Bradford County telegraph
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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 16, 1925
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00027795:02264
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Suggests Increased Yield Per I [ Court I \\'ho Conducts I 1.\1'1.(1':) ( [ RiJc, a..., ,::hcr
"Bradford farmers cotton and ,
Acre As A Kemedy. county grow Plantation in < oi"ia.\ Bite-

make money in spite of the boll weevil, if they :Method of ('umhallinA' tin

I this There country is no will immediate lose its danger position that of make up their minds: to fight the pest. He can Boll Wcv\il I'rotvn Successful ""
in Years" of Cotton (;Jrov-
dominance in the world cotton markets be conquered easily and cheaply if the right work '
but the situation demands more in;;; "harmers Attend Tuc-i-" '

aggressive efforts to stabilize production is done at the right time."-(Dr. DeLoach, a daJ'4It.t.tin: at Courthouse.The .
the chamber of commerce of the .
United States. declered in u report on farmer who made a bale to the acre under boll meeting called for Tno-.dn\ I t+rG

conditions, suggesting increased yield! tifti'niouM at the courthouse in I tI'l''

. per acre as a remedy. weevil conditions.) interest of cotton growing' in lira' 1 II

i Steady decline in production and .' find county, wan well nttvinli 1 IsfurmciH

rise in the price of cotton in the t .;, ', and citizens from prin'd,..il I
I United States declared in a report on i ly every section of the county. ''I'hc I ,4I

. caused increasing activity abroad to I II I speaker secured for thin occasion. Pi.

i develop other cotton areas, while demand .. 2ij7o C.VHS: l'UlTrN It this season Grapefruit shipments to- It..1. II. I Del.imch, of Chirugo, won I II II
, for finished mill products is VKUKI'AKLKS; : \ SHIPPED I tal 0,001 cars. The shipments ofT has charge of an lnntensetI, "it I

lessening. tangerines amount to 062 cars. I Io acreage ut Arlington, Cia, ileailv' 7 4
automatically date I: 21,470' cars of fruit I and I outlined to tile gutheiing the m'lh..1| .| ru
Increased yields acre
'I per Due to extreme wet weather in the I
vegetables have been shipped used on the farms under his
cure mcombatting
I would reduce production costsand from .
southern of the
part vejl''tabI.'sThirtyono
\ Florida ..since September 1, the boll weevil '.
return the grower a just margin as.uu are lute this year. Two thousand one +uc.er ti f /
of tho have been
of profit, the report declared, and curs hundred of Taking the cotton from the tin" I __
loaded with strawberries. One of thirty cars vegetables
would permit of a sale price that + we'rrgt r car the Heed were. planted until t the last Mrs Mary Clark of Imllunupolls
pineapples has gone North. Orange have been shipped north during tho
would tend to increase consumption. stalk was cut nnd turned under tn was hurled\ from an automobile
Adverse weather conditions, the Attorney-General Ilarlan Fiskc shipments have amounted to 11,358::; season I kill the larvae remaining in the HI'uttered when struck by a train, landing on
and Stone, in President Coolidge's cabinet bolls the cowcatcher where sh, !
boll weevil labor shortage poor und destroying the winter ) clung,
farming were given as the most seri- less than nine months, has been home of th.'evII, he shoved tlu not seriously Injured, for 12 miles.
Dominated the President the
by to
ous obstacles to Increased productionin U. S. Supreme Court bench to succeed Address By Dr. DeLoach AtTuesday's tight to he mode against the pest in weather She Buttered from exposure, as Her the
near tore.
this country. Associate. Justice Joseph McKenna diUVrent, stages of the cotton/ |>lant', mother was killed but a baby

I "It is cstimtaect that for the past 81, who retires due. to ill I Kiovvth Dr. DeLouch expiesslysinhied nephew also miraculously esouFat:: _
six years the South annually has fail- health. Meeting the importance of being ready death.
' cd to produce four million bales of l In fight the weevil the iiiHlnnt they Z

cotton as u direct result of the boll CIIILDKEN'S FOl;M>KK& ItOLLOF were found III thu cotton fields; II : (:
f weevil," the report continued. "While I 1 11E STONE:' MOtNTAINrOM'EDEKAlK :' :' Valuable Advice To Farmers few da.vs' delay in the' 1 beginning re HEl'I'l'I: I KM;I.

calcium arsenate has been proven to ;.; MEMOHIAL: \ ,,nil, nit; in a much harder task Inter LAKIi: 'in II'I''I': : '
be effluent for the control -- und. ii loss in cotton. I
of un weevil agent 1J23! less than five Through Thu Children's Founders Da Not Plant Cotton to The Exclusion cotton halI..t Iron' plinlid: for llm <. lie North and Central I'lorld.i Commerce:
the in I (toll of The Stone Mountain Confederate According to I speaker, the cut !
of the total cotton acreageof of Other Crops; Make 01, lour, jeiirs This will depend l upon ling uncle,
per cent Memorial, the name oflvel') up mind( plowing uf the hashes to lime Slate (Organisation)
the South was treated with this man and woman who rendered ,service 'otton One of The Money the dKlunce to I the mv-ist. cotton Hulks: In the full, or after the lunt of

poison. to the Confederacy can be memo- 1 Crops! and Follow n System: that was planted. It may be thu* for the cotton had l been puked resulted The lirudford County Cliiiinber/ of

"Eurl>' fall destruction of cotton rialized. At the Hume time, the namesof of Crop Hotation. ,u your or two one would need very In the killing of UO percent of the Commerce met In regular session, at
stalk is an economical means of reducing the children themselves may be little time or expense for lighting the 'woevdn then remaining in the lieldH\ thu courthouse in Htai'January Silt
weevil damage the followingyear weevil, but it pays to be reudy. Thenau'hinery and in tho the
: perpetuated an builders of the world'lIgrelltellt The: principal' 1 idea in reestablishing spring grower had only at H.OO: ) o'clock p. in.
As jet a relatively small percentage memorial. will keep and the calcium to contend with the lonmininir I III ....
i Minutes uf the. last meeting I.
litudford wore
cotton will
plaiting in 'un- arsenute keep provided it Is not
of cotton Planters practice the
The Children's Founders Roll is for percent surviving winter. The read und. .
thi-, In many sections of the Southl'lImatic boys and girls up to eighteen yearsof 'ty is not to try, to sidestep other used.If. curlier the stalks were tinned* the approved.1'lie \ ;1

conditions prevents early fall age who contribute one dollar to crops especially money crops. Con- I the weevils come curly, our plan less would ,ho the numlier of weevils dixi iisxlon of cotton planting
plowing!: of stalks as a weevil control the Memouul. Their names will be : tinue to plant the early vegetables, is to kill them out during the period coining out of winter '|ctiartcrH in the wan taken ut 'length. Mr. U. L, Matthews '
between thu of the first to take. of (Suinexville;, was present'
measure."Theis enrolled in an immense book of memory appearance spring tip their work on the .
the potatoes, the bernesi and the and .
\ regular lecimimendcd Coving: ton Toolo
is need for a cheaper poison made of the most enduring parch : squares and thel..st open blossoms. new crop, and it would pay the grow
than arsenate at the present market ment science can devise, bound in I I farm crops. Cbnthtue to use all If there is a goodly number of weevils or well to lose the Krattered! bulls of cotton fur this section.\ The Invcstigatioim -

I price, for the !benefit\ of the marginal bronze plates, and mounted upon un these us money crops. It is an established this can easily be dom.> by three cotton maturing late If this work is. of the> hamlier uf Commerce: :
producer of cotton. altar constructed for the purpose\ in fact in agriculture that in applications. of poison coming a week done early and I well, the far mr has seems to lie ill favor of this cotton.It .

I ":\Inn). cotton producing areas in the center of the Memorial Hull. Opposite order to do good farming, one must apart. Four or live days apart would made. a good\ start in making Ilix war brought to the attunllunof themeellog
the South show serious depletion of each name will be recorded the have u god system of crop rotation. t prolmbly be h
soil fertility due primarily to one- name of any Confederate man or wo- This enables the,farmer to have more yet been able to do this on count of few weevils attacking the plant ,speak III Sturke on Tuesday, ltthln: J

crop farming. There is need for ri- man the child selects to honor. than ono money >rop. Let cotton boone weather and other interference. For early are poiHoned between the. lime the Interestt cotton pluming and it .
organization of farm practice in the The book of memory will be the uf the money crops. Plant only the early weevils that lay the eggs I I tho first xiunieH| appear and, the tuft\ i wan decided I I I I that after this muotltiji tl'

cotton bill to the end of restoring greatest volume that the world has I five to eight acres to the plow and between these applications poison, I open hloHHoniH. lly gathering UPhe, the Chamber of Commerce try to Interest ..

soil fertility and eliminating some of ,. ever known not only because it will give it the some attention that you we control by picking up (the sqi areaovery fallen squares and destroying, the lutnl l seed dealers to put

the hazards of the single-crop farm-J enclose the sentiment of a people's I! are in the habit of giving to vegetables. few days. Home' people have the weevil not killed by the Llwm/,/ the neiexsury seed In stock.The J',

ing. A wider use of legumes and better heart carried down to generation after -, felt I that it IN too big u job to pick up I I cations. of poison more controlled. Slnike city council recommended -
Unit the ,
Chamber uf Commerce d
(land drainage would prove of generation, but because, in actual This will insure a higher yield squares, but we find it pays to pick up long staple cotton for this section draft the '.

great benefit." size, it will be the (argent volume that per acre. Them get good seed and early squares, but not the Into walt not recommended by Ur Do- to be milirnitted necessary tii. the model several ordinance, incorporated
the world has ever known. It will plant at the rate of a bushel of seed We have not gotten very much onea'i I I.oach but rather a variety of short
towns of the
COLORED LAD KILLED perpetuate the memory of the men to the acre. Do rtt let any one per from picking up lute squares. staple, known to be wilt rexlstantlIle the county requiring -
IMSIOLJack inspection of fresh
WITH necessary
who the from unto If we find weevils in Held late stated there several varieties
wore gray age suade you that less will ao us well. our I: arc meats offered' for Bale. The comntlt-
It will be the link that binds the We we fight them until Weet them j short staple wilt resistant cotton I :
Spates, 12 year old colored age, plant a bushel and a peck to the : lof| ) ten to draft these ordinances Is
Instantly heroes of the past to the children of acre and \find that it pays Wilt resistant under control. If the plants are full that would do well here) and Coving- at
boy living at Clayno, was follows: A. S. Crews, G. M. (amen, J. I
killed Monday afternoon when a today-to the hero-worshipping chil- sect would be better. of squares and young green bolls ton Toole wax among this number. It II. hitch I.. D. Green
dren of all age and all nations. Before during migration period of the weevil in Important that our growers xecuro I
he on
loaded pistol was hammering we began operating/ our cot An irivilnhon was received] from
I For contributed child' in July, we again that tho kind of Heed wherever ''
each dollar at
a poison same
the floor exploded, the ball piercing ton farm at Arlington, Georgia we /possible the Ijike City Chamber of Commerce: ,J.,
In the i can enroll the name of one Confederate decided that it time. It wijl pay. But! if the cotton in order ti> plate a uniform lint I I
his bruin. A I
was to
younger negro ', more Importantto Hend a representative, to thu organization
room ut the time told the officers soldier or any man or woman who stress the light on the weevil than has finished its work largely by then : on the market. of the North and Central

that his brother was hammering the rendered actual service in the Con- any other one thing. It does not pay the last poisoning will not be neces Showing thu Importune of taking II Florida Sic retairios Association/ to i

I butt of the gun on the floor and look federacy. to raise a good crop and then let the sary. care of the crop once It in. started be held in Lake City on the 10th of
ing down the barrel at the same time, When there are two or more chil- weevil get it all. First in importance, Remember weevils may live on cot- and using, calcium arsenate regular .'''lIImry. Mr Matthews made a motion -
I I when the weapon exploded. Xo inquest dren in a family each can memorialize under weevil conditions is to save ton leaves and young tender stems if ly to poison the ball weevil, Dr. lie-1 I r that Secretary Futth attend] the

was considered necessary by the the same Confederate ancestor. I I the cotton from the weevil; next : there are no squares or young bolls, I Loach: gave an example of what could I above mentioned meeting and that

I officers us tho two boys were alone Contributions will be received in I'good seed; next good preparation and but they prefer the latter and lay, the I be dune under boll weevil conditions his expenses lie "1Iw.d.Ir.! .Stern-
at the tune of the accident. the names of children who are dead, cultivation; next proper fertilization eggs only In nquures and bulls. und the amount of. cotton that can lie I 'berg seconded the motion and It was

--- --- -- provided a Confederate name is sent ', and next crop rotation. Since we put We do not dread the weevil as I made, und also what the pent inn lo unnminiisly! tarried.

COUNTY:' JUDCE'S COURT in with the child's.It the tight on the weevil first in importance much an we du the wilt and, other i to a cotton field' If not < hacked Mr. J. II, Moore made motion! that
I i is earnestly. desired that every ; we have not failed. 'iliseuHes. We know that wn run ton- Seventy-live! hides, of rotton weremade the ladies be allowed a t
to liecomu
Allen Yates was tried Saturday child of Confederate lineage-not We have consistently used the trul the weevils; we know that any | from one of his farms of xeven- l of the Chamber of Commerce members -

morning in oounty judge's court, on a only in Starkc but Bradford CJounty; government and state recommendations farmer can easily control the weevil I Ii ty-six acres while a neighbor whose and. that duon for them he flxod
charge of wing profanity Fined $5; -be enrolled in this Book of Memory which is the application of dry I!i i I if he prepares for it at a total cost of | fence adjoined tits tract made three '1.00/ per year. Mr. Inman lecontLtJ
and costs The Children of the Confederacy have calcium arsenate dust. We have used from $T to 9"l per ai re, ineluiling'everything ,'' bale/ from I 150 acres. Moth Itflils. the motion and it .. \
Saturd.iv. J D. McNeil was bound already started the movement. hand guns, one-mule two-row machines .' In addition to his regular 'I I were planted! to the name variety, but the of thin .arrh.Up""
pall.n\C" motion
over to the circuit court under bond Names will be published each week. !! and the larger machines. For j j: costs to grow cotton. We know that the seventy-six acres. wore handledto became members of the six ladle

of $;00, on a charge of assault with Send child's name-parets orguardian's ''' the one nurse farmer, we have found I I{! it U best to prepare for the weevil control the weevil and made nearly It was, nuggi-Hteil that each organization.number
intent to ..commit murder.F. name and address. In hon. a good hand gun the most. economical a hale to the acre, in spite of the write r
just as if we knew it in some idea that could be carried
was coming
or of what soldier and his organization.
and, the most effective. For larger adjoining field of 150/ acre teeming
& A\LINSTALL:' OFFICERS What kin, if any. Send with one (acreage, at least up to a hundred profusion. It It does not prove HO dU'uRtrous with weevils and where only one out the by benefit the Chamber of the of Commerce for

dollar to the local chairman for the our Insurance in bale to fifty reunited.Dr. community In general
good every acre
acres one-mule :
two-row -
1923 Held machines preparation that
Installation\ of Officer for Founder's Roll Stone Mountain 'i ; date of recelvinir this
Monday Evening. Memorial.Mrs. |' are the best. Cut whatever can be carried over till another leloach In positive that Bradford and l all details of same be left to the
the machine, the poison must be county can attain grow cotton
| ap- xeaxon. To sum it : Publicity Committee.
Bradford Lodge No. 35, F. & A. 1\[. Lucia S. Alvarez, chairman, II plied while the weevil is actually on up and that our farmer will make Upon
Starke Fla.IIRtDSILtWDIES. Jet better seed, the land motion it was agreed that
Monday |the cotton prepare money in doing so. Ax. hn It
held its installation\ ceremony and on early plants In the xtate| the next meeting be held
I evening at the lodge rooms, and FROM WOUNDS( field. To bring about perfect weevil better, cultivate better, manure bet- is only necessary to use good judgment There being no further Lawtey.business

i the following officers were inducted i control there must be very accurate i i ter, fertilize better, rotate more reg- good Heed, good fertilizer good the meeting adjourned.
l! into office: \\111 Cummin Ordered Held for Action or perfect application: of the poison. i' ularly. cultivation and u ,determination I to

L. G. Powell\ W. M. of Grand Jury Spring Term j l It takes 4 or 5 pounds of dry poison. After make cotton and-Have It from the
you have determined to make great deal and her mind is rich
I I n
Circuit to each I weevil.
E. W. Hayes. S. W. Court. acre for each applicationat j
I ILlgt ( the fight on the weevil-then you will store house of knowledge She will
first and little
J. M. Mitchell, J. W. a more later. j -
'i; F. F. Stump Treasurer.N. Braduhaw/ colored, of Sampson The weevils may not appear until |i make a crop-then you will save the :MUM. SrKINCir'KLLOW;" : WILL ,speak especially on Japan wearing

Steinberg, Secretary. City who was shot Wednesday i{July or August In a territory where crop you make. SPEAK: .MONDAY: :' AFThUNOON; ;.; ,the native costume, and also an conditions -
I W. G. Strmgfellow, S. D. morning of last week by W. II. Cummins I IMrR. In the Holy Land. Recentlyshe
H. C. Wall, J. D. white, died from the gunshot ---- ----- -- --- Thornton Strinitfellow, of i spoke to the Epwurth League in

' J. F. Kickliter, Jr., S. S. wound early Friday morning. A rnroners I II Gainesville, who has traveled extensively I Gainesville, and to other large audiences -

II C. N. Christy, J. S. jury was impaneled Friday'' Chamber Commerce in foreign countries, and more who were charmed with bn
I L. W. Kickliter, Chaplain. morning and brought out a verdict of I I' of 'Meeting recently in the Holy Land, will apeak bettor;.. After the lecture there will

G. W. Snellgrove Tyler. murder against Cummins. He is held 1 here :Monday<< afternoon at 8:30: under be a social half hour. i

I In the county Jail, to await action of j :the auspices of the :Methodist MUidonary The public is cordially Invited. Admission ,
I Hamilton Ritch U In Jacksonville the grand jury at the spring term of Lcwicy, Tonight, Friday, 8:00 Society, at the club house in free and no collection[ will

attending Masaey Business College. circuit court for this county. :Mrs.' Stringfelluw has traveled a be taken L



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nn. Friday evening in honor of i I velt Hodges, Roy Waters
MILE party
... DAILY STRENGTH 1- FIVE Mr. and Mrs. Claude Renfroe. Mr. and Sheppard Dukes, Julius Parrish,

: ..... .lie's GL trs9' Nature has admirably fitted Five Mile, Jan. 16-Mr, and Mrs. Mrs. Renfroe accompanied by their I Perry Connor and son Corbert.
Mrs James left Saturdayfor
i 1 Avery Parrish, Mr. and cousin, Rance Parrish,
the body to fight against weak' Parrish have moved to the Godwin Ocala where they will make their INCOME TAX FORMS: ISSUED

1'biiiens" ness but there is need for a daily I place near Brooker. We shall miss home for the present. Washington, Jan. 1-Income tax

i .T, r,9 renewal of strength,which comes these estimable families from in their our Nelson Dowling visited his brother, forms to all Americans who made returns -
midst but wish them success last week.
W. II. Dowlinc, one day for last year were mailed to-
1' easiest through nourishment.Scott'S new homes. Dewey Duke, of Olustee, visited day. The period for filing returns
and daughter,
be able to stand Mrs. Addie Blume relatives here Sunday. I started today and ends March 15. The
RIDES; TO A CONFESSION I i erable at times and Miss Josephine, left Sunday for a I
I in the sunshine on a hill top or to visit with relatives at Plant City. Mrs. P. P. Dekle and son Julian Internal Revenue Department announced
1t I wanted time to think (clearly i! touch the stars on rare occasions Emulsion B. L. Duke left Sunday for Kingston visited relatives in Lake Butler that money spent on New
':.II; Curtis Wright was the kind who a silence, then, "nobody wants to be a where he has accepted work. Thursday. I Year's celebrations was exempt. The
anything but the vegetable." Pauline and Christina Fair- normal tax rates are two per cent of
would not accept Is a practical: aid to health and Mr. and Mrs Rowan Johnson have Misses I
truth and something in his manner "You're a little philosopher, he moved to the Ben Carney place. cloth visited relatives here Monday I the first thousand dollars above exemptions -
warned me that I would gain nothingby { answered; "at any rate, your opinions strength If you are pale, underweight Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Johnson visited M. C. Roberts spent Saturday and four per cent on the next
deception. Things/ were chaotic are fresh and entertaining." !; or weak, Scott's is the relatives near Starke Sunday. Sunday with Dana Duke. four thousand, and six per cent on
now. The whole evening had been We passed through/ the gray City that builds Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Dekte were Among the visitors Here this week the balance. The surtaxes apply to
crowded with hideous incidents pass-! Gates that have guarded the city well restorative i.J, guests of II. II. Dowling and Mrs. B. were: Elder J. R. Dukes, Willie Par- incomes of ten thousand and over.
leg swiftly one after the other and I through all the picturesque years you up Mature1 wnv- ;\ L. Duke Sunday. rish, Andrew Knight, Walter Brooks,
longed for the sunshine and tran- that have passed over this romantic through iiou-l i: hmcnt.4.TI Mr.\ and Mrs. L. G. Johnson gave a Price Dukes and son Woodrow, Rose. Resolve to grow legumes this year.
quility that comes with the morning/( spot discovered by Ponce de Leon In
after. his nuest for the fountain of youth. f" lit ft. r .." . 'it --- -. ----- .- .- --- ----

