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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 12, 1924
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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OF OFFICERS MONDAY Local MODERN FIRE-FIGHTING TRUCK 'f'i ':;



.. | Visitors Present at Banquet American-La France l'ombinntlunI)I 1 h

y Following at Magnolia Cafeguise Minutes 01 Estate Booming Pumper to lie Delivered Next Road Surfacing ; '";

.I' Spring.At .
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annual election of officers II Nearing Siarke ,

Bradford Lodge. No. 35, F. & A. City CouncilThe Starke is entering upon a building just across the street from the 80x 1 tho recent meeting of the city

: Mi'i was held Monday evening in the boom, and the manner In which real BOO foot corner, lot purchased last council, an order wan placed with tho !toad Work From;; Baldwin South Go- "I' 1

(lodge rooms. This meeting of the or1 estate is changing hands in' and week by Mr. Dbvls from J. W. Andrews manufacturers of the AmoricmiLuFrance

I .'ier was well -attended by members council of the town of Starke, around Starke during the past weekor I Sr. The new owners propose) fire engines for a combinationpumper ing Forward Rapidly .

! land visiting Masons from lodges in met in regular session, December 2, two, leads one to believe that to erect a two story concrete office: chemical and hose truck. Delivery -

nearby towns. with the following members present: what has been done Is only a begin I building on this corner. of this lire-lighting apparatus Crews working on the surfacing of. ))

iJMThe election of officers for the en C. F. Hoover, Chairman, L A. Davis, ning to greater things in the near Crossing Being nt>laid With Brick will be mode in March. state highway number thirteen are I
J. W. the last I rapidly closing up tho gap between
White. Minutes of
suing resulted as follows: future. This has of 500
year Extra work of the SeaboardAir pumper a capacity .
3 gangs Sturko and Hampton, and at the !
I I L. G. Powell, W. M. meeting were read and approved. 21 Realty Transactions in 29 Days Line Railway started l work Monday gallons of water per minute, carries rate of will l \
present complete
I I E. W. Hayes, S. W. I Tax Assessor C. A. Knight pre- G. M. Inman, the local Strout representative morning preparing the Call 1,000 feet of hose und a chemical thin stretch progress into Starko before J i'.

M. Mitchell, J. W. ,!sented his bond and the same was ap reports twenty-one real- street crossing for relaying with paving tank of 40 gallons capacity. Eight last of this week.Contractor .1 '

1'. F. Stump, Treasurer proved. ty :transactions completed during the brick. Rork ballast and new ties lines of hose can be used at tho sumo
,N. Sternberg, Secretary. A contract between the S. A. L. last 29 days, and prospects of sever- have been placed under the rails.Hoover time without putting n heavier Lytla, who is laying tile .,

J 1Iiv. G. Stringfellow, S. D. I Railway, and the city of Starke was al more sales being made before the sure on the the water mums pt'ls-I concrete surfacing on tho highway

C. Wall, J. D. referred to the City Attorney.The week is out.Canal I llroti. Buy Lots on HighwayHoover now curried. Tho truck is leading south from Baldwin to connect IL

F. Kickliter, Jr., S. S. Seaboard Air Line was granted Zone Man Buys HereS. i' Bros have purchased from with a -horaepower engine. I, up with the Bradford link, reported -

;c. N. Christy, J. S. I permission to close Call street and W. M. Turner, of South Jacksonville, Although additional electrical that three and ono-hnlf miles .

't,. W. Kickliter, Chaplain. i Ninth street during the constructionof Church, a government employee two well located lots in the northern pumping equipment was installed at hud been completed lust Saturday.This .

( Snellgrove, Tyler. the brick crossing. Crossings To be in the Canal Zone, last Friday pur- part of town and fronting the Jack- the municipal plant to furnish high I represents about half of the
A closed reasonable time and the i chased through G. M. Inman the distance to the Clay line
immediately following the close a '' sonvllle-Tnmpa highway. The new water pressure denting/ Ores, it county ,
: of be under the home and pecan grove of II. II. where the state will take the
closing same to owners will begin improvement of stated, that of the service up
and their
-3 the balloting, members was many
supervision of the Street Committee. Young, Cherry and South streets. their property. work of completing thin road to the
Cafe where pipes were not in the best of condition -
went to Magnolia ,
grtests Mr. Church will move his family dur-
ordered that Bradford line.IlIlAIIFIIitl .
I Upon motion it was I '
Register Bungalow
Completed burst from
was set before and might the pressure
: aitoumptuousrepa8t ing this month from New York stateto I I -
the be requested to
City Attorney
I tnem. The menu consisted of roast his newly purchased Florida home, Freeman Register and family will and Cripple the present methodof ) COUNTY
i draw the ordinance to II
pro-
iYrkey with dressing, cranberry necessary where he will join them when his move into their now home on West tire lighting! -With tho pumperthe 1EAC1IEUS ASSOCIATION)
hibit the installation of gasoline
I! wRVW, scalloped oysters, potato the sidewalks of I work with the government is com- Call street this week. This pretty lit pressure on tho mains Is eliminated
ballad, rice, hot rolls, cocoanut cream pumps on streets or plete. I tle bungalow is complete in every do- to a degree and put on the Thu Bradford County Teachers
the and to the removal ,
le coffee. city require I tail and is one of the cosiest residences hose Association mot last Saturday andh..1t
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of those installed in Mr. Church has come into
already a reasonable posses
I all day session In the Starke
v |Messrs. L. W. Bucholz and R. T. Starke can boast of. nn I
of of
lion valuable
time. piece
a very prop-
I JSthaefer, of Gainesville, were among Mr. White and Mr. Jones were appointed erty. He is well pleased with this Buys Block on Highway SMALL FIRE THURSDAY I I school building. I
| Masons of the state In the absence of tho president,
that prominent
a committee to confer with section, purchasing here after goingto Messrs. Quigley & Davis are show-
"pf',gent, on this occasion,, and one. ofthe Smoke issuing from underneaththe I Miss Carolyn 'rillp presided, while'
the local school trustees relative to other sections of the state to look ing their confidence in Starke real .
features of the Mrs. Anderson acted as''see-'
last George
most interesting hall Thursday
building
i opening of a street just south of the over property offered him. It is understood estate by purchasing from N. T. city '
.Vning was the splendid address on : afternoon caused an alarm to be' retary. In the morning, departmental
school property. that Mr. Young will con Ritch a block of land on tho highway,
'Jtfjiiconry Dr. Bucholz. Other sounded and local fire work was carried out so,' that the
by the
I The following bills were ordered tine his residence here, buying oth- just south of the high school build- company ,
( splendid talks were enjoyed. I These ha f its shortcut run In history. A teachers could /get the part of instruction
paid: er property. ing. gentlemen have not stated
,i' *,Wthe| committee having 'charge of I C. F. Hoover, mem. coun. 4.00 Contract Let for Concrete Building their plans for this last purchase, but small blaze underneath the buildingnear most suited to their needs..

\ (tfclf banquet desires to express their S. A. Bryan, memo coup, 2.00iL. It. is probable that they will improvethis the fireplace was entlngulshod Tho following program was carried d
11. A. has let contract to
Bishop before damage resulted. The fire out: ;
Wil-
.hanks to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur valuable any /
; A. Davis, Jr., mem. coun. 4.00 tract.
't ,:;'';iians} for the splendid service given '0. W. White, memo coun. '4.00 Quigley & Davis for the constructionof appratus is kept in the same building History Teaching in the Elementary
Masonic Temple for Starke
,the order on this occasion, and for a 20x10 feet concrete store build and it was only a short distance to Crudes-W. O. IJuvnl, Miss
I D. C. Jones 2.00
memo coun.
I r the..!excellent meal. They justly de- ,C. L. Peek, mayors fees 7.00 ing adjacent to the Highway Marketon That Starke will number a Masonic the nearest hydrant where water was Mitchell.

'r w.e the many compliments receiv- I ? S. Walnut street on the lot recently -I Temple among here finest secured.It Teaching English In Grammar
f
li Silas Kite salary fees103.00
,
purchased by him from L. A. buildings in the future is School Mrs. Perkins.
'' from those present. The commit- A. near an is believed that the blaze originated -
I L. Alvarez fees 79.00
salary, Davis, Jr. It is to be a modern build assured fact. Trustees of Bradford Proper Preparation for High
s tetttalso expresses its appreciation Starke Tele. Co. 2.50 from the defective fireplace, although -
phone servo
Jto'lthe Woman's Club for courtesies i Wm. Baisden witness, fee .50 ing in every way, constructed of hollow Lodge, I". & A. M., have purchasedfrom some attributed I it to the School ngliMh-Mhl& Carolyn Frlpp. e
concrete blocks and the front of C. L. Peek a 60 foot lot on Call How( to Teach Writing-J. A,
'fb "hot air" generated at special
: 1n'; N. B. Hull, moving dead horse 2.50C. a
plate glass.Hollingsworth, street' next to Dr. E. L. BUCKS' of- DontrlghU ..
,)!GlttaJlation of the newly elected A. Futch, slry, elk tres t c 60.00C. meeting of the publicity committee ,
Receiving fice. Pluns for the building will bo Essentials: In teaching Reading
Building of the chamber of held !
,,. cers will take place on the next A. Futch, incldentials .62 commerce a '
Flnrfehlng'Touches decided upon as soon as the attorney few minutes before the blaze Miss Isaltel Bullen.
;.VeRvlar meeting night, December 22. J. R. Davis Co. prem on b. P&Q 5.00 was
for the trustees the abstract Arithmetic in Grammar SchoolS. -
passes upon
... eles.twbet discovered:
$PMsons holding membershiy F. C. Hollingsworth's concrete store
to the property. It i III under S. Howling.
are cordially invited to attend Total $276.12 building on S. Walnut street is receiving -
I stood that the ground floor will beused NEW: CITY. MAI'II. In Miss Kay's Attractive classroom .
'al Road
etlngs. & Bridge Fund tho final touches this week
'11 I I for stores, the second floor will Miss
Moore and
Mr T. J.
Bank of Starke rolls 84.23 from the and The
;:,and Mrs. W.: J. Epperson moored' I pay plasterers painters. be devoted, to offices and thu lodge 10. Lagegren has about completed Olivo Kay lead the discussion on
Bradford Co. Bank, pay rolls 61.08D. \ store will be occupied as soon as the
his first draft of the
rooms will located the third floor. new city
after'Thuonrto on
'to Lake Butler Sunday primary work. Miss Kay's special
.\ C. Jones, supplies 1.65N. contractors, Messrs. Quigley &
see .Mr. and Mrs. John Croft, D. Wainwright: making bill Davis, turn the completed buildingover !Magnolia Cafe Modern One map, authorized! by the city councilat subject was "Preparedness. or howto

<-WhgT!; >re quite ill. for County R & B. Tax 2.50 to its owner. Lucking only its finishing coat of be Its recent meeting. This map will I. avoid wasting time In school."

.. Smith's '- 7.00J. paint on the Interior walls, the /Mag complete In every respect,Knowing Mrs. Moore gave some excellent
Garage, supplies
Building Brick Garage i nolia Cafe all sewer laterals, connections, water methods the pupils In
W. Andrews, Jr., supplies 21.14& I owned and operated by to enthusa[
L. II. Partridge of the mains, (lire hydrants, etc.
J. F. Colley, repairs 6.0ft owner property Arthur Williams, represents,,, another studying.In .
Photo Through Air I on Call and Cherry streets, forward stride for Starke. When fin- ------ the afternoon the teachers met

'r Tptal $184.55 formerly occupied by the old Com- ally completed this cafe will rank CONSIDER THE POSTMANOne : In Minn I'M: wards' attractive classroom

Waterworks Fund I mercial Hotel building. is having a with many in towns of much greater to listen. to discussions Interesting
.- I brick garage erected for the convenience size than Starke. of the important features in to all
C. A. Futch clerk bond 25.00
trus. of the tenants occupying the Rhoden the Shop Early, Mail Early; campaign Miss Fannie ,Shaw, of Jacksonville) ,
Total Erecting Bungalow
Fund $25.00I'ound I dwellings on this block. N. Moore has J. B.) Rhorlen is having bungalow which is being put on throughout the who Is sent out by the Florida Publiu

charge of the construction. country by the Post Office Department Health Association presented tho
Silas Kite, pound fees 1.00 erected on the corner of Eleventhand
r J Yii To Erect Two Is the proper addressing and Health Crutmdii'' In the schools Her
Story BuildingD.
x r A. L. Alvarez, ref. hogs sold 12.00 I Temple, Charlie Johns being the securely wrapping of Christmas will
I E. Knight has sold to L. A. contractor. This building replaces an work I III most 'important and
packages. When you wrap your benefit/ thJchildren
Total $13.00 David, Jr., and J. T. Quigley the valuable old structure located on this corner doubtless be of great to
Christmas packages, wrap( them securely ,
of the state.
The bond trustees report for the corner property at Madison and for years. Mr. Rhoden will make other the
address In
put your upper slates that there
month of November. Walnut streets, being a portion of I I improvements on his properties Supt. Wiggins
left corner, fo, if by any chance, it will be meeting. of the Dissociation'
a
the Rivers This in the northern of
Amount on hand 274.93 property. property is part town. returnedto
it lie
should can
.' I go astray In January exact dote to be nnnountfcd -
Amount receipts 1330..J.IAmount .- you and not sent to the dead. letter I l later.

disbursements 1171.95 office The good! folks of our commun-1 I

J. Amount on hand 433.42 I )ty last year helped to bring joy and! -

, + STRAWBERRIES COMING IN I Chamber of Commerce Meeting happiness to hundred of thousands

of postmen and clerRs.! ( Let's do our
of
Get Hulk .
+ Wm. Monden and Albert Underhill hopping early und mulling early ,

e Lpv Bring In Small Quantities of Lawtey Tonight Friday 8:00 again, this year, so that we may I (larding Estate

the Fruit :I again/ enable thu postmen and, tho

1I 1- post office clerks to vat their Christmas
Wm. Monden who has truck I .. '!
a ---- --- -- -- I dinners home with their families, taf ,
farm in the southern part of town, : (
l' CHAMBER: OF COMMERCE tcr of erecting the arches at county

brought a dozen strawberries to the MET AT HAMPTON lines. Upon motion by Mr. Durden, I our-elves '

, Bank of Starke Saturday. They wefe seconded by Mr. II. R. Nobles, the ent delivered. to our .

) .a large well formed and had a fine Regular weekly meeting of the president authorized the committee der that they may be opened on

flavor. Mr. Monden reports his fieldin Bradford County Chamber of Commerce appointed, to solicit funds from county Christmas morning.

of good condition and prospects good was held at Hampton Friday commissioners to proceed with the

t for a bumper crop the coming year. night, December 5th, at the city hall. erection of suitable arches, either LOSES:: FORD COUP:

Yef'T'1 Monday Albert Underhill, farming : Session called to order by President with or without the co-operation of

west of Starke, presented the Hank D. E. Knight at 8 p. m I adjoining counties. A Ford coupe; belonging t/Herbert

: I of Starke with a basket of fine, large i Publicity committee reported fold- Mr. Inman spoke of the progress I Hitch was stolen from thu garage in

berries. While we do not know just I era for the secretary's use in mail now apparent over the county, of the the rear of the Nell residence, YVul

what acreage Mr. Underhill has in I ing to inquirers ready for printing, increased shies of farm and town. nut street, Sunday night. The theft

.,11 f r berries this season, judging from the', and that work on the illustrated properties. Mr. Inman asked the cooperation was not discovered until Monday I i fir 1.r .

basket he picked Monday, his product :'booklet had progressed to the extentit of the body in handling an morning and officers traced the cur y F.r.T .

r thould bring top prices when the ship would be ready for the governor's influx of settlers expected to arrive to near Jacksonville where thu hunt I Al 7e'kA :

ping season approval within two weeks.G. was abandoned. Police officers in
opens. this month and it will be his endeavorto I
6 :M. Inman announced his Inten- surrounding towns were notified! but
locate of these families
lei, FIRST QUART OF BERRIES tion of having several thousand of as many no trace of the car had been found )I A .YzZHV
1 W AT KEYSTONE HEIGHTS here as possible. i
I the small folders printed at his. own Upon motion next meeting will beheld Thursday. I

1 4A1y J. S. Griner, Jr., of the southern I expense and use in mailing with other at Lawtey, Friday, Dec 12th. LEWIS- fMiMtm-1MJHOLDINGS-" -- :"

literature from his office. Mr. Matthews .
of ----
Bradford sold the
part ,
first quart of strawberries county in that +I, suggested that every business. CHAMBER OK CO: ,MM ElfcE ISSUES C. P. Lewis, who purchased: 10

section Monday to Mr. E. V. Larsen, house in the county should use the FOLDER acres of land on the highway northof :

of Keystone Heights, receiving $1.00 folders, enclosing one in every letter Starke several month ago, has
has the
The Telegraph completed
for the quart. sent out. / returned to this section with hit. .
.., It moved by T. J. Terry seconded first order fur advertising matter for his/
I Mr. Griner is one of the industrious was Chamber of wife and has begun Improving
farmers of Bradford county and by G. M. Inman, that a com the Bradford County the property. Mr. and !Mrs. Lewis. are
of
mittee be appointed to solicit orders Commerce and the secretary well with
his labors are meeting with success. in from Ohio, and are pleased
folders
He has slightly two for these folders in each town in the organization Is using the Bradford county.
over acres planted tell the
with his efforts to
connection
to strawberries this the county, each one to pay for the fold- ,
season,
done In
outside world what is being 11ETIIOIIISTI'I'JISTIE.sT:
ers purchased, in order to conserve
plants are in fine, healthy conditionand

not injured by the cold. the funds now in the treasury.The our county.At the meeting. of the chamber of The annual conference of the

following committee was ap- Methodist church, South, closed :Monday .
last Friday -
RECORD YIELD OFSWEET pointed to solicit orders: G. M.\ In commerce held in Hampton in Jacksonville. Rev. C. F.

POTATOES man Starke; L. II. Hill, Lawtey; J. night a committee was appointed of
in charge
t 1 1rka Buddy Prevail, who is farming on F. Homer, Hampton; C. B. Roberts, to solicit orders from every business Stearns was church appointed and he I I. expected Jenne and G JorIJII N.'y D.
... house\ in the county for these folders.If the Starke OhM. children of
oc TC' the J. A. Morgan place, reports a Graham; John Sbriver, Broooker. Wolfe or Marrm
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a yield of 332 1-2 bushels of sweet potatoes President urged the membership each letter leaving Bradford county to arrive here soon. iii" Wan-lia G. Ilardines; gene

Abore la a photo from one acre of land. Mr. committee to push the collection of carried, besides its' message, one Rev. L. B. Simpson, who has been See ,, ....rrta... :late
radio in Starke for the past two years, was 07t... .5DOouo oi11
dent Coolidge sent by of these folders telllnsabout our ..,.t
Prevatt completed the digging and dun from members. These funds will W. F. Dun- .. wtllsd k
London t* New York. wonderful amount of valuable sent to Crescent City. Dr. f"Ea. .....
county a
of the lt.nfuucacbriers death
photo beiDe storage big crop last week. So be needed in-- issuing advertising, elder oJt mat
...l.I.utea.tBelow shows advertising could be secured kle will continue a* presiding 1In.
taken.from radio cylinder New far this number 'bushels to the particularly the illustrated folder. the Jacksonville district. I Ninth

,r.iI' ....... acre holds the record for this section. Mr. Matthews .poke on the mat- with practically no expense.


