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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 9, 1925
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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r AGRICUL TuifFXPERTVILL I I City Council Met In Regular NEGRO SHOT AT SAMPSON I r rI



SPEAK jOfl COTTON GROWING I Session Monday, January 6' CITY BY WILL CUMMINS ,

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Di. R. J J. 11. /UeLimch .f fl ----- -_._ ____
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whu I is un umicuUure ,.\ .'(] ,I L I I Sale' Iarl.'t. I I 1'10:c IIradh.lISh..t l llark .
I Hat In Ring J.J j ji I hy SEED COTTON AND i in anti
especially on thi growth (.f I' n I I [ Millions T-> Workers_ t]r I'litiilh] \\ iiuiulerWdntxdiiy
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the' :boiith: mult i bul-u! t ttIcn i I The .']itv council of Starke met in i :Morning
rfiTTfliM
-. will speak. here' T 1 ,,<, .1 J I I regular-,"sion January lith at jill'! PLANTING

lath at .3 i "iO!<) p. in at the toy u.,. 1 Y.r' IP, m with the following mombc rs I -- I.a"'P 1 llrad-dmw I \ i oloied, of amp-

All p' mi.] .s ulio, are inicrtho < l pii-int.: i- i-. I loover, chit irnumn, I 1..1 I Till' dumber i.1' i'ominerce I will I I I take -ini,' i it >', w.is shot and probably ..

\ mnwth: t I and lultlvutinn,, of t i -\. I D.ivi) I). C. Jones, J.V.. White. Iup tIme Mi'c-stioii of the .roper kind m of < '- fit.ilK i I \\ ..ti lititI I Wednesday morning ,
should attend thimcetini.. 'i,\ ," i :. :Minute of the last meeting wi'ic.I I ",uLt\Jn'! seed for l'l'JlllllltllI, in Bradford "'!iii;.,,,... aluiiil}, I V .. .-Io..k nt the homo of Will

want to u-i the :-.inie kind of I 11'-.t.l( and approved. I eovnty.at. its regular meeting Fndaj t 'lIull11irl". \\ hit.., who is hold in tho

that \I i t' \\JI. )ia-t' n unifnnnplin A committee. from the Chamber of | nilht'' in Starke. Kxpeits of the ugn- I I' ',1111\t.' jail I I charged! with the ahaotimr.

I < e mi the nun'kef. This: pnrt\ ''J< (C'"II1II"'lI'. met with the council askciltural: department tho Univer.si.ID I \ l"till i-I! t from ii :p4-i-ui ilii. revolver!

highly n i omiiu.niltd as to ibigive ,.: for regulations governing: the inty of Florida us well us practical cut- ',i II"h'k Unidshnw in the bark, inflict-

"'-.1 inf"rnmtion of pr ,ipi Upcitioii: ] ..f f meats offered for stile In ( -"'' farmers are expected( to be ,prosthe iinr II wound. from which attending

of M-otl to ,pl.int and how '0 I local markets.* The council referellt. I'livMi inn/ city he has smull chance to

coltnn, and overcome( the 1">| 1 Z-vUndir 4 ud. tho mutter back to the chamber j To realize: tho greatest poHsible, I .'tttt1t1fl11flh115. ) wus arrested by

hi] (directions mou Hi of commerce, to draft a model ordi- benefit from planting cotton turnui I ..ilmis I from t the slitS itiTs. office and s.

i bale of cotton wui grown t t.) tli .. name coverinu; same and submit 'oof, this section should nil plant thc lnniiKht" to Slnrke.I -...
' ) in the State of Georgia List ta''' 7 : all the incorporated towns in titi-1 t sumo variety, and it is to secure this,, I- rii in n Hlutt'inent made to officers. ;:

,,jfi rni he had. under hiM earl I C I county, in order that the reJrul. ti >mini> method of planting that the meetings I In the negro it appears, that lui went ,"

" 4 .Lc't everybody come out to I may be uniform throughout the C'U' -ure, to be hold next Friday January hv, the home of Cummins nt his reo I

meeting.Brudfoid. I ty. Oth and on Tuesday, January l.'tth.NEC.RO : ;|ilii'st; carrying with him a shotgun I

County Chamberrnerce. I The clerk was instructed tIrw< I ---- .ind, several steel traps with which to ,

I I the proper\ notice on Oliver Jonm to i 1 111.1.1:111'I : SAMPSON: : I I prepare n trap line. The two hud hogs ;

have vacant lot and street denied ofruhhifh CITY fattening on shares and while the .
!MRS. .FOIII) PASSES AWAHON I I I also to serve notices O'i Mrs.M. --- cmise( of the shooting was not given,
NEW YEAKti I [ C. T J : J. Green; to have lotIJ1 Luke An unknown negro was killed at Win' M. Ritter, lumber king of il' 'is supposed\ that Home disagreement 'If tJ I'

I \ 1'I i !Mrs. florence Kahn widow of I street cleared Sampson City Monday night by the Ohio and West Virginia, has just aroHo over the division. According I

AH peuti'ftil und gently: n-: ,tie i I the 'ate Congressman Kahn of The committee on wutll'w.rk and fast tourist train operated by the given between $2,000,000 and $3- I to tho .statement made Cummins.
and I Caliiorma has formally announced I fire protection was authorize to have i Southern over their road to Hampton 000,000 to employees, relatives and "III1out on the porch apparently'
:loses
evening comes ol", succeed her husband -
r her candidacy to i the tire alarm installed in firei..n i and thence! to Tampa via the Sea close friends 04 employees have angry and carrying 11 pistol in his
spirit of :Mrs. Elizubeth Grucci F> r \ I
j at Washington thc been with him than 20 I
more
I board. It is supposed that the year hnnd The
passed to the God who it I tower. \ ne"'o I negro! said ho ran anti
gave wus rid inK hultllalCe"lnd while __ __ whll.. trylnll ...
first the The clerk was instruct,; to notify DIIIKI ---u-- to make hiM "" 'nn. -__ \
the day of year rj'home :!-). It t I 00- '
MEEtING; OF BOND I Tlil STEES:: ,
,
the train waR taking NEW shot in the back.
on water at SlHOOL
of hui brother, Mr. John 'glt property owners to have/ trees removed HOARDMET) ) I -
Mrs. Ford's death was 'nu-e fro on Thompson stet between Sampson that he dropped' to the : TUESDAYL. : I Ollleers! who went to th,' scene sUtod -
The board of bond trustees of Call and Madison\ strcetn tracks below to escape discovery byII' .I I that n space of twenty! steps
attack of nd neparnted -
an pneumonia, SUp" Bradford County met in regular ses1 !\ Lagergren prcsefcd the map I the fireman. Insted of the train going I \V. hickliit'rEk'cti'tl; Chairman ; K..M. ;. the two men frul1wh..ro CUIIIIItllt..d
ed by old agFor the 1 -
past Ion ion; January 6th with the following forward, It backed and his \ Johns. Attorney for Hoard. mins he
she had not been at all well, :-t| 1h\ 1 of the town as per afeemont.! The up was standing anti
members present: A. A. Durden, J. H. body was taken from beneath whore the
the
fell/ ,
byJ>e town. negro Brasbnw'ashotgun )
some accepted
was
serious condition was not realize'j I"i' Messrs. I.. W. Kickliter, G. !M.\ In-
Ititch, W. 1 E.:: Torode. tender. Both legs' severed an.1propl'rty
were
til two days before her death. Her oi" The clerk was instucted: to notify man and. J. A. U'Hxdin, who ivirel.e was on the ground about
Upon motion Mr. Torode acted as owners on ,Church, South the body mangled. The body was I half way between! tho two men, with
son. !Mr. Harry It. Ford, of 'orl Ii I ted as members of the Hoard of Public .
Branch Mich., was summoned u I ." ]hairnmn protem. and Nona streets ti nave their propturned over to Undertaker, IHWIttC. In truction Nov. -I, 11)21) and. B. 1 H.( I loaded shells in the chambers. Cummins -
bedside, hut it was imimMblu: [ f J1'1. Minutes of the last meeting were erty connected wit) the city sewer. Jones, and an effort i is being made. Wiggins who'waR elected Superintendent states that the negro droppO'l'
IJ'n'd and unnroved.TUie establish his tho
authoto identity. gun In his !
The comJttee was flight.
him to reach her before the "-TaIIna street of schools on same date I .. :
presented __
: From
board transacted all unfinishDViness lth information furnished to De- _
rized to proceed! ) having sidewalks -
The funeral service held I Saturday their commissions
was from the
afternoon at three &C1OC14 al | \ paid the routine bills, repaired"J! assessing. the Witt C. Jones Thursday it wan learn I| Governor.I ; MAKES: II.COIW.11.: I 1'as
I]transacted such other mutters asiiuired ed that the negro's name was JuliusBryant FLOCK OF
the home of !Mr. and Mrs. John Uit.., cost of same a/nst the property.! f I Mr. G. !M. Innmn moved, that Mr. I HENS:
low on Lafayette St., and the ,M, tvici by the retiring board afteri The resignat i i I/|/lib, the board adjourned .sinie die. A. wu.sceived.. Upon motion being' released from, the chaingung intherii IIAI 19!),-
was conducted by I Rev. C. {F. Stafnes Bryan January -!th. HIM mother live and was Hcromlc'd byIr.\ VVusdin. I Eggs: From 1.10: ) llen During -
of the Methodist church, and DI>, H, 1 1A Hia onth of oflke was administcrtothu of Councihnul/Davis seconded by Plant (City and it is at Upon vote !Mr. Kiekliter was. unami- Year.
Tucker, of the l'resbyt'rlan new Ineinbers elect by Councilman \flite' the same was ac making his suppoted he wax muiHly elected chairman.Tl I
there
i hurch The ministers spoke in Hitch I tory Public C. A. Futch us fol- cepted. way when killed. ,> first Monday\ in each month !\I r". Gen. A. iitrdinvr is not A

pl'J""" of the deceased! and in beuati- i r s J A. A. Durden, J. 11. Ritch, W. The next /order was the appoint N1N i TII STREET CKOS'SING: ; C()MPLETEI wa designated us the regular meeting I specialist< III the \poultry business. un-
fill word of comfort to the sornlw-\ Torode, It. A. Weeks. The new ment of a iccessor to Mr. Bryan.CouncilmuTVhite I U of the board. i'less( a spuclullst is cliiHsvd us DUO who

III!: relatives! and friends. Several rdiwas called to order by Secre- 1 nominated Mr. G. Moved!\ by Mr.\ Inman and .seconded allows the Hook to attend to Its own
,r W. Aldern/1, the same tecondWorkmen> have completed the railway by Mr. Wasdin that I affairs, hut during tho
bi-aiitiful selections were! softly sung Futch and organizes/! electing: I Claud Brown j your just clos
ba choir composed of Mrs. E. K. 1' E.'S.'; Matthews chairman. In the ed by COIIClh"l1n.Jones.: There being crossing on Ninth street, replacing hay' the ell to Sampson school building I .she secured II,4M) eggs/ from A

t'fiiyman, :Miss l Hilda Struth ncel'of' !Mr. Matthews a motion I no other laminations, Mr. Alderman the timbers with brisk. The placing for the repairing of the main I"d of I 150/ hens. .,

M -srn. G. L. Powell and S. E. Ritch. carried, that Mr. Torode be chair- was una'01'8ly' appointed. of brick on the crossing. / necessitated part' of the huiMlnthe said Claud I' The lions are mixed strain mostly

Elizabeth: Grace Uglow was )hol, n I protein. The is ilur monthly reports of the the removal of one siding to u thrown to furnish all materiul 'ncces- Anconus and filiick Minorens\ they are j

in (urnwiill England, January :lli.th!] I J., II. Ritch was elected clerk I I Bond T KU-es the Treasurer and II point below. the' crossing" : ', and workmen Knry fur the repairs and also to point given free, range of the farm and are '

!>! !II.! therefore, at the time of herdeath mdllor and C. A. {Futeh was npPsd I Tux C'Juctor were received and ordered are now employed in rebuilding t the' window. in south end* of building fed almost' entirely on what is rdUudi
J ei1. thin. siding. giet'ii. All work, to be done i mi tho ,""''. Outside' of I
she hud reached the age of 73: as, secretary of the board. ... in a workman I' providing a
years. 11 1 months. and 25! da '!<. She pen, advertisement the bon "J like manner i shelter fur the flock, very little at-
lived. m England! until she was twcn'yM.IIS >'' ed bid for two trucks and one This board mot in joint session with I tention Is given them. The matter of

of ago and then came to C.in.i- *' touring car to be used by them Chamber of Commerce Meeting thi' county commissioners and with shelter does Mot HCCIII to bo upprucljiitod .

du with her parents. ; after living! in nance forces. them elected E. M.\ Johns county attorney I by the hens they taking to tho
,
Canada three years she was married '1 J, W. Andrews, Jr., submittedth for this. term. | 'limbs of convenient trees no Naturu

to :Mr. Henry Ford, who was also of. ly bid on this equipment and Starke Tonight Friday The following warrants were probably I intended, thorn |Iu do, and as ,
Cornwall England. Shortly after thine was accepted. il- 8.00J drawn: I' .II result/ of thlH ,-ii,,'. .... ill.'k ..i* .......

their marriage Mr. and Mrs.\ Ford. I :T. J. Terry, of Lawtey, was ap- 1. W. Kickliter. board service 4.20 : Hiimo will say, tin1 flock stays entirely
moved to North Brunch Mich., where poi foreman of maintenance. ------- ------ -- -- -- G i. M. human, board service1.1)1)) free of lh,' diHonxcs' HO common
''j KW; POTATO( UK; PRODUCERMr. ; I CAST OF CHARACTERS J. A. Wusdin among the! flocks. In modern poultry
they unpaged/ / in the mercantile business --- --'- board service 7.-IO.
MrFc'tl taking an active part CII hER OF. COMMERCE/ i I IN: T1IK: "HOODOO"() There being no further business plants. '.

in the bu4iie-s! until eleven year- ago. RECEIVES HONOr n !\ Joseph !Bolt, of Keystone the board adjourned to meet first'. 'I For the your /!1)2.oach\ hen averaged ,)
When Mr.\ Ford died! she turned the Heights, writes an interesting Icttei j:[ Brighton {Early: --About to l h e married .. Monday in February a I lao( eggs. Out of this number .

bu.sineis: over to her son, Mr. Harry (i i A jsident of the Chamber to the Telegraph telling of his experience ( Powell Carpenter! ). L. W. KICK LITER, :! 1,374: doxen, wore Mold, bringing a total '

II. Ford, and since that time she ha- Con .e of Starke, Col. D. "I I in growing a new variety of I Billy Jackson-The heart breaker Chairman. of
divided her time between Michiganand Kniieceived the following lnvi.tlon potato. This potato, the name of\ ( Harold Wall/). II. WIGGINS, for every! day of the year. Mrs. Card-
Florida. : l I which Mr. Dolt did not state, was se Prof. Solomon Spiggot-An authority Secretary. i I inor keeps a daily record of hor chicken (j
on Egypt, (!Mr.\ L. I I business) and finds j
When seventeen old Mrs. I Th,allure of Col. D. E. Knit'5conip ; cured from the department of agriculture Wyman) it profitable.
years I Hemachus TlIANli4TO f
His THR : --
Spiggot PEOPLE OFHTARKE -
ion agod I -
Ford Joined the Methodist church, III requested on the occi' n Washington, last spring and I 17-(Kirk Lewis). ( MUSIC: I M JK\Jclln'() (('O'lll'l'nJultu : I ::
and since that time she has been an of thonlng to the public of the was planted by him on his farm near r Mr. Malachi Meek-A ,
: active member of that denomination.She first tigh. train service-w1out Keystone. His letter follows: lonely old To the many friends of my dear' ( a number of the! !Music\ Clubs -
gentleman of fJ
j ) (Orville
Griflls .
gave liberally of her means to intercie.....to the East CoaFloridAU / of "It may interest some of the read- Mr. Dun-The burglar (S.) "E. mother, Mrs.\ Elizabeth Grace Ford,1 I I throughout, the! United! Status have j

the support of the church, not only at / Seaboard AirRoute'.uth Line era of the Telegraph to learn of anew > Ritch). I desire to write u few words of op-I j r I adopted IIH their slogan, "Makv !good ,

,home but also in foreign lands, espec- of Richmond). I potato, which I secured from the Miss"' Amy Lee-About to be predation for the Southern cordiality muHlf' popular and popular music
tally in India she did a splendid work. You wiled to be one t the agricultural department in Washington (Alice Tharin). married friendship! and assistance you i good.'
party iming: to the East o"1"* of last This have I The logical place to make
Since coming{ to Starke she has made spring. potato weighed' Mrs. P..rrlnlfton-Shivr-ller so constantly surrounded her good I
numbers of warm friends who will Florida first; through trfl service -I seven ounces and I cut it in twelve p and !Mr.\ Mocks daughterMrs.( C.aunt A. with during her many different visits i I music' familiar Is In the public
sadly miss her presence during the with interchange, (*uth of pieces and! planted them the first: Futch). in your community. )I schools. Out of this Idea came the

winter season but who feel that she Richmouith another lin", nd 1 over I week in March on high, gnnd-hill, Gwendoly N. Pcrrington Shlvr- She has always referred to tho j[ "Music Memory\ Contests," which

has fantiarl_ .nu__ h..r_on _the _Seal AinLine] Rai' y's ownft" land that had been cleared and grub- who does just as time spent in the South as very! hap J I hnvo become annual ,'vout, in many
I mama Lois
(
lied the year before. I used no ferti- says py days. To you she owed towns mid 1 cities throughout the na-
"Beautiful goal with well : : Edwards). a great
race run, .Arie; ; thin
Beautiful rest, with work well done." Oe Blossom s clill will liser whatever, except me asnes! ironi 1 Dodo De Graft--Tho Dazzling part of this pleasure. Now that she < and in several states, state-wldo
leave F'jlvaoiu StiiO", New the roots and scrub cleared off the 1 II has departed! I feel that she* would 'contests! are also hold
Near relatives the deceased I I Daisy ( Mabel Edward .
survIving
York, Railroad: land. With other ) desire '| A Music. Memory\ Content,
I vpennsylvanu: no care than keeping Mrs I Ima I me to publicly thank each one is soon
are her son, Mr. Harry H. I Cluiger-a
I Seaboard Li I I nll"i' and Seaboard's the grass and weeds down the potatoes fascinating of you for the many acts of friendship to be hold/ here, in Ntnrko, under the
Ford of North Branch, Mich., also young widow (Mrs.\ W. E. Middle-
two I n. roe .l'.1 ,rid Short LineFlorida made themselves. ton. you have shown her during the direction of Mrs.. A. E. Wall, the nth
granddaughters and one grandson I ( \err & :-ohern-' Rail- ,I "The dug first many years of association with 7th and tith grades of the B. II. 8., to
potatoes were week of
Angelina i Her you. .
her brother Mr. John
Uglow angel child
; ; j I (Lois I|l". the
niece, MI.SS\ Carrie Uglow of Starke road). Thty, he :!2of January: December! and I had forty pounds altogether Adkins). Her brother and family join me in contestants.A .
; 1tJ2j, at 9. 'cl k arriving at this our public declaration nsh prize will be given to
of the
p. the largest weighing eight Miss apprecl-
and niece, :Mrs.' R. L. McDowell, of / Doris Ruffles-Amy',. maid of (one who
Jacksonville West Palmar Flora lit 7:30: p. pounds u number weighing live and I' honor-(Mrs. Herbert hUtch). atlon for the innumerable! kindly scores tho highest.
m. Satur'l 2 Ith. Returning deeds have The children will be
Immediately after the funeral nual I I nix pounds and only three were less I Mrs. Sewiranes you extended her during expected to
HeI'V'lee. Spiggot The
:MrFord's body, accompanied I th.H iflg fniiday January than one pound. They cook and taste mother of 7-(Noilie Stearns). her life-time with you. Especially. for 1 recognize and write correctly the
26th I.r Beach at MOO: ) the manifold (name of tho composition
'al
tokens of heard
like an Irish potato and are equal to sympathy and
by her son, Mr. Harry H. Ford, and I EupeHia Spiggot-Her daughter also
the
I 'clock ar.iiiL': in New i' and arts of name of the
p. ml good" Irish potatoes. I' shall Leila assistance you have bestowed I composer
plant (
her niece Miss Carrie Uglow: was Dea Andrews. ,' it i. .........._.i
York 11 (,0. \1 Wedne..daY'1January her who nulh' IHUn. In.......-
: a I more this and rive them better upon wait our belov- a
year Miss\ Lonarnpckpr '
A .
.
taken North Branch nuhlff! hnnl i
to Mich.\ far a" tho ;
burial beside her husband. I :'M! < v m.n return at care/By so doing I thing I can bring: teacher (Louise Fernandez)):-- ;---- eu one, in nor nmess, death and removal dents on part of both patrons iindNtfl-
jour p'ea.sun' I IA them up to ten and twelve pounds." Lulu-By name and to the North. will be manifested.
The
pallbearers Messrs. F. nature (Ethel
were : ntHond 4 nil leave St. I I If Mr. Bolt will advise us the name I Griffin). To her physician, Dr. W. E. Mid- Ever opportunity possible will b4t
A. Scott, J. W. White J. M.\ Mitchell
| Peter at inter- I of this dleton, we extend out! heartfelt given to the students' to heAr the well
J. M.\ urg I ing new vegetable we will gladly rj r I Aunt Paradiso-The colored
Truby, E. S. Matthews, and L.I cook known
A. Davis. medial. p ig car from give this information to our readers, (lady (Marguerite Shriver). thank '''content.ATTENTION compositions to bo used In the .
Mr. Sarasi. ,' a ,liate :points. A as likely there will be others who I' Four little Spiggots : Mr. and Mrs.\ Harry II. Ford'. and! .
and Mrs. R. L. McDowell and -Marjorie
third '.,j,1 from West I will experiment with it. It family, Mr. and Mrs. John Uglow
-e. appears I I Stump Dorothy Ritch : '
three Julian I'eek : .
sons, of Jacksonville were AMERICAN: /
II I.Er.IOS'
Miss (
Carrie
Palm 13m }r connectingbring. with from Mr. Bolt's letter that the new I Billy Graham. Uglow, Mr. and Mr*.
among those attending the funeral. the "Sp 111 % I tuber yields well, as his yield from R. I.. McDowell and family. To all I.egionoers-and Ex-oldiri.
I
R. S. V.Sit. ., e &; Culvert twelve plants averaged nearly 3 1-2 HONOR lcot.LlltMl'TONSCIOL: ( ) We have changed
PLACE
FLUME: OUT WITH BIG TURNIPS: flECK) : IKuTTlTFnY; our meeting hall to
I Ba-ir: pounds each, with fertilization. i I'the Odd Fellows
\ 1 no NEW: BRUNSWICK hall just across the
I December MANMr. ,
Not to be out-done when It comesto PuIIn.n 'I. "e allotted as Third Grade S. A. L. railroad, and will meet every

the growing of truck crops, Fred Jar,eptrp rS1gns' It, BRADFORD! HIGH ton John : Erma Green, Thorn \ James Lamb, of New Bruna-1 i third Thursday at 7.10:: ) p. m. First

Flume, whose farm borders on the ( r ,\ ARFtELO.11e I REOPENED: MONDAY Fifth Grade: Francis Johnson wick, Canada, who ha.i been in Stark I meeting will be January the 15th at

city limits, brought to the Strout office ident. 1*. Wheeler. Jno. for several weeks with his family, I 7:30. Come and get a trip to the

I Tuesday three turnips of the pur : Bradford High School reopened Its Sixth Grade: Howard Moore Ra | Saturday purchased the Bock place.I Legion" Convention\ at Daytona, Fla.,
ple Top Globe Variety weighing 13 1-2 Miss C.i '.urn I saturday I term Monday morning, bringing the leigh Brannen, Roy Williams on Lafayette street. Several acres of i January the 19th.