;"I'm tired-awfully tired," I final I Old Fort Marion was on the left with and maintenance of good roads, the I
ly said. Then suddenly I decided howI its antiquated charm, and touristsHtrolled improvement of the public school and -
their --- f..IiO AOH
situation "I wantto along the dancing bay,
handle the
would Its facilities, and impartial us'N
In the warm _
tell you about the bathing Suit white clothing fluttering administration of the law, the safeguarding FOLKS T( TRCir1G Se ME AGROap
Ted Billings," I continued in a brink breeze. : a sraeatTiRAHBtb
and / of the public health, encouragement 61MpW _
languid manner, "tell you what I'll "The drive over has put an edge on of the agricultural, citrus. OUR _
do. Take me to St. Augustine!' tomor- my appetite," my companion declared horticultural and mining industries IN
row for luncheon and we'll talk it all "Where do we lunch" he asked of the state, the conservation of the I
over." "The Alcazar Grill," I replied."There'll oyster and fish of the I' TOWN
"No, Sallie," he answered sternly, be music and interesting state, drainage of the
.'. "I've got to have this thing settled tourists and-" 'I justice to labor and EvergladeM'1
tj i 1 now-I won't be made ridiculous, I "The story you promised about the' other interests that tend POP MUST
.,! tell you-" bathing! suit and Billings," he added. I fare and happiness of the people. HAVE HIS.JOKe.
'! "But what about four o'clock in the His manner had changed and 1 I But above everything, let us constantly .
|jl i morning/ I Interrupted, "long I ex- noticed he spoke with decisive sol remember that the greatest ,
t I planations, are certainly not sa-lu-bri- emnity. The time had come when 1 I need to the security of good government -
ous." I quoted his very words and must explain.: The sun that shone drawled out the last word In a exaggerated brilliantly in my heart sank swiftly training for good citizenship-the Y
I of I I + t 1/
manner. A glimmer behind a cloud. youth of the state. And in so doing )
amusement dawned in his eyes. (To bo continued!) the Democratic principles of rtiwe lla .
"All right he conceded, "you win ( n _'0 ___'__ ment of the people, by the govern-I I vy ,
as usunl, but tomorrow there will bel' fur the people will be erhw r ,
no hedging./ I Ij GOV. Martin tained. .

l' I changed my track three times the I "M fellow citizens, permit me to t---J -r. t--
j 1 next morning./ After colfoo and a de-'I express to you my deep appreciationand
in room, I no- !I Aims for the great honor
l i licious grapefruit my I Tells gratitude -j OOO 1'JEW3.3OYS
I tlced it was almost noon and time we | you have generously conferred 'c- r-- L. :
I II ? I I 6' Owl$& "IbH'GRIrAT';
were starting. Finally, I decided on a upon me. It is a great responsibility A COOFOO F--1 INTEREST IN THE DRAWING-
I I smart little Sport frock of xaphho :i,. The inaugural address by Governor '- and task. I realiz" *hev, kness of 'MFS THAT f HE f CONTEST, VM6 'AvE DECIDED
I j blue homespun and a close fitting John W. Martin delivered in Tallahassee human nature and my own limitations 7- OlyrAnc, hEH Tt AWARD FlrTSEN O tu)
I I hat of the exact color. follows: and you may expect me to com- po f HEH PRIZES INSTEAD: .. THR_=

, 1 I made my appearance on the "In this hour, on this impre'.awe mit errors but I ask your councel and "- AI + NEH i A& FIRST, PlANHEP.GLOVES errC. ?; ?'_t5 ALL
{ L %1
: j ( verandn. Curtis Wright was walking occasion, I have taken the sojonm) indulgence. I !go into office wholly f- s J' V OF A WELL UNOV>N HAKE
I It1,I 2 back and forth as if he had been oath of the ollice of !govcin c.f Florida free and unhampered to serve. The office \ TMS KIND THe BIGLEAGU -
I 4 there a long time before me. I!i at prescribed by the i')onsttutic! : belongs to you. It shall be con 'A 1 r I ) *6 ue a IP YOU
I I4 I lie looked at me closely. "Are you and the law. Thus, the man late of ducted as yours. It will not be rfecesjsary TJ ARB WINNER' YOU CAN
t it y'. twelve or thirteen years old<1 thllli" the people as expressed In the. emo- for the people to speak to me alI.' '! on HAVE BAT THE YOU KIND VS4ANT OF GLOVE A
I morning" he smiled and inquired. <; cratic primary and confirmed in t.o! 1 Indirectly, through any agency, individual i ll PITCHERS CATXH0JS O .
i" _' -1' "I don't know about that but I feel general election has born fully exe- or group of men, and I shall (1 % FIRST 6ASEMAMS OUOVB J
j S too good to be true .to anybody," cuted and scaled. It was your wish and I not speak to them in any other hut a S t1 'BASe RUTH' OP/TV CO66
I flippantly answered. decision to place in the hands of yrur direct manner. The office shall be BAT AhN KINO NOU WATT
j I Ve crossed the bright/ bridge fellow citizen who addresses you this i open to all of the people. With the 1 1 Tt U. us DRAWINGCONTEST ON THB BACK OF

spanning the St. John's river. Thun- j great responsibility and trust. I ,[aid of the patriotic lawabiding citizens OPEN VtXJft Ib ALL BOYS A&E6
%\'. Bering over its length: I caught my have accepted it. In return, I pledgeyou and with full and implicit faithin i 3 TO 16 INCLUftrvS. DRAW IN
breath at the sparkling gaiety of the I the use of my best talents and I Him the supreme ruler of the destinies INK6&NO POAvWIHOe CAKE
'water. At the distant sky-line were consecrate myself on the altar of of all governments and men, I TH* fVvPea. REMIMBEA"TNt
I soft, rose-tinted roofs: of houses duty to honest, courageous service. I look to the future with hope and confidence E"o'wAao IOBA 16 TO CRAW THT
barely peeping from the vivid green "Let us today bury and forget political ." GiLO1 BEST Pvrroag oP 'I\oP'LAoJbHI':
branches. I differences and animosities and
The day was like late summer with abandon sectional distrusts. The HIGHLAND
'I' a hint of autumn in the air. New I well-being and prosperity of the state ._
Highland, Jan. 16-Albert Lamons ------- ---- - .-- ._
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Year's Day in Florida-I had seen a I II can mean only happiness and benefits spent the week-end with relatives in
New Year's Day in New York when j I to the people. Every citizen is an GainesvilleII. I
all was sleety and dark and the head I integral part of the state government i. \Vlmberly, Jr., returned Sun
lights of automobiles skidding about and has his share In its operation. day from a business trip to Tampa ,
I on the crowded thoroughfares/ stared I This responsibility!'! should not be I and Wildwood. I
through: the gloom that envelopedthe shirked. Loyalty to the state does I Porter Allen left Saturday for his
noontide. |away with misunderstanding often home at Coleman I FOR SALEShafting
As we turned into the San Jose the breeder of discontent and prejudice :l!i Mrs. Wingate and children of ,
Boulevard on the St. Augustine IIll'h-1: It behooves us, therefore, to. Ktarke, spent Saturday here with MrWingate. '
\ way, passed a whole family in a have honest confidence in one another. I
Ford, apparently equipped with In this way and through harmonious I I !Mrs Harrison :Moslcy and baby
every convenience for camping. i effort and cooperation, the best turned Saturday from visit with rp-I --
; "How would 1 you like that, Sallie" I results can be accomplished { ativeH in :Miami. Her father accompanied -
Curtis Wright was anticipating my ] "The growth and advancement of ,I her home and will be their''
answer I the state depends upon proper development I'guest for several weeks. I I
.. "Ugh!" I shuddered: "too many I and I utilization of the state's !Mr. and.! Mrs.V.. W.\ Wimberly I I
'1 babies, too much rattle and not diversified and magnificicnt resources. I,I spent the week-end here the guests of |
enough hot water," I replied sharply. )I In keeping with this, it shall be ,,, his parents, !Mr. and. :Mrs. H. C.
.. "And yet, Sallie, look at the con- : my steadfast purpose to devote and Wimberly.
: tentment on their faces. That young direct my energy and ability to aid Mrs S. A. Bryan, of Baldwin visited
girl has checks like red roses. There I I in affording the people of this /great I relatives here :Monday 1 I
Is not one of your friends with that I commonwealth an honest and efficient Oscar Marr, of Live Oak, visited
sort of happiness In her eyes caused administration of governmental his aunt, Mrs. T. C. Wilkinson, last''
I. from the sheer joy of living" I fairs with the least possible af'l week. Hangers
"Don't you think their happiness "It shall be my pleasure and Mr, and !Mrs. J. C. Carter are re-
comes from Ignorance and lack of' est effort to cooperate with the other j I jceiving congratulations on the arrival -
ambition" I fenced. departments of the government in of a fine boy Dec 27th.
"Oh, I'm not saying I'd like to be I securing for the people a reductionand )I I Mr and Mrs. Boggs and O. P. Pulleys
the head of the family or anything: equalization of taxes, economy Boggs were visitors to Jacksonville I
like that, but I maintain that a lot of and efficiency in office, the building Tuesday.
unhappiness is caused from too much B. Williams, of Jacksonville, was I

knowledge" about the superficial. valuesof I To Cure a Cold In One Day a week-end visitor here.G. ENGINE
life. Tike LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE (T.blet.>. It M. Sistrunk and C. F. Hoover
"I thing contentment brings!' stagnation tope the (audit unit Hed.che rod work off th. of Starke wade a business trip here I
!kOVE :.. iI
and I'd much rather be mis- CoM E W;( S lnn.tur.oa ach joiCushman Monday. I i

!Mrs II C. Wimberly, :Misses Beth I
I and Winifred Wimberly and Ethel
, .
]Kick motored to Waldo Sunday. I
Mrs. W. R. Wimberly, of Lovett
several the of II. Having installed electric motors for have
I Offset Motors spent days guest C.i i power, we
Wimberly and family this week. I

II. L. Wilhoit visited his family at the above equipment for sale.
Dude City. Sunday. I IMr I''
: and Mrs. F. D. Lang: and children -
For were visitors to LawteylondIlY.: .

PKINTEKS-ASkEU 1O Engine. --I. H. C., horizontal type 6-horsepower in
HONOR: BKN.; FUVNKL1NIndiiiniipiilis

IntertypesLinotypes I I Jan 10.-Printers in good running condition. Burns kerosene,; equippedwith

the I'nitnl Mates: are asked to oh-
''I| s.'rtl1l' anniversary of the birth of magneto, coil, extra igniter. Shafting 1 9-16
I I I Bt-njiuiun Franklin Jnn. 17 I\l-! : ,, ton
i statement issued by JIIIIW.1.: diameter, with connections; all size pulleys, wood and
of the International\
Lynch president
Linographs J Typngriiphual Union which has steel. Hangers and boxes. All material offered as
f! hl'n.lqu.u.ter" here.

I i I rn-sidont Lynch will address a banquet good as new, and will be sold at a sacrifice.
of Old( Time Printers' ASMHatlon
The last word in unit. )
power. Compact Quickly! : Chicago on that date, and he

installed. Simple of operation.One r I plan urges suitable association nh \'r\'ancea.in other cities to '

rianklm, as n historical figure is I
I de''rung of n larger share of attention ->
of those motors has just been added to the Bradford
than hhag received in the pastMr.
County Telegraph equipment. I \ I \'lll'hnu!. "It is proper that
I printers should pay tribute .innualls.
( to their patron saint. Franklin's life BRADFORD
wile for DeUiU I COUNTY
i ". land his, philosoptu' offer/ a splendidnodi
.1 f.r his fn'r"fl.01'n.!! II,-
.iner, as ,1 printer, business man,
CUSHMAN ELECTRIC CO. writer, statesman' man of science and, '
: diplomat reveals the heights to which TELEGRAPHr'

I Concord, N. H. I II "'la journeyman Benjamin Franklin printer may was rise.horn" in | I I

J I Boston in ITOtf and took up the print-''
I I ing trade nt an early age.

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FLORIDA WEEKLY IN- T A T alVilL a Starke I r 11

/News, of Florida in Short Paragraph 1! ,i nt'sTIllRE! \ IE" II I, ,

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Live State News :! ,I'|' city New to !be;:Smyrna-Corporate definitely extended limits to Atlantic of- I -; II I

I ocean beach. Mr. Daujjhorty Zeus Something of ,I I'I

a {'. t._,.... .. .,. .m.,___ww,_ ..___--I: I la;. .. t to Stur:,,: 1 I....:.. I
| Lake Worthf'ropo.ed improvements -
Told by Our Exchanges. on Hypoluxo Island to cost I There nothing more convincing,
than the statement of I
someone you
'u.J I $ 5.000. know and have confidence 11, That's ,
IBBDI _"""' _
=mllHDllllIImII! _' I
why this talk with Mr. Pn-v': of ,
i crty
Daytona-Deusion., has been reached '' between Chicugi and Miami, crashed I I Stuart-a7,000-ucre tract in Plant Cherry street, should be mitthty help ,
Beach county, along line of new
to launch ful in Starke.
a drive here next Marchto into a freight train north of Deer- I
raise $-tOOooo for a modern Y. M. I field this afternoon, derailing the !II Florida Western & Northern Railroad \V. E Dougherty mini-t t I'. Cherry ASPIRIN 'j
C. A. building. The to be developed. St., "'lul'kl', says: "I utrered, from
amount fixed will
engine of the Florida and the cabooseof '
terrible backaches. It was ,di llult to6et
provide for lot, building and equip- I the freight. The fireman of the I Miami 1924 building operations around and I couldn't WI"> k much

ment. Floridian was reported slightly in in Miami and Miami Beach totaled in my 1 irarclcn: with the hr.I'rains' \

DeLand-The I jured. Wrecking crews were dispatched $25,000,000.: Census gained 410 per in my bnck. The kidneyc Tcttons
electric maximum rate on I from Miami to the scene, eigh- I cent from 1'JIO\/ to 1921, and 300 per parsed too often. I used D an's Pills I SAY "BAM '
current used here has been and cured of R ASPIRIN"Inl
reduced from 13 teen miles north of Fort Lauderdale. ,, cent from 1920 to 1924. was the attack p _H",_ .INSIST'' .. .'
to 11 cents per kilowatt air. IInuhl'rty: is only n.' of many
hour by the Florida Public Bradenton Starke pi ,>ple who have J gratefully: endorsed -
Service Company. The reduction be- DeLand--Building permits for 220 voted for civic-improvements.$783,000: bond issue Poan's Pills. If your. back Unless: .\mi :vo ilu- "HIVLT' \ Crll; :-." on tablets you are "

structures were issued by Building aches-if your kidneys ho her you, nut ,
came effective with January bllla. iettiinj; ( tit, genuine
This is the Inspector John O'Neill 'of this city ; don't simply ask for a kidney Ma\er Aspirin proved safe:
second reduction within a Tampa-$1,000,000 bond issue voted -ask dist.Mily, for l. ,\:N'S PILL by millions duel(
year. during 1924, calling for an estimated for construction of new school the same that Mr. Diuighirty had- : pi escribed: by physicians 24 I years for
expenditure of $5U5,500. In additionto
I buildings. the renu.y: !hll' ke Wauchula-Actual work on the this total the city spent $550,000 mony. I I'D() ;' its at nil ,.utort,,". Foster.
construction of the new Women's on municipal improvements and I Mammoth hotel and sanitoiium, Mllburn Co. Pr .p"., "U II'n.' N. Y. Cohts Headache
Club building" begun in earnest this other structural work sent the total combining features of Mayo clinic "When Your. Ha.'k is Lnmo--Remem '

week when u score or more of workmen up to $1,350,000, it ic estimated. Of I and Battle Creek hospital, to be erect- ber the Name Pain: Neuralgia

began moving dirt to'make way the total building permits issued ed in Florida by Chicago surgeon. ATlII.MPr: I II \M SI'IMNr.S: ---- -

for the foundation. The building $390,000 property.St.\ .worth were for residence Plant City-Work to start on $30- MAY DI1KKI': NATIfUU. ..--- TI I llthache LumbagoKlieiun.it f ) '
probably will be ready for occupancy 000 street improvement program. OUTLET: I IS DECLAUKl: -t
by February 1.
Petersburg-Improvement! pro- NluriIk; j Ii ism
Tampa Plans for
construction Any effort to dam the waters of
Winter Haven-Elaborate: preparations jects representing expenditures to- I
of two city bridges
; aggregate that have their in
Kprngs source
are under way here for the taling dollars were underway
annual orange festiMil to be staged and others contemplated that cost $70U,000. |J I' limestones such as is the case with Accept only R.-nc'r" pick.Tire which contains pun .MI iliuvtis.' .

here January 28 to :HI. With the cooperation will call for many millions more as Lake Worth Ground broken for the large springs of': Florida probably lluii.l l) "Ia'r": bars of Ii U tablets .Msol.i.ttl l I i 1 I I _

being rendered by Lake- the new year opened here. Outstanding I erection of $35,000 fire station. I IOkeecnobee will result in diversion of the natural Avplrln, I IH tliu, (rail* ninrb of Mayer Mauhrnnn, of M m ., r i'' ,, ll I !
outlet This has been demonstrated
land business men, it is expected that among the extensive list were: I -
the festival will far surpass In qual- Projects started in preliminary way: -- Slate road No. 8 to 1111, the experience at DeLeon i Springs, I" II I
ity and quantity that of last year. Port, approximate cost $700.000; be widened between KIssimmee river near DeLand in Volusia county ac- business visitor hero Friday.J. .
municipal pier and waterfront and Lake Annie. i I cording to Herman Gunter, state
Wachula-A. a Murrelle, of Miami opment, $1,250,000; free devel-I geologist. I T. l Uuddish was transacting business

and Chicago has purchased some gulf beach $1,250,000: ; hotel, $: Tampa-Building permits issued Early last Tuesday the waters at in Jacksonville Wednesday, 1I&emJ

5,000 acres of land in and around I 000; power company ollicc building, during 1921. totaled $460,830, as compared DeLeon Springs ceased to boil in the
this city and will develop it into a $.0,000. with $2:10,123: last year. original enclosure and begun to spout W. T. Whittield, of Bellview, spent 1 1 ,
high class residental and farm tract, I with great force at a point in the Sunday here with friend
according II. B. Jacksonville : Winter Haven Sub-division of lake to the Uncle John
to Rainey, local realtor negro, suspected northwest which is fed
if Approximately $200,000 was involved of being the. one who criminally all-I Leonard property under way. I by waters overflowing from the original W. M. Bryan was tran..nl'tinA'-I business ; i- fCcadm' advertisements' ,

in the deal.LradentonBuilding. saulted two white women in the Clearwater-Good headway being springs" a report from that place in Jacksonville Tuesday. seem commonplace to folk may who

town district Saturday and Sunday I< made improving local harbor. ,xaid.Belief II. C'. Wimberly, of let I their ,inclinations, run to editorial !, -
permits issued nights, is under arrest in Micanopy, j i wan expressed there that intense Highland motored JlIk..s--whll have cultivated
here during 11)21) called for expenditures nenr, Gainesville according to advices | Tampa-City wharf on Rex Beach presure produced by raisingthe to Lnvvtey !Monday afternoon.W. appetite.s fer detailednews

totaling $1,191,120 according received here by Detective InspectorC. property being improved at cost of water level in the spring" hud l K.: (vf i crime which can shake
to official records, cost of H. Hurlbert. The authorities at'' $9,750.08.( caused u break in the rock strata at in Toroile was transacting business their, fiutll'/ in people| till it gets

structures outside the city limits Micanopy wired the inspector that a lower level in the lake below. Mr. Starke Tuesday. their goat in time'
limits bring the total to a much higher -I the there I Sarasota--Site on Banana avenue Gunter in that Kill rea.lin' advertisementsIH
negro was apprehended concurs belief.
figure, is stated. A large increasewas selected for erection of $3,000,000hotel. Mr. Nobles, u prominent attorney, a pastime by tho way, where ,
there yesterday afternoon and that This ix the first occurrence of the Jacksonville, was the xpeaker' at \vn post. qurselves on values. In '
1 shown in the number of homes I he partly anew erea tho description of ( kind recalled by the state geologist Urnce :M. B I church Sunday morningat tho markets of today .
covered by the permits. I "
the for whom the here hough we have no need of"blfcalns"
negro police j I Manatee-$142,000 bond issue vot- however, in connection with raising the regular preaching hour.
Sanford Outstanding developments -I have been searching since the as ed for extension of waterworks. and the head of cpringH in Florida. Difficulties / in tho stuff the weeuuidn't
saults. II I II (i. W. Roberts use, yet we tnsto
in Seminole! county and Sanford I'! sewer system. of this nature have been experienced und H. L. !lltinehnrdmotored charm of business which in. bet-

predicted for raze: are: success j I Tallahassee-North Dakota wants I in other purls( of the country to Clay lIill Sunday afternoon ter'n lots of "news."
I .
ful floating" of a $1,500,000 bond issue 'tu set Florida right before the Fort Pierce-New building pro- where streams were dammed in 1 frequently' go ".hoppin"'in
country -
for good roads in the county jects include $IiOOOO hotel, $20.000 InneHtone regions for water (lowerpUrlflst'R my favorite. magazine--where!
if the M.
original resolution adopted j Bryan is having.. ,
completion of Lake Monroe bulk- apartment house and 20 new dwell- ( and frequently much of the euttngethoroughly display IH fiixciimtin' of the
two years ago asking this state to j ings. repaired goods I haven't seen. I'll
heading/ erection of a municipal water impounded IH lust through the ,
investigate circumstances -
surround-1 i I run arrant a motor-bun or fancy
broadcasting/ station, and development Inl.tho death of Martin Tabert In'' Baytona-Florida East Coast completes development of new sources. of outlet The stia\'herry season! in on unless "''''den hen- mid I'll strike the

of high-grade subdivisions any way operated against l>'lol' da. In J construction of passenger station in the cavernous limestone. old 1 man freeze. j Interfere Ten crates flung I'm look I,,' fer, say, nine

writing to the commissioner of agriculture One of the nut-Handing experiencesof were shipped from here Monday.J. amen" nut of tent I I1t"IIlin'
Canal Point Word has been
received | II. and J. ,'. advertisements when
here regarding the case, 0. t this character has been that at picked live of
here that a meeting will beheld Tampa-Bond issue of them. The berries I've nolliin' much 10 do makes
Grimson, who represented North Dakota $3,500,000 Austin Tex., it is xtutecl where years me unusually
i before the legislature meets of a idi'iisiint. little journey In the
senntots and representatives from I in representations. made here on 'proposed for improvements in northeastern were devoted 1 to efforts lo dam up the large und the primped, for a lai ... Knlni of I
counties. In the Everglades drainage behalf of the Tabert family, said: "1 section of city. Colorado; river for city water supplypmpnsri. crop Is very proniiHinir.. while, .l'n,$1I1 inn in tho "news
i I have never known of a case where and After hundreds' of thotisuiids Tim may slu' my peaceful breast, I
distuct which Orlando Fruit
at drainage matters ( vegetable shipments Luwtcy 1111"11"V it II UKII, .
such of dollars were spent and sonu' how like to stick around!
will be discussed, for the purpose of such splendid response wax made, and j from Orange county during ''ililFeienl, eiiKinceiM had. worked 1 many families' enjoyed nn oyster supper', and,,I I J I Ihu Job that pays me beNt!
good results on
I determining the policy to he pursued accomplished as by j pant twelve months valued at $5- :'the .scheme. basket picnic at their hull Tuesdiiv
: a dam built
Florida in this Martin Tabert matter. wax only
at the session. 710,735. evening. A good. .
next legislative ---. lie left high and' dry hy the river / time was 1.1.,1.| ,