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I HIGHLAND COURT DECISION MAY does not come within the exceptionof
COMMISSIONERS: PROCEEDINGSThe
of two new
I i: FLORIDA WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL front Including opening HAVE AN IMPORTANT 1 fraud. This decision was rendered

; REVIEW streets. Board of County Commissioners Death of Mrs. S. J. StarlingMrs. BEARING ON FUTURE November 26. It l is believed thin

in of Bradford met in will have an important bear-
Municipal and state bond issues County regu decision
v Winter Haven .._Florida Western to of $200,000,000 were authorized lar session Monday, December 1, Esther Marie Starling wife Gainesville, Nov. 29.-Lee A. 0-1 ing on future prosecutions of person
. & Northern Railroad Company excess voters at the November 4 of Samuel J. Starling, died suddenly steen, young white man who was held I under this act and now pending.piles .
( build new passenger station here. by 1921.Minutes of last meeting pead and early Tuesday morning about one in Levy County jail charged with vio-

t,. -purchased for exec election. approved. o'clock with an attack of acute indi- lation of Chapter 9288, Acts of Legis-1 Cured 6 to 14 Daysonugglet.refund
i.. Tampa-Site statistics show that shock to lature of 1923 which makes the sale'or money II''PAZp O1NTMWT fall
death ,
bureau
''' hotel. Census Upon application of A. J. Cowart, gestion. Her was a Itchloil. Blind.: Bleeding or Protruding
of $1,000.000
. 1J tion the American people in -1923 spent his son, Willie Cowart was recom- her relatives and neighbors, she have otherwise disposing of personal to PlletI.cure iMuntly relieve Itchln PU... and you

\I.: Winter Garden Approximately over $1,000 a minute, or $1,700,000 a mended to the Florida State School ing been in her usual health the day property under a mortgage lien or retain can get mtfuJ deep after fine application.: sin

,, ;: $200,000 spent for civic improvements day, for candy and ice cream. for the Deaf and the Blind at St. preceding.Mrs. title note a felony and punishableby

during past few months.\ exceeded Augustine, Florida. Starling was seventyoneyears fine or imprisonment in the state A CLEAR:: SKIN
I' Electric power growth I been married fifty- penitentiary, was yesterday releasedand Bright eyes cheeks wItH
Harbo&y; Shore boulevard 1923. Companies I The following reports received and old, having sparkling
: Safety population gain in filed: State Convict Inspector; R. A. five years of this time. discharged from custody after a the glow of health, a skin as smooth
be paved. added 2,185,000 customers. babe- the ideal an strive
to hearing on petition for writ of as velvet, we to
Green and B. L. her loss two
County Judge She leases to mourn
blemishes
attain. No no eruptions
sued out by Osteen'sattorneys
; TampaGanady bridge, constructed DETROIT'S FORD MOTOR SHIP Blanchard, Justice of the Peace Dis- sisters, Mrs. Rosier and Mrs. Star. ,as corpus, Zach U. Douglass and J. no blackheads, no marks to destroythe
\ at cost of $3,000,000, opened to trict No.1. ling; ten children, Mrs. Annie Carter, tional. After in Starke even texture of healthy skin.
,;1 i' traffic. Detroit, Mich., Nov. 30.Detroitsent The following named persons pre Mrs. C. M. Hudson, Mrs. Lizzie Austin The a hearing contended that the, The secret is pure, red blood free
its first ship to a distant foreign sented bonds, which were approvedas Mrs. Emma McEwen, Mrs. Chas. attorneys from poisons and impurities, blood 1>>
" '. Groveland Florida and Western port Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 6th, follows: George, Mrs. Nancy Perry, Levy, petitioner was held illegally by virtue that makes the body glow and radiate
I Railroad Company to build new sta when the Setamer Onondaga of the G. W. Alderman, Clerk of Circuit Raiford, Billy and John Starling, also of the statute being unconstitu- health blood that drives pirn-
tional. After a eharing in Starke, boils eruptions eczema and
tion. Motor Company's fleet sailed Court.W. thirty-one grandchildren and numerous pies t
Ford
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November 5, before Judge A. V. Long I skin blemishes from the system.
e Clermont Exchange; packing from the River Rouge plant for J. Epperson, Sheriff. other relatives.She the decision handed down by Judge I LEONARDI'S ELIXIR FOR

i house starts operation with payroll Buenos Aires, Argentina, South Geo. A. Gardiner, County Judge.N. was laid to rest in Long Long holds the statute unconstitu- THE BLOOD makes rich red '
": of 75. America. It carried a cargo of manufactured : D. Wainwright, Tax Assessor.E. Branch cemetery Wednesday,services tional and in conflict with Section 13 blood, drives the impurities out,

;I automobile parts, the first of: W. Hayes, Tax Collector. being conducted by Rev. Lucius God- of the Bill of Rights, in that it allows brings the glow of health. Use it

Palmetto-Work to start on new the kind ever exported direct from H. B. Wiggins, Superintendent of win, of Maxville.Mr. imprisonment for debt and now. Insist on LEONARDI'S.Refuse .
At all druggists.
concrete and steel bridge across any Great Lakes port. Public Instruction.C. and Mrs. J. A. Starling returned substitutes.
Manatee river. The Onondaga left the dock of the A. Knight, Supervisor of Reg- to their home in Jacksonville --- --- -- -- --- --- -

i' Ford plant at 12:30 o'clock, nosed her istration. \Monday after several weeks' visit ,,. -- ====-=-- -
I I Bunnell-Boaz Barrel Factory to way down the Rouge to theDetroitriver Louis H. Hill, County commissioner here with relatives.

I :. increase plant operations to capacity and then headed out into the District No. 1. I Highland. Dec. 12-Albert La- I

output. Detroit river and then headed out into J. M. Brownlee, County Commissioner I mons, of Gainesville, opened the
\
construction the open water with Montreal, District No. 2. ;,Bradford County school west of here
; Building
, ( Dade City- Canada the first slop on the voy- J. L. Underhill Commissioner The
I exceed $300,000. as County Monday for a four months term.
1 in city for 1924 to age to the South American coast. District No. 3. enrollment Is very good. I

Leesburg-Group of houses to be Departure of the Onondaga created G. W. Hinson, County Commissioner \Mrs. II. C. Wimberly and Miss
built on Harris lake property at something of a furor in the offices of District No. 4. Ethel Ricks were business visitorsto Our Cold Storage is ready for the reception :

Sunnyside. I I the custom officials here, where clear- S. V. Andreu, County Commissioner Jacksonville Tuesday. I
a. ,,(f ance papers were issued for the first District No. 5. Albert Lamons attended the of meat. Prices, one and one-half cents per
'
Tampa-Contracts to be awardedfor time to a ship sailing to a foreign L. W. Kickliter, Member School 'teachers' meeting at Starke Satur-

construction of Interbay drainage port. Board, District No. 1. pound for the first thirty days, and one cent \
district. Application for the papers from the G. M. Inman Member School day.A.. J. Swartz and B. B. Williams I

Went Florida Lumber Ford Motor CoVipany presented the Board, District No. 2. motored out from Jacksonville and pound for the next thirty days. We
j Carabelle per
officials with something new so. far as J. A. Wasdin, Member School spent the week-end here with relatives -
Company breaking all past produc- the port of Detroit is concerned and Board, District No. 3. and friends.

tion records with daily output of over there was a hurried perusal of records W. E. Torode, Bond Trustee, District Clyde Jones and Isaac Jones were guarantee satisfaction.J. .

91,000 feet.Edison and rules governing the issuance of No. 1. transacting business in Jacksonville

Junction Seaboard Air such papers. J. H. Ritch, Bond Trustee, DistrictNo. Saturday.W. .

I Line Railway Company relaying line While the Onondaga is the first 2. M. Wimberly was a visitor to S. Blitch
to Bradley with heavier steel. merchant vessel to sail from Detroitto A. A. Durden, Bond Trustee, Dis- Starke and Waldo Sunday.H. Supt.

a foreign port, officers and several trict No. 4. C. Wimberly, Jr., visited friendsat
Jacksonville = Contract;; ; to be members of the ship's crew are all R. A. Weeks, Bond Trustee, District Hampton Sunday.E. FLORIDA STATE FARM

I awarded for installation of lighing! old salt water seamen and the voyage No. 6. W. Cornfck and II. C. Wimberly,

\ system on Atlantic, boulevard. will bring them back to seas they have J. II. Lowery, Constable, DistrictNo. Jr., were transacting business, in
< sailed before.In 1.Jacob. Lnwtey Monday.
r Daytona Daytona Chamber of starting the Onondaga on its J. Johns Constable District
of
for erection i Mr. and \Mrs. Chas. George, I
site
i I Commerce secures voyage to South America, the Ford No. 2.
Jacksonville called here Tues-
1 I were
I
of new home.Davenport Motor Company inaugurated its own E. K. Perryman, Notary Public day by the sudden death of her mother

Modern waterworks export and Atlantic Coast shipping.It Petition received from citizens of Mrs. S. J. Starling.Mrs. .
is new and noteworthy develop- Starke asking that the of Lige ----
a
system being installed. name Lizzie Austin and Mrs. C. M. '" --
ment in the automobile industry and Wright be placed upon pauper roll, Hudson, of Jacksonville. were hereto
Valdosta-Southern Plant Growers one In which the Ford company, with he being entirely destitute and unable attend the funeral of their mother -

U 1-11 i irti Association to permanently organize. its own ships, uses the Great Lakesas to work. Upon motion, his name Mrs. Starling\ Wednesday. Motors

: I Sebring-Plans and specifications a gateway to bring it into branches. closer ordered placed upon said roll and allowed Miss Minnie Pendarvis, of Raiford, Cushman Offset 1 1For
relationship with its foreign $2 per month.S. visited friends here Sunday.Mr. .
!
of
S completed for construction concrete J. Prescott reported that Ervin and Mrs. George Lastinger, of

pier. It likewise has an important bear- Higginbotham, pauper, is entirely Kingston, arrived Thursday to spend

i r : Dade City-Seven carloads of ing upon shipping to salt water from helpless and recommended that his the holidays with her parents, Mr. I

k. .. fruit and vegetables shipped from the Great Lakes, Illustrating the allowance be increased from $3 to $5 I and Mrs. R. D. Prescott.
l : here during past week. business expansion and economy in per month. Upon motion and second, Friends of Mr. R. D. Prescott will
freight transportation which may be it was ordered that said increase be
t --- regret to learn of his continued illness -
J j I Palm City Approximately 4,000 expected if the proposed St. Lawrence allowed and that he be paid $5 per at his home near here.R. .

1 !1 acres in and around city to be devel river development or any other month. L. Prescott, of Kingston, is IntertypesLinotyp2s
.' oped and placed on market. improvement which will deepen the Petition or request from New Riv- spending some time here the guestof
draught in the St. Lawrence Locks is er received asking for an allowancefor relatives. .
I Tallahassee Everglades Drainage carried out. Hannah Birch. Same was refer

J District to bridge canal being Due to the fourteen-foot draught: red to H. P. Gainey for Investigation
SEABOARD TIME TABLE
I and
cut west of Kissimmee river. of the St. Lawrence river locks, the and report at next meeting of this

Brooksville --Florida West Coast Onondaga left Detroit with a cargo board. (In effect November 16, 1924.) LinographsThe
of around 1500 ton When the additional Mrs. Lizzie Tompkins of Starkewas SouthboundNo. ,
Railroad surveying road west of city.
cargo is loaded at Montreal, placed upon the Widow's Pen- 1 reaches Starke at 12:16: a. m.
, h r Miami Beach-New hotel to be the Onondaga will have on board sion Fund as Guardian for two orphan No. 3, 11:02 a. m.
of manufactured parts for 2,100 Ford children of deceased last word in Compact unit. Quickly
l erected at coat $150,000. Levy Strickland No. 21, Cedar Key, 5:00 p. m. power. !
in addition to shipment of at $6 month.
cars a ser- per
1. tract of No. 7, Limited, 2:16: p. m. installed. Simple of
Winter Haven-Large operation.
i vice parts. The whole cargo is con There being no further business,
I'' land south of Lake avenue to be signed to the Ford Branch at Buenos Board adjourned to meet the first NorthboundNo. -
; thoroughly developed and convertedInto Aires. Monday in January, 1925.G. 2 reaches Starke 4:15: a. m.

residence district. The ''Steamer Onondaga and Oneida W. ALDERMAN, No. 4, 4:26: p. m. One of those motors has just been added to the Bradford

which during the summer carried coal Clerk and Auditor. No. 20, Cedar Key, 8:50: a. m. County Telegraph equipment.
Lnke Worth Casino to be
remodeled I
north and lumber from the Ford mills No. 104 Limited, 5:57: p. m. I ,
and repaired at cost of $10- CAMPAIGN
OPENS
Wannee BranchNo.
in -northern Michigan to the River -

f, 000. Rouge plant, entered the coast service FOR ORPHANS' FUNDA 101 leaves Starke 7:40: a. m. Write for Detail.

Stuart-Plans under way to ex- leaving the two larger ships the nation-wide-campaign to raisean No. 102 arrives Starke 3:15: p. m.

tend city limits to include St. Lucie Henry Ford II and the Benson Ford, endowment fund of $3,000,000: to (Daily except Sunday) ,

Estates subdivision. I on the Great Lakes for carrying iron care for orphaned children of World T. J. GRIFFIN, i iAgeat I CUSHMAN ELECTRIC CO.
lumber coal. j
ore, and War veterans and helpless, disabled I
I Lake Worth-Four school
new
The Oneida the
began loading at -
ex-service men, is about to be launched I|
-
buildings to be constructed during River Rouge Plant the day the Onon- by the American Legion, It was To Cure a Cold In One Day I Concord, N. H.

coming year. daga sailed and will carry Ford car announced by national headquartersof Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE (1'ableu' It
parts in bulk for domestic use. After .top*the roudh and Headache and work off tha
I Center Approximately $100 tha organization.The Cold. E. W. GROVE'S signature no each box. Mo.
taking only sufficient to permit -
000 being spent for paving work. cargo program was authorized by I
passage through the St. Lawrence, the annual .
convention of the legionat ------ ---- -
Palatka-Two new brick business the Oneida sails for Norfolk, Va., St. Paul.

buildings to be erected on Lemon where the remainder of the cargo, The immediate necessity of raising r- I'VB GOT rr CURLY -e
will be loaded. The Oneida will then = .. LETS PLAY A GAME
street. funds to care for the helpless chil- FOLKS -....' .- .
{ ( sail for Jacksonville, Fla., New Or- dren of ex-service ...... I'LL BET PIVB CENTS
'Z.
who POP
Okeechobee Sherman Lumber leans, La., and Houston, Texas de- either killed men were IN OUR INVITED THAT I CAM MAKE
in action
or died as a result
TH' FUNNIEST
Company constructing largest sawmill livering shipments to branch assembly of their SEVERAL .
in state. four miles east of town. plants of the company in those war service, was explained OP THE Ja- PACE OF ANYONE
by Mark T. McKee of Detroita TOWNA
cities. TbWNFOUL
under for member of the legion national wel-
Tampa-Plans way con.struction .
Both the Onondaga and the Oneida ysT & 9
fare
of $1,000,000 city hospital. committee. Mr. McKee pointedout
OVEft TOMIS
'
will, during the winter season, make the
rapidly growing need of H
Dt'lIeair-Dellealr Developing Com their home port in Norfolk, Va., viding for the orphaned boys pro.and A NOuSEuuTTTtE

pany planing to spend millions con where a Ford Assembly branch has girls, at the same time stressing the .
verting Belleair into exclusive winter been recently completed. needs ;
of the disabled: men. lIe declared IVtfWY- ( r

l resort. Suntji Claus would have a had time that the already existing facilitiesof Handicap BUT

.st. Petresburg-Extensive changesto bringing a water system down the the legion home at Otter Lake, IT

be made along north short water- chimney but it would make a fine Mich., were overcrowded and that tty To SEEMS 66 '
there were 200 children who
Christmas present for the farmer'swife are
just the same. emergency cases needing the assistance RA'THfiADEAD 7, eo, e'e 1 1y
SOUTH FLORIDA'SGREAT of the legion at once. The other EdwardMcCuIlongh e.

1 Good rule for the conver ational- legion billet at Independence, Kan., 0s -
;, NEWSPAPER the face of the poor hearer. He may is not yet in operation. =-
-:.
i be better able to hear you, but with "There are 5,000 children of dead AUTOCASTER .

---- i hIt: Never stick your saying place in '\"orldVar veterans, who need care
I the germs you speck his face with right now," Mr. McKee said, "and a .

i 1 If you want to keep posted on the may be too much for his constitution.If total of 33,000 war wives. WAtT -- W$ATyTH' _

marvelous development of South we didn't burn the woods, lespedeza see"We the must underlying look close mistery at caused home and 'fl4 FAIR N'T MATfgi. TMLooKAY
by
Florida, you must read would soon establish itself on the WHY AIM 2 601' NEIL
I. great conflict. We must help the
all our range pastures, and within a disabled man; he is our first obliga 1.12218 R PAIR HSII
1'1 few years we would have some real tion
and he needs. us now. The aW11f
The Tampa pasture.
I American Legion must keep faith i

Morning Tribune with its fallen comrades by seeing
A TONIC that helpless children are not deprived c u- t
drove's Tasteless chill Tonic restores of those opportunities rightfully. 1
Every nook and corner of South Energy and Vitality by Purifying and w

l Florida is carefully covered by Trib- Enriching the Blood. When you feel its Thrift may be carried too far; It a

une correspondents. Write for strengthening. Invigorating effect see how is better to put in a water systemnow 2
it brings color the for the wife than to give her'' a g //
4 cample copy and rates. to chocks and bowit fine tombstone a little later.-N. I
Improves the appetite you will then Ext. News. Y. tf 1)Ii )

appreciate its true tonic value. L
Groves Tasteless chill Tonic Is simply More Florida-farmers ought to // n}

Iron and Quinine suspended in syrup. So take advantages of the state fairs, .
The Tampa pleasant even children like It. The blood which essentially should be for the 1
needs QUININE/ to Purify It and IRON to farmers.

Morning Tribune Enrich It. Destroys Malarial germs and I
Grip germs by Its Strengthening Invigorating Modern definitions: Satisfaction- > l

; Tampa, Florida. Efface 60c something coming








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DAY DECEMBER 12. 1921. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA

1I. PACK TIIREK

,
.-t I HOW'S THIS? COUNTY OFFICERS! US-f TURN I!as clerk of tho circuit court-of Hills-

Newt of Florida in Short Paragraph i H AII., :* C4TA1IHU MKIHC1NR will FEES INTO TUEASUIIIES |, borough county, rexpondent. This
ilo what .
we claim for It
-' .._ J .____.dO .. ......-.....--. <<;, nr Catarrh or D"nrnuNe-rM your caused system by i-a-so wa instituted to enforce thepro.j..illnq
Lntiirrh" Tallahassee Dec. 10-County officers of Chapti-r. fH17.!> Laws of
I IIALI.'S CAT*it mi niF-mriNH. : ran. of Florida who have heretofore' I I
Live State News IMS' of an Olntmi-nt which Quickly Florida IH'Jl, conumrnly< known as
; Relieves the ealarrhnl' Inflammation, and received compensation under the fee j
L Uncle John the Intnrnal' Modlrln. a Tonic, which system. are required under u ruling I> the county olVii'i'rt' uihill law.
rr. I "acts through the Hlonrl on the Muroim I ...
ww.rrw..lTold today by tho .
Surfaces, thus restoring normal condi supreme court to pay
- by Our Exchange They tell us that "publicity"can tion. into the county treasury all net receipts JOaNWmTEiCatouitviuc.
Sold bir (IruRtfiits for over 40 Your. t
make the people think- I P. J. Cheney A Co.. Toledo Ohio. above a stipulated amourt KV, ,
,__' __m.__ that any business will succeed In making the ruling the supremecourt hUkluk!II tin ;141". ,
that's backed by printer's Ink- jury for the death of N. ,, .
D. Rrowartl
awnrded a peremptory writ of taut e..Att..e'r
increasing menace to the traveling and, so we read advertisements r uRav
infive public. wherever we may go to learn nephew of former Governor 13 row- mandamus in the case of the state- ,

.iirlbeautification program, Mount about the values that the peopleort ard, at the Cady home early In the ex-rel Rivers Uuford, attorney gen- j Furs r '

:,Bora has Just voted a $45.000 bond Key West-Capt. William J. Phelan to know. morning of November 22, and indicted oral, relator v.V.. R"l'Vatklns! \ II| ,. t.' ,
;'U4V. for the purchase of a tract of of the P. & O. ferryboat Estrada It seems to me most cruel- for murder in tho second degree .,
Palma has been In this happy day an' time, to will be brought to trial before Judge -
4 nd{( f or a city park. exonerated of all waste oar pfeolous, energies insdvertisin' ,
l blame for the collision with small T. Picton Warlow in the criminal
a West-Construction work court on December 15 10 and 17. The air nlnr.ji: from poles far apart. r
on Cuban launch in the Havana channel discastin' under ool sdhnes ,
details Kii'-h:
I West end of the highway to on the night of Tuesday November bold an blackl which helpto solicitor has expressed the intentionof This WeekBy the car speed carries'is lOll fifty pasmntfersand nulua an
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will be started by De 18, according to word received hereby Boost the and his having Cady arraigned for pleading r.our.