I pounds. Mr. Flume has only four rows re) h'r other, holiday season to an end. Many additional Cloversettle! Annie Mae Pearce., Ruby land planted to fruit trees go with j'|'a If every member comet and brings J
of this vegetable planted but the yield Mrs. WMm tr.T; -mn] 'e. and pupils enrolled for the bal- Seventh Grade this cozy bungalow. Starke welcomes new member what would this Post

has! been heavy and the roots of good A I.' "-. ri: .11'1] d I Sat- I ance of the term, some newcomers to ham, Jessie Owsley: Margaret Hilda Durden Pack- I !Mr. Lamb and family to its citizen. be? One man came from Jacksonville !!
size lie is 'r !:' th young this section and other ship. to get hill member
disposirg of his crop to urdayladies ri coming here on Estelle Johnson, Kathryn Werst ship in Poet No
local commission men who ship the to n: I/o k of I account of the early closing of the' Freeman Hall./ George Williams "00 at Starke. -
Marion LeRoy
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vegetable to the East Coast. teach in [B-J public school attended during 1921. I Williams./ Sunday here with, friends.Tampa, spent OWEN J.Post ANDERS.Adjutant. ,



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o ADJUSTED BONVS UI March 4mailin '

"R .. YOUTHFUL VICTIM OF CHECKS MAILED insurance cortifljrc'ference -

.'...-satli. Ct the o' made was
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t. se ye' i who have died since
WRECK BURIED RAILTRACKAGE Approximately 600,000 adjusted a mu ff bonus. These total
; service certificates, representing/
t jfoO and beneficiaries
n nwre
Temptaticus $750,000,000 part of the bonus.
j I as
: IS CLEAR I voted for World war veterans by congress o here s may receive payJ

1 were placed in the moil at mid- n t irnnC lly. The certificate, ,..
! -- night December 31 by the Veterans p rly i d together with proof .
.,
: SALLIE'S KEI'UTATION spondcd, "and you're not always hap- liody of Fireman Stephen: of Tampa 500: honors being awarded for the bureau. Promptly as the new year o :dh ,' soldier, must be re- ',s

t A T STAKE py with them, are you, Sallie ?" la Shipped to Home in Pennxjlvaniu ,- I present year. began more than 250 sacks of mail I ti d to' lotcrnns bureau be-
wasn't tonight. After Ted's the f made. Payments
"I moved from the bureau to pity ys on
"lkncw No Statement Made "We ore not trying to make prodigies were |
I was panicky. that the performance everything seemed togo railroad station. Under the law the a are not to be
I "memento" Ted was about to pull fluey. Why, he could have ruined Public As to Cause of Sea /Miss out Edith of M.our 160,000 girls National, said certificates were! not to be i issued be-i I I I" : ;
Kempthorne
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i from his pocket was the remainderof reputation." board Smiuh. ,
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my Field fore January 1. estimated from
Secretary. "We are just tryingto : '
little black and white checked fists clenched In-
my Curtiss Wright's
with the posto I c uthl'licates| certificates will
make the
growing girl an asset to By arrangement
bathing suit.. They would all recog- (
voluntarily."I Jan. :2! With the funeral
Plant City, the home and community against fice department a postal branch was 'I I
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think?
i nlze it. What would they
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ii want to thank you, I hurried on. services over the remains of 1'J- I that time when she takes her place established at the bureau and as each 1'" department has
I i'| The silence was appalling.I Curtiss Wright in "You handled everything so tactfully year old James Cnsun over and with 'as a working woman or a wlfe.I ."- certificate was completed it was addressed a () Lions for
I looked up at Ted ," I ended weakly. "Did you have the Seaboard main-line trackage on Tampa Tribune. stamped and the stamp cancelled I [ ustc-vke certificates, with an
l In the meantime
;? desperation. any argument' with him?" the Bartow-Lake Wales line clearedlIondllY'1I I for the train. .rugl' 12,000 ,
I ready I arriving daily
was draKinK the hit of silk from his
f head., "Like !\ rear-end wreck on that line,
"No lie shook his thousand checks for re 1 11100,000 applications were
I pocket. My eyes must! have sent an call- within the Plant City yards, has The time to prevent many diseasesof Thirty ,I
most buUit'H-when his bluff was representingthe | urn veterans because
, r amounts of $50 or less, I they
S. O. S. to Curtis, for In a moment cucumbers well other
recods rail
in the of as
taken its
place
he became meek and gentle many who J ked atureM, finger
ed for soldiers prints or
: he edited/ his way through the crowd James I is to disinfect the seed before cash payment
tragedy. The body of Stephens, crops
I sat that I could 1 hear the have been ilner data.
I up so served 1 short period fsary
I and had Ted by the shoulder. To the fireman, of Tampa, has been shipped planting. For cucumber seed 1 use cor- only a '
, onlookers It was all done In a friendly rest of the story. to his old home in Pennslyvunia. for rosive sublimate, 1 to 1,000; soak ten prepared at the bureau but these un- Trnf 15,000 applications have
but 1 noticed that he had "I took the liberty of asking him to mailed ,
j manner, interment, it is stated. minutes. der the law are not to be out 'cn tired.
' \ pinned his right arm to hi! Hide HO leave the place until he was fit to I
associate with ladies he continued. No statement has been issuad by
that it was impossible to display the -----
thing hia hand was holding. "What did he say to that?" I was rail officials, as to the cause of "the I J
I smash-up, whereby a heavy 7tOType"
i myself again and interested in every
"Wassa matter, Mr. Achitec', wan-
\ engine pulling a regular! I
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t friend word he was saying. -
na protect our little girl 7M "
smashed the nV *('
freight into rear-enu I'LL BUT
"I'd rather not into that, he
, I go HELLO tLEANOCEDO
lie wits about to Call namewhen
1-1
my EUEANOSE'S:
a rock extra about midnight Monday FINE cu-
argued.I 1) vou6AV
, : shoved FOLKS TVTHEBE'S
my rescuer suddenly A PLAVINCr
Funeral services over the remains TS A COMB IN 1
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u j him, still apparently In a friedly insisted. of young Cason were held Wednesday MOVIE MOMENTVMHILS : ACM
. 2 i scuffle, out through one of the long "Well," he continued 1 reluctantly, morning at 10 o'clock, at Oak, 'I INCUR -NiCsHf a Up. TAIRS 160 I FOR TO I IMPRESS I 1"
{.l" ri casement windows. "he said there was not a girl in lawn cemetery Mortician James, R. MV co r ELEANORE T tl

The crowd stood sullenly as if here who was not us drunk as he was. Weeks was in charge of the funeral TOWN I'M IN INTECES MUSIC( I

t they rather resented 1 the interference. That was all. Then he found his way arrangements, the services!" being( I I
Then Curti Wright re-entered and out through a window." largely attended by relatives and y svov
!i r .. at a word from him the orchestra began "With your assistance, I'll wager." friends 1, of the young wreck vittnnDr. I

I t playing. The fickle crow 'lI interest And I smiled in admiration. W. n. White of First Baptist Curly Has a : h d

;. I changed to dancing and in a few Then his brow became puzzled as Church officiated.In I Musical
F
moments the scene with Ted was for-
his hail wandered back to F
gotten. I lif thoughts its Wednesday morning issue, Ear

After the last guest had departedI 'a prcplexing subject alongside! its story about the local i I
"What's the matter?" I asked. wreck, The Tampa Tribune carried I _
I wont into the living room and sat I
ten by that State News Edi- 1 I
t the dying (ire. I wan tired. The Billings/ had with your bathing paper's
" episode with Ted had !been indeed try- )|suit. 1 Hi( looked l straight into my tor, Hugh P. Drannen: EdwardMcCiUough .
ing. :I eyes as he expected a direct an-
START PIGS RIGHT

"May I sea you for a moment?" !swer.From his tone of voice I realized( To GAIN GOOD; / linn; LIi LIiYOuR
asked Curtisa Wright, coming into CIIOOSK i iriiT FEED AUTOC TER R :
: "' I that what we would mean to each I _
the room after making a round of
. i other in the future depended entirely
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I' the doors to Bee that everything was Gainesville-The pig days of a
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, ; fastened. on my explanation.To hog is the most receptive! period of YNHATS w THSTS BOYS-
( be continued) PRETTV j CE NOT OPAW A P1GTuRELIi :
I I nodded. its life, just the same as with a child
: I : "1 just wonted to return' this t<) Unless you start it off right, you will M ER 1StE'5, MOTHER OP "OLD pop" .IN.
HAINIMT aioOL
1 15 PLAVI OUT, ? THIS COMIC AND
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I ; J to you, he begun. "I believe it is I not grow a worth while hog. \ WIN A PRIZE .
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I your property. I Evidently the shark NECESSARY I'AKT OF |: John M. Scott, animal industrialist { MAKE "OLD POP"

:, didn't place a proper valuation upon I A TEACHERS COLLEGEi of the Florida Experiment Station "o f y ft7 UAUOH FOQ ALL
it!" lie smiled 1 sarcastically and handed 1 I
.j I [says that Florida farmers have III b I HE'S WOSTHPICTURE :8
'. me the rest of the title suit whose Tallahassee-The training school is of feeds to choose from raisi ;t u TO eg

I career had been so stormy. "beyond 1 all doubt the most vital and i,I I bigly pigs, and it is his opinion I] f I D AWN IN INK
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j Then he made ready to leave necessary part of the equipment of a that feeding is the biggest: consideration k. I 'v ABOUT "' To -4 "
I "Stay a moment," I urged, motioning college for teachers" according to farmers! have to give the success- I HIGH "THE
I to him to sit beside me. I views expressed by an official inter- '|I ful raising of hogs. Discussing this 4 WINNINGOAAWINGoS

: I "No thanks," he replied; "I promised ested in the training of teachers in'''subject, Professor Scott says: \AJIU. BE PUBLISHED

I : your father I'd look after you in Florida. The training school is designated II "Supply your pigs with plenty of IN OVER I.TOO PAPERS

I his absence, and keeping you awake by various names-some good feed. Feed for young growing 1 ..;
I at four o'clock/ In the morning is not calling it the laboratory school, oth- I pigs must be concentrated. / JAN. 155n4.fCLOSES.
exactly-salubriously," he ended."I ers the experimental school, practice ( T"
| I I "For pigs weaned when from i iI i MARCH I O s FOR
don't give a rap about that" I school, or demonstration school./ The eight to ten weeks old, the following II I BOYSoie/ YEARS .
flared up at him; "there are a few I same meaning given to each designation -1 I feed should prove satisfactory for WRITE NAME AND

things you'vo got to tell me," I demanded i however, it is said-a rpK'u.1 I rapid gains: skimmed 1 milk, crushedcorn ADDRESS ON BACK.\

"Don't you dare go to bed larly organized 1 public school owned and shorts, equal parts by ,e r SEND Tb'9 CONtE1i. !
until I've finished." And standing/ upI and controlled by the institution for I; weight. Add to this 5 to 7 pounds of % THIS PAPEU! (

1 fated him. I Ij |I the purpose of giving students an op- fish meal to each 100 pounds of corn
j "What did you do with Ted Billing portunity to master the technique of and shorts. Add to this all of the'
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I 1 teal'hinunder! normal conditions. green material the pigs will eat. As ------ ._
j, I "Oh, he's your first consideration," j I At the Florida State College for they become older, shelled corn or -
; he answered, and his voice was cyni Women the demonstration school ear corn can be substituted for the

j cal "I recall your having defended functions clear up through the high crushed corn, and l cowpeas, peanuts, CARTOON RVIEW OF 1924
I him already earlier in the evening school grades, and the young women j ground velvet beans for the skim milk
'He's not such a bud sort-ho means Iolnout/ from that institution as and shorts.

well," you said, and now I see you're teachers all have an opportunity to i I "Of course, pigs should be fed all/ tqot
I still anxious about him" He threw practice in tho training school Tho tho green forage they will eat at all/ Y
out his hands in weakness of this school is iFLpRYE
a hopeless gesture. greatest: times. For this purpose nothing i- !I I
"No, no," I cried "you're wrong. I declared to bo the lack of a modern''' better and more suited to R5

hate Ted Killings! He's just a plain building so all of its activities can I conditions than rape, oats and Florid"1. CP 60tA0 n (

old skunk and anyway," I continued, he unified under one roof. At present I "After feeding cleanliness is absolutely ; ;
y
"I used to thing he was an inoffensive the kindergarten! and high school are essential. Cleanliness mvnn-< rt J Ip ,

booze-hound, but now I know he in one building:, the grammar gradesin I good health for pigs. This applies to 1
hasn't. any honor." I I another, and 1 the primary gradesin the places in which the pigs are kept' v I II
I I Hung myself/ on the divan and a still another. |I -pens, shelters and pastures-and ROUND THE WOR1 o
ffood of tears burst from me. I I More than 200 prospective teachers to, the manner in which they are fed. AND DAWN To'buSIt1 r
II Curtiss Wright came swiftly to are now practicing at the F. S. C, W. See that they get plenty of shade, 1 10 TN1; r FEIGNS ACROSS I

, my sido and knelt on the floor, talking in its present training school, but it and also plenty of sunshine. Providean i4GES Or U.S.NtstoR.y ,
I to me, softly as If ho were heartbroken is stated that they can not get the abundance of clean water. b cJA

at the sight of a woman cry- practical advantages they could 1 have I I' "A hog is NO better than its sur- uA TES CaoLIDCS I
I inl!'. in modernly equipped training (
a roundings. The farmer who compels ," QUHR > l.6GTEDr"
f "Don't do that Sallie school. -- -
little girl, his pigs to live in filth will produce (
I ho murmured; "it's all right," and It is not unlikely that the next session runty, scrubby hogs." -:: r =- L\o( \:) I350.nADCA5ttn6 I-

.his hand caressed l my shoulder. of the legislature will be askedto = i'i ; ; I

f, "Hut you think I'm horrible!" I provide adequate facilities for THE CAMPFIKE GIRLS '_ :.:=r. ';: __ '/ -..- N T so I''
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: j "I think that you are wasting your tho best advantages of a modern The next generation is assured of :::.. -J ---- .- .. .
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1! time with a bunch of idlers," he re- demonstration school, it is said. at least having a number of women 1.0 .
i j who will be able to cook_ n wi.ll-hul- GREAT STRIDES'

I ; ;, need meal, wash dishes and dn IN... RADio AND RADIO,
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turn at the washboard-und 1 'I pHo'ioaRAPl4>' qia It FI

away from the delicatessen shop-ncI
I cording to an announcement made by I

\ Cushman Offset Motors the Camp Fire Girls. These girls have YAti UWARES

won 575,000: homecraft honors during U P Lw
i the year ended! December 15.
| They have cooked and .served at least ;

!, two Sunday dinners while their mothers
For i have rested; they have cared for TEAPOT BoVUt

a baby at least an average of one OIL9GANDA+-- I IJAtl

hour a (tiny for a month and they J &ATEI WEI o,, ( I,
base made four kinds of biscuits. I ) E""U1 ,
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| The Kiispvl; of I,
IntertypesLinotypes health, which, ac- TII.-
cordin,, to the Camp Girls'. rules, G1K, S"y PUGILISTICCHAMP' :
| <",luilcs sleeping out of doors or in-I J I-f
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wide-open windows for two COII pp ti M
and tine months, between October and / Q I I

April uiilu.ivL was practiced by I LL- WAVL, 9T, 31pv SIT ;_ I
Linographs I ('nail tin (Girls who won 4H8.3I4! GtTS
l ATIIRIU.
health honors Any Camp Fire Girl I '
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winning: such an honor can sew a gar 1

1 The last word in unit. menttrun a hut take a dozen photographs I
.i power. Compact Quickly I' and develop and print thc-m. t"t 1j

installed of i More than 9+,000 girls excel in ,
Simple
: operation. I tainpI OuK6MAH k\n OLb MAHSTRIKE
craft
t. They are able to build an open -
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fire in the wind and rain with in i- Gt MT Iv EASY

I t' One cf those motors has just been added to the Bradford ; terml! found nut of doors, or help ALKLAQoR
i build a pi"i'in.incut outdoor commumJ -
t County Telegraph equipment. J lirepldce., They have proved their ,

ululit ty In lutual demonstration. The I
11H11I1'r!' of citizenship. honors
distributed PAVfl
Writ for Detail ut+gtT (NEC-qNp
i UUM L'OD.OOO.: These are awur.i-. IXT11E UAV.
,I' d! fit t i c immunity' ",'n'ice. Camp tire CHARITY EDUCATIONH ? ( c'
't.itU; l u IM. have been able tu save 10 to

CUSHMAN ELECTRIC CO. I percent of their allowance or who

have earned money for ten weeks E QU9Ur +

I Concord, N. H. successively number 135,000.;; rIrLpA G.c) av CA t
( The number of honors won by the ,r ,. ce eI ras

j girls during 1U21: is 86,610 more than'' HAPPY : tlv'cS

1,- LLET,' PH I.[the previous year, a total of l,!>8tt- I tl S.rtPr p i ELECTED Go'#.

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News of Florida in Short Paragraphs

prum* f-.... .* ,wwe..aueennaw.< m.ax.wn.rrn.wn..m.. MMm. A J? I MEN\' TO GET UP AT NIGHT



,i Live State News i I The gland that-muses getting up .. . . ..- -.- 1>) 1 1 1i

1.-..._. ._mill mi ...i- __.................. .__...iJ There was a silence, nUll then Tom- FLORIDA WEEKLY IN- ,
is a notorious trouble maker. It is IH'STIUAL! REVIEW i

Told by Our Exchanges.Miami I''[ estimated that 05 out of every 100 . e e e . : As"i '
I 40 and under thatage I
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have prostate trouble which
The if unchecked, often leads top. serious Trust Company to occupy new $5t-
Approximately $17,000- I Tumpa- average dully output 000 home January 10,
000 worth of building construction n of cigars here during 1924) amounted operation.! The prostate surrounds'the

was authorized for Miami during:, to more this a million and a quarter, '' neck of the bladder like u washer JUI'kMonvllle--JnckHol1v\1l11\ Traction! i

I'.llM.! Tins is exclusive of construction I according to statistics made! public. Naturally when the bladder becomes Company makes. application for permission

in the various suburbs of the Although the year's output will not inhumed by poisons which the kidneys to inaugurate motor bus: i
Mlllotic City. I reach the number manufactured last filter out of the blood, the irritation service.

year J29.714,408: had been made during ''spreads to the prostate. As the gland ,
Da'tonaPost (commanders post the first eleven months. During swells it closes the neck of the bladder 1'homasvillo.-ThoIl1Rs .
adjutants and the executive commit County Tobacco SAY "BAYER ASPIRIN"and INSIST !
a similar period lust year the mun- making urination difficult and Warehouse Company flies
tee of the Department of Florida of her was 402,020,040. Uncle Sam collected painful and ,causing pains in the back, for charter application

, the American Legion will hold a $3ttlG18.27;!! as revenue during head and legs. tittle;:S .tall xv; ilk- "H.iu'r Cn. >v:s' on t.1I'kbIIU. < > arc
meeting here January I\\). Several I
the last eleven months. An easy way to treat these annoying
j Bradenton-$1,500,000 I bond Issue
I subjects have been given places on and dangerous conditions is to for fond and! bridge construction in I not KOllniji thi: ni'iuiine: B.I} L'r Aspirin pro\L\l\ s.it'c

the program for discussion. Tallahassee The percentage of take one or two reflex pills after various sections of county to be voted In millions: .III.! I'It';-ribl.f; : [In physici.ui 21 years. for

liruclcnton The county commissioners Florida's school funds derived from each meal. The cenex formula has upon January 14.lacksunvilleNew.
state sources is growing smaller and been" victorious in thousands of such
have postponed the $1,500- Colds I Hc'.ul.iclu'Toothidie i .
smaller with each In HIM-HI) Gone business building Neuralgia Lumbago
000 bond election, originally called year. vanes. authority says it also has
for January 14, until February 23. I about 23 per cent of school funds>!! u valuable tonic elTcct. Anybody to be erected on East Forsyth Kiln Neuritis RheumatismSap'

The bonds would provide funds> for a tame from the state, as compared wishing! to prove the value of the street.Florida's.

county wide road improvement pro' I with 51 1-2 per cent today. This is disclosed formula can get u full-size twodollar .-. Acct' l only I'ackage
in the biennial report of the treatment of the pills. under a cotton crop estimated at Iyer
gram. state's educational superintendent, money-buck guarantee by sending the :!".OOO bales. which contains proven directions.

