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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 5, 1924
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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In ','th STARK FLORIDA, KUIDAV DECE.M11KK: 5, 1921. -- -- .
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DAIRY FARM I Thanksgiving


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Union Thanksgiving/ service was i !Mayflower weighed .
'I I I I held Thursday morning at the BapI not one went back to .: NEW STATION

" 1 Jest Virginians' Buy Former Pearce I i tilt church, Rev. H. A. Tucker, of theI Whatever their t'c I ,
Property for Dairy I Presbyterian! church, delivering the t --- ,
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n Farm. / on !era s se |I Organisation I rttrx Seaboard ..Ruii- i iI I
, splendid Thanksgiving sermon. Thchurch t came their first e
t''h ; wall decorated with baskets of little I way to IlcKin :Necessary' linI -
' had I
" jNislcy and brothers, of West Virjjiiia. company I -
golden chrysanthemums\ and pink: ,, houses, church and pn enu'nU at Early Hate.
have recently purchased Radiance roses, and the sight of the
spaded their I
jfrough Mr. G. M. Inman, of Starke, beautiful flowers gave the congregation ed their first ground harvest, Y Among the business! transacted lit
Inn'tentative of Strout's Agency, thf regular stetting of
thu
another blessing for which to return that nation I Bradford
"1 JL large 210 acre farm which beKnKcd thanks. table came | Uountj I Chamber of Commerce Frlilnv -
to
give thanks. ,
to P. J. Pearce. Rev. A. E. Dunham, of the Episcopal meat what I ,I night was the passing/ uf reso-
\|This farm will be converted into airy church, rend the 103 Psalm and I tion that except Esau found was j I, i ul inns hy thu body, endorsing the

I 51 The large roomy fluids will made the opening invocation and the to seek it action i/f the state railroad comniisI ..- E
_1'as excellent pastures for the I choir, accompanied by Mrs. Do Witt savoury meat. 1I I in ordering additions and imt'loxcmi'iits s

ittle, The wood lands will furnish C. Jones and directed by Mrs. A. E. plenty of turkey in the to ho made to the Sealu.aid ; ,

|e necessary shade and the loco Wall, sang several hymns of thanks ':the unerring aim of station In Starko, assuring thu I

in i IS tine for dairying. giving and praise. furnished the whole | uiihMi} company of their "hoorty; as-. .

jMr, Nisley is not only making C Dr. Tucker's text was taken from savoury bird, and this is "i-iDiiuf anti co-operation. in every

'partitions to supply our home Exodus 13th chapter and 3rd verse:) turkey eating on I wnv;" and urging the company to bei ,-

'n but the products will be ex- ar NNOCACTL "Remember this day," and we give in because it was u rare I i um llio needed Improvements aol
ited. A dairy is something, that is part his splendid discourse: cause it was all they | curly us pnsHililo.

'tied here and we hope success will Our country was not founded by not forget their poor I I vt0o+ctc | '1'he chamber of commerce feels

j the outcome of this great move- rude barbarians. as Home wasp: but Mussasoit and ninety of I I that the Seaboard Is not giving this
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ent. Y li rather this nation was founded by the were invited to dine Senator Francis B. Warren of passenger anil freight facilities in

Every employee of the Cleveland survival of the fittest. The Lord had I was the first I Wyoming 82 years old, is now the Simko that thin section deserves, and,
Hampton, Dec. 5-Mrs. H. B. f) Trust Company has been armed skimmed the earth to get the cream We need to be oldest. lawmaker In the upper I that further delay in the mutter of
eest had as her guest last Satury and taught to shoot, in the effort to of humanity to come to our shores material blessings we branch of Congress. He has been making the improvements' will work
her niece Miss Daisy Moore, of !'Iscourage any thought bandits hot and cold climate mentioned as the next Senate further
: Never before did a nation start with a a leader I a hardship on a public that
have to >"1d that since the death of Senator
eressa. uistitu-
may
up !!much brain power, so much of cut dry atmosphere. Lodge. has wailed patiently for years fur .
N R. Dowling of Pompano is the ion.
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ture, so much of conscience and BO need for "Sunny Italy" ""I'h work to bo started The fullti'xt '
! ; est of his son, E. J. Dowling, this much of love for and faith in God and New I of the resolution
I ek. X as Mexico, form .._. .. follows: [.
II did ours. Providence had hid for disease while Whereas
away any Bradford county, and the
J. V. Jones and family and E. J.Jng .
): attended the fifth Sunday DAVIS BUYS this continent for six thousand years tive may breath the REALIZES $140 State of Florida, has recently expanded ) -
and then sent Columbus to discover California and Florida.
I 'jSeeting near a million dollar on road
Santa
of the Fe Baptist Asiftciation
""It it just when It was needed as an altar merry sleigh bells are improvement* in Bradford county, ;'
Windsor last Sunday. on which to build a 'pure worshipof north the bees I .Honda and
VALUABLE are NET FROM SIX ; ,
R. L. Brit and family visited
the infinite Father. The Piljfrimsstepping from the orange ,, Whereas, The aaiii
I tends in Alachua county this week. county all a
r T. G. Futch, of Leesburg, visited on shore took possession n The sue of our i 'I. whole has Known marked Improvement

s parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S.JPutch PROPERTYJ. "In the name of God, Amen. They to make the heart of PECAN TREESJ. during the lust year, and many '
acknowledged no king but the King civic
improvement
this week. We stretch out with one of a substantial!
Mr.,and Mrs. II. E. Adams Eternal, invisible. The first year soon !Pacific and one in the and l permanent nature havo been '
t itors to the state metropolis were this W. Andrews Disposes of Strip passed and half of the Pilgrims had 1 while we are warming F. Colley Gathers 11)0) ) Pound. made by Its citizenship! ) ; and, ,

..k. Facing Madison and Walnut gone from Plymouth to heaven. Six tepid Gulf Stream, Nuts From; 10-\'elir-0Id 1 ree* Whereas, There In a marked tend ';('

Rev Hicks conducted the Thanks- Streets. of their number died in December, snow in our locks at the my of optimum, existing through- s j
service here last eight in January, seventeen in Feb, Europe was placed on An instance whore "money growson out our citUcniihip, which has not
Sving Thursday
uary and thirteen in March. When trees" is seen in the sale by J. F.Colley lu'ietofore existed; and,
I q ening. The attendance was good The most important realty deal of the first arbutus peeped from beneath then pare off enough of .100( pound. of nuts at H'JC: %Whereas The facilities
the week was the purchase A. edges to make nation present for
nd much interest was manifested. by L. a
the snow in spring time scarce per pound, a total of $11t received, handling freight to and from Ktarko j
lljany Davis, Jr., of several lots Germany. We have
testified to facing
as why they were
half who from
landed on Plymouth Hock the crop gathered from six 10- JM inconvenient, inaccessible 1
and
Madison and Walnut rebuild tho :V'
nkful.I streets from J. frame ,
in the fall were alive. But amid all year old pecan trees on his place in not In keeping with the business. and I
W. Andrews Sr. These lots world and .
Miss Eva Williams, who is teach- comprisea our coal
! of their troubles there the western of local civic
was not town. A advancement
u cart of uld l section
Waldo the strip 80\ by 300 feet and locatedon miles to the (; :
in !spent weekend are word of square dealer
If the
despair. they remembered purchased lot, and the only and,
|With her Mr. and Mm. A. streets traversed by the state land and Ireland with ,
parents, M.
their luxuries better homes incurred in the Whereas.
, pad expense was /gath : The depot .
Ilinms. highway. While Mr. Davis has ret Holland[ thrown in for pasnonKor uccomodationH -
across the sea, they remembered also! ering. The tree, of the Curtis and IIrlil'I..11I. have been for
Mr. and Mrs. Moultry Roberts and yet made any definite plane concern and, iron
s the persecutions 'that accompaniedthem. I our mines Teach variety ure in their tenth year several
yeurH inaduuato inconvunl-
Ron Morris ing this property, it Is understoodthat I I | ,
spent last Saturday and They thanked God that they In manufacturing we !! have received hut little attention ent, unsanitary and 'iinprotectHd and
|5nda: >' with Mr. Roberts' sister, he will immediately undertake I selves and astonish thu
were free, though it was only a free they were planted. I not in keeping with the demands,
rs, II. B. Peeplea.Mr. its improvement. I I dom to dio in peace. They were brave, can make any thing Soil and climatic 1 1 conditions m-ccHHitli'M. and conveniences required!
and Mrs. Marcus May, of Ohio, 'hardy men who had spring for a watch to a thin section tin1
APPOINTED IEIC.\I( a destiny to make paeans one by pubic and which they have
1 CENSUS E U.
& rived here this week. They expect work out for those who greyhound that earn*4 thu best
TOIL were to come paying proposition any a right to demand to safeguard their
W spend the winter months here I after them, and, no hardships turned 1 with n ",'Iull|| acreage of land eon health; and,

I:Hts.with T.Mrs.M.! May's parents, Mr. and 11. II. Young has been appointe! them back from their duty. When the (Continued on I'uiru ) I Given; the proper care and .t-. WhereiiH, The Hunorahlu ;( Railroad
llagan. [r the! trees will begin bearing 'oimniH.'iloii, of Florida ordered
recently
|Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McKeever of special agent of the Bureau of the j -- -
a few years after being set, the
Census for the of Scnliourd Air Lino Railway
G aham, visited Mr. and Mrs. L. J. purpose collecting I..
the information required for tho thenyifter art! steady income- Conipany to I provide adequate, con-

Wnn Irs.last S. M.Sunday.Simmons, of Maxwell, sus of agriculture, 192;>. cen- j Chamber of Commerce .. ..' ._..___ 0- _________ __ \nient und necessary depot andwarehouse i I i
He is j'I facilities al Starke Flor-
,
empowered to collect the information
.Spent -
Thanksgiving with her pants I ,,\. ELECTION: : : RETURNS: GIVE: id.i, for thu receiving and handling
:t Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Hunt. required by the census DEMOCRATS: ; : I
laws and the schedules of interrogation UOUIII.tCrn':1 III the fr'llCht lit sold IJoint and him. '
E. Allgood killed two cata- Hampton Tonight Friday ordered. the
Niiid
railway to
1' ants on his farm this week and with.prepared in conformity there- j Complete returns from the recent erect ami maintain adequate company, acceHHiblu i
lung another that he succeeded in i
gives the Democratic elec and Han lury imxMongcr faclll-I
;,'pturing} alive on exhibition in aRge. The purpose of this census \is to -- -- -- from 1),7fJO! < to f 112,114VUh'M/ : each lien. for the use of thu public having I,

<< The three were all about the try and get the necessary Informa- U. II. S. HONOR ROLL JONES: HAS_RADIO/ :' : Republicans: received from 2I *,- business! with tho said railway company }

-r..me size, measuring three and one- tion that will make possible for the I DeWitt C'. Jones' has !/') t.onll.: : : The Prohibition elec at mild 1 point, Much improvements
United Third Month
half feet from tip to top. States Department of Agri- .. '
Atwntcr-Kent radio sets received from 1,107 to IvlM\ / and tf) be begun in the immediate
Prof.' Lawhorne has been visiting culture to help the farmer by instructive First grade C. Class: Vera Claire plies to his line of Progressive from 7,133: to 8.Wi.: future; and, '
tolTelutlves at Young Harris Ga. suggestions as to the best Robinson, Grace Andreu Charle
aril during tho next electors for the American party Whereas, The patron of mild railway -
:'th .:week. means of getting satisfactory returns Strandberg, Albert Yarborough, Mltsi give demonstration of ,' fewer votes than did any in and near Htarke have been 4
Mrs. H. F. Chesser from the farm lands. all Eunice Perkins !
who has been over i teacher. patient arid endured
.Spending! several weeks with relative the United States.It First grade 1). Class: II. M. Johns, nights each week. The __ __ u_,_____ facilities. for said inadequate
stalled first of this week ) many yearn pant because
| in Jacksonville, returned to her i is therefore to the farmers in- i,! Agnes Johns; B. Class: Marion Williams ) preliminary ,\ ( ()\\o' POULTRY of unsettled and unsatisfactory

once here last Friday. terests that the information asked :.' Louise Brown; A. Class: )luroI I sing Several tryout distant DISEASE; : IS ISSUED conditions uf the money market and

ne. State Road Department are for by the special agent be freely 'thy White, Alma Thornton, RubyI brought-in of huHlneHs! ; and,

,, tub.klnq on the roads here this week. given. j I' Leach, Leslie Biggs, Miss Olive Ray, -- -successfully.- ----- --- Nashville- Warning that a poul U'hercnM, Thu necessity! for .said
|LC1':II. Hall and family have as I teacher \PTIST UUItCIl : disease is xpreadinK ..vur' the Improved and adequate, facilities IHno

Uftb this week R. L. Brown and BRYAN RESIGNS FROM CITY i:i Second grade: Charlie Brantley, .. and causing heavy losses to apparent, urgent and necessary,

'Roa eelt Hall ofTampa.ailfs. COUNCIL: ;: 'Henderson Boree, Joe Edward. Perhaps. never in the .' was issued at the Southern and business conditions havo so

'; M. L Maynard, of Alachua, I Merrill Edwards, Louise Snyder, Starke church did the and Egg: Shippers' Associa greatly improved, that further delay
fw,the guest of her daughter, Mrs. W. Capt. S. A. Bryan, roadmaster for i Georgia Haynes, Mildred Hundley, rise so nobly to meet a> meeting here in annual session. Is and will work a hardship. on the
'$$Alexander this week. the Seaboard Air Line, Who was elec Martha Powell, Cora Belle Strickland they did last! Sunday President A. M. Cochran, of Nunh- public; Then-fore. ,

.2trs. C. E. Harper was a business ted the a member of the city council in Miss Ethel Griffin, teacher. !I evening, when they laid told ttff association that some He It Id-solved, that we, the Bradford
September election has -
rhltor to Jacksonville this week. handed j| Third grade: Katie Williams, Marguerite :i dollars in cash upon the step must be taken to dlsin-
his County Chamber of Commerce;
P A*- N.! Wilson, of Keystone resignation to the chairman of Prevatt Sinclair Peek sponse to the pastor's all cam to prevent spread' of the Q
Jr. in
,
regular session
Starke
Florida
the council in ,
resignation
Heights, spent the week-end with taking effect Eldredge Robinson, Martha, Itrown- missions. Caleb's spirit The exact nature of the die do most heartily of and
his aunt, 1Irs.V. B. Alexander. Tuesday. 'surely them he raid, has not been determin approve endorMii -
Captain I lee, S. R. Johns, Jr., Lois Adkins, possessed for the recent action of the said
.)trs.: W. L.'Bugg was a business Bryan's resignation was Lois Long, Miss Alice Tharin, teach- got the vision that they (' l Honorable Railroad ommissiun atFlorida
brought about his
,(shot to Starke this by removal to i
week. great thing/ for their ,
!'|Dr.' O. W. Baldwin, the roadmaster's office being er.I /( great l-Tmil OWNS:' SIMP\ \ LlNFLaden ': in ordering said railway com
who-thas been Clayton, of Fabiun, Ala., transferred there by the Seaboard I I Fourth grade: Mary Brownlee, was no dilllculty/ that with more than 5,000,000/ pany to make Maid Improvement) ,
looking after his real 1 them of a glorious
Pauline Conway, Bertha Dyal, Lucile and we commend them for the
I feet of high grade lumber the same;
,estate here 8Y his for home.several days has returned work Tonnirlntr on account his of Hllnprvinlon the amount from of I I I _Edward_u____,,_. _O._._._.. _HnnA__,.._ "na"n_,,"..a, L'..q.0 i i' praise of God. There may single shipment ever tarried, I an.J.
Prevatt, Julian Peek, Jr., Donie people' living in Florida, lie It Further Removed That
-- -- '-- that point north on the new line--i in; i the Great Lakes, the motorsnlp we
BOILER; REPAIRS COMPLETEDAT course of construction. Mr. Bryan I Rivers, Richard,! Williamson, Jeanette I: 'are none better. ) Ford II of the Ford Motor urge the said Scnhorad Air Line A

SCHOOL BUILDING has served many years on the council Underhill, Miss Nellie Stearns, teacher. !I The regular services of fleet, on her last trip of the Railway Company to comply with

and has given faithful service to the ; I I will be held on Sunday. .... docked at the River Rouge the said order of the railroad commission -
Work was completed late Tuesdarfon city's best interests. I Fifth grade: Beverly Cady, Eloise at U:45: ; a. m., followed by Thursday afternoon, November, a* speedily all possible, and

: repairing the boiler used for Ritch, Evelyn Stump, Merrill Williams Ing worship, when the where she will tie up for the win that we pledge the Haul railway company '

heating the high school building. De- : IHS. JANE SAP I> Annie Varnes, William Fenske I j''speak on "The Discipline While tied, up she will furnHh our hearty axiuxtance and eorperntion -
lay Ja securing the necessary parts I Wilbur Griflls, Joe Brown, Lester I I ert." space for the lumber which in every way it in possiblefor 1

,:forced the authorities to suspend The many friends in this city and Price Robinson Ben Sternberg, Miss, The young people's be unloaded as required. UK to aid them in making said

cjbool last week, weather conditions Starke, Florida, will regret to learnof Isabel Bullen, teacher. at 6:30 p. m. The The cargo, taken on at the Ford improvement; and,

balm such that heat had to be fur- the death of Mrs. Jane Sapp, aged/ Sixth grade: Hazel Adkins, Alice will be evangelistic/ in (' at L'Anne In Upper Michigan, (if It Further Resolves!, That a

juahed if the school remained in ses 86 years, widow of the late W. W. Fernandez, Delia Williamson, Stella the public is Invited to a product of the Ford sawmills copy of these resolutions he furnished -

sion. Immediately the repair parts Sapp, which occnred at the residenceof Whitley, Merrill Futch James R. the benefits of public .' In addition to the lumber car hv our ni-c-rctary to the Honorable

,arrived, their installation was begun her granddaughter: Mrs. S. J. Wainwright/ Milton Brownlee, Jr., sermon will be on ".' in her hold the big freighter car- Railroad Commission of FlorlayJ" ; ,
under'the supervision of Roy Edward Green, 1504 Evergreen avenue, Wednesday Miss Mable Edwards, teacher Sin." Bring the family a deck load 10 feet high. to the offr-ialN of the Seaboard AirLine

*. The heat was turned on Wed- afternoon. She is survived by i Seventh grade: Clara Louise Peek, with you. Service begins The Benson Ford, sister ship to the Railway: Company, to the Dard- I '

DexUy morning, and no further two sons, John P. Sapp, of Sapp, and Elizabeth Fenske, Pearl Johnson, service at 7:30. Ford II, is scheduled to com ford county Telegraph, and that a

'trouble with the heating system la! Henry Sapp, of Lawtey, one brother Gertie Johnson, Louise Hayes, Es- her final trip for the season late copy be spread on the minute of thin

.anticipated. Joe Boatright, of Sylvester, Ga., telle Kendrick, Mrs. Meta Hodges, MRS. LENA month. She, too, will bring lum- I meeting./ '
twenty-one grandchildren I __
and --
eighty teacher. Mrs. to the Rouge where like the
Lena Blick died at / ,
'SMALL FIRE three Roil ItFACI.VJ? TOHAMPTO.VCrew
great-grandchildren
TUESDAY great-great-grandchildren. and twelve Eighth grade: Junior MacDonald, in Starke Tuesday : : Ford II, she will furnish stor- working on placing the asphalt -

tSjurke from the chimney caused a was taken this morning to The body William Duncan Merton Clark, Wil- after a lingering iIIne,,. space for her cargo during the and slag on tate highway No. r

amaQ roof blaze on the residence of accompanied by Mr. and Mrs.Starke S. J. I lie Mae Hmson. Mr. Bessie McGrud- was the wife of F.:. A. .. months. 1.1, had reached Hampton Monday,

Mr*.'. Perry Dover, W. Madison Green, where the funeral services I er, teacher. ployee of the state road !, Winter spraying with lime-sulphur having completed the stretch of road

atrMt:, Tuesday noon. The blaze was I will take place and she will be laid to I I Mae High school. Tenth grade: Gussie stationed/ here. Funeral do a lot to bring the peach from the Alachua county line to

i iI itbiffuished: before the arrival of rest in the family cemetery. Burns Bennett, Elise Jones Eugene held Wednesday to its own in Florida. Hampton. Under favorable condition -
-tba 4re company by neighbors with and Clymor were in Matthews, Clery Norman, Sammy funeral parlors of DeWitt this work I If done at a rapid
baskets of water the damage being I arrangements here. charge Jacksonville of the Stemberg, Miss Carolyn Fripp, Mrs. Dr. J. J. Bullen, of Take care of the fe* Inches of rat, and will only require a few day