J !t 1, according to present indi- P. & O. officials. Five Cuban soldiers -; method of attack! on Monday when the court con-

CB.fJJona. The intitial project will be were drowned when the eight I Which leads to the conclusion venes, if the indictment Is certified in Mont interesting of all, the car,

,:j to.*,?bridge connecting Stock Island! occupants of the launch were thrown did that would meanness leave us feelln'folks have better time. Another case, scheduled for the hanging below the steel cable isdriven :ai

Boca Chlca. into the water by the crash. Three of -tf the papers kep' it hid I opening of the criminal court is that driven.along A as a flying machineIs '

ijfest bodies were recovered. The Estrada To advertise the evil when old of J. D. Patiry who was released on nine feet in diameter powerful worked propeller by, I I ,
Palm Beach-The
county : Palma operates between Key West Satan strikes a blpw, is to stock $1,500 bond, pending the action of clvcric current taken from the t t "'
"!_ ,,:::01lmlssion has announced its inten- I and the Cuban capital. our young Americans in what the court on a charge growing out of ; cable overhead, pushes the car.

1.utiwtui; launching at once dtermlnedfpllJl8 they ortn't to know. the story told by a girl who says she With power enough and a big
to bridge the last remaining Tampa-The total value of asses- I hope to see the day arrivewe'd is under 18, of a struggle in a locked l propeller, tho car might as easily
i e T:."rt,on the cross-state road between sable property in Tampa is placed welcome it, I'm sure-when room of the defendant's candy, palace | j go 100 miles an hour as 60 miles. ,
|h3r and Fort Myers. The stretch is our papers draw the line at stuff F' By Arthur Brisbane Then "New York to Chicago above y
Orlando.
at 22123730.05- it is shown in a that s hateful and impure. in Patiry has not been seen
the railroad
r. miles in U hours, for $9.{ "
I I tpltl twenty ___long._ report adopted by the city commis- There's enough of good a-beln' in Orlando since he stepped from jail RAILROADS AND SOMEDAY.

I mpa-The county commission sion. It required more than a year to done to occupy our space- into a waiting automobile following Dr. Mary Walker cared little 1
I a' jjlet contracts totaling $353,671.50 complete the report of revaluation, which the devil takes advantage i I the lowering of his bond fixed by SEMI-FLYING MACHINE. about fashion but the latent news 1 ,
I which under of to scandalize our race! ; fudge II. K. Lorraine from I'arin would interest her.
I ''t' onstruction of a new three story authorization voted the i at $10,000( to HEARING THE: ATOM. .
city assessor will be used as the bas- I $1,500 when the size of tho bond was The now "...rH." is to be more
fjafi for
I :[building Ilillsborough coun- I HER AFRICAN BLOOD.
like trousers than dress, a sort of
t _.t4.ork on tho plant, which will be is for next year's tax roll with asscssments I| appealed on a habeas corpus writ -- .. .. .------ ,_- .._- slit skiit. Politics, athletics and. I'
I erected l on the site of tho present based on fifty per cent of and reduced by Judge/ Warlow. President Coolidge will ask common sense will finally do away

11ai 1fa to begin January 1. I the value shown. The present valua- f lower railroad freight rates and with tho cumbersome skirt. That

tion is $37,000,000.Miami I TIIEKESSAThcrcRsa suggoiit that the roads van makeup impediment was all right In the ,>
,I (.'VVauchula-A new cty3$ \ to be GRIM! tho difference by practicing harem where It was born. It." nil 1
established near here. The name has The American Legion Dec. 12-!Mr. and Mrs.C. economy. wrong on the public street collm'ting -

"jnet'been selected yet, but the Ander- post of this city has awarded a con- I A. Youngblood and daughter, Nellie That Is not the railroad !idea germs, preventing tree move

soij'Renlty company announced the tract for construction of the legion left hero tho 19th of Novemberfor however. President Coolidge wliffind ment. _

'Bole\cf) some 2,800 acres of land lying home at the corner of N. E. Day; Larkin where they will make l that railroad management and, A lawsuit raising interesting

between Ona and Bridges to a firm Shore Drive and Eighth street- at a tel $8,056,002 represents tho expenses their home. railroad our Government wishes are n although departmentof not questions .Is coming. A young man

;'ofiBaUimoro{ developers. The devel- cost"' of 169077. The home will be of operating the general departments Mr. and Mrs\ Calvin Triest, of listed as such in the Constitution.The named Khinelander, whose peoplefor

'opety are expected to arrive here located on the lot, 100 by 150 feet, of the state government; $20- Stuart. arrived here Sunday to visit several generations have not
o1ir which deeded worknd for n living and are, therefore -
was to the organization relatives.Mr. voters when less prosperous -
763, interest on debt; and.150.867:\ "
called
"aristocrats marrieda
"" by the city. The building itself will Chas. Philips is visiting his times make thinking necessary ,
.- Uahassee-J--: L.: Cressap, statehighway be 63 outlays for permanent Improve- will decide to have young woman with negro blood.
by 100 feet. The first floor will brother, W. M. Philips in South a government -
Her
The for 1923 have
ments. figures compared running the railroads instead people always worked'
engineer, has returned from contain -
space for six stores, while with those of 1922, when the to- Jacksonville.Mr. of railroads running the hard; therefore she Is no arlato-
SanlFrancisco\
gov
: where he attended a the second and third stories will be tal payments for the state were $11- and Mrs.\ E. S. Sibley visited ernment. crat. The young man annoyed by

.meeting of the American Association used for meeting rooms for different 448,418 and in 1917, $3,617.716, a his parents, Mr.\ and Mrs. L. G. Sib- This is not said unkindly, or by publicity and by the Kit KliU
ofl state highway officials. Judge II. branches of tho throwing stones through his win }
war veternas. of ley in Putnam Wednesday an agent of boUhevlom., The writer
capita $11.18 and $4.00
BjPhilips chairman of the state per re dow now sues for annulment
I has few shares
Mrs. C. Mann, of Lee, Is visiting a thousand of Toil-
totals all
spectively. The include
who also attended I West Palm of his marriage, saying ho was deceived
roadldepartment, Beach-A movement tier Mr. road stocks, a few hundred thousands -
parents and Mrs. G. W. ]tin- '
thls,meeting, was expected to return has been started here for the forma- payments for the year, whether aon. in railroad bonds. nut it is as to his bride's rare.' h"toi
the tion fnade from current revenues or desirable for railroad men to reuli'.c ( him nothing about the negro
during week. an association
composed of all from tho proceeds of bond issues. Miss Ida Hagan visited. her brother that It Is not going to bo midSummer blood.
: h : persons interested in development of Jeff Hagan of Palatka Thursday u
lli West-A gigantic athletic for ever. If
the the In the "
Everglades. It is the intention to' young woman us*
stadium of 10,000 seating capacity bring all land Gainesville-The contract for the who is seriously ill. There i it- i-old weather coming. fights t the question of her cm>
the
of
ia'planned by the Cuban Club of this | and owners Everglades new $225,000 DeMolay! dormitory at Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Youngblood stitutfonal( rights might be taken '' 1;
representatives \ilml* of the Into Theodore
of allI and! children visited her Mr. ITS to the I'nito,
city.Tthe; construction of which will the University of Florida has been parents, I States Supreme
i r ...isexi'ltwill. l'. interrstel l the
in .
communities together in the i "
association and !Mrs.\ L. G. Sibley In Putnam this ( (,ult. Now York", State l gallxe.
begin, during the month Dr. and work the is
present I for the of let/ on building expected i >t('ment, mado by the authority
purpose dealing more week. marriages between Alt-leans and
J&H&lRenedo. president of the club j jannounced. I! authoritatively with to start in the near future, according i' the fimily' that a newcomer whiten TIlt in this .,,
The structure will first be tf the Everglades commissioners to officials of the local chapter !Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Williamson, of i -m the mystiTiojx realms of the case i is nearly young white.woman A man in

of/wood, but three years later will The commissioners drainage district. The site of the building will be Trilby are visiting relatives here. i r !'\\inte is (!Xpl'l''.od in the Long- New Yoi''k; 1-oul.i not irot a divorceon !
it is ,
be replaced by concrete, according to be asked stated will on five lots. owned by the order, be- II. E. Moorer was a visitor to Keystone \ 0 th family. tho ground that Ills wife had
concerning plans they .r'a.! I.onu\vorth wns Miss Alice
any ; '
pUns,! have tween Seventh and Ninth streets. Its Heights Saturday. i'oeei\cd h m about a Itrltlsh or
for r.'velt.
'
relieving flood conditions. E. S. Sibley was transacting business C! It'- 'I ruin of blood.Vhut will
completion will help to relieve the '
!h. '' who have read llnlten'aI' I
t ['Petersbu--The board( of in Starke Friday the EIII''T11f1 Cirtit. say about a
DeaLnd acute for students ,
the
-Mrs. Rhoda Tedder housing at red'ly know that the gr tiKitnof
county commissioners of Pinellas of first degree murder over convicted a- university as the large building will Messrs\ II. E. !Moorer and.I K. S. O tho father is handed down fo.v drops' uf et '! !gn-d i blond, ?

county have ordered an election calledlrer'January year ago in connection with the I easily accommodate two hundred As Sibley were transacting business in ( rough tho daughter, not thrmiuht A'oms of I Iran, H > smnll that you
| :;; 3 for the Leaman ''death' of her first husband, Court it is now, many of the students have Stniko Wednesday.Mrs. t! e son. The now little RuoaeveTt-,! wo !L.'t! i r">i. o tun thousand of
school house when the property ownrsjwtll land Smith to the M.\ Holder was a visitor to I.ongworth may prnvu to bu the (Ih m In the turner of your eye,
and room long from
a
sentenced to life ways campus -
'ini-nrnut'on of 'I 1 hen Im'('. It ''"IIb rllllII ,
roaring noise rush
vote for
creation of a special Hampton Wednesday. / ax they
imprisonment, has been but as the site for the new building .
found not interesting to see how his little to ,
roadland bridge district No. 11 and Mr. and !\IrK. II. K.: !Moorer\ and, little ft rrngnol held near the,n.

guilty at this term of circuit court is near the campus this situationwill t.cth develop. KIIC.--Itints or! the jcn nil Elnctrlc a
Issuance of $625,000 in bonds for here in a new trial granted her by he remedied! to some building fifteen miles of permanent tho supreme court. Th. nnlu tw/t funds. for the dormitory, which will for 1 I.arkin where they" will visit their Monsieur Laity, eighty-four' that makes the run Ing sound v

roadaX witnesses for the defense were- Mrs also be the center of Demolay activi- son, A.Ioorer.!\ yens old, has invented( the aero audible If that's poH-jIble' may
'
,= City-States Attorney Jim Tedder and her husband, Fred Ted- ties in the State, were raised. ns the ear will", build and a the sample French"uurn government lino"Tho our we not distant Homo relations day hear voices of
Colds Cause on neighbor-
KeJlIY<.was in the city last Saturday der, now serving a lifo term for the result of efforts of members of the drip and Influenza ear, 7 fart li'irh' 7 fort. wlilcHM iiur' |"dnm morning attending preliminary hear- same crime. In his testimony, Tedder Masonic order in Florida. LAXATIVE DKOMO QUININE T.bl.-t remove I 10 feet long,, i-i' -<'ii"I f h. N', (lung i is impoHsible that men
exonerated his the cu... There 1 U ooly one "Bromo Qululu." l-: tiiMu foittuo,'
In ofhSteve Dukes, Cody Witt, Nor- wife of all implication C. W. GROVE'S .1.t 111) IV-! < an imagnm.
denature on box. :3Ua
ma Ives and B. F. Eatman charged in the crime, and shouldered all Jacksonville-Charles E. Clements,

witlmhe abduction blame for the crime. 118. of West Palm Beach, being returned __ n_ --.
and beating to .. ------,---- -
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death of two negroes, W. L. Shaw to the state prison farm at -- .- -- -- -- -- ---- _. .. .. .
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and Priest Williams. several weeks ; Approximately 17 Raiford, to complete a two year sentence -
miles I
of aditlonal I"
: paved highway for after escaping in October from
ags'tiThe hearing was before Justiceof Escambia
,the Peace W. J. Edwards. county are covered in con- u road camp, leaped 1 through a win- I'I '
-- I tracts awarded by the board of coun- dow of a moving train and escapedon TT 1 I

lam-With a capitalization of ty commissioners, to cost $199,729.22 December 3, the police here have r l i I I'', I III kNSer

oai..million dollars, the Masonic I Ten miles of reinforced concrete been informed. The prisoner's scnsnLional I

Temple Association will be Incorporated highway on the Ponsacola-Floflanton escape was made known in a *. ... I
,'tor financing a fifteen story road, and 6 2-3 miles on the Pensa- telegram: to the police from Nathan

Masonic building. estimated to cost cola-Nunez Ferry highway are cov- Mayo, commissioner of agriculture, t
$750,000 and site ered In the contracts. Only eight //s I
purchasing a at in Tallahassee who asked that cir-
Northeast Second avenue and Twen- miles of unpaved road will be left culars of the prisoner be distributedby Oh III e il r .

,ty-first, street for $85,000; officers between Pensacola and Flomanton, the state bureau of Identification. I III

I announced. A campaign for the sale and one and a half between here and! maintained here by the Jacksonville r '

offnundred dollar certificates of Indebtedness Nunez Ferry when this work is com- police. Clements smashed the glass Thank I

to pay for the site will pleted, it is stated. with his hands cuffed and then jumped -

startfyoon. !Miami The city commissionersare to the ground before O. II. Rogers. You
a prison farm attache, could stop v
"" working
Tampa Favorite action during on plans to submit to
thefpresent session of congress for the voters early next year a bond issue him. Whon the train came to a stop y F
Clements had! disappeared in the ,
providing for wr y
establishing air mail service between municipal Improve- I' !
New. York, Tampa and perhaps Mi- ments aggregating $1,500,000Pro- woods.Daytona.The escape occurred near I Dadddy.'c.

amklJCey West and Havana, will besought jects incorporated in the proposalare
additional I i fI I art
by the Tampa Aeronautical warehouses at the y
Association In announcing this step, '.municipal docks and harbor develop Tallahassee-The board of com- r ,
.itiwas stated that cooperation will ment to cost $100,000; developmentof missioners of the Everglades drainage I *. *. *. *. III
the municipal bay front \ district awarded $700,000 worthof
bq sought of aviation clubs and park,
boards of trade in Florida, Georgia $100,000; extension of street railway Everglades drainiage district I
bonds advertised for sale to W. I.
and.Ylorth and South Carolina. I system, $75,000; completion of municipal I
water system. S2.ri0.imO: Incin Slavton and Comnanv. of Toledo.at .

EJ learwater-The city commissionersVhave erator and garbage equipment t, '$50-: $1)8.03 per $100 value, plus accrued I

taken the intitlal steps for 000; city's share In sanitary sewer. Interest. The bonds are to be paid, I'' Mr. Man, are you a good provider? Is your family well-clad and

tb calling of an election to issue $100,000; new curb market, $75,000 $150,000 cash and $150,000 a month
1200,000 worth of municipal improvement street widening, $100,000, and city; thereafter, or earlier at option of comfortably housed? Is there happiness and plenty in your home I

bonds for the purpose of hospital, $50,000.TallahasseeThe. purchaser. They were awarded sub- this Christmas? If burden is heavy and you have found your-
extending water and gas mains to ject to the option of Slayton and, your

the outlying\ territory taken into the value of Florida Company to purchase them at the self far from having done the things you would like to do for loved
eit IImitl. Interest and sinking fund school property increased more than lame price and terms In 30 days. The

w betaken care of, under the 20 per cent this year over that of I bonds bear interest at the rate of 5 ones, we think we can help you. Other men have to give and

plans, by receipts from the sale of 1923 according to figures compliedat 1-2 per cent. This award brings the '
A LI FT LE r
water;',and gas. the state superintendent's office. total outstanding bonds against the make happy-because they have always spent-JUST ,

aihassee--The The total value of all school property Everglades drainage district to $0-! LESS-than have earned. No matter how small may be i
'T' in the they
1925 state cen- state for 1921 now amounts to 750000. Total sales to date Includ

usfaathorized by the constitution $25,750,884.15' ; as compared with a ing those of today. amount to $10- your start adopt that method in your own affairs, and in Christmases i
will i not be started until February total value last year of 20112901. 650,000 of whlcr $900,000 have been

15, according to information obtained 87. These figures do not include the Vetired. to come can make loved ones happy. I II
you your
at the State House. Nathan Mayo, property owned by the state at the II I
eommiwioner of agriculture, who University of Florida and the State Orlando-The case of Hal D. Cady, I I

will have charge of this work, contemplates College for Women. Of the total held responsible by a special grand

placing a large force in value of public school property in Start the New Year '
Resolve Now
the field at that time in order to complete Florida $22,175,541.34 represents the To Stop a Cough Quick I to :

the census before the next legislator value of buildings and the lots on take HAYES' HEALING HONEY a I

convenes-in April. which 573,542.84 they represents are situated-the while value $2-of cough Dealing medicine the Inflamed which and slope Irritated the cough tissues.by i With a Savings Account at this Bank i iI

Tamp Razorback hogs and furniture and A box of CROVTS O-PEN-TRATE:
equipment. i ii
range(cowi have used up their welcome SALVE for Chest Colds. Head Colds and I
*on the roads of Ilillsboroughcounty. Tallahassee-Total payments for Croup .Is enclosed with every bottle ofHAYES'

;'according to views expressed expenses, interest and outlays for should be HEALING rubbed on HONEY.the chest and The throat salve The Bank of Starke I
"members of the the state of i
by Hillsborough government Florida for of children: suffering from a Cold or Croup.
Comity Beautification Commissionwho the fiscal year ending December 31. Th.Helfo eftVet at HirM* Hrfltat thane"told
hare appointed a committee to 1923, amounting to 113,527,632, or *tlM. Ibrtwc combined with th* htfe .***of The Bank of Helpful Service i iI :
G.; ...... O-Pra-Tr..* Slv. thrash UM font of
wag campaign of publicity in favor 12.93 per capita according to financial IoedlD.o ..CW..BM.
of,. no-fence law. J. R. Calhoun, statistics for this state, compiled Both,raMdlM r* pact= .4 In on* eaitoo sad UM j
cow o named as chairman of the committee by the federay department of commerce Just ask your druggist for HAYES :.
cI&rM that "wandering stock Is ant and received here. Of this to- HEALING liON EY. '


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,;;" FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA. FRIDAY DECEMBER: 12, 1921.


i"i S FRIDAY AFTERNOON BRIDGE [Each bank to furnish bond in sum ot'' Strains of Tallassee and Rabbit.

r. CLUB ENTERTAINED)<; $10,000. eye blueberries. Strong plants that

t | Bills audited and approved will appear \ will bear quickly and heavily. Best

: 1 :: : Mrs E. M. Johns was hostess to I next issue. rENT-A-\VORD stock on market. Write for price

; ; the Friday afternoon bridge club, at I! There being! no further business and information. -Tallassee Blueberries .

efy her attractive home on N. Walnut the board adjourned to meet first ( BlackBhear, Ga. if

street. The club members enjoying Monday in January 1925.