Winter Haven--January 23-31 has I which will be placed before the next attached coupon to the address given Unruly, "Hny-r" boxes of t 12: tablet
Dude t'it>'-Work started on construction Also IM'turn of 24 and ( .
been fixed as the date for holding legislature for consideration in dealing therein. If you prefer you can pay IIIODruggists.A
of 8-family apartment ">plrln U tli.. tratlo' mart of H, jr"r Manufactur uf Muowcnlraeidatrr. uf Balte/ltcacUl. .
Polk county's orange festival and with measures relating to Flor- the postman two dollars and postageon house. c

plans for the event now are going ida's school system. delivery, instead of sending the

forward. People of the county are co- money with your order. In any case Lake Worth-Dank of Lake Worth ilt.MIAM; : I camp has u medical dexpensary and .........
operating to make the festival this Miami One of the first steps to if you report within ten days that changes name to First Hunk & Trust 1 hospital with n doctor and! nurse inconstant

winter the best yet held. be taken by Henry li. Chase, whenhe you are not entirely satisfied the Company of Lake Worth; capital! Graham Jan. \U--Jessie Ogden, of attendance Fatalities, however

assumes the office of sheriff of purchase price will be refunded at stock increased to $50,000.Sebring100acre I'ompano spent a few days here the I have been almost nil, but one
Miami The Diamond Steamship Dade county on January 6, it is an- once, This is throughly
upon request. a past week with his parents.Mr. death resulting from an accident
Company is planning to inaugurate nounced, will be the assignment of a reliable need not tract to bo developed I
company so you and Mrs T. D. Dyal, of Zilf, during the 17 months the work hits>
during this month a non-stop three- special squad of men to look after hesitate about ordering the renex if us high-class residental sub been in .
progress.Terms
here with his
spent Monday parents.
day steamship service between Miami the apprehension of confidence men need it. division. )
and New York, it is learned here.A and, other undesirables that may be you I Messrs. J. 1. and i I. L. Ogden, Truman of the contract call for the

representative of the company has sojourning in the county. He also -- Leesburg-30 homes to be built ut Dyul and Clyde 1'rescott left I completion of the project not later
GUARANTEE COUPON Tuesday morning for I'ompuno. than July l'J-7.'\): The of the
been here arranging for docking plans to add a motorcycle squad to average! cost of $5,000 each. opening ft
his Gentleman : Send ma a reaular-atia. Mr. und Mrs. Jno. McKenney and tunnel to railroad trallic will start
apace. force to answer emergency,: calls R.mex treatment, as iiuaranUNMj. Un Okvcchobee-Work started on installation family have been visiting relatives at the development of a vast tract of
and to take care of speeders. .it*! you rind I.J. tmcliMvii I. I will pay"
St. 1920 of new waterworks system New River Kirgin in northwestern Colorado
Petersburg-The conven- U. and poKlaK on delivery: but you are territory -
tionof the Associated AdvertisingClubs Miami to nifuntl the purchase price> at once, upon John Abernathy left Wednesday u region heretofore not reach-
t Municipal improvements rcuuot. If I roport within lOUaya that St. ulustine--Contrads let for
of the World will be sought by already outlined for this city early I am not ...I lf..d. rebuilding electric line to St. Augus- for Jacksonville. 'led by railroad lines. In this territory

St. Petersburg. William. Freeman, next year call for expenditures total- Name ..n..n___...___.___.......__._ tine beach. Messrs. \V. T. und Hilly llcKenneyIIpl1t lie vast foul deposits, oil shale bed, \

president of the local advertisingclub ing 3000000. Plans approved by the Adilreai. .______...___...._._n".u n__ Friday at Ncwberry. 'land oil Hells UK yet untapped except "-.

stated before a meeting at which I city commissioners involve two new __...______u______n.__......__.____nn OCIIIII-Cornt'riltone' laid for new LeRoy Wudm Manning! spent for' one or two isolated wells that
plans to bring the national conven- sanitary sewer districts representinga $100UOO high school building. the week-end hero with his parents. i I have come in for flows estimated at

tion were discussed.BradentonTruck. cost of 100000. In addition to these Fill- out--.- ,j--mall tot--The---Krnrx- -i;.. Miss Ethel; Dyul) of Tompuno, was several thousand barrels a day.

are dock extensions and other developments U.pt. also( ".n... City, Mo. St. I'etresburg Pinellan County visiting her grandparents here this

crops are grow- for which bond issue of $!,- n__._____nnUun.___.nu Power Company dedicates new super week liEIBI.\\\: TlllltD IN 1'UllII.tSI'1 -
, ing nicely and lettuce is now moving .600,000 I. will be submitted to the vot- ___'_.'n'.Un__'.._..U.n..n.01' .___ power plant. Itev. Windhani, Methodist! ministerof I (' ; OF A M Kit K'AN:. (iOODSI ;(
the carload I
to market in lots, it is
within the Waldo preached an interestingsermon
ers next two months and
I reported by Ed L. Ayers, county I sewer, sidewalks and paving improve- Avon l'ark-Rel<y transfer con- herd Sunday afternoon.Mr. I 'I rails (ireut llrilain and Canada.

t II demonstration agent. Something like mente in a like amount not requiredto to both of these factors. Still tinues active und l lIrB.! Will MiKenner were Took 9 IVr Cent II. H. KnportsLast ; .
;
200 acres have been planted to let- > be voted on by the people. another part represents funds falsely visitors to Wuldo and Hampton Fri 'lIr.
l tuce in the county. It is in good condition classed as 'saving! in order to St. Petersburg-Plans under way day. I ,
and of good quality. I! 1"Ol'IIT--\\1J: for construction of 1,000,000 municipal New York Jan I Germany now
f "IIE ; : \DIED gain the advantage of low reserve re- Mr. and Mrs. George Youngblood,
1 West Palm Beach! Building per- N011LY'I'llIS; SOLDIER quirements. The newspaper believes pier. of near Waldo, attended church here follows! only Great llritnin and Canada

HOME FHOM' THE; WARS that the desire and ability, working OrlandoNew lire station Sunday afternoon in the l purchase of American
mits issued in West Palm Beach during -, opened. '
t 1021 totaled together have done much for the people (;i. C. ('ml), of Ocuee, wan visiting goods, Herman A. !Mel: president of
$5,111,780, against
"He have the hoard of. trade, for. (icrmunAniericnn -
$2,296,713 in 1923. In Palm Beach must been of the stern in this respect. Either condition IJrnilenton Motor Ferry serviceto relatives here Sunday

t the total foi last year was $3,2t7,9V5.: \ I stuff of which those staunch men would have been useless without the be inaugurated between this and McH.Hrw. Forest Reynolds and Duffy commerce, Hind today in
were made who first cut out path of surrounding reviewing commercial progress between
Heal estate transfers recordedin a other. towns und St. Peters- Abernathy, of Daytona are here
, were steel and crosstie through the wilder- burg. t the! United State und Germany
the clerk's office in 1924 representing The huge figures shown representing ; for a few days' VISit with relatives.
estimated of I ness. Possibly the danger thrilled deposits in savings banks presentnew Slice Kxtellc: Wumlin, of Waldo, since the war."Thu .
turnover
$100-
an him unwisely, shot him through with problems to the bankers and it Jacksonville New public market wile visiting MISH Ruby Dynl\ thin lout year, marked by the adoption -

, 000,000. I burning, unheeding desire to face it, is a time when they are put to their building to be eructed week. of the \DHWOH) plan und a consequent -

f St. l'etersburlC-DurllllC 1124 this brave the unknown. So the body of u best endeavors to manage the financial Tarpon Springs-Library moved O. W. Dyul) wan u visitor to Hump-' confidence In German; industrial
city had a building record of almost lad II), raw yes but courageous affairs of so many customers., It into ton .Saturday. rehabilitation, also witnessed a

$10,000,000; bunk deposits showed a I certainly, was dug out of the ruins ofa is a period where the solidity and new building. Sheriff Kppersoii;/ und Deputy llnis- renewal of world', I inteiest. III (;ior'-

gain of more than HOUO,000, the Seaboard Railway engine yesterday 'soundness of a concern is preferableto Dade City-Tentative plans underway don of Slurke, were visitors here inuny's economic welfare Mr. Met

combined deposits at the end being morning in the Plant City yards. offers of high interest. The American to revive .short-staple cotton Industry Friday.Mr. sillol."U'I'I1II1I1Y.

I more than $24,000,000; laid more than I| "It was his first trip. He chose that banker must observe unusual find Mrs. E I '1'. Stewart undI'aul lust year took nine percent

83 miles of paving, bringing city's[ hazardous calling, and ho died horribly caution in investment That the savings ', of Ijrooker went visitors here of. our total exports although we

total to 10!) miles; issued bonds fort too, because his was the post of must be put to work to earn the l\1iul1ll--l\Iiami Daily News tower Sunday afternoon only bought half as, much in return.

public improvements of more than danger. This morning those who interest paid by the bunkers recognized ni'arinn '.11' .1'1 Mr. and Mi\ :*. Jainex Graves and Cotton' copper and wheat were the

2000000. I I knew him mourn his loss, sigh for such large amounts withdrawnfrom Jacksonville-10-acre tract in vicinity family of Duytonu, spent the holidays tomniodities most desired although
the punning of this venturer a soldier industry would seriously interfere here with relatives. now markets are gruduully being
Gainesville Leading officials of home from the wars."The of Phoenix Park and Forty-. established in Germany for American
I with the country's business. The fourth E. J. Murrhue was u business visitor -
the national organization: of the Or- | train's is from Plant street, to be developed as new .producln."
run City bankers must act wisely and promptly subdlvisinnI .. tu Sturko Wednesduv.UOIlh .
der of DeMolay are expected to at- ,, to Agricola. He accomplished his du- to secure desired results under unusual 1 .- -- --- I I Mr.\ Meturged: tariff reduction ,

tend tit semi-annual Florida confer- '' ties as brakeman successfully on the circumstances. The thrift of the Fort Aleude-Contracts let for pav- ( "I'KOIJItKSSKS: ; ON which he said would permit Germany
ence to be held here January 2 and 3. outgoing trip. lIe lived to come bark people has brought greater responsibilities ing streets. KAII.KOAD T'Nl'tt'I.'; : IN: to actualize the trade. balance now

I More than a hundred chapter advisorsand into the yards of his own station, and upon the financiers and they (,'O.MIMMAI.: DIVIDK: heavily in favor of tilt United States.

't other persons interested in the died when a collision with another are proving( their ability and trust- Dunnollon 4r,00-acre/ tract on !ile) culled 1 attention to thu growing
work arc expected to be in Gainesvillefur train wrecked both. It woo several worthiness. Withlucoocheo river to be extensively The Miilfat 1 / tunnel. I. /piercing. the community of commercial interest

the meeting, which will be presided I'I hours before his body could be extri- developed us recreation park and divided continental I divide of the Rocky of the 'two. countries caused by the

over by L. J. Venire of Tampa) Ieated I'I Plentyof good pastures mean the into small farms. Mountains went of Denver and one of entrance of American! capital, Into ,

state master councillor. "James Cason had asked his mate best and cheapest feed for livestock. the world's greatest railroad bores, German industry and suggested the.

I I for the front end position. He did not Have pastures. all the year. Dixie highway Is now open from IH nearly one-third completed and is ,possibility of partnership of German
Jacksonville Three ferry boat, explain why. He thought he should Detroit to Miami Florida' through ten percent ahead of the time schedule technical skill and Aincrlcnn moneyto

I the Duval, Pelican and Dixieland, '' 'like it.' The love of danger hos madeof Toledo, Cincinnati Ohio, Lexington, net by the builders.To develop. the resources. of Kusln.

I will begin operating on a regular many a man what otherwise he Ky., Knoxville und Chattanooga, date the .pioneer, or water, tunnel
schedule under the Florida Ferry would not have been, land has led I Wilson Award | Tenn., Atlanta and Macon, Ga., and has been 'Lured (1I.r.OO l feet from KIGIir! ONlih; MAIN u7>AD
Company. The Florida Ferry Company -j I thence to Tallahassee or Jackson the east portal und f 1i"IJ: ( from the -
many on to great success, and has -"'
is composed of George W. Gibbs,; brought ville, Florida. woNt portal or more than one-third It was apparent at u glance that
(I death to many but it has 1'
the old lady was not un experiencedtraveler. t
president of the Gibbs Gas Engine brought honor < uf the six-mile dUluncp. The main
too. And Ca-
Company, who i is also president of young Ua'tnnu-lJulldinK to bo erectedto heading bun penetratedlames Peak ) .
eon's friends ,
the new firm; J. I). Weed, vice-presi- give him and his Into associate. house chamber of commerce. IH'J10 feet from the east portal and The hotel. clerk' took pains to make
wholesoulcd honor for the
,
dent and W. P. I Robinson secretary' 1,700 feet from the went. The her comfortable. He made, a specialrate
; crosscut -
manly way in which he stood up to Holly Hill-Dig bond issue to bevtlh.d with
guest-chamber
) on a a private
tunnels the
and treasurer. connecting main und
I the job asking the harder, doing his upon for civic improvements water bores at intervals of from 1,300 hath adjoining and sent her I

Key West-\\ ads worth Smith son bit-trying than his to do just a little" more New Smyrna-New business block to 1,500 feet, have reached a total of aloft On the following morning M
of Hayward Smith, engineer employIeel )( bit. And so he died. she wan paying' her bill he said to
--- -- 11 bring erected on Canal street. (520 (,'et.1oa: --------
in the navy years here, wail instantly i 11I'l'OSITS! i IN: SAVINGS .v N K s .... nels in approximately 7i, feet in her:
killed when run over by an J JII'k "nville--Blds to he received. ength. The full size railway tunnel "I trust you hud a good night's)

ice truck here Sunday. The boy, six According to figures obtained by -:1 '//lIlJllr( 21 I for installation of Atlantic hen penetrated/ :a.fJ()! I feet from the rent madam."

year old, was said to have attemptedto the savings bank division of the : I iH'ulcxunl, lighting system. l-iist und fi.'ll: from the western, portal. "Well, no, young man, I can't sayas

jump on the running board of the American Bankers' Association, the ttI I At present the work of enlargingthe I did" hhu answered.
truck and l overbalanced falling beneath saving deposits. in the United States I' siu.irt' -Real estate transfer un- main heading which M i being "What was. wrong?"
(1
the wheels. The rear wheel have increased 148 per cent in the ( u-uall' -,, active. .drilled seven and one-half by nine "Well the room walt nice and the

passed over the boy's head. past twelve years. Data which gars -,i I''tf'rsburl--Ntw York mtert fl'ut. to the full size tunnel which bed was comfortable but I couldn't

totals In thirty-one states only I show erect $1,000,000 combination will be 1.1! by 21 feet is proceeding sleep much because I was afraid
St. Pet..rsburK-Construction workin deposits of more than twenty billion; twice fast the work somebody. else in the. hotel might
rl 1 h.h'r, store and office building. ax OH at the
all parts of this city is being delayed dollars which is twice the amount I front. At this ratio tunnel engineers want to take a bath-and the only

because of a shortage of Unskilled reported in 1U10 and sixty per cent IP: liif sow mill of Rio Lumber I estimate. within year this work will way to get to it was through my

labor combined with congested greater than the figures in 1 1919.I!' This r ".'P""Y starts operation. be abreast of the main heading' room."
freight conditions, according to .. .
Is a sign of prosperity, generally distributed The slowness. of thewestern -- ----- -- -
statements by contractors. R. W. and a matter for -lu.irt t -IOOOI)0)bond issue voted progress on No Worm In a Healthy ChildAll
congratu
Smith one of the contractors states lation. The in f.. .1, < improvements."' ... end IS accounted for by thu chllilrvn trnuhlml with Worm have an anhnaltny -
money savings banksi
I that from 100 to 500 workers r fact that builders have encounteredsoft ... .r. whU'h Imllratni pea kluwl, and a* a
negro i an evidence of earnings above actual I I'nrt I.llud..rdale-"WOOO commu- shale and dirt rather than solid male there U flan* or Ion atomwli dleturb._
could be absorbed by builders. necessities and the lesson. of rock. .ROVE'S( / ; TA81 tUS.'ichI1l1I1111! : Clara wHularlfftiflwonr .
forced j I'' ,l '. building, to be erected. This necessitates timbering thr.. wi..k* will ..okh the blind. ., ....-
( in de- economy, upon an extravagant every foot of the at cost of .
Tampa-High/ spots Tampa's way a prove thediitarknendeo1 a Gom-ral Siranilllt-
velopment record for 1024 were: Six people by the World war has. iT/ more than $100 per linear foot. At acinaTonlr.tntbewhulevytem.' Nature will b.OIhniw
apparently not been forgotten. ( .If.w lapel Inn wiirinn anil .llmUilM will MIn
for Polish the east portal solid. rock found
and a half million dollars spent Purnltur wan i..Tfn t health. Plianant tolann. ale per bmtta.To .
building and construction purposes. "Part "of this increase in savings For nn excellent furniture' polish mil after the first few hundred feet and l

Total estimated for the district $20- deposits. says the New York Journal togptli'-r.. half a quart rrfcU of turpentlii enabled the contractors to speed up Stop u Coujth Quick

000000. Bank clearings for the year of Commerce "ig evidently without ", purnilm, vinegar mid mcnitiyliiteuuplrlt the work materially. take HAYES' HEALING: HONEY a

$195,970.545! ; representing a big increase practical significance. as. it is offset In H pint l"..,IIVllO'n In use That the work through the winter cough meiUcina which stops. tho couuh/ by

over La!' Estimated 3 '.872 hy the rise' in prices which has occur- nuke! H ell and prlnld n little on a months will proceed oven more rapidly healing t y o In llamas,,1 and Irritated tltsues.:
red during the years covered by the 'lOft find w<-ll! nil "n the furniture than 0-PEN-TRATE
tourist here or have been. *ho re since rill during the summer is the A lox] of GROVE'S
1 cold weather set in at the north. Estimated statistics Much of the greater part u .'..tlllb will: "n soft diixlor. prediction of the engineers. Absence SALVE for Chest CuI permanent population 126,500 however, represents. a clear additionto of visitors. through the months when Croup 'U rnclowl! with every bottle Of
saving funds above and beyondthe Farm machinery that is taken care the HA Yf.S' HEALING:; :; HONEY. The salveshould
camps were snowbound and the
price rise and testifies either to uf when not in use and put in good lie rubbed on the chest anil, throatof
,Viscount Cecil of England, now imlmon lessening liklihood of workmen drifting children suffering from a Cold or Croup.
increased. disposition by repairing and painting
an to save or in the United States, last week from their Jobs for
received account this
Hll ln.ids -
of IfureiT HniUn* O'Y
will last twice three times as long. Tb.lI-.lIn" fft
increase in or
666 an general ability to save the first award made by the prediction it was explained .. lh.hnwUohlnrd, wish for heetioe.ereaf
Woodrow Wilson Foundation in the The men (..._'. DPaa'rrate halve through UM pare of
I ar comfortably housed
Colds. Cause Orlp and Influenrs to akin" anon itol/ rough
S .U ...ilpa.a far To Cure a Cold' in On. Day cause of world peace. WlUiatht in camps at each end of the tunnel Ifcxhr I are pw h<"! .In ooa carton .nd tb.
Colds Grippe, Dengue. Head T.te LAXATIVE BPOMO QUININE <( aches. Constipation, Biliousness. Mop the touch fart HMriaclM sod wore oeth.ICold. i and shown above went a check tot the ...... Then U only on "Broroa Quiuta*." : provisions sufficient your druggist fur ILAYLl ,
11 .la tae ..t .p Md; ft."" ,. w. ...... E. W bKOV E: S Mannar' on esch.Ix*. :3Oa. $25,000.' C. W. CKOVC'3; (louum oo boa. Jus. for three months are at hand Each IIihinAUNG HONEY.







