Cur. a C.ld In One Day Okaloosa, Santa ROIl, Suwan-
Induce regular action. It Stimulates and Toko LAXATIVE: BROMO QUININE CToblou. ) It nee, Taylor, Wakulla, Walton, Washington
Regulates. Very Pleasant to Take. 60e atop the Con1A" and H.od rh. and sae.off tho .
I 1 1 \ per bottJa. CoM. B. W.CkOVESwnoionoaooclibos.: '. District No... 2.
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p% &DAY. NOVEMBER: 28, 1921. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKB. FLORIDA PARR SKVFN!

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iTE REALIZES MANY I i BOBBED HAIR BRINGS
8 I I Piles Cured In A to 14 OnysDruifitliit
BENEFITS FROM: WORKOF ABOUT SLUMP: IN MARRIAGE
*nfund m"inr>y If PA7O O1NTM: EKT fella
EXPERIMENT STATION j j :MARKET MANY DECLARE to cure Itching' Ililud. Hlmidlni) .'. frotrudln
Flip* liiMitntly rallrvr llrhlnii Pllm. and see

ie 'benefits that the state of Flor- A slump on the country's marriage 1 1i i can CM mtfulalmp'.-'idor-flmt":applkailiiu.' : 4..

1 n, realized from the workings I, mart has been declared. And whatis -

o e Florida Experiment Station true of the rest of the country I hl 1'1'e 1. U FRAZEE

w hu as hard to estimate as it holds true for Mobile. Marriages ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLORAT

.: w he to enumerate the thousands :, during/ the past year or two have fallen r. f uir LAWI'OSTOFFiCE

o irhon compounds that are pres- < olf considerably much to the concern t

e the world in which we live. I. of real estate people, furniture BUILDING

T ic many people in the state who dealers florists veil manufacturers STABKE. FLA.

a lot interested primarily in live- I i jewelers etc. A number of industries -

ataejk or in agriculture the fact is |I are affected by the conditions Thirh "'n ytitrt" I Il KO ,u man was FINANCIAL TATIITBfrr' Or COUNT:
that the workers in the convicted of killing his, wifi-. lie was ruses
unknown on the marriage mart.
( Uoathly 1 A.sn.(d., .......al of Bradford
various"" branches of the Florida Ex- i Several local ministers are viewing r'.lIlly paroh'il! and! another woman County (or th>> month, of ,....,wr. 1US4.a .

perlAicnt Station, located In suitable I the situation with alarm and one married him to reform him. The ....ral. Pan

pocitjions throughout the state and local ministers arrived at a conclusionhe r r' t other day ho hot her and then killed Pal Ittrrlpta t..hlnt:2o".h:; ,: _- :-.:--:-_-_-?..8U4.80 ni, 4

fiTtfcte j main station itself with headquarters I gave his theory but refused to ;.: hlms.'lf There are IntH of people in \ Warrant. IMIU-I during month --.--7, 34,41
n et.. NOV 1 i. wu .__ ..
of Flor- :,., the world willing to risk anythingonce. ---8.IOa.88 ,
the .
at University allow his name to be published. Ministers f" .. ",' \ > Fin and Forfrltar Fend
idajjn Gainesville are constantly are diplomats. : Hal Oct. 1, 11124 4Klt r
w .;: KiHl'' durlnir month------------ lon.M
searching for new plants suitable to Bobbed hair is the reason given for J" ,> \s annn. Imuml during month ..... 16t.it
.1. :
Cold Cause Orlp and Influenza 111, NO,.. 1 i. :
the 1rlorida climate experimenting the marriage slump. Bobbed hair t Y Y 4 f 11134-------------------.. aoa.as
wit ) new insecticides and animal may improve a woman's looks, but it f .5.r ) LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablets ....muv.lb. ". Hill. 0.... 1 1. H.tf fmmt ... (> and in other eau.... There la only on. "Bromo QulDloe. lti..vltu during month ._ .
medicines many ways fails to make her more attractive to : M /5s ,
>> \,. .E. W. GROVE'S lutnatura no boa. San: Warronta ....u.d during month ...._ ,
cont wally on the lookout for the the men. "The masculine type will ';' ''J Illll Nnv. I. \ 878.11 ..
agrl iltural interests of this state. never apeal to the men" the minis- (t Hallala. Fund

-II searching for a new type of ter claimed" and the short haired < GAIN WEIGHT Hal Howiptji Ort,iliirlnir 1, 11124------------------month ___ |1,70 5t). {I.

{which would be especially suit- woman certainly appreciated the mas- If you are underweight use Warnmla ....uro! during month ......
cattle and for t LEONARDI'S ELIXIR FOR lint Nov I 1. 11144------------------- 7.5g
abl for grazing use culine type he said. futtaiila. PaadHB

a.l ige several varieties of the If her hair is shingled or garconed THE BLOOD. This tonic increases |. Oct I, 1 lea4. .. .-----...l.JM.H
I the appetite builds. up the blood, increases Kin-lpU during month ._ MB.SS
velvet bean were crossed and a new her chances of matrimony are acute- '. I the supply of the much WarrnntH imuoil during month .....

Florida, velvet bean produced which ly lessened., To be shingled is to Qln needed red cells. It provides nour- HHI Nov I. ln.4' ._ .1.11II1.811I..ln..c. '
Fund
harfl'proved to be of aid to the Flor- I cross the Rubicon for shingled locks I I ishment that makes the blood rich Mai. 0... I. W4 _-* _._!______- > .
ida f4Armer in the solution ot his feed makes Eve less attractive to men and .. > and pure and thus enables the bloodto Rncr-lpla During Mi Mh .._--... (
I ..f Warrant* laminl during month ... ,.
While grazing is under dis footer the bearish movement in I impart this new found strength -
ao Mnl Nov i. III... .. 711.SI
it might be well to mention | the marriage mart. J .... .... to the body. It also acts gently on VVId*,.a .....1.--., Fend I
I II Il \"' '*.......""" the liver and kidneys. IInl.! tct.) 1. i.24504,45 t) ,
of carpet grass a There are exceptions, the minister nov; : .U.tlll\Wjlll
I i H.c'h.l. iltirlnir month 8619
prObi.'rn. Make robust and -' -
inestimable value because of I in kind enough to admit. If the yourself healthy. Warrant. iMunt bring month. .__ IBS.DO t.
,' Fill out the hollow spots erase the Hal N... 1 I. IU14 488.IS
when for [
lal1enpe used pastur- :' bobber is petite and demure! has soft .,. t I lines caused, by lack of lesh.( Start Airloullaral Fund .
wi're this the grass the ex- | eyes and a nose that points slightlynorthward with LrONARDI'S ELIXIR FOR Mill Oct. I I. m0041,15 I
perioi inters searched the hair short AII Rvrolpia. Dtirlnv Month ..........._. k
grasses and soft curly TilE BLOOD at once Insist on
w'nrr.nh.' '' I...,,,, ilurinir month __ l
from;ill over the world where the cli- locks may add to her charms provided I LEONAKDI'S in the yellow pack- Kill I NoI I I. III!.. I,IS

ateftvah similar to the state of that the locks are not too i-lnst'- -"" age. At all druggists. llrailfnrd. County.Stum Nmi'mU'r I I. lull