the afternoon were Mesdames Ed- L. W. KICKLITEB, The best job you can do to Improve I
-.. ward Burns. O. L. Beasley, N. Stern- Chairman.
,
I. '- mankind Is to make a man out

i L ; IJ'ao'-wH 29 11I1io'S) berg, F. L. Turner, G. M. Inman II. B. WIGGINS, FOR RENT-5-room house with all of yourself.We ,

J Misses Alice Tharin, Aileen Alvarez; Secretary and Superintendent. conveniences. G. M. Sistrunk, "
I I' I It invited guests: Mrs. L. Wyman, Miss Starke. 12-5-2t see where our old friends, the
t; : SPEND TilE DAY PARTY finance have a host of friends, who,, Hilda Struth, Mrs. R. J. DaviK l and REALTY TRANSFERSW. Reds, are plotting another revolution '

will wish them every happiness. Mrs. Herbert Ritch. in this
mules country.
I + FOR SALE-Pair big, heavy ,
The Woman's Missionary Society Times-Union, Dec. Oth. At the close of the game it was \M. Turner to Hoover Bros., two work.
suitable for rough heavy
,
church met Friday at
of the
/ Baptist .
1 found that Miss Aileen Alvarez had lots.P. $150 for the pair if takers at once. Sooner or later the fair that does
of Mrs. F. A. Scott and
the home JUNIOR CLUB ORGANIZED J. Pearce to John Kinsley and
made high and Mrs. O. L. Beasley
and sewing. E. W. Hayes, Starke. 1128tf. not cater primarily to the farmer and
pent the day quilting M. B. 160 .
t made low and each was presentedwith Kinsley, acres.E. housewife is going to fall. Sideshowswill
Twenty-seven members were present The Junior Club was organized dainty R. Poppell and J. C. Poppell to
t and those enthusiastic workers December 3, at 4 p. m., at the Wom- The a hostess prize.sdrved a delicious I Rubie \Mae Poppell, 20 acres. FOR SALE Million/ Charleston ] not keep the doors open all the

finished a quilt to be sent to their an's Club. The members are the girls salad course with ice tea. W. M. Parker to J. E. Adkins, 40( Wakefield Cabbage Plants one time.
missionary in New Mexico, and also of the younger set and the boys will acres. twenty-five per 1,000. J. II. Moore, I I
r
.... did a lot of other sewing. be admitted. at honorary. members.The I 20TH CENTURY BRIDGE CLUB W. R. Fowler to G. B. Colson, 20 Lawtey, Fla. 11214t. i J. L. FRAZEB ,i
o'clock the sat down ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLORAT
At one party club is under the supervision of arres. I

j to( a delicious luncheon' of chicken Miss Aileen Alvarez. ,I Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump enter G. W. Lewis to L. R. Edwards, 10 FOR SALE-Early Jersey Wakefield LAWPOSTOFFICE

I pilau, potato souffle, salad, hot rolls, The following officers were elected rained the 20th Century bridge club acrEs.J! Cabbage Plants $1 per m. 75 cents BUILDING

spiced grapes, jelly, pickles, cake, for the year: < I I Thursday evening at their hospitable I : E. Coleman to M. C. Richardson, perm,in 10 m lots f. o. b. Lawtey.J. .

I.-. coffee and tea. President: Lucile Mitchell. home on Thompson street. 10 acres. L. Harrell, Lawtey, Fla. STARKE FLA.

f' I VicePresidentIary: \ Canova. Mrs. E. L. Biggs made high score Bessie L. Brannen to Mrs. R; III. ll-21-4t
: I JUNIOR CLUB PARTY Secretary: Hazel Middletton. and received as a prize a beautiful Green 80( acres. *

' ;t. I -entertained the Treasurer: Rosa Leviton. blue vase; O. L. Beasley also made A. B. Alvarez to D. E. Knight, 80 LADIES WORK AT HOME-Pleas- THERMOSTATIC AUTOMATIC Z
The Junior Club
. ;: high and, was presented with a fancy acres. ant, easy sewing on your machine.
Chairman of Finance: Virginia /
I I of CARBURETER CONTROL
,1 prospective honorary members Weeks. coat hanger. \Mra. O. L. Beasley andJ. Alice Norman to W. E. Norman, I Whole or part time. Highest possible i .
at the
6'I I their organization at a party Chairman J. Truby made low, and each were 40 acres. prices paid. For full information ;
of Programs and Music:
club house night
Friday
address L. Jones Box 2,
The entertained by Florence Andrews. given a set of score pads. The guest T. L. Thomas to L. II. Futch, 20 ;
guests were 111. It *
I Olney,
prize, a fancy powder puff, was won
Chairman of Health: Harriet Ritch. acres.
j the following numbers: 'C Gives From 50 per cent to
+
t Pianologue: Katy Did: Paul Chairman of Press: Grace Wood. by-The: Miss hostess Alice served Tharin.a tempting sal Lot Ira 12 W.in Pinholster Ward City.to E. T. Stewart. FREE! FREE! FREE!-A lot at :t: 100 per cent more mileage 4
It decided that
was two meetings
Knight.
Solo: You'll Never Get to Heaven should'be held each month, a busi- ad course of chicken salad, olives, \M. C. Richardson to J. E. Coleman, with Flamingo every, Orange subscription County to Florida"Hap- :'t from each gallon of gas. :rT
saltines, pickles and hot chocolate. .
t I With Theme Griffin. ness meeting and a social meeting' 10 acres. .
Eyes-Owen Club members enjoying the eve- penings In Florida. Agents paid From 100 per cent to 200 per .
c Reading: Her Choice Lucile at which the honorary members will liberal commission. Box 1984 MIami l:
j Mr. Mrs. cent better lubrication from
be entertained. ning were: and G. M. In- One of the best modern mystery #
Mitchell. *
"t man, Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Dr. Fla. It :..
Beasley, stories is how do the neighbors man- each quart of oil. 4
Piano Solo: Russian Rag-Rosa The girls are making candy which and Mrs. E. L. DiggsII'\ and Mrs. age to buy what they have.r ..
Leviton. will be sold the bazaar the FOR SALE-Onion white
at at N. plants, : *
r Sternberg, Miss Mable Weller, J. Smoother running of the mo-
In a contest to determine the most club house Friday, December 12. ,J. Mr. r Bermuda and Creole, $:!.OO per M.
Truby; invited guests: and T
popular girl, Florence Andrews was From 3 to 4 p. m. on Saturday afternoon Mrs. Frank Hoover, Mr. and Mrs. J. RECORD DISASTER YEAR C. Letsch, Northwest of highway, .tor. *

the winner. at the club house will be a M.:! Mitchell, Miss Alice Tharin. between highway and Heilbronn
I. In another content Newn Alvarez story hour. During that time one of Springs road. It* I PRICE $:$.00 jf

;' ,and Lucile Mitchell, won the prizes. the members of the Junior Club will DATE FOR CONCERT" CHANGEDThe KEPT RED CROSS BUSY GUARANTEED; 30 DAYS i I After other interesting games had tell stories to amuse the little folks SALESMEN-Will guarantee salary ., *

been played, refreshments consisting of'the town. This Saturday, December concert for the Woman's Club, $50.00 per week and furnish auto- co,
;' t i' of sandwiches, olives and hot chocolate 13, Miss Aileen Alvarez will have which was announced for Decemberthe mobile' to several men selling excellent ) .

.' ,y with marshmallows were served. charge of the story-telling. 16th, will be put on in the early In 192 Places in United States Ford accessory. Address (. II. II. YOUNG & CO., :; .
_. __._ .
" u e Sales manager, Box 430A Granville t STATE DISTRIBUTORS i" a \Mothers! do not forget to let your part of January. Announcement will I. Its Relief Operations .
I
BILLY POWELL'Sr
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children come to the club house Sat- be made later. Ohio.BLUEBERRY Starke Fla. (0)
I, I BIRTHDAY PARTY Cost $737,603.
urday afternoon. There they will be PLANTS Choice :
CLASS MEETING -
Master Billy Powell celebrated his safely amused by interesting- stories. l- .

t.t (fifth birthday' anniversary by giving, Little Miss Hazel Adkrfns enter- One hundred and ninety-two disasters .. __ no
MEETING OF
"_ a most delightful party to a few of WOMAN'S: CLUB tained the members of Miss Amelia resulting In 735 deaths and Injuryto :

',., i "his friends Thursday afternoon at On Wednesday afternoon, Decem Ray's Sunday school class on Friday 1,933 persons rendering nearly GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLY
i" I the home of his grandparents, Mr. ber afternoon, and the children spent a 44.000 homeless and causing property --
10 the
regular of theWoman's
meeting
f}. and Mrs. Paul E. Canova, on N. Wai- most profitable and.pleasant after- 'j losses estimated at more than |44,750-
Club was held at the club INMAN & RITCH
> .
.; nut street. toon. I 000, established\ a new record In the
house. In the absence of Mrs. J. H.
'
After the guests had presented the The Bible) lesson was studied after United States In the year tnded last REPRESENT THE BEST LEADING
1 I t popular young host with lovely birthday Hitch president of the club, Mrs. A. which the children enjoyed games June 30, according to report. of the INSURANCE COMPANIES, FIRE,

I i\ presents, the children played Z. Adkins the business, vice-president session of, the presidedover af- and refreshments of delicious hot American Red Cross In all of these ACCIDENT, LIFE, AUTOMOBILE,

!K 1 ( :V merry games on the lawn until they /cocoa and nut cookies. Then Mrs. Ad disasters Immediately relief activitywas BONDS, LIABILITY

: > j 1 were invited into the dining room to ternoon. kins took all of the children out to applied by the Red Cross, which
E ) (* the birthday feast. The table was Announcement was made by Mrs. Mr. Cooper's country home, where expended (737.603.37 through the na- ADJUSTMENTS MADE PROMPTLY

\ decorated with pink roses and center- D. E. Knight, chairman of the music cane grinding was the attraction. tional organization and the local

J hi ed by a large white cake on which deportment, of the postponement of I Chapters In assisting stricken com
burned five pink tapers. Cake, wa- the chorus recital. This recital was POSSES"HUNT. KOIIIIEItS munities.As .

j .. fers, ice cream and candy were served to have been given by the Woman's' ON NORTH FLORIDA LINE I the nation's chief relief agency, D
Chorus under the direction of Mrs I whose service covers over 43 years ;
by Mrs. Canova assisted by -\Martha J. R.
I :" Powell, Bunny Canova \Mary A. E. Wall, on December 1C, but the Valdosta, Ga., Dec. 61 Posses last the Red Cross is expected to be on DAVIS I & CO.

I"r. Canova, Loin Adkins, Marjorie plans have been changed and the recital night were searching both Sides of duty almost as soon as disaster

1 I' Stump and Mrs. W. M. Wainwright. will now be given in January.The the Georgia-Florida line just south strikes any locality. Thla trust and "

I \ Tho favors were small merrygorounds. report of the Junior Civic of here for three men who yesterday, confidence Is amply Justified by the INSURANCE
Club posing as revenue officers, held Increasing equipment of the Red
I was! heard with interest. This up
The little people invited to the club has just recently been organized I and robbed George Kratler, of Columbus Cross, which recently organized a mobile .

", ) merry party were: Frances Lee under the supervision of \Miss Aileen Ga., his wife and child, who disaster unit of experienced work. AGENCY ESTABLISHED,1886
ers ready !In all parts of the countryto
Peek Alvarez, and is sponsored by the were enroute t"* Florida points in
Carol White, Gloria Johns, I respond on the Instant to a call
Vera ClAire Robinson Elaine Edwards civic department of the Woman's their automobile.The .
for active duty. This unit Is capable
Club. Among the I men are reported to have stopped STARKE FLA.
Luis Adkins ( many interesting
I.\\ / \Marjorie and I' of operating In several disaster areas .
Lillian I things the members are planing for the sedan in which Kratler and
Stump, Katie Colley, Lillian under one general direction and recently
t Sternberg, N. T. Ritch Jr., Elbert the year's work is the establishment I'l\is[ family were traveling, saying 1 was at work in seven communities

" Edwards Tommie Ritch, of a story hour for the children of I they were officers and searching for In five states at the Sims time. .
Biggs.! Jr., Edward and Robert Jr.1 Starke. The story hour will be held rum runners. They forced the Krat-I Ability alertness and Increasing .

j t Henry Hardco and A. Z. Adkins, at the club house on Saturday after lers to leave their car and go deep I skill of volunteer workers In more
noons from three to four o'clock. ''All into the woods, where they were de- than S.EOO Chapters are reasons for

b MARRIAGE KECE.PTION; the children are invited to come at tained for several hours, being rob- the preparedness of Red Cross for

1. this time. bed of $125.After disaster operations, be the call for a
Friends und
relatives here
of the
Mrs. Wyman, chairman of the finance rbbbing their victims, the disturbance In a restricted local area
' Gaskins family have received invitations department, asked all the three pseudd officers left them, at or for" millions In relief funds for a

p f Mr. to the marriage reception of club members to cooperate In find the spot, which was far from any | staggering/ catastrophe such as the 4' "Id

Frances Verse L. Gaskins and Miss ing new ways and means by which to habitation, and drove off with their ,, earthquake In Japan. ,
I Virginia Horsey. The Gas- increase the treasury of the club. ''Victims' automobile also. The robbers The Red Cross, however, Is far

I kins family lived in Starke for many Ideas and plans from all membersare ( themselves were in a large touring from being self-satlsfled for the organization

years and were prominent in advancing gladly solicited.At car when they approached theJCratU'rs. : Is giving the most serious
the interests of Bradford County.Mr. consideration to measures for preventing

I Darby.. Gaskina Is u nephew of \Mr. A. M. meeting the the conclusion program of was this given business over j J, After wandering about in the for- I disasters. Its relief administration -

to Mrs. L..A. Davis, chairman of edu- jt'st.for several hours, the Kratlers I and rehabilitation policies
The invitations are as follows: i'finally made their way to where they i j have won for It nation-wide regard. '
cation department.\ Davis I
"Mrs.\ John Louis Horsey requests gavea Jcouldobtain That this important work can alwaysmeasure I
) help and spread the :
,
interesting of her
the honor of your presence at the very report tripas i alarm. Posses were at once organiz- up to every demand needs ; .
delegate from the club
marriage reception of her daughter, I Starke to ed and sent in all direr 'I the continued support of the Amer
the State Federation I messages "' <<
Frances Virginia, and \Mr. Perse L. meeting held in tions in an effort to intercept the rob- t ican people through Red Cross membership : .--'....--- :
Gaskins, on Saturday evening, December Orlando In' November.Irs.\ E.I.\ bers. I the annual enrollment will .
L Johns was also a delegate to this I, begin Armistice Day, November 11.
a twenty-seventh, 1924: at half
Reports also
in the
were current
after seven o'clock. Keystone Hotel.Kernandinit meeting but ;was unable to be pres- same section that a similar robbery' and every American Is urged to Jola t J.3b1f2bw41DL i
ent to her
give report. In the
membership Red
i Florida R. S. V. P. or renew
was pulled off eariler in the day by'
l I The interesting resume of the en- Cross.

PLANS FORHORSEYGASKINS tire convention as reported by \Mrs. I men -answering the same descriptionas .. ( l $ """ P/ J

I WEDDING Davis, included extracts from the those who robbed the Kratlers., Help yourself by helping others ,
Mr.
Kratler
principal speakers heard l there. "The gave the otTcers. a_ good with dollar Red Cross member'"
tt.e;; ; your
Much cordial t here and Outlawry of War." the I description of them and this. ,together :
I was ) subject ship. The dividend in good works Is
\ elsewhere centers in the approaching of Raymond Robins' address. Princess with other clues, led them to believe guaranteed. !

marriage of Miss Frances Horsey, Cantacuzene, Governor Far-, the robbers would be captured.

daughter of \Mrs. John Lewis Horsey, | rington of Hawaii, Hon. Everett Colby -!iSCHOOL i BOARD I'
r of Fernandina, to Mr. Perse L. Gas- of New York and PROCEEDINGS -
j Sen. Duncan U. I
kins of Jacksonville I Simply Delicious!
which will bosolemnized
t Fletcher\ were among the prominentspeakers I Board met in regular session Dec.
in Fcrnundma on the evening present. with all members present.

) Rev.of Father Saturday John December J. Nevin,27.of St.1lIchael's The convention and the as Starke a whole club was hopesto Interesting I|approved.Minutes of last: meeting' read and : CAKES, COOKIES AND BUNS

dina will Catholic church, Fernan- send again next year such capable I Pension claim of $6 to \Mrs Lizzie PIES, PUFFS AND FRUIT CAKES
perform the
nuptial cere- delegates as represented it this Tompkins was granted for the -
year. | care FRESH ROLLS
DAILY
I which .
mony will\ be witnessed by relatives
At the conclusion of the meeting asocial of Levy Strickland's two children.
.. and scores of friends of tho hour was enjoyed. \Miss Hilda The chairman and superintendent

couple.The Struth sang two lovely vocal solos, I were granted permisson to pay all Order yours now for Christmas. They. will be delivered fresh-
bride
by her brother wil Col be given In marriage I bccompanied by Mrs.. A. Z. Adkins. teachers on December 20 who havo baked on the day before. ,
i Hamilton R. IIori .Refreshments of hot chocolate and a month made at that time.
soy, of New Orleans, La. and will beattended bk:
f Sandwiches were served by the host '| Members of the city council came

I ... Boston and by Cumberland Miss Nan Carnegie Island of esses. before the board asking ,for a thirty OUR SPECIALS
l maid foot strip on the south side tit the
I of honor; her sister, \Airs Huntley CAFETERIA SUPPER AND I Starke school lot. This was taken Butter Cream Coffee Cake 10 cent each

I t ,J and Boston\Mrs.\Mass Lucy Carnegie Sprague, of BAZAAR TONIGHT:' DEC. 12 under consideration by the board. i i Cinnamon Bun 15 cents doz.
matrons Miss Theo-
1 ; I The Bradford '
Count; Bank and Drop Cakes
dosia Kelly, of Fernandina Don't forget the 20
and Miss annual bazaar and the Bank of Starke cent. doz.
Inez Brooks, of Gainesville, bridesmaids cafeteria supper to be hel ,
: depositories for
and a sister \Miss club housd December thej I i
Loulsia Friday, 12, school funds Layer Cake
Horsey, of Gainesville der the and each were designated 25, 40, 60c each
,, matron of auspices of the un-I, to handle the funds as follows: Fruit Cakes
honor Master
? Stuart Huntley, thebride'a Club. The Bradford County Bank Is 60 cent oundDon't
to
it nephew, will act as ring bear- The bazaar booths
n will be openedat have one half of the General fund, ,
*, er. 2 o'clock.Iany\ beautiful I' 1 .
articles districts Nos. six to
inclusive
seventeen
" Mr. Gaskins will .have as his best of :fancy work will be offered for sale. and alt but $3,000 of Starke- forget to takera Loaf of Deliciou. Butter-Nut:
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man Mr. E. J. t'Entfldl of tiif I fit y [come early and do .
' your. Christmas. boa.t;flJUd., Alt deposits of Starke Bread along --
The wedding will\ "
'i take place In the shopping. bond
fund to
'I. I home of the bride, the reception, fol I| A beautiful cafeteria, supper, consisting Bank. go to Bradford "county 666

lowing, to be held in the Keystone of chicken pilau, salad, pies, The -Banfc of Starke to have one STARKE BAKERY"t

I hotel. I cake and coffee, will be served at 6 half of general fund, 3.000 Starke U a _ripttoB f.r

I in Miss Horsey has frequently visited o'clock. Eeveryone command enjoy. a :bond dUtrUsta. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 18 and Cold. Grippe Dengue. Head H. R. Noble., Prop. ....
Jacksonville, and both the and her fine supper. t i :all of Lawtey aches Constipation Biliousness
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RiDAY DECEMBER 12, 1921. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA
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T. ...lt... .... ......1eIae ed that
car* *> locally there would be an unusually M. Blanchard
nr.t be __ ..... .. _..... ksu.s are spending a few .
t r e_.._ _... ..__ sad heavy crop thin season days in Mel roue this week fishing. ".".""' ''''''... .'''mo.Jw.. tD\I. ...;rIDe:!
uibwtfe e.e..n....[ wbich might have resulted in depression
a ::3 COFFINS & CASKETS
Bits of LocalInformation of prices. The belief ia!! now The first quart of strawberries. ::3 j
Tutt's Pills Very generally expressed however the season was brought in Tuesday :3 And a Full Line of .