Key West-p7TT Wilson of Miami, Tampa The Hillxborough county Lake Worth-Approximately $310- I finding" another outlet through tho I J'. I L. DlnkinN[ of .Imksnnvillo. ,
has purchased the entire island of commission has adopted u resolution ,<000 to be spent for civic improve treacherous limestone that underlay pent Tuesday here at the home' of
Little Pine Key for a consideration on attacking the state road department ments.I, the river bed. his parents. Mr. and.' Mrs i thnrles', '' ,
of $107,000. The island has an acre- charging failure of the depart- A somewhat similar experience... recently Dinkfns.

age of approximately 359;; acres andover ment to comply with an agreementfor Key West-Local cigar factories wax encountered at Tnlludegn, ----..-- ---- ---
six miles of water front on Mon-a j widening and paving the River-I i report, 1921 one of most successful Ala. The spring", that luid furnished l'lINC1.1fUING:" ; III'1.t1f111IiN ;
roe county. It has been utilized by view road, which is said to be a part :}years in history of industry. the city with its water supply" wax :" "-llti'.It'IN/i" CASH

t farmer; in raising tomatoes, but will of State Road No. 5. It was pointed found to be contaminated and a substitute 10 |liiIN:(. ;; ,,::1'J/ ll'' iSll.tl'i:: --i -- -.
Jacksonville warehouse Don I I I. prod the I
out by the $25,000 I "" moon to say
commissioners that -
be turned into a subdivision by Mr. I being! erected Market wax sought in u nearby creek, Orlando/ .' when to. the
Wilson. road department had agreed to begin J at and Fourteenth it was daninu-d up ulIl.Lu have the 1111. 4.-The last of foui'i ,phial rrgw> ; moon has
t 1 streets tnterHlnte+ "Commerce 'other tilings tn 01...
and ('lIlIlIlIi IUI.. )
widening paving the road as bottom drop out, supposedly because f Bradenton-The .tiethodist church soon us the Bayshore road was completed Lakeland Contract awarded at of the limestone bed. hearings on the widely-discussed --

I at Manatee celebrated the seventy- I' affording u new route into 3$208,250( for street paving work. :Still:; another cause cited is that at "top i ington Icing" case will begin in Wash Don bore the .."w'" horn for hollow -
fifth anniversary of its founding with ( Manatee county. Although the Bay Albany, Gu.: That city built a power on Jan. (0 I, in-cording( to a horn, nor split her tall for hollow-

a jubilee which was participated in I' shore road had been completed for New Smyrna-,.1,000-acro tract in dam some years ago, afterwards discovering Oirtw telegram[ received hero today by .1, tail ; !put. feed in her xtonmch.
by many of the pioneers, some of six months or more the commissioners :Sumsulu district to be developed into sink holes through whl..h.of' KohlnHon, secretary-manager -.--

,, whom have been attendants for fifty I declared that apparently no effort t truck; farm. water wax seeping, and, It was found the Growers and Shippers/ League, Citrus fruits can be made Into
years. The church is credited with I had been made by the state road department necessary, it is said to dump trainloads and' It ix hoped that t the findings and 'many delicious dishes, or they can
being the first regular organized to improve the Riverview Tarpon Springs-New office building of cement into the pond I to decision, / of the conimiHHiun ton be form important ingredients of such

church {in Manatee county I road. nue.I being constructed on Tarpon ave- stop !leakage through, these outlets.. before February! 1. II IIeq..h..d l dishes..

Wherever construction of dams iscontemplated
.I Cocoa-Orange growers in the In- I 1'LOIUU.L WHITE O.N;; MAP: -
;, in limestone. regions
\ dian River district will net two mil Tampa-Contract to be awardedfor II ,,
According to the business of wharf I thorough investigation should precedethe
map appearing improvement in Hondry
lion dollars on this year's crop, it is
I in The Nation's Business. a and Knight channel. actual bcgining" to definitely determine i
estimated. The will total
crop monthly Florida the nature of the subsurface
million boxes, it is said, and represents I shows all white magazine for ,the month of again December Wachula-Value of building per- formations, it N suggested by Mr. Prosperous Farmers Make A
one of the best productions ever
indicating that business mits issued in 1921 estimated at Gunter.
recorded ill the district. All but about conditions 2 -
$ B.OOO. --- --
25 per cent of the yield is shipped to in this state have remained LAW'IRY

I the New York market, and the balance good throughout the month of December Lake Worth-Ten houses and public Prosperous Community
goes to Philadelphia Boston and Chi I a feature of this being the school building being erected on Lnwtey, Jan. 1(1( -Mr. and !Mrs. J,.
cago. fact that it is the only state east of Olympia property. II. Hill were visitor to Starke Wed
the Mississippi river which .shows tins nesday.

Miami-Arrests momentarily were advantage. Pensacola-Contract to be awarded -
expected as police and county authorities Only one other state on the map for two additional miles of paving !Mrs. J. T. Moore" !Mrs. W. F. Godwin

; continued the investigationsbegun shows the entire state to be white, in Cottage Hill district. and !\fr.... A. C. Talley/ were visitors {. -

last night after the discoveryof and that is Nebraska.. The larger to Starke. Friday.

the body of Calvin A. Palmer, auto- part of Kansas is also shown white. Bradenton-Forty-six permits issued forode
for new residences during first I II Mrs. W. E. Mm (i. W.
mobile mechanic, in a deserted shack Texas also shows a goodly portion in Phis Bank
Roberts, Mrs. R It. Thede Mrx. J. is giving financial aid
several miles south of Miami. The the good area. As a whole there is I 17 days of December. II. to over one hun

body, with a gill stuffed in the mouth i very little difference in the business Bunnell-Plans under way for construction Corrodine to Gainesville and daughter" Friday.were visitors tired and twenty-five farmers.

bore indications of strangulation In conditions in December from in No- of $10,000 Masonic temple.St. .
addition to several skull fractures. A vember. !Mrs. M. i K.: Edwards; of Starke,
blood-stained iron bar was found be- The map of a year ago shows the Augustine-New high school was a visitor here Thursday. I Give us your banking business and we will help

side the dead man. entire northern portion of Florida in building being erected at cost of $80-
the shaded area, which represents '000. Mr. and Mrs. Hagen spent Sunday more.
St. Petersburg-More than four fair business. The central and southern with relatives in Brooker.E. .

million persons paid fares on St.Petersburg's portions only were white at that Fire protection is everybody's prob-
municipal railways last time. Business in the extreme north- 'lem; not only the obligation to go and D. Wells wax called to Jacksonville -

year, according to reports publishedby west this year over last has declined help in an actual conflagration, but last week on account of the illness

I Stanley :Martin, director of finance, as the map shows in December last also to help In preventing fires. of a brother.

and R. E. Ludwig director of public year the whole of Washington to be Individual initiative, energy and Mrs. J. T. Moore and! Mri. W. I.
utilities. for the exclusive
year in the white area and the map this ambition, the driving force which has I Powell were visitors to Gainesville
of December, amounted to year shows it to be shaded or'fair built Saturday afternoon.Rev. .
this nation
is the
great State
J 21107335. The number of passengers business. Lawtey BankConducted
that is today remaking farm life in
; carried in 1923 was 3,911,000, re I The black area which denotes busi- America and making it pleasant for R D. Bevis filled his regular

.I { !! ness to be quiet, is gradually disappearing both girls and boys to stay on the appointment at tho Melrose Baptistchurch
f) and this month only shows it farm. last Sunday.Mr. .
15908727. I m northern Maine of Ken on the soundest of banking principle
tucky. and Mrs. Taylor, of Illinois,
Barnyard manure left exposed to Prompt and efficient
Miami-The Floridian, crack pas were looking after property interests service
senger train of the Illinois Central rain and sun for a few weeks loses here Wednesday. .
0 I Sprouted oats furnish one of the from 40 to 70 per cent of its value.
best sources of green and succulent
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Torode
feed for the poultry flock during win- There is nothing in which God asksso children spent Sunday with relativesin and 4 per cent paid Savings Deposits

666 ter. little of us and gives so much ai Windier.
in the planting of a tree.Selected.The .
To keep ink from spreading when i,
ta a pn>cHpU.. lot C. ll. Sapp and daughter, Beulah E. S. Matthews Pre .
A. L.
Colds Grippe, Dengue. Headaches marking clothes, first trace with al j first farmer was the first man, were visitors here Saturday.J. Taylor, Cashier j
heavy pencil and then and all historic
Constipation. Biliousness go over the nobility rests on possession
II U U. -.t .1"47 nad7 w. tan'. pencil marks with the ink. and use of land.-Emerson. W. Andrews, Jr., of Starke, was
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j .. the need for trained social workersin of Gilford, spent Sunday in Midway.R. acting business here last Tuesday

, Florida Is appalling. Fine positions SEW UP THE HOLESIN R. Taylor left Friday morning John Hagan, of Stewart, is the

, I'i& for young men and women who for St. Augustine to spend a few days guest of friends and relatives here

know the circumstances and condi- with l\ia\ son R.D. Taylor.HAMPTON this week.

tions of the state are available.The FARM POCKETSNO -- Mr.\ and Mrs. Lynn Alexander, of

!F >9 cvorb.. 92S + i( i iy Florida State Conference of Waldo, were (visitors here last Sun-

; ___ Social Work, of which Dr. Bristol is Hampton, Jan. 16:::"Mr. J. P. Sulli- day.S..
president will hold its 1925 confer FARMER CAN REGULARLYBUY
D. Walls and
van is the guest of her sister, Mrs. family, of Ft.Payne .
-------- ence at Gainesville February 8-11 and FOOD AND GRAIN Sullivan, of Waldo, this week. I Ala., arrived here lust Tuesday -

f Phones' 2U told 101) Dr. Bristol has issued an invitationto AND PROSPER The First Baptist church, of Hampton nnd took charge of the Hampton

-..-- -,-.-- the people of Starke to Attend. In held their annual election of Hotel. We wish them much successin
r : --- connection with this there will ba Atlanta Ga -(Sppclftl.)-'Tor fifty
this movement.
delivered In U. great
GIRL SCOCTSENTERTAINED: structivc Mormons ever I officers for the Senior B. Y. P.
short course for social and community :years or more the generality of our
Starke.It last Sunday.The E. A. Kennedy and son, Seth, of
!: : leaders. The conference this eotten-growing farmers have been
year Lake Geneva were visitors here
bristled with facts and figures following officers were elected: this
i The members of Troop One of the showing that science proved that the is specializing on the work of the regularly; /going around with holes In President-:-Dr. R. M. Favor week.

'Girl Scouts! of Starke met at the home various worlds were the creation of a Florida Children's! Code Commission I|: their pockets, so to vpoak through Vice l resldent-Ada Nlmmo.
Lucile Johns Monday afternoon at the result of I and everyone knows that the code which dropped any and all profits that BROOKEK
of Supreme Lk* ig and not '. Secretary-Miss. Jessie Williams
commission created bill fostered could and, should have come from
the was by a -
5 o'clock. Tile captain performed evolutionor any other speculative Group captains-No. one-Mrs. H. -
by the Florida Federation ofWomen's ,, their farm operations. "If the South
ceremony for tenderfoot enrollment process. E. Adams, No. Two-Mrs. V. B. Brooker, Jan. 16-Mr. Edd Crosby,
,t and each member was presented with The doctor stated that it would Clubs.! It is fair to expect Is to ever reach any reasonable degree Wheeler. of Jacksonville, was attending to
the club women of the state to be Interested '''Df farm prosperity those holes must
i a tenderfoot pin. only hI< a few years until all who :' I Bible Reading Leader-Mrs. J. V. business here last week.
After a ple ant social hour a salad could afford a powerful radio outfit in this conference, and the 'ba sewed up," said H. O. Hastings, I I Jones. II. P. Gainey, A. L. Green and

i course and hot chocolate were served. could have moving pictures in their club women of Starke should re- leading I agricultural authority and | Mr. and Mrs. Culvert Van Alstine, Henry Shaw spent Wednesday in
spond to Dr. Bristol's invitation. chairman of the Farm and Marketing
own home as pictures have already | of Cocoa, are spending this week Starke.A. .
JUNIOR: CLUBGIVE PARTY Many of the speakers art well i Bureau ot the Atlanta Chamber ofCommerce. I 1
been transmitted in this ,
way. known in Florida: Mrs. W. F. Blackman here. A. Ilazen and family spent last!
The doctor does not draw on his R. L. Dirt and family visited Mrs.flirt's week here.
The Junior Club gave a watch this president of F. F. W. C.; Miss | "I have been In practically every stateIn
imagination for sermons of mother, Mrs. Goolsby, ofNonteocha E. M. Hazen and family spent Sun-
night party at the club house.In character, he has the written authority Elizabeth Shriver, former president; i our own country as well as many I last Saturday and Sun day in Waldo.
a flower contest, Virginia Weeks from the men who are making Marcus Fagg, of Jacksonville; Miss i i foreign countries. I have yet to see
winners. Elizabeth Cooley of the Red Cross section where food and Miss Jewell Moody, of LaCrosso
; and Newn Alvarez were the and will be gladto ; any state or day.Mrs.
these investigations' E. A. and
l. McKinney son, Sunday evening here.
The of merrymakers were and C'ol.: and Mrs. Raymond Robins, grain buying by farmers won the regular spent
group show them to anyone who may feel Everett returned to their home here of Waldo
< Harry Eddy, was a visi
chaperoned by Mrs. R. J. Davis, who of notional famd.! i practice that did not abow relative .
skeptical.You Mrs. J. W. McCollum Gain,.. I I the of those after a visit with her aunt, Mrs. tor here Sunday.
also assisted them in playing various of poverty on part
amusing games. I are cordially invited to any of vole, former president the F. F. W. farmers. On the other hand, I have Scarbough, and her friend Mrs. O. G. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Thomas, of
the services of this church. : I Stra 'horne, both of Waldo.P. LaCrosse, spent Sunday here.
1 At a late hour refreshments, con <- ., wno needs no introduction to never been In any state or section '
, t< listing of brick cream and wafers, 51ETII01l1STSunday : Starke club women, spoke briefly on where food! and grain was grown sufficient J. Pearce and family who have Floyd Wiggins, of New River,

: were served. On each plate was a the; coming quinquennial meeting of at least for hoftVe needs where I been located in the Croft residence on spent Sunday evening here.

: lollypop as a favor. school at 10:00: a. m. E. K. the International Council of Women, I (arm prosperity did! not bow. Main street have comfortable located Charles"ordHworth spent the
) After helping to usher in the new I'erryman, superintendent. to be held Washington, D. C., May |( "If he would" Ih' Southern farmer I In the bungalow owned by Mr. Saxon weekend at Madison with homefolks.

, year with noise and confusion, thc I IJ Next !Sunday there will be servicesut 414. Until recently Mrs. :McCollum hH oould be the richest farn,--r In the on church street. i iH. I School opened here last Wednesday

J young folks departed I for their homes. 11:00: a. m., 2:30:: p. m. and 7:30: p. been chairman of the Florida, division II;i United States !In
m. There will be out of town speakers of the National ('"uncI!. This which he Is. The reason it Isn't business visitor here this week. Albert Surrency spent Saturday in

CONCERT"JANUARY IUTH! on the subject of The Centenary )j,council contents of all prominent wo prosperous In hecn"i ho persUta, In Rev. IIicks, of Waldo, pastor of the I Starke.

,I I Ik' -- and the wonderful work done through': j) men's organizations such as the D. I following a farm system that lias Baptist church here filled his regular : David and Roy Green were out

f I The music department of the Wo the efforts of the centenary fund. The I t JA. R., W. C. T. U. and General Fed- j proved a failure th. world over r"- appointment last Sunday morning hunting last Monday morning, when

man's Club will put on their concert members of the church will bring a | oration, and 1 is in turn affiliated with ]I gardless of the pnrtlcular crop groWl and evening.The Roy accidentaly shot David with no

f on the evening of January 19th, audited basket dinner, which will be servedat the International organization.Thu I "Tho Smith's dependence on cotton subject used at the morning serious injury except in on eye.Ve

i I by out of town talent. Entire the club house, at one o'clock. All International Council was and the regular p.irchaso of food '\nd service (was "On the edge of !success" all wish him a speedy recovery.

'.; net proceeds to gu to the building visitors from out of town churches established in Chicago during the "{ grain from other sections Is tho real For the evening service the subject Mack Hough, of Dunnellon, was
, fund of Woman's Club. are cordially invited to this dinner. used was "Elements of church here last week.
i World's Fair of 1H1CJ: and has met I cause of the Southern farmer's lack
1.; \ An interesting and varied musical Prayer meeting Wednesday evening every five years since that time. The | it pro perlty. And things are not go. strength." Mrs. Loca Clemmons, of Miami, is

.' progrnTn is being arranged and the at 7:30.: last meeting was held in Norway, in leg to get right with our farmers until Mrs. W. R. Jackson, who has been visiting her parents, !Mr. and Mrs.J. .
patronage of the public in solicited. The pastor, Kcv. C. F. Starnes, and, 11120. thpy quit having their smoke housesIn very ill in a hospital in Macon, for J. Morgan, this week.

I. Committee: in charge Include: I wife lire working earnestly for the Mrs McCollum Chicago or Omaha and their corncribs several weeks returned to her home Mr. Wiley Kelley and mother, of
Mrs. U. E. Knight/ general chairman. welfare of the church, and hill congregation urged everyone to i In Iowa or Kansas here this week. Her condition is much Now River, spent Saturday here.
, Advance ticket sale: Mesdames A. consider themselves fortunate cooperate, even in a small I way, to improved.W. .
the of "Tho 1923 cotton crop In going to Mrs. L. Morgan was visiting' in
l 5: Z. Adkins O. L. Mean ley and Miss in having such a wise spiritual success. this woman's movement be one of the most expensive to make P. Birt, of Louise, was trans Lake Butler Thursday.

'" ':' -. 1 Hilda Struth. lender. I we have ever seen. Food, grain labor
:Mrs. I ,
:' Committee: on- publicity: Miss\ Under the auspices of the missionary Pepper, president of the and fertilizer are all high Every

; :i Florence Matthews' Mesdumes E. L. society, :Mrs. Thornton String- Twentieth. M. Bristol Century Club, and Mrs.L. ( I pound of food or grain needed by "
Biggs, J. \V. Andrews, Jr. fellow of Gainesville will lecture of Gainesville, were also -
... i farm family or working live stock
1 1 r Decoration: Mcsduines D. C. Jones,I Monday afternoon at 3:30: at the club each guests of tho Starke club, and should be produced on home acres, J. R. DAVIS & CO.
1 r and responded to a word of greet
;, I K. K. ferryman, R. J. Davis. house. Mrs. Stringfellow has traveled f ing. and that production started In garden

Tw Program committee: Mesdumes AI| extensively in Japan and the Holy The business and In field just aa early as sea
. :. : n. Wall, D. E. Knight and E. K. Per-1 Land, and her lecture is being anticipated session of the after- son conditions will p:nnlt. Home production
; noon
was presided over by Mrs. A. Z. INSURANCEAGENCY
ryman. with much interest.
; of pound ot fopd grain
Adkins, In the absence of Mm. J. H. even
FRIDAY AFTERNOON: : Ritch, and forage noeded for home consump
I"'f BAPTIST CIIUKC1I BULLETIN president. Committee reports
.. tlon on the farm in 1925 will stop up
BRIDGE CLUB were given by Mrs L. A. Davis, and ESTABLISHED 1886
I "" On Sunday, our special interest Mrs. U. E. Knight. Miss Aileen Alvarez the holaa In the South's farm pocket,

k ,, Mrs. F. F. Stump was hostess to will center about the Near East and gave an Interesting report of and It's the only way to stop them up."

I c the Friday afternoon bridge club, at its appeal to the Christian churches the work of the Junior Club. Delegates STARKE FLA.