Florid Ily! cropped. In this cast her girli.h- I of !Florida. ,
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w7r
Tfir' goh the workings of this sta- negs is all the more accentuated mid Umars I h.. by ririlfir that thi. lormrolni, itatomont
i.f thi rwprlptn end "li..btir.eni.nta nf th..
tloj !tlH' mo, it dreaded of all citrus she becomes more appealing/ Hut rimda of llntilforil Cnuntr for thn month nfi .

diseaMS, citrus, canker, has beenelim- the rule of thumbs is the snf<- rt nf knnwlt'dif unit .tfi1ti.
*
my
inatod; from this state. Up until you would conquer a heart or tun N R W. AU>KRMM.iMKM : .

th? time of the discovery of the let your hair grow. SURGERY I .i rirrk Circuit. Hiwrt,

methto,., ud the trees of this pest The marriage slump i i" noted not l r I I n. c. A. KNIGHT.bDtr Ci.! >rk

thou /Ki d.! of dollars were wasted an- only in Mobile but throughout/ tin

'luallWln; : attempting to curb its ma- country and in fact the world From ._ Fistula anil Olhcr Racial! Diseases

'IIg lan influence. and not only was Germany comes press dispatehe-s ,i Siucnafullr Trtatnl by the MASTKU'H SIENiilu'i :

I lost sustained! there but the harm which blames the halt in the manhto AMBULANT AIKT1IODNd
> Itptvlty l\un that nmlitr. and In ,
(ori. t C. the citrus itself mounted in- the altar not so much on economic [ Horse Markets Coming Back I Ii hospital no onrrntlAn, nn nnnencu pnrennnrr IN nf .n cnrtnln dMrr. of fnrneloiuvA
.'o .IfWJH large sums all of which has conditions as on fashion's radical II'' from home ni low of thiu<. no lnt.'rf..i.unco of. wiili,I *. ttmili. and rfniliimil, nn hit Oath ilnyof
'I' with aoclal *IIa.Rtlntlte. ..
0010.1" A. t> 1H2J In and by the ,JmU,
een'dpne: away with now. trend. In the agony columns of Berlin's I Send for my Free llklel- .f I thi rimilt. ('....rl In end for. .Kmilfonlroutitv ,
Illist, common knowledge what a papers the women advertising i i i "Curing J'ilf* and Other Ret'hr11)iaeuses' riorlilu... In Clmneery. in that e.v.
4jUinK ;':'." 51-YrAL'IRN1JN' 'NIU.NL! foWt r mill J.Oms! --I II Irvin (*MIINC> tKvnrln prndlntr. whvrvln fitnmnItirlinnl :
devB. ( effect the boll weevil has for husbands, always remark that 0 __ = : i =It explains cvuij- !I. cimnlnlfinnl., and .1. A. Culimnitnnil
"
had II ton tho cotton crops of our they have ]long abundant hair. On I I "' I'j"" tMla"I''f, 1; 1'r'T 1 "" 'h"NIt.H' t 1 thing TCtihr lili'.niiin, Mi wife, Mra ,ilufrtmliintn.R .
!:' ar > Goo. L. Dickcrson \. CIn4>". .s AltrflUI MivtMr. shell of-
Soutbelln -- Dr.
sections and + -
especially the other hand the would-be + .
lonely I I I.... fr for iilu .t pulillet nutnry, and will moll titln
thosgfjyf our sister state GeorKia. It RECTAL AND PELVIC SPECIALIST > ltltfln, .it and li *it Mililnr for emih, ImfumItir
husbands add to the necessary requirements H ':" ::::'. ;:: -III '-" .I.'i'f',
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door nf the Court HOIIIM, In Bliirii prmUfinil
watltrough; the painstaking re- when they advertise for -- H ':': :.-:::-- .I... ;: H H f-\ !- I 12JV4 Main St. Oppo.lt*. Kr..' county,. I rlorMn, on tho lut day DfPicimbir

seareJa} Vork of the men and women helpmates long thick, and abundant I _II A' "...... p frond 44DV Floor JACKSONVILLE Ryrno/ 131.1g.1'hoe. FLA, I A l It III'*!, donna'. the IIIIIK! hours
I .
"" ./ I of Null*, th, following itiiiorllicil. ,
In t4gj'lorida! Experiment StationthaU"femarkable hair. !Many come out with the bold M I.... ;. r- .. '.,. -- -- !\ lUu, .II, ,, ,ti<.nit I I property

!/ method for fight- statement that "bubekopie" need not ...9... r J 1I 1\ slliull I I I I All thnt ordain heal parcel. or 1'1..* ef
inth-4t 1I .!.. -, "' ; -f.-f.i land lyhm hnlnit not ultunto In llrnilfnrilcoiinly
C> weevil came as gift I
| a .
apply.In pa;
.. +1 I lorliln.. ilpMnrllwit is fnllnwet t The t
fronCtMa:' \ state to the entire South. .... 4a llllltlp dI8111 kreguYenpn.u. Nurthwi'Ht ipmrtrr of thi Nnrlhw qtlarttirof It
London the ladles in the court .. K
i ..
i i4a,6
} nt'ftlon
Tbj 'ni '
circles as well as other prominent II .. : rontalnlnic' 40 non, more or INK ..
th JForidn? Method of Weevil .
Boll authorities and match makers also I A. CJKKKN.A .
,
Control } has been used Spend M.t.
;' successfully assert that the short hair must grow, 7. ADKIN3.Hollellor .
in ttlll'I: of the sections throughout their I ,. for Ci.mplnlnunt: 11.1..1l-28
or the women of country are + Sick
the.South, which before its discovery doomed to eternal spinsterhood. i. .. ........ .-. .. hou D."_ --
were 'litulnp untold amounts of money | NOTInG OK APPMCATIOMDISfllAKGK ron FINAL

eacb1 as a result of the boll In Paris where actions speak louder I !lloruu markets are coming back. All both farm und city lire demanding, more Headache"I !