.-IItIJ.. ...... ..........y that the excessive( ruins during the by Ann Burry, one of our colored 3 U.I.r aA.>V SmffHt. t.::
atts i. ....... thdr. -... late planting season have so stunted strawberry growers.: r.J
the plants and held back production 3 AUTOMOBILE I1 ARE

t Concerning Our People Business and that it is not likely production, will Mrs. :3 Ah .,* an hand. Tb. best _tr. .
I B. Perkins !Mrs. G. A. Anderson
EXHIBITS SOME GOOD CORN pass the high record mark. Berries :0 .4..t the low.& prlc**. Spe-
of the Miss[ Joyce Terry and Prof. W.
and
Progres County Town.
L ure now coming in good shape with :0 cfaU attention to telegraph or-
J. W. Alvarez has placed some O. DuVal, of the Lawtey school faculty -
I the vines In a healthy condition and :a e'. R.git.red Kmb.lm.r.DeWITTC. 0.CI
I corn on exhibit in the Bank of Starke indications pointing to of motored to Starko Saturdny'ntlattended : __
a h
ex-
that has brought forth favorable crop the p.
-- -- ---- many cellent Bradford County Teachers
comments esepcially from new quality. '' Association !Mrs. Perkins Mrs.Anderson JONES
Mrs. E. L. Biggs spent Monday in 'I'
for it and COc tube of tooth
get a
I ncksonville. comers to this section Mr. Alvarez WOODLAWNWoodlawn and Miss Terry were the STARKE. FLA'Electrical
I paste free. gathered the corn from his farm dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W J. ,

I II I Geo. Anderson, of Lawtey, was in south of town and says the yield was Dec. 12-Mr. and Mrs. Epperson. tvaotmemamammmmmmtamiatewroltstrtee, :,

arke Monday. Mrs. T. S. Williams, Mrs II. H. good. :J. S. Norman and parents Mr. and =- ..
Young, Mrs Olin W. White, Mrs. Bradford county should not allow Mrs. D. L. Phillips were the guestsof ,
Butler and Mrs. II. A. Tucker motored another state fair to pass without
relatives in Jacksonville
[Mrs. Robert Demorest spent Tue Friday. I
Her farmers !
to Gainesville being represented. can
iy in Jacksonville. Wednesday. Supt H. B. Wiggins, of Starke, visited -
make tine and should
a showing we
our school Tuesday afternoon.
I Mrs. O. L. Beasley left Monday show the world what can be done :- Messrs. Maurice Edwards and
{Dr. it. A. Tucker spent a few days
with soil.
Tampa last week. night for Tampa, having been called our i Nelson Green", of Starke attendedthe Gifts

there on account of illness of her DEATH OF INFANT cane grinding at M. L. Rosier's

{Miss Lucile Deal has returnedm mother, Mrs. A. C. Durden. Friday evening. |

a visit in Putnam HalL Othma Dewitt Connor, youngest Mr. and, Mrs. C. S. Dukes and Mrs.
Beautiful line of Xmas giftson ion of Mr. and Mrs. Lawton L. Con- McComick, of Jacksonville, were The Lasting Kind
nor, died last Saturday at 2:30: p. m., the of Mr. Mrs. D. L. '
I Full line of dried fruits for making display at Stump's. guests and
the home Coffee Branch.
at
at family Phillips Sunday. !!
hrlstmas cake at Kickliter's.Howard .
% This much loved child was born Why Not an
Mr. and Mrs. George Bajus of Miss Debbie Phillips attended the
May '5th, 1024, and for seven monthswas
[ Bracken of the U. of F. teachers at Stark Satur-I IRONThis i
\ Syracuse, N. Y., who have been the permitted to gladden the home. meeting "
as a week-end visitor to. Starke. I I guests of Rev A. E. Dunham have "There is a reaper whose name is day.Mrs. '' Year?
tone to Dunnellon and other places in D. B. Browning visited rein-
Death, e Many women prefer to do
I A. A. Futch, of Hampton, was a the southern part of the state. And with his sickle keen I lives in the Vanderbilt section Sun- : \\I their own fine pieco.of apparel -
visitor Starke I day. I
fulness to
Monday. ,
lie reaps the bearded grain at a and the best manner ; ,
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W. A. Bessent, Jr., W. J. Epperson breath, Mrs O. J. Phillips was a visitor to of ironing them Is with an '
(Attend the bazaar and cafeteria I and G. Kirk Lewis spent Sunday in And flowers that grow between' Starke Saturday afternoon. ; electric Iron. Ono can be

pper at the Woman's Club tonight.I Jacksonville. : The funeral took place Sunday'afternoon A large. crowd att'ndthe, cane ;' C'Uorf purchased at our shop for ,
II I grinding at Mr. Rosier's
Friday evening &. "
I and the service was conducted I t, $5.00: to $7.50: I'
I Mr. and Mrs. Barefoot and daugh- I Hollis Knight, of thjj.U.. of F.;! by Rev. II. A. Tucker of the Mr. and _Mrs. Dalton"Carter '

rs, Inez and Juanita, spent Sunday I spent Wednesday night with' his parents Presbyterian church. The intermentwas visitors to Stnrko wore > : ('heap--Efficient
Brooker. i Col. and Mrs. D. E' Knight.Mrs. in Connor cemetery and was at- Saturday. ---- U a colToa percolator. It

tended by a large crowd of relativesand LAWTEYM. brews the delicious bcver-
I
(Mrs J. W. Andrews, Jr.'and sister, W. E. Middleton. Gerald and friends. Q age right on the table, and i

rs. E. L. Biggs, spent Friday in Hazel Middleton spent Saturday and Mrs. Zara Crawford, of Jackson L. Londholtz was transacting I; ia u gift that will last for "
;L'ksonville. I Sunday in Jacksonville with rela- ville, and Raleigh Connor, of Minim, business in Jacksonville the first port i I It ninny ;years. ;
tives. sinter and brother of the deceased, of the week We are selling th"1thit4 ..

attended the funeral; also Mr. and Geo. F. Young and Alfred Starling' 1 Christmas for
A gift that will please-Atwater- Mrs. L. A. Dees, of Mayo, Mrs. C. Mrs. H. M. Snyder, Miss -NellieI visitors I
1 ent Radio Set-DeWitt C. Jones'' F. Johns, Rev. and 1Irs.V.. L. Hunter I Stearns, Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Tucker, were to Hampton Wednesday. $0.01)()( to $15.00:

all gladly demonstrate. I and two children, of Jasper, were Mrs.\[ ., II. II. Young and Mrs. A. II.Green W. K. Torodo is spending a few I r Delicious

guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. L. and Miss Katie Belle Green, days in South Florida this week. Simply bo brewed In
I?. S. Ilardan, in front'of S.I D. Green. all of Starke. :" ColTeo can
J hns. Xmas candies, fruits i Mr. and [rRJ"J: : J. Mclx-od and A.I yes._ this Georgian; style percolator.
HONOR It cannot get out of order -
ROLL HAMPTON SCHOOL. k 1,
jars, cigarettes, lunches and Judge A. V. Long, of Palatka, was __
I need oflifllnlt'
and there 1M I no
ift Tampa-The total value of asses- ,
drinks. 12-12-31 I here Wednesday with his brother. F.
Third Grade
Erma Green
1Ii.sMaud
: c the because of
front sable property in Tampa is placedat / pot
i Long: who is recovering a Mitchell teacher.
"*"" $221.237.30.05- it is shown in a tho tiny spliwt'at the bottom
i. SE. K. Perryman was in Jackson- serious illness Fifth Grade: Annie Mae Wheeler, report adopted by the city commis- I miller which th" cups
Ie Saturday attending the annual John Latta Wheeler. Francis M.
bo
sion. It required more than to can placed.
N. T. Bitch/ left after- a year
Wednesday
ference of the Methodist church. Johnson, Miss Maud Mitchell, teach-
noon for Atlanta, having been called er. complete the' report of revaluation, :.. $15. O to $27.75;

F Ladies hats going 'at half 'I there by the serious illness of his little Sixth Grade: Ruth Williams, Rubie which, under authorization voted the Toast! Your Shins
city assessor, will be used as tho. baa-
son, N. T., Jr., Sloversettle Annie Mae Pearce Julia
ice ,
at Stump's.Frank restful warmth
is for next year's tax roll with assessments Vvv\\ the
Batten, Raleigh Brannen, Roy Williams steal into body, by
based on fifty cent of your
Mrs. W. S. Blakely left here Mon- Prof. C. T. Lawhorne teacher. per '
Pomeroy, of the U. of F., f heater
the value our
shown. The present valuation / \ placing( one i>
day, December 8, for Sarasota where ,
here Wednesday evening visiting Seventh Grade: Freeman Hall, is $17,000,000. near your t'hnlr.Iotht'r:
ends.r. her husband holds a position as George Williams, Nathan Keene, would surely enjoy one es a

cashier for the American Express Kathyn Weest, Jessie Owsley; Hilda -- ('hrIMI nlllM gift.! We are selling \

and Mrs. W. M. Bryan, of Company. Durden, Estvllo Johnson Margaret Greeks Mad. U.* of Tin. .a them this ChriHtmuH.
: here Wednesday after- Packham Frof. C. T. Lawhorne, r 0
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wtey were
The Greeks In ,u"' Homeric time
Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Bullen, Rev. Be- teac her.
.bon shopping. vis, of Lawtey, Mrs. T. N. LImbaugh were fumtllnr u'. njetal tin. f' {
and Mrs. F. A. Scott went Monday D.iPTISTCIIURCiI BULLETINThe per tin nnr'\ (("I.. 'i e used l l hy Op.1 DeWitt C. Jones
You still get that suit .
can I to Lakeland to attend the Baptist phticKtu In wvli'loj' iUo: ttmovtt
ade up by Xmas. See sterng. State Convention. / pastor, who Is in attendance of AcliIltaN. TV "nty layers of flu vera I

upon the annual meeting of the Baptist in the! culm in <,/ Aicampmnon. JJo allusion U j HARDWARE
State Convention, will be back to tin In found Irs. T. J. Griffin, Mrs. N. T. Ritch For a limited number of days for' his work on Sunday. At .the IleY." F

.iiJ little son, N. T. Jr., left Tuesday Corpening's Drug Store will sell youa morning service he will speak on the -.- 8
tube of Colonial Club shaving -- -- -
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Convention, along with some of the -- --- -

cream at the regular price of COc and other delegates from the church. ...t+!...f.i.Y+!.!.. ..t.!. f.'. '. .,...... ... .. .........". j. .. ...t..t.t..t...:
,Bee Kickliter for your fruit cake give free a Gillette safety razor. This will make an interesting service
M plies. and all members of the church will : .
II. S. Hardan in front of S. be anxious to hear these reports. 4

pro and Mrs. J. II. Carrodine, of K. Johns. Xmas candies fruits. This will be at the 11 o'clock service. t '

wtey, spent Wednesday morning cigars, cigarettes, lunches and The Bible echo) will gather at A Christmas t Morn 4
'Starke. '*oft drinks. 12-12-3t 9:43: ; a. m. All young people will n 4

meet at 0:30: p.m., followed by the
Everwear hose for men and Rev. George F. Scott, teacher of evening service at 7:30. *4V-
English and history and also college '
Omen at Sternberg's.adio I 0>
BERRIES mUSH $a PER .
the .
pastor at Southern College, was J-o. _
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make week-end guest of his brother, F. A. QUART IN NEW YORK CITY 4
Sets and Victrolas 4-
ileal Christinaa-gifts. Hear both at I Scott. Monday morning Rev. Scott First Freezer outer Plant City .
t returned to his home in Lakeland. 'i'O -
YHt C. Jones. : Brings High Price and Contin- flDUgXti" 4it

I uance of Good Returns la 1 .
|Inez Abernathy is again in the 'Victrolas are always acceptable Anticipated.Plant .
N. because the Victor Is the peer of all Dec. 6 Plant .4
at office assisting Postmaster City, City's /
talking machines. See the different first of berries l .
5 Hull through the holidays shipment to the New
I models at DeWitt C. Jones. -
'
York market brought $3 per quart a r .

Powell Carpenter, J. J. Truby and I according to telegraphic: advices received 4 .
I Pretty ties latest effects here Friday. The berries in n
E..*M. Davis were visitors. to Jackson-
|VilU this week. I I at Sternberg's. question were bought at the local f. 4 .
I I I o.: b. market by Ebe Walter at $1.,toper 4

:, WA full line of toys and dolls'., Dri and Mrs. E. !.. Biggs went to quart and were shipped on consignment 4if .

a Sternberg's. I Sarasota Monday to attend the S. A. I to W. C. Deyo & Brother, wr .
L. Railway Surgeons Convention.For New York. .

I ,J :Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones and son, the past three years Dr. Biggs I I The $3 price in New York: Is takenas *4 w -;

Arthur: : Darby, were visitors to Jack- I'. has held the important /position of indicating the probability of a 4
Nwnville this week. S. A. L. surgeon in this district. continued strong market for berries. 4

.1' The crop this season has been unusu- 4

'. n was born to Mr. and Mrs. T. Special reduction on every.Lfllly slow in developing and it Is not <4> 4J
.pair of shoes at Stump's Store. anticipated that volume < >
Dj|Proctor, Friday, December 5, at any great 4
their home on Eighth street. will go forward before early Jan- 4
I '
t Hoover Bros. have completed the uary. This is expected to mean the .
installation of additional electrical continuance of relatively high prices -. 4
and Mrs. A. A. Durden and i -
which allow them to take .
apparatus >
until
well past the Christmas holi-
attended the
of Hampton,
family, 4
pictures regardless of the weather. I
theatre in Starke Tuesday night.. I days.For .
I A bank of high-powered electric a time the belief was express-
bulbs, is arranged whereby the *
_3 sleet your Christmas presents .....t.i. .....
f from the Woman's Club bazaar end the amount turning of light of a needed switch. is secured by 4. 4*> There is a keen sense of satisfaction for both donor and recipient 4 4


IWoman's then enjoy Club the, tonight cafeteria, (Friday supper.) '! Give him a box of Everwearsox I Wanted :i; 4> of Christmas remembrances carrying the stamp of quality, and 4'V t


All Artamo embroidery pieces Sternberg's.for Xmas. For sale at' I! 4>> heap of satisfaction comes with the knowledge of a gift rightly ;

[half price at Stump's.Mi3s I i PECANS| | *> line of suitable for i
Last' Saturday afternoon a crowd and carefully chosen. Only a selected gifts
I
Edwards went to 4
( Mable lathered at four o'clock at Stern
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Jacksonville Friday afternoon and Berg's store to witness the givlnii, Send us a sample of <4> both men and women carried from which to make your selection.
I f spent until Sunday afternoon with away of the big doll which had been I 4

I Iherlister; Mrs. J. L. Briggs. advertised tor several weeks. A. J.;. I your pecans. State number ; ; t

_|f T. T. Long- reached here Saturday( was McKinney the fortunate holding person ticket to No.receive ISO:",'; of pounds and price. < > .i Eastman Kodaks and Supplies 4

from Chicago, having been called the doll. .

lJ,orae on account of the serious ill- 1 ; ; Send ample. Spot cash ; i No. 2 Brownie Outfits in a Christmas Box .
'ttmsa of his father, F. H. Long. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott had as v
________ guests Saturday night the following I -must be packed In bar- ... + See our Special Xmas Box for Men. :tf

Callis Manning has returned homer party of young people from DeLand: i rels or boxes. r
seventeen months spent inncle Wilbur A. Scott Calvin Stout, John II 4I f Full line of Toilet Requi.ite..Ihe best we have ever offered for Jtmas CifisCORPENING'S _

Sam's navy, and Is visiting his Pouch, Misses Jessie Osteen, Lul.' ;

[,>ar nbv Mr. and Mrs. J. C. M&pAing. Coberly and Doris* Faber The party I GEORGIAPECAN | 4f 1
left Sunday morning for Jacksonville i !
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B. S. Hardan. in front of'S. where they attended a cabinet meetIng CO. ; ; DRUG STORE

Johns. Xmas candies fruits of the tate..Epworth League. i

di { lunches and 57 a State Street, i I FLA. J. E. Corpening. Prop.
1ft 1LclsaretteS'. 12-U-Jt Piles Cored: la I 6 to 1. Daypp(0ura.m.a .-"Colnrabua Ohio. The Nyal Store STARKE !
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moiwy If P AZO OBTTM ENT fill
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Get your tooth brush fronvCorpen- PllM.. .iMUOtlt. re Blind.U rItthUK BUedin Plto or *Prdiii.... rmcu i 4 ........ ....w.$+......4 +i+e+ +s..t +t.a.Z.t. 4....4.44 +....i.I..t...
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FARMERS and FARMING

i SAVE PROFITS ON GRAIN IN CRIBS
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f FARMERS AND TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE

k ARTICLES OF FARM EXPERIENCES AND METHODS FOUND

., TO BE BEST SUITED TO OUR COUNTY., 1923 Was a "Soft Corn Year." Shelling and Sailing Methods

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t I = = ---- --- I In Drying Are of Limited Value. Freezing Does Not .

i IMPORTANCE OF FEED and quite an acreage will be plantedthis
Z"' I i VALUE IN RELATIONTO winter. j Dry Corn. Good Ventilation Necessary.Written I AS1RI

MILK PRODUCTION

', I J I Marion-Spent week at County ( for Telegraph By G. A. only a very slight increase in the air I
Florida should be made to
i' cows Fair which far
was great success so Lovell) temperature to start what grain I
worth for
milk for all their
produce the next five months. Milk marketsare as exhibits were concerned. The year 1921 foes down in agri- dealers refer to as "the desire to l,
cultural history as a row dating grow." Soft corn therefore is safer
good. and will continue good un "
Lake Met with Eighth Grade point from which to figure the pas- before it is shelled than afterward;
til the last of May. I boys and girls at Tavares High sage of time. It was one of those and shelling should be done only SAY "BAYER ASPIRIN" and INSIST !

