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 23, 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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oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02265
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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t handier of Commerce to Bring Experienced !. l I. F.. Knight Spent lasti
FLOODS DAMAGE HEAVY i uccK I'untu iorda in
Canner: to This Territory ; 'iI I in company
, with, Mr l'. W. Bowman eof

-- 1Me ----- -. .. -- I ". I'.unpa' looking over the holdings of
,\ "ooiiimittoo was appointed at the "Ye 4 '
(nES: 1'10ON: ; bind mar I'untu Gnrdn held by
mutt! of thu chamber of commerceat Several Lives Are Lost III t.enroll.Alabama ; syn-
ing StL'i'OERN\ HISTORX ilu.itc" .in which lI Law toy l ht Friday niiiht: to work: and South Carolina .'
\noilier bual eaten, Mr. H. O.
11"AMI,nl( the ,reopening of the cunning When !Many Streams Are The DiuiKhtors) of the Confederacy I Unio;' I i. -eirelarj, : ,treasurer of tho

t.utnry at Starke at an early date. Itwas From Their the Children the .
Forced 'nnd', i I' n\ vrani/eil fur thu purpose
leuvnod that an experienced l can- Hunks. i, will )please iiirefully tur.v the two I j t "i ?imping: an l.t'n'iv( (' tract ofI

fling loan now operating n factory i in following subjects sUKKosted bythe I" ]1 I ,i' I I in, ..ir, that gimving, 'lotto The

T,'nix-s-eo was anxious to come to Atlanta, January 18-Several lives State Historian. These, are the 111'\1 t j new.s ilea! 0 .1-5 l.iUin from

tin section and take over the plant, have been lost and largo property of series of Souther., I ,il f ..
a questions on :n) xF.t +4 i i I l i i.lie of .the Finn's, \I'luoni :
,if the farmers of thin i section would, incurred the result ofv.i.lkn 'history .
tl.imagu .
as I ,
: < i i "Mi'K Manor. a binutifiil: sU -
anreo to grow the necessary productsto streams in Georgia Alabama !II 1. Why cull thu mighty contest "f | > <. i J.nii; I IIi.. mn'111 "Id".r i tho

'keep the plant running. ,and :South Carolina, caused by heavy ]! sixties "The War Between the N 'ip.i"' In..e and, 1"\.1"1'\ i t.i ,I'. "'"t1. -

The prices proposed to be paid fur gum, of the past ton days. 'instead: of the "Civil War" Stutew'I, I 1.Mi., .I I., i'.I- ".>lil Ibis w,,i-eli to A

thii produce, appeared to lu1 Millicici- .4 I Engineer); C. L. Dunham and T. B. i f Secession"' or the "\\'ur of low Hoi I i ',,''N, ,ill.. i"I't mil-nil'. .Ipll.lh\' ts, 'tt 1 u

I ly attractive to induce the growers of f Toiler, u yurdmaster, were killed and hellion" (The littler three are misnomers "n.I il, of ,il I nil ,.1'| I Ibr Inn -I ,iio-;,

this : ,'(Jon to plant the acreage wanted 1"1'111ler..ol1s/ injured early today,1, and should not be used. ) I II i ''II'i nl- ,in the si.,ili' "Olld |to

mid tlit. committee I'olUpose,1 ofMo.srs. II. Munn. of Nebraska, ulun n Southern Railway passenger. ce rr I i < l lh"1 iThis: : ? 11'nn 1 -I fr1 t u ..iiino
2. What the that I 1.1! J
were Ijto
: K.'; S. Matthews, J. II. :Moore I causes
and 258 t roan 1 plunged through trestle, wcuktcurd nl' .
tall weighing a ho I ,
6 ft., 7 in. I iruo-t deals lo I e rI i I lui'uii -
the War Between till Slates ? Canadian
and.F. F. Stump, wns appointed to Is tho new wrestling t by the llood waters of Mulberrycrock A. McPlmd\ President .
pounds, tin pn'uu hui/ |? b HUH in M. II c.tatv *-
confer with the growers and learn champion of the world. He pickedup M miles from Selmii Alabama. !' :U. The Life of Gen. Robt. Ii:. Lee. Co-op. Wheat Pooling\
: Co Association ; and, il I is claimed/ H t vnll n'nltIII
told Ameiicnii -np
their views, in the in.itler. Several of the former champ "Strangl't' A Nashville Chattanooga & St. Some "don't's" to be observed:
numbers' Washington lust weeklu. Ihr I rnrly! expenditure\ : of .it least
the luiuc/r; truckur; i of the countyhave Lewis, and tossed injured him fromthe/sect 1.inns KuiKvuy passenger! train struck) 1st. Don't argue about Southern' ..* the fon'ers in his piovincen, $ Lists It'll' m h.ying out ;and lioatiiify-"
agreed to grow produce for thefactoiy ring. Lewis was slide six history unless! you are posted us to [ marketed at top
a miles from Carter vill", '
he could not resume. I 1'1< 'f"' ore'tug." i II I 1111>; the properly.. There l i. u flnooraiiKO
at the prices quoted and it i is ously I' facts and statistics. in Canada. j.
while enioute from Nashville to At- ,l' 'i r II i! ';rain grovo on thin placo, /us well I';

believed to be only a question of u few l lanta. Engineer V. F. lletsell was 2nd. Don't say Civil War, but War as a spacious\ dwelling which will ho