I I confined to the roof of the building: Journal, NOT. 28th. T. J. Alderman, Miss Florence Mat church, officiating. on top of the earth and the fruits to complete the surfacing Into

1: If thews, S. S. Dowling, teacher Crosby cemetery.2tr. the earth will be unbounded. Starke. '









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t );1. PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TKLKGRAPH. STARKB. FLORIDA FRIDAY DECEMBER: 5, 1921.r .
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FARM: DEBT PLACEDAT tal was 'baaed on government statis 1 Beyond this all are persona) loans

Killer in Furnace $11,000,000,000 tics.While and other debts bringing it up to
Mystery
r Hunt
; in 1910 the total mortgagedebt $14,000,000,000, he said

Atlantic City, N. J.-The total on farms of the United Stateswas
debt standing against the farms of $1,726,000,000, it has increasedover One college wit lays it is. great
$4,000,000,000, he said. This life if she weakens just a little bit.
Horror Expressed at Son's Story America at present is estimated at he that while the
r. fourteen billion\ dollars, the National means, explained, ; Piles Cured In 6 to 14 DaysDn
Grange was told by State Master average mortgage on individual gtsU rrfaod money If PAW OINTMENT.
Jesse Newsom, of Indiana, chairmanof farms in 1910 was $1,715 it now is to cure Blind. Bleeding or Protruding
: PUc rcllavM Itching File, and
kv InMiitlv fan
the agriculture committee. His to- $3,3.;6, an increase of 132 per cent. I ca tot restful deep: after era ppllcaUoo. lie.
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'' Ohio Pastor Believes Wife Victim of Religious Mania; Police Think Woman I

, Was Murdered and Shoved In Furnace.

t Body Partially Cremated 7 PILE UP rtlosla! t i, pD i s r t0arsi$ '
1' T:( 1 J( C, BOXES Cu'WMi.
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1" ', I OVF.R AN' TEND gEA

'q r;;: 'i Dead Before nave Her Body Claim.Entered Fur Principals in Ohio Furnace Mystery IN OUR 'TO Jbtves MRS, e 1 00 ,

9 \ < I
r i Columbus, Ohio, Dec. 2.-Furthei TOWN trtctrsy 7- c
evidence to support County Prosecutor -
John R. King's theory that _

I Mrs. Addle SheaUley, wife of the _
, Rev. C. V. Sheatsley, Bexley pastor,
, :- i\ was dead before her body entered the ImpOMibleEdward-

basement of the parsonage .
furnace in the I I 0 p
was furnished the prosecutor II II
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I oo
late today when experts reported I tc kL = o w ,

I i that an analysis of the blood of two 117 U c.-oovwo.x
guinea pigs cremated alive in the ..
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quantities >
, name furnace revealed large I = h ..vi'aw
I ; of carbonmonoxide.The : I
t :''' test was made at the order ofr' I McCullough

I I Mr. King to determine whether a \living .r.. _
: i thing; cast Into the furnace would) AUTOCA3TEROMV
inhale a sufficient amount of the .

jl U'. poisonous gas to be evident in thelJ. v 1H CCOQ Z
blood before death. An analysis of r WAS 'a' 6LAD 1r' CLGA6E (
lJ., blood from the lungs of Mrs. Sheatx- I II WH ALU LJKSD ITWhy N@0 hrY ZtTN/VFOLIt FROM TN'IMM@H56iLY
ley showed no signs of carbon monoxide I t y' II 'r WMJYT It3 IT SAME H06 l
r' chemists previously had re- you w15,1 ,
,; ported.! I MOW 1
The expert, Dr. II. M. Brundagi-

pathologist, and C. F. Long, chemist, I I
reported to the prosecutor today that I r
I their analysis snowed the blood of
the guinea pigs to be "literally sat-
urated" with carbon monoxide.The .1.1i1i


body of Mrs. C. V. Sheatsley, I
50 years, wife of the pastor of Christ
Lutheran church, Bexloy: a suburb of
Columbus Ohio, and mother of four i L
children, was found partially cremated f
in the furnace of their home on i .> ,,

the afternoon of November 17. Many i r"EowAPO
theories have been given for the rt
mystery, which hRs baffled the police i _lAJToc": tTCQ "" ",,,,_ yshown &o McG+ n

Prosecutor King found blood on above are Rev t" V Sheat-U I Lutheran Minister of Co.. i. -- --- -----
one of the pipes leading from the bu-, :.. who found the partly cremated body of his wife burning ui' _.._. .. "" '
furnace and on the door. lie is having the furnace ut their home, the wife who burned and one of the sons I I "; ,.. : GI\\"'': .... -" : ': .:.::II..: : t7:1.11I'.0.: : :: .-'J'd-,. ,': ':. '-,. _T:'_, :: 1

it examined. Dr. II. M. lirundage, what: discovered the bafy i but went away t.. play without telling
anyone. The theory advanced by the minister that Mrs Sheatsley wada
a pathological expert, has been con- religious fanatic and threw herself. into the loaring furnace is .11$. I
ducting tests on guinea pigs, which believed b)' authorities She wa M small woman but could she have
were expected to show that Mrs. cruwled, through the 14-tiKh till nne.. Uoor
Sheatsley was put in the furnace after I I

she was dead. This bursts the Three WeeksI
theory of her husband, who is now Only
the only one in the fashionable suburb I Ills father was the first one he told Garden of Eden," and that she had

to hold to sucide. An arrest is expected what he had seen. told him that it was the best mormon

.. soon. Prosecutor King says I Milton twenty yeah, the oldestson he had ever done. "She also said that
1
?? that he has "struck a hot lead," but said that he came home and she would like to be in the place I
wil not divulge whist it is. smelled something burning, but it preached about," he testified.

\ The Rev. SheaUley, husband of was not until his sisters came home lIe based his change of mind on Until Christmas
f the dead woman, established an alibi and urged it, did he investigate; lie this statement of hers and claims it
'J which has been checked: up by the said that when he opened the fur- was possible for her to have gone into -
1 i t: prosecutor and found to be apparently nace door a rush of flames and acrid the furnace feet first and to have
holeproof. I smoke made him alam it. "I thought then turned herself enough to have
; j there was a rabbit pelt mixed in closed the door before she died.
lie claims to have left his wife
| with the garbage that had been
Police scoff at the theory because
alive at their home at 1:30 the
& : on
I thrown into the furnace," he said in .
{' they believe it impossible for Mrs.
I
fatal day, and returned home at 4:45.
'(answer to questions.The unassl"t.1t'd
Ills actions during the intervening Sheataley to have crawled,
time have been checked and found to two sisters, Elizabeth 14, and feet first into the fourteen inch ,
be true. lie went to a bank; boughta I Alice, 10, told Prosecutor King that furnace door which is thirty inches'
hat; visited a hospital to pray witha their mother had come into their from the floor.
young girl student from Capital room early on the morning of the fa- They also believe that Mrs. '

College, who was confined there; and tal day and that she was crying. According Sheatsley was dead before her body I not settle Christmas
made several calls. to the police they claim that went into the furnace. your pres-
she asked, "My children, will
Clarence, the youngest son, Id mother be poor Another clew which the police for the whole
your forgiven for her ent problems family by
worked and which contend
years, tells one of the most wierd sins ?" The father' said that he had on' they I ;
stories ever conceived by human. lie bears out their theory of murder is
claim to have been attracted to the did heard not part hear of the the reference conversation to "sins., but" that which has developed from the i I giving them a new FORD automo- J..

furnace by an unusual odor lie saw The Rev. Sheatsley first told the. testimony of Mrs. G. R. Allen a 1
his mother's body there on the biasing neighbor of the Sheatsley family.I I bile This
\police that he believed that his wife ? would give them more hap-
coals lie says he closed the door had been murdered. Several hours She' said that a man who had the ap-
and returned to the upper part of the afterwards he in touch withProsecutor pearance of a manaic had visited her
got
house, lay down, took a nap, then King; and told him that and asked her if she would! give him j piness than anything you could choose

left the house to practice football at he had changed his mind and now be- an old coat. She said that .
the Capital College field. It was not lieved that she had committed suicide refused him, he asked to be shown I and is a gift that will last them sev-
until five hours had passed that he in a fit of religious hysteria or the furnace door. When she said no.
told of seeing his mother in the fur. 1
he
mania. jumped off the porch and ran eral
nace. lie said that she had' been much away. I years.

When he answered the Prosecutor's impressed on the previous Sunday The police admit that it is quite
questions his eyes were averted ntarning when he had preached on possible that this same man called on '
and! he looked no one. full in the face. the topic, Ian Driven Out of the Mrs. SheaUley. I' Come in and place your order at once

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--- ) to be sure of delivery by Christmas
FIVE MILE Dukes and Miss Avis Dukes, of Alachua _, county shipped several
Dukes, B. D. Dukes, of Olustee Mr. 'carloads of turkeys just before
Five Mile Dec. 5-)Ir. and Mrs.P. and Mrs. D. I. Blume Mr. and Sirs j Thinksgiving for the holiday season. morning. We will sell you a new
P. Dekle and Miss Catherine B. L. Duke. j" Every county in Florida could do the

Renew attended the annual outing :Mr.= and Mrs. Rowan Johnson hadas .j same thing. Money in that. FORD compelte for only $129.59 anda
and picnic at the Scout hole.Thanksgiving .
Mr. and Mrs. Norman "
guests' Sunday. -
Those who failed
day.
'j Parrish. Misses Ruby Douglass The hen that lays regularly! duringthe to the balance.
to there missed the treat of year
pet i and Jessie Mae Glover, of Brooker, winter ought to be a good hen 11'k..p pay
their lives, for besides the usual repast i
i j Mesdames Mollie Powell, MandaI for other yearr and from whiro
on such occasions, there was an
Sherhouse Lilly Johns Misses Lola to gather eggs for hatching
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abundance of game and fish. May we
j Parrish and Pearlie Johnson.
enjoy many other such days of feasting !I
i I i A. L. Green' and family, of Brooker -
and pleasure.
I spent Thanksgiving with their
Jack frost and his icy elves paid usa : daughter! Mrs.( Minnie Rimes. tlMijFistala I
visit and now everybody is busy
I Mr. and Mrs. Ardell Drawdy! had
digging \potatoes and grinding cane. I as Thanksgiving guests Mr and i

Cecil Parrish. son of Mr. and Mrs. i Mrs. F. L. Drawdy, and Mrs D. Dyal
i Willie Parrish. was caught!: betweenthe and Miss Eva Dyal. lid Dhei Rictol DiseasesAMBULANT (

I capaill and sweep of the cane I I Mr.( and Mrs. F. L. Drawdy were 8.it.rtaly -rr-t. to tU I
mill Thursday. Nov. 27, and it so badly !, guests of Sir and Mrs L. S. Dekle 3IETHOD
crushed him. he only lived a few
recently.W. No Mc>1ta1. w> __tIo... no above
hours. The interment was at Klzy's I II. Dewing is visiting his broth from a-oa BO toss of ...-.... ao int.rf.rMM Lincoln Ford FordsonAUTHORIZED
Chapel Friday. We extend our ymj j er. Nelson Dowling. who is quite ill with nctal _nc *gii.iii..
; Send for Free Booklet
pathy to the breaved parent his home Graham. wy
at near
Kirk "Curia P&* and Otter Rectal
L and Julian Pekle returned
di A. L. Green and family D. J. O. .f'oUf'4"-It -
explains everything
i Monday from Jacksonville where Green and family, Mr. and Mrs. Evan
they bad gone to spend 'jhankrhinga. Hodges, of Brooker. attended the Dr. Ceo. L. Dickerson FORD DEALERJ.
with their aunt, Mrs. C. L. Varoe funeral of little Cecil Parrisn. Friday -
Mr*. P. P. Dekle and Miss Josephine UCTAX. AM PELVIC SPECIALIST
La"-e' of last week. | 1:3L )Ida St. Opprte Kra* 1
Blume were hopping in Mr. and Mrs Avery Parrish arereteiveg I in.4 FU.r Bm* BU*.
Butler Monday. I IIr. iI __ *4t JAC1xOVU..Z..ILA. I
I ) and Mrs. Bill Blume have been birth of a daughter.congratulations on the :or!,"'''I''M1' '; 11''! I I"I W. ANDREWS Jr.

visiting relatives here for severaldays. Oren Dekle and Dana Duke were 'eUlli .,;(11't ,
+ Mr. Blume accompanied by twoof in Lake Butler on business Tuesday .
nU nephew, Anthony and Lloyd I ..
The wedding bells are soon to ring
Johnson, left Saturday for Miami say Madame Rumor. :No" Worm fat a Healthy Chad Starke Florida
and Lark ins. Mrs Blume remainingto Mr*. W. II. Bethra and children of A3 duWna..n Worn "w .a a ,
.. finish her visit but will later join Perry and Mrs. T. J. Dvkle. of Lake MJUT-.whira....... peer glad ud ass
Mr. Blume at Miami, where they rate ts.r. tafcr tees 4 ie.a.eaea s.GROVE'S .
Butler were recent guests of Mr. and ,
TAStI1.ESS: dull T SIC gi .e ndaWtr 1 I
will. spend the winter. I I Mrs.' P. P. Dekle. tear tare* verk* via ecrkk. tile .Mood, te-
Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Dekle had as I pine the tfisMtioK sad art a' a Graml ScrnKtVIT -
guests Saturday and Sunday ) Children. must have a square deal ache <.KtotW. .____ NuB e eat tantLw..r .
B. A&dreu of Brooker Mr Viola'! if they deal dived 1M wr a.ta.c .ud.iii lie I L --
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t frRIDAY. DECEMBER 5, 1921. BRADFORD COUNTY TELE GRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA

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News of Florida in Short Paragraphs R: n"I.1, t vMitmt iiKDin-vn: ; win ..... : --- r', ',. .,-. >t h". hnrNh'p for. the ',.

r'.. -, ... ? .. -....., ,-?.. H ..,.,.. ....,,?..?,,., .-,,?. ??.. ....?.* i : Yt I Iy ".'arrh whin t't.; irrh WB clum l ur. i.ir i>. afru It-Mil i your caused a stem by I j-e.. ,c. I :,:,1.i.. '.' .:h'' ..1.: ,'l.-I UK\, and rk- ','"-I/1/

uti.i.'s rtTAiitui: : i> .. ..-. u> u Iniit, ,'
iri>n
:Live State News st r t' I' f nn lionnt, \\hi.." vmlcklr conli .,Yr. : : < ,O: Uih that this rt t
It.'Hevcs the rntarrh ,inflammation end, t aaav.- ':0/ ,%xaw.- .. ,n. .. .
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the Internal lII..die" "". a Tonic, which __.. 'rblor.
L......._. .-5 1\ sera through the Blond on the Murnu
.ws.wrw..rm.r..wwwa..r Htirrai'ei. ihu. restoring. normal condi :y'1 .o.i ..:.i.-.i: : c".1! < usefully! tab
Told by Our Exchanges tions. dire l.l'ioU; I...' .m .i migration for
Poll bjr druggists for over 40 Years the n" .t t 1 U.i: yrn, aiiJ bo enrlokeilthi
-.... F. J. Cheney & Co.. Tolodo. Ohio. .rcliy: to un l'. -it inconceivable.
D.D..K -
JaIl spent the week-end with her father,
Daytona Fifteen Leading Cuban Thanksgiving eve camping party. ur refused to comment on the inquiry !Mr. G. C. Wiggins .2i States\V'.y: not pernut the rlilTuront
to establish their
educators will be the guests of the Robert Lawson, 17, is reported to other than to :say the full report Floyd and Chrystal Wiggins spent! quotas nnulntif their own immigration own-

Florida Educational Association at have drowned when the canoe over- would go forward to Washington. Thursday in Brookcr. : i and n> rce to keep immigrants -

Its annual convention here December turned. Two other boys had narrow Mr. Carrol Atkinson and Miss By Arthur Brisbane thus a omitted within their
27-30 it was announced by Dr. I. C. escapes from death. They were res- Pensacola-W. L. Ellis, 24, sales- Minnie ... own borders for a certain numberof
Hodges attended the Crosby-
Woodley, secretary of the educators. cued from the sea after a fourth boy man for an electric supply companyhas Groover ) Brooker Wednesday. years after their arrival
wedding at
1UCATION"lEEK.
.
The'Cuban educational group will swam ashore and procured assis been mysteriously missing from .
make the trip here at the of his home here since Friday at noon HAT KILLS BOLSHEVISM A Gorman scientist demonstrates
expense tance. relatives and fearedfor Mrs. J. L. Johns and \Mrs.\ M. L. his ability to get flukes of real gold
the Cuban government, it is said. announced they
from An American is
Johns
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visitors Lake Butler menuiy
were to RIGGER DINOSAUR.
Manatee City council of this his safety. The man has been ill wxrkiiiK lit the ,probUm. Don't

Tallahassee-In the case of Joe place has decided to hold an electionon for some time and four months ago Monday.W. M. ] ITALIAN IMMIGRATION.President wmry >'.t, how..,l'r. The miinufiuluie -

Shaw plaintiff in error vs the Stateofv December 22 for bonding the city underwent a serious operation in a Hodgrs made a business --- -.- ..-- ...- ---- I gold, com touch moro than
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to Starke -
Florida, defendant in error, from in the sum of $142,000, the proceeds Mobile, Ala., hospital. lie has a wife trip Saturday. the other kiiul.ml mercury, having -
Jackson county, the supreme 'court, from which would be used as follows and two children. His relatives ex- Lawrence Wiggins and Reddish .. CoolMiro'n message, no great an ullinity fur gold l l .:
Education' WorkVUB have small of al"I
Andrews of Starke the week nnnnunving may particle gold
curiam has the fear that he had suffered spent
per opinion affirmed one : For construction pressed .
improvingand ns brief and an sound ai any message ways stored away within It. y
more judgment of conviction of man- extending the water works sys- loss of memory and had wandered end here. on education since' Jaures's

slaughter where the defendant was tem, $00,000; for additions to sani- away. Authorities in nearby cities Mr. Mallory Thomas and sons, R. massage to the school teachers of The Man.iiirhuiivttfl, Historical
charged with the killing of anotherby tary sewerage system $20,000; for have been asked to aid in the search. I.. and It\!. C., were visitors of friends France: Society him a genuine lock of Na- ,,

negligent driving of an automo- taking over, improving and altering The man was described as being and relatives hero Sunday. "Tench.. the children\ to rend Intelligently poleon's hair. ThouftAmin will\ gnu ti
bile on a highway. drains now existing $17,000, and for about five feet high, with blue eyes, Quite a crowd of young people en and all knowing laOl'l'n on it In ftthat would nev..r take
the trouble to study the brain that
red hair and attired in a blue suit joyed the cane grinding Saturday to them. "
construction of storm '
sewers, $15- once worked under that hair. .
} Tampa-War on the free range 000. with faint red stripe and a blue felt night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I>. Read run letters to those thnt

cow began in Hillsborough county hat. W. Kelley. Fathers and mothers need not reprimentinl him in the governmentof "

with the appointment of a committeeby Tampa-D. P. Davis, developer of Among those from here attendingthe worry bemuse their children lock his viiriou cominoreif\ territories \
the county beautification commission the mammoth Davis Island project Tampa-A meeting of representatives theatre at Starke Wednesdaywere "college education" if thoy have and, you will know something. bout
of various motor clubs, throughout bean taught to rend, InUilligontly\ Naloloon'lIw'r.. 1 Read of din at-
to wage a campaign in favor of located in lIi11>!borough bay here, has Amy Renfroe, Sarah and Lone and if thy read' the right "books |
the state, will be called here tituilo toward women a little above/
proposed legislation. Sentiment for aDo just closed a deal with a Detroit com- Kelley Rosa Hodges Willie \Mn\ bucnuno their minds crave infornmtion. that of a chimpnnaee, and you'll
fence law here is strong, said J. R. pany for four additional speed boats, within a short time to formulate a Youngblood, Sirs M. L. Johns Mr. know about hm wellknl. i