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FRIDAY JANUARY 9. 1923.

BRADFORD COUN1T TELEGRAPH., STARKE. FLORIDA -
'L PAGg FOUL! -
f felt will permit of reasonable expenditure
'

regular meeting;;; ; of Bradford 'I II Pine Hill, Jan. 0-Mr. G. F. Johns 25Francehas air service.

I c.i.a.i. Lodge No. 33: F. & A. M., will be spent Sunday here with his family. ....Washington, D. C. Drt.actual servo Whether the expansion will come,

,. held next Monday night at the lodge I 1 I Mrs. II. S. Wilson, of Tampa, was 50,000 aeroplanes in as suggested, through the more extensive -

I eJiJ. rooms. Installation of officers will the guest of Mrs. A. C. Hall one day ice. use of aeroplanes by the
factories i
Japan has seventeen j Post Office department, is not known
take place in addition to regular last week.
business. Members are requested to 1!i Willie Prevatt, of High Springs, working night and day turning out though some of the members of the
I
J. bear this in mind and be present ,,was in our section Sunday. aeroplanes. Admirnlity congress who are strongly in favor
-
-'------ I I II '
-- --- promptly at 8 o'clock. I I I I A. C. Hall and daughter, Lucile and England has an air of a vigorous aeronautic programme

'' l'hn SO and IOU Mrs. G. F. Johns motored to Waldo I and a starling national development believe this would be a wise way to

I LARGEST CROWD SEES: NEW and Hampton Monday afternoon on in aeronautics. Ii meet the situation. They contend

E ; ENTERTAINEDL. : I I I GASKINS-HORSEY WEDDING STATE HEAD SWORN IN business.I America invented the aeroplane 'that' a great air mail service should

:MRS DAVIS IS BRILLIANT EVENTAs I I I Miss Clemmie Hall returned to her but America has no air service worthy be established and bring to the government -

I). C. -Governor Cheered in Address at Tallahassee '''home here Sunday, after a visit with of consideration. |I such income as it might be

L. A. Davis entertained the radiantly beautiful as one of Tuewday. i her sister, Mrs. E. L. Youngblood, These facts have burned themselves reasonable to expect. The balance of

Mrs. Wednesday the matchless white roses that fashioned and other friends and relatives at of President Cool- the cost could properly be charged to.
W. T. Week Chapter, U. D. C., Tallahassee, Flu., Jan. 0-John W. into the mind
, the wedding under which she I''New River. been digesting the cost of peace.
t<; afternoon at her beautiful Martin, son of Marion county by birth, idge. Quietly he has
home on West Madison street. was married, was Miss Frances Hor but of Jacksonville, where he was COMMfsSIONERS :MEETINGThe the growing comment of the press on Here and there complaint is heard

added to the sey on Saturday evening when she be- three times mayor, by adoption, was this subject. Calmly and without any that the development in aeronautics
Choice pink roses of
came the bride of I'crsu Gaskins, he has been analyzing the l is so electrical that as soon as one
of the large living room where sworn in at high noon today as governor board of county commissionersof splash
charm ladies gathered to hold their Jacksonville. The wedding/ was ono I I of Florida for a four-year term. Bradford county, Florida met in l' situation relative, to our national de- type is built it is obsolete. The president -
the South and
; the
!1 i., which was presided over by of interest throughout and There was not the semblance of a I regular session Monday, January 5, :, fense. Now, without any dramatic however, pays no attention to

meeting, Mrs. J. :M. Brownlee in the presence of relatives cloud in the sky, and a"warm Florida 1025, with the following members message he has set out to give such arguments./ He knows that the

r c the president Mrs. S. ,L. Peek discharging her friends from many cities and state, Bun shone down on the throng gathered I'I present: J. M. Brownlee, chairman, 1 America her proper and sensible I scrapping/ of aeroplanes Is as nothingto

a with secretary. ,I the beautiful nuptial ceremony was to witness the ceremony, which Louis H. Hill, S. J. Prescott and II. place in the air. the cost of scrapping battleships
I of
duties as Nevin .
.. Among other business the Chapter performed by"Kev. John was accompanied by loud cheers and | P. Gainey. :I The president is disposed to believe He senses the fact that one daredevil

decided to buy some needed books Kt. Michael's church. music furnished by the Jacksonville I I Minutes of last "eetlnread/ and the aeroplane is destined to supplantthe American with some high explosive

dealing with Southern history and I I The home of the bride's mother, policemen's band. The inaugurationwas approved. I battleship as our first line of de nnd Yankee pluck can sink a battle-

... achievements. The historian, Mrs. J. Mrs John Lewis Horsey in Fornan- witnessed by the largest crowd I Commissioner Gainey, appointed to I fense. He is determined to know' ship with its thousand or eighteen

read a very Interesting dina, was a bower of loveliness resembling ever to attend a similar event here. trvestigate the petition of Hann'ah whether his judgment is correct. lIe I hundred men in the twinkling of an
M. Alvarez, the Vale of Kasmir with its after Governor Mar- '': Birch recommendedthat It is safe to that now the
article entitled, "General Robert E. Immediately for assistance, has put the subject before an expert eye. say
Lee the Christian. I I numerous white roses and other blossoms tin's inaugural address, which required she be placed upon pauper rolland board and ordered a thorough/ investigation -J president has set himself to this mxestigution -
,
During the social period the !gracious that were fragant and rare. but a few minutes for dehv- j be allowed $2.50 per month. Upon and report. While the war it will be pursued to its

hostess served a tempting salad I I The wedding was solemnized at cry, and the firing of the governor's motion and second, above request experts are working out their prob. I logical/ end, regardless of Influence or

consisting of chicken salad, : 7:30, the bride being given in marriage salute, he was escorted to the executive granted. lem the president has sent to the politics.

course saltines, hot chocolate and I by her uncle Col. II. R. Horsey, offices by five members of the re- I The following. bonds presented and I, budget bureau for facts and figures

pickles, I''of New Orleans. I tiring governor's staff and five members approved: W. W. Baisden, Deputy I'covering the small appropriations allotted -:i Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days

J whipped cream. : beauty, the bride of his own stalT. There the offices Sheriff U. R. Reddish Sheriff dc- I DniBClaturi-runJ rnnnrvlf PAZOOINTMENTfslle' !
Chapter members enjoying/ the afternoon Of a staturesque II Deputy to the various government j to cure Itching, liliuu.: Blending or Prntruiilnd
with Mrs. Davis were: Mesdames was never! more beautiful than she were formally turned over to and J. F. Johnson, Deputy Sheriff. partment for aeroplane \purposes I PIlM:: instantly: relieves JlVhluJ Piles: end yuuzeueetruetfulalrepaiWttint

W. L. Wall O. C. White, O, L. was on her wadding night, being attired I him by Cary Augustus/ Hardec, /governor I The death of Rhoda Grins, pauper Peculiarly, while the president is appltiatltiD. we,

Bcasloy, J. M. Mitchell, J. M. Brown- on white Molly O' satin made, on during the last four years, who wale reported, and her name ordered thus pressing his inquiry, Charles F.I|

lee, S. L. Peek J. M. Alvarez, Charles straight und stately lines. A panel of'I will return to his old home at Live stricken from pauper roll. Curry, representative from (''uli-i.

Miss lace made the sole trimming Oak tomorrow. Upon motion and second, the name bill Id-
Dinkins, Gco. A. Anderson and rose point I fornia, has introduced a pros
Amelia Ray.MEETING I for the gown except for the bands of |lof Ervin Griffis placed upon pauper ':log for the creation of a department Let's Go!

-'-- ------ seed pearls that were used as uhoul-i!1 BARNES-EDWINS; : 1'1.'IH8IN roll and ordered paid $5.00;; per month. of aeronautics to be headed by a sec- .

e (METHODIST: der straps. A yoke of the same rare STARK THIS WEEK I Bonds of Bradford County Bank retary of aeronautics who would -- -

f MISSIONARY KOC1KTY 'lace was used to attach the couAtrain The Barnes-Edwins Players, a 'and Bank of Starke as County Depositories have a place in the cabinet! and direct

to the gown and again the exquisite stock of filed and approved. the entire aviation plans of the Old-Time Revival and
presenting some
Monday afternoon the Methodist lace made a Custiliian fan the cleanest company and most (entertaining/!, | There being no further business, the government.! It is not known whether I Gospel of Healing meeting
met with Mrs. C. her soft brown hair. The rose point board adjourned sine die.
of
missionary society this measure comes as a result
plays it has been the good fortune of
K. has been in the Horsey family |I I G. W. ALDERMAN:
L. Peek and Mrs. E. 1'crymon. lace the local theatre to book, Is in Starke I conversations with the president or
and committees for for fifty and has adorned three j Clerk and Auditor.
Tho officers years this week and has pleased every indirectly at his suggestion, or Raymond T. Ilicliey
this year are as follows: beautiful brides. I night. This closed its tent I' whether the provisions are the! sole
company Cth 1925 the
Tuesday, January ,
__ President, Mrs. W. E. Middleton.1st I The bride might have searched far season in Alabama a few weeks creation of Mr. Curry, but there is
I ago board elect to-wit: Louis II. Hill, J.
vice president, Mrs. A. Wood. and wide and not selected a more reason to believe the president and
and are now playing through Florida every PartyJacksonville
M. Brownlee, J. L. Underhill, G. W.
2nd vice pres., Mrs. J. II. Hitch. 'stunning guluxy of young women for in the theatres presenting the same Hinson looks with favor on tho move.
and S. V. Andrews for the ensuing -
Recording sec., Mrs. J. W. White. her attendants. Every type of Southern Unless the political dragon showsits
]
I plays at they did under canvas. The
< two years, met at the court
Corresponding/ sec., Mrs. C. L. Feck. beauty was represented, her two plays presented each night have been head such a measure stands a Fla.
bouse at Starke, Bradford county, ,
Treasurer, Mrs E. K. Ferryman. own lovely sutlers being among them. good and with the specialties between stronchanl.'e/ of adoption. Certainlyit
Florida at ten o'clock and
a. m., organized -
'' Leader of Study Circle and Publicity Mrs. Robert B. Tilley of Gainesville, acts make up a program of the highest as a board of county commis- will lead to a greater unificationof (Billy Sunday Tabernacle)

chairman, Miss Amelia Ray I served as matron of honor, and Mrs. order. (Isioners the air service. The presidentseems
J. M. Brownlee
by electing
,
Social service chairman, Mrs. L. A. Earl: F. Huntley, of Cincinnati, was I determined
no longer to
The theatre has book 'chairman of said board the per
I management for term
!Javis. 1'also a matron attendant to the bride. I ''of mit the service to remain as the unfortunate Jan. 4th to Feb. 5th
ed several companies of merit for the two years. The chairman then an-
Parsonage committee, Mrs. A. Miss Nan Carnegie, of Boston, and j
vermiform appendix of ,
Jvinter months that with the nounced that the board
Mrs. feeling was ready to
and '
>Wood, Mrs. O. I. Haynes Cumberland Island, was the maid of' other
our governmental bodies.to be
improved roads leading to Starke the proceed with the business
properly for the
R. F. Clark. honor, and Mrs. Shaw Sprague/ (Lucy I cut out when ver a financial pain is Special prayer
would be sufficient to presented..

Finance committee, Mrs. A. Z. Ad Carnegie) of Boston, was the other patronage war- felt. 1 I
sick and afflicted
Davis and Mrs A. W. Thodosla'I' rant booking its: some of the best com- I The board in connection with the
kins, Mrs. L. A. matron attendant. Miss The
naval policy of the
panies on the road. Starke can haveas school board proceed to elect County govern-
Anderson. Kelly, of Fernandina, and Miss Inez | i' I ment seems fairly well defined. The
I good road shows here town Attorney. A. S. Crews and E. M.
Membership committee, Mrs. E. K. '!rooks, of Gainesville, were the as any Jtr. 33:3: P..lm. 103:3: J.m.i 5:14-15
navy will be kept up to the full treaty I
Perryman and. Miss Amelia Ray bridesmaids.The of its size in the state, but patronage Johns were applicants, and ballots

Voice Agent, Mrs.: II. M. Snyder. groom was attended by Jac- at present does not encourage the 10cal were secretly taken and a tie vote I strength but no more. This it is

Superintendent of supplies, Miss quclin L'Engle, of Jacksonville. theatre to bring companies here was declared. A second vote was then -
at a heavy expense. i taken and E. M. Johns was elected I
.Olive Ray.C. Following the wedding a brilliant I has County Attorney for the board of
We
OF C. HOLD FIRST MEETING reception was given at the Keystone MILLER I county commissioners and the boardof vic can charge ur
Hotel and later in the evening the H-R'-
OF TilE YEAR \Miller, Jan. !)-Misses Jeanette public instruction for the term of 8
4
bride donned her traveling costume, and Fannie Brown left for Starke two years at a salary of $75.00()() per 1 LllSmith's In

.' The Ruby Davis Chapter, Children which was an ensemble suit of pen Sunday where they will attend school. I year One half to be paid by the board Storage Battery I

of the Confederacy, held their first ny brown bcngaline, the coat being I Sirs C. G. Barkadale was a visitorto I 1 lof county commissioners and one !

meeting of tho year Saturday after of the same shade, Kolinsky trim Gainesville half by the board of public instruc-
Mrs. O. U Beas- med. Her hat was an imported modelof Saturday. I'I ,
noon at the home of tion.
Mrs. Beas- I penny brown, being at the same I I Mrs. Virginia Liddon left Sunday I I I : StFYaky
ley, on N. Walnut street, I for her home after spending the Dr. W E. Middleton, applicant for Garage

Icy and Mrs J. M. Brownlee, hos time becoming and very smart I holidays here with relatives. I(I County Physician presented and ,
Mr. and Mlrs. Gaskins have gone to I
tesses. unamiously elected such
G. W. Harrison attended services at a salary I
Twenty children were present at Cuba on their wedding trip and will 'I here Sunday. of $50.00;; a year for two years. I
and after a return to Jacksonville on February 1,1 I
this interesting meeting, Dr of Lake Butler Salaries of county officers as fixedin
King, was a
business session the hostesses served and for the present will reside in the the budget approved. -
professional visitor here Sunday.
i
ambrosia and pound cake, the favors Montague apartments on Montague 'I The board
proceeded to select 305:
Miss Carrie Belle Brown of Lake
,
being Christmas tree boxes filled with JournalDccember terrace in Riverside.:31. -Jacksonville Butler, spent Sunday with her pa names from the registration booksof J. R. DAVIS I & CO.

salted peanuts. rents here. said county from the several elec-
Tho olllcers for the year 1925 areas ---- I tion districts and furnished list of I
FAIR l'IWf.IU'SS MADE ONHAUmiNMAXVILLE Mr. and Mrs. N. II. Stokes and Mrs.
follows: names to the clerk of said board
as
: IUAD S. V. Stokes were visitors to Gainesville INSURANCEAGENCY
|
President, Eliae Jones. Saturday. | required by law. Said names to be

Vice persldunt, Virginia; Weeks. Mr. and \Mrs. Irving Waters were written upon slips of paperand to be

Secretary, Mary Cunova. Only fair progress was reported on visitors to Worthington Saturday. deposited in a box by the sheriff and

Treasurer, Harriet Ritch. the Baldwm-Maxille road during the \Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Peeplej nttendicd clerk and from said box the names of ESTABLISHED 1886
hazel Middleton. i IIIat week, on account of scarcity of I
Historian, jurors to be drawn as prescribed by
'I the funeral of Mr.\ John Penholsterat
Director, Mrs. George C. White. labor during the holidays. With
Olustee Sunday afternoon, law.The STARKE FLA.
The February meeting will be held weather conditions remaining good it B E. Brown business clerk of this board was Instructed ,
was attending to
at the home of Col. and !Mrs. A. Z. is expected that the last of the con in Lake Butler Monday. |, to purchase a typewriter for the

Adkins, with Hazel Adkins as hostess. I There crete will remains be laid still by considerable January workto 15th. J. R. McLeod, of Jacksonville, spent iatunty" judge's office. "

: Sunday with his family here. I Upon motion and second, thetoheritl' .
the shoulders
be done in shaping up -- --
IMPOUTANT1JoJo'rJ: ="'U OK CLUB und slopes and completing the Mr. Malphurs, of Brooker, was was authorized to employ an I
here on business one day last week. attorney for each liquor ease until .
Wednesday afternoon at 3:00o'clock drainage ditches. Crews are followingthe I the first Monday in February, 102:;. i

January 14, the regular meeting concrete laying doing this work Til EKES SAThcresaa I There being no further business. J

of the Woman's Club will be held. und is going forward rapidly. '' board adjourned to meet in regular/ ;' Ji
.: The legislation committee, with Mrs. I|I The name plates were placed on Jan: 9:=Mr. S. R. Swindle' session on first Monday in February. Lflect a b i
the bridge at the drainage canal atllaldwm was in Hampton attending to business I
R. A. Weeks as chairman, will havechare G. W. ALDERMAN ,
last week. afternoon.Mrs. .
of the program and have secured I Saturday Clerk and Auditor ,.
: James Moorer has
Dr. L. M. Bristol, of the Uni.t' :NEW COUNTY: OFFICIALSIN returned to I lia
her home Valdosta after pleasant ces
it
versity of Florida, as principal CHARGE I :
y visit with her mother and, family.
Dr Bristol is prominent
speaker. n
.\ W. M. Brown in Hampton' \
authority on social I legislation and it County Judge Only Change: in Personnel ( was '
transacting business after- rENT-A-\VORn
U urged that a largo number of the at Courthouse. | Saturday .
noon. I
club women be present to enjoy this I I'
eminent speaker.Mrs. Tuesday the county affairs were J Services were held at Hope church
4"tbir
: J. W McCollum,' of Gainesville taken in charge/ by tho officials chosen Sunday afternoon at three thirty by

,:'. \ will also bv present at the at the June primary.. The only change I I l'v. lievis. I I

meeting :Mm. McCollum needs no introduction made in the officials at the courthouse I R. M.\ Hersey and Samuel Wood- --, -- --1_
was the county, judge, Geo. A. ard returned to Palatka Sunday aftoinoon WANTED SweetKalc'h. Plltllt" I Roy
well to the club with women her, who during became Gardiner succeeding R. A. Green, after a pleasant visit with :: t', i iV.NTEDFnrmer .\ shipment of Electrical ,\pplianccs for the home

acquainted who wits elected to congress to succeed their families. and office! u is delayed and did not reach us until the

her work as president of the FloridaFederation lion. Frank Clark. I :Mrs[ Samuel Woodard of Ilamp- I' \ to move on my ('hri':tml;l 'en..un. ) was pist.Ve; are offering these at
of Woman's Clubs. ,
farm 114! miles
All Starke club women are asked to I Three l'hanottnok/ place in the ton nnd children were visiting Mr".1 Will half: south of Starke. K'eatlx' reduced prices during the next few days.
crop or \ to suit
any way
c. attend this interesting meeting and I personnel of the board of county cornmtssiuners J(' R. M. !Hersey-- _Sunday afternoon.- I applicant. J. W. Alvarez. It* The moM! modern way of getting breakfast and the

a large number of out of town guests Messrs. J. L. Underhill MUM AY i iMidway --------------1 most attractive and quickest wayii i is to use electrical

,.J- .' are also expected.The / G.V.. Hinson and S. V. Andrews be'l j Jan. 9-Mr. and Mrs. elec'l| appliances. The idle electric sockets in your home carry -
ing the now members, while L. H. Hill\ trio
lights and
hostesses for the afternoonare / other conveniences.
and J. M. Brownlee Chancy spent Sunday afternoon with power and heat, which at a twist or push from your
: Mesdames J. C. Hoover, chairman were re-elected. Mr: and Mrs.. Taylor. I Apply to G. M. Sistrunk, Starke. finger tips, and comfort. t
mean
ease !
The board organized Tuesday by', I' '
*
*
, N. 1) Hull, P. E. Johns, G. !M.I I Mr. N. A. Connor visited Lake I
C. F Hoover D. t:. electing :Mr. Urownlee chairman. j
Inman Knight,
I Butler ELECTRIC
Saturday. : :
FOR SALE EQUIPMENT MODERNIZES
On the school board G. M. Inman -Pair of good farm

4 and Humphrey.MRS. ---. -- and J. A. Wasdin took their place with Mr. Dons Cole visited Mr. J. C.IDenison I mules.' Will sell either separate or. YOen HOME: AND ELIMINATES: THE ...