weeks before plan- will bo comletedfor [ 1 A I HKMVAL AT TILE I II killed! and Fireman! J. M. Cooper injured Between the States." WET\ : Wl<;A'I'IIIU!: HITS enlarged and converted into tai elegant
making the :Sturke | METHODIST CHL'UCH I HEnU1'I.( .: 1ENT ,\
factory practically I j ji None of the passengers were 3rd. Don't say "Lost Cause": in referring clubhouse. Among mcmltora of
a ycur-urouml institution.CONCENTKATION reported injured. I to tho Southern Confederacy. j II.O11I1! .; DECREASE:
I the syndicate! \purchasing thl.11'0',1'\
i I A revival meeting began at the Reports from Albany Ga. Our cause was not lost. I ty are< D. I';. Knight, of Starko,
were senator -
AT Plant Jan. HI Vet watlhv'early 'r
1 Methodist church last Sunday niuht City,
'' LARGE SCHOOLS GKTRESULTS and l is to be conducted for sometime.I jto the effect that Will lift, 21, and ,, 4th. Don't. speak of our Confuderate : ": in the: wook stuck u knife into for, Bradford county, and 10'. W.
States President "Jeff
Asa lift 2r of as ; 110\\11I/111. of Thu former who
former Tampa.
sons n
the thn'oI
y IS BELIEFThe The preaching is being done by'ill :, tho berrymen'H prollts -
out give him due honor and of
thu speak has considerable
luf city, are to have lost holdings in .Sariisnta -
-- Hill Evangelist of Atlanta Ga., I day period of Jan. 1 13-11: /? inclusive,
t. their lives in the flood of him as "President Duvrs" or "Jelfor- is olio of the best known tutu
\ idea that best results obtained i water Flint I highly
,, are Will Hill is. an evangelist of note Davis." sales fulling to $14.1(74.40!( ) from u total -
| river.. They went to thu river last son I respected citizens. lIf tho northern
a in rural schools by having: having held revival meetings throughout | of $52,711.20: for the lust throepreceding .
(night in to boat r th. Don't say you believe the \part of the state. Mr. Ilovvnmn Is
$ fewer small schools and instead con this country from the Atlantic an attempt keep a '' union days. Prices hit their a
from being lost in the Hood and since South wall right, say you know it. well known developer of llillsliorou Ii
centrate on graded institutions i in level with
I lowest Monday
to the Pacific and from Canada lo nn averageof
1 have been I These subjects: are given you that and Mnnutco The
missing.Approximately counties. dual l nbovo
strategic locations is growing accord. slow
: the Gulf. He is now conferenceevangelist know the 17 cents and have boon on1
ing to the annual report of the state, of his own conference by 40 homes were under you may true history of the rise as quality improved for the past mentioned l was effected 1 through the
South, and in no to incur bit.
rural school inspectors, R. L. Turner the appointment of his bishop and fas water at West Point tonight, terness three days, averaging IK cents Tuesday agency of th.lcCrachn Realty

and 11'. Geiger. This is shown, it I I being endorsed by his friends for Mayor Phil Lanier state I Our Confederate or feeling. Veterans I and 25 Ol'ntlllIwsday, and Company of this place.llim .
are -
growing -'
said, in the decreasing percentage of general evangelist.' Having. held more ; The Chattahoochee river on which I fewer, and the few remaining are Thursday. : itY "SHIPMENTS: t I'IUSI: ; :-

one-teacher schools in tho state, than two hundred l successful revival ,, 'the town borders, had reached a growing more feeble Friday's movement looked vary

throughout the last twenty years>, meetings, thousands of souls have!' 'stage of 2.) feet and still was rising. Therefore, it is: sacred every day I I light! during the morning! hours. More than one hundred crates of
our to
The decrease has been growing high been converted under his preaching, I II. "West Point is about half snb- guard their honor and that their Quality of fruit for tho past berries wore shipped from Starke

(Pr during the last half of this period. and tens of thousands have been re- ,i''merged" the mayor said, "but we Jo descendants know the truths nee of Southern days has been pour. but with n Lhr"1 I I during the past week prices being

For example, Marion county 1 is I rived and lifted to a higher plane 'not expect there will be serious dainnge. history.In I clear weather is expected to speedily paid I; proving very satisfactory to the

given. There the total number of one of Christian living. \Ve are fortunate Since the flood of lUKv(> when a attitude toward the "other, return to standard. I j; growers" Owing to the condition of

teacher schools in the year endingin to have .such a good! man to preach' heavy' loss was suffered, we have taken side" your be us Chieftain; --.- .- -- -- ,[' berries arriving in tho market' from
was our great
1918 was 41, which was 70.0! percent to us. here intarkt", and the pastor every precaution possible to prevent Robert" I E.!) Lee, when of,;. | HAMPTON! Plant' City and' points south of horn,
of the total number of schoolsin such another similar disaster.' piesident h.... to the reins f
and members of the Methodist church oxce-i.sive prices ;
the county. The totnl number of extend a most brotherly invitation to'' 'Our water tind light plants are intact mother Wubhiiuilun of and student Leu 1 University. The! 'I! Hampton, Jan./ : 21f:! .1.,.,. (Clayton, ofFoil I I-I ,... i mi'' i ideriiblv, :' lower tlian thug I