Calhoun, the commissioner's secretary which it is said are capable of mak- proposed auto drivers' license law, it and Mrs. J. L. Johns, Essie Johns, A better, more useful educationcan

for the elimination of this menace ing at least 55; miles an hour. Mr. was announced by F. L. Cleveland, Clarence and Grafton Adkins Plciljr- ba got from two y..ltu' ylt- A youi.g man eighteen years
the secretary of the Tampa Motor Club. tomatic reading of the right kind old net t'ne, to seven barns on
to traveling public. Davis bought one of the boats, which er and Emery Johns, Crystal and .
I The move is fostered by the Tampa Norman Hermits than the education plnntml l in the Henry. ...r.I.1I estate lust April
and
was delivered about week the Wiggins Kelley
| St. Petersburg W. E. Smith a ago; Junior Board of Trade, and is said to others. avurage young student In his four lie wan i-onvii-ti'il. ., and ordinarily
other
,
order for the four additional
at college. would hllb..n went to speiul hut
have already secured assurance of years
president[ of the Building Trades : following satisfactory trials of the early ninnhoixl in same prison university -
.Council, has made public plans for i first boat. It is planned to have a state-wide support. All Florida mo- SEABOARD TIME: TABLB of rrimo.
tor clubs will be asked to work to- Lord Ashfiolil, linRlishmnn: who
: the establishment of labor bank I Henry Ford appealed I to the
a series of speed boat events in Hills- thinks that Bolshevism ,In /
here, with a capital of $100,000 to borough bay here as a feature of the ward the enactment by the legislature (In effect November 10, 1924.) kept dawn in America by thu fact Court and had the young man put
of standard driver's law, according probation guaranteeing that he
a on ,
.|be controlled by the Central Labor winter entertainment program. Southbound- that almost everybody has an au-
.Ipnion> and all affiliated labor unionsof to a tentative draft of the No. 1 reaches Starke at 12:16: a. m. tomoblliv Almost rvprylxxly hnnn't }Ford would mini the young man
that burned his barns to the )Ford
[ the city. Mr. 'Smith says appli- Jacksonville-The gates of the bill. No license would be issued to No. 3, 11:02 a. m. an automobile. Hut almost everybody tnulo school. 1
will be made for Florida state fair closed Saturday minors under seventeen years of ago run reasonably tape to have
reation soon the No. 21, Cedar Key, 6:00 p. m. More trade schools and more
and none to those between 17 and 21, ono, or to ride In one owned by a
,[charter. night for another year and the 1924 No. 7, Limited, 2:16: m. Fords might. make jails\ 1 lens numarmis. -
p. brother sinter.
daughter, or
lion,
exhibition passed into history after except on written consent of parents NorthboundNo. .
Chipley An enthusiastic tobaccogrowers' shattering all former records with a I or guardians. It is pointed out that I -
2 reaches Sturko 4:15: a. m. They hare found In Africa wenpreserved
meeting was held at the ten-day attendance mark of 98,330 there is now no standard license law A scientist In the British Museum -
No 4, 4:26 m. l. bonus of a dmnnnur, ancient flints
I for vehicle drivers. p. remllntc papyri, ,;
Crown theater at which farm- against 96,000 of last and with
year big"
many twice an the biggest thus far
No. 20, Cedar Key, 8:50: a. m. one of the third century, containing \
ers from this section as well as from the finest and most comprehensive Cedar the known. The history or thnt dinosaur thirty verses of the twenty-ninth jj
Key Monday closed
points in Jackson county were pres- displays and exhibits of Florida's No. 104, Limited 5:57: p. m. would show that the bigger he chapter of Matthew. Thus we .
for mullet for
ent. The object of the meeting was to material wealth that have ever been shipping season sixty Wannee Branch- grew, the nearer he wan. to extinction. know that throe centuries after the
arouse interest in tobacco growing in assembled. The fluttering blue rib- days during their spawning and ShellFish No. 101 leaves Starke 7:40: a. m. That thought should occupy birth of Christ men were warned

this section and to secure promised bons have been carried away and Commissioner Hodges is on No. 102 arrives Starke 3:15: p. m. i the mind of our financial illnusnurs that "they that take the sword f
hand to see that the law is observed, (Daily except Sunday) "Iroviilence arranges it BO haM perish by the sword." Men
acreage plantings to justify the erection thousands of dollars nave been that the trees' shall not Into
having arrived in port on board the T. :J. GRIFFIN grow nevertheless went on taking the
of a warehouse. I awarded the successful exhibitorsfor the heavens." That's also true of
steam patrol boat SC144. Commis- sword and perishing by the sword
I their achievements in their Agent. ilmonnurs! and corporations.MiiRMollnl .
respective through all the centuries op to now.
sioner hedges has fleet of smaller
West Palm Beach-This city is a
.- receiving lines of endeavor. This. discovery will be useful because
,. : little relief from the shortage \I East and West coasts and the trans- Colds Cause drip and Influenza complains, Justly, that it will cause many te r.... ,
of telephones which has been prevail-I Da.tna-Prof.( R. J. Longstreet patrol boats strung out along both cur ImmlgiHtlon; low are a hard- over again St Matthew's dsserip- j'

ent during the past year, despite efforts supervising principal of the Daytona fer points are being watched to see the LAXATIVE cauM. There BROMO Is only QUININE one "Bromo Tablet Quinine.remov." ship for Italy. They are an infl- t lion uf the Lad Sunn...

of the company to meet the Beach schools reports seeing) a horn- that no mullet are shipped by express E. W.CKOVE'S iltiuuur' oo bus Mo
ever increasing demand. Extra shifts ed lark while on a bird excursion the or freight during the closed

of workmen have been put to work latter part of last week. The bird was> season. The fishermen are now turnIng -.
and they are devoting much of their first seen early Thursday morningon their attention to catching sea :.!.,..,...... -. .!o+!..... ...... ".,.t. .'.. .t.t.N..l. ..... ... .. ...t .J.J>.t.;

time to certain localities, hoping in the Clarendon golf links and trout which are much in demand in .

that way to remedy the situation. again in practically the same locali the Eastern markets just now. Flor- .
ty. According to Professor Long- ida furnishes the Northern and Eastern ; .

Fort Pierce-Shipments of beans street this is the first time on record, markets practically all the fish -. .

are moving from places where early so far as he has been able to discover, they consume during the winter .
plantings were not drowned out Jn that the horned lark has been further months. Commissioner Hodges left .

St. Lucie county by the October south than South Carolina. The bird port for the South and will make an .

storm, according to County Agent A. breeds in the section around Hudson inspection! of the entire coast, before .

Warren, who reports that all kindsof Bay, it is stated and is about the size returning to the oyster planting activities -

truck are being planted following) of a ground or sand pigeon. which are being carried on t
recession of the high water. Carload, extensively in Franklin county just

shipments of citrus are also moving Tampa-In custody of Sheriff now. ...
from a few packing houses he Horace Kelsey and Deputy Charles .. I
states. Kellogg:, of Orleans county, New NEW RIVER .

York, Lewis E. Sands, "world bean .
( Tampa-More than 20,000,000 people king," started his return trip to Al- New River Dec. 5-Mr. C. O. Wiggins t

/. in the great cities and suburban bion, N. Y. from here to face chargesof anti son, Floyd, were visitors to

$Communities .if the United States first degree larceny growing out Starke Monday N
'Twill, be told of the wonderful food of the failure last September of the Miss Alphie Hodges and Onie flyers I f fI

Vend" health values of Seald-sweet Lewis E. Sands l Company for what is of Starke, spent Sunday here. I Holiday

(compre-hensive The said New to be York nearly officers one million arrived dollars.here Zilf.W. M. Hodges spent last week, at Engraved

:ing campaign to be conducted by the and Immediately took Sands into Among those from here who spent

Florida Citrus Exchange this season their custody from the county jail Thursday at the State Farm were: .

acording to C. C. Carr, manager of in which he had been lodged pending Messrs. Carrod Atkinson, Cleave
the Thomas Advertising Service, their arrival. Part on, Pledger Johns; Misses Minnie I Greeting Cards i
which is handling the business. Hodges and Katello Youngblood.
Tallahassee Completion of tick Miss Iva )Hodges who has been

Dade City-Ozark Ripley nationally eradication work in Jackson, Holmes visiting friend in Starke, returned ..
known among sportsmen of this and Washington counties will mark home Saturday. .

country as being prominently connected the end of one of the most effective Miss Jewell Wiggins, of Alachua, .
l with Field and Stream is a pieces of work of this character he .1 -

visitor to this city. !Mr. Ripley whose has ever seen. Dr. R. A. Ramsey, YI, _f, YID ../, "d1" ,, ....
.
real name is J. B. Thompson, is making chief of the tick eradication division Is Your Health Slowly ,... ". "' "I 1'" ..

a tour of the country, addressing Bureau of Animal Industry Washington .
clubs in the interestof Slipping Away? > IFir' 1wf..u'J *
various sporting told the Florida State Sanitary 4' r

game conservation and fish legislation I Live Stock Board at its October f -* Make Holiday Greeting Cards as dis'jlij't'1 > i
your
!Mr. Kipley in addition to be- I meeting. These counties form a part Starke People Advise' You to Act in '
ing on the editorial staff of Field and I of Zone 13, which was specified by Time. tinctive as your gifts. The Telegraph has ) 1U .i ;

Stream is the author of numerous : the legislative act of 1023! as one of Ji
books on bass fishing, quail shooting, the two zones to be cleared of the Is failing health making you uneasy t11. I ii the finest showing of Greeting Cards ever a,.
etc. 'cattle fever tick under the and unhappy? Are you tired weak
campaign from 6 1 1-2
to clean the state of the pests. and dispirited? Suffer daily bar-kache + offered in this territory, at prices *
Jaek.onville-The Florida Develop- and stubbing rheumatic twin geei ion
ment Board has been requested by Key West-Residents of the key Then look to your kidneys'" The kidneys 4 to 40c each, including type-printing or en-

The Boston Post, to furnish a series section of Monroe well are the blood-niter Once they S and match.
county are so envelopes to / .tt
graving name
articles about "Won- weaken, the whole system i it upset. 14WtjJIi5 your ,
of Illustrated ;
pleased with developments following .
You have dizzy spells h'-nd'iches and
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der Towns in Florida," featuring developments approval last year of a $300,000 bond urinary irregularities. You feel all f ; You can find designs from the most inexpensive ;e it

or industries that are not issue to begin work on the Key West worn-out. Use Doan's Pills-a stimulant embossed
familiar in the nurt.i J n... i 1011',1> recently 'mainland highway that they now are diuretic to the kidneys. Thousands I little card to the beautiful .

furnished The Literary Digest initiating plans to vote recommend Doan's. Her is ;
I on a proposal 'w-'ii; cards with their tissue lined envelopes ''1d
Starke proof: 109
upon telegraphic request, a report on for an additional issue of $1,000- '
Mrs. C. L. Underhill, Cherry lays: .
ratification of the constitutional 000 with which to continue the work. I "When I sat down, I had to brace ray .". ,-.

amendment, prohibiting levy of state It is not unlikely that the proposal arms in order to get out of a chair. I .". _I, .1. ,," ...1. .*..
Income and inheritance taxes, quot- will be submitted to the property I felt tired and I had to hold something ., "r- "' -'jC' "jC" t.

ing editorals from a large number of owners either in January or Febru to kepI from falling Doan's Pills .. *.
Florida newspapers. ary. The first issue of $300,000 made from Mitchell's Drug Store cured the .- ...
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possible the construction of bridgesand trouble. .
Miami Thanksgiving tragedy Price flOe at all dealers. Don't .

perched in the bow of a canoe which line roadways for a total at of both something ends of like the simply Doani" auk Pills for!-the a kidney same remedy that -Mrs.vet All cards are packed in neat boxes of twenty-five cards and envelopes to !


from last night the mouth was ferrying of Little river eleven across boys twenty miles of miles the entire of the distance.more than 125 Mfrs.Underhill, Buffalo had. N.Konter-Milburn Y. Co. f match. To insure delivery of cards in time (for the Christmas holidays orders }

Biscayne Bay to Bird Key for a

1'oiami-A report of the inquiry must be placed before Dec. 1 2th. Call at our office, or if f not convenient to i

A TONIC ordered by the treasury departmentinto To Stop a Cough Quick f

bove'a Tasteless chill Tonic restore the firing. on, boarding, and take itA YES' HEALING: HONEY a .. do so, 'phone 29 and the samples will be sent to your residence. .f

Energy: and Vitality by Purifying and searching of M. 1'0[. Belding's yacht cough medicine which stops the cough oy ..
Enriching the Blood. When you feel lu Cocoon by coast guard patrol craft i beaJlng the inflamed and irritated tissues. .*
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strengthening Invigorating effect lee how of Miami, last Friday evening, was : A box of GROVE'S 0-PEN-TRATE: I
mailed to the department by Wil- !SALVE for Chest Colds. Head Colds and
color to the cheeks and how
it it Improves tiring the appetite, you will then liam Palmer of Key West, special investigator /, Croup If A YES'Is HEALING enclosed with HONEY.every The bottle solve of i Bradford County Telegraph
for the Mr.
department.
the chest and throatof
appreciate Its true tonic value.me' should be rubbed on
Palmer inspected the Cocoon which t
Tasteless chill Tonic .U simply children suffering! from a Cold or Croup.
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in So Belding alleges was struck by a rifle 1'10.Hraun .ff."* ol H 7'"p H*.lhn thsi.r ...- .. t
Iron mod Quinine suspended syrup. bullet fired from one of the patrol ,,.lrn.t.nfnb pleasant/ even children like It. The blood "roll'.OPe.-Tat. &.!.. through UM pun of ,
boats, and took sworn statements b.,UD non_a moth..g .
needs QUININE to Purify and IRON to ... .
and .
canoe
nmedIe..r.
from members of the coast guard
w.tdm'.oat.
Enrich Ie. Destroys Malarial germs and eo o Un combined 36c.
Its Strengthening. Invigor and Mr. Belding and those on the druggist for HAYESr t.M. ........... ....................
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FRIDAY DECEMBER: 5, 1921.
BRADFORD COUNTY TELE GRAPH STARKE.: FLORIDA

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and sold us the munity. We will soon have a good i only where the influence of theI
P. need of money
Mrs. great
"iv with his parents, Mr. and
A'I Louisiana territory consisting of 1- road from Jacksonville and the roadis i I I Gospel has been felt. Christianity is
CroB Y. Abbott/wa S 171,031 miles. Then when I already good to the south of us. not only the foundation of this nation
Mrs. Emilly square
c.a.1i: General Jackson had driven the Soon the main line of travel will be 'but it is the heart of the nation and
to business in Alachua Wednesday.Mr.
of from the north Starke. 'sends its energizing influence out Into
i i'I Seminole Indians into the swamps through
and Mrs. G. B. Colson and son
few There is of the best soil in the every county, township and com-
Robert Florida and had hung a Span some
cpCi.ei Ressie Eugene, Jr., and
; Long and Lilamae Andrews spent : iards, Spain was glad to give us state here. All that is needed is for I munity. Christianity world has made has revolutionized the world
of the ,
Sunday evening at Worthington.Mr. Florida with 59,26 square miles the people who are seeking locations

'I ,, -----' and Mrs. J. J. Morgan and son, territory. In 1845 the Lone Star in Florida, to see the soil and the I rich. In nations lands where the valueless Gospel and is
., -- Clarence, spent Wednesday in state came to us and asked protec conditions here. When our roads are not preached are
29 Dud 109 and is paid but ten cents per day.
PhoiicH Starke. tion from the misrule of Mexico finished it will not be long until peo- Ilabor

I --- Mrs. D. Weeks, of Bell, spent the we gave; it our protection ple will find that this Is one of the 'The material blessings that we en-
INMAN: HOSTESS paid their dues are requested to do I week-end here with friends and rely ed the state with andreCeiV-j good localities in the state and will\ Joy this Thanksgiving are largelythe
$ MRS. CLUB BO at this meeting. I miles of territory. In want to come to live with us. In two gifts of the church. No wonder

: TO BRIDGE Anyone having articles for the tives.Mrs.. Susan Schofield, of Inverness, Mexico, after the Mexican or three years values will be greatly that every Sunday morning, on an
'J afternoon bridge; club club bazaar may bring; them to the The Friday
F" entertained by Mrs. G. M. Inmanat ; elub at this meeting. I and relatives.A. I California with a territory of 548,783: |,holdings will find them greatly de- I the aisles of our churches and give
r was her comfortable bungalow home, Hostesses for this meeting will be: I D. Crosby, of Jacksonville, square miles. In 1853 with the Gads- sired by others and with advancing their allegiance to God and their

,i which was bright with poinsettias Mesdames Frazee, chairman, Futch, spent the week-end here with his den purchase of No-Mans-Land we prices. I names to the church. Who should not
L. D. Green, T. J. Griffin, E. W. received 43,535 square miles of terri be glad this Thanksgiving Day to
and ferns. parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Crosby; But most of all we should be
,. At the close of the bridge /game i it Hayes, O. L. Haynes, T. J. Alderman, and was accompanied back by his tory. Then we have what was caned I thankful for the church, the Lord'sKingdom join in the devotional song:
M'i, was found that \Mrs. T. D. Clark of A. Z. Adkins, and Miss Carolyn brother, H. B. Crosby. Seward's Folly in buying Alaska for on earth. AH improvement "r :Jove Thy kingdom, Lord

Jacksonville\ held high score: and the Fripp. Misses Lets and Linnie Fogg, of which he gave seven and a half million have grown up along the path- The house of Thine abode
hostess presented as first prize an j I Graham, and Ardell Crosby attended and got in return 777,340 square way of the church. Look along the The church our blest Redeemer saved
asbestos mat for hot dishes. Low i BAZAAR-CAFETERIA B. Y. P. U. here task Sunday night.F. I I miles of territory and ice enough to lines of the march of history and you With His own precious blood"?

score was made by Mrs. J. L. Peek, the Club house, Friday afternoon B. Penholster, of Graham, spent freeze the world, but we have taken will find that improvements of all After a collection had been taken
e who was consoled with a dainty; At and evening, December 12. The the week-end here with his mother, I from one acre more gold than Seward kinds, agriculture, manufactory, in- for the poor, Rev. L. W. Kickliter, of

handkerchief. Club will have an annual Mrs. J. J. Penholster. I pcid for the entire territory ventions, education, morals, refine- the Baptist church, pronounced the
r' The hostess served delicious fruit Womans of fancy work. Come and do Jim Godwin, of Starke, was at 'and have billions of dollars worth of menthomes, have come where and benediction.
salad, saltines, fruit cake and hot bazaar shopping! tending to business here Monday.Mr. coal gold and oil left. Besides this
Christmas
your have Hawaii, Porto Rica and the
J. we
it because and Mrs. A. Wasden spent
chocolate. for ,
Start saving your money -----
this has
Misses at Philippine Islands. All of ._ ;
Club members present: cafeteria Saturday attending the fair -
there will be a fine
Alice Tharin Mable Weller, Aileen Gainesville.Miss given us wealth but it has given us

Alvarez, Mesdames E. M. Johns, J. L. supper, too. Rosetta Osteen of High responsibility also. {

Peek, N. Sternberg, O. L. Haynes,; W. :M. S. HOLD Springs, spent the we invited guests: -Mrs. N. D. Wainwright INTEHESTINGlEh..ING: with her mother, Mrs. Emilly Abbott. Galilee we have helped our neighbors !
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Mrs. T. D. Clark, Mrs. G. M. P. A. Crosby and son, Eugene, in Cuba and our friends in France I
Bistrunk and Mrs. C. A. Futch. I II' Mrs. P. S. McMillan and Mrs. H. D. spent Tuesday in Starke attending''I I and the world is honoring us for it
t. .4 Hemingway were hostesses Monday to business. and the good Lord is blessing us. ,
Our Cold is ready for the reception r
LADIES CHORUS ENTERTAINED i afternoon to the Woman's Mission.' II. P. Gainey and daughter, Never has a nation shown so much i I Storage
Ladies'Chorus ary Society of the Baptist church. spent Friday evening at Waldo.nUble'j j 1 unselfishness as has this nation in I t
: On Tuesday afternoon the E. Knight The circle leader, Mrs. J. J. Bullen,, Henry Brown spent Tuesday at caring for the oppressed and feeding [ of meat. Prices, one and one-half cents per i
t I' met with Mrs. D. ; conducted the devotional exercises I Worthington attending to business. I and clothing the hungry and naked. i
t tt' at her home on N. Walnut street,with and which were followed by a business Mr. and Mrs. Drawdy, of LaCrosse Millions of dollars have gone to care 'I j pound for the first thirty days and one cent !
':' p enjoyed a splendid practice session. Next week the state convention I have been visiting her brother for the hungry and homeless in I