I'H I her cozy home on Thompson street. in America. There will be offerings were selected to attend the tri- ROAD COMMISSION: TO HOLD ,

i Miss Mablo Weller made high and< taken for this purpose in the Bible I county federation to be held soon in ITS FIRST GATHERING JAN. 15

I$ I't wan presented with a dainty fudge school and, at the morning worship; I. Lawtey. Mrs. J.V.. Andrews, Jr., .

I;" ., apron, while Mrs. J. L. Frazeo made an(] all are asked to share in the attempt Mrs. O. L. Benslcy, :Mrs. Julian Peek, Tallahassee, Jan. 8-The state road -.
''t 1 low and was connoted with a core to help relieve the sufferings and Mrs. E. K. Perryman will represent commission will hold its first quarterly ---

ff: :. pad. of these unfortunate peoples. It is the Starke club. Plans are also meeting of the year and the first

,,' The hostess served delicious chick laid 1 that the average Southern family being made for the sectional meeting under the Martin administration on

en salad, saltines, olives and ice tea. wastes! enough each day to feed a Ito be held at Fernandina on March Jan. 15, it was announced today. A

I ''J Candy was served on the card tables family in famine-stricken Europe.The 3rd, and it ia hoped that delegates tenative budget< of work for 1925

.6 during/ the gumo. pastor will.speak on "The Needsof from Starke will attend. will be presented to members of the I SPRCJAL'wool

Club members present were: life. the People of the Near East" at I board at that time, but it will not be :

I. lames Edward, Burns, O. L. Beasley, the morning service. I' adopted until after another meeting

f, :M. Johns, N. Sttrnberg, I". L. The Bibli .school will meet at 9:15: I; "Hoar Nr..r" that probably will be held some time I

Turner, G. M. Inman, Misses Mubli a. m., followed by divine worship at I Again later.
', i Weller, Aileen Alvarez and Alice 11:00. According to estimates of income,

i Tharln. Invited guests: 'Mrs. J. W. I The Senior, Intermediate and Junior the road department will have avail-

''I J Killian, of Black Mountain, N. C., II. Y. P. U. will gather at 6:110:: p. / able for putting into road construe Charmeen Dresses

I Mrs. I 1). T. Clark, of Jacksonville, m. Evening' worship at 7:30: when tion and maintenance during this formerly

Mrs. J. L. France and Mrs. L. Wy- 'the pastor will speak on "Friend.s "of year a total of 15,312,330.62 The

. nuin. God." It la Interesting and inspiring j estimates show that this will come

: I to learn how the same ties that bind from the following sources: priced to $32.50
. l' JA'KSONWILLLIMSi : men together on earth are the tie Automobile license tags, $1,750.000;

" that unite us to God. That,, is.. rhf.. the department's two cent share of
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t i Curds have Been received nero from same emotions that make human I the three cent gasoline tax, $2,000000 ,-
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.. i! Mrs. W. E.: Kvdfrrn, of Add, Ga., an. 'rtandships I'tronaand tender, when ; gasoline inspection fees, $175- Friday and Saturday
flouncing the marriage of her niece I
transferred to Gad! create a bond and 000; one mill tax: levy $150,000, automobile
m. Miss Lois Williams to Mr. Charles
;. II friendship. in which strength and title registration, $50,000 and
\. Elmer Jackson, on Monday December sweetness linds its highest and fullest federal aid amounting to $837,336.62.
the 2l>th, at Ailel, Ga.
i" Mrs. Jackson was the niece of the :MIDWAY- $10.95Beautiful
annual business meeting of the
., late George !Massey, and, after the ; ..
church will be held Feb. Ith. This
f death of her mother, made her home on "" a, t Midway< Jan. 16-:Mr. and Mrs. O.

t .;. i with, her aunt in Georgia. Although is an occasion we all look forward to A. Thomas, of Lake Duller, were at
. with deal of Members
a greet pleasure. -
i only a small girl when she made her church here Sunday and spent the
> please keep the date in mind.
'i- J I' home in Starke "Lois" endeared herself afternoon at :Mr. and :Mrs. G. W.

(" to and won the admiration of all MEETING: OF W() I.\N'8 CLUB Thomas'.
,f )' who bore witness to her beautiful devotion !Mr. and Mrs. N. II. Stokes, of Muller -

!/;. to her mother, especially in The Legislative Committee, with were visitors to :Midway Sunday. Sport Dresses of

, her last \illness, and to her orphan :Irs. R. A. Weeks us ilmirman, had :Mr Jessie Cole and family, of

\r t sisters and brothers. charge of an interesting; meeting of 'r Lake City, spent Sunday with his

, Her friends in Starke wish her the Woman's Club :.Vednosl'iy: afternoon 7 zv. mother, :Mrs. Cole. Roman '
i much happiness. January 14th. Jnssie Cole and Doris Cole and J. Striped

Dr. L. :M. Bristol, of the sociology C. Denison spent Sunday afternoon

r 20TH CENTL'KY__IlKIIHiK_ CLUBMr. : department! of theUniversity of Florida it Worthington Springs
was the principal speaker of the mot Furnie and
Spires sisters, of Lake
,, : and I Mrs. G. :M. Inman entertained

ite the 20th Century Bridge afternoon and gave an interesting I flutter, were at church Sunday. Newest Shades in Flannels
Club Thursday discussion on the problem of social .1. O. Denison and son, J. C. were arriving -
v evening at their attractive ,
' legislation. hopping at ]Dukes.
t' bungalow home.
Everyone is at present vitally interested John :Shaw: and son and daughter.. __. II
r Mrs. N. Sternberg won first prize, .... ,. .n m
in the need of more | n '
r- and received n bon-bon dish, while constru"-I daily---
the legislation, especially
among/ the gentlemen, J.V.. An- [
"' labor and. other social! matters, IIn,1 I
.' 1.':, drew, .Ir., made high and was presented the clubs of Florida have lent e\er\i S' FREE
f with "
u handkerchief. :Miss
effort! to attain the passage of van-, | .
;:\, Mahle.II'r made low, also. J. J. 'r
ous measures for hotter social uel j ; I II
Truby, and .who ,
was "consoled with a
fare. Dr. Bristol particularly stressed: FLOWERj
'. .. handkerchief and Mr.( Truby with a the need of consistency. and coonlin.-i[ I 'c
cigar. The guest prize, a hand pa'nt-' Early Spring Hats
ed'lIalt and tion in our making and enforcing or. ED! .
i shaker
popper was
laws. Too of ,
la\v .
' many our present \ H.isttnKs '
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presented to :Mrs J. W. Killian, at niiw.ii' Absolutely'
f. Black Mountain. N. C. cannot bo made effective because oft I Free, 5 Seed Pickets of Beautiful

k ; A tempting salad, Inch of coordination. ;i Flowers to ....irh'J.!'. ustonier' !Hast-
I ;' course was served We must also I adapt our social i Ingo' hi'.uitlful! rue 11.' page 1925:
by the hoxtesB.Decides .
\: measures and bills to the locality or ,.; 1 'it.ilon sh! ,ws tli. to flowers In full now on displayMARGUERITE'S
: .. the- Hub members: present, | natural colors Thfront
state for which they are made. :Main cover pic-
there were Mr. tied :Mrs., E. M. Davis bills excellent i ores the gr, ,.at :'lIon.lountaJn Coatedi .
l\r, for other IItate"'oul''( :
and Mm. J. W. Killinn. > M"inorlul _
not be successful in Florida. Tln
-- This Die Se il hock Is the Standard
, PRESBYTERIAN" Woman' Clubs of the state muM Planting Quid.-, with valuable culture
r : work for better social condition. and,( :j / iluvctlons and ac<'units descriptions

i, Sunday school nt 10 o'clock o. m. bring about more constructive ICITHlation of all kinds,' of seeds plants and

.' Preaching at 11 d.i]lock n. m. but it will have to be gradual,( 1:' Congressman F. O. Scott of bulbs It has over :':50 pictures from

G Junior C. E. at ii.lo;: o'clock p. m. and adaptttl to the state. Trained legislators ::- Michigan sued hla wife Edna: 'I actual photographs and Is blxger and

Preaching atto: nMmk, p. m. in our state capital could\ do (above) for divurr. charging extravagance better than over Brim full of Information. ,,

Doctor Tuvk..r', -ri" mn" "Signs: of much toward, the making of b.ttirand and affairs with other It's the mon ux tul Seed Book
"irn. His secretar", Jane Kennedy, ever publishedYou
the Times. List >,in.l.i., more *-uit.ihU> l.ius I
, uas pronounced below SHOPPE
; ( ), told him of the "other need It lor r.ely, reference. al-
by :Nut only ,nrioiiliiift to Dr. Bristol, I "
evvrvmo present as one men. Mrs. Scott fought back, most dally. Be sure to write for ft
of the most interest'me as well as ink do we need trained legislators, but Mentioning the, fmoiiBoer's today; a postcard will do U comes .

1. >est" at Washington, where, l she to you entirely tree by return man.
I k Piles, Cured In A to lt: Days Colds Cause Skip and Influenza laid, her husband met !brother law.

DnuUhiK refund mnner if P\/t OINTMENT: fills LAXATIVE: BROMO QUININE Tiblrt' remar.she makers to gnmble. She mentioned H. G. HASTINGS CO. SEEDSMEN,

flirt.to cure Instantly Itching relieves BJInJ. lJI..llln.lichmn Pllr nr *Prtrtrudlnii. aui* you' ..u_ Tb... U only MM" Nmo UuIu......" several names-and now official ATLANTA Slarke'J
asa get rental sleep efter Brit upplkaiUiu.' We. C. W.GKOVETi UUWlun oo o1 :DUu; Washington U mighty "Jumpy. OA.
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11 I kino InflrvItU .inch ..luurbh I
o bowU, w..fc ludncn, torpid U. r. | I will hold a teachers' examination ,
nt the courthouse in Stnrke, Thursday
0 Bits of LocalInformation : Tutt's Pills Feb. 5th, beginning tI a. m., I

for all grade teachers certificates.\ Aplicants fl q
I' .... .pclfa.ff_! oa th.M I must supply themselves with
I'I. .',, tho bow.l.. mtm oea.a.l I pen, ink and legal cap paper. Jtw
.r. ,and impart into la U>.ere.m.br I
Concerning Our People, Business and I and Mr*. W. M. Wainwrldht, County upcri

Progres of the County and Town. \ Mrs. J.\r.: Mitchell Misses[ Alice _CA KliToF"THANKS"ndllIt'l

I Thnrin and Lucile MiU-hcll motoredto I 0 If 0 +
Jacksonville Saturday.F. I desire to express my .sincere, tl'i

=0What thanks to those who so kindly min +

is the Hoodoo? You will I Get a pair of shoes for -one F. Stump is in Eustis, New istered to the family during the illness
find out. Friday night January 16th. dollar at Stump's i j Smyrna and Leesburg this week on and death of my wife, Anna C. ;, 1

i I-, i business connected with his branch Johansen. Words cannot express niyi I

Go to Stump's shoe sale. I Mrs. Carrie Mills, who formerly 1 stores. gratitude to my neighbors!, and I friomls ,
lived here but is now residing in i ___________ n """"""" for their kindnesses during this "nl I ,

Chancellor Cord Tires, $3.65 for New York, is the guest of her sister, I Dire L. A. P.eynoldst of Raleigh, N. hour. P. A. Johlln"...,. ii

30x3 1-2, at Stern's Garage. (i Mrs. E. D. Card. I C.( is the guest of her mother, Mrs. GET; : \ouu AUTOMOBILE TAGS; ;
I Elizabeth Johns.
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins spent TuesdayIn New Garden and Field Seeds, Sheriff Epperson warns automobile -

Jacksonville. I Northern \grown, Arriving/ at White's I Mr. and Mrs.[ E. D. Cnrd, Mr. La- drivers to secure their 1925) lit'unso I Al ,
Store. Tennessee Green Pod beans a Duo and Mrs.. Carrie Mills motored togs during the next few duyx.I, i iI
Everwear silk hose from 79c Speciality. l-N5-6t. to Gainesville Sunday to hear Gipsy The law does not allow a sheriff to I t
a pair up Stern berg's. I Smith. I extend time for securing license tags The Six-Letter Word That '
I/ and it will bo his duty to arrest. all ,
The Hoodoo 3 act farce for the
Mrs. W. E. Middleton spent Wed benefit of the Woman's Club. I You can always find the new- !I those who fail to comply. Save court |
nesday in Jacksonville. I i est stj lert in shoes at Stern- costa and order your tag today. Solves The Puzzle

Ladies' dresses former price berg's. 1- I

Fresh cheese, and creamery butterat $1'J.50; on sale at $!>.<.).>. Stern- I I
Highway Market. berg's. Rev. C. F. Starnos and L. A. DavIs [

spent Friday in Jacksonvilleattend" 'rENT-A-WORD
Mrs. L. A. Davis spent Monday in The Giant Cord Tire is the best buy i I in({ a district meeting of the !Methodist [ I Ii
Jacksonville with friends.On on the market. See Stern's Garage.A ]' church, which convened at First '

I' church, with Bishop Ainsworth, prej ,r

Christmas day a daughter was genuine Balloon Cord Tiro to j' siding. j I'i ,I Thrift.-systematic aa\ing of your extra earnings--
born to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Silcox. nt rims, with mileage, I '-
teed.your 11.30 for 30x3 1-2 rims.guaran Stern'- LAST WEKlToFliAlUJAINSItuy I W.\NTEP-" -,'h" h.'''; mill, ,clg4, :: I :;.,h; means (freedom (from money worries; it anishes the

Go to Stump's shoe sale.' a :>M.igl.tc Toothbrushand paid..J! K. Ku-kliler. I-Ir1.u.:t.I makes the and(
I Garage. I' (fear of old age; it possible pleasures
: I II secure FKEE a 50c tube of I ------ --- ---- -- -
\"'ANT :n Swcot Potatoes. RoyKutch. of life makes free instead of
Mrs. D. T. Clark, of Jacksonville, Smoked country sausage that MaKlac Tooth Paste. Regular l-D-i-'t! t. comforts( ; it you a man a ,I

is the guest of her parents, Mr. and I pleases everyone, at Highway[ Mar (' :$I.lIfI value for 50c. t'orpening'sDrug : I wage-slave. It solves the: questions of life.

Mrs. N. D. Wainwright. ket, phone 23.Mrs. I Store.Mr. FOR KENT-Five room house, electric I

I I lights, and other conveniences. that (New Year Resolution! Come in today
\ 1111I111': s. T. N. Limlmuirh, Mrs.'A.
Col. and Mrs.[ J. L. France spent Annie Fields, of Youngstown Apply to G. M. Sistrunk. Starko. I
several days in Jacksonville this Ohio, and G. E. Walker, of Mercer I'' :M. |Iurby, :Mrs' F. A. Scutt, Dr.i 1-U-2V. and open a bank account. Or if you are already a
'i' and :Mi <. J. J. Hullen\ und duuichtor ,
week. I Pa., are guests at the home of Mrs. that rwolution (In deposit a certiin "-.
Ada Sauers. j i, June, ore iinuniK the Slarko people FOR SALE-Pair' of good! farm' depositor
"Lulu" iulio. have motored to iainusvillo to mules. Will sell either or of
Take ]lessons of flirting from separate amount your earnings regularly.
in the Hoodoo. Did neighbors tell you '|i heiir (;tipsy Smith. pair. J. 1\[. Bruwnleo, Starko.! -U-:t.
I your I
I IIr. about the fine bargains! in shoes --I

on}a .motor and Mrs.trip N.to B.Ft.Hull Myers have gone and they are getting at Stump's? I Men's Slippers Shoes $1.00.$1.00.Ladies' FOR Griflls SALE, one-Good mile farm euxt mull uf! depot U. A., We Pay 4 per cent Interest

Ladies Slippers $LUIilhildren's north of Kingsley Lake road known
other South Florida places. Mrs. Cornelia Long und son, T. T.
I : Slippers $1.00Children's as Lack Simmons plots 12It.. sow
Long, and little daughter; Lois, spent Slippers $1.00 -
:Miss Hilda Struth spent Thursdayand Thursday in Jacksonville with Mrs. See Stump. FOIt I SALE 85 acres citrus land, I BANK OF STARKEThe

Friday [in Wildwood with her sis Long's aunt, Miss! May: Peek. lake County Floridanirrouiided' -
ter, Mrs. L. M. DeShn.Millinery I by orange groves two sMI!". Also '
I r I Mrs. Frances, S. Butler, of North Bank of Helpful Service
Mrs. J. O. Holmes has returned' Branch, Mich., who is a guest in the line City residence, Leeiburg, now I
+ at 1.2 price at I home after| spending several weeks home of Mr. and lira John Up-low, ia renting $30.:; A. M.\ Lundvs Center .
Sternberg s. | in,.Jacksonville with her sister, Mrs.[ confined to her bed! suffering the effects Hill Flii. It I d,j
0. S. White. of a severe cold. Her many '
FOIt SALE:-(Good farm mule by"
Miss Mattie has to
gone friends wish for her a speedy recov
Dick Griflls. mile of Starke
West Palm Beach to spend the remainder -'" one east
Stern's Garage selling the best ery. lake road known
of the winter. ,I on Kingsley! as
tubes, red and gray, all sizes. 30x3 1-2 Lacy Simmons' place. E. M.
I Mrs.[ G. M. Inman has returned
$1.00. I Thomas Starkc. 1-10-lt.
Callis Manning has gone to Jacksonville home after a trip to West Palm

to take a course: at the Barbur's T. T. Long left Sunday for a trip Bench, Sarasota, Orlando and other 1.1-Sl\IAN-WiII: \ guarantee salary You can saveHtUldrcds

College. to Titusville, and also to Miami wherehe I places of interest. $;;0,00 per' week und furnish auto-

<=, I will visit his aunt, Mrs. C. }o'. Suyles. mubilu to several men selling excellent of Dollars
Stern's Garage makes tire adjust Tuesday evening the following per- Ford accessory. Address .

ments on the spot. No delay. I sons went over to Gainesville to hear Salesmunuger, 430 Main, Granville,
Gipsy Smith: Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Ohio. U. hdic'c the new Micliolin
Mrs. M. C. Stith, of Jacksonville, E\ervear hose makes satisfied We
Alderman, !biro' George C. White >m fc>rt Cord will revolutiunizcallmoaxing.
is spending the week with her pa customers. Get Them at Col. and Mrs. A. S. Crews, Mr. an.lMrs. FRUIT TREES-Best prices overheard Twiccavhih
rents, Mr and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. Sternberg's. I S. L. Peek.C. of on pecan tree, satsuma,
pcachot plums, persimmons, etc. as ordinary tires, Jnll.itcil,

II. E. Lagcrgren is in South Flor Hollis V. Knight and Coach WarrenC. F. Hoover spent Monday in Sec me quick. II. B. Wiggins, to Icu than half the I'resaure.
ida, laying out a town site for Col. D. Cowell, of the University of Florida Jacksonville. I Starke. It. It cushion cam .0 !perfectly it
were guests of Col. and biro' D.
E. Knight. E. Knight Sunday. I FOR SALE--Hairy) cows, Jersey! and w'll savcyouluinJrViUof ilol-
I Mrs. J. M. Darby, of Ft. Myers, is Holntein; young cows and heavy Ltrsinrvupkcrpanddcprcciation
Get pair of shoes for one the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Dar J
a Suits and Hats are going/ at I milkers. Concord grapevines. C. It fits present rims and
dollar at Stump'sCol. I by. Letsch, Northwest of highway between -
reduced prices at J. AI. Alvare/ costs' about the same us
(Jualitv goods" at low prices. 'I II highway and lleilbromi llrlJillilrycires.Villyuucume
D. E. Knight and, Mr. Bowman, "ECL\L-Flor1'' Shoe"3, Springs. 1-lU-lt
of Tampa, motored to Macclenny I regular $1 0 seller Mill be sold at | in to tee ill? .
Sunday. Plain and! self rising! Flour at Highway $>S..ii.i.!'!; This special price is" FOR s7\LE-l2"Barrod[ Rock pullets. !j
Market. The best brands for the made to introduce this splendid : and 1 cockerel; 8 Ancona pullet

The Highway Market will fill your least mone '. shoe value. J. 11. Alvarez.W. and I cockerel. All abovo .i 1-2 r ;Smith's i Conine ,,3

grocery order promptly. Phone 28! I months olt!. Sell whole of either lot _

your order. George Johns, of Lake Butler, has E. Baker, of Springfield/ Mass., for 70c each bird. E.: L. Brown, near f Hl'AHKK, FLA.
entered the B. II. S. and is stopping is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R.o'. Green's Dairy. It* %
See Dodo the Dazzling Daisy who with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Clark. %
does as she pleases Friday night.
\ of Illinois offers ri ,
.COMPANY Chicago ,
On account of lack of time, Gypsy
1.3 off on lio)"al Society Packages AH shoes in our stock at very Smith, the evangelist who is conduct- agents a wider Held and increased -
great reductions Stump. in Gainesville opportunity by writing man. '
one week only Sternberg's.F. ing meetings was un -
and child. from I
O to
able to be in Starke this week to woman ages ..
S. Clark has! returned to his I I Dr. and !Mrs. L.1.. Bristol, of the .speak at the schoolhouse.. It Is expected 60 on the annual, semi-annual or ,
home in Green Cove after a visit U. of F., Mrs. J. W. McCollum and that he will (fill an engage- quarterly premium plan for i I v : f

with his son, R. F. Clark. I I Mrs. Pepper, of Gainesville, were here ment here during the coming week.NEW amounts. children!going while up to for$ ,OIlO adults as thelimit regards
Wednesday to attend a meeting of theWoman's
I Club. Is $::1Q,000. As the Company i,
You can count on quality in meats : writes also sub-standard risks our

at the Highway Market. I Did your neighbors tell you ,, The following new pupils have enrolled agents/ have very few rejections. MICHEIM"Comfort"
---- I about the fine bargains in shoes \ the past week in the B. }I. 8.: The Company will give a very liberal -
Giant Cord Tires, all sizes, $!).30 at Stump's I First grade: A. W. Anderson Jr., commifision contract (direct with

and up. Iron clad guarantee of 8,000 they are getting Harold }liII... Owen Parnell, Mary Home Ofllce/ ) to a good personal R r..n. rm Fn ,.,,+. Cord
miles. Stern's Garage. !I Wiggins, Marie Tison, Evelyn Watson producer. I 15* 1 / n / n nor d ,
Bnnson of Fiftone,
Miss Josephine u.. L.n.r.L ... ,
Mrs. E. :'01. Johns and Miss Virginia and E. J. Anders. of Hendersonville, Annie Parnell. SEEM PEANUTS;.; was.-ate-.a-- aowrwe- ne..w---,...---
Second 3leRae.
Jackson I N. C., were recent guests of Mr.[ and grade: Mildred
Weeks spent Saturday in :\Ir.... J. E. Corpening. Third grade: Jewel Lipharn, Donald l N. C. or Florida Runner Socd Peanuts
ville. Mi-Iiae. $LoO per bushel! (Four cents