I schools in l-l!' was 82, only 17 0 f, I the pastors and, ni'inhcis n.f all our 'and l are not in' danger." lucent a in memory of, ( Pajne, Alabama, who spent the hour been at this' season 1 of the
atilt'.ruins h l
which were one-t'uchcr institutions. inter churches in the town and sur- When a dam burst. near Fort Vul- Hetweeii cantoned y theWar Mininu'i heie last join, i isisilnie; i: i' ,1 i .link, I ,oiivillo nmiUili, I I I"'p"t.| .,,
, j.t; The reduction of teacher schoolsis Icy Ga. this afternoon 70 Stales, soul to Gen.: here iio-ui n, and will\ upend 1 tho the' / .
one. I .rounding country to be present with feet of a Lee "di'nciul ; ntiipl/ of ipmnutii' ul.I'.a,1\ I'm., ",
directly and "unmistakably traceable us to pray for our men women, boys j t fill at Mo.ssey crook on the Central (of : 1 want you to" lu 1..1 1 months at Hamilton.I WIIII..j rr nlhli' 'in" the driippiiiK', ill'pi i..'.. "
I boy hate
to (the \ankeeH.
l ,: to tho consolidation of schools," and girls out of Christ and for a 'Georgia railroad washed l away. The m.\Gun. I I.ue I i I W. I'. llirt l and family, of A l n1: 1 1 n r.s coming to r Ihe, "lnppm.fplutfoini I I
.: the northbound Dixie gravely, thupprueutglr'uttsVL'rcd ,, weru .the guests of Mrs' IJirt's. sisters, '
rE'porpninb out. In Santa Rosa deeper spiritual experience for those Flyer stopped just /, are the lined, shipped, lioiilStarke ,
: "Madam tunu;, '
county the elimination of oneteacheri of our town who profess to known 'before it reached the washout. son home. We do ple.ibu our i.iMIssuii Mary! and Ado Nlmnio, last' in, many icnmni., 'bnnu, l.n.u,, I

i schools has gone on still factor 1 I Him in the pardon of their sins. I| At Dublin, Fort Valley and other to Hutu. not tench our boy 1 .Sunday.I well foi iiii-il and line ,Mm,or, :s" i onnli.ao
t these it is said. (Georgia cities. railroad officials I Ira Adams, who is teaching at been
years, Preaching at 7:30: p. m. The hour,1 reported Kemeniliur "' just light Per, I Ihr best
"in all
Plnellas is described however 1 train things bo kind Highland, was /it visitor, hero lust Men growth. uf the.
: county for the day service will be announced I service was being de'moralized iSiek '( fruit and jiuili tit ,ions
only to give out truth and
as having done more compre later. as a result of the heavy I II i romember day. are that the urovvurs of this ncction,
"I'' hensive consolidation ruins. Two wrecks have ]'' that wu are 'now one greatUnion Mrs. J. P. Sullivan and Mrs. I. J, will have >
"partial" than ----- I occurred': u bun.' und\ |prolitable' ship- '..
HARDMAN- welded together the noblest "
other MOVING 'h I Dublin by Priest ware business visitors to '
any county in tho state, having near within the past several plug season.
now six consolidated schools, live of, ,| TO NEW LOCATION . ,
them high schools, and one a school I'I -- i'Heavy damage to tho crops in the enternity.Front I Mrs. H. B. Peoples and daughters, |prices riiiinlng $I ii: to $7 per bushel;
of eight grades. .I:' B. S. Ilardman, who has been running l section of the state surrounding Dub- I time to time jour historianwill ', Annie Ruth and Virginia, who hove Tuesday the. shipments increased to ,
a lunch and fruit stand) the publish articles those'
Under the plan for consolidatingthe : near j lin was reported. explaining 1 boon the guests of Mrs. Peoples' nearly HO crates, the price droppingto

smaller rural schools, the authorities depot is moving his stock to the Predictions that the Chattahoochve subjects, as many may differ from brother, Moultry l Roberts, of Jacksonville | ift.M\ ) to *0 per hushul.KIIIB ,
brick building on Walnut street lus, and some may not understuniLLucia l'
have home
concentrate their efforts on a I river would reach 45 feet at Columbus I returned -- -'--'--
formerly occupicM\ by tho Highway i S. Alvarez, Historian, W. T. IljHTKos
practieular location and provide, were made by officials there to- Mrs J.P. Sullivan was the guestof
transportation facilities for childrenin j', night. In Girard, Ala., the river him Weeks Chapter, U. D. C. friends. and relatives ut Waldo this Fire at I ::JII) u. m. Monday totally destroyed -
The Interior of -- -- ---
the : this building has ,risen into two week. the homu! of Owen Anders In
surrounding/ territory. During streets and several BAPTIST CIIUKCH: Ill!IUTIN:
1923 the number thus transported I been repainted in white, and I\1rj j'negro' houses have been abandoned. I I Mrs. II. IJ. May, of Therossu, wasu the western part of town, togetherwith

was 11/! 2I I nt a cost of. $:?!Ja,211: 1.73 o r lIal' man will have a clean, sanitary South, of Columbus, where the banks i{ A splendid. ; offering! was made last business. visitor bore this week. the furnishings.' Tho entire

$2I. iO per pupil for the wheal) year.CKN'I location for his stand. I II >\are low the water has spread over I'i Sunday, in both the Iii lilt' School and, MM. ( '..III'y was a visitor to Wal .i t.trlldlr11' in lluimm when the lire of

'r -- --- --_ I!I 1J.liEUMOVIXH -TO'- --- 'many acres of farm land. Hundruds. ,I the church, for Near Knst; relief. I It do 'last Sunday. loinpanv/ arrived, and. for sumo. reason ,

'EN A R Y CA: RRYINGO ; NEW QUARTERS 'of bales of cotton were moved from I was really beyond what wus expected Rev ('1'-. 'it, of Clearwater, Ihe xvafer firossttro wax so low that

N C.1blP.tGi.: tit uiirehousus on the Columbus water and we arc sure the blessings, cif filled his regular appointment ut the the lireinen, could not reach the burn

I I The Starke Bakery is moving this front: to u higher level. I' Him in whose name it was given will (Christian church last Sunday morning ing house with tho, Wilt,.,.. The distance ,

A Centenary Campaign, termed the, week to the recently completed con- j At Macon, Ga., the Ocmulgee river enrich the lives of those who shared and evening. to the nearest hydrant required

Carrying On Campaign, of the, crete building owned by II. A. Bishop 'reached a stage of 25.3 feet, equal- in the offering.On S. B. Woodurd and' family loft thin considerable hone to cover, find this i