Mrs. A. E. Wall directing the and This Mrs of W. M. S. will be held in Lakeland Mr. Dan Thomas. Europe and Asia, made homeless by. per pound for the next thirty days. We
I DeWitt C. Jones at piano. of and delegates were elected to Malcolm Harrell, of Gainesville the cruelty of war. Who is not thankful i, I
r organization, assisted by out j attend same. The society arranged to F- ent the week-end with friends and this morning, that every states- satisfaction. t
I town talent, will put on a concert have an all day quilting party at the relatives here. man in the world seems to be run-I I guarantee
'. December the 16th, and a rare treat home of Mrs. F. A. Scott, on Friday, ning around with the olive I
';.. ( is in store for those who attend. the 5th. DR. TUCKER DELIVERS I peace in his hand? This desire of .
,r J After the practice hour the hostess The hostesses, assisted by Mrs. THANKSGIVING SERMON: peace has spread from the U. S. I
J. S. Blitch
assisted by Misses Marguerite served delicious pine- I the angels Supt.
t :Meada Hodges, who has listened to song ,
% and Ethel Griffin, served delicious (Continued from Page: One
;: Shriver apple salad, saltines, wafers and hot of "Good will to man and peace on :i iearth"
of the 72 hours. If a
refreshments consisting across ocean r'i ,, FLORIDA STATE FARM
;, chocolate. till we have become a peaceI
olives pickles, saltinesand Chinese wall wrs thr'lwnIIround\ us ,
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sandwiches, .
Nineteen members were present. loving nation and are influencing the |
r chocolate. only those on the outs:-li! > would be i
hot I listen to the heavenly :
world to same
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>. ( PHILATIIEA CLASS! ENTERTAINED sufferers. Our big farm, with only a
FISHING GOOD IN TillS SECTION BY MRS KNIGHT part in cultivation, produced in the song.
w I past year 30 bushells of corn for !I i As we hear the voice of the school I : I II'

r That this section of the state is I Mrs C. A. Knight entertained the each man, woman, child and baby in bell telling us that every boy and '
a not behind other sections of Florida Philathea Class of the Baptist Sun- the country worth three billion six girl lives within the sound of that

S. in its black bass fishing\ is shown by day school, on Tuesday afternoon, at hundred million. Cotton has lost its bell we are thankful and proud of our -
the catch made by a party of local her home on West Madison street. crown as king but it still retains the splendid system of education, settingan

fishermen last week-end. Dr. M. V. Members present: Misses Mildred crown of queen. Enough: cotton has ,' example to all the world. We have
r= Herlong, of Jacksonville, accompanied Gill, Lois Edwards, Amy Moore, been :grown to give each individual more than 400 colleges, universitiesand
Messrs. Archibald and Markley" Louise Moseley, Eunice Perkins,, 75 pounds. No wonder the most of schools of high grade filled with !
Johns lust Friday to "Benny's Pool, : 1 I more than 300,000 of our brightest I Cushman
Ruble Mae Poppell and Mrs. Jim our woolen goods are trade of cotton. Offset Motors
remaining over until Sunday morn Kickliter. The vice president Miss The farm has given! [ each individual and best young people. Of course we I I'I
ing. These gentlemen report a catchof Amy Moore, presided over the meeting under our flag nine bushels of wheatall are thankful for the world is imitating -
l' 160 bass, the largest weighingfive and the devotional exercises of which is worth about fourteen our example, which means that I I '

I pounds. were conducted by the class teacher,, hundred million dollars. Hay enoughhas soon we will be a great neighborhood I I
This remarkable catch was exceeded Mrs. J. J. Bullen. The class voted to I been grown to give each mule and and a great world brotherhood. I I For f

two weeks ago by these nimrods, give two dollars to help on the seven horse three tons. We fear some of I I'Ve need to be thankful for our : r
both in number caught and size, the ty-five million campaign fund. It was them from their looks do not get I political blessings, where we have' f,
catch for three days being 100 bass, also decided to send presents to theOrphans' their share. We need not fear of run : the maximum of liberty and the i

including several tipping the scales Home for a twelve year old ning out of potatoes for the earth I minimum of restraint where every I IntertypesLinotypes i iII
from eight to ten and one-half boy, according to the request of the has given us a bountiful suppljk so :: man has a part in the government. We :
pounds. superintendent of the home. Class officers that we can eat four bushels each. are thankful for the great men who :
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were elected as follows: At last we have found the hen that I have occupied the position of Presi II
CONCERT, DECEMBER: 16TH President, Ruble Mae Poppell. lays the golden egg. During the year dent. Not one of them but has believed and i iI

A varied and Interesting program Vice President, Inez Abernathy.Secretarytreasurer she has brought to us seven hundred in God as the Great Ruler and

ts, will be rendered on the evening of j, Eunice Per million gold dollars. She has earned most of them have been devoted I LinographsThe
December ICth, by a well trained I kins. her right to scratch up our gardensand Christians. We may be thankful that ,
a, chorus of local talent assisted by I Mrs. Knight, assisted by Mrs. Jim to make us quarrel! with our more and more of our officers are

out of town artists, in the auditorium I Kickliter Jr., served delicious light neighbors. We have five cows for men of character and integrity and I I last word in power. Compact unit. Quickly
i of the Woman's Club. Entire proceeds 1! refreshments. every four families so there is no patriotism, who have been placed in I
Gs to go to the building fund of need of making! creamery butter out 1: authority by the people, which showsa installed Simple of operation.
MRS HUMPHREY: ENTERTAINS of''tallow and there characterof
the club. are hogs enoughto rising tide in the moral i
)ti. j HONORING HER .MOTHER give every family three whole the people. Not so long since we

U. II. MEETING: ( | Mrs. R S. Humphrey entertained' hogs and an extra ham thrown inGtr were disgraced by drunkards and One of those motors has just been added to the Bradford 1
I company use. Then the sheep libertines in office, now such men are
and Mrs. L. G. a number of old friends Thursday County
Telegraph
Miss Etta Tison equipment.Write .
from Arizona, New Mexico and elsewhere elected to remain at home. j I[
honor of hermother's
Powell entertained the W. T. Weeks evening, Nov. 27, in '
pR C. Wednesday after- seventy-fourth birthday. will supply each family table I I I -. Who is not thankful that our y .
Chapter, U. D. ,
at their hospitable home. I Pink and white chrysanthemumswere with a sheep and a half with enough mothers, wives and daughters with for Detail. +
,; noon Mrs. J. M. Brown- artistically arranged through- over to supply our millionaires. Why their lives of purity end refining influence
The president
i 1 should we not be thankful( ? Besides have been made the of
lee, occupied the chair and Mrs. S. L. out the homer % peers
I laid for this there has been dug from the men at the ballot box, for they are
f transacted the duties of secret At six o'clock covers were
; ; J b! tary.Peck The president appointed the thirty, the table being centered withan earth 51 million dollars in gold and and will be a power in purifying politics CUSHMAN ELECTRIC CO.
75 million in silver and two billion :
and developing morals? The sa-
of in
members to act on the cemetery arrangement pink roses a
following
r
r committee: Mrs. S."E. Brown- cut glass basket. On each side were eighteen million tons of coal and' loon has gone and its banishment 'I Concord, N. H.

lee, Mrs. L. A. Davis and !Mrs. W. L. 'lighted pink tapers.A seventy million tons of iron, besides has become a part of our Great National -
Wall. Finance committee: Mrs. O. L. tempting salad course, and coffee ,, millions of copper, lead, zinc and' Constitution, but the saloon J
lU'asley, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Mrs. W. were served with a sweet course, | many other mineral. The value of had been in existence long enough to -
J. Epperson and Miss Olive Ray. the individual cakea'being iced in the products of our mines for the create a depraved dishonest, degraded I II' ,
year is more than six billion and class of human beings who '
white.Assisting are
i Col. Weeks sent the chapter a check pink and ,
to help them in their work. in looking after thepleasure twenty million dollars. Our exports showing their origin by violating the ,
-' .. reached the great/ sum of more than laws of the land. There is debauch-
1 During the social period the hostesses of the guests were :Mrs. N. a |
I served delicious sandwiches, IVrkms, Mrs. Register and Miss three and a quarter billion dollars ed bunch of "niggars" and a meaner, 1 F :
aa;
i this is above what ,
a surplus we consumed.
'bunch of low white
Manacll. Enjoying the evening were more depraved
chocolate
olives, hot ,
chips, Yi
\ potato I I Mesdames Anna Murrhee, Alalme The man who is not thankful j trash who will sneak around in the

'il' .. I and The whipped December cream.meeting will be held Baisden, Henry Brown, Edd Lager- for living in this great country oughtto swamps, in the dead hours of night
Laura Johns Dover Jack be allowed to go to central China and violate the laws by making
at the home of Mrs. W. L. Wall. gren, Mary -
Johns, Alex Andrews, Lizzie Johns, where they are so poor they cannot shine.! They are so contemplable that e 1 ( I s P I I't .
t U.2.UNU FOODMORROW SALE TO. ,, A. J. Anders Hannah Mansell. J. H. clothe their thoughts in proper lan- they deserve no sympathy from anyone .

1 I Moore, M. Briggam, Josephine Edwards guage. who is an American citizen. .1
1 Elizabeth Shadd, Ralph Alvarez Beside all this we have taken out Everyone: of such should be put behind |
The Ladies Auxiliary of the Presbyterian Josephine Taylor. Ida Hol- of the earth 733 barrels of petroleum.It the bars or driven out of the '
church will hold a bazaar ling worth. H. Austin H. D. Hemingway makes me think of the boy who country. I 't- I
and food sale Saturday afternoon, wanted to be nice to his
Lizzie Hollingsworth, teacher and We need to be thankful for the
S the 6th, at Hull's stqre. FranHIemingway! : andIrs.: brought her an orange with the remark promising outlook for our own com- ---1 flit
There will bo on sale beautiful Jack Jones and Ida Perkins, of Ocala "Teacher I brung ye a orange, I
hand-made articles suitable Tor I its been squz but there's some in her
Christmas presents, also many useful 1IROOKER yet." We have squeezed the earth' SOUTH FLORIDA'S '
articles to be used in the home. j pretty hard but there Is plenty In it For Merchants Only!
4 The fancy work department is inv | Brooker, Dec. S::Mi s Jewell Wiggins yet for which we may be gald. Who iIDot : GREAT NEWSPAPER
charge of :Mrs. II. II. Young and (jas1lIable of Alachua, was visiting. here thankful for the opportunities
Weller. There will be delicious this week. that have come to us to help the -
s S home-cooked food of various kinds in I i Mr. and Mrs. Rob Crosby of Jack- world? We have become the Trusteeof 'I The merchants who do the biggest Christmas business this year

charge of Mrs. John Uglow, Miss sonville, were visiting his parents, the World's Liberties and the If you want to keep posted on the i I will be the merchants: who start right now through 7r r "
Kate Livingston and Mrs. II. A. )lr. and Mrs. P. A. Crosby this week. Pioneer of Salvation. We went quickto marvelous development of South' to teD shoppers about the new exclusive and newspaper space
Tucker. The home-moMe candy table :, Dr. E. L. Biggs, of Starke was attending the cry of distress in Cuba and reasonably priced mer-
14 is in charge of Mrs. C. N. Christy : to business here Thursday. the cry for_ help from France, Belgium Florida, you must read chandise in their stores. I

Mrs. J. M. Mitchell and Mrs. T. S. '! Mr. and Mrs. McKenry. of Hampton and England was answered I

Williams. were visiting her parents, Mr. with the spirit of the Golden Rule.We Newspaper readers'agree that the well illustrated ad is the most
,1 Sale begins at two o'clock Saturday and Mrs. G. W. Hazen. are thnkful to live in a land The Tampa interesting ad and it is the ad which first attracts their attention. We'

afternoon. ;' Malcolm Harrel, of Gainesville, where the noblest of our young manhood Morning TribuneEvery are equipped to furnish special Christmas illustrations for line 'f'
pent! Thursday with his parents, Mr. answered so cheerfully to the'call every of
WOMAN'S CLUBIEh..ING: business.
land Mrs. Will Harrelt. for help, though the answer 1
I The regular meeting. of the Wo [ T. O. Goosby, of Jacksonville, was I meant great sacrifice and to many nook and corner of South b
man's Club will be held at the club 'visiting friends out here last week. their lives. We honor them and are Florida is carefully covered by Tribune Just a word over the phone at your elbow will bring us with

house Wednesday, December 10th at I: Miss Rhoda Bennett of CaineaIville glad to live among them. correspondents. Write for proofs of cuts, layouts and copy suggestions. For

3. p. m.Mrs. was the guest of Miss Geneva We have not been a land grabbing sample copy and rates. catalogue bills, cards Order newspaper display,
w L. A. Davis, chairman of the Harrell this week.A nation but Providence has teemed to I or posters. your Christmas printing now.

Education Department, will have : large crowd attended the cane thrust upon us great opportunities.We .
charge of the program for the after- grinding at Mr. W. II. lUrrell's last are net an Imperialistic nation,
noon. Reports of the Federation ,': Wednesday night.I. yet we have been expanding from our Bradford
meeting in Orlando, will be given by : W. Pen bolster, who has been in earliest days. When peace was secured The TampaMorniitg'Tribune County TelegraphPHONE
tl4 Mrs. E. M. Johns and 1\Ire. L. A. Tampa for the past few days, returned in 1781 we had only a little strip
Davis. ', home this week. of' territory given us along the Atlantic 29-STARKE

v s All club members are urged to be j' Brooker, Nov. 28-Eugene Crosby,, consisting of 827377 square
present, and those! who have not yet of Vero. i Is spending a while here miles, but in 1803 Napoleon was in Tampa Florida. ,




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PREVENTION Eugene Matthews spent the weekend -'!I I II Jacksonville with friends and rela The ladies of the
in Jacksonville.Mrs. missionary socie
1 1Infrlll:1till btbr tbsn cure. Tuft's Pula tatea Inttnle.are 1 tives. She was accompanied home by I ty of the Methodist church will
meet
Bits 1 nut only a mm.dy rot but prevent I her brother
of Lacy, Mrs. Wlncella and '
Local SICK HEADACHE A. M. Darby is in Jackson- Monday afternoon at 1:80: at the "
daughter, Estelle, Mesd.imes 'I
'I Geo. home of Sirs W. E. Middleton
bGouweee e-gie.bcn sad. kiedred en- ville with her daughter, Mrs George'W. Elleatte on
I Marks. 'I and Jack Baker, of South West Madison street. The afternoon

Tutt's Pills I Bend, Indiana will be spent in quilting for the local


Concerning Our People, Business and --- tored Mr. to and Jacksonville Mrs. Edward Burn for' 7nir- I 1\1 rs. E. R. Marshburn and children, parsonage /.....
recently
Progres of the County and Town. @ I Col. Floyd Green and Mr. N. T. short visit.Andrew a who have been guests of her parents Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, of Starke,spent I o.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Aldorman )Friday In Gainesville
i I Ritch were in Lulu and Lake Butler II and visiting with t.
Saturday Mrs. Geo. C. White, left Tuesday for Mrs. J. C. Adkins.-Galnesvilln. Sun J
I Griffis, of Dunedin, was their new homo at the State
j= = g .f here Monday looking after real where Dr. Marshburn has F'lIrm,1 I

S. E. Ritch spent Sunday in Lake Dr. Jelks, of Riverside Hospital, F. J. Pattee and son, Frank, came ,estate business. I been appointed the physician In failure Capital, but purnifihment it never has iiiny boon be a "

Butler. Jacksonville, was here on profession up from St. Petersburg and spent I charge. in this tried !
1 country. Out of 1,800 murders
al business Tuesday.Mr. several days last week with home- E. R. Poppell, of New Smyrna, was' in New York in six "
Smith in years there were '
Mrs. E. II. spent Friday folks. a recent guest of his parents, Mr. ST. MARK'S CHURCH only 61 executions!
Jacksonville. and Mrs. George Bajua. of and Mrs. J. H. Poppell. I '. !

V. Knight spent last weekin A.Syracuse E. N. Y., are guests of Rev. Dr. W. B. Parks and Judge R. A, The services for the second Sunday Is there anything better than

Hollis with relatives.Miss Dunham.A. Green attended the Florida-Drake Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight and 11 in Advent will be at 11 a. nl. and 7:30p. : homo-niado and cured hams and eau-
Starke foot ball game and the alumni lunch- son, Paul Earnest, spent Thanksgiving m. sage?

J. Thomas and E. M. Johns eon in Gainesville Thanksgiving day. day in Gainesville, enjoying the The special teaching for this day ,
Lucile Johns was a recent were business visitors festivities of Homo-coming Day at I NOTICE TO IIIDDKHSS'l
to Lawtey gives it the name of Bible Sunday
vIsitor, to Jacksonville. Monday. the University of Florida. ",l bide will .bo rmlv.il bir th. UoiiKlof
!Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Ray and little We appreciate the unusual attendance lloml Truntn, of llp.lfor.l I and special music at the Ida. .t the Rise, uf the Mwn-tary of the ,
daughter, Beth, of Lake City, were eve
McLane, of Cocoa, was a llunril at Stork. Klorl.ln. until II '.liwk ... '1'1'
The Mrs. R. L. Lewis
Roscoe W. and
C. T. Kirk I
,
U. sons I
Starke. will meet next here last week with Mr. and Mrs. I* fling services of late.JUWOKElt. m. Jnnunry nth I HUH ami .t that time imbllolv .-
recent visitor to Tuesday afternoon, at 3:30: at the H. Partridge. and James, have apartments at the oiwn4' fur the following' etiulitniunt i :
Woman's Club. home of Mrs. Josephine Edwards, I 'I Ontt 1 wo ono Koril Ion inuring truck, ear.Hlihlvn with. awl! dump:: builltif.

Miss Marguerite Shriver spent Mrs L. A. Davis went to Jacksonville on West Madison street, Mrs. Lewis will b. ramilrnl to take In.utthnniie. ,
Friday in Jacksonville. Men's wool top shirts goingat Wednesday to attend the annual has recently moved here from Jasper. Mr. and Mrs L. H. Futch, of Mid on and the.two ulxivn HMoml, two hiinil...oml.'"rwurlntr hand' >\>H truck 0.". 'y

half conference of the Methodist way, spent last Thursday with her parents The honr.l will par the h.l.nc. >kuv. the
is bargain day at price at Stump's.Mrs. Episcopal Messrs. Hornbeck and LArsen .econd hum! ran and truckH In ...h,
Everyday Church, South. ot Mr. and Mrs. 1' A. Cro'sby.Mr. 'lhi 1 bonnl mitrvv the right. to rtijuct any
Stump's. I Keystone Heights, were in Starke and. !Mrs. J. J, Morgan and or all hI.bo.
J. M. Alvarez and Alice Tharin Tuesday attending to business mat son, Clarence, visited her sister, Mrs. E, S. \TTHKW3: .
spent Saturday afternoon in Some specials! In ladies dress. ters. Mr. Horn heck has sold l his drugstore Brunning last Thursday. r Flircil. Chairman.A c, '.
Howard Bracken, of the U. of F., Gainesville.Rev. es for $10.00 at Sternberg's.Saturday at Keystone, but announces Buster Turner, of Gainesville, visi SivnMmy, 1J.B.I1U1.2COFFINS '>
with friends.
spent Sunday here only.G. his intention of entering other field* ted Troy Andrews hero this week. 1\CIfIII'1NIt' \ MmtDCJ7lVmt'Ift'II''CICl.: .)>:a J.
L. B. Simpson is in Jackson of endeavor there. I Mrs. Lcmnle Tillis and daughter,

:\11's Eunice visit Perkins in Bronaon.Mr returned. ville attending the annual confer- W. Brooks and family, who I I Minnie Leo, of Jacksonville, visited & CASKETS ?. 4 ,4
Monday\ from a ence of the Methodist church. !Miss Eva Rigdon returned home friends and relatives here this week.
have been here on a visit to relatives, And a Full Line of 4( ";

: R. F. Demorest spent Wed- I returned Sunday to their home in Sunday, after spending two weeks InrENTAWORD Albert Shaw, of Gainesville was II C/M /.rfaA.r0' Smppli nj '
Miss Mary Canova spent the week- Tampa. visitor here Thursday' _
in Jacksonville.
ne-day shopping end in Jacksonville with her aunt, Mrs. A. J. Wnisden., and Hazel Taylor AUTOMOBILE HEARSE Ri}
Sirs J. F. Canova. spent tho week-end at Bell with Always hand. The beat
on ear )
!Mrs. Annie B. Barrett and daughter -
:Miss Addie Dai den was a visitorto
Stella, of Jacksonville, their mother, Mrs 'I'nylor. .knr at U>. lowest prlr.. SpeD -
spent
Jacksonville Trfesday. The Big Doll will be given Thanksgiving day with !Mrs. Uar.rett's Tumor Brooker, of Gainesville( CiA' .ttci.Lloa t. Ulecraph was a visitor here last Wednesday.H. "
Special reductions on all away at I p. m. Saturday at mother, Mrs. M. K. Edwards.! P. Gniiu-y was attending to tH l as Registered-- Embalmer ml

ladies'! dresses at Sternberg's. Sternberg's. business. in Jacksonville hut \\YilmHduy. CI
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and children, I DeWITT C. JONES

.Judge A. V. Long, of Palatka I Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Foster, of Grill'm!Mrs M.motored E. Edwards to Gainesville and Mrs. Friday O. J. Tom Dukes. of Fire Mile, was a I { STARKE, FLA-

with his brother F. 11.1 lendci'sonville, N. C., Tuesday visitor hero last Thursday :
-pent Sunday spent and were guests of relatives.A. FOR SALE-Second l hand syrup x.teexnatamtpmtamtommmctmaxvxrarxtxaGET :
l.onir. here, guests at the Hotel Marion. barrels. L. G. Powell, Starkr, I t.1

I A. Futch, cashier of the Hump "
Laurie Edawards, of Jacksonville, Harold C. Wall, !Misses Ethel ton State Bank, was attending to FOR RENT-5-room house with nl I I
the week-end with his mother Griffin and Carolyn conveniences. G. YOUR MONEY PROMPTLYINMAN
spent Frlpp! motored to business matters in Starke Wednes M. Slxtrunk, ]
Mr- M. E. Edwards. Gainesville Monday afternoon.Mrs. day. Starke.