we r.mar than words, the debutantes are and better horses, better prices may ultimately re nlt, according to the .S.-urxKoohucU Nollrit In hir.>t>y "Iv on. to nil whom It

rk of the Florida Experi- wearing their hair long I Agricultural Foundation based on a study of the trend In the bujlnn niny. ...fonrcrn that im the Und. day nf. JanuurrA
I) lO.'ll. I hnll npply to th. IlnnnrnhlnIt
meat tat Ion has been directed i to- In America where the women refuse power of farm horses during the punt 07 years. have used Bhu'k-Drnn fht A lintn. manly Juilu. of nrmlforil. tnun

war /p6ber things than the field to let mere men set the styles Low prices prolmbljr, will continue to discourage horso and< mule prmlurlion when "needed for the past 25 ..ty. I KlorliU. "it* Judge, of Trohiit. for my, annrIho'bnrro
Mrs Emma: on ailmlniNtrittor of the Mint of J.
crops Which the farmer has each they still patronize the "bobber and cause a tilling off In the equine| population until uvvniKi prices retlll'U.the' years Grimes, layii of Forbes, Mo. "I M Mnxwi. .1.1 and. that ftt tho acme
shoppes."-;Mobile Register. Foundation belleveii. But already horse llmiI will nrnipnt my llnnl nitnounlK' ms ailmlnlnlruliir .
:ibroult'h have
breeding begun
ye fipprntlont
numerous and selective -- began taking It for a had' case of nnlil r.lntc. ...01 aik for their.
Cases experiments havo been to expand In the districts' possessing the kind of foiiiul.illim Minck CHpuMu, IIr of coniilipution. I would get. npprovnlllHlnl 1.

carrl'qjl>ut which show for a cer- GUNNERY FAILS TO producing the sort of horses the market wants" Attractive prlri'S urn now constipated and. feel Just mUerable I Nii\nmhi-r let, A. P 11124.
W. II. MAXWELL.
taintlrtwliich: foods when fed to the SINK I DREADNAUGIITNorfolk ; I i being paid, for nil good big sound! shapely draftera coming tu market and good -sluifKixh, tired, a bad I 11..1.2" I Ailmlnlntrator..

dlfferenttlivestock will produce the Va..-Nov. ....Twice withstanding I horses of the wagon type neighing J.4OO to liii( O poiiniN Prices" have ml-..1.I teats In my mouth and ---

most"K-un at least cost to the person bombardments today by vented l from the extreme
carlnfflfor, them. Farmers have been t-inch shells and bombs tired from I How soon the turning point will IIP reached on the rank and. flirt of horses severe sick headache. I don'tknow Tinlionril' i>r I'ulilln truntlnn will y

taurhtj ow to fight/ diseases in nnimaJa the battleship Texas the uncompleted IK uncertain. 1'revlons cycles of horse, and mule prices HH shown by the m'compunylng just who started me to ri<.I lt<> innlixl hliln: ,.l In unf-thlrly; onlocli.M..II.IIIV. ofIhn
avantt'r for
l the isle
..Jwcll as in plants, and, sev- dreadnought Washington still was I', chart have varied greatly In li-ngth The IIPHI lusted, eleven! yeah fll Fart of Mnmimcin l4.ichiH) hnllillni. Tli"

the most prevalent of afloat tonight about thirty miles off from tlepreHHlnn to depression the second eighteen years un l the prt-wnt cycle Kiicrim.riil hlililrr will b. roqlllrad to rpallmniti >
thtlJdjKeases have been Is It logical to believe that an upward takingThedford's' ItiilMlnif ixrn( to tho prtav bid IJunrilto
perfected. the Virginia cupes. Tomorrow she nlreaily twenty-seven year neenm' I furtilHli' mnti'rlal, fur ropalr.i. .
nit formers of the state are gradu- may be subjected to an aerial attackin turn In prlrcii which will lest for a ilecude or 'longer will start before long i.. w. KicKi.mr.it.Chairman..

*Vy3ComlnK to realize the need of which nine bombing/ planes will end. that good horse, and mules produced from mating; In the next few yearn II II Wlr.iJIN.1, .
L pplnfr-yats for will get the benefit of that mlvancp by the time they r"'lf'h' iiinrkHulile ..
I tick-Infested cattle take part and should she survive, the age 4.'r"-Inry 10.31.. 1118ORDKR I
, id, thla] has been brought about Texas gunners again will try their Good horses are the exception on farrim tnduy., It Is unthinkable, that good BLACKDRAUGHTSut FOU.--PI'lll._--I':'-'.TION-- --

I "'trough another angle of the work of hands at sending her to the bottom. farmers will be content with plug for lung 'In rlrruit Court tt'l' In.llolal' Clnmit fit

I ne Experiment Station, the work of The Texas opened her first attack Plurlilii., In and fur llrn.lfonl. County Inliiinri'ry .

."iucatln* the farmer to the vast im- today by firing a number of 14-inch PRIMARY FACTORS AFFECTING FINANCIAL, it did the work. It Just C <('hark./, ) Korman. I

.rovementa in ways and methods of shells at the exposed seemed cleamte the liver. vii I Hill to ronitloMJuin.
upper or more DIFFICULTIES OF THE FARMER. to
a .
,. vniililn ft nl, I 101..1. .... via
present-day farming.On portion of the Washington's armor. 0 IOZ 202 302 40Z 50Z Very soon 1 felt like new It npptorlnu' liy th. affidavit of the .."' ..
thewholc, the work of the Flor- Expert's aboard the Texas to witness When I found Black-Draught/ Q n... for thi. cumplalnant appnndol to lh. bill
ida to take and ..I complaint, fllxl In the .nln.v ntitlil MUM,
Experiment Station can be classd the tests found on boarding the target Low FARM PRICES..-........-..... *o easy e"syartiii Hint It I. tho Ix'Hof nf afflnnt. list the dnfmlanl. >
.
? ae eonstructive and *, I began to line it in .
advancing, according/ information received < W. Ili-ndi-raon Company, a oorj.rnil'.n

ed aavconatructive and advancing, and here that except for big dents HIOH TAXES-..........--...........-. time headaches anti, wuuld" not have sick th.| Star. l I."f a Florida r<.l.li. .nt, the of a th Htat. rmlilonen olh.r. than..'

not tooluuch credit can be given to made in the armor and partial punc- Constipation c a u s e H the nlil. ', dofen'lant. I. Knoxvlll. In the Slato ofnnnwi

this branch of the state and national tures in several places the Washington WAGES .....-...............-......... I system to re-itbijorb poison Slut.. of' .Florlila that. here the* ..In..vl.o no of pnraon a. lUlipOMia In the.

departments of agriculture. was not materially damaged and that may cause great pain upon whom would, hind .,,'h dnhnilant thnt
---. had she been in commission easily FREIGHT RATES ...........-. and much danger to youi the aico uf Maiil ili'finilnnt. la unknown to .f.