Methodist church South, for the I-1 I oh Walnut street. A new oven is be- ''ing; the highest previous record, and next Sunday the regular servIces work for Plant City; where they expect delay and the insiifllciont water only i

lection of unpaid Centenary pledgesand / I i ing constructed in the rear of theh'' IItii was rising at 0 o'clock tonight.A I of the church will be held. Bible to make their future homo permitted the saving of the outbuildings -

for securing new money, is now building and the interior will be built I' levee below the city gave away. school meets at 0:45: a. m., Prof Wiggins Mrs Mary Geiger and Mrs[ Jennie The hiss wits partially covered -

on. The period set apart for this campaign to Mr. Nobles' specifications to pnr- IA circus in winter quarters at the i' superintendent. One hundred (Roper, who have been the guests of by insurance

is from January IS to March mit the best handling of the bread I j Macon Central City park began moving 1 per cent classes is the order for tho friends and relatives in Jacksonville Thu house was unoccupied. at the ,

8. During this period every churchin during the baking process as well to higher levels owing to danger day. !|! returned to their home hero last Suturday. time, Mr. Anders and family being on !

Southern Methodism is called upon as the display -of the finished bread from the flood water. I Divine worship at 11:00: when the I, tho Float: (Const where bin Anders ,

to do its best to raise a sufficient! sum I! and pastries. I I The Savannah river at Augusta pastor will| begin a series of ser I j Mrs Priest has as her guest this attended, the meeting of the American -

of money to keep our missionary ___ri_ I "The I week Mrs. I. J. Punholster of Green Legion ut )Daytona. !
reached a depth of 32 foet, l II inches, I mans on Key of Life and How IIt ,
work 1WEAKS JAIL IN THE i ..
going in both the home and
i Works" 1' Cove Springs. ---
[ at 8 o'clock and still was at' The series will be based
foreign fields. | WEE: SMALL HOURS PKCANH: TO() IIONOLULI'F. )'
I ,; the rate of two inches an hour North j i upon our Lord's most interesting W. H. Alexander was transacting' /r
The church at Starke did not wait; Beulah Jackson a dusky inhahl- j 1 Augusta highways covered 1 parables, the Good Samaritan. What business in Jacksonville lust Tuesday. A, Scott made u shipment' of
until Sunday 18th to begin. tho cam. tent of the section of Starke commoni were Mrs. M. L. pocnns Monday to n customer In far IA
i{ with water and traffic suspended but I remedy this, for human ills of all 1 Maynard, IIHs Wilmui f
j It'
paign. Both the morning and ly called Reno was arrested Monday off, Honolulu.' This was u repent order I
evening: j[ the city proper was believed safe from(' sorts! The series will bo instructive i Alexander and A. N. Wilson visited ,
i and
services llth night after having I speaksvell" for tho quality of
Sunday were on the partaken too the flood. i: and helpful to all who attend! friends and relatives, ill Aluohim lust j ,
subject of missions, tho pn-t'>rpreaching i freely of Vol.stcad's Regulator, on The low lands the I and H. .
on the Centenary, setting: I charge of hein.r drunk and! ,d.r: nidi' .rl/. the South Carolina side, have city! learn, on Y. .I'. I at d,.il). A fuH iitt-...,it,.in. i .i.f i Mi is FllrtduthS'h'vl: I, wlio, Iris. been i i '.tinners( ,.', .For erred! VMIII out 1
M' .
forth till pl.'in I before 'mir th'.uch to, I Through th'kuk curried; b, the ,for .v".d, alii Mt has followed, the method, of
invaded .l.y the water, but little dam.it all i- di- red K'i, ,n rig; u ?.' hip lit inonlli' '''' in f O. i I' Ihi* .',
raise b.ilume on pledwi; and ,Hiving ] ""amp -,' -il and the I.11'nrl-o I f an e was reported. i 7.'It:: ). I I""tie first in .I -r,u'i nt'i fiiifiKsuriii'in guest of tnii'llilfind" ,iclativi hi n" ii,." II'S t in,,' 'in puperi' i'h"" "", -Ii I ho !

some of tho things which this great i ; : a'lmm: r on the outside, thi > I k wasodrunr'in .. will hi .. this ", uk. She M on bore to Fab- nth, ., fiiitnslnni',, { the ( in,s' in' Ii e I
-" --- ; )pi i Milled, tt. '''''111' 'rul way
nuiviimnt I of, our church has already 'I broken .early Turr day *; n PRESntTERIAN topibeing'" "Worthwhile Women, ins>, A18"h'r" sho will, [In; at homu, and ten (pound. packages. Ha hits cxpenoncod :-

done Gut; last :Sunday: Ibth J the day 1 the duky daft damsel departed down -- of thi. IJible." The woman of whomwe i with her parents, Mr. 'and Mrs. I. A. no trouble in disposing of

set apart for the beginning of the, lurk deserted detours directed by herR I Rc, J. Shepherd, D. D. Super1intendent I shall speak on Sunday, night is iin'! Wheeler. formerly uf Ihntptun.I his nuts every year, lit fancy prices
L. darling dllrl'.d'vlandy.\ of the Presbyterian Hoard in this manner
campaign; two visiting laymen Old Testament
(; charai ter, and we shut I' ..
McCord conference lay leader and F. When the jail delivery was discovered in Florida, will preach in this churchat consider her under the title, "A Woman Entertainment by Ladies. Council of tlllWAY[) -- ,