-- &. RITCH!

Mrs. E. S. Matthews spent Fridayin W. J K. Middleton and children, Mr. and Mrs.' O. L. Eoasloy returned FOR RENT-Furnished light housekeeping I HKl'KESENT HKST l LEADING

Jacksonville with her sisterinlaw Gerald and Hazel, spent the week- Monday morning from Tampa, rooms. Apply at this INSURANCE COMPANIES FIRE,
end in Jacksonville with relatives. of fire. 1 t -
Mrs Annie Richard. where they were quests of her parents ACCIDENT UFI AUTOMOBILE .

I Mr. and Mrs. and !Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Durden. FOR-SALE=Pair big, envy mules, BONDS, LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS .
Fred
Supp baby,
F. II. Long and family have returned I -- suitable for rough, heavy work. ,
of Bartow, last week of MADE PROMPTLYALWAYS
were guests
from a three weeks' stay at Real) bargains in men's, wo $150 for the pair if taken at once.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Colley.
Kinsley lake. I men's and children's Shoes al E. W. Hayes, Starke. 11-28-lf v

Col. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins returned Stump's. Some. as cheap as $1
Edwin Harry, one of Florida's foot FOR SALE Million Charleston
ball stars, motored here Sunday to I Thursday from a motor trip to per pair. Wakefield Cabbage Plants one

visit friends. Tampa, Sarasota and Bradcntown. twenty-five per 1,000. J. II. Moore, J. R. DAVIS I & CO.e

I Mr. and Mrs. Duke Newton and Lawtey, Fla. 11-21-41 !
Isoce Wainwright, of Philadelphia, The Big Doll will be given children have moved to Titusville.

is the guest of his uncle, N. D. W'ain- away at I p. m. Saturday at Mr. Newton is employed on the hard FOR SALE-Early Jersey Wakefield INSURANCEAGENCY

wright. Sternberg's. I road work., Cabbage Plants $1 per m. 75 cent
per m in 10 m lots f. o. b. Lawtey

:Mrs M. E. Edwards is spendingthe Misses Alice Tharin and Allcen Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Johns were J. L. Harrell, Lnwtey, Fla. ESTABLISHED 1886

week in Jacksonville with her Alvarez, Messrs.. Howard Bracken among those enjoying the Florida 11-21-4
Drake foot ball In Gainesville
daughter, Mr" J. L Driggs.Ladies' and Edwin Hurry motored to the game .
WANT TO BUY Portable foldIng
Thanksgiving day. or FLA.
State Farm Sunday afternoon. STARKE
I I
bath tub, with heater preferred'
and children's hats Mrs. J. E. Corpening has returned State lowest cash price, condition,
Mrs T. J. Gri.Bn, Mrs. E. M. Johns
going at half price at Stump's.Mrs. Gloria motoredto home after a visit in Jacksonville and full description. Box .11:1! :), -.
and little daug'itci. .
Gainesville r uturdcj afternoon to and Fiftone, where she was the guest Starke. Fla. It ,
F. L. Turner spent several friends. of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. A.
visit LOST-A brown canvas bag ron '. - --
Brinson. -- --
days recently in Jacksonville with
relatives. taming cards, various papers and I.
Miss Mable Edwards returned lease pad of Hart Furniture Co.,
The
Sunday from Gainesville where she new tan slippers for In Starke, Lawtey or along han
moved Mr. and into Mrs. R. J. Davis have spent several days with her sister, ladies are on display at Stern road. Finder please return to ; r
the of
cottage corner
Mrs. J. C. Adkins. berg's. Hart store in Sturke and receive I
Cherry and South streets.

Better Every Day Is Bargain Day Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Alderman, --reward. II, [ i
shoes for less
moneyat Stump's.!; Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh, Mrs. W. J. Ep FOR SALE Humphries' !Mole SAFETYI
Sternberg's. Cricket "Puppy Dog" CutWorm
I person and Miss Carolyn Fripp returned I!
Saturday from a short visitin Destroyer. It protects your

--" Tallahassee.Miss garden, large or small. Especially
recommended to Seed lied grow FIRST ;

Margaret Long and brother, ers.! Wonderful results obtained
Comer Long, came up from Titus- within 48 hours. !Price in cartoons I
ville Tuesday and are spending a only: 5 pounds $1.00; 10 pound II I Ii I

few days with their! parents, Mr. anti {1.80; 2.;> pounds $1.00; 50 pounds. ,
Mrs. F' II. Long. $7.50; tOo pounds> $11.00. E. O. I

PAINTER FERTILIZER CO., ,
('ol. and Mrs. J. E. F'utch, Mrs. N. Jacksonville, Fla.
A. Blitch and Huph Brownlee, Jr., of t 10-21-tf. II I
II tlllIi y"Iii DeLand, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Stith, of I
a Jacksonville,
were Thanksgiving day J. L. FRAZEE I
guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brown

lee ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLORAT When you KNOW that you are SAFE, you feel! !

LAWI'OSTOFFICE ''I free to act.When. ;
After a pleasant visit with parentsand BUILDING
friends over the Thanksgiving :I

holidays, Alvin Arthur Beck returned STARKE, FLA. I you KNOW that your money is SAFE,
Sunday to St. Petersburg/ wherehe
l bun a good position with a large t..!-+'.;.;+.+s+ t'.i>. ."...: I you feel free to contract, buy and invest. :

building'\ concern.J. t THER.MOSTATIC AUTOMATIC [ it I

CAUBUKETEK CONJ This bank offers you the maximum of safety. A
I. Dubose, who Is a member of
Brrrrr"Station the: U. S. Navy and for the past year ; TROL 4 single glance at our resources is ample proof of our

has been stationed at New London, ... soundness. I
Conn., arrived in Starke Friday and
P. A. S. Speaking. The next t Given! From 50 per cent to 4 i
was a guest of Mr. and !Mrs. P. M.
number on the program this evening Barefoot.Mr. t lot' per cent more mileage Money deposited with us is not only safe, but it ;

t from each gallon of gas.t available at all times for you business operations. i
and :Mrs. J. F. Klckliter, JunIor iI
DON'T BE CUT-OFF and shut in from the MacDonald Charles Lucian Kick- '.. From 100 per cent to 200 percent I
t
A radio liter, :Mr. ando l\IrI. S. S. Dowling and !better lubrication from + Play the -but play SAFE.
months. game
world during the long winter little daughter, Nettie, returned Sat- each quart of oil. 4

in home will bring news, entertainment. urday morning from Jacksonville, t -
set your where they had spent several days t Smoother running of the mo- .? I
of what
education-and a keener appreciation with relatives. The party made the tor. I

trip by automobile.The .
your fellow men are doing.
; PRICE $5.00 *.
L. T. L. will meet Thursday .
30 DAYS
GUAKANTEEI
well-known AtwaterKentRadio December the llth at ;
We are handling the afternoon, -
During the next 30 3:43, in the high school auditorium.All TRIAL :4
and supplies. 1
let members urged to be present. -
days demonstrations will be given on Tuesday.. The L. T. L. has recently been reorganized :p. II. II. YOUNG & CO.. J

nights, and on other under the direction of.fra.!\. Z E STATE DISTRIBUTORS, Ii
and Saturday
Thursday E. M. Johns and Miss[ Hilda Struth. : Stark, Fla. T

nights by appointment. The Adkins officers; Secretary are: President Louisa Brown Hazel; :.f....444...,t......t.........t. ,. BANK OF STARKEThe
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JONES Treasurer, Billy Graham. I
DEWITT C. :

I HARDWARE Judge A. V. Long and his son-in- 666 i Bank of Helpful Service

f CI.risImas law, L. T. Jarmon. of Palatka, were I
EJ.dcol
r Mat. Thi CM6tmu Oil here To .toir and Wednesday and I. a Irsecnptlae. for ; I

i, while in towf were guests of Mr. and Colds' Grippe, Dengue. He J- j
Mrs. F. HV Long and Mrs. S. E. aches. CoiutipAtion. Biliouin* '
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PACK SIX BKADFORE: COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA' FRIDAY. DECEMBER 5, 1921.r .

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COMMENTS; ON THE FLORIDA . . . .

I' STATE FAIR EXTRACTS FROM: COUNTY .'
FARMERSF. RMIN AGENTS' REPORTS '<

(By Ralph Stoutamire) a . jI
Those people who from year to
year have charge of the various Brevard-Test plots show Improvements -

iNvIT'ED county booths are learning. This from spraying with
.' S'AND TRUCKERS ARE TO CONTRIBUTE year with poorer quality and shorter home-made bordeaux-oil to control

JS ARTICLES; OF FARM EXPERIENCES AND METHODS FOUND 'quantity of products-said to be due melunose, one showing as high as 9-1

I I TO BE BEST SUITED TO OUR COUNTY. I'I'I to the seasons-those booth mana- per cent of No. 1 fruit.

I .. _. ---- gers had just as good showings as Lake-We are making definite
--
-- heretofore. it.
Arrangement did plans for the county exhibits to be
TO THE MELON:< GROWERS OFvt'd county agent write to the College of That's progress. Certain booths sent to New York in February.

FLORIDA Agriculture, University of Florida, showed poor goods but they were at-

Fyn: ;, Gainesville, and ask for copies of tractively arranged. How the ribbonis Putnam-The 10,000-cgg incubator'

The law recently passed by the I Farmers' Bulletins 070 and 847. tied on makes a big difference in ordered by county chamber of com-

"', \ legislature of Georgia providing for I the appearance of the girl. merce has arrived and been turned

e '. :', a quarantine of the state to prevent TURKEYS BY CARLOAD over to me to set up will\ be demonstrated -

1" tick re-infestation among others, provides BEING SHIPPED FROM Thirteen-is the number 13 reallya at county fair in December. ASPIRIN" and INSIST 1
SAY "BAYER
: "- ALACHUA CO. FLORIDA
: hoodoo?counties, two communities -
.. "Ba it further enacted by the au- and one or two individual farms Okeechobee-Helped couple of new
That turkey raising is an important settlers from North started tablets are
get on Cross" on you
thorty aforesaid 1 that, to prevent re- displayed their many and varied pro- Unless you see the "Bayer
business in of Florida is their farms Is in
,I. infestation of the tick free area of parts ducts. Columbia, Dade, Duval, Gads- truck ; one putting proved safe
hidesor I indicated by a recent article in the 10 acres and other 25 acres of mixed not getting the genuine Bayer Aspirin
Georgia through tick infested den, Jefferson, Leon, Levy, Madison
Gainesville Sun. It read as follows: Dixie Cattle Ranch has 24 for
vegetables.
through pine straw or other ma- Nassau, Palm Beach, Santa Rosa, by millions and prescribed by physicians years
of
"Five solid carloads turkeys, 000 acres in Brazilian Molasses grant
terial used for bedding or other purposes Taylor and Wakulla were the coun-
comprising thousands of birds, have for which is beautiful
pasture a
the shipping or transportingof ties represented. Lloyd and Redlands Headache
been shipped from the west end of sight. Colds
hides or the use of pine straw or were the communities that showed.
Alachua county In the last week, to
other materials exposed to tick Infestation -
Alachua-Our county fair was
the tables of northern homeson
originating in the tick Infested grace More counties should have shown. held this week; community exhibitswere Pain Neuralgia

and quarantined area of any Thanksgiving."Three Out of 63 only 13 was sufficiently in best ever shown here; livestock

other state into, within or through of the cars were shipped terested. When only 2 per cent of a exhibits were a credit to almost any Toothache Lumbago
Georgia is hereby prohibited." from Trenton and two from Bell, and team wants to play, there's some- fair. "

, Under date of September 29th., are said to be the biggest shipmentsever thing wrong. If that is destructive

I k4:: Dr. Peter .F'. Bohnsen, State Veterinarian made from this part of the criticism, the caps fits somebody. He Seminole-Growers met Friday to ,.." Neuritis RheumatismAccept

writes as follows: State. The turkey trade promises to ought to be willing to wear it. hear report of N. \V. Ayers and Son e e

r become a new and paying industryfor on proposed advertising campaign
f. "Responding to your inquiry under directions.
date of September 20th, beg leave to this county as turkeys raised Three features 01 toe general agricultural for celery; this proposition is backed only "AEI er" package\ which contains proven
I hero are in demand on account of building can be lauded. heartily by local bankers. bottles of 24 and 100-Druggists.
; advise: In order) that the pine straw, Handy "Bayer" boxes of 12 tll.bletAllio
i< their fine qualities and tenderness of Home demonstration exhibits, Smith- of Moooncc--aeMeilcr: of SallcylleacU
materials Manufacture
hay, straw and similar Eacambia of Aspirin la the trade mark of Buyer
I flesh. Hughes agricultural school displays -Every community
used for bedding in shipments originating -
The price received and the amount and the boys' club show-in the order importance have been visited in last -
i in the tick infested and quar- of money that went into the pocketsof mentioned-were improvements over two weeks, enrolling boys for club S. C. returned the State Fair in Jacksonville last
antine area shall be free of tick infestation Chapin and Columbia, ,
I
the farmers-and in some cases last year. work next year. Much interest is be- week.
and non-infectious all ma- the pockets of the housewiveswerenot ing shown in shipping live poultry home Sunday. Miss Aileen Knight spent Sun

terials used for bedding or packing ; mentioned. However, it is safeto In the woman's building there was from here next season. Mrs. W. T. Wright is visitingher I day in Jacksonville the guest of Miss!

in shipments intended for shipmentinto say that those farm people have not a few things that were pleasing parents in Georgia. Frances King.

or through the State of Georgia considerable spending money right to the eye as well as being educa- St. Lucie-Checked up on mela- Miss Louise Sims spent Thanks- Mrs. II. T. Priester spent Mondayin

shall originate in the tick free area now. Specialists of the Florida Col- tional. The fair management had nose-spraying experiments of last giving at her home in Weston Ga. Jacksonville.

j released from quarantine, and shinprd lege of Agriculture encourage the better wish the entire fair as goodas spring found results satisfactory; Maurice and John Langford, wal- Frineds of Mrs. J. E. Donald are

I into the quarantined area in raising of turkeys, as well as other this part of it. Some of the floral packing house managers have prom ter Knight and Hughes Register,, know she is improving, aftera
glean cars and shall be so handled as ised to records of of glad to
selections magnificent. Art keep : grades the University of
were who attending
types of poultry, as often as tho opportunity are and serious ilness.
to prevent becoming infectious. fruit from different which long
is theirs to do work was striking. groves, Florida spent the week-end here. '
so.
Under date of October Oth, Dr. That considerable local interestwas will help much in checking up these Judge Kelley, of Madison, visited Mrs. Jack Haile, of Washington, .l'(
Bohnxes wrote: Concerning the poultry show: Last experiments. D. C., is the guest of her mother,
attached to the shipping of the relatives here Sunday.
"Replying to under date of year this writer passed it up by say- Mrs. Onie Pons.
yours birds is shown by tho final paragraph Osceola-Farmers Among those attending the Flor-
took better
I ing there never had been a better one care of Provi-
October 3, in reference to melon Mr. Wilshire Brooks
of that article: "A representative of.. at Gainesville
of their citrus this than ordi- ida-Drake game
in the State. This he believes it year
shipments into or through Georgia,, year dence was shopping here Monday.
a national news reel moving picture Mr. and Mrs. ,
were:
and the fruit is Thanksgiving
is just as good. However why is it narily showing great in
,
beg to advise that properly handled concern was at Trenton when the it reaches Rosenburg and family Dr. and !Mrs, Dewey Duke, of Olustee, was
that that filled with improvement as packing
building not
was
excelsior, new shavings and sawdustor town visiting friends Sunday.
last consignment was made, and houses.Hillsborough. J. M. Mann. Malcolm Long and N. B.
other mill products not exposed to ground off several yards of picturesof de-pend Rosier. Mrs. G. Parnell, of Jacksonville,

tick infestation, will be acceptable to the shipment for distribution over I -We shall soon have Blanche Roberts and Mrs. F. spent Thanksgiving here the guestof
and West to down Miss
this department for bedding in mel- the ma Virginia bring strawberries. Mrs. L. A. Duncan.
Business
country. men would ripe few last weekin her mother,
Rawls days
chickens for our folks to see, whenwe've O. spent a
on shipments. say of the distribution of pictureslike Jacksonville.Miss Prof. Lovell, who is teaching at
got just as good of our own?
These letters are self explanatory. that, "Now that's the kind of 'alton-Farmers were busy this the Oxford, spent Thanksgiving here
Nita Tomlinson was
That also applies to other shows of week fall and
The melon growers of Florida should publicity which counts." sowing grain crops his wife.
of Miss Pearl Brown.
the fair. harvesting. We much guest
are shipping
understand the situation be
and and Miss Mrs. G. W. Colman spent
Mrs. Iva T. Sprinkle Mr. and
I 1 governed accordingly. If straw is to GAS THE PECAN COSSIUwrrll nice truck, to the delight of growers.
The hog show was all right; no Margaret Townsend, of Ocala, spent Thursday and Friday in Jacksonville.\
bo used negotiations\ should] be con- CARBON BISULPHIDE kick to make the old
except same Broward-We are preparing to< the week-end here.

ducted at onre from each shipping one-Why do not Florida's own hold a county fair early in the< Mr. L. Joselove, of High Springs. Remarkable Remarks: By the
point with the sources of supply of There is a new way to put out of
J breeders these withinthestate
patronize Association of Chi-
spring. Master Barbers
business the that bores holes I was a business visitor here Monday.
suitable straw. Sit far two worm
.. 1 only concerns -
fairs? Florida hogmen had
"Such fashion (that of
Christine Townsend is expected cago, a
I J have made prices to this office and tunnels in the pecan tree. lie can mighty fine animals there but LAKE BUTLER Miss
some ,
I home this week after a sev- growing whiskers) would so utterly
\ bu killed while his
These will that doing dirty work
( ; vary so no price now few. It Is to Florida
e, 3 J offered could be used other than a and he who kills him should not be Iso thusiast. It is galling all right for a the out-of-en- Lake Butler Dec. Conventioi eral week' visit with her sister, Mrs.J. deface America as to make American !'

!II I guide to the approximate cost of the accused of cruelty to animals. of the Church of Christ was held In 1. Smith in Mlbournc. citizens difficult to distinguish
I state man to show, but show yourselfand '
: i materials. The price quoted by the Gassing is the method that makesthis I beat this invader; show him and Lake Butler Sunday Nov. 30. The day Mr. and Mrs. J.V.. Townsend from Russians..

I Leonard Crossct and Riley of Cincinnati possible. Carbon bisulphide is others that "It can be done in Flor- was beautiful, a real Florida day, atypical spent Thanksgiving at Orange Our \idea! of honor unruffled comes i

for wheat straw delivered to I the gas. Drop a few drops in each ida." fall day, in our land of flow Spring.Mr. from Italy, where a member of the .