.. It is important that the dairyman school and discussed propagation of(Psoft-corn years" that arise periodi- when It is certain the corn can be ,

5 study his feeding problem carefully citrus fruits, starting from plantingthe cally to plague farmers and rob themof cared for afterward.
# .I find out the kinds of feeds offered on seed on through all stages of the fruits of their toil. Don't Shell Corn That's Still Wet.Expert's Unless you see the "Bayer "Cross" on tablets you are

the local market and study prices nursery work until planted in grove not the safe
Advice getting genuine
if carefully. Home-mixed feeds will form. All ear corn stored on farms Bayer Aspirin proved
should be in cribs fitted with ventilating "Farmers are advised not to( shell
when by millions and 24 for
1 save the dairyman money prop prescribed by physicians years
erly combined. The dairyman should Seminole Sixteen bulb growers devices and where cribs are wet corn; put it in grain elevators
the winter months and hope to without losses,"
not BO equipped get away
adjust his feeding formula according and prospective growers met in the Colds
Headache
be for the work C. A. Lovell agricultural ex Neuralgia LumbagoPain
I I. to prices of tho feeds. Prices on such county agent's office and discussed may utilized doing says
bulbs with Mr. J. T. Barnes experimenter provided it is possible to move the pert.He Toothache Neuritis Rheumatism
i cottonseed J under contract with the U. S. corn about. The familiar '\- si-aped advises drying of the corn on

t staple feeds fluctuate from year to D. A. and County Agent T. A. Brownof ventilators or "horses" ire about as the cob in cribs with A-shaped venti- />t' Accept "Bayer" package
Volusia County. Many thousandsof good as anything the farmer can lators that allows air passage and only

; year.When velvet beans were extensively bulbs have been planted in this adopt and may be made of scrap prevents the grain from massing in S fi which contains proven directions.
d lumber. When placed in fibs they large lumps. Handy "Bayer" boxes of 12 tablets
in Florida it profitable county.
grown was Also bottles of 24 and .
will keep the crn from ctcommx "The real time of danger to soft IOoDruggi.ts.AoplrlD
for dairymen to feed velvet bean > U u>. triul mark of B .r Mmut etur. of MonotntluclilMtir of
Okct'chobee-Planning and arrang- massed in large piles ant the ir that corn will come with the warm days 7 Sutlcjrllciclil
meal. Conditions have changed.
\ Scarcity of velvet beans with high I ing permanent exhibit of Okeechobee will pass through them will serve to of spring. Preparation should be --,
I county products for office window for carry out much of the water beld by made now to cope with the situation I
prices give cottonseed meal and other I FLORIDA COUNTIES ARE AFFECTED WORK FOR BRIGHT TOBACCO :
the benefit of tourists and visitors. the ears. I that will arise" says he. ..
f feeds better values where the BY.REAPPORTIONMENT: BEARING FRUIT IN MADISON
Most of the soft corn that went into .J Artificial drying will go a long
) dairyman has to buy his feeds at
week State Fair farm cribs at shucking time is toward within the '
market make Duval-Spent at way putting corn Efforts of Commerce Chamber and
Many dairymen
I prices.
in the
greeting thousands of visitors who now frozen and on every hand thereis moisture danger line; but in years Changes in representation Results.
the mistake of considering price only Kiwanis Club Bring
I'I house of of the legis-
stopped to comment on the Duval being heard the time honored but like the present when the quantityof representatives
when they purchase feeds says erroneous assertion that juch corn soft is the ture of Florida as a result of reap-
exhibit.BakerMany. drying
county corn very great Dec. 6 The aggressive
Madison --
Hamlin L. Brown of the Florida College -
portionment provided for by adoptinof
will "freeze dry. I of and terminal
of Agriculture. I I equipment country work recently done by the Madison
farmers killing hogs Freezing will not dry corn While Elevators is not equal to the task of the constitutional amendment at Chamber of Commerce and
r Quality as indicated by the tag on I I I the November 4. will County
for polls probably
pork some saving it for home use l
for all of [it.
frozen the but caring
grain appears dry. the Kiwanis club in the interest of
the is of
sack prime importance.
while others are selling the pork. I I result in loss of one member by five
investigations that it is not. If of soft waitsI this is
tobacco in
Peanut meal analyzing 20 per centIs prove every owner corn bright county
There is little cholera counties; eight other counties will
I not half as good as peanut meal very present From the time when severe cold :I until late in the winter or even bringing good results. Barns are being
among hogs at the present time. I have one each added to their repre-
analyzing 40 per cent protein when weather first arrives until it beginsto early spring to begin moving his sentation, while Dade will draw two built and seed beds prepared by
warm in the spring. soft corn '!'grain the result bit disastrous. and conservative estimate
the farmers
fed to a high-producing dairy cow. Duval-The one hundred foot agricultural up may 'additional representatives accordingto a
'. j The mouldy hulls and vines added to( exhibit made the highestscore will dry but little especially in large The driers will then be swampedwith calculations based on the popula- of the number ,of acres to be

', I the 40 per cent meal to make a 29 of any county represented at the cribs. I wet corn much of which will go tion figures for 1920. planted for next year is eighteen
t per cent meal is not only expensive State Fair. The first effect of warmer -weatheron out of condition very quickly when The amendment provides that hundred. !

I for the farmer to pay freight and soft corn will be to thaw it. Thereafter enclosed in tight bins and box cars. three representatives shall be Already two demonstrators are in
apportioned
] drayage from factory to farm but the lIil1sboro-Few quarts of berries drying will progress rather Heavy losses will be unavoidable. to each of the five counties- the field aiding the growers and as
i ; toxic poisons in the mouldy hulls being sold here and it is expected rapidly in well ventilated cribs. I A much better plan would be to I having the largest population in the many more will be added as may

1 may be sufficient to set up all kinds shipments will go forward next In cribs not provided with ventilators move part of the corn while cold state; two shall be given to the warrant.

: of digestive troubles in the best producing ( week. Spent two days at Ocala judge however fermentation and I I weather continues. \ eighteen counties having the next Mr. Graham Wheeler, an experienced .

cows of the herd. ing vegetables at the County Fair. heating will set in, molds and fungus The practice of salting soft corn highest figures and one each to the man from Aberdeen N. C., and

J' Each sack of dairy feed should be OsceolaLocal banana growersare growths will develop and further I in the ear undoubtedly is helpful but remainingcounties.. Mr. H. L. Jackson of Hahira are

carefully examined before mixing. now furnishing the local market damage will be done before sufficient salting is not a cure-all. It retardsthe If the increase in population in hard at work getting things in prop.

1 Rancid sour or mouldy mill feeds with home grown bananas of the evaporation of .moisture will have formation of molds. It brings census of which is to be made beginning I r er shape.
,," I should be turned back to the feed Cavendish variety and are realizing taken place to make the grain safe to I much of the water from the interiorof with the new year hold up on a With an acreage of eighteen hun

i I ,,0' dealer for adjustment. The best excellent\ returns. leave in storage. I the ears to the surface where it pro rata basis counties which will dred in Madison county plans are already
method of analyzing mill feeds is by Cribs that are not well ventilated may evaporate more readily. But lose one of two representatives are laid to have a sales warehouse

J smelling and tasting. Anyone can HAMPTON should therefore be kept under care- salt does not "dry" corn, and the Bradford, Hamilton Lake and Nas- built in Madison with a full crops of

I I soon learn to detect spoiled feeds ful observation. Better still the mere fact that a crib has been saltedis fau and probably St. Johns or Santo buyers to take care of the crop.
i 5 quickly. Hampton Dec. 12-Mrs. J. M. quantity of soft corn in excess of not sufficient reason to neglect it Rosa. Heavy increases in any of One good sign is that not a single

\ The warm, damp atmosphere of Maxwell visited her daughters ,farm and neighborhood feeding requirements thereafter. these however may serve to hold' farmer in the entire county who
Florida induces mouldy feeds. Such Misses Bessie and Julia Maxwell\ should be disposed of. Salting is of very doubtful value both men. I grew bringht tobacco this year but
mill feed meal that who are in Jacksonville this week. I Corn that is frozen will shell quite in the of shelled
y as corn carry a I case aorn unless the Those what will plant for 1925. Tobacco
counties that will additional
i i :high per cent moisture and that are P. J. Pearce and family spent last satisfactory, and on this account the granary where it is stored is equipped gain will ; along with cotton and other cash

I I subject to weevil infestation become Sunday with Mr. Pearce's father temptation to shell it and place it in to give thorough ventilation be DeSoto-representation which has probably crops, is making our farmers and
r mouldy very quickly when stored i in Mr. Pearce of Lake City. granaries and elevators may be dif- throughout the mass of the grain. Val now has two now one; business men feel more optimistic as

I Florida A. C. Hicks was a business visitorto ficult to resist. I The real time of danger for soft has two; Hilisborough; Escambia has DU-I to the future and an air of better
Starke this week. now ;
J Shelled corn however, is even corn will come with warm spring feeling is among all classes. Madison
PRUNING PECAN TREES The known Manatee now has one; Palm Beach,
restaurant Kid I
as more likely to out of condition !
go duyn. Preparations should be made county garnered in a big lot of first
MAY I'REVENl' DISEASE George's Quick Lunch has changedhands I' now has one; Pinellas, now has one
than ear corn because proper ventilation now to cope with the situation that and other prizes at the recent state
this week. Mr. and Mrs. V. R. is less to obtain. It requires I(I' will arise that time. Polk which now has two.
at
Pruning is effective f easy fair at Jacksonville, and this: merely
an means or 1'rovatt have assumed charge of it I In other word?, the five counties
controling diseases of the pecan tree. and the future out look is very en- that will be represented by three shows what can be done when the
1. Dead wood hurbors both insects and I representatives each farmers make the attempt and cooperate -
probably will be
couraging. Mary, were visitors to Gainesville and Miss Carrie Belle Brown spent
fungus diseases and should be kept J. V. Jones and family attended a last Tuesday. Saturday! in Jacksonville. Duval Hillsborough Dade, Polk, and for the upbuilding of the
cut out of the tree. Cut it out and boiling at the home of Escambia- while the 18 that will county.
sugar G. W. Rev. W. B. of !Misa Francis Ewes! of Jacksonville
Hicks Waldo
burn Is the advice of Dr. O. F. Burger will have
Hinson Theressa this two each, probably will be Ala-
near week. fill his regular appointment at the spent the week-end with her I In Florida we don't l fiave enough
plant pathologist of the Florida, chua
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Johnson Columbia, DeSoto Gadsden,
uncle
y Experiment Station. returned Baptist church next Sunday Dec. and aunt Mr. and Mrs. J. E. cold weather every time to cure our
to their :home this week after 14th. Everybody is cordially invited. Harper here. Jackson Jefferson Leon Madison, meats as they should be. But then we
Pruning should be done before the Manatee
t leaves a visit to Jennings and points of inr Mr. Cleveland Sullivan and family 1lIssIargaret\ Dekle who :has Marion Monroe. Orange, can buy Ice and make the tempera-
fall, or thereafter Palm
as soon Beach
as terost in South Pinellas, Putnam Su-
,
Georgia. been in training in St. ture
of Augustine what
possible. This enables the I Thercssa were the guests of Mrs we want it to be. And a
I grower t(o Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Houser wannee. Volusia and either St. Johns
detect dead were J. P. Sullivan this week. 'hospital is visiting here for an indefinite Florida man discovered how to make
or diseased twigs and Santa
Rosa Lake.
visiting in tho state or
metropolis this time.
Mrs. ice.
Ray Colley is this
branches which might be easily over- spending

looked after all leaves have fallen. week.Miss Eva Wiliams spent the? week- week Mrs J.with F. Houser.her parents Mr. and sister Mrs.at S.Bryceville-Padgett this is week.visiting her If you want popularity get money Few temptations assail the ugly I

Dead or diseased parts of the pee end with her 1 and spend it. girl.
here
parents and re- I Miss Kate Epperson who is teach- i
I 'can tree should be pruned well back
turned to her school work at Waldo LAKE ing in Alachua, spent ,Saturday and --
into the healthy wood. Where BUTLER
large last Monday. I Sunday here with her
Mr.
branches are cut off the wounds M. L. Waterson and J. F. Johnson Lake Butler Dec. 12 Hal (I, and Mrs. G. A. Epperson.parents' "COULD BETTER fERTILIZER BE HIDE WE WOULD HAKE IT" I.
should be Maines
with
painted some substance have returned to their home Jab Itth Prfralht .f III. oM nlUUt '
here after of the University of Florida I Mrs Margaret Townsend of SIMON FUBB" and Oil BRANDS a.v
such as bordeaux paste graftIng a hunting trip in Gulf Hammock. the week-end with home folks., spent Jacksonville spent Sunday here the r..*.r. -. .lnl FALL PRICES. Stufert of QCALITT for th. put forty ..... wNY
.
wax, caibolineum or paint which They report a pleasant trip and plenty guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Townsend ponds : -.. Prim .h'-.t Uu eh..poot-ll. th. BUT 1M _
..
\Mr.
will prevent evaporation and rein of squirrels Clarence Roberts who is employed .ar. JUM sot prlwllrt INSECTICIDES SPRAYERS.: DUSTERS mmi DUSTS.E. .
fection. with the Dixie Sash
should Tho Hampton Senior B. Y. P. U. and Door Mrs. Raymond Cowart ofIadi\ 0. Painter Fertilizer Co.
In pruning cuts be made Company of Jacksonville visiting Jacksonville FlChristmas .
rendered the
following program at son, i is visiting relatives here this
close to the main branches so that Waldo laat Sunday evening. friends and home-folks here this week.
I no stubs will be week.
left. Stubs
usually
Song We Are
: Marching to Zion.
die back and offer opportunity for ro- Scripture: Matthew 5th Chapter Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Padgett and PINE CASTLE HILL
I Infection, provide easy", places for the Prayer. little daughter Bertie are spendingthe Pine Castle Hill Dec. 12-Mr. and

fungi to harbor and live. All pruned Special Music-Miss Hilda ,Durden week at Sarasota. Mrs. Julius \Veaver, of Jacksonville,
,I parts should be burned immediately and \Miss> Hendrlcks. Messrs. Walter Knight and John were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. J.

to destroy fungi and insects clinging Subject: Putting First Things Langford of the University of Flor- Dowling last week.
,: to the wood. First. ida, spent the week-end here. Little Misses \Myrtice and Marjorie

Piling und burning! the leaves that Bible Reading-Mrs. II. B. Weest. \Mr. John Hitch Townsend, of Jacksonville Hall spent Saturday with their I

, full from the pecan tree is advocated The Chief Corner Stone-Mary spent several days here grandparents, \Mr. and Mrs. A. A. t f
|Jy many growers in that it kills Lee Wynn. this week with his> parents Mr. and Hall' of Hampton. Gc'

i the spores of disease that may bo The Steadfast Christian-Jessie Mrs. J. R. Townsend. L. R. Smith, of Hampton andR. L.

troubling the tree and'its fruit. However Williams. Mr. N. E. Roberts and daughter; Brown of Tampa, were the guestsof
1 this destroys much valuable humus \Make Your Calling Sure-Natalye Blanche accompanied by Misses A. C. Hall Sunday.

that the soil needs. Unless the I Marcionny.The Louise Sims and Perbett Williams The many friends of Mr. and !Mrs.

t trees are known to be very seriously Day of The Lord Described- attended the FloridaWashingtongame Arch Dryden will regret to learn of

t infected by disease, it Is believed Free Wynn. in Jacksonville ..Saturday.Mr. the accident to their little son Zack. -

I that satisfactory results will be secured Special Music: Beautiful Words Abe Bessent, of Starke an While he and his brother Leon were

t by simply plowing the leaves for Jesus-Miss Natalye Marcion employee of Andrews !Motor Company hunting one night last week the gun
f, under. The plowing should be Miss I accidentally went off and the
aa shot
ny, Free Wynn, and Mrs. Dur- was in our town on business
deep as possible not to cut too many den.Leader Saturday.Mr. went into his foot but was not serious Printing

I roots. Mrs. V. B. Wheeler. I Donald Bonner- of St. Augus- His many friends wish :him a

'" Jesus> Tempted to Take the Easy tine visited friends here Sunday.Mr. speedy recovery.Mr. ,,'"
EXTRACTS FROM Way-George Conway. I and Mrs. John Alderman of and Mrs. G. F. Johns and Christmas Cards your

AGENTS' REPORTS COUNTY Good Things! Offered on Objectionable Jacksonville, spent Sunday here the daughter Doris were visitors to own Christmas cards with Printing With a Punch. I

I 1 Terms-Mrs. II. B. Weest. guests of Mrs. Alderman's mother Graham Arthur Sunday evening. your name on them. We This is the kind of printing .
Daniel's Wisdom Discovers A Way 1Irs.Y.. C. Townsend. Harvey of Hampton is the I
that
v Okaloosa Gave four demonstrations Out-Miss Ada Nimmo.A Sheriff and Mrs. W. J. Epperson, guest of his cousins Clyde and Wil- are In a position to supply 1'e.are producing

I' : I /1 in pruning peach trees this Statesman Stands the Test- of Starke spent Sunday here the bert Hall, this week. you with any number daily. We have a reputation

r week. Miss Wilma Alexander.The guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Epper- Little Miss Odell Watson was visiting made up as you direct for. turning out

" I Orange- Colder "weather ripening Choice of a Career-Miss son.Mr. friends Rachel at Hampton Saturday.Miss from samples that we first class job work. Did _.
Evelyn Jones. Dryden who
fruit in good\ shape. Local market and Mrs. K. G. Duncan and spent the will you help make it?
gladly show Why
, I Keep First Things First in Our Eldred Duncan attended the football past two weeks in Jacksonville with you at
now supplied with home
grown lettuce pleasures-Prof. friends and relatives and also time. We not continue to do so.
" of excellent size and Lawhorne. game in Jacksonville Saturday.Mr. attend. any are equipped or I '
I Beans quality. I Special Music: It Pays to Serve and Mrs. J. S. Howrad of ed the Florida State Fair returnedto to print them reas- add your commendations
eggplant -
peppers green onions =: her
Jesus :Mrs. home here
V. B. Sunday.
tomatoes have been on market Wheeler Mrs. A. Dukes were in town Monday morn- sonably in two or three to those of the many
A. Durden Mrs II. E. Adams Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hall were shopping ,
and ing looking
, after their interest In
for oar friends
;t some time. I !Miss Natalye Marcolnny. High School. in Hampton Tuesday. colors. Drop in and Ijave we hare made in

I Walton Some very fine grape plots I Reading: Putting First Things Friends of Miss Emmie Lee Boha- HabUual Constipation Cured a talk with us. the past 43 years?

nave been selected this week ready First-Mass May Jones. mon and Miss Dora Johnson regret In 14 to 21 Days

/ for this season's planting. Walton Special Music. very much that we have to give them "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" Is. a specially.prepared .
I' County is going 100 per cent strong Reading: Christ in Gethsemanee Jp. They have been splendid teachers Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habitual Bradford County
on grapes and June blueberries. Miss Ada NImmo. in our school and we hope we shall be Constipation. It relieves promptly and TelegraphPHONE
.I Prayer-Rev. W. B. Hicks. fortunate enough to have these should be taken regularly for: 14 to 21 daysto
I Bay-Much interest is being manifested Song: It' Just Like Jesus. young ladies with us again Induce regular action. It Stimulates and 29STARKEt.

j' in growing bunch grapes here Mrs. R. M. Faver and daughter Mrs. J. E. Maines and ion, Hal per Regulates.bottle Very Pleasant to Take. 60o


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relatives here Sunday. Baldwin we will need a traffic cop at I I Orlando--City council has approved pany. a o"I'1>0...
: ....asa11ie's the corner of Lake and Railroad avenue a resolution designating 71IItreets Hatcaman. Mary KachelhoorM, J. :M Kachelhooper. -
iY6epaticn4&'' \ Attorneys E. M. Johns and Floyd] Henry Hauler, We Ie,, Wrldman

Green of Starke were business visitors to be of paved or widened under provisions ,Abraham'un.., Jamea Ualley.,K. irltTin Wm T.Aloniu Taylor I1. Civilian Dohiitlt.

to Lawtey Friday. !Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Register of i thtproposl..t $130,000 bond Mary J. Inoupflltu.. M. F. Drawn Wm. O.
Starke, motored to Lawtey Sunday I !issue to be voted on here December II, Young l.lnl V. Young Wm. C. Yancry.
Jacoh C Feeler and rhan. K. Pace of
A. M. and R. A. Blanchard were ---- namoa
afternoon. known psrties, If Itvlnir. and It dad "II)
transacting business in Jacksonville liiirttfH claiming an interest under. aajil
Thursday.Mr. HONOR ROLL UKOOKEK SCHOOL kn..xn partle and each of them. deceased, *
.r nthfrwlav end nit ". .. eUlmlnir' nn In- ?

DOD SIIOWS HIS COLORS ly "Anne Coddington said- and Mrs. G. W. Roberts were Chart: Ivn James Swillcy Hazel lq John tenet Richard under.;I. and Jacob Archibald Jnhnn.l: 1I Wm.. ;'hn.Crab. each, D.