J. O. Pulsipher)' district lay lender,, the next morning, Chief Kite departed both morning and evening service Unnamed The Christian Church.:
yet Famed. i' :Midway Jun.
of the Florida Annual Conference of In .search of his star boarder, and at Waldo in the afternoon. 'I The numbers the On Friday. evening, Jun. :3lth( ut Mr. IT. Ouppfoa .
attending services was In
Jacksonville were present and had I but while still afar off she espied thee Doctor Shepherd Is a fine speaker !i during u series of sermons Is evidenceof 1' II:00 o'clock the Indies will entertain business.our community this week on i

change of the services at both t h glitter of his star and put the jack and a wonderful Bible scholar. From .the interest that ''at a 00 cent social at the home of Mrs.
have J.
morning and afternoon hours, the' rabbits to shame in a burst of speed I the reports that have; come to the j' connected people in 1 .!, F. Johnson. The proceed to be O. Dennison and N. A. Corner
discourses and made
; we are sure I used a trip to Lake Butler thin weak.
former for nearby Starke church concerning him it will making necessary repairs on
preaching a lay sermon at; swamp. these two series of sermons will Mr. G. W.
eleven and the latter at 2:30.: With; L The jail still mourns for its depart- be to the best interests of all the i i cure a generous attendance of se- the parsonage. All members of the Charley ftenlson Thomas has bought the

this splendid beginning, we trust ed guest. II people of Starke to hear at leant one (' shlppeM.. woe ,,| church are requested to be present Mr. and Mrs. place near hen.
J. I. Waters
of these 'land combine business with were
sermons they make pleasure.
that the interest this movementwill can
!great 11,000 ACRE TRACT OF LAM\) the The ordinance of Baptism will be I Iadministered ,i,: Admission for married couples guests of Mr and Mrs. WIHUnuon
arrangements to do it.
continue to until necessary
grow everyman SELLS FOR $100.000A at the morning service. 'I!' Sunday ttrnnun.
SOc each. ,
and woman in Starke Methodist I Sunday School at 10 a. m. Preaching Young people SOc<< per
church and friends will redeem in full deal was closed Tuesday whereby at 11.Christian. | ;Mrs. Thornton Stririgfellow returned I I'couple. An interesting time and plenty Mr. Lacy Douglass and family vUl-
Senator T. J. Knabb of !' tee G. W. Thomas this week.
their pledge made to this cause. Macclenny I Endeavor at 6:30: p. m. to her homo in Gainesville Tues of good cats are in store for every

The good women of the church became the owner of a 11,000 acre Preaching at 7:30.: day. :She was accompanied. by11': and 1 I one who will attend. turned home last Saturday.

served a bountiful dinner at the noon tract of land lying in the southern I You are cordially invited to attend Mrs. J. Af.: Alvarez and :Miss, Aili'onAliure Mrs. R. L. Kalch, of Oak is spend T. M. lluitin is having his. large a.

hour which was much enjoyed by all. part of Baker county, the consideration -' any or all of these services. /. ing this week with her relatives and store holding on /Main street recovered -

present. being, it is understood in the .- ---- -. -- ..- friends at Hampton. and generally repaired.
neighborhood of $100,000. Messrs. J.i i ,, Mrs. Josephine Sullivan visited' her K. S. Matthew., of Stnrkf .
Mrs. L. A, W. Alvarez, of Starke, and John P. nephew Mr. wan a
E. M. Johns and Mrs. Wm. Jones, of There Ma. business visitor here this week
Gaine Till Sapp, of Sapp, were the former own- this week.
Reynolds motored to : I Chamber of Commerce Meeting RPV. Hicks, of Waldo will nil his
Thursday afternoon.Mr. ers of this valuable tract of land. It': ,, blll. Mary Prevatt Is visiting regular' appointment at tho Baptist

is understood that Mr. Knabb i is con- j friends and relatives in Jacksonvillethis lt church

J. J. Rigdon and daughter, Miss 1 netted with a syndicate! now buying 8:00 week. I' n ine.r next Sunday morning anti eve-

Eva, spent Sunday with friends in, j Iul' large tracts of land in this part of I I Lc.mptnu! Tonight, Friday, !| V. B. Wheeler who has J been fo I' Sunday school st 10 a. m. and B. Y.

Lake City. the "tale for development purposes :I several months in South Florida,, re- P. U. at 6j3: p. m.


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..... .. FAULTY NUTRITION 'employed in Jacksonville, I is here on POPULAR OPINION IN lion to the next legislature providing
i..... ; I :Mrs. Josle Ian enabling act which will
a visit with his mother F.'OID'E"TISL'i'G permit
.. '.-.ISaIU. l Many of the ailment of grown
6Lt.:7: people be traced Hall. CAMPAIGN FOR STATE my city or incorporated community:
: to faultynutrition.
VaI may J. A J. McKinney has been confined to establish zoning regulations.
!; Wefl-fcd children
to his home near here with pneumonia -
emptitficn adults withstand weakness better Practically everybody in Florida
than those who His( friends will be glad to favors an extensive advertising cam- Peach trees should be sprayed in
nourished. are know he is improving. paign of the state's resources and ad- December with 1 to 8 lime-sulphur to
-- ------- II. H. Jones who has been employed vantages. Judging from views expressed control San Jose scale and a number
in Orlando has returned to his of injurious fungi.
i number of busi-
by a large
for the right word-"a man can't tell Scott's
CURTIS WRIGHT LECTURES I Emulsionsupplies home here. ness men that the advertising should
SALLIE JUST LOVES IT! what you're expecting of him."drinking I Rev. Crosby of Starke will fill his be financed by state appropriation, Winter rains, washing hillside,
thinks of
stall ; "No one anything I the weakened child or regular appointment here Sunday. the Florida Development Board directors poor land small crops poverty- trl ken -
I don't there's use and know it, I re-
guess any nyxx-a-days, you
have endorsed that but farmers one of life's sad stories.
for thebathing adult with food-factors that ,Remem-ber, plan
further, so here goes I I"You're
ing any torted. !
Sunday every order the of their It all together.The .
in to
suit episode" I 'unnounced right. We men have hrd j other foods often fad to furnishin ; secure views goes
luncheon and 'I' needful volume. at 3 o'clock, members and of the commercial organizations I
when we had ordered to accept these things because CVPII
I Brown M. Varae in the state the question merchant keeps records of hi"-
were facing each other across a mothers and sisters drink Not a great deal of Scott's C. B. and were
table In a secluded corner. tails and smoke in public. But COCk-I Emulsion! is needed-but a little I, hu iness visitors to Starke Saturday.Mrs. has been submitted in a referendum.The transactions in goods bought and, sold
Curtiss Wright looked at me with tell you this, Sallie, men have regularly often means I : Nina Wynn and children, of voting will close on January 31. I men hired and paid. The farmer's
Graham, visited her' parents Mr. and The Florida Development Board business deserves just as much
unwavering and then Bald sysJtem. -
an gaze cylinder brains when it comes to women vigor and I
with a deliberatenegs that was Im- and while smoking! and drinking to those who are rei I''[ :'olr-. J. A. J. McKinney here last also has sent out a referendum to The merchant says it is necessary -
: .
determine whether they shall
week. spon-
pressive.: are not in themselves vicious, a in vitality or who are