SHir.HLANI) could have made port. I health.l Talc Thodford'B fin n lIt I In th.-r.'iip..n' orili'nxl that th.lalil d.I."d.

The second attack made in HIGH INTEREBT RATES: ............ Black-Dranght. It will stimulate ..n.. C W 11.,1.'mnn i. r'omnany, a oirporatlun .
wan the liver and help] to I I*,, anil It lit hen by nriln to appear t
T.
Boggs more vital parts of the hull. This to thf AomplHinKiit. hill of complaint Hlmlh.'ri
left. ..... drive out t).. poisons. ,. ,,..
Friday for Calhoun S. C. for a consisted RECKLESS ExPCNOITURES) >I ln at the ( "" lltiun at "' Ilratt-
of underwater fired
Isitiwith relatives. charges Sold by all d alrs. Costa furl. County. rlnrl'la., un ur Itofur Mun.lay, I
against the craft to test the resis- ........... .. I o.ly one cent a di. i oho Ant day ..f llrrrmlMr./ I UK 4: molt It la
E. Too MUCH CKEDIT- ,.. .
of Temple Texas tance of her hull. Shells also were E-10. U furthrr iirilrrrH, that IBIS orilrr b puhllkhmlone
nrrived ec."ocaUCIl .a"lCuL'U.'L, roubsoTow vorr.o.ewlaaaMate + a wmik for four "n..Uv. WMk*. In
Friday to relieve II. T. Boggs fired at her after sections and amid- lh. Bradford r ninly IVIvvrnph, a n.w.t>aIHT .
is second trick operator. While here pul.liihr.1: at Stark. In Umdford County,
he will ship where her engines would have Fort, twa per coat of the farmer to the. United Hat.1t Maine tb"' be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. been completed. The Texas fired rial C1mc U.. the hand .nd th* aral of said Clr-
a low prlco of farm products aecono| ( to tbe 8 .r- I my
H. Q yWlrnberly.Mr eult Court. at "'..k.. In llrn.lford Count
|I.I.. nine 14-inch shells and five underwater It_ lIck .&grk'aU6r.1 l rouauaUen. wUcb baa completed: | a study; of tb. primary J Florida. thla. (Jet...... Xith. 1V24U.
Rierby and children
bombs it was said and at the end factor aiTactLoc the Uutaclal( difficult. of the fmrmcr hawed *a t 1Nr- R41rw W. Al.f>rRMAN.
wentlt*'Jacksonville Friday for a of the attack the observers founds the ,Snail., Clark Circuit. Coa,"
ma the
"*y by Gutted !SUt D.p rUu ut of Agrlraltcr. iTwntM par r. K r.A YTON.
f.iitfwtth her cousin, Mrs. Grace'llehoJa.'t hull practically free of water and her cent of the ftrmr feel that bIlk taxwi: are th* direct cau. of the tan: d4- T U .

:; armor unpierced in vital JT. oat blame SullelUir.so/ Complainant.nttitr.it 10-SI.6..n.1II
a spot. proao oo. Q p r tt klgli costs for ten labor torn per fool

EfD.h'resley spent the week-end Failure of the Texas to sink the Uat kip froiakt. raise are reepee.ible, tea p.r cwt blame tile lilgb kiUroot, FOR i-t'iu ICATION:
.,
+1th h.ls family in Atlanta. Washington caused no surprise .Ix per eel crUtt tile dttproautei t. rlNkl.... n pKtanM during bovoi parted, In Clreillt, Court. Sth Ju.llDial. Citoiilt: efFlorlila.

MVsJIda B. Williams and son, among naval officers here. Many of and four par o .t tklak It was .o. nucn eroJJt.Aa .. la mod fur Bradford County. In

tiordort,.left Saturday for Plant City them have contended that the ship iMilry made by the D. artoaooit at A rloit) .r* tkrovck both bauikor (( hareevry'harl. >.. Forman. I alit to Fir*.

for lii weeks' visit with friends could not be sunk by shell fire as the and farmers ".w. that on a average :S per Not of tko fare owikor ta IS .., | d,..... M.irtWllllam .-
.1 l Si.
M. ll.ynol.l t I "
*
and relatives. metal used in her construction is BO cora sad wk_(-......uti). stato. Ut tkialr farm thronfb t.I,_..* of bake It appearingby th. aifiilavit, of tli. atlarnry -

MrIH. C Wimberly and H. C. far superior to that in vessels now raptey daring Ute Uto a""prowloB. four and a bail pee east aee kad tamed for In. milalnn ..t appndd to In* Mil

.iVimborly, Jr., were business visitor in commission that there can be no ova Uiolr fina to emOltur wlUout I I..J| pru*o*. maklag a kvtaJ. *< abet S .of......"",, that pl.lnt It fil'l U th*In....1I.r..r the ahov affiant ntHlxl that

> Lawtey Monday. comparison. If the aerial attack is 08 par coat wfco ka4 lot Ibolr farm with or without l.... areceetflaaa .&a tK .I..anl.. C W If.ml-mon lomiany. a

WaM.: Wimberly of Jacksonville, made tomorow, which was not cer- jd41tlnaJ U pee -a wire realty Uamknu but weed biding ee lkroosb a..a. 'tnan orporaUon.the q,.la.. a of r.riorlila..ld nt ..r.that th Htal. r.e d othf..m;.

pent;Sunday here with relatives. tain tonight each of the planes will kraloaury of tk ir .ro (rirap* of ...to* the pentaco of *w_ said ii.f.. .nJ..nt U Kno.vill. In th.* Slat. .

M1ta''""Katie Belle Green, of Stark, cary five bombs weighing 1,000 to faro>.r. wk. 1 lees tf..,..... otar HttU war .. teU.... : Fit* BUM JT.. 'that III.thr. .....Ir.la nu of (wnon a aubpo.n In) the.