\ Ix-esburg& was $2.150.: The Dun B hole in the trunk or branch of the ers. The attendance was very large, Jesse Johnson, accompanied by house of deputies, challenged a fellow -

I Granger and Company of Cincinnati then seal up tight with putty or I We hate to mention it, but that church being crowded and a fine program Mrs. W. M. Johnson, Misses Willie member to a duel after an "in-

furnish various grades of straw stiff clay. The liquid poison turns to cattle show was worst than nothing,, I for the two days, Saturday and Mae Johnson and Connie Padgett, sult," and after being wounded six

Which they will quote per grade to a vapor, the worm breathes the gas ; considering quality. We saw 'a handful Suinluy was nicely carried out. On spent Saturday in Jacksonville. times, insisted that his honor was

those concerned. and dies. I of fine animals, but? we were so I Sunday dinner was served and the Although the Union IIi
li The Pcnxac'ola Excelsior Company Calcium cyanide dust may be used disappointed that we were ill the tables were well filled with almost defeated in the foot ball game with

nro large handlers of excelsior ami Instead of carbon bisulphide. Drop I rest of the day. Florida has lots of anything the heart could wish and Brunswick Thanksgiving they are
To Cure
Cold In One
the Florida Spring Bed Manufacturing about 15: grains of 60-percent dust fine dairy stock, if not beef cattle. enough left to feed a large crowd. preparing for a good basket ball sea- a Day
Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE (Tablet). It
; Co., also handle, this material! into each hole and seal as when using I Why were they not there? More Rev. Gallagher of South Jackson- I Mope the (ouflh and Headache mad worksofftha j

Various kinds and l grades can be had the other material. I destructive criticism, you say? Well, ville, preached Saturday night to avery son.Mr.. and Mrs. L. O. Rivers attended Cold. E. W. GROVE alilaature on each box Sea )

i at different places and l prices. The This remedy is suggested by A. II. make the most of it. This feature appreciated audience. At Sun- 1

prevailing price when we had occasion Beyer, assistant entomologist of the I needs lots of it. day noon the convention was fortunate -

to investigate was $19.40 for Florida Experiment Station,who tells I enough to have Judge Jaa. R. "COULD BETTER FERTILIZER BE MADE WE WOULD HAKE IT"

Standard fine, F. O. B. point of ship- below how this pest may be found The negro building showed! much Kelley of Madison with them. lie Is Jay 11th Prlcellat of the old reliable B 1MON PURE" and .'GEM BRANDS w

/ ment. and what it looks like. to convince one that these people are an old native of Bradford county anda r ar. .I lit lnlo. PALL PRICES. S........* of QUALITY; for tie put forty rean WloMa ..

My sugestion is that some melon "The presence of this larva may be doing better all the time. This writer man well known and loved by every Ga.wan. Frtoai rllht qnalltr aonalaered. >>'"< the chaapeet bat the BEST fa* e.

growers at each shipping point poll has seen this fair regularly for one in Bradford and Union counties.lie eulta. .... ft arlcellit INSBCTICIOBS BPBATBR8. DUSTERS sad DUSTS.E. .

their orders and have distrib-uted five years, and the negro exhibits is an eloquent speaker and can
car lots the material one which to handlein they I I have steadily and consistently im hold the attention of his audience. O. Painter Fertilizer Co. JackionrilJe, Fla

decide to use. Where there is a ed holes from a quarter to three- proved. It hm been said the black His subject was "Enforcement ot -

\I Growers association it can preform | eighths of an inch in size, which may man merely imitates the white man. the Law," and he certainly handled

i this office readily. Where there is no be found on the trunk or larger limbsof Let it be said here that he does it it in a brilliant manner the expla-

association growers will have to the trees. Sap may also be detected well; sometimes we thing he has nation being perfect. Five addresses

l t make arrangement with a local feed oozing from these holes. I done better than he was shown. were made by the pastor Rev. W. T.

merchant or other party to handle "These larvae bore tunnels into the I'1)VE) : HILL McGurie and our old white head

the shipment\ for them. You cannot hard wood of the tree, making galleries Pine'Hill, Dec., -Mr. and Mrs. G. Elder .;ev. J. B. Crews who is

N begin too early preparing for the : several inches in length. The F. Johns and daughter, Doris were known by us all as Uncle Dock. The

shipping season. This olllce\ cannot full-grown larva is about an inch attending to business in eLand and choir rendered some sweet songs.

undertake to perform this function and a half in length. The baby is ofa ; Lecsburg Saturday making the trip Miss Addie Mae Raulerson was or- '.

j in any way. pinkish color with scattered fine by motor. ganist. The clarinet played by Mr.S. 1' 4 j

NATHAN MAYO, short hairs In the early spring the Mr. and. Mrs. E. L. Youngblood/ and : F.. Ititch, of Starke, added greatly
l I Commissioner of Agriculture. larva transforms to a pupa which in littcl to the music.
son, Lawton were the guest of
several weeks forms a moth of I Sunday night the convention
gray- came
her Mr. and Mrs. ,
WHY SWEET: POr.W STORAGE ish color about 1 and threequartersof Sunday.Mr.parents. A. C. Hall to a close at which time the pastor, : TMD.rdS,. dCoat ra
,
: HOUSES SHOULD BE BUILT an "inch in breadth, with expanded I Nelson Dowling and daughter, I Rev. W. T. McGurie preached a noble
I wings.
Why build a sweet potato storage This Mrs. Minnie Nutal of Pompano, arrived sermon appropriate to the occasion. 1
worm attacks oak and hick- Delegates and visitors from Live
house here last week
T visiting their
Answering this question ory trees as well)) as the pecan. It I Oak were: K. M. Clayton and family, 1
specialists son and brother, E. J. Dowling. e
with the
connected State I ICollt.ge
causes the death of many trees. Jack J. A. Horne and wife, C. C. Bass and )
Padgett of Graham
of ,
Agriculture and was a
experiment Therefore, the earlier it is killed the visitor three sisters. Misses Nellie, Nettie
station : at the home of A. C. Hall
say
better. Mae and Stella also Mrs.
Gwyndolin
1. It will keep tho potatoes at a Sunday evening.
Driving a flatheaded nail into the 1'urnell. en
minimum of loss from rot. tunnels Miss Ruby Harvey, of Hampton,
i is another method of killing From Falworth Misses Grace
2. The curing spent the later part of last week
process improves the
the
borers. It is recommended Weeks and Jewell Nobles
by Graham
,
here with her cousin
flavor of the potatoes and makes Clemmie and
some growers. Its disadvantage lies Miss Frances Murrhee, Tampa, L. G.
them Lucile Hall and
' more salable. I was accompaniedhome
j 3. The house can be entered and In that it may injure the tree. by her cousin Lucile Hall.C. Barry, Sampson City, H. M. Jones. asBuickbuilds it'Has

J tho potatoes removed during wet--or WOODLAWN A. Younrfblooc!, .)f OVaham, wzs Mrs. J. C. Raulerson and daughters -
I cold the guest of A. C. Hall Estelle Addie Mae and Mark'aret .
weather. This is not practicable Monday.Mr. two wide doors which
i with dirt banks. Woodlawn, Doc. 6--J. S. Nroman and Mrs. A. A. Youngblood, of also Sam Hargrett have returned permit peopleto

.: 4. Sweet potatoes produce three and daughter Miss Lois, were wisi- the Ft. Harley section spent Sunday have been from Lakeland where they enter or leave the rear seat from either .

' l times the feed value of corn to the tors to Starke Saturday afternoon.Mr. afternoon with \Mr. and Mrs. E. J. visiting Mrs. G. A. Devane, side without forcing front seat
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Raul- occupants
acre. You build cribs for your corn. and Mrs.! Walter Wilkinson, of Dowling.Mr. .
, Why not build a house for your potatoes I Vanderbilt were the guests Sundayof Tommie OUhnm. and Jack rson.Mr. to get out of the car. As Buick builds the
' ? their adgctt, of Graham were business and Mrs. Jesse Dowling, of Coach it
. j sister Mrs. Maggie Brown- Daytona[ is a convenient, modern substantial
were visiting relatives here -
f g 5. Sweet potatoes are relished by ing. visitors at the home of G. F. Johns

l all classes of live stock. A storage Mrs. Roden spent Sunday in Jack- Monday.Mr. this their week. They were accompaniedby smart-looking closed car with

,' house will enable you to feed them sonvijle the guest of her daughter and Mrs. II. W. Harvey of and Agnes.Mr. two. daughters Misses Nina Body by Fisher-

I t:, the year round. Mrs. Will Yarbour.Mrs. Hampton, were the guests of Mr. and

6. Sweet potatoes reduce the cost O. J. Phillips and sister, Miss 'Irs. A. C. Hall Monday.Mrs. working. N.In L.Daytona Varnes, who for has the been And in addition to Buick's two Coaches
.
, of production of milk and pork. A Beatrice Phillips, of \Miami arrived Tommie Oldham, of Graham past '
I ) storage house enables you to feed Saturday to spend the holidays herewith and sister-in-law, Miss Katherine month, returned home this week but there are twentythree other Buick modeb ;+j-j a,
i expects to return
f them daily. relatives.B. Oldham> of Jacksonville bad an automobile to Daytona in a from which to select Buick ':

'w 7. The storage house is simple and I F. Upton, of Lake City was a accident Saturday evening couple Mrs. of weeks. your ..?.,...
W. E.
business when an automobile hit their Jennings, who has been ,
". economical of construction and oper- visitor here Tuesday.Mr. car
.. : ation. Any farmer who Is handy with Colson Smith, of Jacksonville, near the Bradford and Alachua county Waiting relatives and friends in Standard Six Coach *129$ .

I a saw and hammer can build one. was the guest Thursday of Mr. and bridge. No one was hurt. Habitual Constipation Cured Master Six
Seven good reasons why every \Mrs. Dalton Carter. Mrs. Nets Dysl I and family, of In 14 to 21 Days Coach 1495

farmer, or at least every farming Messrs. Leon, Troy and Guy Nor Ziff, spent Thanksgiving here with LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN"ls a specially -IH p..l.1 A,. .*........'M Faro G,_ --..",.. ... ...
MAC P.a4... ,.
community, should. have A modern man attended the show at Starke elatlves.Mr. prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habitual .....p.,4..,.. Dl"m,P._... '.
sweet potato storage house. See Thursday evening. and Mrs. Tommie Oldham of bostipatton. It relieves promptly and
your should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days LAKE CITY BUICK
who will Miss Mozell Graham and sister, Miss Katherine COMPANY
agent
give you helpful In- Browning, of Jackson. to Induce regular action. It Stimulates and
formation or have it sent direct to vile, spent Sunday here with her parents 'of Jacksonville, and others were the Regulates Very Pleaaant to Take. 60o J M. Snit Manager.

you. If not convenient to consult the i II I guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hall pc bottle Baker, Bradford, Columbia and UnionJCountie;

and, family Saturday night. -- '..' .,
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FRIDAY DECEMBER I 5. l'J2t. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKK. FLORIDA
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_. .. ter. Daisy are spending awhile with Tony Thomas, and Mrs. Sarah Dowling Sunday afternoon pen,. n corporation. Wnl. Dli'kmnn. N.-r>.

.. ---"lO'Q: her sister-in-law, Mrs. T. D. Dyal. I Drawdy, of LaCrosse Clyde and Wilbur Hall spent Monday I HaKHm.n.M.ry:: : Karhvlhooner: J. M. Kaehel-':

O .. : .S lure! :i.; f'l LeRoy Wasdin Dock Thomas, of | The deceived was laid to rest bo- with their slater, Mrs E. hiK.iwr.,\ Henry Itall.)'. llmler.Veley Wm. T. T.ylor. W.ulman.nrahum civilian.

-- Graham and Allen Thomas of Pine side his wife in New Hope cemetery Younnblood. L'I Jonas, Jnmm .. IJilltln. Abase I'. Ikiholtt

mtticLSALLiE Hill, were in our section Friday November 2fl. Rev. J. II. Kelley, of \llary'...."".J. l.lnti imiMwlliin./ F..n". M.. 1'.Wm.drown.C. Wm.Vancey.C.

I : night. the Primitive Baptist church of THEY STAYED AT HOME Jacob ('. IWIer l unit Cho.. .K Yea nam.. of
known imrlln. ir list" and Ir .
deed nil
which Mr. Thomas faithful
Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Dyal spent the was a 'wrtlm' oliilmiiiK an Interact under laid

.. .- -" --- week-end here with relatives and member, conducted the funeral serv "The Lodge meets tonight" said known parti. ami Mh of them deceased.
0" nihvrwlMnml. nil
ices. perils rlalmlnv. an In- .
friends. Brother Brown lens Jllc"n .
GOES DANCINGIt I .H1"1"' Joh.Vm. Crosby "
us, at u little table.
lohn
Mr. Riley Thomas and of Mac- "But I don't believe that I'll down Hlchard. and Archibald M. Johns. each
son, go I 9
'"
Ills back or olhrrwimi and
was turned but he must ; Charlra F.
l'INESTLE 111 LI. I'm tired and it's cold! Kdirard I'ac.: Mnn.le: j'.: pHo .,:
was perfect, being out again in have clenny attended the funeral of his pretty tonight. and mewls !
with friends overheard the entire talk. He brother Daniel Thomas. Hut everything will all right ... .- belt HI law of H..... \1:. I'.,,. deceased) .,
; surroundings my could have I go a.,1. nil partli .-'.Imln..n t
moved his
ga; head one inch Pine Castle Hill Nov. 23-Mr. imereat .
,
uhout; me. Ae we circled the Japanese !Mr. and Mrs II. E. Thomas and If I'm not there." Se he sat and read Mid tie."w K I',.,.. deeeasrL| ,,r otherwta" ;
and acknowledged our But Rosevelt Hall of Tampa spent the ;,
presence. i ,
The
paper awhile, then went to bed : anil
familiar voices
Garden greeted no, he was paying the waiter and little son, Floyd of Brooker !spent! a later part of last week here with his I c1l.unknowntl's rtiue lalntingnci.. Intenatlip.1.1.
.
table. Having stayed at home from the In I. """ h..ln steer
from every few here last week with their ewwrildl:
me leaving the table. I days parents, Mr. and !Mrs A. C. hall ORI.h'rJ. NU : ,
Practically the same was the sen- lIe parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Thomas. meeting. Ynu and 'aoh ot ,
entered a telephone booth and Mrs. G. F. Johns and !Miss Clem- yen a.. hereby .lulNd ,
of their welcome: "So gladto "The Lodge meets tonight, said 10 .be and, ap""Hr ....to... the
timent then Mrs. E. T. Steward and son, Paul, Jud. nt the
came back to the door, !spoke! to mie Hall were visiting friends at Brother rourl far *".> KlirtMh Ju.Ticlnicirauith
I Gray
see you out again"-"It's greatto the head waiter and departed. of Brooker and Mrs. R. P. Lewis and Hampton Monday. ot .. '<1 In and far Bradford. County. on v
have you back again" and so on Jove children, Beulah and Oulda, attended "But I guess I'd better stay away; the day of .'"b.u.", A. t). ll 3o. at
"By exclaimed Bob "wasn'tthat Those attending the Alachua fair "
tourt house In ...
I don't like the the folks alit ( .Iy. In Stark. Mo"Ma. '
way
but behind the flippant words there Curtiss Wright just leaving?" the cane grinding at Mr. and Mrs. J. I at Gainesville were: Mr. and Mrs. young to answer a hill of complaint exhibited. .
take
of genuine sincerity.The W. .....i.... ymr, (I" ,end Court by J. ... .
ring Lewis' Thursday afternoon. M. AI.. '
wan a He addressed me, for Ted and Marj E. J. Dowling and little !son! Earnest Things into their hands, and try to I .'Th,. Bradford' County lYIeitranh.. a weekly

room-an enchanting repro- were both dancing. Mr. Daniel D. Thomas, the oldest Jr., !Mrs. A. C. Hall and daughters make ". w.pai>rr nublUhed In i4e, rk.. Brad,.,",

duction of a Japanese attire. The garden-was "Uh-hum" I nodded."I I citizen of this community, 84 yearsof I Clemmie and Lucile and !Misses Leila The good: of the Order all jokes and, I 1'ounty nrwepaper]; '| Morldn.:lu: which I. hereby Ihl. notce dnlVnateil: shell l be n pub the.
artistic
clad in holiday wish I could have hailed him age, died last Tuesday, Nov. 25, 'and Rachel Dryden. i I fun- Ilnh..d for elyht conjecutlve .......

and bizarre lanterns winked mysteriously and made him join our party. lie's at the home of his son, J. B. Thomas I Mr. and !Mrs. Willie Reynolds, of I I think something sensible ought to n Th Ulb land auw...'.e.the......title In to.the which bill of complaint

casting the room, with its your father's guest isn't he, Sallie?" where he has lived for several years. '''aldoV're visiting her uncle and be done." is' quleteil aiialn>t the il..r..ndanta: end aHtln: ( .

cherry blossomed About tapestries into Once more I nodded. I The deceased was born September aunt Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hall, one So ho stayed at home from the meet :of niortaiuK.a aamo are roughs aa follow to be*, cancelml towlt-;; South over half portion of i

semi-darkness. midnight, as "See much of him ?" 10, 1840 in Lownes county Georgia day last week.' ing. Northwest quartets and Southwent quarter of
.
was the usual custom Santa Claus "Not 'specially." I tried to be Indifferent and enlisted in the Confederate Armyat Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Johns and! lit Thus one and another made excuse 6,South.. ..tRant.l. 22 of Faat.Suction and South III, Tiiwn.hlp halt of

would. appear, gift laden and everyone and thus hide my interest I the age of 20, in which he served tie daughter, Doris were visiting And said as long as they paid their Norlhuut quartrr. North half of 8outhea

would begin the happy round of in the subject. 1.4 years. lIe then came to Bradford : friends at Sampson City and New dues .luaHer uuarter. w".Snuthwivt., quarter. quarter, of Soutbnat. of lulu t

"Mciry Christmas! "Be decent to him," Bob con I county where he has lived since lIe :i River Sunday. evening And assessments promptly they of Hoiithi.nut quarter.' South rat quarter quartr of

I had though I would not dance on leaves to mourn his departurefour i i !Mr. and Mrs. C. 13. Roberta and Northwest quarter and Northeant quarur of
,
tinued. "lIe's worth while Sallie in could not Southwei.1 .
; see quarter, all In Section 24, and
aci'nunt of daddy's illness, but I am fact he's the most thoroughly splendid I brothers and one sister: Messrs. niece, !Miss Edna Dukes, of Graham, What the difference won it they N. W. quarter. o f orcait quarter. of Seo-
susceptible to environment that and the of Mr. and Mrs. gun SB, .all In Town.hl| il Mouth Rant 21
so chap I've ever known. True to Mitchell Ivery Aaron Riley were guest E. J. should bo Kee, and. rontnlnlnir In nil :linn iirran, morn or .
resolutions battered
my upright were b'c.. and) lyuMrami.,I \ -
his ideals-absolutely-and lives up Away from the Lodge on meeting bvltm In Hrnilfonl roan ,
down before we ever reached the ty. r lorina.
Ted and I dropping almost to them without being in the least night; Wit!;'...," my l"1' and ere| "' add fnmi I

table into the divine Argentine unconsciously priggish.! / Ih"'"" happiest when he is IT PAYS To MARKET BEEF OF QUALITY And nrcued to prove that they were till* the :.Ir.l d lay of Dt U."'i>mbfr.W. ALUKKMAN A. D 10114. ,

Tuniro: that the orchestra was play- least noticed. JAN. FEB MAP APR MAY JUNE JOiY AUS. SEVT OCT NOk! DEC, right ISpelt Clerk Circuit, Court
In U" t:. 1\. K"h.h'
from .
"Tell me more of him. I could no staying at home the meeting
too Los. U.ftfit-I-l1I:
inc .ie'puty Cie. "
Returning: to the table Bob Chcn- I longer conceal my Interest. etcDRKEp nIt And tho earnest officers of that

ou-th and I began a lively conversation "lie has made money lots of it," 3.00 tE + Lag _}1, rILoo Lodge! '.'! .c.l"'Allt OHMtU C""","pun".t. 1 Shoe.PUHI"p,ICATUI.N PloHita. Rlui"i I ,I.
Bob And the faithful few who didn'tdodge. ,,. .
went on talking. "lie turned Circuit llrailfonl. County In .-I I",n

"My: word, Sallie but you love down a tremendous job last year because I evry.Th. Cltlirn.( Hand of Knlfonl..
the directors of the company Around tholr < We watching and
dancing./ were you refused to put the sanitationin $ AgjF QR -) nut did both their own and other's 5a
you seemed a part of the rhythm. proper t) tb Oyal. I Iwl.lnwl t nl IW.-nriant.