"I've been thinking Sallie, about man subconsciously measures a girl Scott.;amore Bloom field, N J. M->> I ___ _____.______
the whole thing, and I've decided that by these same petty vice: *. By I
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it'* none of my business. I believe utmospher of recklessness about her. .

however that you understand the interest But then-." He flung out his handsin FLOIHIM WEEKLY IN- HELLO" THIS s THIS'a 1 DO s't> REMEMBER f1A'Y

that prompted" me to ask for a disconsolate fashion. Dl'STRIAL: REVIEW FOLKS = CIS T OOPS.? -WM.KIN'! 'BATH Vu><4 i 6oo64r FROM
an explanation. should I ,resume to lecture
; . . .
"Then you don't want me to tell you about such matters. In discussing STORE ? _. / a
you?" I eagerly inquired. morals one rune the risk of making Jacksonville-Florida East Cua-t I IN OUR \ --
railroad clearing Bite for construction 1
"You may cult yourself entirely themselves vastly unpopular. lIe -
he replied coolly; "you owe me no was trying to affect an impersonalmanner. of shops which will employ be- TOWN
Account of your behavior. When I tween 1,000 and 1,500 men. I i Yia

tried to force one it was because" "Oh, but I want you to," I cried in ii i -
Tampa Several manufacturing p
I My heart pounded. enthusiasm. "I've never had anyone :
plants and wholesale houses to be Once
"I'm glad you did," I interrupted, tell me the things/ you have and-I erected I
on estuary property.
"and 111 tell you because I'm not just love it'!" ,, A
ashamed of what happened. Ted Billings (To be continued) Bartow-Plans under way for construction ,I' I Year (T
was tight. He met me in the of $100.000 apartment :
sand-dunes lIt forced his cnromen"I Z1FP. house $50,000 business block and _
upon me and in getting away from of $50,000 worth of new dwellings. By __ :
him he stripped my bathing suit Ziff Jan. 23-Roy /E \ 1AU70CASCER -
from my body. There now, I've told I Brookur was in our section Sunday Brooksville-0,600-acre tract south EdwardMcCuilough

you." I gasped breathlessly as I finished afternoon.J. of city, being subdivided and tovvn- l
"You W. Lewis was in Starke Satur- site of "Masaryktown" established.
the graphic story. see, I
there's nothing to it I ended, hope- day on business.
Mr. and Mrs It. B.Thomas and little Jacksonville-$5,000 filling station
his for of
fully searching a sign
eyes ;
approval. laughter Hazel, spent Sunday : being constructed at Eagle and Cedar I I
at Cooter Pond with Mr. Thomas' streets.
Ills non-committal
expression was
sister Mrs.[ Delatha Starling. I + t WISH r
and followed a long silence. wuLL'ISCQvgfY- SAY HOYS./
Arcadia-Many small i
Lewis returned cottager to
:Miss Lulamae RL
I THAc :
"Well, what's the matter? I ask- '
home Saturday after spending a be erected at tourist camp. TiI c ARt NO r
ruined ed lightly.woman"Do?"you think I am a week at Starke with her brother Tarpon Springs = Eagle street :I FAUC2TO IN IT .J y TH'S' |S 'O PoP"

"Don't Sallie, don't," he begged in Pervm Lewis and other friends and school building to be enlarged i a, --.1 CKA PICTUREAN'
relatives. c .
solemn "I can't bear *
a manner; to
MtiIIY A IJIZlZi; : :. MAK.-U H.M
B Thomas in -
Mrs. J. was shopping Orlando-$300,000 bond issue to
heir talk like that. I don't think
you t-AUOH CuAL. F1:.RD, DQAW
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Brookur Saturday.J. be voted for 'If
realize that the upon improvement a
you way you girls k .
W. Lewis business visitor school
was a
talk is far below tho conversation of buildings. I I v
I I ALL 80'15 -AGeb QTO l ics .
to Brooker Wednesday.Ollie I :00L