*"** ,"faltor l here Sunday. 2,000 pounds and each plane will let otttx. B..rt9 per oaat rroa Nortk OaBtroJ states, _**r .t 9* e* t upon, whom. would bind' ouch orfendant. that

Mr/and Mr!. R. Thed. and chil- go two bombs as it passes over theWuhlngton aa4 fur tile tbfo Mountain sut. Bwaarly :30 par' Nat Tk* par aI-*! ft aoawko i I th flant. .<. uf said ,|k'f.ndent la unknuw to a(>

.d(renJMrs.' Chas. Dinkin and Misses uta loot tkotr property ran uatorUIly kljkor.Koronl .
in battle formation.A I II la th.rwlpon ....100.1 that Ih* laid do-
Dolly; Dink ins and Louise Thede .vliid of tko D.'i).rtniom of JI C1.. tat :loat. Ut IB fV pew-war yomM, f.n.I.n6 C W. Il.n.l.r.nn. toropany a ourporailon. ll
'* friends hare Monday. 14-year-old boy in California S por reef ., all tbo bankruptcy cane were Uravara. Doriac ta* 4<<1*tl o I ... and It la hr.by ontond.to ape, .
.., to th.. tomeUln.nl. hill of .mpi.atlust
BlKf Eddins, of Gainesville was has confessed to starting more than 14 pt' art of *JI koakriiptcy' < a_ were tarmac la *.am* of OIMM Mat* I "' ..*""n.* at. tb* Court lloua* at Murk.

tranaaetlng business here Tuesday. 69 fires in the past three years with wk" .ks ...wajr yoaun UM fanii"r tankroptcy: eaM rproato4 abovt T per j jV '' Bradford County. Florida Dr rj..mhr on or IM4...""":.wed1 l_1 1la -

KjfV! Sullivan, Mr. McDougald losses of more than 11,000,000 to the .aaat of aO **i.h -sees, this p"re.otf* la 1KU k4 dace to Brly M per. oontTkoM day furthr the .Ant..rd..1 day that tee, onlrr. k. .i|1'-

eftllaonday for a business trip to property owners.! A little closer Investigation 1 looaa keys not b*... aTu* I* lDOW_
Wildwood. into all fire might stop pd.e..ut Ik* AcrVwiUural Foundation l a* practically ill of tboca worn lakr I w n-k*: In tho..bltah llnlfonl/. ..J at /8'-rk' !Is Bradford

such work. ...... BMOI wko k*4 kooo d.1aa taUf, wall ate tnor Mtoroo MM B rU4 ,-...."... Florida.
.
E..wi farm of ....,. ....11I_ Wit ". Bir band ink Ih* seal l lor laid! CI.
should ban running e Br.df.fJ C..W.Klor.0. ; .
where the Garden .,.11, ,::0..... at starter la
of
Wat5I %flj.a IIllhtinaa.atem.. Wall we e. .. the 0lu .r iHtk. '""
., Eden w*. in a continent which rank j .2 O..2c9. o W. ALDPRMAN.seal : .
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TFee. the Irish potato seed in eor- in the Pacific' 13,000 yean ago Do Natur grow special cover nope I CTOTCS, Mr. Farmer ? Cart Clrtult to*

roajwo.. ubllmate and get more for you remember where tbo garden was for tho animal in winter, why not do The culture of grape. ia growing r H. .LAYTON.T ,
IOUs tzoouble I I -- .:'I...;..J1.r ..,,_I_.. 1M114311.45
than a baekacho. the last tint it WM Mkrcto &II w.u It/ "euN.... .a1 s.d i* mapurUMfi WloA. TJvf1/11 .




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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY NOVEMBERBradfordjounty : 2" Il..

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LAKE BUTLEB RESIDENT
be affected In manufacturing and us
DIES IN JACKSON\'
TelegraphPublished : II" ,,
[ ing forest porducts, according to gov-

ernment officials, who see a possible
-- -- --- Bradford Judge Schelle Mumes. r

weekly and entered as salvage equalling one-fourth of our High ford died in Jacksonville, !

present notional consumption. night after a short j\Jn.\ ...... H
:second claws matter, at the pout Many will read thus far with ap- I
Jacksonville\
1 Cone to for ? '.
I ,
ice at Starke Florida. proval, but some will realize that U treatment.
themselves School Journal s r
i have transgressedIn
-= -- they Judge Maines had reached .,
I E. .. MATTHEWS_________________O. .fk the matter. To read and approveis and u y
I of 23 years was very '
i I'
J. C ROBINSON! ____._____M.n..n.. Edlur.PUBLISHED J nothing but to agree and act is with the younger set of his ,?,,'

y, worthwhile. ir"1 EUGENE MATTHEWS GERALD M1DDLXTON town. His death is universally: ;"

EVERY FRIDAY ( Editor Sport Editor ted by all.Surviving.
BAPTIST CHURCH BULLETINi
i GRACE WOOD FRANK CARPENTER j him are his )
meth
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AMliUot Editor Mrs. Fannie Maines; a sister,
u n' SUBSCRIPTION RATE'i t The pastor has returned from De- I I yp
Nettie Moore and two brother
1 ---- ,, j
Per Year u __ __ __ ___ ___ $1.50 Land, where he spent last Sunday SCHOOL NOTES the game to go into an extra five 17th at 10 o'clock. A. V. Long Judge, and O. M. Maines. The body' .
?
supplying for Dr. Thlot, who closed Friday Dr. Thiot, of Stetson Uni- minutes of play. Starke scored and J. C. Adkins State Attorney, W. S. sent to Lake Butler Monday aft
Six Month _ _ -- ----- 75c the revival services on Sunday night. T. Dowling
versity, gave an interesting talk to won the game. I Branning, Jr., Sheriff, S. noon and interment made m 9
I The meetings have proved to be all the students.! The team this year is going good. Clerk all being! present family lot.
that was earnestly looked for, the W. E. _
They have not lost a game to a Grand jury was as follows:
church being greatly revived and Dr. Dunham substituted for Miss strictly High school team this year, Loadholtz, Freeman Coffin Geo. W. ST. HABK'S CHURCH

rvr sinners saved. But the revival spirit Matthews on Friday and Monday.Mrs. they are getting better with every Coffin, L. S. Dekle, R. L. Mann, ZackB.