: MULLEN ENTERTAINS: L.V.. Kickliter, who was reelectedto I Miss Ouida Sunday.Thomas visited \Miss I pair. J. M. Brownie, Starke. l-9-2t\ | DRUDGERY I
-
another term. :Mr. Kickliter
was
I'illl.ATIIKIV CLASS -
Nishie Lou (Benison Sunday. LOST Eastern Star pin between
elected chairman of the board at its II
organization. Mr J. C. Denison and 1\1rs. Belle my place and Call street. Finder return HEATERS GRILLS )
The Philathca Class of the Baptist Thomas and Miss Mairine Taylor to John L'glow. % U*

Bible school was entertained at the UU\'S \HKET PROPERTY visited Lake Butler. I I Icorn..r WAFFLE IRONS !
.home of their h"h'hl'rIrs.! J. J. Cullen Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Denison of Midway FOR RENT-Cement block h-* e' PERCOLATORSObtain
Tuesday afternoon. After the \Messrs. Hemingway und McMillan I| of the highway and, Ninth I
on j
spent the last of the week
devotional And rO','uIRl' business> was have purch:isod the two lots on Ninth:| :Mr nnd :Mrs J W. Lewis', of Brook-at I Street. $1500: per month by the I II| one piece this week and start a new era of com- j I

conducted this being\ the first regular street on which th. market now operated ,er. | month Enquire of ,C .\. Fut h. It* fort in our home.

meeting of the plans for the by Mr. Hemingway is I located.
year ( Mr. A. J. Crawford is visiting in FOR SALE I
t -Grape vines
rooted
enlarging of the class work were They are making \! St. ; .
Petersburg at his sister', Mrs | one and two
discussed. Refreshments wore served,I tions to the market xtl'II"alt"1 Edenfteld. year old Improved DeWitt C. Jones
Italian Concord.
I 1-year old, $1.50
and after a pleasant social time the ing an extension on Mr. John Crawford and Mr. J. 0.I' a dozen $10
hundred
meeting adjourned to meet on the building between the market and Denison per ; 2-year
were shopping In Lake But-I
I old $2 a dozen, $20 hundred.
in February Bennett' is per HARDWAREII
first Tuesday Grocery being torn down. ler Monday. Dom
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F1RDAY, JANUARY 9, 1923. BRADFORD COUNTT TELEGRAPH STARKR FLORIDA PACK FITM 1

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L!! IF YOU HAVE t.t+t+r.t+1'+J.t+df3..+ND..D J !'+0 8 D J t+9..Nt...D..M. l+OMikD+...s..iti?+SM9.

M.LrhhltwakkH..daoh.Co.thr.Bowrk !I .\ I- 1
Dumb. Ago. Sour Stoauch. t
.... Bwlehintft roar food do.. not
Bits of LocalIiiiormation imilato. you k...o *. appoUto.vJuti's 40t
0 i STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OFt 40t


Pills I ,, .
.
< wflJ raa ly UWM trooblM_ _i>._. '
u 5I
Concerning Our People, Satinets and !Men's Slippers 100. BANK OF STARKE : I

Progres of the County and Town. Ladies' Shoes $1.00.
Ladies Slippers $1.00 t ;

'II 'I I Children's Children's Slippers Slippers $1.00$1.00 i At the close of business on December 31 st, 1924 I

Mrs. H. II. Snyder spent Friday in See Stump.
Jacksonville.Miss their home in Tampa, accompaniedby .
Miss Kate -
Livingston Mrs Jack Murden, of Jacksonville! .
.
spent the week-end, with her parents,
Eva Williams of Hampton,, '
Take lessons of flirting from "Lulu" Mr. and :Mrs. J. :M. Alvarez.
was o visitor to Starke last Saturday
in the Hoodoo.Mr. i \Ve feel a pride in calling public attention to the following sworn statement i

Mrs. R. J. Davis went to Jacksonville -
Go to Stump's shoe sale.G. and Mrs. Russell and daughter, Monday to visit her mother, : showing the condition of this bank at the close of the year 1924: :t'

Gladys, of Ocala, spent! the week- Mrs. Ida W. Tatum. I
A. Anderson, of Lawtey, was a end here, Miss Gladys being the !
visitor to Starke Tuesday.R. guest of Miss Lucile Job'ts.
I Mrs. D. E: Knight and eons Holll: i Resources Liabilities
and Paul, returned Saturday from a i
i
A. Weeks, of Brooker, was attending You can count on quality in meats of South .'Iorida.Vhile
tour: away
to business matters in Starke at the Highway :Market.Mr. Mrs. Knight spent several days with Loans and l iscount $111,637:3'1: Capital !Stock" :& liOOO.OO:

Tuesday. I her sister, Mrs. Charles Larsen, of
: ; Overdraft 209.56 Surplus and undivided Profits 10,223.17
and Mrs. E. M. Davis and little Lakeland.L. I
Messrs. J. W. Andrews Jr. N...
and daughter, Jean spent Sunday in United States: Bonds 11jO.OO: ; Inditidual deposits subject! to -
Sternberg were visitors to Jackson-
Archts-with Mrs. Davis' parents, Mr., A. Mead, of Gainesville has
ville Tuesday. and Mrs. Anderson. charge of tho Variety meat market, S Municipal Bonds 16,000.00 check 130,927.37flanking t

Come and see the "Hoodoo" Friday lie is an experienced meat cutter and ." House( : Furniture and Suing'. )Deposits 72, 116.21 tl'ietures 1
i ill serving large number of customers -
evening January 16th. Look for J. :\Alvarez's adv. a .
on (Page 8 of this issue. A sale in Starke. I. 'J;=6.1.19: Time ('t'ftllicah' U.IJ: : .
of ,len's and Boys' Clothing: at I
Rev. L. B. Simpson, of Crcsent 10 per cent oft. Mrs. Anna Murrhee has returned Tux Certificates 716.72 Cashin ('hecks!' outstanding 72.86; !
City, motored to Starke and spent home from a month's visit with- hersons ,
Tuesday and Wednesday with friends. 1 Other neal state 2.020.11 ('erlificd Checks 86.00
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Domoreat have W. G. Murrhoe, of Plant City, : ;

Mrs. Annie B. Barrett, of Jacksonville returned homo( after spending the and T. N. !Murrhef. of Oarco. While w Cash on hand and due from Hank!' 76,5)7.)7!) : Other liahiUtit I IOI.U; : : '"
holidays with her parents, in Americus away she also visited in St. Augus-
spent Thursday with her mother Ga. tine. 4 +

Mrs. M. E. Edwards. Total $$23t.026.; Total $2U.021.8: :) +
L.'tST WEEK OF BARGAINS
J. M. AIvart/s sale of All "hoes, in our Mock at cry Toothbrush Ht +
Clothing I -Uuy a :5c() :MIKIC; M.
is a sale with genuine reduc- great reductions Stump I iintl .secure FliEE( : 50c tube of + +

tions. No faked values. I I :Maniac Tooth Paste. Regular i The bank has had good year.Ve have added new !
I Miss Pauline Boyd has returned to :Sl.UUalue'; 'for :50c.; Corptnms'sDrug II many ,

Miss Beatrice Bullen hat returnedto her home in H&rtlecville S. C., after Store. I ledger. Our stockholders :
a visit at the home of her uncle, L. C. names to our deposit were paid a ; ,
Norman Park, Ga., where she is l I ,

attending school. I I'owell. : night J. W.from Morgan a business returned trip through Monday fine dividend and we have passed a substantial sum to our un- t


spent! Miss Friday Jeanette with Durden her sister, of Mrs.Tampa O., Men's Ladies'Slippers Shoes $1.00.$1.00. South Gary Florida.Ennis.lie was accompaniedby i divided profits account. We start the new year with the f.s


1,. Beasley. Ladies Children's: Slippers Shoes$1.00$1.00 CHORUS PRACTICE ; pleasing prospect of it being the best year in our history. We i i ti


Go to Stump's shoe sale. Children's: Shoes $1.00 All those taking part in the chorus thank and all.Bank
See one .
Stump
practice, under the direction of !Mrs.I you
Don't forget the story telling hourat i A. E. Wall, will please note time and I

the Woman's Club, 3 o'clock, every J. E. Maines, of Tulane University, 'place: Club house, 4:30: o'clock each
Saturday afternoon. I New Orleans, was the guest of Hol- I Thursday afternoon. .

lis Knight Friday leaving Saturday I It is greatly desired that all mem- i it it

The Hoodoo 3 act farce for the morning to continue his medical 'bers be on hand promptly as there
benefit of the Woman's Club. studies will be only a few more practices! be-

fore the concert is put on. Mn. D. E.

Smoked country sausage that W. M. Wainwright and George C. Knight, chairman of music for Wo- of Starke i

pleases everyone, at Highway Market White were in Tallahassee the first rtian's Club.HIGHWAY. '

phone 23. !lot the week to attend the inauguration 11
!MARKETIN
of Governor Martin. !

Rev. W. E. Dunkle, of Jacksonville, NEW QUARTERSThe The Bank of Helpful Service t

was a week-end guest of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Griffin, of Highway Market, W. M. Ed- t. t

hire L. A. Davis. Jacksonville, have been visiting at ward, owner, has moved to Its new ,
I the home of Mr. and Mrs. 0, J. Grif location two doors north of the old :t E. S. MATTHEWS, Pres. R. J. DAVIS Cashier t

Miss May Jones, of Stuart, is the 1 fin. i stand, occupying the new Holllngs- ,

guest of her sister, Mrs. W. E. Mid- : worth store building. Mr. Edwards Ii . _ _ f
dleton. See Dodo the Dazzling/ Daisy who has fitted the building in the most ap- ..i.'i.f.!"' J.-... ...,... ."'+___b+DhD.t'+3'.3+i.T+!.3''1.i.l+'f"+P+f.3..+.J+f.i.-t.f...
does as she pleases Friday night. proved manner for handling both .
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Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Kendrick, Mrs. meats and a_small_ line of groceries
of the church there ha been seven-
Mrs. S. E. Brownlee returned Sun-
Floyd Ritch, of Gastonia, N. C., andS.
=
PICKS SEVEN
E. Ritch motored to St. Augustine : day from Palatka, where she spent BERRIES QUARTSOF TUESDAY teen accessions to Its membership. I
Sunday and spent the day the past two weeks with her daughter I Sunday, morning January 17th, Dr.
I Mrs. A. V. Tucker, will preach a New Year sermon -
Long. I 'J. M. Brownlee reports the picking ,
"Signs of the Times, that will
William of Detroit Mich. has of of fine strawberries
Fripp, seven quarts
returned home after a visit with his I All shoes in our stock at very I Tuesday on his farm a short distance I I be profitable UH well ax instructive in getting to ,
who is interested
sister, Mrs. L. G. Powell. great reductions, Stump. from Starke, with indications now of the anyone best out of life here and hereafter. G
I the yield coming in sullicient quantities -
i 1
Did your neighbors tell you Judge R. A. Green returned Wed- to begin shipping by the 20th of II Everyone who cares to learn aomu- I II
he' I thing of the things that are of special I
from Tallahassee, here ,
about the fine bargains in shoes nesday January Mr. Itrownlee halt seven I
', interest to all who have hopes of a
? attended the inauguration of Florida'snew acres uf plants in fine condition and
at ,
they are getting Stump's
future life .are cordially invited to at-
I governor I promising a heavy yield. tend this service. MICHHIJIN
The W. C. T. U. will meet next '
I Mrs. Stanley C. Carncll, of Or- CIIAMI1ER OK COMMERCE( Sunday school at 10 a. m. Preaching
Tuesday afternoon at three o'clock at
the club house. I mond, is expected, to arrive here HOLDS ENTHUSIASTIC= MEETINGThe = at 1 11 a. m. Christian Endeavor, at Comfort"" Cord

I Monday to visit her parents, Mr. and Bradford chamber of 7 p. m. and< preaching at 7:30: !() p. m. I
county
The church wu built for service
Mr. and Mrs. C. Pruitt, of Feman- Mrs. F. A. Scott. I commerce held an enthusiastic. meet I will be welcomed I
and cordially
dina, were guests Sunday of Mr. anl'l' ing last Friday night at tho city at any you of Ita services. You can now get
Mrs. 0. L. Beasley. Did your neighbors tell you clerk's office, and among the reports
about the fine bargains in shoes I of committees was that of the publicity IJAPTIST CHURCH BULLETIN I
balloon tires for
Get a pair of shoes for one they are getting at Stump's? committee, advising the body

dollar at Stump's I that 16,000 additional. pieces of ad- The regular services of the church
I J. F. Kickliter and family returned vertising matter was ready for dis will be held on Sunday. Bible school I present car
your
Claude Fender, of Jacksonville, was home Monday evening from a mo- tribution. meets at 0:15: a. m., I'rof.yigglns..
a recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. P. S. tor trip to Stuart, Sanford and other The body laid plans for activitiesfor Superintendent Young and old lOre ':.
McMillan.Mrs. South Florida places of interest. I the new year, all tending for the urged to not forget the hundred percent without changing

I I development of Bradford county. The classes for next Sunday. I' .
F. J. Kelly will return home Fresh cheese, and creamery butterat sales of property in the county to Divine worship at 11:00, when the nms.

tomorrow after a visit with her son, Highway Market,.. ? newcomers is i increasing every day, pastor will have for his subject, ,
Wiley Kelly, of New River. and the spirit of optimism, always at- "Hitter Waters Made Sweet. Thin I-
I I Misses Mona and Blanche Alderman tendant upon each meeting (of tho social act on the part of Ellshu in

Col. D. E. Knight attended a meet- Iris Epperson, Isabel Fernandez I chamber of commerce, is spreading/ healing the hurtful waters of Jerichois Ire np.henatl.e, e...."?..l t eh/<'Impm.rni.nl.I.l4 iwurJy" tavingt, o' I
ing of the Circuit Bar Association in and Madge Middleton returned throughout the county. I full of helpful lessons, and all aro I I Irequl'Hted h...1,01'ot dbtlfuM.. In .*.. and car I
Gainesville Thursday.Mrs. Monday to Tallahassee to( resume lHSIIOlr to read the story, as found f,till-iJuji.it.*fwji iK.FM.*V Ml*H UAtomfdrt

I I their studies in the Woman's College. BUILDING in 2 Kings and the lUth Chapter. ., .. Curd offrot'*. If.,It fwic.*
=NEARI.NU COMPLETION= I t t a*ovtiJtuir ami ln/# Max Wimberly, of Jackson I Senior, Intermediate and Junior D'I any"hull lh.f>*..mr.amiahit MU...
I Mrs. Marcus F. Brown, who has I *ih. ..._i>*it..
ville, spent Sunday with her parents, f The new concrete store building I Y. P. U. meets at 0:30: p. m. ,
Mr. and :Mrs. A. II. Green. spent the past two weeks with her being erected on Walnut street by young people and children are invited I
I parent, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Mat Quigley, & Davis, contractors for H. I to join one of these Unions and shorn

; See Aunt Paradise calling for helpIn thews returned Saturday to her A. Birhop is i now being made ready the .lipnefltn they offer. Evening wor- .

the "Hoodoo" Friday night. I I home in Tampa. I for the roof and the concrete floor is i ship at 7.10.: A sties of sermons on Smith's GarageStarke
being poured. The building; will be "Friend of God" will begin on Sun-

Miss Etta Tison, L. C. Powell and Mrs. Teppy. \Anna M. Kelley strictly modern, in structure and a I day evening. To these services the Fla.

little grandson, Billy Powell, spent and son, Emmett Kelley, are spending valuable addition to( the business sec public .ill welcome. II I ,
Wednesday in Jacksnvllle.( I the week at Kingsley Lake at''tion[ of Walnut street. ------ i
1 the Kelley Cottage. I Dunnellon 4I!>00-acro tract on 1 .4
I I PUESHYIKRIAN= Withlacoochce' river to he extensively
Col and Mrs. J. L. Frazee went to I
afternoon fora Edward Hodges, who is a memberof developed ax recreation park and divided --
Jacksonville Tuesday The members of this church are
S. left Thursday for into small farms.
U. Navy
short visit. I( the week with falling a little deeper in love with I -----
I Virginia after spending a their minister, Rev. II. A. Tucker, D. LIBERTY BO.Ml= OWNERS GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLYINMAN
II
mother, Mrs. Meada (Hodges.
Green groceries at the Highway his D., with each passing moment; he is HAVE UNTIL: JUNK: : }
Market. Phone 28. :I I a highly cultured Christian gentleman To roMVEKT: HOLDINGS( & RITCH
__ I :Mr,. Mamie Gajris has returned
weeks in I has travelled extensively, hasa KEl'KESKNT THE: REST LEADING
two
after spending
\ :Marry Canova has returned home with her mother, Mrs. broad education and i" a wonderful Washington -- Secretary Mellon INSIWANCK: : FIltE.
from a visit with friends in Camp- Jacksonville exponent of the teachings of the served notice December :30 that the ACCIDENT: LIFE;, AUTO.MOIMLE,

vile Green. I scriptures. I privilege, of converting First Liberty IJONDS, LIABILITYADJUSTMENTS
will If the attendance continued. to increase loan convertible bonds of t TJ23-I7: : and
*Get a pair of shoes for one What i is Friday the Hoodoo night January? You 16th.i as rapidly in the next threee Second Liberty loan bond "f 11)27-42\ MADE PROMPTLYlaw
find out.
dollar at Stump's ,i -- months at it has in the past three an I into four and one half p'-r rent Liberty -
I S. It. O. sign will And a prominent bonds will he withdrawn next June
Mr. and :Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mr. Mrs. Anna M. Kelley, Emmett Kel- position at the entrance. 30. After that date, holders of the
I requiring that date for with lrawal
C. R. Alvarez and childrenand ( failed to take advantage uf it. This
to ley, Mr*
and Mrs. O. J. Griffin were visitors Since Dr. Tucker, has had charge original issues affected by the order of the privilege must ho determined
Mm. Teppy all of Jacksonville, amount! undoubtedly! will be materially -
Gainesville last Sunday. will hue to be content with the lower
spent Friday with Mrs. T. P. Wall. SEED PEANUTSN. I I' rate of interest curried by those, MIX months before the pnvileicexplro. riiliiiucl" 1 in .advance 01 tne closing

G. W. Baisden, of Jacksonville, was Pea- bonds and will be unable to exchange Seed
Florida Runner
visiting relatives here first of the Prof. and Mrs. S. S. Dowling and C. or I(I them for security bearing four and Despite the fact that the conver- they urged that all holders examine
Nettie, returned last mita '1.00 per bushel (Four cents
little daughter sion privilege ha. been available since
week. with pound) f. o. b. Lowell Fla. one half per cent. their securities to make sure tha'.
week from a visit In Tallahassee Mr. and Airs.i .I I per n. T. HALL COMPANY. I I The treasury's announcement was May 9, 1918, the holders of more than .none of those available for conri" ,

Mr. and MM G. C. Livingston and W.Mrs.S.Dowling's Stroman.parents II Il I: I- -t!. Lowell, Fla. In compliance with provisions of the 133,000,000 of these securities have ,ion have escaped their notice.

I daughter, Margaret\ have returned to I .

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA I
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fJ 1 r'HaIrs Catarrh Medicine Saturday for Melrose where they will the home of his daughter Mrs G. W.

FARMERS 'I I I tlon Tho"'ho will noti'B" Jim that in (a ninrrh"run-down"bothers ron them FARMING i
and : moth more than when they art In vnmi Henry Hudson, of Clay Hill, was a Quite a few quarts of strawberriesare
health This fart mutes that while business visitor here Wednesday. being picked now and if old man
Catarrh Is a 'lo> d I I Infl'ienrmt by ro-xtinnlm' '.il onrtltlonn freeze stays away we will be in the
FARMERS AN1 TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE Combined lfll/ ('ATAIal11FIIIP1'eel' t In a Harry Wimberly, of Highland was strawberry business before we know &w
I Trmtrmnt. i l.i '11! local and Internal visitor here
a Monday.
i ARTICLES OF FARM EXPERIENCES: AND METHODS FOUND end him h< "n sti''cesuful In the : it.
treatment of Pntarrh for over forty
i i" TO BE BEST SLUED TO OUR COUNTY; Bold by all\ drtiKirista. years. George F. Young left Sunday for Shep Sapp came home from Jack-
, ... F..1 Cheney 4 Co... Toledo Ohio.EXTRACTS .
---- -- Baltimore, Aid.\ on a business trip.
\' sonville and spent Sunday with his
I i. He will be gone about ten days. family.