.. the Another average pause.demimode. I Kelley was visiting friends I I crop Sanford expected-Value to exced of 3000000.local celery : : i ,i 15 BIG- PRIG:L-5 T&- BE
I here Sunday afternoon. t -
"And he continued "do you rcn.1ly w
believe that you can pass through I Mrs. Howard and daughter Ellen, Myakla City-Miami firm purchases iH TO RETURN 1 1TN' AWAY-
"? \ such an experience and still feel that were visiting her daughter Mrs. R 35,000-acre tract for development BATH Tug 5E541L. GLOVE3BAT5,6ALL5
A" there's 'nothing to it'?" he quoted. B. Thomas Sunday afternoon.Mr. of colonization project. 'I'II I TH5 SAME Whip THE BIG
, "Well he wasn't responsible. lie and Mrs. J. B. Thomas werevlsltor I "" = = LEAGues OSS. YOU CAN HAVE
didn't know what he was doing." to Gainesville one day last; Tavares-Atlantic: Coast Line railroad ,I I. : VOOA PICK IF "'OuRoE ONSOP

b' n His eyes snapped like sparks from week. purchases site for constructionof THE WINNERS/ VWRlTBNAME '
ft a fire. Mr. I'ervls Lewis of Starke spent $10,000 depot. 1 ) ADOGES9 AND AGE ON
. "Don't defend him, Sallie; fordon't Sunday here with his parents, Mr. e SACK. OP OOAWIN& AND SEND
Palmetto-Construction of $1,000- .
see-con't that and Mrs J. W. Lewis.C. .
you you see by 000
six-story started. I COME:: ON.
condoning such a performance you C. Johns and family of Starke --'-- eJ' / +' SHOWUSAwH VOO CAN 00.
put yourself in the position where he visited friends here Sunday. Moore: Haven-Dyke being rebuilt
I 1 has a right to believe you were not :Mr.' and Mrs. I. W. Dyal of Graham and placed in first-class condition.
even offended?" were here Sunday visiting

lie was making me see tho ugliness friends and relatives.Mr. Eustis-Florida Public Service I i -- ---- -.. --.--- --- -. ------.--
"I"II" { of the situation. and :Mrs. Frank Hines and son, Company spends $350,000 improving I -- - -- -- -. ---

"I didn't mean to ever speak tol I of Gainesville, visited their sister, local service. I

him again" I stammered; "truly Ididn't Mrs.' Bill limes, Friday afternoon. Sebring-Extension work on light
!" I I Sunday school at IJedan every : III
and water systems being rushed. I
!' "And yet you couldn't stay home j Sunday afternoon. Everybody invited ,
for one evening. You sacrificed yourselfrespect to attend. St. Petersburg-Contract awardedfor
for a few dances and the Don't forget there will be services construction of $2,000,000 Vieny" FOR SALEShafting
\ excitement of a party-" )I at Rock church Sunday by the pastor. 'Park hotel. i

"I didn't know he was. going," 11 I WA1KRVF\N I
defended. ; (J. UUDINGI'ONWaterman Lake Wales-Florida Public Service
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"And I don't suppose you knew he G. Budmgton, aged, 71 Company works extensively improving water -
was going to get an invitation to'I years, a well known and highly respected system.

your party. And I don't suppose you' citizen of :Middleberg, passed Sarasota Federal I government )I
1 minded, dancing with him and having I away at his residence at 2 o'clock grants permit for construction of

him touch you." this morning lie had been in feeble two-mile causeway from. mainland to I
"Oh, don't; please don'tt"! I plead health for some time. lie was bornin Long Boat Key I ,
ed. "I see it all now. It really was Middleberg on :March :21, 1853 and I
rotten of me to go on being nice to has resided in this state all his life. Palm Beach-$50,000 hotel to be
him as If nothing had happened. It He Is survived by his wife Mrs I erected on South Second street.ChosenApproximately I
was so much easier not to make a'' Laura Burlington of Middleberg, one

\ fuss about it," I explained lamely. '! daughter Mrs. F. :M. Dowlmg of to be planted to spring 5,000 vegetablee'thle acres
"A noble line of thought/ to follow Jacksonville, two sons, C. Budmgton,
I ," he averred and his voice held I of Daytona, and F. W. Budmgton of season.
bitter sarcasm. '! :Middleberg, one sister Mrs. Emma Stuart-Construction of $500.000
'11 "It wasn't my fault that he was HO 1 Richard of Starke. The funeral serv- Rmglmg causeway connecting mainland -
, -" horrid," I suggested. i I ices will take place Sunday afternoonat and keys to start at once.
'. "It was-just exactly that" he in 3 o'clock from the Methodist churchin
"' terrupted. "You told me the first Mi! night I met you that you had let him the Green Cove M. E. church officiating planning development of 37,000-
, kiss you, and you thought it devilish Interment will be in the family acre tract along line of Florida
I, funny. You drink with him so much plot in Middleberg cemetery. Burns Western & Northern railroad

t Lf. you don't even know what you're doing and (I'lvnuire, mortician in charge of Haines ENGINE
City-Jones and Sixth
and you bring yourself to the arrangements.-Jacksonville Journal, streets to widened. I
I. level where"-he paused searching .Tan 10th

riearwater Contracts totaling I
$211,000> awarded for atrdet__ paving
and sidewalk construction

, Cushman Offset MotorsFor be Palmetto erected at-Community camp grounds.building to Having installed electric motors for power, we have

'rliaml-Civlc: improvements outlined the above
for 1U25 call for expenditure of equipment for sale.

over $3,000,000.