: remains, and will be a feature in all G. A. White substituted for game and soon will be in top form. Duggan, Ancel E. Cone, Miles L. The service for the First hund: ,

the services of the church. Games are being scheduled with all Crews, Willie A Wertz, John W'I in advent will be at 7:30: p. m.
Miss Matthews
The Bible school meets at 9:43: : a. Tuesday.No the surrounding schools, and any one Smith, C. O. Beilling, Sam Harrell, This is the first Sunday of "

1 m., and visitors are especially invited school was held Wednesday as wanting games with the B. H. S. A, Johnson, J. J. Brannen, F. B. Os- Christian year and we turn ,

tc share in the social study of the the day was Very cold and the boiler team may write to the manager in teen, H. S. Pinkston, C. M. Smith, W. thoughts from general subjc, > -

Word of God. We have classes for all has not yet been repaired. reference to scheduling the games. H. Nettles, Thos. H. Waters, F. P. special subject"relating; to tho

ii-cH.; Divine worship at 11:00: when Odom, bailiff. and teachings of our Lord.

the pastor will speak on "The Last 1 The students of B. II. S. were glv- LAKE BUTLER The civil docket was sounded and _

No. 4984Meioership ('all." ..\ll members are urged to be I len two days vacation, on Thanks- the folowing cases disposed of:

( in National Highway present, !since this will be the last giving and the day following. Lake Butler, Nov. 28.-Monday Equitable Credit Co., vs Lee Bran

Association) Sunday before the closing of the morning, Nov. 24 an accident hap nen. Jury found in favor of plaintiff.J. 94 Pound Ham 1

State Convention year. Mrs. T. J. Alderman was absent pened on the farm of Mr. C. A. Rob H. Sandlin vs M. Stone, J. S.

TWO GIANT ,\U811I1'8-1; j Senior, Intermediate and JuniorB. from school Monday morning on ac- erts just west of Lake Butler. A lit- Blitch and W. E. Brown. Replevin, ) I Iyr
i I Y. P. U. meet at 6:30: p. m. Evening count of sickness. tle negro boy about seven years of continued, waiting decision of supreme -

News from England tells us the worship at 7:30. There will bea The boys of the grammar schoolare age, who was playing around where court in Townsend case. .

British government U. having constructed short sermon on "Thanksgiving, I organizing a foot ball team, the they were grinding cane, climbed upon Dr. L. D. LeGear Medicine Co., \s

, k# the "largest airship the followed by an open meeting when '' captain to be Elmer McMillan. the mill and as the mule turned J. M. Mann. Jury found in favnof +,. .
all who wish to 'I'
to give
expression
world has ever known," to be twice Frank Carpenter is coaching. the sweep it caught the boy's head defendant. I
L the size of the ZR-3. A sister ship ia'' God for His goodness\ may do so. We between the sweep and mill frame Grand Jury found following true -r ,

1, also to be built. | expect to make this a good old fashioned I Tuesday the B. H. S. basket ball crushing the side of his face. Mr. bills: :)

rr to be 700 feet i testimony meeting, and everybody 'team played the Lawtey team at Roberts at once took him in hiauto-, State of Florida vs J. P. O'Dell' .
These new liners are 150 i U invited to share in it. Bring I Law ley, the score being thirteen to mobile to Dr. Seeber King in Lake embezzlement, four true bills. I ,,
,, ; long, with the capacity to carry the children and friends with No
The to the United you. twelve in favor of Starke. Butler, who dressed tide wound. It is State of Florida vs Rolly Johns ,

passengers.States Is expected trip to take only two who matter come how to cold worship the may weather be sure, any of Those attendig the Alachua County probable he will lose his left eye. rape, a true bill. r i'':
I Rev. W. T. McGuire filled his regu- State of Florida vs F. O. Rawls
days.It finding the church warm and com I Fair on "School day" were: De. ;
lar
appointment Sunday at the Chris- assault with intent to commit murder -
is a long cruise from the little, | fortable. Witt and Russell Scott, Erma Johns, tian church.
In the afternoon there a true bill.
cigar-shaped dirigibles that i Cladys Allgood, Natalie Marcionny, '
these I METHODISTLast were two additions by baptism. The The above and foregoing criminalcases } 'f
our fairs comb decades ago to j Elmer McMillan, Joseph Thomas,
regular prayer meeting this Thurs were continued for the term fJya
of' ,
super-Zeppelins. beginning i I Sunday closed the week of Newn Alvarez, Lawrence Wiggins, day night will be dispensed with as as appeared by the bench docket; all\
aerial construction is at hand. Larger I Leo Wiggins, Elise Jones, Harriet "
the members have been invited to at- motions and causes not otherwise
that has been observed all
the laid and prayer Ritch Ritch Florence and
and larger are plans Carlyle i
over the South by the Woman's Mis- tend the services to be held at the disposed of continued for the term.
faster and faster are the speed re- Elizabeth Andrews. '
quiremcnta. The age of the automo- sionary Society. Prayer has been i .- Baptist church that evening. The term.Death .\
-. not the age'' made especially for the home and 1 Only two days of school were held pastor of the Baptist church will de- of Judge Schell Maines
; bile will last as long as
; of the locomotive. The age of the air foreign work, and the offering given this week leaving five days vacation liver a Thanksgiving sermon. Every- The sad of the death of ,k'
l I was for this cause. On the 16th of Instead of the usual five days of body has a cordial' invitation to at- news 4',
will supplant'both. Schell Maines of Sanford,
I Judge ,
this month Mrs. Arthur Wood talked school and two days vacation.B. tend.
t He died at
reached here last night.
WASTING OUR FORESTS at the morning service on the sub Sunday afternoon Rev. W. T. Me-
,
ject of home missions, on the 23rd, II, S. DEFEATS WALDO Curie motored to Raiford to officiate the St. Lukes hospital in Jackson-