CALL ON THE OLD MILCH: COW ''products consumed within its boun- . . And now-comes the prophetthat
I dariee ?!" Specmlists of the Florida I. Rev. K. D. Bevis filled his regular ZIFF reckons she knows, and
( By Spuds Johnson) College of Agriculture have FROM COUNTY appointment at the Lawtey Baptist gives u* her jedgement pro-
answered
"One farmer with 11 dairy cattlti:! that quv.ition. I IHe AGENTS' REPORTS church Sunday morning and evening. Zit!, Jan. 0-Mr. RUBS, of Brooker, round-that wimmen Is due to

in Crisp county in thu past two years I I.i I. S e. e e a ai I was here one day on business. j I wear masculine cloze, from
who would Sheriff W. of their fore-top clean down
declare J.
that Florida Epperson, Starke to the
! has gathered in fifteen hundred dollars j I Hamilton Many tobacco planti R. P. Lewis was in Starke on business
i is ground "The day is fast
already a great poultry state is j j'slightly visited relatives in town Sunday. cornin' -
I from his cream chucks, has made |' incorrect. He i buds have been prepared for seed this Friday. ," this angel asserts "when

I I his crops} besides und hUll borrowed Florida is about to become means that week. I Mrs Fortune Moulin, of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Denson and the sexes unite in the artan'they'll

I only fifteen dollars during the time. a great I spent Sunday here with her sons, Warren Perrymond and J. M., wear the same trousers,
poultry state. She nun Lucle-B-;;
If all that cream cash hud come to every advantage St. 01 our potato mother, Mrs M. Padgett. spent the week-end here with their socks, weskitg an' shirts-till
him for such, and there is no real acreage-to amount begosh they can't tell us apart!I"
I at one time) he might have felt] to over 3,000 parents. I
like dairying does bring in the cash. reason why this should not be about acres-has been planted. All citrus T. J. Terry and Edward Durban Hurbert Crosby was in our section In view of the prospects, I've

i Well it does bring in the cash-und the greatest poultry state in America. I packing houses are busy; quality of 1 were visitors to Plant City Friday Sunday afternoon little inclined to i say-though I'm halfway -

' at tho very time when it )is needed Many who believed in Florida advantages fruit is very good. Large shipments | und Saturday I Mr. and Mrs. I. W Dyal spent the .. !wnvn luiKs..to approve, 1Inu '
.1' im uccuBtomea
every week." and who had faith in the of ntrlnry.. hnnnu___ Kf.lnir mflflaHillsburough ____. i week-end hero with Mrs. Oval and to hnvln' their
n it's
That prospects of making a good living in :::::::;..m I Charlie Sapp, ;of; : Jacksonville was. folks. to way, as easy
statement appeared in the wait as to move. I reckon
Cordelu (Go.) Dispatch the other day. the pursuit of this industry have I Up to Christmas I transacting !business_here Saturday. I Livingston Russ, of Brooker, was the chnngo will come on by degrees -

And don't you think it is worth studying gone into the business only to fail, ''day 30,010 quarts of strawberries had Commissioner L. II. Hill met with in our section one day. last week. like most of our needed

? Somehow I never did relish get- some tricks disastrously.in the trade.There Those seems tricks to are be I been shipped from here this season. I the county board Monday and Tuesday i Little Ruby Shaw spent the week know r"foMl1s-tlll, they'll, the climb fust ladders thing an'we

ting down under an old cow und pulling ,here with her grandparents, Mr. and
nothing more nor less than the Marion Our farmers ordered trees, an' their duds will stay
application -
cooperatively -
for milk, but you just gut to ad- !Mrs J. B. Thomas. down when It storms. An'then
mit that's a blamed good way to get of certain principles and practices :' 203 tons of fertilizers j{ A. A. Stokes of Lake Geneva, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. Thomas attend- -the exchanges twixt hus-

jt, and in getting it you get money. which of course vary according this week, to pay cash for same upon relatives here Thursday. fcd church at New Hope Sunday band an' wife, might lead to en

Money i I" like rain. A whole lot can to varying circumstances. I j 1 I receipt; more will be ordered next 1 I Mr. J. W. Lewis and J. O. Denison joyments Intense,-I can see 'em

be strung out over a whole year and Everybody; cannot raise chickens or spring./ This makes the fifth order Dave Durban came home from and son, Perrymond were shopping/ a-havin' the time of their life

look like nothing. A lot of rain at ducks or turkeys but many more can 1(lof this kind in last 18 months; it Jacksonville and spent Sunday with in Brooker Saturday. I as rivals in jumpin the fencef!

one time soon runs off and in runningoff raise them successfully than are doing 'I means saving of from 92 to $10 a his parents, !Mr. and Mrs David Durban --- --

makes u lot of waste. A lot of so at present. It only requires a :1'I, ton-in some cases even more-to NO: SUCH THING:

all at is and] knowledge of the "game" and the the farmers as otherwise much The teacher her 1
money once soon spent I I Mr. and Mrs. Otis Norton, of Jacksonville was trying to give
correct application of that would' be bought on credit. I
often we don't use much good sense knowledge were visitors at the home of pupils an illustration of the word
I I But how is one to get that knowledge "'
In spending under such conditions. "perseverance.
l\Ianlitee-We are busy with fairs; Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Stokes.
So I'm thinking like that Cordele is asked. By making use of wo have a county fair and send exhibits I I "What ia it," she asked "that carries -

paper. We farmers here in Florida his or her county or home demonstration to South Florida Fair and I Fonso Grilfis, Paul Moore and Cecil a mtn along rough roads and

ought to keep a few more milk cows agent, attending farmers' meetIngs New York exhibit all in Fcberuary. Whitehead spent from Friday to Sun. I smooth roads, up hills and down hills

those of us who can figure a way of: and schools reading the bulletins Celery crop over county is in good day camping at Kingsley lake. through jungles and swamps and rag-
selling the milk or cream. Let's turn published by the United States ing torrents ?"
loose some of those things which Department of Agriculture and the of condition; will begin moving by first I'I Fred Boyer, of Baldwin, was the : There was a silence, and then Tommy -
Florida College of Agriculture and year. ( guest Saturday of Mr. and Mrs L. II. whose Wash windows the
t bring returns only once or twice A ''Hill.j father was an auto dealer your easy waywith
year. Cotton and tobacco often bring i studying the practices and methods Orange-Fruit from trees that were I spoke up."Please. a piece of chamois skin 15 to

good money and I am not in favor of j I of successful neighbors. dusted and sprayed is colored beauti- j I V. R. Reddish and A. M. Blanchard Miss," he said "there ain't 18 inches square, wrung out of warm

turning away from them altogether DISINFECT fully and is showing excellent quality. spent from Friday to Monday at no such car."-From Everybody's water. Dry with the same chamois
But let's mix in something that will CUCUMBER: SEED One crop of seedlings which was Plant City. Magazine for August. i wrung from clean water

keep knocking on the door every day. AND PREVENT DISEASESNow double dusted at six-day intervals -

1 I've been looking around a little I ran 75 per cent bright from all causes I John Mann of Glen St. Mary is I
here of late and I find that in the the losses is the time to prevent much of and over 80 per cent bright from spending a few days here this week. "COULD BETTER FERTILIZER BE MADE WE WOULD HAKE IT"
which to ,
the
I most stable and rock-sure communities come cucumber rust mites. This grove will be sprayed I Get Jaunary price list Mixed Fertilizers-"SIMON PURE and GEM
A stitch
I grower. right now will J. J. McLeod
." the farmers keep a few cows do' this winter for first time in eight and George F. Young BRANDS"-now ready. QUALITY first. Fiar Prices-Prompt Shipment.
; save more than nine later on. A little were business visitors
to Glen
I i their own milking und sell the cream | time and effort in disinfecting seed years. St. Not the Cheapest but the BEST for results. Also Insecticides, Sprayers
Mary Wednesday.
: They raise most of their own feed Dusters and Dusts.E. .
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I' having excellent of Bermuda 'before I planting will mean a big sa v- Duval]-We have sent out letters tall o I
: pastures ,' ling/ next spring and summer. leading dairymen and poultrymen Mr. Sheffield, of North Carolina,
0. Painter Fertilizer Co.
velvet beans
oats and lespedeza, etc. Jacksonville Fla
They say the cows almost pay for; | A number of diseases-angular asking expressions from those who I spent n few days here last week at
leaf spot being u most serious one- desire suggestions or help in dairying --- -
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over poultry raising from our
turn to the soil. Then practically all 1
, the cream or milk checks are clear[ ono year to another on the seed. The newly appointed assistants in these

i profits. Mach j! bacteria themselves which cause to the the seed disease and stick at- important lines. of agriculture.. ---- "- G t L I A F3 1'1 0 T O R w. A Correct Answer to

I thing There; farmers can be no who question live where about they this' when there conditions When the ore seed are Planted-I "'LOIlO.STlt.W UERRIES R A I i L ft i e'' t P E. R S O F T Cross Word Puzzle

can dispose of their milk or cream 1 growth of these bacteria With New York buyers paying II' :owit h is printed the correct ,

, should, own several "good milk cows growing/ and the old trouble- of the $2.r per quart for strawberries on E N D 11,1 l) : l7 C 1 C B A L arrangement of words in the cross .
that ia, assuming that they will produce the platform at the point of shipment I j A word p-iz-.le printed in this newsr -

1 most of their own feed. Certainly again.previous year will be experienced last week: we can imagine how hungry c T HBO L Y U P R A 'paper la.t wee.

they must grow plenty of Itoodi' 1 wealthy New Yorkers were for con- !Die' you try to s-lve 1 lit If so,

! pasturage/ for every day in the year. 'I I The is preventive usually recommended centrated sunshine just at a time D E L T'' A e P A R I S S i vou no doubt saved I your, copy ti .
corrosive I check with
sublimate. this correct
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__ Prepare a when and sleet up arrangement
snow had dropped like '"
....\IOI .lt SHOULD CHECK UP I solution by mixing I part of the poison a blanket over the city. C F I F I S" S N 013 which id this we week.told you would bo
public'
to IQUO) of
,,, ON HIS l'IWl'lm1'VI. parts water. Soak the There is, too in this for !
price paid If worked this puzzle correctly
seed in it for about ten minutes. strawberries, a confirmation of the ) t G I G U I'1.y y E I t/ I C T C :)you you may feel complimented
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"The the thoroughly rinse If
inventory is most important in running -
statement that people will have luxuries n< :3l. Tedric, C. French, who designed -
record to be kept on any farm water or several changes of fresh when they have the price. And OI T H 1A P Sti N H I f= : It, gave you several very

I. and every farmer should make one ,,, water. Then plant immediately or as most New Yorkers are not In r. tricky words. to be worked out.

each year, preferably at the season |I soon as the seed nave dried. Drying of the price. In fact the possession whole I ) N T 'i N O G O L D Perhaps you now want to ar
of slackest work and on the sum o may be hastened by mixing the seed t's range a puzzle of your own for

date. each year," says J. E. Tuning I with well-dried sand) if this is necessary. country that enjoying creates a a degree demand of for prosperity luxuries I T d' R O P E N T 10 E A others! to work out? If so, go

I ton, professor of farm management right ahead, and when finished send
This : even at fancy prices. Ordlnari-I P R L A M ABATE R your' sketch to this' newspaper and
of
the Florida College of Agriculture, I treatment according/ to specialists ly, strawberries are more we will print it.
in answer to what he thinks of the uf the Florida Experiment Florida I
ury. growers get luxury prices
farm inventory. Station, .fines not injure the seed, but
for essential foods.-Orlando
"Indeed, it is very Important." ho practically insures their freedom te Star. RCJor-//
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says. Every business man, if a good from disease-producing germs, pro. / This is the second of the Telegraph

I, ono, does this, and it cannot be denied d vided directions arc followed in treat PLANT CITY\ KERRY CROITOTALS 'crossword puzzles. It was sent to this. 1 e n r

that.n_.. t.Kmtntl._nO n..n >,.u _n ._ _._nl. _Kllnlnna__"' 0" .'" ,ing.PUT. 11.680: ( JUAIMS TO DATE paper by !Miss Lillian Greenfield! and, Q
Before a farmer attempts to put; --- -- contains many intriguing synonyms'
into practice this suggestion ho' I.IUIIAJlIlilmv: : IN Plant City, Jan. 2-More than $1<1,-, and antonyms. It is our suggestion

., should have some knowledge of the'I :SllPE WHENORK IS SLACK (:)UO(] ) has gone into the pockets of that our readers cut out the question t

method or principles involved. Unless I'lant City growers during the past ''and save it, after it has been solved, t} U V Uy J"I

his lists are complete and the 'i Winter should not be an idle time three clays, us a result of the berry until the answer has been published l r w ra J

values] assigned correct, his inventorywill on any farm. Among the many thingsto movement, according to shipment In our next issue we will print the / I Ir

be of little value. be done is the overhauling/ repnir- figures for the period. The berry answer to this puzzle and a new puz rL J aallfl K ,

"In the first place the farmer i ling und painting/ the machinery movement for Dec. :30-31 and Jan. 1 zle. I 78 9 to

should secure a small permanent notebook used on the farm. The present priceof I totaled I5.G80! quarts, the price for In starting to solve the puzzle I at as w sa

and] rule it so that he will be able all farming tools emphasizes the the period ranging from 37 down to printed here it is suggested that the" i i ?

to write in the individual articles and necessity of /giving them the 'test. !.I 25 cents per quart, with Thursday's better way of doing it is to work "all 1 ) s iy o +1I

their values for the first and. lust of care possible. I average running 2S cents, Wednes around" that is, do not attempt tget )I'',
'" the year. I Look your implements] over and day's :30 cents and Tuesday's 31 cents. all the vertical words and let the,

"Ho should first list his farm and make necessary repairs. Then when I Friday's morning prices ranged horizontal words take care of them.1

dwellings (real estate), then all livestock all the rush of work begins in spring from 25 to 30 cents with a morning selves, anti da not work the horizon.1 I 3" eo a 1st e5v

determining value of each; ''IIn,1 machinery will be in readiness liverage around 28 cents and an increase tal words to the exclusion of the vertical .1I

next a list of all machinery taking If in better condition. I I anticipated for the afternoon ones. Work them both together,,, .1i I a r
I no Implement shed
into consideration the age and number for is available sales. The days shipments are run- you will find it easier and just as
of years that each machine will the proper housing of farm implements ning heavy the recent rains and comparative much fun. i

be service. This will necessitate.. getting the thorough painting of it is let-down in shipments
recommended! by John M. Scott of the Thursday because of the holiday com- HORIZONTAL: i
everything home
once a year, or 61 drink
Florida a
at leant knowing where it be Experiment Station. bining to boost the volume. 2 an automobile corps in Persia
may I i 66 a technical in the British
"Paint, Professor Scott | man 41
found. says, "will -"-- 6 fight a storm

"In determining the valuation I preserve the wood and prevent the LAWTEYLawtey 12 part of "to be" Navy 46 a hawk
proper i metal ports from rusting. Two kinds 11 167 to possess 48 weight ( Abbr.)
for livestock the younger animals I Jan. U-Mrs. W. F. God- true :) stint
j tat paint will be needed 49
: one for the 15 man's a religious man
will be increasing in value, while the metal parts I win was a visitor to Jacksonville a name s 71 dull
older und! the other for the lit therefore 50 an evil spirit
ones will be decreasing. Machinery Friday.
wooden purls. The cost of the / 73 a youngster 53
valuations are determined by paint 17 one of a species of mammals a messenger
the number of year the: machine will of will be returned in" the increased life Lane :McLeod, of Melrose, visitedin ID Doctor of Divinity (Abby) 174 speck to / 54 free from moisture ,
the employ
be of service, allowing; a sufllclent machinery. LawtlYVcdnesday.. j 121 Pennsylvania (Abbr.) 76 end of month nU) North East (Abbr.)

amount each year for wear-and-tear, I!'! l92S: t'\IOI-\\1): I HOMECALENDAR :Mis. Ethel Gunter and 122 I soft VERTICAL 60!! Southern State (Abbr.)
(children 23:t manner |IOy reverence
nr depreciation j I DISTRIBUTED:: and Miss Hazel Futch returned to 1 tract of land ((1'1) 64 to perform
"At the 25 offer
end of
I 12 months it will be
8 before
I: their homes in Wauchula, afterspendinJ.t / 6:
necessary to go over and redeterminethe A farm and hume calendar has just 27 get up 4 color concusloJ67 \
been published and two weeks here with their 28 tortoise a a single unit v
values of the material and toadd distributed to a
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new building or livestock or nearly ten thousand farmers and parent, Mr. and_Mrs G. L. Kutch. I j J30 I (self) 5 7 father onward 68 before

mnchinery bought or built during the farm women..of Florida. It ia the Mr. und Mrs. G. W. Roberts motored 131 giver 8 a utensil used for 69 a direction (Abbr.)
third of its kind! issued by the 32 to post washing floors 70 a preposition
The
year. inventory at the end of the agri- to Gainesville Sunday afternoon. 0 a of
year will serve as the first inventory II i cultural extension division of the I 34 mouth of a bird 10 cry a sheep 71 a verb I

I for the succeeding year. I Florida College of Agriculture. Mr. Griffin, depot agent for the S. 35 !Mister (Avbr.) 11 an exclamation 72 a prepositionThis

"In addition to the inventory it will i' In this calendar will bo found pertinent .\. U, at Starke, and family were 37 a chain used for fastening a 13 a cloth used for wiping tho hands

(I t be necessary to take the rash on hand pointers as to things to do on visitors to Lawtey Sunday afternoon. j wheel to prevent from turning I IB passable principal is taken from the first copy of
' along with all accounts that are due. the farm and in the home each monthof 33 back the Rocky Mountain Cyclone:

: : This together" with the increase in the year. This Information is boiled town Walter Butler, of Maxville was. in I'13' !) street (Abbr.) / 20 13 indication pair "We begin the publication ov the

:.' inventory, will give the farm income down to the finest degree, and i III Tuesday. .41 sea bird of the Alca family fasten Roccy Mountain Cyclone with some
after the definite and important. The E. S. 43 and !122 phew diphiculties. The type phounder
outstanding/ expenses for I suggestions Matthews, of Starke, was a (fr) 21 a hawk
young
the year have been paid" are by specialist in various business visitor here Tuesday. I 145 Theodore Roosevelt (Abbr.) '2s exist phrom whom we bought our outphit
phases of farm and home work. phor this printing ophice phaled to
: I 46 a playing card
LOOK Lsl'F.N:: AND: s r"L"j; \ Twelve l pictures representing different I C. C. Godwin, of Chipley was theIuc..t 47 a large bird 27 23 to execute supply us with any "ephs" or "cays"

TO) SUCCEED; : MIVH. POULTRYIte phases of farm, home and school] of Mrs. W. F. Godwin several 49 past participle of feed I' 29 a similar loud cry and it will be phour or phive days

I life are used to illustrate the twelve daa last week. I 51 a musical instrument l' bephore we can get any. The mistaque
who would !get ahead or succeedin .31 expensive
i pages.The / was not phound until
52 a day or two
the poultry business in Florida is I Edward Edwards, of haughty i 33 past tense of light
: calendar] is distinctly of and for Jacksonville 63 ago. We don't lique the loox of this
advised to look around hear what he Florida.: The 1925 was a visitor here Thursday.R. nationality 84 wager I variety of
issue
numbers 10- I spelling any better than
I 55 a small bird
f about I 33;
raising
f, can poultry and maka 000. A small number engine!
our readers
have but
. been reserved M. 06 sick mistaques will hap
a close study of the business. Tracey, of Orlando was 36 rustic (1'1))
to take in
The question has been asked, "If I care of special reI I transacting business in town the 57 unsuccessful 39 to shelter pen the best regulater phamilies.
; quests. Iph th
IT' this is I first part of the week. I 53 yes 40 the ph'es c'es, x'es and q'es hold
a great poultry state, why l is I longest part of
a piece of out shall
we
s;: it that it does not raise all the poultry SUBSCRIBE TO THE TELEGRAPH 59 Novia Scotia (Abbr.) wood ceep (hard cI) the
S Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McLeod l ft' 63'< no good (Abbr.. 42 soldier Cyclone whirling aphter a phaalon
a
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boiled there ,-. of eoorso, io aoad NEW Sl- .\nO\IU1 CROSSSTATEROAD : I ways make sample large enough to I Why not take stock once a year of I

I to fear typhoid.: TO OPEN TO TIU.ICAvon allow experimentation on janitor. the amount and value of all lands

LThis Week I Awaits Agents; should see that their life insurance : buildings, fences., crops etc., on tho
Park Jan. 6.-Announcement His Hour i iWV
The New Haven Railroad wants : i is paid up before solicitinglines. \ machinery und equipment livestock

to atop bua lines in Rhode Island of the running of the first train Note: A complete list of 11\1'\ 'farm ? A merchant takes stock of his .J

because they compete. That sane over the Seaboard Air Line's new stills\ In your section mny be obtained goods. The first of the year is a good

quite reasonable.While cross state \line opening the empire! from the Bootlotrner's! Protective Association. time to do this.

respectable gentlemen in of interior south Florida and linking' ,

Wall Street were gutting the New the coasts with rail for the first time I Never fail to quote price of manufactured I The farm provides n living: reason