"I don't know about that," I responded the workmen's living quarters. CHtaICE work II' "I'l'innim" by nlN.l.nH' upponiM 1 to .tlihill .. ,
m Mind you" Bob( was eloquent, "it $1000 Grew dNcournged! at last and In ; aid In th,. "nbnvi.tin! "....,, Mint. PI .
"but music and .
dancing areas rl? Illlch and Jolin Rash h"r liiubnn.l Ii.
to existence would not have cast the slightest dismay "l,.r">n"lnntM .h... In naminl' ore non-rMilihinl <
necessary my as-" personal reflection on Wright, but $900 \ The Grand Ledge tank the charter ..r ,h.. 1 State of. Klorlila. unit I ihoy am. reel'
champagne and chicken Eugenie. dome. of th,- Pity of Valilmiln.. Still of Ooortrln .-
"Of Bob replied in a evidently he couldn't make it square I awnyn"cauR. .ihnl they iiri over the IIITI of tWHntyony.nr .
course $800 .. nil at homo from tinmooting. : II In thi.rfon .
with that strict sense of honor that HtiiM'.l : > itMi-n-il that .Mil nonnnlnVnt -
spirited manner, "I've always feltorl'Y I defendants, .' b,. nn.l, they ant hurabyminimi .
.- for the religious bigots, who he puts ahead of fame and money. 4gS 1fIIIf"' a"I"'nr, to tho hill .if complaint
The others came back and began' $100 1925pR1 M ,.... ii.I.; In .old: | | rHiu. on or li<*fon* Monilay.' the
make their middle-ages sour by railing .... -" day, of Jnnimry A. l I1. till: !. othcrwllit tha
against dancing and the younger telling stories. Ted was beginning to ROUT RHEUMATISMNo ull.i.nlln. .I "ul.1| | bill|| wm. ,? ,lakun, ?, eon
be boisterous. lIe told a story that I $6.00 f , generation more stiff joints, no more stab I In further. merit' that( this order be pub-

if he resented. After Bob's eulogy of Cur- ..... .. in the musclesr, no more aching paint. I llnhiil I once a work) for four coni.M>litv'' ......k.
"Ban possible
extremes $ 500 .we. yy
i tiss Wright Ted's story seemed even from rheumatism. Sounds. too good I In the HiHilforil County Tvlrgraiih a n....".. '
"for extremes in 'I"" ", 'I.. "ul .
added anything are "J1"1"" County anil $lat.
than "out of the be l I.
more incongruously to true but it true.J.EONARDI'S Thin .
whether Itwmbvr ''Int. Him.
dangerous. Pericles knew it. lie said Is condition and quality rather than wi-lKlil: Hint ilo'lili1 u steer ELIXIR

secret of is picture. Is to be placed In the I beef cattle clnoHlflcntlon. Within lisp rln' It Is condition FOR ,/ O. W. ALDERMAN
'the success happiness C"rkHiillellor
TUB BLOOD will cure rheu V"/! CINlllt Court.
I was dancing when I saw Curtiss your
and the secret of happiness ismoderation' und quality Unit largely determine the amount ol proIII that goes to the matism enable APKIN8.
you to move around
Wright re-enter. lie was not alone.A for Cnmnlalnanl.' 124.61.1-g.{
.'* shipper. Choice to prime steers bring from 75 rents to $:Y73 per Imodr"l.w'lght with perfect freedom mike

girl was with him. !My heart began over the common light stock according to a study rustle of IlKhtwrlicht", feel like a new It drives you ullnFU nut iM'iiiir\rios, w
encouraged. person.
"Yes on we
,
yes go
pounding./! missed a step. steers coming to the Chicago market by the Seurs-Knvbuck::! Axrlculturul Koundatlon. the poison from tile system. Don't 'InIraiill. Court, Not or Klorliln. Elahth' M
\v hat I mean is that harping on .lu.llrlnl Circuit llrmlffinl C.ounly. In ohan-
"What's the Sallie/" Ted wait but it .
matter try now. You will feel c.'ryllmtrlm
dancing for instance never stopped
many people, from dancing and all was talking. "Lots of girl. have The bulk of the shipments are rloiHlflod under the grades of prime Htecr, the result almost with the first Dunitan. Complainant n .

the notoriety about its 'indecencies'! learned to dance on my feet, but thisis 1,2O to 1GOO pounds, ; choice steers. 1,150 to 1IMN pounds, ; good! steers l.inO: dose.LEONARDI'S. ...'* 1111"".". Pcfvniliint.,'

the first time I've ever seen you to l.GOO( pounds ; medium steers, 1,1(10 to 1.4M) pounds. and 1 common roughstl'r8. ELIXIR FOR II nniH-nrlnv, .by aiflilavlt appended to the
,
better hill .
certainly not giving a or more TilE BLOOD strengthens and in. lll.'il In It ahovii ulalnl' oauM thai L uplifting thought to the youth of the napping." OlIO to lay:) pounds. These are the chiH incutIunn of the United States viKoratrs, tones and stimulate PIIMKIIII l the ilrfvnilant. ... therein named., la a
the
non-rml.lriit of Ih.. Hint. ,,f and 1 h.
Bureau of Markets.
nation. 1 smiled vaguely, scarcely realiz- whole nystrm. Insist on LEON. h" n>lil..nl. of III. City/ ..f (' FI".ItI"1. .

I had listened intently to what ing what he was saying. In another Prime brpt'1I'et'S are the Ideal type combining exceptional breiMlIng and ARDI'S ELIXIR In the y"ow of Ciiyiihiiun.' state of Ohio and h" ,C"unt"I I

Bob was saying when I saw something moment we would be around the thorough finishing. Short neck and short legs, smooth lU'wh, and well-hlled, package. At nil druggists. thi-It use I In, lhn of twenty.onu>fiiru nnlorni yes,.that nail! non

/ that took me apart from the fountain again and would pass their bulging briskets. are prerequisites I'rlme beef steers are rare, even steers n'..dent, ilrfKmlnnt Iw. anil ho In, hereby r.-
rhamrterln- OKDKK: KOK I'UIII Il'A nUN nulri, >d In al" ''-.' hi the bill' of complaint' std' '
table. good enough to crude us choice lire few. They show most of the "
In ......
conversation. In Circuit Court. stet of lorliln. tClxhth.Indicia iialil .. on or .before Monday the 6th
Curtiss Wright was sitting next to (To be continued) tics of the prime grade! /good breeding", and, long feoillnif. Htnoi>th IU>"h and thick ('Intuit llrnilfor.1 County In Chnii. day of January' A. .II. I III2A.\ othrrwhui the alliuntloni. -
fatOn the Mock the quality steer will show a good proportion of red 1 meat ct'ry.Murnh. of .aid) hill will Iw taki>n aa ci.nf.iM.
K "I'lank. ComplillnuntMe .-.I by .old 1 dpfcn.lant.. .
covered with 11 modest amount of smooth white fat. The'. lean while llrm nf v. It l U further i.nliTnl that thin odes hn pub-

COOUDGE'S FARM: COMMISSION: ) proposed later is expected to be given texture, will he mellow to the touch. The carcass Hhntild l curry down full to ,HI.. S, III,.won.. ,.t alu .l.fcn.lunl. llnhnil one n wm-k for four. noniuiiiutlvii weeks.
It nmii'iirlnic. by iilTlilnvIl ti thu lilll sled In thillrn.lfnrd County .
> TVh-ifrnph
MAKES DECISION TO PROCEED with the hope of correlating or the hock, being highly marbled, with bright lean of a> tine urnln. ,In the above ntnt..1 cauu .ihnt MollU H. publUhnl, 1 In said County and.. Blat a IMwmwIKT -

ALONG THREE DISTINCT LINES: eliminating objectionable featuresand Itlowem. lavl .;. ItlowiTM and I Mont. Han. Thl. Di-cvmlwr, 3rd, 11)14.
.
.'u the ffiidnnlji thpritln "..m..I... non U. W. ,AI.DKRMAN.:
arriving a plan which will suit '. 17 YEARS OF MEAT CONSUMPTION IN THE U.s. ...'.101.'.... nf the Hluu of .'.....101... and ....- I tare!,' Clerk:, (''".""' Cnu.
Study of Pending Farm Legislation, all interested parties. 51,1., ... an folliiwn Mrillln H. Hlowvni an.Itnvid A/. ADKINH.
K.: Itlow.'n. now iwiil.lo at Clayton. Hntolti| for (:'mttplftlnnnt.SUK' l2-a-tl'1.2.
Administration of ., .
Into .
Inqury Present! farm laws will be !gone Sou.Io Lei104 M. .0 L" Lw "LN LL ,Ire IM._ "L11' ,Le ,LL ''Ol". 1Ol' leer HIJ NI lhlo and Mont Iliuututt now nMldca at Unpl..

Present Laws and Teaching over it was said, for the purpose of -- City Mleh"", ". and. urn. over aicit. of twenty. Mt'nKa9
Farmer Value of Co one yearn.: It ,U tb.irpfiin* ordflin, that std.
determining whether they are being Moot I.A non-rsldnt diffrndanu b. and am hnrchyr..itilr. Nollen l In h".hl"Iv..n l tint' ,ender unit hy

operation.The properly enforced or are grouped 1180 .... (' \ r .<,d to api" >..ar to the bill of eomptnlnthlril sin, .111.,. of the certain final ili-erw of for**
\ In laid seas." on or before Mundny. lha5th Clout. made. and n-mlixt. "01 Nnvimtwr. 17th.
under the proper department or bureau dny of J.",,,,,')'. A. O. I"28. nthrrwkothi A. I IL 1021, l.y II.>,n. A. V l..'nv. Jiiilir. of \
commission recently appointedby and whether it would be advis- alluuatlnn. of ..1'" hill will\ bo tnki-n anofnfvw.d the Hreiitt ffomt. In HOld fur HrtDlfnril e"iinty..
President Coolidge to make a for PER by.std. d.f.ndint. KlitrMn.' In that, rliiln' on",.,, wherein A. ft.
able to transfer responsibility It I In further ordrrrd that this urdrr b.publlnhed ..
"iMiiituim I. cnininlniittt| | and l A M Btfhltk
comparative analysis and report on their administration. ITO ones a week for four n.neeeutlv.. mol NltiM V SrMlkf.. wire defendants.

farm problems with a view to arriving Education of the farmer which C9eerq weeks In the 1I..dr.,1 (County Trluitraph. nnewspeur I the iiml(>r.'lirni'fl. UN Hpociftl Mn.i ter, will oRter
publhihvd. In iald County iin.Htalf. ,
.
\ If' I for Mult nrul will ,11 for ciwh In the
at a program for the permanent President Coolidge has said must be CONSUMP pti Mittunt and' I Ii. .| 10101...... In front of the Court
ntablization of agriculture decided at conducted along scientific lines if he I.. \ IONo 'I'hi. December. 2nd. A. l I/ Itl2 home door In Stark. llriulforil, county. Plair-'
110\1 I' (I. W. Al.riF.HMAN. lilu, on Mobility th. Mh tiny of. Janiuiry, A.
its initial meeting to proceed along is to meet the conditions of the future -I ... ( H..nil Clerk Circuit" CUII..t.II l I7 Htifft daring thr Ifunl hniir nf .,,10. for
.
three lines, namely, the study of when the natural increase of V. ....... / "" """' .0".I )' C. A. Knltfht.Doputy. .Clnrk :the: ittiriMMo, of "Hturylnw MH| tin* following, liMcrllir. rvmHtnt\ <'. lylnu aaIbring
pending farm legislation, inquiry into population and the inevitable ten- '-.j \,... It A illKKN: In nrmlfrtnl ...""ty. "Klnrliln' towlt.I.oU .
the administration of present dency to industrialization, will place I Solicitor; for: CompllKnant J2. -I-t. On. lit., Two i 2'. Thnw (::1.. Twelve
laws the -- .tUt., Thirt." (OH) and foiirU-cn. (H) of
in
and plans for inculcating the United States among the nations OllhRKOK PIlliu'; rlO Illorh .'""..*.., or Hloflk. ",..", In T..miln| addlttun ,)
farmer of the valueof ,In Circuit Court fur Miniirord, < ..wty.
an appreciation to lh. Town of MUrk
deficit rather than -
a sur-
producing a Htalx "1 rlorliln',' In ('hnne..ry. Hnld I'Mull:* o" hr made: ulJrct I to th. lien

cooperation. plus of agricultural staples, also will 140 .... ... ,..,.., ..., J. M. Alvarex.. Complainant. .."'..**.. I.y l th> Three n..ti** ..f whloh one o*
the .or uU "'v MV e 11I1I'uIIIot l Tltli- .E'. .
Eight of the nine members of be thoroughly discussed by the com- v hn mortwHiifN WM ..lv.(i to. wear, tii A. BDunham
to; K: "I've ,-t ..I. nrh'nA.nu. which' In not rat/ ttw.It .
commission, comprising leaders in mission. '1'.. I'll. I 1'1..1.I ...IIM., I HII.I ImmlvniUon. CoinWeak K. KNIOHT.
farm More' meal and lard was oonaumed per capita In IH'AI: tlntn In any oth..rypar
life from agricultural -- -- .
every HiHH-lal M M r 'InChsneerfA
the Robert D. Carey, of Carcyhurst, since 1K( H. This Increase In eunHuinptlon was primarily, In pork and M HKWH.: .
section of the country, called at Ngia.B97Ytlii[ I tl7l.i11/1
White House before entering executive Wyoming, presided over the meeting lard According to the Seurs-It"pbuck Agrlrultiinil Koumliitlon In addition ,.,J,1 h der" for conililii, ,imolor ,. 12. o4I..I-I :r

session the of as chairman, and all were in attend- | to providing the amount needed for tlumeNtlc f r runmmiptlnn enough meut and --MAMTKK'M-NO'TICK Of aTUI-
at department agriculture -
ance except Charles S. Barrett, hard w.n produced to export: over two trillion pounds,' whli'h U equlvulent to h
and were welcomed by Mr. II.... ly ,ad.rre, .. iifvrn that under and Iv
chairman of the National Board of 1 I about 18 pounds more per rapltn.. AM pork production la now ,nelng rurtallml. 'Irate'i ',.I .ilnil I. <'. iiiiln, final decree of for

Coolidge.The Form Organizations who is in Okla- the 1924 figure of meat consumption In not likely to lie equaled. 1 In 1I'r.!! eh" ..nnni.I.. lv .Hi.. Judge. ..r the Bl: ..h"i
Nervous"I ,' .Iio-I..I, I I rcinl' and. for llrndford CciunlI
president addressed the mem- in
homa attending the annual meetingof / I 1Ir6fo.' i.ii. H".,. I'rlh' day of November" A. 1 It,
bers briefly but his remarks were the Farmers' union. s I'l.-l, ,n. I.v. r ,.r llrxlfurd County Bank.roriorntlon >

not made public. It is understood< The second meeting of the commis- Where U. S. Farm Products Go I n and run-down was weak" and write nervous Mm.. .. ,l I..r.' ,,,..t..,..*,. ,nod nvol" Ada. "I'hllllpa etl III'h. ,

however that he made no recommendations ... '"'I'
.
sion will be held tomorrow morning Edith: Sellers, of 406 N. 21st 66 ii r-Mun 1. Hpeclal Muter, "'
instead placing the problems will be East St. Louis; 111. "I ..If.. r I,,, ...I.! ,In rroiil .r the Court he .i ,
when its organization com- tit., ,
i inMnrk. I li.rhln' ilurllitf, the legal. hour r
entirely up to the commission pleted and work begun on the assemblage I couldn't: sleep nights I waa .i> .,,1 I. ?n M...n.ll.v. (.nn llh. Ill!. In l the II '
' for examination and recommendation data for consideration.The Xi! t$ restless. I felt tire, and not tII ., .m.I' I.I. I.1,1,1.-r f,.r rn.h the folio .uI.Mfril.,1 -
of N&L --t tw I Ir
ft'.l
in condition to do work. r d |" i.i.-| ty" lylrtir coal l Wino In
my
J 11'.1 1 at the same time giving assurance commission when it finishesits J AT fiV ; I; In rl I f .'.xiitly I Uirlilii, ., bfwltI :
Sfe I would have ui-h I'J .
fr ? 'vas ptun or h.ihiitHi
( ''
that the need not be President ot ; \ II I vlniiioir n lie northeast earner
inquiry task will report to ,., sttPr v = .... my stomach that I wa afraid ee ...nl ,IUwnr|, of 'Ih* "ortl,.... .iiiuir'" r i
limited in scope and that the commission Coolidge and he is then expected to w ,..... rq/l L7p'' w wi I would ret down In lied.\ lit 1. rb..n.. l I.. In. I..WII.MI./ 7. If..lh..t I HIIIL.IMI .. ''
I' a .iiii.l I Hnuth,, I 110 I yanla, '' r,
all times the mo
will have at cooperation he deem mother to am me
take such action as may My came ,
: ., North III
!! V I "o rc"l" I h.-nee v.
of all government depart- I[ necessary, through submitting recommendations L4"a-:: and suggested that I use .1" or.. Far '-'". viir'U lo thM .point' of I I.- "
,
.nit rontiiln'niove' sense Inhale fM
ments. niriK
for
I to congress legislation I.,i "Nvlnnlnu, Hi the .Moulh. Bant: com' r i illn
!Mr. Coolidge in discussing the agricultural or otherwise. sc E north-. ,..! .I"a..r northeast i ,p', ,
situation as it stands today I I 1 Although: there has been no indication oPOPTJ ; i I ...rMIK...I) ,-eilin ,Ift riwii4hlp 7. Hnuth'i Ii Iv, '
runt: and run WoO Ira yanta to ll'
is understood have followedin .. ., .
to of how long the commission I"o.r aid nfi-theaiit .limrter of niiinrli "
general the subject as outlined by require to complete its investigation .ti- .x. ", r iliinc, north on end' line M. I'rhrrv .
I may a > |. Kn: ,i "lo ....1. I" th.* Rat 'to.>< r
him in a public address last week be- i' it is the general belief that 1" t L mill. r.rl.h.1 iimrter '.I nnrlhreto ". ,
fore the association of land grant recommendations y g Woman's Tonic i" I, nMmith ..,n Mnid' tin.al 1//..... > ,
I it can complete (1 The ,tit ..d Iw"I..o". n I i.latnlni' IIn < ,
colleges. I requiring legislative action before A ,.r,. ...Il.i", .1.o "h.'. ?nu'" IDA yanlif ,
h" "It was evident said a state- lapses. TheI 'tj' r iS I felt. better a'tr.r my fleet I ....,ith' .net rorn'r of old.. norlheaet .i if > .. '.
very the congress
| present Mss, ,, .. North J7 I.
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: .nh..a t "rt.r.nl run "
: .1.
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ment later the at the he would K.. bottli. 1 haul !I. 'tir nppel; ... '
issued in day I president has indicated that '.,. u I. n..nL.i I .0.r of .10.! nn" 1
agricultural based on ,w tlte. It we/t. I >i> - department !like to have such legislation as maybe r and bui'.il:, run up. 1 am s' a ,n I ".1. m'.r' ..r I. .. then..' S".lth"Siyi | "
comment of the commissioners, I necessary passed at the coming' : : (i glad to refuriTieml ( '.ird'JI' .h. ,, F..o .ri.> nvire or 1 bee tii .
"that had thorough which r S Ihvoi't .. i 1'l'.' ".r .iMiiininirf end ronUklnlnK. ten "
the president a short session of congress ter- : ...NYC'l f.1RMC \a for what It did'! fur me .. 1 1,11 ,In 4ethn. 511. 'r.own.1
knowledge/ of the agricultural situa- I' minates March 4. I t n"d) nt.y. me'licine! 11 Saint rKcn.e JK r..t.
'.' and I am R a. A. nRIU".
| tion and Was sincere in his efforts --- :; alntn I t<>' 'f; At t'
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Special
I that something should be done to ZIFF I uf the worM .. ifenlin-c fn..
/ rlvllUi-d IOIINH
Products of the American farm gu to every mintry restl : M .

\ bring about better conditions in agriculture Ziff Dec. 5-Mr. T. D. Dyal and Out of the United States eurh yi-ur, U sent approxlmutelj: onliiklf of the totnl :5J Ulan/N.I tid.v.u..ss. >r.'" ,these. sympes es :Hl ntor' For-('nmnlalnant-- ---- l2--! 6b-

I and a better balance between brother, Trub,' two days of cotton crop, ooe-fotirth of the j 1 told of the wheat llehlH, one firth, of the porker*. i fjr t to ..l.. n are the WITit'll: API I "'''TlOrOR! fEl'At' .
spent
[ agriculture and other industries. f bu I- anj huge quantities of corn and: tobacco, dried fruit and, other pro,luct of U of a weak, in' ..iov. n condition .. blnril eau
S. uth on .
Proposed legislation expected to last week in '' or-a field and, feed lot. e ar.d rr.a>' d-, 'lop more !of Notice "m hrreby';1--0; ; all whom. ,It

[ come under the commission's studyit I ness.Mr. The accompanying rhart. prepared by the See Itoebnck AgriculturalFounil.itliin. / 51 seriously, it not trotted In :: m.7 concern. that on the 2nd "" 1of Jamisryt .
Riley Rigdon' and Miss Mith. Ibt, r .h.11 cclly" .I.. the Ronurabisa
n
time.K .. I
was believed includes the McNarytllaugen I .1 lo WS where, the |irlnclial'( eTports go ., '
and eounty '
export corporation bill the of Lee bur/l./ spent a few days here In the United Kingdom wore of America's farm export are cfnaumed | It you are nervous 1'4 QIt t. a 1.. ; In.: Judas 'f'f..h:. ., for o:1
BUtTjrtnf from .. ., J.
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attended the run-down, or .f the. .te
week. Mr. Rigdon .Imlnl.'m"
Norris-Sinclair bill and Capper-Wit-! last uncle D. D. Thomas. than In any other nation. The United King,lorn uses. more American cotton B o m e womanly weakness, II dheh.r.e N' III.....on". .,...._.... and thee It the' sa..I
Hams and Curtis-Aswell measures- funeral of his than any other country her annual comtumptlon averaging. around l..VW,01rl | talc" ra'.I.'. limo I will prwo"t ml/ anal _ate II'S'

all either awaiting consideration at J. W. Lewis spent Friday in Starkeon bales. Germany t Is In the market for almwt aa much cotfon. using '/>11.B14 r to Sold' everywhere. .ml..I'H", ut old ....to. and ask. for thste.ppr'nal

|the coming short session of congress business. pounds last year. The United, Kingdom. M HIM .Ant umr.et fi/r AW4rl'lt.nI..t 'u F..tOIJ I...- Nor.mlee Is. W lIMAxwRLh"

' i for in the course of completion in I I I W. M. Hodges spent the week-end land l flour, tobacco, corn tlrup and> con i, n"1 l ",Ilk She ulwi" ghee large IJUMBtitle > ( .11 g.m flQ17! =e t>c1: 11.7 I .yt.J.2 Admial.teeter.