One of ouj;?riational weaknesses is | she spoke concerning foreign missions Waldo at the marriage of Mr O. B. Gordon, ville, where he had an operation per
waste. The typical American Is In- and Wednesday evening the Thursday afternoon the Jr. and Miss Stokes. formed. Despite the best medical
cored to be spending and extrav- I team came to Starke to play a return skill he passed away about 9:30: Sunday
easy Mrs.
ladies of the missionary society con. Benita Sims, of Valdosta, Ga.,
'' 1 with B. II. S. They went down
This characteristic is a game evening. The body will be
agant.. pen- ducted the prayer meeting. 1 who was spending a while here with a vTn+llsa
to defeat by the score of 30 to 8. The in the
interment
of here for
inflicted by the generosity brought
alty (or Next Sunday there will be Sunday her aunt, Mrs. Mary Wertz, receiveda .
nature which has everywhere heaped game was rather slow but both teams family lot at Dekle cemetery. Fu-
I
school at 10:00: a. m. E. K. Perryman, telegram to come home at once, as
into our possession an abundance superintendent.The played good, clean ball, not over 3 her brother was dead. Later it was neral services will be held at the First
of her i fouls being called on both teams. Baptist church here tomorrow, Nov.
prizes. pastor Rev. L. B. Simpson, understood that her brother Mr. Doc
In no activity is exhibited the hand i This, is the second defeat of the 25th, Rev. Dr. F. D. King, pastor of
will hold a short service at 11:00: a. Boyd, was killed in a ristol duel I
of the waster to a greater' degree m. and' administer the sacrament.The year for Waldo by Starke.i with the chief of police at Valdosta. the Baptist church of Sanford, offici I

a than in our depletion of vast tracts conference closes its. Mrs. W. E. ating.
r year next Sun- i I DEFEATS LAWTEY Jennings left here
of wonderful timber lands. In every- day, and all members are earnestly I ----- Saturday to visit relatives, and the Judge Maines is a native of Union s '
section the ruthless sawyer has left requested to be present at the Tuesday afternoon the B. H. S. relatives of Mr. Jennings in Columbia county but for quite a long while 4 ate

his trail, markedby an absolute disregard morning I 'service. i basket ball team went to Lawtey toI and Chapin, South Carolina. She has been making Sanford his home. C.t.TC ,

of the future need. Out of the I play a return game and defeated the I will be away about a week or ten lie was one of the most prominentmen

p abundance that we possessed there *> MrsjE L. Biggs/ spent Friday in fast Lawtey team by the close score days. of that city. Besides a host of The porker from which thin *

is left nothing for the day to come. Jacksonville with Mrs. W. W. Bar-'' of 13 to 12. The game was very fast, ,I ---- friends in Sanford and Lake Butler, pound ham came was raised .

j Reforestation is already a necessity tow, and while In the city was a both teams playing, good. The game j I Circuit Court Held in Lake Butler he leaves to mourn his loss, a devoted iGov. Trinkle qf Virginia. It wt-ic

I in many states. This will mean guest at tea given by Mrs. A. M. was close all the time with Lawtey Circuit court convened at Lake wife and lo'ingmother, two 1064.pounds. It is claimed! ?. '

r a continuous and permanent supply Dabargncs in honor of her sister, leading until the fourth quarter, I I Butler, Union county, Monday Nov. brothers and one sister. is the largest ham ever >' itui i
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of timber trees. Other savings can Mrs liar tow.R1CHARB when Starke tied the score, forcingMl I .

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LLeda.Wr 4 ,.-,4* Ytip onimunity Ideal
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Be A Leader

I I i. A Song For ThanksgivingSweet I

n.ncerntoto ., meic4fr This' "("CIlPII> ;" r
\Vhnt a mun does to help or harm hlniBelf iof little trill futilityHelpful 11m'," ,In, tide
tile world, but what he does. to help' or harm the many Is of much con form at rf'IJII1"r'werv"l.It.. We "II- \ land of Liberty, how fitting is this hour of thanksgiving -

cern. lent you clip thin. column and paste for nil the ble 'ripd' we enjoy. How inspiring ii the ,
Kdward: ) Everett Hale told im that a "fnthend". has gained. si
many it in /llIur reiipe book vision of ;your bounty under government based upon equalityand )
i a reputation' for ht-lmt "safe" simply. because he didn't have brains
temperate consideration of human-rights. There is
enough to play anything else but "xafe." To 1 Illustrate, he tells of some-
a mun he knew who acquired a local reputation for virtue among tbe Washing BlanketsVhen washing: thing deeper in the day than selfishly review those lietterfiiem.H -

thoughtless! leraiim. he wax awn.\d| telllmt how direful he wall t,. pro blankets! remember it is important same' Unit personally have blessed us through the year.' Rather
all the the
ruing waters
to keep
toot his own bod)' from alcoholic 1 and other harmx Among the namelieoplo Another thing the should our thanks po forth to Him for planting in American 11.0.4L.11urucwsrK
." oNtuhlUhed, n reputation for wtxd.iin UxttUKe. In the logtalatlvecuuml temperature.\ '
r rinsing waters should! be soapy if you heart those principles o* "p."ernment which ensure our tappiIIP.S -
erx where hi 11l'hlla font he conHned his publlo\ utterances to two
poocliex.. ono, "There. IIIIM I 6eem .... much ,,"I.llllId xo well sold that I cnn wish to keep the blanket light and and contentment. UPSIDE DOWN

add nothing". ; the other "1 <|Ulto a,:rcc with the gentleman on the other flu tly. \Ve will be poor indeed if we offer only formal lip service Perhaps this tule < oiild l be betterphrased

tide of the. boiixr.ery ." of appreciation yet fail firmly to resolve to protect to the last In the h-cht:: of what T am
\" broad llli>ral and convincing, thin chap Scorching-Here is a new one- ounce of our our sacred heritage of freedom Yes at about to say. if no were to use the
that new one on me, but ai regards power ,
is, a
lilt m'IlIIII.I"lII.. ... on the scale that weighs virtue and yon will phrase "Tnrnluit the World back to
that this time let each throat shout in
find the Imlox Hngor on the dial' has not left zero. The virtue thatweltflix its working ability I am Thanksgiving/ clarion tones : Its rl/htulllOfOltloll./ "
him force. 1 iNiNxloii, tire rexolutlon., dileriiilnatloii, (U). sure of. If an article has been "Prom every mountainside let freedom ring, and with that Sin has turned the world npsMa