Haven Railroad robbing old. women brings from Col. Blanchard formerly lroductVhl'n sending information enough why records should be keptof
t and children that had all their of the United States Department of
I to general agent and remember its transactions.
money invested In it, they sqn&o1 1
exclamation that bespeak -
Interior an that each risk will be
dered millions on trolley lines\ etc, \ subjectedto .
ii I That was all right 1.caua. Uw (he general sentiment: I very careful inspection. DANK 8TATEMCNTUiport ,
railroad did it. 'i "In his. conception of tho requirements
By Arthur Brisbane of the state of Florida and hit If owner has ever Bono any rock nf tho ....,,"lIlon..r l.nwh'lSt.lo i
But now private individuals that crushing for the Federal Government, Iliink. nt Uiulvy In the* .l..l.' of Klitriila nt
own their omnibuses want to carry foresight, the president of the Seaboard I ,lull, flnal rote obtained on I the elfwo of htulncwi Docvmbcr" Jl. 1024.
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ALSO AN EMPIRE. Citizens that own their pablio El h- Air Line S. Davies Wurfield I.I I. 111'1'11.011-1 k..rre..s
"' t linn of schedule and attach fire\ works tomm .nn Real Bltatu .111.1)1035)
ways' and want to be cairiad. The hue. 'Builded better than he knew. I I.
iMiim nn I'ollm.'ml Security Other
SEGREGATE YOUR HENS.OUR railroad mustn't DO PI'i nut and nil clauses! and warranties! | _
say. von HI I Mr. Ulanchard! / contributed an ar- Then Real \K H>tu I.ATS.nil
it Interferer with as. I appliralilo to stone quarries. i iCrudes .Ml other Lnmi* unit Ol..o"n. _._ 111.4 10.31
i AMERICAN MOUNTAINS. tide on "The Heart of Florida Open- I II I'niliil' States l land .- (..Monosi
I ed" tci the "South's development" 11- I ; of Commissions PaidCop: :uv. County, end, Municipal' lloniln 8.00000 .
WHY CHEAT REAL WORgEKST What about flyiM I I that I per Stills, 10 per cent ; Iron and Tin I IhOlk taw HOUHO. Furnlluro and plx- /,
of the Manufacturer's Report .
which will sue I '',"* 11.1I17.0DOll"r
1 soon rir tIn 1m tells the .story of this new pioneeringin :Id per cent : llass; > per teat ; Onlinar .Ui'nl Bitat ... I.7UOO
Within a short time 0. D. cheap transportation \' 11'nsh ISmlcr, Used' in Process, Hut fiinn Incoriiornlml. 1 Hanks ..._. 0,0011.00<
says 1n Haven Lt it Florida railroading, and to a newspaper _. ..
o-wne < In"tin* and other niMHiriMMi 7A.4A
-
Burns v1 aviation expert ana mem,- I 10 pi r ,'''IIt. Famp I'rilnim'! ,, ,,
l -li hand ..
rvlr tG. air t eowta man here the former government II b of Parllam ------ -
r the British _ti I ---
farthest point of the 2 fri Umn. e man /gives much of the credit, II --I 1'1111. ____ ____________ $1i2.00.21ablee
t e boot for the successful completion of this.
i F** w1U{ th$ I ut iN, wMCe ',"I''Ioi, stork Paid In .--- ___.__1MOOOO 1 11
= of London b. ft7 JD& gigantic piece of railroad construction I Ta / ,I in\\1 I ln, I'und _--. .n_..._ __._n_ 1,10000, "
achieve I .IKtilM I'....fu .... .
-the most outstanding! Ban n 11HI Espenaea
J I B Johnson, President of the k yr CAN 61f 00VfDR.GEO.L.DICKERSON I ..I i IIIIITI rnnii. .. "..: ._: \nmI1 '
generations to com and ment in I'.llM's! railroad history-to American Baseball League, humiliated ( ."iMliml, .Pi'iHialu. lhjeet. to cheek iil.KHnZTnvln
Untie Sam plea. tale notfe men Mr. R'arfle'ld."Wheel by the club owners of hit --,.I ,,'" .Si-lUMlla ..- 7.a20.15 )
governments more nearly etvuiied I II RlcrAL AND PLVIC SPICIALIST I Ian rllllcntni. nf Demiall ._____ 11,0115511\
I This also u an empire. Is It.. will allow no children to develop Mr. Warfield first developed league in sustaining Judge Landis, 'mhuv near axJANSOMVI4l i ..h... r. rheolo OulMtAndlnir. ._... 28S.aR

far from the south end of Florida stunted bodies and deformed minds hm plan for bringing/ the "High is sitting tight and awaiting his 'LOlloOA MilU 1'iiynblv _--._- ..... a,0110,0a ,p,

I to from the Bar north end of Alaska and In city slums. They will fly to lands" of central Florida as well as Han hour.- knows Those whst"in the ho know"is say -- Total _... ___ __.._ __. __ _''a2a0A.JJ:
Harbor Maine to San talking
the .Iands of Nevada New
Diego hIgh far Eastern and! Western points within i about and baseball will bc I Sink'' of Florida, -.1. Mrndfiird.. 88. iI
Mexico Arizona Colorado to all of both the East l and forced to clean yet J<0 WHITES COtouisviu. It Ii I I. A. I.. Tnylor. Cashier of thu above named
The country is gradually waking parts of the American mountain easy access I house and > put I t "Matik dn mdemnly nwi>ar thst the annve .,at... ,
up to our flying machine situation paradise of health and beauty. West coasts of the peninsula there honor back above the dollar mark KV '' Ii i ni,,:nt f.I.

I and it NEEDED to wake up. There they will develop into real were many who doubted the wisdom hbnl..wmrM.eA dYbmk/ Iq1 'kwww 1 i in In A. L. T\VI.OR, Crhlah
Now that the I'
I men and woru-n. The United of the undertaking. enRREC.r--nwesr: '
Secretary Wilbur gives this InStates will br. d its own strong problem has been mustered and a ida organized; bj the Seaboard AirLine R. H. TIIKDK ,,.
I A. A. SMITHK.
formation. Five hundred, airplanes people no longer depending on Europe vast region iying within the center : for tins "purpose.\ So, in addition flat Furs a. MAI-UIKW8

of the navy are unelet-s.. And even as it does now for constantsupplies of thc peninsula of Florida extendingin I: U giving railroad facilities to the --- -- ---- -- DlreetolaSubyrribrd

I the remaining 224 that can fly of fresh blood. a southeasterly direction towardsthe territory traversed, a great development \ Habitual Constipation. Cured tad,I day ut.Jan and HUO.nwiirn to before me this

more or less, are all out of date. Our mountains will supply the Atlantic Coast has been openedup work of supreme interest to the In 14 to 21 Iay9"LAXFOS I>> LOUIS II. HIM..

fresh blood and men grown there to trunk line facilities. Florklinns I, state is also inaugurated WIIII Phl'SIN" is n sppcinllyprepurodSyrupTonu Notary I'ubllo.
Do keep chickens ? Keep will supply the workers not handlers '.I..I".lIh I a fur I Id buualGmstlpntion. ,
you have begun to realize what this means "Apart from the benefits which IsnTKt, hllivl, l>
them from other chickens if of picks and shovels but It nheves ...I'tIIllI'lly(1, up' KTIIt r.m: MKKTIM1Nntlrii :
away to their state, and the outside world will accuro to the state of "Florida to la hervliy. itlven thnt tin nitulnr. nn-
workers with brains and
you can. Europe has sent here a machines. should ho taken, reitulurly fur 14 to 21 days nisi nnvtlnir of 'the Ntnckhotdcnt of ,the Hank
poultry plague for which there is and those who travel what it n"uns' the traveling public and to the shippers to induce regular aotU'ii. It Stimulates and of Shirk, will be held In UN tinnklotr rnoma

I no known cure. Congress voted The bill to raise the pay of hardworking to the great numbers of people who ; ., cure has been taken to safe Koitulales. Very Plonsuut to TuKii.! UOo In Stork*. .Klotldn, on Tui I 1 li'jii. at 7:00 t.. cleat\ Imanl of dlrvtoiM .
: p m. n *-
$100,000 to fight/ it. Rigid quarantine post office employees may are somewhat familiar with Florida guard homemakers and industries per bottle. I fur the enmilnic year und to. 'trnniiaetHiich 'f
I will help the situation be defeated because somebody is but not with this wonderful territory from exploitation. The )properties of -- II other blllll".... aa may form hvfun ,them
, accused of trying to get it through which I HAWHON! J. DAVIS
says Mr. Blanchard."The I the Land Company of "Florida I,.'.'I-I-H CiuhlerNOlUi .
I Segregate your chickens and by bribery. Seaboard Air Line Railway's lire located in Okuuchohce! and 1 Pulin\ COFFINS & CASKETAnd '

beware how you eat raw vegetables What of that? Thousands of extension-the Florida Western & Beach counties, are being subdividedinto I ::Ii"F STOl'hlllH.UHIS: MKK1IMJNutlrr :
In hi'why vivt'ii that ttn* rimilnr mlmini -
unless cleaned with greatunderpaid postal know Northern Railroad will be ) a Full Line of ..
\ completed blocks of approximately 5,01)0 niwtlnir of the dnrkholdrrn of (ii law" '
est thoroughness which isn't easy.. nothing! about the briery, and had during the month of January. In I each and will be offered 1 on attractive UmJTtakrt' .",.Ii.. l.y Stale Hunk' will .\xhrlil 'in lie bunkingrooim "
I
acres !
t[ I In Flnrldn. ,, .,, ,
Be cautious especially about raw nothing to do with it. The bribery f.n\4tt.y nn rmwilny Jnn. y
sounds rather piercing central Florida it l'ro..seR'. terms to those who desire to 1 11.:I 1112.l nt '< nil |. m.. ,lo rivet ,n iHinnl, ofillrvelnm
lettuce. The French alone) know story fishy. Highlands Okee. AUTOMOBILE HEARSE ,I for I h" lmulnK 1 yinr anti trneutaurh
how to that plant in The only for Sumter Luke Polk develop them. other btwltii'im liffopfi.
prepare grown question Congress band. Th. but see a. may como them
Atwajrs oa i'
open fields often with barnyard to decide is whether or not the 'hobee' and Palm Beach counties, cm- 'I, "The Development Department of A. L. TAYI.OIl.
manure carrying typhoid germs. men that do the hard work in the bracing a total area of five million the Seaboard Air Line is co-operating .k..t the; lowest prices. Spe- I 2:1.1.11 ('enhlunhOTI'K

Every leaf should be separated post office DESERVE decent pay, one hundred thousand acres, of which with the Laud Company in this wOlk.I del attention to telegraph offera. I -" OK" Hr
from every other leaf and carefully whether or not Uncle Sam should only two hundred and fifty thousand The Seaboard enjoys an enviable rep Registered Embalm. .In htn.iy iilvvn Ihnt the rowulMf itn.
n".1) moi'tinir of the nt4icktmlil uf the llrnil.roril
washed. The salad should set a good example paying his acres or 1 per cent is in cultivation I utation for services among the farmers i C.iunty llnnk will b" held In Ito linnklnil

be mixed !in a big bowl, turned servants properly or a mean, "Larger than the state of New introducing DeWITT C. JONES aroma In lInk.. Murliht, on Tt.I.... Jitn
over and over "well fatigued stingy unworthy example cheating in its territories in I I:I. IU:'., .t 7 WU v. m... to elect, basal of
as
pu't his that he Jersey this territory includes a large new profitable crops, co-operation in STARKE FLAn liraelom, ., for the ,Miilnir' peer and trftn..ctmch
own employees ,
the French it until may
every part part of the famous Highlands of other bualnni. .. may some hwfor. them
of every leaf has some of the vingsr keep down the taxes of rich men. | marketing and in other practical .....n.III .. J. II. Itl'P( II.I .
the center of the citrus In- -
Florida .
on kills germs. THAT'S THE REAL QUES- lines. Icing anti packing plants will 1.I -2t-i. Cn.hl.r. ,

w With vegetables thoroughly TION. dustry ant>l innumerable charming bo provided and fast through freight I'i

lakes. Lack of proper transportationhas service will be available.I SSIIlft81111 !' I NOTICE

'- held back development of exten- ("ri'illUtr and nil p*>rn"n. hHvlnic ..1.lm.II..ln.1 .
-- ---- -- I "For. the Northerner who seeks. .. ,
.
..
the latch: f w. rioilwln di sive areas. This 'Ridge, or 'High rest und recreation or a retreat from Old ittinf I..v. llrnilfonl. County. Horl,1, '.
lands' district consists of rolling Folks''I''I'will I.n..n' Ihflr ,.1.1 l Dlnlma duly mithvntlnt .
i : In Millionaire Death the chill of winter the scenic Highlands '" .<.it to the unileniliiniNl. vwi...iitur within twoyinnt
II j
I Principals Orphan Quiz andy terraces, rising to a maximum makes strong appeal. The region from tint. or thry will Iw forwar bar
elevation of 300 feet above sea level Ailments nil. and mil Mtnmn, inkilwI U* acid. .t..t.
i r and extends, from the center of Highlands traversed by the Seaboard contains g g I nn hcnitiy rvqulnMJ.' to pay i their said ilt.bU
\ t countless. beautiful lakes affording forthwith.Palvd" ,

I eta county northward into Georgia ideal boating, bathing and .,. "I began taking Black- .,Z nt Shirk,. .'...".1., this the Slit tiny
1 These terraces, through their excellent fishing. Gentle slopes around these ''IIUI Draught over fifty years ago "W "f Oroenber A. l, ID24.

1 ee air drainage and the large num.ber I Dig and my experience* with it Ql|) c. c. nonwiN.:
lakes offer pleasing sites for homes stretches T<...iitor uf the FA''"'. of W. F Cloilwm do.r. .
of lakes becoming famousfor over a good longtime
are lID rut ,ash l24tlalaMAKIEt'e <
Numerous communities made! up of Mr. Joe A. Jilake- IWII'
,
their extensive citrus Here says
and there thriving communities"groves., have! neighbors and friends from the North I Hits. more a Civil War veteran Ofgm I / -HAI. :

and West, have erected or are building and former Virginian who Is mur
ea sprung up and line groves of oranges, charming residence and many ;! now a prominent citizen of JjJJ II. r.l.y "..II..,. I. uivrn Hint undrr.,. aDd by.iriii
al. ,' of thnt ri nom' nnnl dear of fonrln.nu' -
grapefruit, tangerines, :
mangoes
find profitable\ oceuimtlon during the II Floyd, Texas "It Is the beat KWOf made by thi Jililui' of the
: Imator '1t'IIrslnll other tropical fruits winter months in developing grovesof \* laxative 1 know of for old J'J* :;t linlUliil, : Ireiill. m:,Him:; for: sod 1 :'.cI141i

have tic-en planted and are now pro-. people A /good many years JIJT d"Imlui' : A. V' Lone 'Audi of :I : -
lirntifortlrCounty
other fruits.. A : ;
citrus and system Hi l In Virginm I used! to iJPIQI ', hil l /S iroult I Iti Hinl for ,
i>Y Iiil'Ing." ago
I "llunilriuls, of acres are in vlneI (lof'I[ modern surfaced highways links I get bilious and I found that ffftI I'1 Pldlquelllbvt\ II liat' : In fiiior mi uf the the IIlh..j.I"t.. LsmiIhnk DM.'

these lake ..,communities 11<1 the news I tif ColiiniMit. n ."'I".II..n. M nm.
T :\ .irk, while thousands of acres are : K K). ('un.... .t nil,
I cross-state line of the Seaboard Airline I''IniMiinl. and' iiKiiliint MI
I In t HUT devoted to early vell'etablesI""d I t! Theuiord'sDLACKDRAUGHT S I 1,1'"nl1l.Th.. .
SIC ,.truwhorries watermelons and places them in easy access t0''' ; I : I l .. unili'mlKiiiil. iw 141".101|, | | Master' will
Palm Ileach Miami, Tampa, Sarasota I' ."lf, r fr. Kill, In fri'llt' nf the ('..url IfoiW* In
l V pim'a|>ple'', along with general farms eau. ke. llrnilfmil. ,' ('Tonal.. "Florida, durlnic the
livestock and St. (Petersburg and other pop I I I. .,,1| hours of. MiiU nn Mnliilny.. rVhrnnry, and,
II' dairying, poultry Ulan coast resorts and cities. The region { I'i.r. !i" the Ids heat .iiinl,, I l.mt. hldib-r fur. fltnh: I II
raising. Fertility of soil favorable rho I r, lluwlnit donrrllmil. |1"1".11I.'n". | and
' lunate. iind abundant railfull are ut.t. is high und healthful with !purewater I ,.linn In llriulfonl I'ninly, Morlds' tn-willw,1 i
and a livable year-round climate I I half of N".'10..1 quarter. Kmt: hail
.--"Il.d by the high average value ofr I .f Northwi.Nt iiunrlir.. East: hit of. Mouth .
'f OCAf Trt r. < ,"p', .us shown by a recent statu Excellent: golf links. and tennis j .$3: was. the heAt and, ijinrki-it reBIS .wet ,enrtrr|, Bud. I Wittl, linlf of Moulboan' .
courts arc available for those who enjoy M9 lie? 1 could :.Since; I cam HIM 'einrlir nil In Hietlnn" n, Townhlp I fl, South,
u""l"f agriculture which get. : : : :: ; ,
\ \ W reports NorrhwMt of
Above are Mr and Mrs D.I "' IIIIIKI JJ RnHl Nil quarter
these I'i-xas I have, these. bilious f
sports. to "JT .
,
nf NnrthfHHt and
Shepherd of Chicago foster par- an average value per acre of all crops hv: ) wiiil iinrti.r iiultrtvr
.d ''II,I altui'ks e' 'ry now andthron--"" hurl'haul quarter. nf Nnrthi' >iMt quarter of
ents of Wm. Mcrimtock the youth. in this territory (excluding livestock) I 5'f11.1"; I.vsT- 'It "Iit'I'" : .
: \ a man will get bilious any- N"rlhwvt '|"." .. nil In ftoatlnn 5. Township
U;l Ql '
! ful heir to $6,000,000 who died from "f $ill per acre. This Is nearly three I115t. :- v-:0-. -' ". *. : -'--- :2nI !r: where you know-and, I find! S12 'i. South, Ititnii 22 East; contalnlnir' In misrinte *
\ typhoid fever while his fiancee I inclined : l :.III t aura.
times the average for the United Some facetiously insurancebird Hi that a little Ulack-Uruught: PPH'ij "' It. A. r.nrKM.HpMlnl !:!: .
I' Miss Isabelle Pope (below), waited 'w!.' States. i dashed off the following. and a soon straightens m. out g'ttZ MwUr.

I') outside the door with a marriage "The rapid and permanent development I' COPY of his. claim schedule has fallen :! After a few doses, in little or IT K" M. JOII.V9.lullaltnr .
license The will left all to the *'I !B* fur Complainant I l1ttlltoiiiiKu
time I'm all
hands and, it no right again.
of this virgin is now into our so wo pass I
Shepherds except $8,000 a year to empire
Theolfnr'I'a Blnck-I t
dui] Draught I gfi|
assured the work of the SeaboardAir along.
Mill Pope. So much talk followed R by ':' FOX Piiltl.ts'AtioN
U a purely vegetable liver .
that .the authorities stepped in to I. ,\ Line in the Florida Western & I I Schedule for rating stills blind 2 ui{! mullein. used In America for jjM'3 In rinuli Court. for llridford County, ,
learn if there were any ulterior Northern Railway the Seaboard's pigs and, moonshine distilleries. : It lilpUH J llnl.' of rlnrliU{. In fhanci'ry.I .
over rightyrar* sets on
r I. M Atvurcx.. f'omptalnant.: 1
I causes of death. extension to the Kust: Coast of Florida Buildings and machinery basis, $ >; {!I] the stomach, liver! and bowels I". v. Hill In. Quiet Till .Eta.

I opening to settlement practically Add for deficiencies as. follow: Smoke 7, In a ICI.'IIU8.! natural way asT{ ,r,;..>.. F I'm14 AI. llrfi'tnlnnUir .
1 rrliev09 *. 'I'h.) rlnrldit. f.nnl null. Immlicrallon Com
stack concealed from UJ and
the entire area. | not properly slstlng digestion .
.n. .. enrttomtlnn Wm. Diekman. N. IJ.
s
LUMBER :MEN CALL thousand feet for soft wood and from "The completion of this extension revenue officers/ /IiO cents; Mash vats I'3 ing constipation. Sold, every- (](* tI. .m.n. Mary KarhclhiMiiwr. J. M Kaahvl

1921 ONE:- OK BEST $40 to $ Jj for hard wood being I of the Seaboard Air Line Railroad IB not covered with bru..hiO. / cents; I where. !iII _innpi'r, H.-nry looter Wesley Wfflilinan
flj' ,B E-ioa .;. Mirnbam llalli-y, Win. T. Taylor Civilian
less. than the after \ .11I"ii
HISTORY about 400 cent
YEARS IN per an event in the history of Florida Concentrated lye In mash IiO cents; lun.fi. J.mes K tirllfln: Alone I', tmhtfttt, 1
war maximum. I travel from points east and west. It Wood Alcohol or nitro-glycerine usedto | i! :;J1 r.,11, g1;! ;1J Mary J. (,nnMM.ui|| M. .... Drawn Wm. C.Yanng
luau f'0''. Wm C:. Yanery.lamb .
Commercial Results However Were "Great progress was made in the inaugurates the first service by any flavor $1.00. r. feeler and (,hat). .'. I'ad namtt e>f

l'nllatillfactory-l'rogres" Reported direction of reforestation and repro- : trunk line to the East Coast of Florida -I Allow credits. as follows: SEABOARD TIME TABLE enrtin known,. ., parties..1..ln.. If an llvlnti.Int..L and If under ilea.. aid all

In Reforestation ductive lumbering. General activity over its own rails (south of Richmond If state officers on payroll deduct known. partita. and taoh nf them di..ra.,.i).
toward forest replacement awaits the ) without transfer of its trains 200. (IIn effect November in, l'Jll! ) .>r nthfrwlf and all "..tI..* Ltatmtnic' an In

Washington Exceptionally\ heavy development of organized forest fire 1 or curs to a connecting or interchange Deduct for each guard with approved SouthboundNo. rrnwl' ..hn Itlohard under. '. and JnR'ib Archibald JnhnN. If.Wm.Juhna.Crosby,.el|,

lumber production with unsatisfactory protection and the logical readjustment railroad. In addition, it provides the Winchester, not to exceed 10 1 reaches Stnrke at 12:16: a. m. li...i and KA"*: Hril Puce. Mamln. I'ao and ItMial .'..*.
commercial results progress of the still customary although first continuous coast to coast or guards, 10 cents. No. S, 11:02: a. m. ...1. heir nt law of (ten. K: 1'...., dra .l,
) In. reforestation and permanent lumbering Uneconomical methods of taxing. The cross-state short line service connecting Night watchman with approved No. 21, Cedar Key 5:00: ) p. m. mil all parties .1.lmlne.n Inturtat under
1 of an adequate I .aid (1 he,. K.. !1'ar. '', or tnn>
that gives promise 1925: is expected to be a good labeled whistle deduct 2 cents.. : : uw|
I year the East and West coasts of No. 7, Limited 2:16: p. m. rah of whoH rm'lilime am unknown ; ,
contmuing supply of lumber !: year in lumber business with the Florida I Watch-clock service reporting to Northbound u, all unknown. Carats elnlmlnv an InUrvat
lumber industryin In 'lands hrnvln. aftvr .....erlb d
were features of the distribution of demand among various "Undertaken at a period of stagnation county judge drduc't l 7o cents. Nu. 2 reaches Starke 4:15: a. m. iHKKTINl.; : :