Come and see the "Hoodoo" Friday Fourth grade: Julia Tison, Edward per pound) f. o. h. Lowell, Flu.
All shoes in our stock at very evening January 16th. Wingate William Tison. II. T. HALL COMPANY.\ GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLYINMAN !

great reductions, Stump. Fifth grade. Betty Sanders, Kenneth 1.0! -lf. Lowell Kla.
Church. _. & RITCHRF:1'ItFSFN'f
-- --- -- --- -- -
Mrs. Emma Richard, A. M. Darby
:Mrs. E. L. Biggs and :Mrs. J. W. Sixth grade: Dorothy Lamb. ++++++t4++
and son, Charles, motored to Middle- : ; : Till: IIKST; I.KADINf) ;
Andrews, Jr., were visitors to Gaines I Seventh grade: Loin Hitch, of Kaiford. '- f
burg Sunday to attend the funeral INSmtANI: ( [ 1'1': COMPANIES. Film,
ville Monday afternoon. j of :Mrs. Richard's brother, !Mr. W. ACCIDENT; LIFE. ;, AUTO.MOIULE;, j'
Eighth grade: Fayree Crown Jeannette I !
}[rs. Earl Edwards has gone to I j Ifluddington.I Crown, both of Lake Butler; rw E'Dll 1 '

Jacksonville to study: at Massey I I E. James and. James Lewis, of Ja..perI.'lIe; Min-\ MADE PROMPTLY
,i Mr.\ and Mrs. F.
Business College. ton, of Boatdratn. .
children of Marion County, S. C.,
I Ninth Krade: Jessie Williams, H.;e..I 1
have moved here and for the present ,
Packages 1-1: Johns., of Lake Butler; Authur Rosen '
Society > '
Eliza Wills'
olI for one week only at Steinberg's 1 private ai stopping, boarding at house.Mrs. berg, of Lake Cutler. Acreage, Groves and t: I We can charge
Tenth grade Dell Bosanbcrg of your
I II I Lake Uutler. I I: : Farms in Bradford, Clay :!; YES 8 HRS f

Men's Slippers $1.00.Ladies''Shoe9 Eleventh Crew, Harold ,
Davis has returned! grade: Clyde -
Mrs. Catherine I .t In
home from a visit with friends in Shoes$1.011.Children's $1.00. '' Pneiter Albert 3II>xll, all of ; ; and Alachua counties. ; ; Storage Battery ISmith's .

Gainesville. i Ladies Slippers $Lllll) I Lake Twelfth Butler.grade: Eld red bun.. w, + Ready buyers for riht:: 1

Paradise calling for helpin Children's Shoes $1.00 'Howard Luck, Charles Rivers, Aubrey I tracts. <
See Aunt
the "Hoodoo" Friday night. I --See Stump.I .-. Lake Duncan Butler., Genevieve Rivers, all of i Garage StFarakMrs. ,{: I rr

J" K. CorptninK and little .
Ticket for "The Hoodooar on daughter, l.l'Etta. spentseveral days I'EtEIteON AIlllS TO DAIRYFrank '.
Ml at Corpening's renn'Iy I in Jr'iftone with Mrs. Corpcn- I II Way hula- .\ II. Murrcle\ f :Miami
F. 1H.t.. h left fur her < "
TSc. \ "ndIra.: T. A. P"terso--bo;;: I <: Friday
In. pa"tltllr. is farming on J
F. D. and ('h <-''J''', hay purchased" v.mo
Oversize Cord Tires Brirn.. the Brorkington place, southeast of ji HOI1NBECKI ; Imiiic "IN fiustuiim; N. ( ., .after" spending | ".,/) ) ) urn" H "f land, in an I around
Heavy Duty R.- : town, is adding new stock to his II IIi three waekx. in Stnrke with Mr.I thin city and I wIll develop it into a
j 12.86 for 30x3: 12.Garage.. | Oscar. Andreu and daughter, Miss, '1' herd of milch cow to supply the de- \:\ KEYSTONE: I HEIGHTS and, Mr. T. N. Kendrick and ntheerrlativrx high class. renidental and farm tract
000 miles. Stern's Hannah Swindle and mand for milk and Mr. petern
I iThdma, Miss\ I II i cream. f
Mrs Kendrick acrompani- arcordinx to II. II. Rninov. local rcaltor. -
Mm I, Lucy flay Kickliter mQtore.1from i Ix supplying customers in Stark'- LCKII! \. "
Charlie Mark, of Tampa, was attending :Muart and are ";seats of relatives I I land Hampton and finds a ready mari II ed! her to Jacksonville, returning Ap|>r zmiatt'l'ly I2UO.OOO/ was involved

to business matter in htarlceMonday. anil friends. i kt for his. product. >+++++4 M+i++++++++++++->. i home Monday in the deal.
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Hall's Catarrh Medicine ''!producer l is likely not to return a week's weather. Farm work Sunday.
1 profit on much feed at any time. | ed. Potato planting was pushed; : Mrs. G. F. Johns and little daugh-
I II ThoM who ore In a "run-down" rondl- Doris and Mrs A. C. Hall and
FARMING I tlon will I rott".. that I uliirrh bother I thom) | Winter is the time to check up on and strawberries improved. I
FARMERS and F much, mo >. than %'iin th,..y nre. In wood I the herd with scales and a babcock an abundance of truck in daughters, Myrtlco and Marjo-
health Tits fart |1"\ > s th it white I
,{ hopping in Starke Thurs
I well fruit wore
fninrrh I u R I" al 'i'Vol' ". It I.. Krratly milk tester. Tho "boarder" cows Groves are doing ;
Influenced hv 10 ti" i i. r."I nridlllnnnII I should be labeled, given a fattening ments continued large. Some .
I ISJ'fED' Ml.'* r'AT4IUIII MIODK'IM IH n bloom. I !Mr. Jeff Davis, of New River, was
I corn-and show
M s FARMERS AND TRUCKERS ARE TO CONTRIBUTEAK1ICI.ES Combined Trmtmint hrh I",'at and Internal ration-such as ground trees
nnd I ,is I.<.<.n xit. Hxfiit in the killed for beef. They should not be Central Division guest of G. F. Johns Sunday
I 01"lnl" EXPERIENCES; AND ,, ,
r METHODS FOUND : treatment o' ( )*tn rh f c \-r forty years. i .
TO BE BEST SHIED; 10 OUR CO I'NTY RoM. bv r.,1 I ,li-:.4J' given a protein feed. Early spring is Beneficial rains occurred, but
I l Ii V J. Cheney & t T+,dedo Ohio. ; the time to butcher such cattle, in l is needed over a large portion of i| A. C. Hall and brother, D. E, Hall,

\ | H I M MNB M ia H i M* i H MMNMHBBMII_. '" n .. -._ I 'order to get the most out of them. ''division. Strawberries are 'I Hampton, were business visitors
"One of the best to put Florida : truck and were Graham Tuesday.
VARIETIES | ways Groves, oranges |
PECAN v : FOR I plump, flavor and quality POULTRY IDPORFS INTO .
are good
dairying on a more profitable proved by rains. Large Thomas E. Oldham, of Graham,
producer, free of stub FLORIDA KEEN STOJ'J'lmPoultry
I at
present. basis would be to salvage a few thousand -
fruit continued. | guest of Mr. Frank Johns Mon-
I I The variety one selects depends l the
up- 'robbers' each winter for
Among the larger varieties of pecans on local conditions and his or her cannot be brought into Western Division. I' .
Schley', Stuart, Success, Fort- I own personal preference. One should' Florida from other states, according next few years. Professor Brown Heavy rains delayed work in | !Mr and Mrs. G. F. Johns and
acher und ljul>st lUll probably the study soil!) and climate conditions and to a recent quarantine of the State instances, but plowing continued i sos Clemmie and Lucile Hall were

most suitable for Florida conditions. the characteristics of the trees to be Live Stock Sanitary Board of Flor i "The dairyman should take sugges- cally. The planting of tobacco {I tors to Waldo and Starke Mon
j Of the smaller onus, Curtis, Moore, selected from.ROOSTER ida.. This order makes only one exception -'tions from the poultryman. Any successful beds made progress. Oats and afternoon. .

Kennedy, Rundull and Moneymaker that tho poultry be accompanied egg-producer knows to cull improved during the week. Mrs'A.I !Mrs G. F. Johns and daughter,

.I! ., are recommended ahead of others 11.\1.10' BREEDING PEN ; by an official permit from the his flock each year. The methods for trees are in good condition. The I and Mrs. A. C. Hall and daugh
SELECT: HIM mill JUDGEMENT United States Bureau of Animal In- culling poultry are not nearly so simple fall was especially heavy at St. Marjorie were visiting friends
G. 1 H.
These varieties according to '
j of "Poultrymen should be paying dustry. and accurate as the methods for I drew and !\Iarianna.I relatives at Hampton Friday
culturist the
;II 1 'I./ Blackmon Florida ,Experiment pecan Station, are j I careful consideration to the roosters The order also prohibits the move- culling the dairy herd of its non-pro- Southern DirlHion. !Mr. Ray and son, of Waldo, were

grown more in thif state and "promise I they I put in their breeding pens at ment into the state of cars, coops ,ducers. I II I The weather was favorable. guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Johns

j better and more profitable crops of this season of the year (January). containers and other accessories usedin I "A poultryman does not lose so planting of tomatoes, beans and .
Like begets like. The male is half the much when he kills hen ,
nuts than others. His selections are handling poultry, unless first a 'I tender truck continued in the I
'I breeding pen. Therefore, breeding 'for meat. At the time he does Colds Cause and Influenza
based on yearn of experience and observations our cleaned and, disinfected under supervision same district; moderate shipments Grip
I. and study, both by himself problem Is half solved when we of tho federal bureau. I i not lose nearly as much money on i made. Most of the Everglades; !: BROMO QUININE Tablets remove

and successful growers of the State. huve settled upon the qulillcutions of this order is made because of the teed us the man who feeds a cow that still too wet for extensive I cauM There It Duly one "Bromo Quinine"
the rooster. and I!: W GROVE'S box. gee
fails to respond to care, attention ulitnatura ;
,I Schley is said to be favored by most discovery in a number of states of a
That is the statement of N. R. 'feed Still he culls because he has
it IH disease known fowl Worms In ChildAll
t people, althoough sucoptible to Muhrhof as European I I No a Healthy
.: i, scab, the most destructive disease of Florida poultry specialist of the pest (or fowl plague). It became ef- 'learned it pays. The dairyman should children troubled with Worms have an un-

jl the pecan in Florida. If the Schley la Agricultural Extension Di fective on January 7. i profit from his lesson. 1 I Pine Hill, Jan 16-Mrs. G. F ..,color which indicates poor blood and aa a
vision In answer to the here la more or lens stomach dlaturhanre.
question, hourit
"With at 15 cents an and Misses Clemmie and Lucile
precautions must be taken to This disease be wages
grown is
i What are of the said to extremely S TASTELESS Tf.NIC given regularly
control scab, which includes systematic things we infectious, of a rapidly costs a dairyman from $8 to $10 to motored to Hampton, Wuldo two or three weeks will enrich the bluod. hll-
1I','ht to consider in progressing '
f' spraying with bordeaux mixture the selection of nature and of milk a cow one year. This l is enoughto Gainesville Saturday afternoon. ""the dlrfHBtlun.and ret a a Central Strength
male high mortality.
I the bird, he : Tonic to the whole system Nature will then
says I
pay interest on the price of a real Mr. and Mrs. Tarrey Jones
and the destruction or early plowing I Birds affected by it lose their appe- nxor dispel(the worm.. and the Child will be
"First, we want a male that IB cow, a cow that will an Interesting Graham visiting Mr. and
under of foliage It Is a papershellnut. tites walk irregularly and become very give were !pi rfcct health. Pleasant to take. eec per bottle.

I healthy, vigorous and active Do not roepy. The feuthers are ruffled, account of herself." I .
try to breed from male that is sickly --- -
I Stuart, which is not attacked by a there is considerable prostration, j i. '
I and inactive. The head of the pen 1,0110: BETTER fERTIlIZER.
scab, is popular and widely grown. should be and with swelling and darkening of I. EXTRAC'IS: ROM COUNTY I
The nut Is medium to large with moderately strong, well-developed comb and wattles. A sticky exude REPORTS Get Jaunary price list Mixed Tertiluera"SIMON PURE and GEM
flesh. GEMS'
good A real
in poultryman
I thick shell. The treu produces watches the of his males may paste eyelids together, clog the I BRANDS"-now ready. QUALITY first. Fair Prices-Prompt Shipment.
fair crops and bears regularly. It inmost development nasal passages and even obstruct the -I I Not the Cheapest, but the BEST for results. Also Insecticides, Sprayers,
,. and) selects those that have made
a Lake-County is booming; new
I common in northern and west windpipe, causing labored breathing.The ( I,I Dusters and Dusts.
1,1 I ern counties of the pecan belt. normal growth. birds live as a rule for from two settlers are building homes. Citrus I

I Success has not 'proved a complete "Bright prominent eyes, bright to five days, occasionally six or seven growers are preparing for a good : E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Co. Jacksonville, Fla
, glossy combs and wattles denote spring bloom, fertilizing, cultivating, )
success in all areas of the Florida pecan days. One may be in apparently good
belt. In places it dues nut (ill out health and vigor. Select a male that condition in the morning and be pruning, spraying, etc.
stands well on his feet avoid knmk- I I
well, while in others it does exceptionally kneed individuals. ; found dead in tho afternoon in very I Wakulla-More plows are movingand
well. It has not developed acute
land turned than
"Shape is essential In that more is being
i scab to any extent. It doubtless you There Is no remedy from a medi- since 1022. Farmers I. :
want u mule that IH typical of are preparing
your Our Cross-,\ orl PuzzleOne
e should be planted on the heavier and special breed. In selecting a Rhode cinal standpoint. Prevention is the accepted tobacco beds getting ready for an
more fertile soils of northern and means of control. Sick fowls early II I II
Island Red, look for a real Rhode Island crop.
western counties of the State. should be killed promptly, without
I'roKtscher has proved a good producer contaminating the premises. Carcasses I Dade-We are holding meetings
in certain vicinities. Shell is "Color is essential for making the should be burned or buried! deeply. with farmers to study nail-head rust; i of our readers who wants to ,, all well start at the lower right-hand

fairly thin, kernel plump, flavor !It variety. )n a muting use a mule thatis Healthy fowls should be moved to have federal specialist to talk to arrange a cross-word puzzle asks us corner as at the upper left-hand corner

'-' fair, moderately productive, has not strong in those characteristic new quarters and carefully watchedfor farmers nnd show screen photographs I I Ito 'I to explain more fully what is meant or No. 1. An arrangement of

; developed scab to any extent. which the females are poor. Each I signs of the disease. Houses und l illustrate his statements; much l I!I by "no interlocked units." No doubt this kind permits a wide approach to

t Pubst has proved quite successful will help to produce standurd-color- runs should be! thoroughly cleaned interest has been shown in these ,, such explanation will be welcomed by the correct solution, as there are
ed llf )I
in many communities In Horldu Nut -sCrimu. frequently and disinfected with a 5- meetings by farmers, who enter other reader keys available all over the puzzle.

is largo and rather thick-shelled, ker- "Lastly, select a mule that came per> cent! carbolic acid solution. The heartily into discussions I: As an example, this week's puzzle, : Miss Middleditch's puzzle l is filled

nel Is plump, flavor !good. It tends to from a high-producing mother. I drinking water may be made antiseptic -- below, as arranged by Lillian Mid- I with simple words, but still containing
scab. Tree is a !good I producer. "Keep these points In mind in se by adding to it one-third teaspoonof I Madison-We loaded and shipped dleditch, l is an excellent design. It I enough "twisters" to make its

Among the smaller nuts, Curtis Ictlnthe male to head your breeding permanganate of potash to each a carload of hogs cooperatively this'week. '' will be observed that the black spaces working/
pen : I Itelath( vigor shape, color, I so arranged in the design' that I now-then it until next week
has proved successful in many areas. !gallon; this disinfects the water and 'I are no save

Nut 'IH small ti> medium. 1 thin-shelled, eug-production.- - -------- ) nt the same time gives the fowls an Okeechobee-Bean and garden pea I word of group of words I is locked off when the correct answer will be published

cracks well, kernel plump, quality A few ,drops of commercial internal antiseptic. shipments are going forward by express .'from the other words or groups If you want to arrange a puz-

high, flavor excellent; very little monia! nn a dry cloth will do 'am-I Human beings need have no fear ; carload shipments will begin )I I throughout the le. In other :t\f und end it in to this newspaper,
scab as yet. ICMIOVU "water spots" from polished I of the infection; it is confined to by February 1. Some tomatoes being !I puz Why be mighty Old 1 to publish it.
Moore is very popular with many /floors or furniture. If the surface is I chickens, turkeys, geese and certain planted for spring crop. i iI words, the solver of the puziltHORIZONTAL : many not t try' one ''

growers. It IB a heavy producer; nuts waxed, tho pots should be rubbed other birds. The disease has not occurred -

crack out well, kernel plump, quality with ii mixture of equal' parts of turpentine in Florida, so far as l is known. l I Osceola According to seedbeds! I z a 4 g

t and flavor are good" ; trees bear early; and linseed oil Poultry raisers are being warned by being planted we shall have a large

shows a tendency to xrab I the Live Stock Sanitary Board and acreage of truck crops next spring.. 7 I r to

Kennedy has proved popular and To Stop a Cough Quick by county and home demonstration :!Great preparations are being made

productive liueastein counties of (the take IIA YES' HEALING IIONEY, a agent.r for our county fair, January 19 to 2;;. I II Iu If /d

pecan belt of Florida." Nut IH medium coiiith! mpdiclnn wliiih slops the cough )y e-- -. r- ---- I
e e farmers w I4 IS
sized, shell fairly thick but cracks healing!! the inflamed and Irritated tissues. our I9 !7
well kernel flavor i KXTKACIS: FROM art interested in less acres to the
plump, ai\d 'quality A box of GROVE'S O-PFN-TRATE I 13 -
are good; scabs but little. SALVE for Chest Cold Head Colds unit MOMK DEMONSTRATION:. plt-w, more fertilizers, better culti\u- Ito a0

\ Randall IH profitable in central and Croup Ii I enclosed with every bottle of AGENTS' REPORTS tinu and more diversified crops. I

northern counties. It is proliflt, nut 11\YfS': HEALING: IIONEY. The salve I |
should bo rubbed on tho chest and throat u\'al-1\Iany of our farmers arc-
medium sized shell fairly thick, kernel of children suTurlng: f-om n Cold or Croup. Voluxia-Gave two days this weekto making written requests for the ussistiimu -
plump and come out whole, q'lil-' : ..
I meeting at Daytona of Florida
The ItoullnH[ tltnt rf liny. HealingH"oeyIn- our agents in dairying and
t. ity nnd flavor are good, scabs but sllnthethr.ettcombinedwhim. .. I In. ,lu..Illneenrtof6nw.U1'onrrnte Home Economics Association (of poultry. 2d Rd 3J
little. Salve through the pores of i I II dloe
I which this agent is president.) Two
ha skin soon to: i a couuhllot
Moneymaker in popular with mnnv h rcfueri.1 *are Unekwl i In one <'nrt< n and the all-day canning meetings held at Seville 1 l\Ianatet-Tel carloads: of celery' i 'Isa ,
1 growers. It is medium in size! shell net oflhu. combined trealment la:IV | was whipped from here
J for HAYES I IHEALlNCi I and Ormond; citrus fruits and this week;
Just ask druggist I
is rather thick, kernel moderately HONtY your: | vegetables were worked with. I crop l is of good quality and is bring- S I S5 a8

... I II I ing good returns.'FARM fs 13r I
Citrus-Held a two-day meat-can-
. ning' demonstration in Red Level WORK -S'7"DIl'L.\:"; ISIUOl'S 39

-- ,community this week; one club mem. | '-.\ SKC'HUNS OF SPA'IEin

.: her--Mrs. Haynes-furnished the RUN, MIICIIKLL RfcPORls:; VERTICAL

,. -= _--. -- _.-;._.- _--_...__. ::: : 3 3J. and meat Citrus and neighbors attended. \Ve of canned Red Level two |I i The wellth..r'er ed much warmer 1. Article. 1. Since.

\ =-- -- ; varieties of sausage, head cheese, than the seasonal over most of the 3. A cough (Prov. Eng.). 2. Part of the neck.

section the exception being portionsof 5. Extra: explanation (abbr.). 3. To cut with an axe. .
: 1. g' roast and chops. Men were much impressed -
,; ...: : the northern and western divisions. 7. For some reason. 4. Turkey (abbr.).