Virtue I lif inciixiired by one' eiiiiorncxa to nave. not alone himself scorched and while lay ironing where wet the with. cold will glorious song of inspiration let each man !Bird his loins to resist down. It Is literally walking on ire

t I>U( others not to keep himself alone In the channel of the stream but shine water quickly on it. The mark sun will the insidious attacks that constantly wage war to undermine the head. It l J. dead at the heart, IN

to bring the drift.."od of the cdtfoa I Into the current 'us well. soon vanish i principles of our constitution.Our soul I I.* doolll ll, Its society Is cur_'.
The makers of proiirpoa: are they who try to help other proereoi. Ito fellowship l Is selfish ; rally It '!fa
A IIIt'lU.wre'mln.1 I run say. "Mo: .> too. A weak mind can say, "I thanks for bounteous crops: will be as tinkling cymbals upside dowu. We have become
p.intPaint. how old acl"tl'tOllll'd
don't. It takes n great man to h dd. \ n great Idea Dud to lift It up ma)' be removed no from matter cloth it this:. if each of us i is l not a constant watchman at the tower readyto to Its present posltloi,

that. nil\ intv See It. secret is followed. Apply olive oil sound the alarm when sinister interests seek to undermine- Therefore, when we nay "turnlni.
Progress I III not unVcte] by the derelict but by the driver In where anti'then tiller of the soil. Our the world upside down"
the for -
first (enough to sot Icn paint) praise our prosperity will he but a* we ar"tSlk'ln "
heart. Is found the not for man's but for allIIlplI'
paxxlou
one prewenatlon
!
drop on some chloro urm. babble if do resist the !; about the effect that <"hrltianlry -
not insidious
we and flank
., not for advantage", but. for justice ; who U not concerned) about grasping Is going to have upon pr "-
what the world may think of him but about what he thinks of the world, Date*-Paper which has dried on assaults on equal opportunity. eat conditions. If Christians wer
who In. eager to do for others! rather than hare others do for him. dates may easily )be removed if the Americans will give their greatest thanks in action. Let us Urine as true, earnest stewardonght -

Copyright 1111. by Rlahard tJo/d Jones package of dates are put in an oven express' our Blanks in intelligent interest in the management of to Uve they would be counted

which is of medium hot temptra our country. The government i is not a tiling apart. It is not a fanatical and dangerous. Just .is

ture. private enterprise. It dos not belong to officials! elected or Tanl If ministers and .!atlas' were so oonslderec''

appointed. It is the expression of the will. As founded were preaching the
Phonograph Recorde-A friend people's pure old time religions !gospel, the
had phonograph records which it i is the only surecwoful of in would
some system government the world. bring/ on nntagonliuns! pri
0 had become very soiled. She wu Let us give thanks a thousandfold for its existence, but let this duce social earthquake, and arou..'
0 JbI about to give th .n up as hopeless thanks be buttressed by a determination to protect it-Sweet the violence of the mob The Jew
when I suggested trying some alcohol MM of Paul and Sllan "These men
Land of
Liberty.
I with a soft cloth. She rubbed each hare tamed tbe world upside\
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one gently and they are now as goodas 4 M. down." .

new. According' to tlgmvi recently made public every man. woman and The time has! come to preach tb
a rtilld !In the T'nlted Slate.. over ten years ot gospel
age gainfully employed. M forcofullr .
and fearless''
j i hniikiiglvln' Pay l h here at hand, with Brat E.J-The bran on beds chips In $I'4 00 a year to defray the expanse of rnnrilng the uownm'ent.Tour that that %cene will be
Unit nil understand I take It. re-enneteu!
Joys may ; may be cleaned if it is rubbed with
that our folks will share. the friendly '",iff < I a mixture of salt and vinegar or sal\ It we can attack the pagan systetr
( city man .... looks of
n r for tear wealth
tt np he win be mistaken for and bring the
fet'lln1 everywhere ; that each anal every ; and lemon juice.! When it has become a monei
heart IIn' mind holds fence-ltotsbwill for 4l hall \ V U bright wa h with soap and water, then a counrr}nutn.. The countryman always looks np He I li proud of being chanters. under. the lash of t..Uf'C"hrl..thlnft
mankind. I can't help thlnkln' Q dry. If vaseline. is then rubbed on. COUDU"Y.brnpl ,, yon will fee the greateat (

that', the way to celcbmte Thauksglvln it will prevent their tarnishing. forquite upheaval the world bas eve't'
I'a\'. yo seme Urn*. I ( .. told New Y rk'. Sattonal arts'" Clot that it cost witnessed The god I of money' tin
'h I'll ,.ny-"'o fur in I'm concerned from i> e .e e 1 him *10 to PI Into America. Also be paid Americans have little boor love of money, the paean; Indcvri!
what I feel and what I've' learned Oil Cloth-If the oil cloth on the 1 I.ww" sense of Justice and dignity, and abJut.ly no sense of htimor able pagan financial arttir sit b(
the soul thnt H grateful In Its \\11) nbouldretulei ,h kitchen table is pasted on instead of Then .peaking of tb* admission rN a..ln. bt said be bad bad his dAY Is. the curse of America an.
thanks most every day Our bllu'a _- being tacked It will not crack wrinkle monf'Y' worth.I the chump of civilization.

come no thick and fust-e..ch. new s and wear longer. Flour U goodto This country In dancing arpun
F tiue richer than the laat- It seem f use for the .pa nee ? we wonder whence Henry Fort o10*! his greet' ImarinaHon the golden calf, and the pngan: ma''
) wtain't got time to prn, for I.lfe' one 1 4The and) bill delicate wit let remember that bios parents were born in Ipnlator of the money system
Ii long ThnnkaxtTln' iMy 1i Cleaaln SJrer-Try the follow- Cork, Ireland this country are as dead a. an

Spirit I born at I'lymouio Rock ing net time you clean your silver, pagan corpse the world haS erseen
I brink'" nor from fear or tenix; >Kt.shock ; t and I believe you will always continueto Charles. M. Itcbwab drelaree ninety percent or his ml.rorwnea have Thoy do not admit the On
We consecrate our good) right hand 1 to use it Boil the silver in an aluminum come from his ttndae.n to othf'1' It..I. pleasing to lIote that ml111oa- trine of Christian stewardship} tn
Il.,,&. and home, nnd Native: Laud! From \ \ pan into which has been shaved acres have at least soraeAlo In common with nswupsper! pubUsher deny the authority of Goo to d
' heart within to U.-xl o'erhead. we're almost a quarter of a bar of ivorj maud an accounting they refs
I thankful for our dully bread t Behold soap and add a tablespoon of, table Following the' recent erhlbltlons on tN taTt Involving Zev to bring their Income into the hon
( the stuffed an' bunted. turk Roll up saIL Boil for ten minutes rinse with and My Owa we reach the Mnolnltoo that the only real Papyrus: of God. where It belongs 'Jb !go
hot water, and then dry. This is said after all. I. the horse race pal and
ver sleeve*-an' go to work old\ In .ti taco in which Nell man rides the only the gospel/tcau tin
to be harmless, save labor, and make nag and the last borne 'n 'Ills. other fellow' the worfd rltrht-nlde. np and pot \I
the silver look like Dew where It ought to be.
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