1921, according to Wilson Compton -| regions of the country and among in railway construction and! carried I If sample of product accompanies. No. 4, 4:26: p. m. Von and laith "f you are herrrby rquly' ,|
t of the National Lumber M! .be and appear lififon* the Judtf; of th*
manager construction railroad and farm uses, daily deduct 100 cent.
,
forward with report per
I unprecedented No. 20, Cedar Key, 8:60: a. m. 'Ireiilt Court for the Kliihth JudiolalClnuHf '
Manufacturers Association. Ignore nearly approaching a normal swiftness in the face of unusual ob- | Stock Ilusls. : add| for deficiencies\ : No. 101 Limited. C:57: m. Hi.rlila. In and, fur "...,lr.,1, County. onIm

i "Measured: by volume of production balance than at anytime during the stacles the conception and construction Ordinary raisins used in manufacturing Wannea Branch p. r*. urt Itnl haws' day of In nalil ribrimry. .f bony. A.. In n. HUtrk IU2S. at Flor the

the lumber industry has just past four years." of the Florida Western & Norther process $185/ ; "Seedless raixinfl" No. 101 leaves Starke 7:49 da, I., .n....., a bill nf eomulalnt hlbltiluialnat
the Stock .stored in : a. m. you In of greatest of the used $1.1)1 glass rc-
through one I extension Seaboard is ;
a
come No. 102 arrives. Starko 3:1": ; p. m. ,. Hrailfnr l County' 'l>l.>raph. a weekly.
years in its history," says u statement RKOROIA; ]PLACES EMI.AKGO notable achievement attributable to ceptadeN. 50 cents. (!Daily Sunday) u'WHpaper. publlNhuil In Hlark. Brailfnrdnunty .
by Mr. Compton. "We estimatethe UPON OUTSIDE POULTRY the indomitable faith and energy of Allow credits\ fur: Stock kept in except! (' Florida la hereby deiiliinateil aa tnt
T. J. GRIFFIN.A. i* w i niwr In which thla notice shall be pub
entire production of lumber in I I the Seaboard's president and chair- gallon paint cans, 'lI4i: ; If burled! I labcd for eight: rjnieeutlv weak

19'Jt 1 at between 36 and 37 billion Atlanta Ga.-An embargo on alt\ man of the board. In the extension of under groundbetween 2 and 4 feet Agent! rim. 'land,dnaribotl. In I tie till) of tomnlalnt. '
In this ecu the title Ui which In aught to
board feet as compared with thirty- I shipment of poultry into Georgia is his railroad Mr. Warficld l inaugurated 25 cents; between 4 and. 'I feet iiOccnts. TONIC irf., iiijti" .t'td I ..1I.ln.'h... dffi'ndanta and, crrtalninnrtKaitn

eight to forty billion feet last year. in effect. | a new policy and solved a prob- between 6 and R feet $1.00. 0 :, caught :to IM canceled over portion
drove's Tasteless f earni' art aa fnllnwit. tow It ,Mouth half of
chill Tonic
Cxcopt for 1U23: the 1921 lumber out- I The embargo which does not affect lem in railroad finance which has at- Use und Occupancy : To arrive ntuip restoresEnergy Northwntt ,|...rt..r. and Southwest quart. of

win the largest since 1916. i tracted wide and favorable comment. and occupancy rate divide assur end Vitality by Purifying and Sorthriut quarter nf Section 10. Township"
put l either intra-state poultry ship
H South, Itenite 27Fact: and South. half of
"A. a whole, however the year ments or the moving of fowls out of | "In the sale of the $7,000,000) of ed's. price per I gallon by numher of Enriching the Blo>xL When you feel It.I I Norlhrait quarter North half of ,...ull....'

not a satisfactory one to the in- Georgia has been ordered by Dr. mortgage bonds the proceeds of county. officials on his payroll ami strengthening. Invigorating effect! sea how 'I 'lemrtvr. Authwt. ituarter. of {l uuth..'
W8. ..
quarter Wfilt < imrtir of Houthciwt iU rtr.f
..iutrthough: it closes in a strongerponion Peter F. Bahnson, state veterinarianto which were used in constructing the subtract from this the percentage nt. It brings color to the cheeks and how I ,. Hnuthftaat quarts| South nut quarter. o'Northwfat

than at any other time dub prevent possible Importation ofrl'teniM new railroad a participation: was fusel oil content in finished product. it Improves the appetite you. will then quarter. and )",'h.1 quarter r>fHouthweat
all In Heetlon 21, .1 I Itl
I quarter an
ing tin. year: with production, shlp- '; poultry from mid-westcrn given the purchaser of each bond in Permit! for Pay Work to bo charged appreciate Its true tonic value. W quarter, of Northrant ipinrtir of in ..' .

and 1 niers virtually balanced. states here the birds are reported any advance in the value of more for an per Special I Day Work.ien"al Grove's Tasteless chill Tunic is simply .. '%, all in Tuwnthip" 5 I 'Mouth. loner _I
rmnti .......
Eat: and eontainlns In all ISO mrr or
As To Gaud
remanufactureat than KiO.OOO:, ) acres of land acquired < Suggestions Iron and Quinine suspended in So ..
Making allowance for afflicted with European plague. syrup. 1 Iraa. and lytnit and "kind In Bradford < ",m-

the mills and local deliveries\ shipment I --- ------ r to be realised through its develop- Underwriting: Never bind the company pleasant even children Juke\ It. The blood '.. florid.

have exceeded production. 1[ files Cured in ft to 14 Days I ment as the result of the transportation without first submitting sample need. QUININE to Purify It and, IRON to I this Witness the led my day haml of Doe.and ",seal"'.,,of A. Mid D. 10;Court I.I >

Stock, are lower than a year ago Drtuttlett refund money If PAZOOI.NTM EXT r.u. facilities to be furnished by the to General Agent for approval. We Enrich: It. Destroys Malarial germs and i (1 W ALDERMXX,

been stable and relatively I I 1 to sun ItthuH. lltlnd. Hleedms. or Protrudintf railroad. This participation come suggest that samples also be mailedto Grip germs by Its Suenituenlog.. luvlgor ,, Real) Clerk Clrrnt < ,rt
have tnaianuy relieeea ItchuH Pile, and ywtcu Br O. A. KnlKht
prices low-ranging from $29 to $33 a 7et rcMfui aleep. after Aril application., Ovs. through the Land Company of FlorA.l State Insurance CommissionAl- sting Effect. 60c. 12-S-Bt-l-IO Dvputy t':. rk.








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PACK EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY JANUARY 9, 1925.:

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i' HERE IT IS---MEN! The Event You've Been Awaiting .- : .



I 1 P' Sale of all Men's, Young Men's and Boys'SUITS I All II 1 /



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\ We want to clear our rack for New Spring Good which will soon arrive, and to do so are giving a discount /

''i' I of 10 per cent on all Brand! New Winter Suits, newest styles, best of woolens, highest grade workmanship,

and almost a complete assortment of sizes. This sale means an actual saving to you of dollars at a time it is OFF REGULAR PRICE M gip,

needed. Come early for a good selection. Nothing reserved during this sale. A GENUINE SALE. ,
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Bradford=--0. County Telegraph: I I' Times-Union. -u-- f\lture'-I : FIND [ WHEN DAD WAS A BOY Hy; SATTERFIELD :,

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Published! weekly and entered anjecond County fairs arc held mainly for I! Suwannec county is at last finding "
class it the the farmers, yet they do not take tho herself. Ten or twelve years agi
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interest in them that they should the fact was I lamented we had bu \'
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office at Starke, Florida. II one crop-cotton. The farm
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farmer in the county should have I ers would plant their cotton, mortgage ,
B. MATTHKWS.________________.. ...... some part in it, even If. he cannot I I / it to the merchants for a year', .,

J. C. ROBINSON.-.......M.n.ilng Editor. contribute anything more than a supplies I pay fifty per cent more fo
I merchandise. than for cash and '
large ham or bushel of potatoes a
j Fairs stimulate new interest in Ithe I end of the year the merchant A GOT
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY r I '
got the cotton, the farmers got thou BOBCAT IN I
farming, and not only act as a 1 1t J'II
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.a- means of showing off the bent efforts' receipted bills, and they were jus THERE I IBETCHAf = ,II i
SUBSCRIPTION RATE :|, of the farmers, but gives the business where they started. The farmer, l le
; _. men und others a chance to seeI were in the cotton rut, and alway'
Per Your _h _. .._ __ $1.60 ,
I and compare the products find efforts one year behind with their living ex
: Six Months ___ 75c: toward farming being made in nil penses. Newspapers wrote in von

-- -- sections of the country !which they! for diversified farming. Count; \ me
held. The fairs should at- agents talked and worked In vain = gifciu1 S
lure I county I II == 7 s } ( ,An r-i > ,
I fain a record of at leant ninety per The boll weevil turned the trick !
I I cent in attendance and exhibits( In'' which it seemed nothing/ else soul I
!I : .order to make them the success they do. In Alabama the farmers huvi
merit. Times-Union. erected a monument to Mr. liol !
( ''Weevil, and our farmers are soon t<.
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learn their indebtedness to Mr. Wee
i: Starke i 10 to have n new and modern vii, because it has brought us right
lire lighting machine, and the ''d110Nit1/lill, /
to the threshold of success by diver' L lai"Ill, i
Stnikc t Telegraph on order has ,
says Hilled farming/ -hogs, poultry, cow I
e liri'ii. placed, by the town for a comblniilimi and lately tobacco. This doesnot meat I

Mo. 4)5) '|' pumper, chemical and hose we have abandoned cotton. On (hi.
(Meiiiuership in National Highway true k, delivery! to be made InI! rcl1. contrary, it menus that every farm::1 .

Association |I This pumper wilt have a capacity) of or will raise better cotton, not sc, .,.
) Mio( ) gallons of water minute, carrying f:'
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per many acres maybe live to the farm, 9. 4ie' a\
I -- --> -1 1.000 feet of hose, with o !but he will fertilize it better, work i II t '. ./
\ Now I ithe tune to la\' plans,, for a chemical tank of forty gallons capacity. better and get more money for it. We '// 'f sl 5S"5i -'
County Fair next fall anil an exhibit : Right: lines of hose can le used at I will have many money crops instead 'JZ* J BSr
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lit the State Fair. North Florida the name time without putting a of the former cotton crop.
counties nrt losing hy failing to place | heavier pressure on the water mains I
We fell down
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nn uxhibit at the Stilt'Rlr.. than is now carried. Thu truck in I I
I I I years, which greatly( disheartened our
-n- equipped with a seventy-five horsepower -
| farmers. but they are spitting or
Ask yourself what you did during engine. With this pumper the I( their hands to take al new hold. They I .
1021 to benefit your town nnd county. presiire tin the mains is eliminated ton
I degree nnd placed on. thc hose,I,I have employed five expert tobacci
Old you work for advancement, or from the brightleaf district of North
were you merely u looker-on and ncrlticlser which will put the fire laddies of : Carolina to teach them to raise a::1
Stork in a position to take care of I
of those who sought/ to accomplish thousand or fifteen hundred acres of
>something almost any fire that may occur in
I tobacco in Suwannee this
county '
that cityTimesUnion.o .
I year. Over all the country you will

Dunnellon Truth thinks when that ,', 11KTTER: BOYS---- .see barns going up already, not waiting .'I Ay70t ,r1.. . ... ...-... ..
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in Now York, Home of the guests will One boy mishandled] misunderstood work. I u --
'i i i get as near heaven us they will ever or unnecessarily committed to Mr. Gilliam who i is at the head of f HAMPTON: I
got.-Tlme .Union. And if an elevator I I a reform school is a life marred and these instructors, is a large planter CHINA SHIPS MILLIONS OF EGGS TO U.S.

I I .. should fall probably some of the I I may be the ruination of other lives. himself, and a wealthy banker in I Hampton, Jan. l>-L. B. Bryant, of I EVEN WITH GREAT INCREASES IN OUR OWN EGG
i guests would Rood start to theirfinal I North Carolina. lie is PRODUCTION AND A TARIFF WALL. IMPORTATIONS ARE HEAVY.
/ /get n i This is the statement of n probation a success. And | Ft. Myeri, was, the guest of his aunt i
, I destination. of leer who has dealt with delinquent this man of success in raising tobacco I: Mrs. M. L. Watterson, 'ast week. TOTAL m+ IBIS 1916 1917 .!2I.2! 1920 1921 1922 I92J
I --0I boys for l< says. wa have the best situationfor
I Taxes collected from Floridinnaand years. producing a high grade, money I Mr. and Mrs. Parley Wynn and DOZENS .
I Florida interests during 1921 The professional tramps and mOlt I' fetching tobacco he has seen any I children Patricia, Jack and Quintin, 'rODOO-O<>O ..i
of the inmates of penal I Institutions
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this week withMrs.1Cy'nn's
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spent
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aggregate/ / $31,01)0,000, a al-1 say ,
were reared in "institutions not
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\ report from the treasurer's ollico re- correctional. ter he had driven up one road and ( mother. Mrs. Franki IJ f' 4 ,
ways Hicks. _
, I vcnled. The state will receive $5,01)5-): down another in our county over two- i 000000 _
I 013 of this amount and the balance Hays need I the influence of a good I thirds of it. This man of success must I I :Mrs. Weldon! of Brunswick, was I II \
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will be divided among the counties, home and sympathetic parents Lacking know what he is talking about. lie ,the guest of her uncle, Mr. L. II. 0.000000. f
; school districts, road districts and these, they need a friend guide,i does not ask a dollar for his and his Bedenbaugh, last Sunday.Rev. '
, the Everglades drainage project. II show them enough interest to I men's services until the tobacco is I Windham, of Waldo, preachedat / \ '
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them along the right paths until they sold, then only 10 per cent of what the Methodist church last Sunday 40000000 \ I

I> Jacksonville om ills III they are reach the age/ of discretion. I the tobacco brings. Our farmers I morning and evening.Mr. V 1 1\

puzzled over the fact that during I A reformed' tramp and convict, realize they are fortunate in being Cleveland Sullivan and family (4; j I \ '
1921 2,103 person were arrested for writing in a magazine, adds further able to have the services of such men ( left last Tuesday for Miami, where fo.0oeooo .
i drunknoss. while in 11)10) only 1,79':1: testimony that boys who run away for such a comparatively small com- I they will spend the remainder of the 'tSG'9neoao0o -I V
were booked on that charge. Whether from home or are left orphans. have pensation. For, remember, they are winter months. 't< / ""-
the officials are puzzled! over what| little chance if they ever have the 'I not only shown how to make a large I Rev. Hicks pastor of the First -G
", they had to make them drunk or the I misfortune to be sent to an "Insti- profit this year, but they receive this Baptist church will fill his regular appointment -
increased number of drunks, would tution." education which will last them a life here next Sunday morn- 00.000.000 Ie f I

I lie hard to answer. j Not long ago a man sixty-four time. To a farmer who does not ,ling and evening.

--0- years old was sentenced in an east- know the first move about growingthis J. F. Houser and family, who have s.e..ot.uc..onieutruearounoouOZENS "-

Clay County is after (food roads. A I I ern city for pocket-picking. lie had I;' big money crop a life-time edu- been, located in the Hampton Hotel,
resident of the western part of the | already spent over forty years in )I'I cation is easily worth fifty or a hundred have moved to the large bungalow OF EGGS IMPORTED FROM CHINA
) dollars lie will I tue ItOOOOOOIT !1!10 14 700 000 I
Another not have
jail. one twenty-three years to pay owned Mrs.
Bounty writes the Clay County Times, II by Frank Hicks.i 1917 ooooo '..10 ri eco oooeaooo
old, got a long term for robbery. Ite this next year nor the next. He will 000
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I that only a small. percentage of vot-Il'rs i J W. B. Alexander was a business Is t ooooo
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learn his lesson this i 191" 4400000IJ400OOO itttI IS IT 000
was put in an orphans asylum at year, and make
in the lake section of Clay will )| I visitor to Jacksonville last Monday. ISIS 912 I ISTlOOOOChinese
four and has been out of "instltu- good money while learning.-Live I
oppose u bond issue. Bradford county | Mr. and Mrs J. J. Brannen, and
Oak Citizen. '
will join Clay in building/ a hard surfaced I tions" only two years since. I ,children spent the week-end with hen are laying millions of .dozens of eggs to !I.<> beaten Into AmerIcan
road from Sturke to Green)i !Multiplied evidence can be found friends and relatives In Lake Butler. cakes uiiil candles. In spite of the Increased height of the tariff wall.
Cove Springs via Kingsley lake I that boys once they become "Institu- FI.OUIMUIS\ SHINES Little Charles Hunt, of Dade City, Enough Chinese egg are coming Into the United States annually to furnish

-- I tlotiiicd" and "standardized". according I I Florida is again conspicuously spent i this week with his grandmother approximately one dozon for every family. But the Chinese hen does not compete -
11 -I Farmers of Suwannec county madean to the rules and in the business part of exceptional the- !Mrs. Frank Hicks.I with the American hen In supplying the eggs for the breakfast. table. Of
Important dlscotery. They discovered ,, have little chance of rel\'uilltlon8'1 Nation's Business magazine, which I Mrs. Croft, of Rome, Georgia, has the :S3,710.0iHi: dozen\ coming In lost year' practically all were In the dried or
there was more money in tobacco I citizens. covers. conditions In December. All of recently located here. frozen form. act .-riling to the Seurs-Roebuck Agricultural Foundation.
and hogs than In Regrndless of whether you have A = The American hen rnnnot be accused of the
cotton.-Tlmes-I I Florida is "white" on this map mean j Mrs. A. A. Patch:; Entertains. loafing on Job. In addition to
Union. A county boy, you are In a measure! responsible ing "good! business"-and Florida is I furnishing all t"IIIIS/, needed for American use, she produces a huge surplus
Bradford farmers to !grow tobacco I' for the future of the boys with whom'' the ONLY STATE IN THE UNION I On Wednesday evening Dec. Slat, for eX tlrt. Last year this surplus amounted to 3O.0I1O.0no dozen- ,::;:no.OOO
i and other money crops will be asked you come in contact. If you are not. WHICH IS ALL "WHITE." I Mrs. A. A. Futch entertained the dozen more than w, re Imported. The American exports were largely eggs In
,of the new board of County Commissioncrs. an influence for good In their lives, There are dots of "white" else young people of this community with the shell, which sell at higher prices than the frozen and dried eggs from

Bradford county has just as you are not meeting your rwponsi-.. where in the country, but not cover- I II a New Yeary party. China.In i

!good farmers and soil as any county bility. l ing any entire state. Texas has a I Many interesting,; Knnus were play- 1914. Just a decade ago. there were 19oiiOOilo dozen Chinese eggs Im
where they fail i" in organization. We need to !give some attention to'' considerable proportion of the "good ,ed and at a late hoar delicious refreshments ported. Bj IBIS the lo.ports totaled 2.400.OIo< )O dozen, and, In 1H20 the number
t -o- the boy of today because of hit pos-1 I business" designation and there are I of hot chocolate and had climbed. to 71.onA.Ou) dozen. In 1922. the year the tariff went Into effect,
Columbia farmers backed by the i sibilities. From a purely selfish mall sections of other states. California sandwiches were served. only :23S27nm: ;' dozen were Imported. Last year the number was still further
solid business men of that county, are standpoint, we must try to make certain has one tiny dot of white near I There were twenty-seven guests reduced, with only 23.710f) dozen coming In.
determined to make a record along j i that he is being reared right, its southern boundary. Practicallyall present, the following out of town Present prices ore not especially attractive to Imports. The demand U.

the lines of tobacco culture. Columbia | pine how can we expect much of the of the South, except Florida, I is guests being among them: Daisy, for strictly high quality eggs, the production of which for the home markets
and David Moore and Claud :May, of the American hn I
Is already noted for its cotton, next generation? rated "fair. monopolizes.
corn and peanuts, and if the farmers I| Let's try to devise ways of making Florida, for the past year, has been I Theressa. and Blanchard Jolly, of I ; !
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start the growing of tobacco they will every boy a better boy for the benefit the most uniformly "white" state in time. They all reported a pleasant The diet of the child every day I Bradenton-$1,500,000 bond issue

i meet with success is the easy prcdic- ,I of the boy and for the benefit of the Union, according to these Na. should contain some milk, eggs (fish, j for road and bridge construction in "
Lake Clt0 i planning to erect .those who will on where lion's Business
tion. ,, carry w charts.-Tampa Trib- I Florida's '
one of the largest tobacco warehouses leave off.-Ex. une. 22,000 bales.cotton crop estimated: at fowl or meat), bread and cereals, 1' various sections of county to be voted
vegetables, fruits, sweets and fats. upon I January 14. '

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