I. { The last day of the week, however, 8. A body of individuals regarded 5. Wharf.

-- ('olumbia-Midway held' its first was colder! in the west and the ex- as one. 6. A thoroughfare (abbr.).

r omimmity club meeting Tuesday extreme horth, heavy frost having occurred 1 9.> A liquid. 10. A preposition.

The Buick Valve night, people attended, who had never west of the Apalachicola river 13. To wager. 11. A girl's cap.

attended a regular meeting, and they on the 6th. The droughty condition 15. A form of Crochet. 12. And (Latin.).

EE assisted. with the program. Junior which hits prevailed for some time' 1C. An epoch. 13. Color. .
In-Head Engine county council! held its first meeting over moat of the section was broken 18. Pronoun. 14. Anything that is spiny

:, I Saturday; 12 clubs sent delegates. by locally heavy" rams. in the west and 20. A parent. 16. Frame on which artists place

: = starts easily-runs the extreme north und with beneficial' 21. A hardwood tree. pictures
== 'I Pusco--Delivered four steam cookers ,showers in the central, and in the I 22. Form of verb "To have." 17. Pertaining to the axle .

;::;;;- at on New Year's day, starting the'coast district of the southern dlvi-I j 23. Opposed to left (abbr.). 19. To consume food.

smoothly, even new' year right. Poultry raisers in lion General farm work, hitherto i 23. The nominative plural of the 20. A month of the year.

I II southern part of the county organized delayed in some localities, owing to I second personal pronoun. 21. Unless.

r.d- zero.BuickhasanI an association this week. : dry weather, was resumed as a result 20. Girl's name 27. A minute particle of matter.

I Manatee Spent several days this of an improved condition of the 23. A lazy, Immoral fellow. 28. To have existence.
1 --- exclusive auto- ..- noil. Ont show tin improvement I 30. A falsehood. 29. !Myself.
.= =. week with club girls preparing exhibit -
--- ----- -----: material for fain.Ilillsborough throughout the section especially on 32. In the metric system. 31. Person loved and honored to

I matichcatcontrol l I upland! Strawberries. are in fair to l, 34. A dwelling place. adoration.

'' "..U2f"Of -Our woman's ex- good condition, but the crop as a 35. Resting on. 32. To come together (past).
S carburetor i'hnnge-home demonstration "shop- whole Is backward, and the quantity I 37. Form of verb "to be." :Ti: To repent of.

on the pu"-is doing good business right on; of berries is below the average for 38. A subject. a il. An exclamation.

I now have my office in the building the season. The mild weather stimu- 31>. Observe. :50. Negative

l that takes the ordinary where the exchange is located, which lated interest in potato planting at

brings home demonstration activities Hasting and good progress was

l \.0" jWitn'DetlerAutomobiles annoyance and I interests closer together. made-some early planted, are up in Answer to Last Week's Puzzle

I :-I: ;rt'iewed; the Federal Point district adjacent
p 'Built.Dutck Eiranibm' superintendent to Hastings Seeding tobacco beds
of cold weather I '
I v < WillgjaAJTluns out of schools about establishing continued in the western and the
hot lunches in several rural schools; '|(:northern tobacco '
counties. The F F O
I plant- R D C O M B A
Miss Eva Richardson, nutrition
( driving. ing of beans, tomatoes and other
i- specialist, was here and is helping ; tender truck continued in the south h 'AL N OA H pQ

: out on this _project.. ern division; moderate shipmentswere T D D P A O W
S FRED: COIN J>..fV made from the south and from rte f N f D 12 / ES

AND lit 1C11KK; ROHHEKS I some heavy rains south-central delayed work counties.in some The localities N A I L E G O D o N o eMA
One proof of Buickis I of the west, but some plowing I L N EA KMR

"Dairy cows need most feed in winter was done, and oats truck and sntuma I SK I O 12EAQ S
in cold weather I beef the trees improved. Groves
poor producers; quit ( are in good AUK cr
l wasting energy and time on 'robber' condition in the peninsula, new S rL' AC EC

! starting and driving town and stock up with animals. that ''growth being made; such develop- ROW F E O L Y k EH

I will make the pay checks InterestIng ment, however is not viewed favorably A U T C ZEE D W I tNI
." owing to the effects of
( low possible I l L F A I i U Q E Y E AN
Such is the summarizing of advice temperatures during the current
LAKE CITY BUICK COMPANY I given to dairymen by Hamlin L. :,; or the following month. Fruit is very S A D A I S Y A N Ga

J. M. Smith, Manager. Brown dairyman of the Florida Agri- good, and shipments continued quite! L E R N E OWE ES
cultural Extension! Division. lie believes :: large during the week.
Baker Bradford Columbia and Union Counties I I C A N T I N ? TT
that Northern Dhl. !
January and February !is j I"n.
__ I I O T D O
the Moderate T U S E C O M
time when
t automobiles are built Duiclc will build them cows must be fed to temperatures, deficient
When capacity. But he warns that the low .sunshine and much fog featured the

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-- SCUTTLED IN DELAWARE FOR OOTI1'ifLS: I II Hal D.... I I. 1024 ___.. __. 22.M
The British, v.r. iton of the ALL HANDS lit)) Rrctlpln. during, month -____.. 010
L. W. Kickllter chairman and II. Unrrnnlfl Immd during month fll.lo
.! of the
Week I super readnaullh r> eis BEEN TAKEN OFF A man be lived to bo William Ben O\trdntft Jnn I I. lli.'A. _.__.__ 2u ".4
sea for genera c.er..:', are not nag.lect4ng I Wiggins, superintendent met Sat- Plntrict N.. It

their air fleet. They have His Craft Into nett was shot and killed by Frank ,'' urday December 10, 1021\ as Instructcd ; crdrafl Dec 1 I. 1924-------------- 1 120
organized a fly leg service separateand Capt. Staples Brings Cole 70 year olc<.Iptn during month ._ .. ._ __. 4. H
by board >n December let and
Shelter of Delaware Capes After > Wairitnu JMNUtd during month, __. 414).January
apart from Army and Navy Battle With the pence in Duvnl county, near Issued warrants to all teachers having I 1. 1025.iii .
control, unhampered by precedent All Night Chaseville a small community 12 month .II. OK C'L.ORIUA.C'Ot'N'i'Y .
a ntnde at that time and
and old-fashioned 'Ideas. Elements and Raging I or DRADronnI .
Below Decks.) miles from Jacksonville on the St. !gave the honrd'x note for $4,000.00 to hiraby certify that till. foregoing iU..
Flames Johns mpnt uf th. ....1,.,. and dlBbunt. .
Britain river according to a report take care of WArrants as follows: m nu ol .
is building airships big th. ichmil funda of llrnilford County for the
enough to carry bodies of troops Lewes. Del, Jan. 2.-In o windstorm reaching county oflUiaU. The mom A. A. RtokiH. trnn.portntlon SO tm m.nth ..r .Hie IH-, la n I true and correct.
W ..
replacing the old slow floating tossed sea, the 207 passengersof Authorities said!, lived together near llnmer I Crnlmm ln>'ton. teaching ttachlng 7R 78.:nil flO 1 'lo I II.. l lal ot mr knowledge and b.llrf

troop ships. These ships, each the ill-fated coastwise steamer Chasevillo and fished for a livelihood. I iliirn ,Jotnir tinchlng 0000I' II County H WIGGINS 8u..01""d.nl.
with five million cubic feet ,. 'r. awhorn, inching UK "B
gas hv V They quarreled It was reported I
By Arthur Brisbane capacity, will make our Shenandoah Mohawk doomed' to destruction Wii.t teaching 8000 lUNh., RTATtMt.NT
or Los Angeles look like a the flames that had burned in her and the man believed to be Bennett I""P Mitchell aching Bonn 1-

hours transferred left Cole and returned with a woap- Howling. aching 20000 irt of I tho con.lltlon of Ihe hampton
holds for fourteen were .
tugboat compared with a battleship Vntlhew. leaching 1111) 00 5tnt Hank
500 nt Hampton florida In
A MONTH. to rescue ships in the Delaware bn. Cole shot him down with a shotgun rnA frtpp.I (cnchlng: loo.00 |Htntc of Morldn nt the nose. of bualnnut

THE U. S. A. JOKE. The ships will be put to work at bay shortly before noon today. the charge tearing away part ltin.ii niui.I. i Iciiiudir. ,rmiin.; .. ti tiaching'aching. 95.01"'t'M, i II'l ec,. 11. 1IU4

FLYING SHIPS FOR TROOPS. once, carrying malls and passen-- With passengers and crew of eighty of Bennett's head and killing him instantly Mel,.'! Pilxtnrd.. tcnchlng Bl.7B I ".,,,",. on Real HFailtlRCRe k...... ---------512.629,99
gers from England to India and according to authorities. M. .ln Undue,. tcnchlng, AB.00Until I I.,..,II' on ollatrrnl Security, Other
THE COUNTRY EDITOR.The other distant of the safe here the hopeless battle against llulli-n tinchlng BB 00 tim... Itinl KJetalo .
parts Empire. 5,452.17
Cole surrendered and was held with Ni Illi 1I1'arn., : -- -- ---
the ft.IO)
abandoned and I A II .
the flames other I
Thus they will their in was oana and Dl.cnunta ... l1.n4.So
pay way out bond pending tho result of acoroner's I II Then tiaching BB.00 Oti'rdrnfta ........ I
peace, and be ready for war whenit Florida bound tourist ship was scuttled Hhil: j tirlffln: (inching nn nu | United: State.- -Honda--- ::: 2,00000 4792:

spokesman for the :Mikado comes.Is on a reef in tho bay, twelve investigation. I I Mmlce %IVrMn*, tinehlng BB.00 I llnnklng Home, .Furniture and----Fix---

Olive Ray inching 7000 tOrt'" __ _
that I 4.183.Rn
announces Japan's relations miles north of Lewes. "
II McHnc (inching 1000 Oll"r lien! K.lalo __ _.. ._.Ill 100.lIl!
with all treaty powers, includingthis not this country rich and intelligent The fire was discovered l Thursday I Illlii. '\nI'r.o. n. tcnchlng, BO 00Inn l 1"ui' from Incorporated llnnk.- ____. 1.110.71
enough to meet the situation Mohawk had sailed I ltichnr.li.oo aching BA:00Iliullih t n.h items ___ ___ _un.__._. 841.41
country, were never more night after the I Ktlliy (cncblng BO.00r ) '
( ...h _
and un nnnd u __ ._.___. 2"U7<< .17
keep with the times ? ,
friendly. We all glad of that. up from New York to Charleston S. t'. II 1""h"I"'r. ditching 7B 00I
are -
The flying machine was invented I .in I 1'"vit. I iinchlnK HO no Tote' | ._ iir'BiToo
We have for Japan only the moat here, and we !Bit waiting for other I I and Jacksonville Fla, with tourist 'ir; Ir CAN 61 DONI' Illllnn Mnckiry (inching Mono uu\RII.ITI.a- '

sincere feelings of kindness and countries to develop it, and! per- anxious to desert the stormy winter I DR.GEO.L.DICKERSON' .1 l unity I \ \\iMillii M....,..,. (10 inching inching 00 BB onlllli 00 rnitllnl, !Stock" raid III. _. t., ""0.00
Nurplim" I unit.. _. __
the North for the plias- I 11"0.1111
:: :miration. haps use it against, us I I months of I RECTAL. AND PIIVIC SPICIAUJTdVANI <' llntMii: leaching: BO 00 I I'n,,Iliiilml 1'rolll. II.| .... Kxpi>n.,.
: : :
Why must we wait for Europe to ant sun kissed benches of Florida .", ..," ,. BIOC I! I I1'I Hit. Snip tinchlng 4000 mid. 'I....... I'Hldl) _,._.. |,41B.67
I I .JCItSONvttLtPLOkI0aJCNWllhTE&CO.Ail; \Vi..lty Mertm*, 'teaching BO.00lilittichi'
establish a 1I'll1g Htivu'e IOCI'oS"the The vessel then was seventy miles I ,: liltnnl.\ (inching no ooI 'rimi. IVpoiiltn ubj..i't to Chock 24.10000
l.rlllllcalei of, ttopiMlt _
the time it l Is Intereat-
mme 1 1.HUH 'I I
ocean ? It our business men south of Sandy Hook and while the ,[ ---- --- .1 I A. rtontwrluht, teaching 125.00 I ('..hl.,.. s heckn OuUtandlng' _. 7000Tolnl
i:tg and not amusing to consider that talk so much of superior private J I fiurn, Wynn. tcnchlng BO.00 I .n ,
(lames raged furiously f
Mint"> Ogikn tiaching 6000Mm ) .
Ui i facts: Japan LuilJ 503 uu- pwnersh p. Hck enemy' and the opening of the sea ,necce".itutil1g'I I :: J. A. llnntwrlght teaching no no SUto of---------------------J'Horlda, rmmly of Hrndford SH( t.oo
each nJUhLil. coji ,,,4. lo be pitineeia' s, tire L niUut i.lu.ly., Wa.dln. .teaching BO.00Agnee I 1 I A. A. :
plo keeping seventeen MITCH Cashier I
cu the HCMiH as a last dupernte effort to LOUIAVIU.C. JffX'i.?., of th* aba,.
.n.t., do ".lIm..t .il.oulj Uo: it. 3'>., t Joytu. tcnchlng 4B 00limnlln unmcil llnnk.. do
factories busy night and J I ........... .00I1iw.li miluniily swum that lhuhovi .
halt the spread of the fire Captain '113' fZf. .rl'.r-; -r Hullnnd (inching BO to the beat of

da> .\ M-img to our Bi.ad.or: : r,. 'eul "f ncrcly sending out I M. Staples, master of the steamer I ilh.., ...orm.i. awl I .. W ,t)... Duvnll.Kotilci, teaching inching 17BOO ill" oil kite: .h.l lKi-I"i..IIr..t'x: A, Fll'mi. Caahlar mr'
lull Value COKKHT-AtrFBri
Gein.i.it. .'. :'lnum M.Uhcll; a s,;'. iJuuthuu of date battleships to cruise in the feared no immediate d.inRer. P''c4i2t: I I Mm. II i'erkin,.. caching 0'00Mm I A. A. tUIIlllKN.:

:> on air service, this Gov- PT:'ifle, we ought to send half .. It was not until a few minutes lie'fore liaw Furst )" i. Mm: I .. Jn I! *.A.l.r.on T Mitore.. teaching. tcnchlng Bono flout) W.. O. 8KAI8.

ernmc'nt owns in all. only 700 air- dozen diiiicuiles. bigger than anything midnight Thursday! thnt the Mohawk I .l.t.I ,.. 'I Ii'rn. ,I. ,telling BO 00 I a It. JOHNS .
Knt-um'1: hat, each carrying --- A. (1..IIIOItI.. inching BO.00Mitinb Director
maneb i' and I little. And of thu | flashed through the air its ) 41).nl) Siilwcrlli.il. nml ot'urn lo h..frv me thin Diliilny I
; .l'nhtIfli. aching
its Litigu OL l''jm!; machines and Habitual Constipation Cured I "f Inn. I Iii In.5. I
f story of distress And even then the I: <'. h;. Killiy tiaching 4000M ( W. )
'i 0111 twentyould have any nnr': (j make friendly demonstrations I I In I4 to 21 flays I I. I'nul nchliiK 40.00Mnrli \I.j :lU"'N.
value ah righting machines. There. in flying from the mother message merely told of the fire in "LAX-FOS WITII I'H'SIN: :'< is a spwlnllyprepnrcd I ::' Ullluinm. inching: tin noMnneye Cli' 'rk of Court Hrndford CoiinlyNOTKB .

sh:r". target: prmtioe with imit- the afterhold l and ended with the reassurance -I l Syrup Tumi'.Lnxiittvefnrllabitunl I Kvlli-r teaching IB.00 -
"r J'1'Rn: b-iilils each month I till. Mill. (inching in.uflI OF
turn bombs against ana that there was no immediate Cun"UII.&lIulI. I Ii relieves promptly and tlTOkllnl.URRS MRRTINO
t\':,'nt '.I li\t times n M soiv- | I .. K. i.Iwsr.a.: trnnniiortntlon 7B.00II Notice In hereby iiliiii I Hint I thg muulnr
many an
> station.!.j i4iKi">, etc All that danger. should to tiikuu regularly for II to 21! days .\ .I'rincotT, (rnn.porintlim RB.00 mini m,,,'ttnui of I Ilte m.ickhiildi of (he Hnnk.if .
i.', al! IP planes ns wo hava alto- would be instructive create thought But this morning, after the boathad to induce regular uction. It Stimulates uuiati ""I. r. ( :"".."n. trnimitcirtntinn 7J\ .BOW Stone will he hi'Id In IU Imnklng room

.ther. in reign ccuntr'cs'! end promotoPI : Regulates./ Very Pleasant to Take tOe II llnrrell. Iran.iiorlMlon. 40.00 I In 1 SlmV. Klorl.ln' im Meidny. Jnminry, II.
gc been anchored in the bay and the boulo i.iii. ...I.., "ChllllpH. enohlng BO.00I I Wilt nt 7 '10 "p m" ti, ..l,at n bonnl .., direeI .
ace. entire crew hnd concentrated its efforts J per .. W Kicklll.-r. board. service I no I liira. for the cunning. year nml' lo tnin.nct
i I1'nli"r liilum. innapnrlatlnn An oil I ueh Ill lien Ittulu's,
----- nn may com. In'fur, them
And wo have in Amorice only The editors of country weeklyI. I in vain attempt to halt the CI1''IJmmll'.d) UI''' n"ct>..m.'I ('lny Normilli. I trnninortntlon nil.00II I \W80N J. DAVIS !
/ir" t-,q.'ttJ at coull 1 be used for .. apaeia| are the most influential blare, Captain Staples asked other !. II. \Vluirln. Incidental H.7ftlinnK I I '.2--'I 1-1-0 I CnihlerMITICK .
of ilnrlt.' ". Coupon,. Account I,140.nn .. ___ __
I __.
a> i battlcB, in time of war. Japan nun in thu I'mted Slates.E'sh ships, dispatched the night previous, COFFINS & CASKETAnd II ,\ I.........". fixing truck 2.00 - .

England.o'ranre have thousand ru ('an inWiir."" <. lit least one to stand by and the work of rescue .1t9 1'1"11 HMH! In UK lI'rUCK.WIIIEIIt. MKHINotlrv : \(.
hen-by gUon I Hint (hi.
Conk I', "man and, two Senators, under a Full Line ofUJ.rtols.r.'Supplis I. II I Mill. III" 17000 mini titrating .iif the nloekholilvn. of rvgulitr the. I. nn....
The rid: t' a' :\': tix_ ai.I 1 more than half: u dozen KO cnlltd was way. II'. II. .Itrowtl. wood 10.00.00V ley Hint. llnnk will bo livid In I.. banking a

:. )r economy :fear one thinge "Lift. c..::a. a" L'.)ulj mfluinci them. First the tug Kaleen steamed its I In; \I' II.I':. N.'nl Ihornlon., wood janitor 40.15 4 moms In I 1.1111 I.y. Florida on ruiiiiliiy. Jan

\'<,n more t''':in loss. of their dol'tr !- '"o t'l! lusand of tliL c editors way through the mountainous sens AUTOMOBILE UEARsi. |J j Aiinm Joyni-r teaching IB.00 mrmlnm II. inss. lit for::1 I the no p nnulng. m.. (o elect a board of
.' and tVi '* tn'k of revolution. and lashed to the innlla, llollnn.l. leaching IB.00Anlheity ) i year and trnn.nctnuch
publish th s nrt:cli! sc-idHir! it into closely larger Always on hand. The best see } IB.00 other biulniNi an may como "befom thom.
Muort. teaching I
Just one th.iag i> could bring bloody millions of fa", houses and village steamer. I' ". Collier. boo B.00 A. L 'fAYI.OIt.
Vena al the .lowest prices. 8M r -Zt-I-0
revolution and uprising in this homes They should take this question A rope ladder was dropped to the J A. Wandin. leaching 40.00 I Cnnhl.rNOTItK .
t .l.Itry. And that would ba of air defense in hand and putit GAl attcotlon to lejraph .r. (dill, llnifii' ,. teaching SO.00Inmnn ,
deck of the the 105
tug and women A Bitch, Ina. tt.Bl (lP IITIICKIIIII.IJF.ICt!
:imeful defeat in war with hor- through n. Beslataretl Embal. or.DeWITT inrrii-
ts they put through Notlca
in number benumbed of themin Hoard met In regular session Jan. I. ha..by given that thv rtatilar annual
r:Me loss of Pfo! and property, due the parcels post. many I meeting. of the .'....kh..l.h.r. of tha llrad.
to lack of preparation. furs and silks, slowly made their 8 C-JONES: 1 ri, t92r with all members present. f..ril County Hank will ha held In its linnklng'