(committees. Consideration of these at New River with his family. of dried trolls, oil cake, meat, west. products and corn.I W
Mrs. Truby Dyal l and little daughr -
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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY DECEMBER 5, 1921.

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." Bradford Telegraph 'adapted to this section is the bright GRAHAM Palmetto-New wholesale grocery her sister, Mrs. G. W. Roberts.
County leaf, which la not a tedious and expensive -r company begins business here. I T Peeved! I
.. Mr. and Mrs. C. Y. Mayo and
...-,--- -- -- to the and
--- -- --' -- ----- grow as wrpper Graham, Dec. 5-Mr. and Mrs.
I Sanford-New water system prac- David Moore; of Jacksonville, spent
Puhl-iiier!! | weekly and entered as which is at present being marketed Volley McKinney spent Monday 'at tically completed. Sunday here at the home of Mr. and rI
through several towns in South Georgia business 14I
: <
offfce! at Stnrke, Florida. acreage Is planted in this part of the Walton, Z. T. and John Lee, of New north of town sold to colony of Ken- J. Terry and B. L. Blanchardwere
4 ------- .- ------ state a central market will be established River, spent Monday and Tuesday tucky people. business visitors to DeLand
\ m. 0. MATTHEWS_._______________Own.r. which will do away with a hero with her daughter; Mrs. John Tuesday.Mrs. .
1. C. RODINSON______.._.Minirfar Editor. great deal of the trouble and expense McKinney La Dell ,Plana being made for I

of marketing, the buyers for the :i Mrs. Dora Barry returned to her building $100,000 county court house. E. B.'Wells was a visitor to

: PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY large manufacturers coming to the home In Tampa Saturday after several I Tampa-Bond issue of $2,600,000 Jacksonville Saturday.Mrs. >1 1W
central market. j
months' visit here with relatives and t
"It is certainly to be hoped that tobacco I I and friends proposed for financing bridge M. E. Bostick, Miss Catherine
']. SUBSCRIPTION RATE will the boon that ia expected road building in Belmont Heights, W. J. "
prove Truby Dyal, of Allen Hurst, Is and Bostick, Mrs. L. H. Coleman,
""rF, Per Year .--------- --- $1.60 of it in the Sea island cotton [. visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jackson Heights/, 'Strathmore' Talley and Master Herbert Coleman,
l belt, for the farmers were hard hit Gray. last
Oscar Dyal. I of Milltown, Ga., were guests I
:,.\.. ,, ; Six Months __-- .___n_ 75c by the boll weevil and have been I Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney, Okeechobee Plans completed for 'week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. II Ii I

, -- -- -. ---- --_--.- groping about in the dark for several Messrs[ Chesley Fogg and Math Was. seawall- lake front. L. Harrell. i .
building along ,
I II Ik
" years endeavoring to find a crop to din spent Tuesday at the county sent. ,, t
I .take the place of cotton However, I Miss Mattie Ogden, of Brooker, Blanton-New fruit packing house Misses Kathleen and Arthurine -
!I it is not an easy crop to raise, .requires spent -tfie. week-end here with her opened. Blanchard visited relatives in Jacksonville F y. b
I I much feeding, and its culture parents. Saturday.W .
should be thoroughly studied bEforehand Lake Worth-Boynton suburb to
Frank Jones, of Sampson, was a
by the farmer intending to business visitor here Thursday.E. be developed at cost of $500,000. > II. Edwards and sons, Billy

raise it." C. Long, of Brooker, was a visi- First grapefruit and James, of Jacksonville, spent
Petersburg
fl -
Thanksgiving day here at the home "
tor here Thursday. !
t t tt TilE TOBACCO/--0--INDUSTRY Truman Dyal, of Zit, was attend- shipments of season forwarded. I i of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Moore. r ka

f I ing to business here Wednesday.Alvin Largo-Extension of city water I Miss Mattie Harley, of Starke

f Georgians are making good in McKinney, of Hampton, wasa service under way. I'spent Sunday here with her parents
No. 4954Meiuoership (I tobacco production, and the Indus- visitor here Tuesday.L. r
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Harley.A.
( in National Highway try promises! much for this state, as G. Barry, of Tampa, is visiting Leesburg-First of subdivisions on r
t c Association) well us other sections of the South- relatives here this week. south side adjacent to city soon to be M. Blanchard was a visitor to ar\

;" -- -T------ land. Mrs. Lewis Byrd and children, of put on market.PplrnettoG.. Highland Thursday.Mrs. I
I
ONE WAY TO IIELI' YOUR Production of tobacco in Georgia Hampton, spent the week-end which C. Vowell nets $18- Jack- I 'i '
p CHAMBER OK COMMERCE: has been almost double that of 1923 her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. 000 from lettuce and tomato crops Frances Wiggins, here of with II i eII
sonville Sunday
i' Murrhee. spent
through the middle of September, according on 12 acres of land at Ellenton. I ,
: ; In just a glance over this week'sexchanges to the October Business Re- Mr.s Nona Dyal and baby are her mother, Mrs. Louise Lowery.Mr. \f; '

we -ce a startling number view of the Sixth federal reserve visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville Bo-Kay Perfume J. H. Powell and I .
Mrs.
't-! of headlines telling of chamber of bunk district! just issued, which O. W. Dyal. Company buys $20,000 site for new daughter and Joyce Emma, of Winter \ "cFs T""" 1 1'I

''f 'commerce: activities, stirred up by shows 30,021,602 pounds of tobacco Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Dyal spent the factory building. Haven returned, home the first of 'I Roy C. Pad ', U. S. air mail pilot
r tho opening of Wit present season, week-end with her I' .tbr. locked his
were marketed in this state during parents near week after spending ten days! of Omaha, up
E says the Florida Grower. It is a sad the season which ended in Septem- Brooker.L. Lake Worth-New street improve- .I the Mr. Powell's parents, Dr. I razor and vows he will not shave
fact that most of these orginizations! G. Barry spent Friday at Waldo ment program Involving expenditureof I I here with again until his rretty young wife
'r lay down and go figuratively to sleep I ber.All and .Starke. $250,000 planned; 40 miles of'land, Mrs. W. I. Powell. I lets her bobbed hair grow to I its .

f 4 during tho summer months. 'fhis is of this tobacco in, says the with review R. N. Dowling and daughter, Mrs. streets to be paved.St. I I Commissioner L. H. Hill met with *-'mer long, Llack, curly length. ItI"

caused: In great part by the absence was produced Georgia Vernon Nutall, of Pompano, are I,, the county board at Starke Monday. -- .l
of members. But Just at this time an the exception of 552,000 pounds, visiting relatives here. Petersburg New Gandy Iin town Tuesday., Mr. Haigler was a a
awakening takes place, and to our which wan reported as being produced Earncy Dowling, of Hampton, wasa bridge completed connecting this I Rembert Carrodine came home resident of Lawtey formerly. L'!
great gratification the big theme Is in Alabama and South Carolina. visitor here Friday. city and Tampa. I and spent the week-end with his 1
And and This is considerably more than the Dr. and Mrs. J. II. CarroI I Death of Richard Schnell .,
i "Greater Publicity. ways Math Wasdin, of Lawtey, spent Fort Pierce-Preliminary work I parents,
means are discussed. It's essential production in 1023, which is given as the week-end here with his family. started building new $100,000 ho- I I dine. The death of Richard Schneyy, 17 !lI
on
I
t 11,237,000 pounds according to the
of course, to raise some money. In Our school is progressing nicely tel. I years of age, occured Sunday afternoon l
some districts the same good old review. under the able management of Prof.T. i Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dye, Mr. and at 3 o'clock at the home of his 'p
"wheel horses" will be asked to con- The average price received for the B. Penholster, of Brooker, and Orlando-Paving and street improvements Mrs J. J. McLeod and Mrs. A. M. I(parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Schnell. $
e t tribute and they usually come 15)24) crop is reported as 21.82 cents Miss Leta Fogg. costing .275,000 provided Blanchard visited relatives in Mel- I lie had been suffering from diabetes JtI
well know that per pound, while the total value of Misses Issue. rose Friday. for months. III >
through, for they Cola and Gracie Fogg, of by proposed bond 0 many
Florida and their community cannot the entire crop Is given as $0,551.86.The Live Oak, spent the week-end with Little Miss Mildred Dinkins, of I I Mr. and Mrs. Schnell and family ,ti I
; be sold by oratory alone. condition of the tobacco crop Mr. and Mrs. Chesley Fogg. Eustis-New $250,000 Lake county Jacksonville, Is spending a few days I moved here from Miami about a year e'
k in Tennessee jumped from 71 on Sep- court house completed.
We believe in publicity millige. We Miss Wasdin I
Nancy of Georgia, is here with relatives. ago. I
j believe that ALL parties concerned tember 1 to 78 on October 1, and rep- visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. LAWTEY | The funeral service was conducted ,fie)
should contribute their share when resents a production of about 92,212- II. D. Wasdin.\ Miss Mozelle Browning returned by Dr. W. I. Powell at Grace M. E. t 1 1I

t they will benefit by the developmentof 000 pounds as compared with 109-! Lee Clayton, of Hampton, was a Lawtey, Dec. 5-Attorneys Floyd to Jacksonville Sunday after spending church on Monday afternoon and mI ,tl
their town or city. In the move- 600,000 produced In 1923. visitor here Friday. Green and E. M. Johns, of Starke, ; a few days here with her pa- I I terment was in the Lawtey cemetery. t"l
ments of these civic bodies dissen- The acreage planted in tobacco in Miss Frances Murrhee spent the were transacting business in Lawtey ents, Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Browning.Dr. I The bereaved family has the sympa- .: .11
times. It should be Florida this year was 7,000 acres, of the
sion ariat at week-end in Lake Butler with Mr. Monday. thy community.
r overridden or pacified for the good of against!: 4,000 acres last year. The and Mrs. C. F. Rivers and attendedthe E. L. Biggs, of Starke, was a

li all. But it must be done in a way that yield was not as high as that of 1023: convention of the Christian Mrs. Emma Milter, of Fort Myers, I visitor to Lawtey Friday. CARD OF THANKS 1tl, 1

+ will give any good man or woman but the total production Is estimatedat church. and Miss Sadie Earle, of New York, I and Strickland, I '
Broward Clayton
r 1 the full benefit of their opinion, his 5,600,000( pounds compared with Messrs. L. G. Barry, E. J. Murr- were guests Sunday and Monday at ''of Sunday in Lawtey We wish to thank the friends who'
or her plan, if possible, and studyit 4,291,000 pounds for 1023.: hee, Simeon Thomas were visitorsto the homes of Mr. and Mrs L. II. Hill, Kingsley, spent were so kind to us in the last illness '''/t.:
well. Many a real idea of value has The outlook for the tobacco Indus- Starke Saturday. and Mrs. G. T. Pearce. Miss Earleis 1 i i with friends. and death of our son. also for the tll I

'I boon found- In this waY." try in Georgia is exceptionally bright Messrs T. D. and Truman Dyal the daughter of Rev. Earle, who I Arch J. Thomas, of Starke, was a- beautiful floral offerings.MR. .
;\ Standby; your secretary.' Get mad 1 and promising.-Columbus Leger.SII11' let Sunday for Allen Hurst. was pastor of Grace M. E. church visitor to Lawtey Monday. AND MRS. A. P. SCHNELL. A

I at him if you will but back him up in -.->- Miss Ruby Dyal spent Sunday with several years ago.I ,
1 .- :his honest endeavors in your behalfon EARLY AND MAIL EARLY Miss Alma Thomas, of Zifr.LeRoy Frank Green, of Waldo l spent from Every inventor has an invention to
"f behalf of your community. Not Wasdin, of Manning, spent Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Bryan visited '! Wednesday to Sunday here at the revolutionize the' world.

: I no long ago we heard a citizen telling Last! year, through the .generous the week-end with his parents here.L. relatives in Starke Sunday.Mr. "I home of Mr. and !Mrs. Charles Din- a

I a secretary his opinions as toproper cooperation of the press, the movies G. Barry left Monday for Tam and Mrs Charles Dinkins and kins. Pruning the pecan tree in winterof v
modes of publicity. The citizen und, other advertising mediums, i its dead wood and twigs will go along I
I pa. Dolly Dinkins were visitors to Jack- of Hawthorn, spent
W. II. Burt, way to prevent diseases of the
Christmas mailers ''tt
had some good ideas-and some were induced to We are sorry to say that Mr. and sonville Friday and Saturday. Sunday here with friends. later. !
tree and its fruit
'. bad ones-but the secretary was patient dispatch their Yuletide presents I Mrs. James Reynolds and family are 71.
with him, and took !in all that earlier in the month than ever beforein fixing to move to Daytona, where Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dye and J. B., Hugh Brownlee, of Starke was J.w.,

I was said in good-natured way. We the history of tho institution of they will go Into the mercantile Jr., of Jacksonville\ were guests on transuding business Lawtey Wed SYffiiE&CO. V f.
r. feel that this way of handling things gift exchanging in the holiday sea- I business. Our loss will be Daytona'sgain Thanksgiving day of Mr. and Mrs. A. nesday. oviavut.zxr. *

will go far toward the advancement and we wish them success in M. Blanchard. ;,
t ; J of this particular district. The argument son.As a result, the spectacle of the their new home. Henry Hudson, of Clay Hill\, was a r .".,u..o.lin.nt.nd, j." !.) .
i closed amicably and both understood lust minute rush of former years, Miss Pearl Tatum returned to her business visitor here Tuesday.P. f n.d tn. .

; I, each other better than be- with its attendant heartbreaking lab- FLORIDA home in DeLand last week, after Raw Furs .rt
i WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL
several weeks here with S. Haigler, of Hawthorne, was
fore. The argument In this article in or on the part of wearied and nerve REVIEW spending
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is much better worn store clerks and .
I that getting together postal employees .
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than pulling apart, when it comes to was avoided. Pensacola
I Evening New and
II I publicity. Hut the greatest theme This year Postmaster General New I Morning Journal consolidate as -- r.

1 I back of it, and probably the least and First Assistant Postmaster Gen- NewsJournal.New .
j mentioned, is PUBLICITY. Advertiseor eral John H. Bartlett have determined

t I see your streets empty, the car to make an even better record and Smyrna Volusla Grocery
I penter's hammer stilled, your hotels to( banish for all time the sul1'erlngunderlCono Company's new building nearing _! "
' i yawning gue Uex8, your lands depreciating in past years by those engaged completion. -
in vftluu! your dreams unful- in the sale or transportation of I In'

filled! gifts. They hope to make "Shop Bclluir-Work started on dredg-
I -- Early" and "Mail Early" a habit ing contract of 900,000 cubic yards; VMS UMIYBKVAI. CAM
TOBACCO CROWINGThe with the American) people. to cost $300,000. .
!Mailing early does not mean Dec -

Gainesville Sun had both a ember 1 or before, but if everyone Dradentown-Dullding permits for
news account and an editorial, the could get their holiday tokens in the October broke records for month's All Prices
other day, on the subject of the mail between December 10 and total with aggregates of $120,650. ,

'aroused interest in Alachua county December 20, the post office could not M
In tobacco raising. The Times-Union, ask more. St. Augustine-Work started on
i commenting on what was said in this Particular attention this year will construction of new First National

paper, views the matter as one of be paid to greeting cards. Despite Bank building.
great importance for us. the success last year it was noted l'ensacola-Atlditioaal '
17 miles of Reduced
"It begins to look" says the Times- that tho lastminute mail consisted Escambia be
county highways to ;
Union, "that this entire section of largely of cards. Possibly many ofthem paved at once. .
Florida is destined' to become a vast were returned greetings to

tobacco producing area. County after friends, heard from on a previousmail > I Haines City-Site on Sixth street i

I county Is falling into the tobacco but overlooked on tho original chosen for new Masonic temple. Effective December Second, the Ford Motor Company
,, line, and already. this crop is being Christmas list. Unlike parcels and
Bradentown announces new low prices on all Ford Cars. A reductionof I
planted from Baker county west to letters containing money orders, I financing arrangedfor
Escambia with wonderful success. At cards, of course, can not well be construction of hotel; site and twenty-five dollars on the Fordor and lower prices on
time Gadaden Jefferson. marked "Do Not Open Until Christ building to cost $;;00,000.
I one Leon. all other types make Ford Cars even greater values than
: Liberty, Jackson and Holmes county mas. Therefore, it la possible that Miami Groover-Stewart Drug before.
the the many mailers hold them until the ever
composed tobacco section of Florida Company lets contract for $25,000
but lately :Suwannee:! Hamilton, last to insure dl.liveryn ChristmasEve. addition to branch office.MiltonPreliminary .
Columbia, Taylor, LaFayette, Dixie This class of mailers this year, NEW PRICES
and Baker counties have fallen into however, may find their cards undelivered work under

} k line and plans are being made to pro- until after Christmas Day. way for paving Elmira and Canal Runabout - - $260.00
duce tobacco in these counties on a Believing that the energies of streets. .
postal employees should Touring Car - - $290.00 ,
not be
large scale, Columbia seemingly taking sapped I
to the last degree for avoidable Jacksonville-Land being cleared '
the lead of those counties lately any Coup - - $520.00
taking up the growing of this product and, Intent upon securing for for new Florida East Coast railroad Tudor Sedan
- - 580.00
f with the announcement that them the same Christmas privileges shops; 1,000 to 1,500 men to be em-
the different civic organizations of enjoyed by others, Postmaster Gen- ployed at shops; large new subdivision Fordor Sedan rCha - $660.00 '
eral New asks the hearty opened to provide homes for em- U
that county are behind the movement' coopera- - - $225.00Truck
to erect one of the largest warehouses tion of the public. The last-minute, ployes. sOkeechobee ChauU
- - $365.00
p. or zero hour, has been moved
in the state and induce farmers uji so Local
I; I to grow tobacco on a large seal." that all postal employees may eat tem telephone sys-
"And now," continues the Times- their Christmas dinners at home. purchased planned.by Barren Collier; improvements ALL PRICES F. O. B. DETROIT

Union, "Comes Alachua county, at Rural carriers will deliver no mail
one time the premier Sea island cot- at all on Christmas day and clerks Daytona American Power and These are the lowest prices ever offered In the history

ton county of Florida and one of the and carriers In the city offices will Light Company of New York pur- of the Ford Motor Company. They create a new standard

I largest and richest in soil of any stop work promptly at noon. chases local Public Utilities Com- of value for motor car transportation. _

Florida county, with the announcement We are very thankful for the good pany in $3,000,000 deal: new owner ,

that she will begin.the growing fortune that has been ours during now supplies electricity and gas to
c of tobacco."Alachua. 400 communities.
:'''t! the past year, but nevertheless we
will prove a big asset to hope for better ::-
i things to come. Jacksonville Weft Coast Manu-
the tobacco column and her farmers,
I who several years ago, practically Nine years after a row, a Massachusetts facturing Company to build $100,000

I raised the bulk of Sea island cottonin couple resolved never to planing mill here. SEE THE NEAREST AUTHORIZED FORD

this section, will no doubt find tobacco speak to each other, and now they Tampa-City election on bond issue i DEALER
just as profitable. are having their say in the divorce proposed to determine construc-

rI I "The kind of tobacco proving best 1I court tion of $1,000,000 hospital

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