"What, that darn little Holier- visitors to Starke Sunday.Mr. Morgan. Artford Brown Wilma Godwin ill-craned. or otherwlne.; and Charles .., I.... ,/.
We danced past their table. Just Kdward: Par. nUmti. Pace and. lieiale P_ X
than-thou spit-fire? Bob's temperwas Francis Russ !Mrs. J. A. Wus-
Hula helm at law of lleo E. Pace, dear est.
i as I had thought-the girl with Cur- and Mrs. A. M. Darby of and all a
rising. "With all her studied din teacher. !ZJ. pertly. claiming an Intermt under. .
tiss Wright was Anne Coddington. motored Sunday.Mr. Uncle aid (Iro. E Pace, deceased, or .
; Starke to Lawtey John
1 She animated and ]laughted goodness and dignity she doesn't fool First Grade: W. T. Weeks, Chester each at whoa* renlilrnee:: ere unknown ;I'Wj: )
was gai- me with all that goody goody busi Connorly] !Mrs. Wasdin, teacher.Second to all unknown parties claiming an Intern
and Mrs. Joe Starling and 1n lands .herein
[ly. ness. She's little I tell you Sallie and :Mrs. Brooks ,* Grade: Murla Weeks Earnest My Aunty Flapper's caught lRKfe.TINU: : after dicrttd: ,l

Again I lost the time of the music. and mean and spiteful." family and Mr. Russ Rosaleo Ward Gracie Haz- tho craze to pattern ntt-r Yon and each at you are hereby esquire! 1
I Starling and family, of Jacksonville youthful ways; she loves the to .bo and appi-ar before the Jud... of th ,
|"Oh. let's stop Ted pleaded. "I'vea "
,
"A lot of the things you do are spent Sunday here with relatives. en, T. P. Ward, Leona Thomas Eu- girlish . Her nninlvil ifult Court for the Eighth JuillelalClrcalt :
hunch that I should go home any- probably not your choice anyway" nice Connerly Mrs. Boatwright, owls defies tho atngo--bviides! o f rlorlda. In and fur Hraiirord' County, on f

\' way. You aee I shouldn't stay out he comforted "they're more or less Mrs. M. E. Edwards, of Starke- teacher. tier: other camouflage, In various the Court Ind house day of In add rrbrnary.(.,"nIV.A. In D. Stark I"J 5. at Flor-the

[late as this is the first time I've been thrust A sort of penalty you was a visitor here Monday.Mrs. Third Grade: Veda Andrews, Henry other places. She never does a ida, to answer bill of complaint inhibited
) an' display* aualnit you In aid Court by J. M. AI...... ,
|out since- your halves so
pay for wit and beauty. Stewart, Clifford Hazen Ruble thing by Try. llradfonl' County Telr. >...",,,. a weekly
wtth nativeerudition.
"Oh, that's right, your ole' man Bob was a dear and his words L. D. Baber and Larramoro Shaw \Mrs Boatwright teacher. her fatted calves new.i>'api>r published In Stark, Ura.lfnrd
I has been sick hasn't he? But I'll betthere's Rhoden of Jacksonville were week- Fourth Grade: Fred Shaw \Mildred Sho anemia n County Klnrlda. In hereby ilreiunitteti, aa the
were encouraging. They were at till ni.v.epaper In which
this notice ..
lot fur fancy hose- every nall b publlahid -
[ a gang of nurses to wait on once soothing. I end visitors at the home of their \Morgan, Jeanette Kelley Ozone neighbor knows she for eluhl enmeeullve works

I him You're silly to let it cramp your father Otis Rhoden. Green \Miss teacher. skinny couldn The Inn.I. dinrrilml. In tho bill of complaint
Wynn 1
"Remember, Sallie, he said In.. banters indiscretion In thia eau>... tho title to which U auiht to
style any. ]leaving, "if you ever want any' Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wooten and Fifth Grade: Robcrtiu Connerly, say her wealth of bunt wnsomethin b* qtilvtxl axalnnt, the di-frn.lnnu and, orulnmortuiiitva '
That was Ted all over. Madeline, Hazen Ortho Mathvny to excite diKKiut i" iniiuht to bo soled I I over portion'
straight-forward, big-brother advice and of eame are a follows,
children spent Sunday afternoon fact 1wouldn't > town: South of
Anne turned around, faced us and call\ on me. I'm for you," he hesitated night at Kingsley lake. Melbreo Hodges \Miss Wynn teacher. 'i any whiskered artist. In Northwest. Quarter, and Southwest quarter of
|said in a voice that could be heard at then he ] sign my name to any Northpait allartrr of .and South Townihlp
leaning over awkwardly dope that carries blame to. o- II Smith Raniin M K".t.: half of
the near-by tables: kissed my forehead, as if I were a Shipman Sapp came home from Sixth Grade: Joshua Groover \Miss who looks her Rma.h'ttt.lOTI.. Northeast quartor. North half of Aoutlwaiitquarter

"Why Sallie, darling. I'm certainly very little girl. Running down the' Jacksonville and spent from Thurs! Ogden, teacher. world is all a lleeti.t' sl!-osv", ,. Wet ftouthwmt quarter quartur of Si>uthr of..t SouthMatqimrlvr. quarterof

most surprised to see you here. steps, he left me. day to Sunday with his family.W. Seventh Grade: Orabelle Kelley our transient natur nmkn ilwo're ""' Southwest quarter. 8outh east. quarter of

Just this afternoon I heard that your (To be continued) Gracie Connerly Florence Ward Miss nil verse to 01'l'n\t v Southwest Northwent Quarter, and Nnrtheant' quarter of
all In
quarter Suction
2and:
{ather had a turn for the worse and J. Jones spent Sunday at his Ogden teacher. and while we lun't iiw-. N. W. quarter of Northeast quarter of SMtlnn -

|hat he would allow no one but you home in Graham.E. Eighth Grade: Toledo Galney Aunty's ago because of thud' -i.calnoutlagushe i., I 2H. all In Tuwniililp H South )lance 11
SWEAT-TO.MLINSON I may bo g,> Eaat and containing' In acre', more
o nurse him." TOM -SWEAT B. Wells and II. C. Padgett were Virginia Colson Stellamae Ward I tomorrow! And whale. she tun leas sad 1 lylnc and ..!' nIII.6; Bradford ur.:
"That's right Anne absolutely] ] Inswered. Lyon Crosby Guy Itarrell Lelamao I ty Florida.Wltneea .
visitors to Starke Monday evening. I els with n zip I reckon. w mr haml and soul of sell/. Court
"I'm a very undutiful Mr. Riley Sweat and Miss Ella Andrews J. A. Boatwright, teacher. should let her rip wilh: uifi..., : this the .Inl day of Dimmtwr. 1) 10114.tl. .

r,, [daughter and I'm Just ]leaving." Tomlinson and Mr. Roy Tomlinsonand Roy Denmark of Jacksonville, visited Ninth Grade: Lurretiu Hodges : Clrly unction. My ho'; I, (Seal> W. AI.DER\! \N. .

s I could have said I was there hy Miss Annie Sweat were united in relatives near here Sunday. Cantey Oliver Lois Gainey Jewell rant throw much dust at me. It' I ly Clerk C. A.Circuit KnlRht.Court ;\

octor's orders and incidentally marriage by Judge R. A. Green at Connerly Valprum Harrell Royce. prove good an' pure u* ttl" WII'! .. I tH-D-llt-l-ao Deputy Clerk. "{:

Ifcrought out the fact that she was his office Saturday afternoon at 3 Mrs. G. W. Brown was a visitorto Gainey Grady Baxter Alph hazel I I have ceased to functii OHIIKK Folk I'fltllCATlOV

IJCurtiss Wright's second choice that o'clock.Mr. Starke Thursday. Martha Groover, J. A. Boatwright, I In Clrault Court 1. Stain of Hnrldn.' Rhihlh
But it would have been 1 teacher Judicial' Circuit llrndfonl. County In .hanery. -
vening. itJo Sweat and Miss Annie Sweat The Gangar house and barn aboutone I '\ .

and catty. Too much so for any aro children of Mr. and Mrs. Perry mile west of town were 'destroy- The Cltlnrni Hank nf Kulfnnl. t
Worry Is the mont a Corporation oomplalnMnt,
atlsfactlon. expensive pleasure -
Sweat, of Starke. Mr. Tomlinson and ed by fire Saturday morning about t n
l After a polite argument with Bob Miss Ella Tomlinson are children of 11 o'clock. The occupants were absent that some people have. Son.im nyal (widow, "t al. Defunilanl.
Marj about leaving Bob final- :; It npM| >arlnir by affidavit appended. to tha
my Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tomlinson, of at the time and only a few Use all the mistletoe you like forChrlHtimis. J'q bill Dim.) In ihu alioM- olnl.,1 run.., that "'..r-
'Ed settled it by saying that he would rio Itltoh and' John Rile her husband
me. We left and for a longtime Starke. All very highly respected and things were saved. The cause of the It Is a parasite and saps a1'.m. ifafiinilnntfl thort'ln named...* nnn.riiildenta the.

popular young people. as proven by fire is unknown. the tree of Its vital juices. Cut it out. .J) of tht Mute of Klorldn.,. and lh.y are real-1
/. on the way home in the car I tho large number of friends and rela- ilonln of th" lily of Valiloatn, Slate' i>f (]eortfln. -
fj was quiet. I like Bob Chenoweth. Mrs. of that I Imit Ar, nwi.i. Ih.t sue nt lrtHHtw one
tives attending the ceremony. Howe Gainesville was No Worms In a Healthy Child __ yank; It I. -therefore onlnrod that,. ..id"nn' -
:With him one can enjoy silence and This marriage unusual the guest the first of the week of her All children: troubled with Worms have an unhealthy un N01'1( E TO nil>lKIIHSfaleil ri'nlili'nt ..dondnnta !b" NIIIhYr. an hereby
was a
ith it I very blur wlik-h Indli-ates. and itniulrml In appnar to the bill nf complaint I
sympathetic blond
a understanding. daughter Mrs. A. A. Smith. poor as s ,
I I brother and sister unit- I le bldn will !ho n-eelved hy the Hoard! filed In. nld .
hefore M.
a omen
occurence rule, thi're more or I. .. atinnach t dimurliam.. on or >nduy, the
Like of fire of load Trunloa,
I' the of Ilrndford
an etching was pic- County IflorIdn. Bill. ,day of .Inmiary' 1II.I IH2A\ iitherwlio the
ed to another brother and r.SoVE'STASTELFSSchill!: TONIC IventrKularl .
sister by : K .
brain of Lawtey put on citified airs sure at the nlTIco of the .n tary of the alienation of ald hill will l be ,
ure \in Anne and Curtiss taken W oon-
my fur two or three waste will enrlih the Mind. Improve Hoard .
one ceremony. The many friends of enough afternoon. If the at Starke. Florida until 2 o'clock n.m. fwii.>d. by nald iltifendnni..
Sunday I
ack there in the garden. She was the diitiwtluo.and art sr a Ueneral StrfnuthealnilToulc January 6th ItljB\ and 1 al that time publicly It la furthvr .ordiniil' that this orb''', b. pnbIlshrd -
looking unusually pretty too that the respective young couples wish traffic keeps on increasing as the to tha whole nyntem. Nature will thon opened for the following equipment, t amen a work for four ennnuoutl weeka
[ them all happiness.. hard road is Hearing completion to throw cifTor dispel the worms, and IheChlld will ha : Two one ton truck. with nteel. dump bodii. In the Mrn.lford County Telegraph a newiipalnr ,
[...ening. Anne certainly knew her In pr'fei't health. I'leananc to rasa We per Unit! i One Fond touring car. ,iiiiltllHhitl In NaM County and Suite,

4ype and emphasized it to perfection.tier EUMONUSON\ -STARLING Hidden will be required. to take In oxohana'e Thin Dtwi'mbi-r. ant IUii4.
on the above two aecond hand Kurd trucks O. W. Af.DRRMtN,
frock of ruffled pink tulle eilg- w. '.. and two arcond hand Ford tOIl.h,,, ear. ,iflonli. Clerk Circuit Court.
,fd in silver gave her the innocent Mr. Riley S. Edmondson, of Starke O.l -01/. '110. board will pay the balance above theaerond A, Z. APKINH.Hollellor .
Dok of a schoolgirl. Especially with and Miss Viola Starling of Graham -. hand cam and trucka In ...... for Complainant 18-1"1.1.|
The board resumes the riuht" to reject any
tau hair still long parted simply in were united in marriage Nov. 22nd, or all bl.... OHIIFIt Hlt I'UIII.U''TIHN

Itific simplest manner. She was im- at 8 o'clock p. m. by Judge R. A. E. S. MATTIIKWS. In Circuit. Court. Stale' nf rlnrlda. Elxhth

ffttaculately guileless, and that was Green at his home on W Madison What I Think Aout] t 1925With A. FUTCU.Rrcrutary. ChairmanC. c J.hlichil,,",. .I..IIIrAoH".1 County. In ohan-

street. l-6-8t-l- iI".lrl.un".o.. Complainant
lie type girl that Cuutiss Wright I

nted. Mr. Edmondson is a son of Mr. and' OHDKll FOil rUIILICATKIN I.... Ouniian, Pofimdiint.va,
( Mrs. Walter Edmondson is America It appearing" by affidavit nppemtiNl, to the
The thought was unbearable. Int an up- having possesaiei;
i In Circuit Court Btata' of Florida, EluhlllJudlnlal Mil Iliad In the al..,.. Hated. eauae that LM
my hands to my eyes and hugeagars right honest and industrious youngman : of more than one-half of the entire Circuit llradforil County. In Chancery .I'"n thi> defendant, therein ".01.". IImmrimlili'nl a

slipped through my fingers I while his bride is the niece of World's gold supply with the Sarah. E. Plank Complainant I :U: a realdiMit i i of of the the City Hlate: of of Clnvelanil Hurl,In and Countyof be 1

patted shoulder. Mrs. Edd Parrish, pretty and accom- World War Cliyahoua. .
my problems subntantiullv; va Hint"* of Olilri and he II over

), |"There, there now Sallie girl it's plished and a favorite among her ac all readjusted ; with Labor all cni. Mnllle H, niowem.. et ala. Dofendanla the sit> of twentynno. yvan.It .
I. thrrvfore
nrdiired that aid
I quaintances. It appearlnaby' alTliliivIl to tho bill filed nonreilili -
right. You're just a bit nervous ployed at useful work at profitable Iqtr; In the above doted cause that Mullln: 8.Illowern I >nt dcfanditnt be and hn la hereby required
thing is worth sacrificing oneFfnpment David' K.; Illowera and Mont la- to appear to the hill of complaint filed
IIUB Alm.CONNELL wages with the products of the nelt the dofemlanta therein. named. are non- !/In said railMe iin tiefnn Mitndiiy bib
of your sparkling spontaneifc. farm at last neldi'lita'' of the Hint of Florida, and rueldM duy of January A. 'I I). IllUfl. ':: Iaht''b. alliunllnnn I-
There there now." Bob said gent Mr. Carlton Riede Hubbard and eonftnandinfr reasonably t an follow. : Mollle S. Ulowern and of anld hill will he taken aa eotifoMi -
good prices ; with interest on Kavld' K. Itlowon now rveidii at Clayton by nald di'fendant.It ,
f Mrs. Nora Beatrice Connell were Ohio and i Mont: llannett now renldi' at Ilimld::: In rurthrr ordered that this onler b. putlUhod )- .
|/'Oh but Bob," I sobbed "I'm apper. united in marriage by Judge R. A. our foreign debts at least being City Mirhliian., and are over sate of twonly- .. unto a work for four eoneveiitlire weeks
There's no around it. Green partially paid ; with our taxes! di|j.nmmhing. one "...... : It la therefore ordered. that sold In the .Itradford. County T,*letfr.|'ih a ......pa1" -
getting his
at office Nov. 13th at 3 non-reelilont. defendtinta be and are hereby puhllHliml., In said County and SI....
''like everything frivo/Ious./ I adore I o'clock p. m. with the cost of Oov- required to aPpero/ the bill of complaint Thin lleevmlior, aril. |.nK4.U. .

5f drink and smoke and jazz and I Mr. Hubbard is a prosperous ernment gradually decreasing from, Mind day In add of Jnnunry......* on, A.or H.before I..2H.Monday olherwla, tho5th 'Sash Clerk W. AI.OlnlIl\N ClI'Oull!: : Cuurt.,

ven't any purpose in life- and I'm j young business man of Savannah. the World War period. with tremendous the allniintlnna or aid bill will b* shun .* A/. ADKINH.
st generally worthless." I' confeMed by nail! defendiint. Solicitor for Complnlnant. IJ-B-nt-l-8,
| Ga.; his bride is one of Bradford orders heretofore held in It la further ordered that this nrdnr ""
LMVVho said so?" in a flash Bob was County's pretty young ladies. Their abeyance now being released by re John perry puhllnheil once a week for four cunnecutlv MAMTKIIH BAI.KNotKe
J0yal] and ready to fight my battles.I' friends predict for them much toilers weeks In the Bradford County Talvwraph., aneWHDuper
happi- and
distributors ; with pes. publiahed In aid County and In hereby Hlven' that under anil hy
;No one had to. I know it, I sniff ness. __ simism dead with Hlat*. virtue ,of that eiTtaln final dxeree of fcw
"I just know it""You're ; optimism alive Thto December 2nd. A. D. lUUI. closure made and rendered on November" I7lh
and vibrant 1925 is A. U. mill\ by iron A V. Irene
LAWTEY going to be the n. w. Ai.ninM\N.; Judy of
nothing of the sort he
( One of the circuit In .
greatest for (S.-al lJ) Clerk Circuit Court, court. and for Bradford county,
fended, "You're just yourself- year business in the Uy C A. knight Florida. In that certain came wherein 1II..

Suet Sallie and at that you're the Lawtey Dec. 12-Ur. E. L. Biggs: history; of America.. America'sGreat I I. puts ClerkH. Ilunham Nina I la V eomplnlnnnt Hehllke, hla and wife i A.are H.defUnilanta.S.hllkoand
A.
[most popular girl in the whole town of Starke was a professional visitorto () Solicitor GREEN.fur Compllunanl.OKIIKK 1'2.6.561.2.' the imdertliiiifil.' an Special Manler, will of
IA Lawtey Monday (..prop nnle and will sell|| for, cal to the
the whole South for that matter.
hlirhvat and .bcvl bidder' In front nf the Court
,I pie love you, Sallie because you A. M. Blanchard Q -\ Publishers You PUIII.ICATION home door I In Hlarko, Mmdford, enunly Flue
fate was a business > In Circuit Court for Ilrnilford County Ida on Monday thi nth. day or January A.
I yourself. Don't be different. You visitor to Starke \\'ednellday.Col. l'\ \ Stale at Klorliln., In Chancery.J. IVU.. durlnx. tho loyal hour, of air, for
I haven't a mean thought for anybody. M. Alvarel Complainant., the purpose of ,all.rylntf: said' Anal' dwfee.
va 11111 to Oniut'Otis ,Ela.leo. the followInK' ilvm-rlbi'd I real elate, tying and)
,
t Tou're big and fine, he averred in a and Mrs. D. E. Knight of r.!. : ( F. Tare et al. DYh fl.lunta.To urine In llradfonl, eounty, Florida. to.wltt
[positive manner "and can measure Starke were visitors here Sunday. # The: rlorlilu: LandandtmmlaatlonCrnn-. ; l.ot fine III.) Two 'II}I. Thrvo _(le), Twelve l
("Ill L /iqt h.A. _
I Thl.n end .. ( Ill e
I up in emergency. Don't you think h ''IHork fifteen' : or' Illnck; ; ";.::. .;-:Temple* addition ;
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Williams and
(for a minute that we haven't known j to the Town nf Stark
how shiningly splendid you've been Misses Florrie Bessie and Claudie Raid sale to "be made auhjeo.t. to the' Hen

[through your father's illness." Terry, of Jacksonville were guests L TWENTY DAYS TO CO! r rt r-- created the mnrta-aiin by the Three wan iclven note to of secure which, la nn A.. B.of

"But" I was now weeping copious- I Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs.T. I Dunham which la not yet due.