The very rich men and corporations Write to your Congressman anti hazardous way down the sides of the Minutes of taut meeting rend anti, room. In Hl.rke. .'Iorld... on Turaday. Jan
11. ItUn, at 7 :HO p. m, to cleat a hoard. of
that control this nation dictate your two Senators urging them to lurching steamer. While the work of STARKE. FLA approved! dlnvtora for the eniulng year and tran.act

its. candidates and its laws suppi.rt President Coolidge earnestly rescue proceeded, calmness, and a Tho following bills were audited' loch other business .. may coma h.r.... them
shoul 1 hoar that in mind and not in his determination to give stoic silence characterized the -........-. ..- ,-v J. II. RITCH.I
remaining anti ordered! paid : 2-21-1-9 .
pj co.iom x> f'r. thin .. : CushIur.NOTICe
country an Li.uatc furcjl passengers who, with life A I.n"n. teneblng BO.00llrnilf
..nl ('... likiirnph printing Lola
-- ---- belts strapped on, had been ready to I a .-. -.- .1 I. W KHkilter. linnril. ..",,1.. 4 2O

brave the seas in small boats if tha I, J. Wynn "".,..r" .."1.. B.411< Cr..illU>.. and all peraona. having alalmnagalnat
taking car of him. fire gained too much headway,' .. BSideache A. A. II....". bo.r.l' .crvlc. .007B ") I thu Uwta: of w. r. riodwln. d.-c......l t
'Fl. II II Wiuulni, '''1.1. .00 isle iif lawdy, Urn,Iford County H.irl.ln. !
1 -- Then the Kaleen began its twelve II. II Wlviilnn. nuptII. 713.00II ) will pnnent thnlr mid claims duly auth.ntl- '

wee Here is not the face that mile fight through the heavy seat to a I' ..lh.ru..r. trnninortnllon l> 7B I, valiil I lo the undnralirneil I axeoutor :within: two
LullS : II. A. .I'rmciilt. IrnnmiorlnllonKltrh 111.00lomnn yvara from data or they will ba forvver barred \
launched a thousand sldps or the small "Queen Annie" pier at a Backache II C lionil Wliiuln Inninn 10).00 and nil peraona Indibled to said ..I.'. '
burned any towers anyway. It's Lewes.As "I II Onvln ft ('II "'.,n.1 KlchllUrI 800 II tire hen,by requIred. "to pay their said dubu.
better than that. W KIckllliT Ixinr.l ii-rvlcn 1.00II forthwith
"I have Car-
It's the face that weaned a soon as this tug wall clear of Mrs. Liliia taking Bolton.of I II MiKirllm',' Inrl.lnnlullUtOM 8.80 I Pnliid. at 8tnrli.. ...1"11. thIs tha Slut day
the doomed ship the tug Mars was dulL" says "I HI II KIJNDH of Uivuntbar' A. I). IIU4
thousand calves, cooked thirty ake Providence, La. linw I1lIIsl Inclilintnln IOU
, thousand meals for family and lashed to the steamer and the transfer got down in bad health and ( t I I'", ,,,M,.MI..r. Inclilvnlati I.00 O O OODWIN./
BO 80 Pxeculor: .of tho Estate of W. I'". lodwln. dnciiii.nl .
farm hands, sewed and mended of passengers! continued. II lost In weight until I only "llm.lf.ir.l
and washed for a family of children With' all passengers safe on lund weighed 120 pounds. I had : W VVninwrfifhl) Ntnvv" pipe 100 --

caring for them In sickness at I.eweH, the Kickapoo, fresh from bad pains in my aides and H <'. Hi.llx.rvi.r. IrannpurlnUoll H no. M tflTSit'CAh.Pi
and health helping with the chores back and Mr I I. I. 4 ","""r. urmim A crayon a.2ft
many victories over rum runners my legs mea .I W Wlill,. A Mm' .l and economized on herself. along "Rum Kow her noseagainst until I couldn't walk. I 1:1: .I W Minn' A Sin. nt.in' |>lpiIlmik > 1.2n vlrtuti of thnt it rtiiln Anal d.....'. of r.....
pressed stayed (In bed! half the time. ..r Slink. ,' riimifir. 108.44 rliiniiro innilo! the Judgti tha 14th.Juillclnl .
By Arthur BrisbaneMiandPaTakeA "The little girl with the curls the Mohawk, and captain and N I tried all kinds of medicine J I I' Mnnnlnu. liriMinw 1.nO : I : "I'y; nctlng for nj'r 1 Innlead t of ,

and the plaid dress, she is our crew made their way from the steamer but it did mo no good.m 'I'hi'nlii' ntu nn further business cOO Judge' ': t irciiit A. V' I In I.ing nil Judgo for of nradford tha Eighth: County Judl-,

youngest grandaughter. Our to the cutter. While the work of Finally I tried a the hoard. adjourned sine die. Hurlda, dlmmnlilli'd, nn tha nth day nf l IktO.

: daughter win\ be lonely without rescuing the passengers wax underway I L. %V. KirKIITF.lt A. II Hi-4 In favor of tha Federal and
her. But they are letting us take llniik nf. nlimilila u cnrporallon, a. complainant .
for little while the storm increased in intensity II. \\ICCINS.: : Chairman. .. and. ngalnat 1'1: .. Canova: ct all asjyfun.lsrits.
sbe can seethe
her a so
Rest and GoTraveling land soon the waters of the bay were * country while she is young. : CARDUI : TIt iindi. .ntlgnid.. aa Special Mitater. will
We had to wait a long while." turned into rolling mountains.And <: HKPOIIT<: ,,.,..r for cal" In frntit of the Court: tin..... In
as Davy Jones' locker was being Hlarlie Hradfiird. niinty: rlorfdn, during thalitinl

' Every dollar they take with cheated of its prey of 287 lIves C..o..I. "uperlntendeitt a ".......,.. .1.........nlnf b..,in* ."f ...1.i nn Monday. rebruary Jnd.liun ,
nol fund f ttti monlrit to thi highlit' and l"'-t hldder far cash
them, to provide for a well-earned oft repeated tales of heroic rescue I n..,..countyct mlu'r. \ll.4( ir :the fillowlng:: diMarlhad! : property lying and
En route: old age of peace, and rest, is a at sea were being re-enacted i : The Wcrn n's Tonic General '..0.1 Fund hi'lng lit llrndfiird t ounty. rlorlda. to-wlt i
thla train dollar raised by hard work. Crops Kill, I Die I I"I.'IIt. IBM BBB4II7 Went half of Northennt "uuarter, tMt: half
Middle-aged women on raised by their hands have fed A forty-eight mile an' hour gale' "It Cm.J like it did mo good ..c. litU" il.1'ln, monthAtii __ llflMtlOT of Niirthwint, iiunrter. haul: half of "Houth-

Lava beautifully quiet, peaceful thousands. For every dollar they: was whipped across the sea as the a fi",m the v..iv first After I B \ / I rnnlrt, l-
fcces. have had the public has bad ten passengers risked anew their liven had take hata bottle I noticed ()" rlnifl Jan "I I..".rI.1 11125------------' Pu.' I I Ita"... Jli East and N.trthwent quarter of

dollars in value. on the swaying rope ladders and D an (Intpro/ enient. I con- f* !It.1 I n. C I I 112 3------------- 47.01 North went ijuartar of Northvant 'quarter andNorlhiant

Consider the couple sitting across still again when the small but tinuc d Its u 'e ::,ill, /got better .- Receipt. during month .._..-___.___. 10.OB nuarlnr uuarlir, of all Niirthennt lit Settllon H.iiuarwr fuwnahlpS 1.4Northwest

power IH.IIId during, month I 4 noU.I
the aiale In the dining car. They Happy is this nation In possessing ful tugs crowded with the rescued a and better. The paini in B Jan I I. IfliB _______.. ___.....- 8308 South It.n.I\ but; containing In aagragatv -
hands such States as California and my Iq and sidna disappeared : : ,,,..rI.1 Na. I 340 acre.
come from a farm their Florida, in which those that have passenegrs, cut through the mountainous a and I began to gain ff ()rdruft Dec. 1. 11124-------------_ I I2S 27 R A. MtrPV.SuMilnl : : .

and complexion show it. worked hard may spend their latter seas. in weight until now I weighicr !Ii..<.. lit's ilurlng month __-._......_.102.00 M. JOHNS. MaatarF .

The light and fire are dim In years prolonging their lives As the Kickapoo stood! by, the sea iii pounds and feel better B Ov.Wnrrnntn r.lrnft Jan Uniind, I I.during l ID26. _monte__u___..._._-_-_ BB nil.ti on Solicitor' for Complainant. 1.2..t.80.

his pale gray eyes. Many weary and enjoying the results of hard cocks of the Mohawk were opened than lover did in my life. I "'Iriol N.. I -- -
and useful work. ft am perfectoil! and strong B ".1 Die 1 1. 3024----------------- BH8J .
miles hia feet have walked behind and the steamer sank in forty feet I havo gIven It to girls; K.r..|,,t. ,|lirlnut, month _._ ..__...-._. R2 B.04a EU: roll I'VlIl.Il'ATION
the plow and the harrow; many of waterMAN a my \* ,.",.. l..ued during month _._._. 1720 In Circuit Court for Hrndfiril County,
Those now living will see In --.-- too. E II.I Jan I I. 111211--------------- 11X1 III.... ,,r Florlln' 'In Chancery
miles he has driven over bad California and in Florida cities : KOIiKEI AND LEo'TIIA1'iDCU..EU Carr'ul has '*oUeve l many Dl.lrtct Na. 4 3. M Alvarei, Complainant. a
buggy to earth. ft kinds! of pains and! dhitressU. H.l rice I 1. 1024------------------ va Hill to quint, Title .K""" .
slow rocking
roads in a greater than any now on TO TREE It..I" during. month _____.______ BOO f", o. K I.... et .1. DeftindanU.
They will not be cities of crowded ing symptoms .:.mi ed! by female '".. .
and from the town. Warrana U.ue.l during' month __ _. The Florida I and and Immigration Com.pany.
bent by heavyweights windy streets, but cities that will! Tampa, Jan. 12-Confidence men D trouble. It should trip U H.l Jan ,. l0"5---------------___ BOO a ....."".II..n. Wm Ulekman N. O.
His shoulders are cover millions of square miles, you, too in ne same wy. Pl.trlrl N. Bll.l llniiaman Mary Karhelhooper, J. M Kaahel.himiiar. -
and worry has left deep hills and valleys last night robbed W. M. Genes 0"; a Why nut gha I it a fair trial. ? U Die I I. III.-4 __ 24 IBKrcilptn Ifenry llnsUr. Wenley W.I"",,.".
wrinkles. But that is over, the spreading over I Louisville Ky., here for the winter ami ilurlng month __ u.- u 1118" Abraham ".11.'II. Win T laylor. Civilian
with beautiful roads and great noll.l Jonea. .lamea I I" ,
work has brought Us w rnntn lulled during month 4B II"n. Alone V. IJohaltt,
life of hard settled.. landing fields for flying machines, of $730 and a gold watch and then .U nrtnnnnnncSEABOARD_ Jan I. 1B2B __ _____u_____ IBS.IIS Mary .I OmiMl...Una. M. F llrown Wm C.
reward. The children are that will bring swiftly throughthe left him bound to a tree, handcuffedand III.inn N. sll.l Young. Itila P Young, Wm. C. yaimey.acid .
Dec I 1. KU4ICi __ OH HO ./ C.; I'eeler and lh.: ... P I.... names ot
She sits next to tho window, air passengers that the trains gagged, according to a story he TIME TABLE .. liil. during month 237 :14 kiiuwn, partlei\ If living and If deal' all
now carry slowly. told local police authorities this Wairantn iMiied during month .__. IMS BO perO.'s alalmlng an Intoreal: under sail.
looking out at the kind of country Overdraft Jan I I. I1I2B 17.M nuwn. Cart").. and tauh uf them ujoc.ael.r .
she has known for fifty years. Big morning.('. Genes was wearing the I ( In effect November 10, 1031: ) 1...."., ti.. I Ktherwlae and all parties claiming' an. In-
brown fields stretching away to The East and Northeast will handcuff when he was brought into Southbound- H.I Dee. 1. 1024 .. _- UR H3! telnet ond..,. Jacob Juhna Wm Cruaby: .
that send their millions to Horiilii. Mec.'h.t. during month _- B.40 John Itlchar.l antI,I Archlhnll' H Johnn. inch
the horizon. Stacks of straw The Middle West and Northwestwill Tampa this morning by a youth who No 1 reaches Starke at 12:16: a. m. \Vnrranta laeued dur.ng month __. 1000 ,.Ncru.i.l. or "th,.rwl.u ana c.lutrl, t'. l'.....

would be worth $JO a ton in the send them to California. California located him in an isolated spot off I No 3, 11:02: a. m. Hal. Jan I I. 1MB __.____ _n. 194.S3 Kilward. I'..... ManIc Pa.a and llvaile I......
city: but it doesn't pay to ship ,...lrI.1 N.. B ".1. helnt at law ...f <].... ft.:. I..... dn....... ,
houses in the hollow where and Florida will send backto Riverview road, about nine mile No. 21, Cedar Key 8:00: p. m. ".1 Dee I. 10.24 121 WI and all parties .I.lrnlnll.n Interest under

them to the North energetic young people south of here. No 7 Limited 2:16 ItM'dpta during month __--__ IB.NOWnrrant said. (teo I*: "I'ace. 'i.. ccaami. or othaewlaanah :
settles trees planted : m.
the cold p.
to work the colder climate. loom during month 10 Oil of whoNit rivldenee art 'unknown and
brrnk the force of the wind from The assault took place early last Northbound- Hal Jan 1 I. 11125---------------- IB2.77 In t nil unknown pnrtUn claiming an Intervat
The development of this. nation 3$..,.-, urn. I In landa
the north. night (lanes said, and, alleged that Starke 4:15 herein after dtwirlbed. I
lisa only begun. California or rlor- No 2 reaches : a. m. Ov.r-.lmfl Dec I I.VH\ 4 4') f.KRBTINI, :
Ida could easily feed under !M en. II on nf his two abductors was 11. No. 4, 4:26: p. m. fI..Ir., during month u. __ _. 2B.00 You and each of you, are hurehy reiiulrad.
Her face i is peaceful, happy as Sounder, about 25 year old The W..,.",.. iMUed during month __ lo bit and appear Judua' iif ibm
,hi rests with her hands in her siva cultivation, the entire.! !*'..iu. No. 20, Cedar Key 8:50: a. m. llnl .Jan. I. I 30116-------------------- 2B81 Ircult' Court for brr.lhh"h .Ju.llclnlClraullif
other man he said he did not know.
her life lation of the United States and No, lOi limited 5:67 nl-lrlrl Na is11s1 Horliln, In and fur Hnnlfiird County, on
In I : m.
lap. For the first time Texas could feed the population! t| Police thus far have been unable to p. I>"C. I. 1024 __ _- 891)1 lh. 2n.I day' of February, A. O ItlH at the
there 1 is nothing that she ought to Wannee Branch ___ __ .... .. ',
of the world. locate either.Accor.ling (IO'e.l,"' during month BO BO ( > OCt house In unlit County. In Starka Flo,. .
be doing. No. 101 leaves Starke 7:40 a. m. W.r..n... luued during month IB 00 Ida. to answer a bill of complaint axhlblled ,
With the flying machine fully to Gene story he lied! Hal.. Jan I, 1925------------------ 144.IIM agalnit you In said Court by J. M AI......
developed all the people of the No. 103 arrives Starke 3:1/j: / p. m. "'.Ulel "Mo' It Th0 llradfonl County. felrgraph. a weekly
lieen residing here about three weeks
calm and beautiful ', ._
Earnest, patient ( Sunday) .1. Dec 1. 1094 24 11 n.w.uaper puhlbhed. In Mtiirke. Dra.Iford
is her face, as she looks out earth could find beautiful dwelling and had met Saunders shortly after Daily except llecelpto during month ___.___. _u .__ 20.7B County Plurlda. la h. r.", dralgnated. aa the
the scene. And still places on hills and mountainsnow his arrival. Saunders represented T. J. GRIFFIN. Vitrrnnia 'luued during month ___ 2BIHI nwwmiaiwr In which this notlca nhall be pub-
at changing uninhabited. tlal Jan I. 3925------------------- 280.BB Ibheil for eight: aonnacutlva I Weak'
more beautiful her expression as himself to be a garage proprietor of AgrntA I, 'h.'.... I',... Uinl The land dmaribed. .. In the bill of complaint
she takes 'he things that the Nothing to worry about, ovet- Springfield Ohio. I Den I. 124 .. 117 "I In thla cauae. (hi- title, to whish la luiiht I..
waiter bring 'mind arranges, herhusband's crowding least of all, if the people TONIC I celpU during month _- .______.. .. 4B BO I lot .'..1..1 l ....In.1 hit .l.-f..ndanta' and certainmorl
breakfast She will not. combine imagination and common The attack came he said after W.rrmnta (untied ilurlng month 1H At nite ,auught lo ba canceled I over portionof
I :
Saunders had taken Gene on a trip flrove's Tasteless chill Tonic restores I llnl) Inn I. IIU8 u_ 'IH 10 name mrs aa fullowa towlt ; I.South half of
while she lives, loss the habit of sense. I I '1t'rI.. "N.. ii Ntrthwe quarter and 8outhwaat quarter of
I into the country. They were joined Energy end Vitality by Turifylnil and Overdraft. Dec I. l>24. _ ._ :"D.n(I Northeast" quarter of Section 10 TownshIp

at a crossroad by the third man amipro Enriching the Bloixi! When you feel I in ,,.,i. d) irlntr month u 22.114 OJ South. Mature 22 r.not ; and South. half of
I I Wnrrnnta l.aued during month __ fl Oil Northeast quarlrr North half of Southeastiiuarter
L *eeiieil to the scene of the robbery. strengthening Invigorating effect see how Oi.,r.lrnft Jan I I. \Vllk 10700tH.trlnt floiithwr.t imarter of Southeaetuuarter

THE FEMALE Or THE SPECIESA ; I'"mdue tomorrow for $5,000 and t After the hold-up be was left .bound I| It brings color to the cheeks and howIt .PIe 14 Went quarter ..r 1outhea.it. quarter
there only IJ.OOO in the bank to n.t I).. I. 1944---------- 1 11i..08 of Houtheaat qtiarti.r. South vaat quarter of
I'I to a tree Ills assailants fired several Improves the appetite, you will then Id-,.ipl. during month 7.01: Northwrit quarter, and Northeast quarter uf
merchant unable to sleep t<>.. .-- meet It. I shots at him. Genes said none of appreciate Its true tonic valueGroves Warrant. I......) during month B9 IIB Southwest quarter. all In Section 21, anti
"l. Jan 1. 1925----------------- 12004 N. .
W. quarter "r Northeast quarter uf Sec.tIti
ed fretfully on his bed and muttered I "It i n ? said the faithful wife, which hit him ; Tasteless. chill Tonic l is simply ,.,.,rt.1 Na. II '''Ii.,; all In 'r.'n.hl" S Mouih'" KAHIIII 21

unintelligible words. The wife of his "Then I tell you what I "hrud! do !1 This. morning Genes' cries attracted Iron and suspended in So Ov, r.lrnft U.... I. 11124. .__.__ ._ __ BO 111Iboipu Ku and containing In all ISO ncna. more or
Qiiinlnu syrup. during month ___..________ SI.00 !I.... and lying and being. In lirailfont Count .
bosom sought the cause of his restlessness Ike. You should ret up and go over Marion. Casteliero and his mother pleasant even children like It. The blood! Wvrranta (nuad durlnir month 4.4nO x. Florid.

In answer to her inquiries to Cohen's house and tell him and {: who reside about a mile away. They need (,JIJI( :'< ..,.Ir... Ne. I* thIs the 'Ird day of December. A. D. 124.O .
he said : then come back and go to sleep.' Let were obliged to cut down the tree, a Enrich it. Destroys Malarial germs and 110II./ .. I 3. 11121 iso VI W. AI.DKRMAS

"You hould expert me to sl'!pp (,oh..ntay awake."-Cincinnati ''small' pine sapling, before Genes Grip germs by Its Strengthening. Invlgor K.r..,," .luring month __ 780Wnr llieall) Clark Circuit C.-urtBy

when my note to Cohen in the bank. Time>l.tar.: could be released \ sting Effect SOc..t But ante Jan U.ued I. Wit'fur_ _ng.._month_ ......_- ..._ 207.17 12-1 t.I.30 C. A.Deputy Knight.Clerk


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FRIDAY. JANUARY 18. 1923.feadtoril : .

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hereby required. to appear to the bill of eom-
cense tags, which should be put into i" tulnt mod In nalcl ...... on or before Monday -
[County Telegraphaublishd new roads as rapidly as pratlcable. By SAITERFIELDj the !Kith: day of April A. D. 10215.Vthorwlno -
f. 'HAT WILL HAPPEN the alloURtiona of laid bill will be taken
: : At the end of another four years, all am confuted by said defendant
: the important state highways shouldbe !It .U further ordered that thin order b*
weekly ;nnrl, entered .' ) % I I I I el ublitilivd' once a week for twelve auimccutlve
oniplcted and in use. /
wuek In the Bradford County Telegraph a
twond clans ui,tttct, .it ...., post A very important and salutary -. I I newepapY. ; published In aald County and

'.; office at Stark Florida. achievement of the IJardoe administration A I State.This January .15th.192H..
was in convict reform. This IT ONER **- O. W. ALDERMAN,

._____._____Owner. (Seal) Clerk; Circuit Court.
.a .. .. MATTHEWS .?-- was: due, primarily, to the Martin By C. A. KNIGHT

I. C. UODIN80N...__....Managln Editor. Tabert case, with which all Tribune Deputy Clerk.
,i iPVnUSIInll readers urn familiar. As a result of rGn li (; M Y 8J Sollcltoii KLOYD GREEN for complainant.and. R. A. GREEN.1-16-111-4-10

.KXEtiY; PKI1IAYsui completely tins case, the the Legislature convict lease abolished system /'' I{ II III I I// lull LY BANK STATEMENT

und! prohibited the corporal punishment :% -J I I
.s CJII'lIO"' it \'I K: of convicts. There have been / -- iGP iI i-- BAKE: OF STAHKK. AT 8TAKKK
l' In the State of Horlda at the cluee of bull
suggestions that abolishing the lash
December 81. 1IU6.
$1.GO Iowa
1 Per Year him not tended to improve condition KE80UKCE9All
Loans and Duoounu __..__.__9114,6117.37
Six !Mon'hf -- .- 75c it. the convicts or their efficiency in Ovvrdrafta .u__.__..____.... 2li ..5I'nitMl
!! their work. Against these suggestions :, Slats Ounda __.._________ 11.5BO.IIO
-- -- -- -- Stale County and Municipal Bomb 10000.00
., we have the testimony of Commissioner .
Bunking Home, Furniture and UKturea
of Agriculture Mayo, whois _--___--____.___ 9.205.19
in better position to know the facts I Other Real Elate ___.__.________ 2.US0.44
I ,
Uu from InlorpornU-d liunki 18,40
than any other man, and who says.! Cluinu and other rcaourcee Tax
r that "the 1 ci-rtlnoMca .__...._____..__ 746.72
present system Is working Cash ltuni _._._______.__.____ 87051
nut very satisfactorily." Mr. Mayo I Ciwh on Hand ____..___._____.... 10.278.68

-avs further: "We have not had as I rI ToUl! --_-_--____--__.__.--.-231.liU(-,H5LIAB1LTIES
nmi h trouble in enforcing discipline {

J .tmniiir our convicts since the lash 1 Capital Slock Paid In .........___ 1 in.uoono
I Surplus. Fund ___....._____._ 7.5UO.OU
e w" nt abolished as some had iinticiputl. Undivided l'rata (Leaa vxiwiuimand

l." i ii I Tax,,,, 1'aldl I ._._____n_-__ 2723.47
Individual Di-pMlla.. aubjeott. to Check 1:1O.02.i;:
No. 411H! i A tide from any practical results |i I Sating Depoalm .. ..__u________ 72. 70.21
1 the moral effect! which the abolition of Tlrmt CcrtillcnUW of Deposit ______ 534.11YrtlfUd
National; highway I
(Mei..oershi| in ; I ( Check H6.00
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Association) I the, lush had upon the state both in I (niihier' Chucks Outstanding ___. 725.SAAll
J it.. self-respect and the opinion of the Other LnbllltU-, _-__n.._____ 1.MB151

t f --- Icl'tiUS= outside world, justified the action of \ I I Ia' Total ___--..._____________*jai.iljfl $S
the Legislature. It required a tragic N : State of Florida, County of Bradford as. :
I, UAWSON J. Davis Ca.hicr of the
Jacksonville Times-Union : In his Incident in the death of Tubert toIII'UUHO above-named Dank ilo solemnly" 'aw&ar that
the conscience of the people ( the above statement r biennial to thu Florida Le&o:>- I
report I .
of the state to the barbarous condl- 'I PV61Ct II knowledge and belief.KAWSON
/ lature, soon td assemble, Superintendent -- J. DAVIS Caohler.
will the extension tens which prevailed so the North I Off l CORRECT ATTESTI
Cawthon urge Dakota boy did not die in vain. I IMeantime I I'llll' I I K 8. MATTHEWS,
of state aid to thu schools, showing I ( of 11,1 a I LT A. M. DARBY.
of ruining it is pertinent to inquire I / J, W. ANDREWS. SR..
that the prem.Tit-4.ilun money
what has become of the case of lllgglrbotham Directors.Subscribed .
for educational purposes through and aworn to before mo this
bond issues and special I tuxes in the whipping boss who 1 11th day of Junuiiry. 1025.
was convicted of killing Tabert? lie 'iSval A. J. THOMAS Notary Public..
( school districts Is not likely to prove
was granted. a new trial last July
in the long BANK STATEMENT
invariably satisfactory and released on $10,000 bond. Whyhasn't Ay HEtL'1s -
That .tho workH well
1e. a date for a new trial been set ? ,
sin wealthy communities and well-to- IIKAUFOKI) COUNTY UANK. STARKE.
'b( this
to of
do districts i Is argued, but unfavora- one those cases which In the State of Florida, at the close of bmslntsa -
'J Florida, in the complexity of its I b ivrTCttplEtbWTOWST5' December 81, 1924.Kesoureea.
r 1 bly in the poorer counties and dls- court ....
system ?
conveniently forgets
;' U desired to keep I All Loans and Discount.$325,701.04.
tricts. It naturally
Tampa Tribune. -- O...._,l._h_ 3,. d.
I" I the standardun throughout tho __ ___ __ __ __ ___ I'nited' "States' Ilonils ':::::::::::: 10,100.00:
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state, and yet with the very small f 8liil' County and Municipal bond 14050.00
LAKE BUTLER Miss Moore teacher. and E. S. :Matthews of 10 was Hankinif home Furniture and fixtures -
I. help obtained from Tallahassee and Daisy L'glow added., A dividend percent ._______..___________ 19.000.00
; the possibilities In the way of local Luke Butler, Jan. 10 Tlie I Fifth grade: Willie !Mae Young, At the close of the stockholders paid, the stockholders.The Other Real Eatnta ___________... 11059.06
would many blood, Essie Sapp, J. E. Crews, EthI:I meeting the directors held their first bank officials are well pleasedover Due. from Incorporated Dank. ... 48,098.23
advancement, many districts friends of Mr. Henry Vornes will I Cash Items -_.___._____.__._.._ 1,1108.59'
ultimately fare but ill and could regret to hear that he is criticallyill ridge Canon. :monthly meeting for the new year the showing made during the Cash on Hand ________.._______._ 11,1173.80
Sixth grade: Rose !Hodges, O'June ,and elected officers as follows: E. S. in spite of the fact that
hardly bo expected to keep pace with of his home in Johnstown. past year, Total ____________...______..441.884.52LI.bIUU.
the more favored sections Mr. I'. M. 1'adgctt and family have Adkins Norman Wiggins, Jay Moody, Matthews, president; A. M. Darby, crops were almost a total failure during ..

.... Miss Lillian Mackery, teacher J'j jli. vice-president; R. J. Davis, cashier 1921.\ Business has been good Capital' Stock Paid In __n_...___ 40.000.00
It l Is etatud in Mr. Cawthon's reJ moved to Urudcnton, where Mr. Pad .:. Surplus Fund .._ ...____... 18,000.09
port that In the school year 18911-180'\ : : I gett has bought property, and they STATE'BANK throughout thy' year, und especiallyso Undivlilod. 1'roflta (Guu Expense
school II. S. HONOR ROLL I I 1.\WTEY during the past few months. and Taxes 1'ni.l) ___._._____... 609.88
J, about twenty-three per cent of will make this their future home. 1 :MAKES GOOD! SHOWING elected follows N. Dividends. Unpaid Due Jan 1,
funds came from the state-and l at This estimable family will bo greatlymissed Fourth !Month. Officers were ns : 1926----------------------- 4,000,00

i present the precentu> is about five here as they hove been! citizensof I First grade, C. Class: Agnes Johns, j Annual Meeting Stockholders Held' T. Ritch, president J. II.; W.Ritch T. cashier Weeks, Individual Check _Dupoaita:---i--___-subjecto------_._-- 143.0S09

and one-half per cent. "The tendency Luke Butler for the pant sixteen Lucile Scott Vera Whisnant 13. M. Tuesday Afternoon. vice .president; ; Saving. Deposits ..>.-.___.______ 104.882.08Corl.n.oI
S. L. Peek, assistant cashier. Checks .. __ _. .. 65.80
to raise school funds by local taxa- years and have made hosts of friends Johns. | Cashier's Checks Outstanding578.77-- -

, lion works well enough in Home counties here. Mr. Padgntt, .served two terms First grade, A. Class: Louie and Lnwtey, January 11.-The regular MORE TURNIPS Bills Payable ____..___________.__ 41,716.67

'I ," he Buys, "but cannot bu depended im mayor of Luke. Butler end gave I Louise Brown, Leslie Uiggs. annual meeting of the stockholders I Total ________.__.. ______$ 1.884.G3
indefinitely fur other coun perfect satisfaction lie will held Farmers in this section to
t. upon enter the Second grade, B. Class: Dorothy of the Lawtey State Bank was appear State of Flnrtdn. County of Bradford ...i
ties. There are 1,012 special tax districts real estate business, in lirndcnton. here yesterday afternoon. The detailed ; be demonstrating what they can do I. J. ItllCII.. Cashier of the abovenamedBank

in thc state, and the levies are (loud health and prosperity is wished White, Alma Thornton, Dilly Rivers report of the bank's operations for in the matter of, raising turnips of do solemnly swear that the above state I
Thomas ment is true to the beat of and
Cecil Alice Smith, Eunice my knowledge
i ii. ....... from one to ton mills for maintenance fur our old citizens. I I the year 1024 as made by Cashier large size. L. D. Green, the dairyman, belief. J. H. HITCH. CashionCORRECTATTEST

of schools. Special levies to take care Rev. W. T. McGuire did not fill his I Strickland. Miss Olive Ray, teacher. Taylor was the subject favorable com is now the champion turnip growerof i I
First grade 11. Class: Ruth Bennett W. T. WEEKS.
yet of bond Issues amounted to $;ttHH-! regular appointment' at tho Christian Freda Drown ment from every stockholder present the county, having on display at N. T. RI'ICH. I

000. On June 30 11)21! it is'shown, church last Sunday on account of the Virginia Bradley, at the meeting. The report showed I the Strout Farm Agency four turnips n.! M. l.NMAN i ,

0 ,. the indebtedness of special tax school illness of his wife at his home in I Vera Claire Jordan Robinson, Lillian Albert Stern-Yar- that the bank is on a strong footing : of the Purple Top Globe variety Subscribed and sworn to before Directors.me this I

:' districts amounted to $15,000,000." Kay City, Gu. I berg, Uradley, and that it is making fine- progress. ,I weighing 22 pounds. Next! 1 11th day of Jan. ("."..
I borough, Charles Strundberg. l\aa\ i Scull E. K. PEitKVMAN. Notary Public
p.., The' Interest on these bonds amounts Walter Knight and John T.angford The report was so favorable that the
to $775,000 annually." I'1 lof the University of Florida spent a 1 i I Eunice Perkins, teacher. I II II stockholders are looking, forward to P.ERRY PRICES FIRM WITH .

,"' 1 Interesting figures are given in the few days with relatives here. I I I Second grade, A. Class: Martha the year !1025 as the best in the history A HEAVY VOLUME:
Powell, Lois Luke, Charles Drantlcy,
report which show that in the present W. II. Andrews of Kiiiford, has of the bank.
i i Louise Snyder, Elizabeth Holllngs- ,, Shipment for Three-O.iy !Period Show
I.. school year there were unrolled In purchased! the Schell building and ; Directors for the new year were He Procrastinates I
i worth Georgia Haynes, Total of I.1.H10 quarts With
: Canon building on main street I elected follows J. W. Andrews, G.
elementary grades 213,218 pupils", i i as :
1 Rivers, Mildred Hundley. Miss Ethel duality of Fruit Continuing :
In high schools 23,100, a total enroll J. II. Terrell, who huH been to Winter i Orlllln, teacher. F. Young, R. R. Thede, A. A. Smith, I High.
of : which to be Haven' visiting relatives) returned Durban II. C. Wimberly E. S. II
; ment 206,318, seems I I David ,
Third grade: S. R. Johns, Jr., Lois -
creditable when remembering Sunday. Matthews. Officers for the new I ; :
very !Long, Sinclair Peek Marguerite Prevail yearare Plant City, Jan. 10-Plant City'sf.
L that the census of 1U20\ gave Florida. Judge and !Mrs. A. C. Strickland Lois Adkins, Martha Drownlee, : E. S. Matthews, president; R. R. o. b. berry market-the largest
of less than million wen business visitors to Jackson- A. L. Taylor,
population a people. Katie Williams. Miss Alice L. Thurin, Thedcvicepresident; winter f. o. b. berry market in the

There were 8,322: teachers employed ville.Mr. teacher. cashier. world-has shipped close to a guar !

r at an average salary of $!)!).31. and MV.t. J. Husby, of Dayton, Fourth grade: Mary Urownlco, -- -- -- --- ter million quarts of the ]luscious
which Is of tho Ohio, visiting in Lake OFFICERS ELECTED: ; AT
are Butler
a great improvement shortcake filler, thus fur this season. tt '
Margaret Drown Pauline
t salaries paid u few years ago and They are the parents of Mrs. !Mary { Lucile Edwards, Etta Fay Gill, Sara STOCKHOLDERS To be exact, 230,530: quarts have been

:. :. that the property in the state is valued Maine.s of Sanford. They left for (Hope Huynes[ Eugene Prosser, Donle Bradford County Hank Reports Suc- | shipped, for which a total of $SH.-) '1

at $2-1,750,000.;:; Snnford the latter part of last week. Rivers, Richard Williamson, Jeannette tesufuV Year During/ 1921. 812.72 has been paid to local growers. i- }

Superintendent Cuwthon'n. report The Barnes Edwin Players opened Underbill. Miss Nellie Stearns, i For the past three days-the periodof ;- .

i and recommendations will bu given their week's. engagement at the local teacher. At the annual meeting held Tuesday Jan. G to 8 Inclusive-forwurdingsi

careful consideration in the Legislature high school auditorium withI! iI- the stockholders of the 't.--g
Fifth grade: Beverly Cady, Eloise! night by I i totaled 1-1,840 quarts, with prn' 'es a.
t and it be that something ,dred" a comedy drama of real worth Bradford Bunk directors for
i may hitch Evelyn Stump, Merrill Williams County holding around 33 and :H> centfor P '''
t can be done to relieve the situationhe und entertainment value. The various Joe Brown William Fenske, the year 11)25\) were elected as follows: the entire time. Fruit is continuingto > )

l: I complains of It Is certain that, parts wore well played and the Wilbur Grills Lester Price Robinson, W. T. Weeks., N. T. Bitch, O. M. In- hold up to an exceptionally high

many school districts have gone vatidville between acts kept the audience Don Stcrnhcrg, Victor Thomas. Miss man, T. J. Griffin and J. :M. Mitchell. quality, according both to growers &] 1

heavily in debt to carry on at a pace in a happy mooil. Those attending Isabel Sullen, teacher. Report of the year's business showed and buyers, and in many instances

t' '. with other sections, the school funds I the play were more than pleased Sixth grade: Stella Whitley, Milton a steady growth during 1021, and a daily choice fruit has sold for conIsiderably '

received from the state being Insufficient with the character of both play and Ilr'ownlee, Jr., Richard Long considerable amount of new business I above the daily average AlUE.

for the greater number and players.Dr :
I James quoted. .
I [ Richard Wainwright, Delia i Vi0cAe7[
f, not In a degree providing for modern W. F. Dunkle presiding elder I I Williamson Alice Fernandez -
equipment and ideas. i'f' the Jacksonville district, preachedtwo i HOLMES: COUNTY :NOW
Adkins, Rachael Silcox, Merrill Clemental, French Minister of t
I ..
The situation would be ideal of very interesting at the .. FREE OF CATTLE TICK
sermons hutch, Glenn Wood. Miss Mable F.II :- t Finance, whose failure to list U S. \
course, if a state tax could be adjusted Lake Duller church lust Sunday. The wards teacher. >.. ,. bw. Due War loans of more than 4,0JOCKJO-( ,- I
that would provide for the proper business meeting of the rlrst quarterly I I Seventh to the consistent cooperation 000 amongst his nation's inventoryof I

and reasonable carrying on of schools conference was held at 3 o'clockin grade: Theodore Young .. on the part of farmers and stock debts, has stirred American tax

!in all counties with a per capita allowance the afternoon. There was a good Jerry Moore, Leila Dea Andrews, ) l i owners, Holmes county i is now officially ire. They now want to j
Clara Louise Peek, Elizabeth Fonske .J, free of know black and and j
and congregation at both : cattle ticks. The last dip In white officially
This services :
no special taxes. considering
I Estelle Kendrick, Louise. j ,4' k the debt will btlUJ .
be the rainy weather. Hayes, ., ping took place on December 23, and WHEN pall 1 1
may Impossible, but certainly ,. ..' .\ .
Pearl Johnson, Gertie Johnson. Mrs. bow BUMfe lDUI.sU
this zone l is now free of
something should be done Mr. Wm. ChuvoUH of Dublin practically
to prevent (in., Mcuda Hodges teacher. ,, )> .
the piling up of bond issues in school is now the manager of the Union .. quarantine restrictions.
districts that actually cannot afford 'ounty Times. High School C e This does not mean that the entire -
to pay the interest demanded and Mrs. ,f. W. Jones and two children Eleventh: grade: Gussie Mae Bennett <>. .- 'r d as western section of the state is tick-

look forward only to further and me visiting Mr. and Mrs Julian Load- ;I U'livy, Elise Norman.. Jones Mrs., Edna T. J. !Manning, r .a.ae free for a quarantine is still kept up L Li Inaugural Bas>> I
Alderman| against certain of Washington
more ,'xl'en..ibund issues to retirethe holt? In Jacksonville. Mrs Jones is I Miss. a portion
the mother Carolyn Fripp, Miss FlorenceMatthews county, Dr. J. W. Wood, the ---
bonds! when due. of Mrs. Loadholtz. I I :r---::
{ : S. S. Dowling, teachers. federal veterinarian who has been ,
-- Susan Elwes and daughter I ___ __ I ,
KOA1) ANiT"CONVICTSThe Frames, of Jacksonville. spent last STOCKHOLDERS; ; HANK OF here' in charge of the work, is of the I .. '
: hi opinion that this section is in the \
Sunday Luke
i administration of Governor Butler guest of Mr. I STAUKE HOLD ANNl'AL :MEET.: "
and I Mrs. J. K. Harper. tick-free class, and that, with a little I

Ilardec was notable for two things,- Rev S. S. Proctor lilted his regu- Report For Year 1921 Highly Grnti- dipping! in the spring to kill any lurk. ,
above all other achievements
Its bar appointment in the first DmUist, tying (to All Concerned.The irir larvae the tick will be a thing of
road. building and convict reform. church last \ f the past in Holmes county.
Sunday at Aucilla. Mrs. 1'
The road building operations. have' Proctor annual I meeting of the .stockholders t ,
accompanied him.
1 been the most effective of fo'ir of the ,
any Dank of Starke was
Mrs. S. S. Proctor I '
years In the history of the state. Although received a telegram I held Tuesday night at the office of the :State Legislatures will soon be In ..
there has been much criticism / Tuesday from her n'iceIre.! bank and :c.sIon. Few new Laws are Needed,
C' 1 the good report of the of.licers
a dal of the State Road Department especially W. T. Christian of Columbus, CJa., I of the institution covering the I hut Tax Reduction and Tax Equalization -
j that a stork hud left a fine U pound are Essential for '
the charge that it has favored 1 business of the past year made the I II Farming, Industries ( :
boy at their I
home that
I '. Mr one section of the state at the ev. morning. occasion u most pleasurable to and Business. Let our Lawmakers -

1 n pens of the others it has, in tic' The Standard Oil Co. has just completed those who own the capital stock.one I Govern The-nselves: in Accordance b a 1
the erection of a :20.000 gallon I with the wishes of the
t main, functioned well, and has built t The cashier's report covering the people
'. storage tank and are making other .t+ Expressed in the Last Election.
i miles of good roads which will serve 3 year showed that the stockholders
I the need of the people for man repairs to their plant here which add hnd been .
)' paid a fine dividend goodly OKfGK FOR
quite a bit to the looks of a PUBLICATION
It.Ir.! .
11 years to come. Its program I U being r I I sum had been passed to the
Hoirers sur-
the agent, is going about with Lrek.rc. In Circuit,, Court Stale( of Florida Elilhth
proceeded with as rapidly as possiblein plus and
a smile on his face undivided profits account and Judicial, Circuit Bradford. County. In Chan
most instances. There are Impor I that a large number of new depositors c."ryMr 1 ivI
pant of road work that shouK i. *. T. E. Underbill et .1! complainant, 1I
pieces HONOR) iioL! (01SlW: RIVER been added to the bank's books. ve.I. .

have been completed before this time, SCHOOL According the report the bank isenjoying Uncle Sam's greatest submarine, ,"U.. Little, et at defendant
-bllt "we can't have everything.'i", __ _____ feet I It appvannic, by affidavit, ..ppended0 the
a substantial 3-ll't all launched
and steady over hill Bled In the .bove-.'lat..d. uu. that Lea- I 9
Under Governor :Martin, this greai t' First grade: Grace! Adklns, W. N. growth its resources at the close of at Portsmouth Sh is nearly twice li. Little. Tom Bake Edwin Hancock, and
be John,. the sire of other all other partie elam' ''''nor under them whoaname U
improvement work will continue j business on December 31st"' any under-sea m. T. OUliher head of the <

And, perhaps, seed up a bit. The no-. Second grade: Elva Hodges, Ina close to a quarter of a million totaling dollars. craft and can trove! "1 'trots an named ar ar* unknown nunrevtdenu' of-lefcnrfanta the State of therein Florida rrdcrnl! American National Bank

tor ear owners of the state are now r Kerce. The board of directors hour on the surface or u knots an and are reMnt of a State, In the United nt. vvn-iirrgtcn, era been appointedc..a.rm.in
.1' Third elected for hour under water. Shr is fast State of America but dot* Dot know them u| tb..
pouring into the state treasury hun grade: Albert Davis. the VJ2.: '. committc in
year consists of A. :M. Dar enough to stay with i..tor. ships of inch rmtdnc and an* over the age crnire.f Pre-.o" '
dreds of thousands of dollars for li. Fourth grade: Flora Belle Johns. by, J. W. Andrews, J.. W. .White. John 'erhig maneuvers. of that twenty-one Bald. nonrnidunt yar. deftndanu it II therefore be and ordered an .. ..a MNek 4t.V111I. | C-lelJggv'. iasrs"rftl -

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