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aPHI.1 AI..t.. InCliancery.
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Mrs. J.V.. Andrew Jr., of Starke. .. GOT MY SHOPPING\ -- nollcltnr for complainant.IVUSTBU'H I 12.6.661.2.
VACATION SCOMIN'
visited relatives here Monday.Mrs. _' --- LIVT I MADE OOT. -
I AN : : NOtUt fir BALK
of"j HOORAY !
Change Ruth King and baby from CHRISTMAS -= Hereby. "..tI... l I.> Blven that under and .by.
i virtue of that, n-rlntn final lion nf fnrectoura -
Jacksonville spent several days here "Cooire mndi- liy th. Jinnee of the. Rledtb:
Life last week with her sister Mrs. E. E. I Judicial Circuit.: 'In and for ,Bradford bounty.
j Burney.Mr. Florida, on lliu' (nth.. day of November :A, D.IBH. .
In ( llradford County: Sank *
"When change of life began corporation. .v'n.i': ae-alnit/ Ada, I'hlllfpa >t all., ,
on me," Lewis and Mrs. E. W. Hayes and ; lefi-ndanui..

Usher of Lamar, Mo., "I I family, of Starke, motored to Law- -- Th. undcnlvned. aa Special "Muter, will
rr iffer for unto' In front of the Cnurt house
suffered so with womanly f tey Sunday afternoon. =: :: i rI In Stark. Klurlda. during the leva! hour of
weakness. I suffered a great t -: .1- I I ads on Monday Jan Oth. I Ml. to the blabet -
deal of pain in my back and Doc Alvarez, of Starke was a : and bent bidder" for reek the followingrrlh
:
ides. My limb would cram t I 'J' ',." .<.il nroi.rlr, lylnK ,and, belna In Irail.
,
visitor here ,,
Friday.Mr. font, County, Plorlila. to- ":
I didn't feel like doing 07 ". l'. Rea-lnnlnir nt the norlhrant. corner of III"*
work, and there are so many and Mrs.J'TfcLeod: : were imulheaat iiuarler of the northeast quarter of
steps for a woman to take on I Section :ill)'n.ln r.iwnuMn 7, South' of Rani
I visitors to Starke Thursday. M East run Moiilh III. yarila. thenceWent
anxiousto
/arm.
was very Hi yerdn. thence North 110 ranto.thence .
get better. A friend rec | J. A. Albritton, of Callahan was a Past fin yanl. lo the point at .heels
I .
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ommendedCARDDI nlnir and eontalnlnaflve acren more lace.
visitor here Friday. Alto .hevlnnlnn; at the. South East; corner of
the northeast. quarter of nnrlhennt quarterof
Mrs. W. F. Godwin and children > aid. Section *D Townehlp. 7, "Mouth Rnn.
I 23: Kant, and run. Went 4ln yanl t.. the Went
and Mrs. A. C. Talley returned here line of said. northeast quarter of northeantfiuart
after spending several \months in .r. thenci." north on said' !lint AA_ rare
; theme Rant I in Wane k. in. Kant line .or
# North Carolina and Georgia. rid. northeast. quarter u f northeiui quarter
-- =- Goot> aYE'fO NOW TOft. THE- -"='= thence' "Mouth on said. line S3 rani ta the
i' Enoch Griffls was a visitor to point uf .beginning .n,1 I mnlalnlnir Are acrea II

The Woman's Tonicto Starko Thursday. R@Vi ... DELIVERIES of more ainilheanl or lees earner den beiflnnlniv"of I said: norlheaat INS yang.iiuarievof north

nnrthnul .'u..... and run North 271 ,ardt .<
me and I began using ft. i I Mr. and Mrs. James Austin and I ., the northeant .*..rn.. nf laid' northeajtuuarler .
I went of nurtheael quarter. thence Wen*
I certainly Improved.
1 through change of life with children afd Fred Sassee of Kings- 4 14'A' OpDtRS 'IW iranle more ir .lena Ihene South 271 yarothence
ley attended the Baptist church I Rant! 'lin grarih more or 1 leaa to tile)
out any trouble. I can highly VA "r- THE point of beginning and rontalnlnjc ten acres
recommend Cardui. ;: here Sunday. more nr lete, all In Section: M. Tovfnnhlp 1.
At the age of about 40 toGO 01.'1) SANK South Kanve 22 Lest

every woman has to pass I Mrs. E. L. Biggs: of Starke, visited ROLL R.Special A. IJRr.Muter.K ,.,. liar,

through a critical time whichIs relatives here Thursday.Rev. M JOriVH.
called the Change of Life. Solicitor for Complainant IStla.

At this time great changes R. D. Bevis filled his regular
NOTICE' or APpur"Tlt"I" rOil ri.MiNolle .
take place in her system appointment last Sunday afternoonat Vista' 'HI.II
causing various painful and the Theressa Baptist church. -
disagreeable symptoms.If : C'MIZ.ASeUT COMES la hereby given. ;: to alt when. II
z may eoneern. that nn the' 2nd lay of January
this Mrs. c. Y. Mayo. of Jacksonville A
you are approaching OI'tC YEAR A. 0. ID2*. I hall apply to the HoyofiAktft.
period or are already suffer- spent from Thursday to Sunday at DAD LET A.: Green, county Ju.lae of Rr4Ard.as
Engfrom any of Its troubles Mr. and :>> 0 ; BE tr. .,..rtd.. a* Jo**. al Promt far my flnntlUaehnrir
of her
the home parents,
Cardui. It NAPPY WHI1te5 a a* admlnletrator of the estate cf /.
symptoms, take Mrs. J. II. Moore. M. Maxwell deceased and that ., the same
should help you, as it has w t\iR.1k ,. ey.d tin I will preeent my final acewimu a* a.lmlntatrator -
and ak. for' theirapproval
helped) others. of amid' out )
Sheriff W. J. Epperson of Starke .
Sold by all druggtata.r ,p A D. 1621.
E-9t was a visitor here Thursday. hated Nuvember I." '
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sra"Rea + W lL II 'SWELL.ItT.it.I. .
i.2 AdJDI..tor.FRIDAY .
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.r Bradford County TelegraphPublished markably low figure of $660. CARD OF THANKS
The new list prices on Ford cars
FOR YOUR UNCLE SAM We wish to thank our neighborsand
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* ente'red Fordor Sedan $085 to: $660 friends for the kindness shown
vrcklv and
as Tudor Sedan$590 to $580 us during the sickness and death of
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: i: **eond class matter at the poet I Coupe $525 to $520 our.wife and mother, and also for the

1 I office at Starke, Florida.' Touring Car $295 to $290Runabout' beautiful floral offerings.E. .
$265 to $260 A. Bliclc and Children.

:' ;.t ;t. ,1 f. S. MATTHBWB.----------.Owa.r.: ; uricMptoyMFt 17 Ford Chassis $230 to $225 \

i j. c. RbeiNSON_________-M>n>dn. Editor. Ford One-ton Truck CARD OF THANKSWe
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Chassis $370
\. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY The new reduction affects all per- desire to thank Doctors Biggs,
;;of Chalker and Parks, also all friends
Ford
I". sons who are enrolled in the ,
who kindly helped during the
so us
RATE Weekly Purchase Plan, as those who
SUBSCRIPTION have not yet taken delivery of their I illness, and later at the funeral of

Per Year ___--u____ $1.60 I cars automatically benefit in the re- ur dear baby, Othma DeWitt Connor.
,: : Mr. and Mrs Lawton L. Connor '
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Ii f 'WHAT MAKES A LIVE TOWN up I This Year?
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!! I, The cities which are known as the ; DCREAS p,1oS Pe II II I I ,
live wires are those which are known'
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V I as good places in which to live. GOY t,46NCtC /
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I The live wire cities are those I
I whose citizens collectively believe J 4,1 \) z
that an ounce of action is worth a ton -111gi
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of promises. MORE 77VANS j oar i Mwr
I The live wire cities are those GoIN, 7 1"g 1D
I where the citizens have refused to f TNT $ QOp { D I I

\ line up at election time and tear cHa sus! fAR P I I

down all\ the good fellowship\ built upI 5 9f1{ ARYI Al. Q r Af

I .in The months live of wire work.cities are those' RI ti t c A H neeTain t.D I
s e 'ct
R i where citizens have realized that no 4111liu1IIIIU __I Ailtoe. e 925'FORD
community can amount to very much I
unless it makes better business one I.
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of its chief concerns. 1021 and 1922 totaled less than FIGURES SHOW GIGANTIC D. T. McGill, Master 1st V. i .
; The live wire cities are those in twelve million dollars. For the year I GAIN IN YEAR'S TIME E. P. Johnson, Master 2nd V. "
y I which you hear men speak highly of 1923 the gain was more than G. -W. Coleman, Master 3rd V. I "
f!\( :{ .; o/.their neighbors. twenty-three million dollars and it Costs $12.93 Per Capita to Run G. :Epperson, Sentinel.
,The live wire cities are those in
j v Is estimated that the increase for State's Government. Rev. C. C. Butler, Chaplain. I
which will find that the businessmen
you I
j 1924 will be at least twenty-five million -
2" have learned to give cheerfully\ dollars. While some of this gain Assessed valuation of property in FORD FORDOR SEDAN I Now Ready For You
J service to community
: personal must be ascribed to the tax equal- Florida gained $157,062,074 iri 1923 PRICE REDUCED $25
I b building. God- izer's department there is ample over 1922, according to report of the I
and other
climate
t Location in these that the valuesof of giving financial -
commerce
proof figures department Reduction Also Announced on All
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-. .", given advantages help a community
? the state are growing at a tre statistics of the state govern-
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Other of Ford Passenger
I 1 -wohderfully, but they don't make live Types
, f ," ;w mendous rate. Here is evidence indisputable ment which reached Jacksonvillefrom Cars. I '
i '",. ;J;wire cities unless boosting, coopera- of the consistent growthof the Journal Bureau in Wash-
I ,, '' :(X tion and work are liberally added. I
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valuation
! J.. I \ Teamwork builds cities.-St. Augus- the state. ington. The assessed Detroit Mich, Dec. 12-A cut of
\ : tine Record. Mr. Dawson made some starling property in 1923 was $445,103181while $25 In the price of the Fordor sedan,
', t disclosures that should occupy the in 1922 it was $288.010,507.The \ one of the most popular of the Ford .
j 1'1 1. immediate attention of the legisla- department of commerce figures enclosed cars, was announced by the 1
WHAT BECOMES OF KILLERS ture when it meets. The surprising show that the total paymentsfor Ford Motor Company late Monday
estimate was made by Mr. Dawson expenses, interest and outlays for i afternoon. The same announcement
Every newspaper reader BOGS accounts -that the state millage could be reduced the state government for the fiscal carried substantial reductions on all''
[ i? of many murders, but few are one-half if property, tangible year ending December 31, 1922, I other Ford cars. The: new prices became :
", able to follow\ the cases through to and intangable, that is now escaping amounted to $13,527,632, or $12.93per effective Tuesday, December 2.
learn what really\ becomes of the kill- ''taxation wire registered on tjio tax: capita. Of this total v$8,056.002 The price reductions come at a What better time of the year than Christmas, to thrill

ers, excepting in a few notable books. This would mean an unprecedented represents tn..expenses of operatingthe time when the car is enjoying the every member of the family with an automobile? You
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crimes. reduction in the state rate general departments of the state greatest sales in its history, for retail -
cannot hope to drive better than the Ford. The
a car
One of America's largest life 'in- government; $20,763. interest on
which, taken with the guarantees of deliveries of Ford cars have so
surance companies has junt; finishedthe exemption that the state now offers debt; and $5,450,807, outlays for per- far this year exceeded the same new 1925 is the acme of mechanical perfection\ featuringmany

records covering 116 cases in capital, would place this state in a manent improvements. In 1922 the period in any previous year. Contrib- added improvements. Give the car now. Thereare
I which its policyholders were killed most enviable position among the i total payments for the state were uting to bringing: about lower pricesare beautiful
the winter
J I, by other persons. Here is what it states of the union. The possibilityof $11,418,418, and in 1917, $3,617,740.1, production advancements duringthe many motoring days throughout
I found: such reduction in taxes should I I a per capita of $11.18 and $4.00 re-I year in which it has been possibleto and in early spring. We will drive it, spic, span and

Of the 164 killers, 32 were found I bring Immediate action by the legis. I I spectively. The totals include all bring about many improvementsand shining new-..all holly bedecked..-to your door on -
I to have been justified killing! lature upon the methods> advised by payments for the year, whether made at the same time effect numer- Christmas morn.
Of the remaining 114 killers 45 from current revenues from the
Mr. Dawson. The tax equalizer as- or ous manufacturing economies by the
were never indicted, 22 committed that proceeds of bond issues. of under
/ serted $700,000,000 is escaping opening up new resources PRICES
suicide, 15 are still at large and 8 taxation. This Is a large figure and The total revenue receipts oT Flor- company control, the announcementsays
were turned loose for lack of evl- its to the tax rolls will ida for 1923 "-- I .'
addition cer- were $12,940,225 or : Roadster, $338.59 Coupe, $608.99
dence. tainly mean heavy cut in the taxes $12.37 capita. This $$4,863-1
a per was The big reduction in the price of
Of the 69 who were l indicted, 16 I I Touring $369.59 4-Door Sedan 754.59
fthat every taxpayer now pays the ) 460 more than the total payments of i the Fordor Sedan presents it to a ,
were acquitted, 11 were "no trial"cases state. the exclusive of the 'I
year payments ) and field of -
new larger buyers. Originally j All Prices Delivered
1 was a mistrial, so that only
Mr. Dawson has not followed a for permanent improvements, but priced at $725 when it was introduced .
41 found
were guilty, 35 are servings
I blind path in this discuision lIe has $587,407 lesf than the total payments ,i in the Ford line about two c
" 1 prison appealed sentences, 3 have, been 6 cases granted have been new ,! outlined, some provisions which will including those for permanent im- years ago, the price of the Fordorwas J. W. ANDREWS Jr..

trials 1 was paroled, 1 paid a fine- I go far toward remedying the in- pro ments. These payments in ex-1 cut $40, when reductions were ,
I and one paid the death penalty. I equalities. lie wants practical steps cess of revenue receipts were met I announced October 2, 1923, and now Lincoln, Ford, Fordson
I I taken reach the from the proceeds of debt obliga-1 much
In the light of the above to Intangible property improved in appearance by bet-
I which will lessen the rate upon tlons.In I ter and more attractive upholstery STARKE, FLORIDA
der and they that are the facts-United it is States facts-I I real estate holdings. That suh a situ- Florida property and special I I bnd equipped with many accessories,

i seventeen times as murders 'ation is unfair is undoubted: Fairnessin taxes represented 4IJ.O! per cent of the new reduction of $25 brings this
England and six many: as I' tax rates Is one of the essentials the total revenue for 1923, 53 per popular family closed car to the re .
times as many as of Just government. Mr. Dawson pro- cent for 1922, and 66 per cent for
our- neighbor according to popula- ; 1917. The Increase in the amount of
I pones a law for accurate schedulingof \
I tion.-Holmes County Advertiser. taxable property, and imposing property and special taxes collected +i+ ..tM+4+D 0 g....E i th 9 Off t+i..t+'f.9.&M .t
penalties for refusal to comply or for was 136.9 per cent from 1917-to 1922, I .
BACKING= TH TAX AMK'iO\IENT: and 15 cent from 1922 to 1923. !i" .
I i making false returns. This is a practical per
Florida has taken a proper pridein method worthy of consideration. The per capita property and special I A Christmas Gift tx
the adoption of the constitutional The state has authorized the legislature taxes were $6.1In 1U23, $5.45 in : .J t r
amendment which forbids the levy- I' to provide for uniform and 1922, and $2.58 in 1917. I

, ing of inheritance and income taxes equal rates of taxation and for Earnings of general departments, i Which Never Misses-Is Jewelry 'Y
i in this state. The official canvass of Special rates on intangible property. or compensation for services rendered '
the vote shows the amendment to This amendment makes it possible to by state officials, represented 4.8
have carried by a margin of approxi- enact reforms that will\ wipe out inequalities per cent of the total revenue for Attractive indispensable moderately priced jew- i

mately four to one and establishes and put property upon the 1923. 4.5 per cent for 1922, and 10..t ; elry-and a year 'round reminder of the donor's .
virtual unanimity with which the tax books that is not nc jv paying per cent for 1917.
<0" thoughtfulness. What more could one ask of a Christ-
I> voters of the state adopted the proposal one cent. This will mean a further Business: and non-business licenses i
\, Florida has received wide pub- ..-uction In the states's millage I constituted 35 per cent of the. total mas gift? The large assortment of Christmas suggestions :;

licity from her action. It is to be without in. the least hampering any I revenue for 1923, 28.5 per cent for on display in our show cases afford the shopper 't !
doubted if any step by a state within of the improvement programs. lU2 and 17.4 per cent for 1917. Re- t the opportunity to make an ideal quick selection- :

recent years has received as much Florida can tell her sister states I ceipts from business licenses consist : with a satisfaction guarantee. .".
I favorable comment and praise as that she is going upon a tax footing chiefly of taxes exacted from insur- Ci
this. Florida" has consequently received that will put her -to the very ance and other Incorporated _com- i
t. an advertisement In the Influential front. Unlike so many other f01'1! panies, and of sales tax on gasoline, .
renters of the country that exploitation communities Florida will\ not mulct while those from non-business licenses t I Watch Chains -
I
i alone could never have'f' /capital/ by exorbitant taxes. Here is are principally taxes on motor :I .. ,
' achieved. But this Is not the whole a state with unexploded vehicles. i .Plain links. In our stock 01'1-\ '
'opportunl-I I .
; story- of Florida's state finances or/ ty? that offers a The net indebtedness (funded and I /
I advantages to outside capital. tors that they will be treated with I I floating debt less sinking fund assets t you will find just the pattern 'II .. \--l! j t tt

f Marion I* Dawson, state equalizer .utmost fairness. !! ) of Florida for 1923 amountedto you are looking for. \ tel ,

',t I 1' In the a state paper here read to Tuesday the assessors, presented of Florida is backing the income and The$1,065,410 per capita or net$1.02 debt for per 1922 capita.was t $1.50 to $;).00 I! r !it a Knife-Buckle'
Inheritance
amendment with low $0,47and for 1917 f'W.1 \ I
$0.66. The
J some aditlonal facts that should ap-
taxes and all indication are that the bmount of taxes levied was $5.118- J., I ; Belt buckles of U-b.
little less force to investorsand I
peal/with state will not lag In the Cuff Links
effort
but 272 and the per capita levy 1.80. (ft ; rat green or white goldengine
taxpayers. lIe related that the make further reductions..-Jacksonville $ t I '1/ I
state had this year reduced the state Journal. LAKE white I I'f" turned with oblong
BUTLERAt Cuff links-green or \ shield for
levy three-fourths of a mill and thatit i mono-
i M was possible that a similar reduction Q a regular convocation of Lake gold-in a variety of de. t 1It 4 } gram. .

" might be made next year. This PRESBYTERIANSunday Butler chapter, R. A. M. the follow.In& t signs., Snap links and regular 1 eJ J!. () ATTRACTIVE PRICES .

r would mean a reduction within 'two officers were elected for the ensuing links up to $5.00.; l--: __ .
years of 15 per cent on state taxes. School at 10 o'clock a. m. year: 14-karat green gold.
I While other states are raising tax Preaching services at 11 a. m., and Charles IL RegisterP. P. : Knife-plain or carved
I. levies and adding to the tax burdensof 7:30 p. m. by Dr. Tucker. S. T. Dowling K. t / with two steel blade..-
r. the people the state of Florida isII Prayer meeting Wednesday eve F. L. Wise, S. rl Dozens of other suggestions Others of sterling silver

; actually reducing taxes and proposesto ning at 7:30.I J. E. Donald, Treasurer.A. la our show cases. $1.50 to $5.50
II go on with the job. If the newly appointed minister of D. Zachman, Secretary.
I The state equalizer submitted figures the Methodist church arrives In townin Appointive officers: 1/

". to show that the taxable valuesof time for services Sunday night A. E. Proctor Captain of Host.
the state are growing at a rapid the Presbyterian church will worship J. W. Priester, P. S. U. D. MINER---JEWELER

pace. The Increases for the., years with them. Dr. J. E. Maines, R. A. Captain. .
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