-..1,I I Eustis cost-of of Contract$23,000.five dwellings awarded at for aggregate construction -- Engine---I. H. C., horizontal type, 6-horsepower, in

, IntertypesLinotypes I II' Fort Pierce $...>,000 contract I good running condition. Burns kerosene; equippedwith

Ft j" city awarded hull, for fire' station erection and of jail.combined I I magneto, coil, extra igniter. Shafting 1 9-16

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and fur:Ot.construction Petersburg of-$1,000,000 Plans appioxed pier I I diameter, with connections; all size pulleys, wood and

I':.j.. Linographs I SAMPSON CITY I steel. Hangers and boxes. All material offered as

: : I Rev. Billings! of Alachua, tilled 'hn I good as new, and will be sold at a sacrifice.
The last word in power. Compact( unit. Quickly Sunday appointment and Sunday here night.Saturdaynight

installed. Simple of operation. ;Messrs. W. S. Nabb, W. J. Rober- I
I si.n. T. V. Williams and T. Lynk WilImms -
visited A. K. Smith at
One of those motors has just been added to the Bradford thorn Sunday. Haw-//

County Telegraph equipment. I Miss Rose Johns who has
tending school here, has returned to
I her home at New River. I

t, %Vote for Detail I Mr and :Mrs J. S. Thomas who I BRADFORD COUNTY
hate been visiting relatives in
Iu.. k-nnvillt-. have returned home. j

W II and C. A Smith were viatorto
I f CUSHMAN ELECTRIC CO.Concord Stark. Saturday. -

, I i Our farmers shipped five crates of I TELEGRAPH
: I N. H. ;for.trnw berries! last week. Prospect
a large
very crop i is very promising "
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r' ,- .....' .... sr. ,...-.,....". ..w -.. ......' ,..-- I MEN 10 GET UP A'f NIGhT 1

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i 'here when they found nine' Oriental The gland that causes gelling tipi J,

..-.......". fl-.fl u.run..rww..rrw.rr+wessssxassw.wilTold I oho were unable to produce creiK'iituil. i, There was a xilencu, and then i'mii- 'I

.--. Questioning revealed, uicoril- is a notorious trouble maker. U is

by Our Exchanges. Lug to the police, that largo numbers estimated, that 05 out of every 100

lof Chinese have been brought to the men past 40, and many under that \
United States 50 to a boat load. Resident ''age have prostate trouble, which I II II II II It t

'1'alluhussee-Judge E. Chinese have paid thu smugglers ''if unchecked often leads serious.
C. Love of leaped out of bed suddenly snatched to a
the second judicial: district was assigned a pistol, and shot himself through as high aa $:,600 for landing/ their operation. The prostate surroundsthe Asrimw

by Governor Martin to preside in the head. He died instantly. | relatives on these shores, InvcstlgnI neck of the bladder like a washer.

the trial of Carl Crosby in Walton shawlS.I | Naturally, when tho bladder becomes I I

county beginning Friday the 16th Sebl'ing-W. L. Stanley, vice-pres Inflamed by poisons which the kidney ,
on account of disqualification of i ident of the Seaboard Air Line Railway I Tallahassee On recommendation filter out of the blood the irritation I j
Judge A. G. Campbell. Crosby is to was in Sebring Friday perfect-' f the chief drainage engineer that spreads to the prostate. As the gland I

be tried on eight counts. ing plans for the entertainment of !|, they were too high, the Everglades '' swells, it closes the neck of the bluddcr f

the 000 guests of the Seaboard who drainage board rejected all bids, open-i,, making urination difficult and
Tallahassee-Judge II. B. Phillips, will be present at the celebration of cd at a morning session, for deepenp and causing pains in the back, SAY "BAYIiR ASPIRIN"and INSIST !

of Jacksonville was re-elected chair- the opening of the railway to cross- ing> and widening of the new North head and legs. i i ii
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man, and Miss Ella Creary Thompson state travel Saturday, Jan. 24, at j t i river canal from the North river, near ,i, An easy way to trout these annoying Unless .\ou *:o' I tlu- "B.iyer ( 'ru. s"UII tablets you arc ,
was named to succeed herself us which time the of christenIng |Fort Lauderdale to the north bound-
ceremony -
secretary of the state road department i the Orange Blossom Special will ''ary of Broward bounty Tho engineer! and one dangerous or two rencx conditions pills\ is after to not getting the gt'nuiiiL1 Bayer Aspirin proved( i safe

for another term, at the first be performed. '!, was instructed to confer with bidders each| 111<'111. The ronex formula has I by millions and prescribed by physicians:: 2years:! for
quarterly meeting of the held 'and if ,
year ascertain they desired to submit -
j been
( in thousands of such !
here. Quincy-More tnan 1,500 acres of modified bids, and as is result of ,
t'lI+ xea. Oone authority it also has Colds Headache
sun-grown cigar! tiller tobacco will he this conference it was stated that anew valuable Neuralgia Lumbago "

Tampa- Maurice Less, proprietorof raised in Gadsden county this year set probably will bu ready for n wishing to tonic tho effect.value Anybody of the I'ain Toothache Neuritis Rheumatism
the Sulphur Springs dance hull, with an additional quantity from consideration< by the board at its "
charged with violation of state laws I across the Georgia line. All of this is formula CUll got a full-size, twa-dolI "
regular meeting next Tuesday
|Inc, treatment of the under AcCcTt t "Payer" package :
for pills aoneyback only
operating his dance hall on Sun- contracted for at twenty cents a i ;

day, was acquitted when given preliminary pound, and it !la now well past the I Jacksonville men died here attached m ,t guarantee to the by address sending the S ji which contains proven directions. i 'J'J1.

hearing before J. E. Chas- records of recent years both in quantity -'| while they were at the wheels of coupon given I Unruly "llnyor"! how of 12 tablet y
therein. If
taine, justice of the peace of the .Sulphur of acres under contract at thU !' their automobiles. The tragedies oc- you prefer, you can pay+ ,\1.| .> bottles of 21 and I 10O-Druggist 1
the two dollars und
Springs district. season of the year, and the quality\ of''|cured on the same street and within delivery postman\ instead of sending postageon the! Ajplrla Is lie trail umrb of Dyer Muiufsatiirv of Monuaeelk'acUb'Miur. M Ssllcylicsetd }

the farmers who have signed the''a' few minutes of each other. William
Orlando--Trial of IIul with order. In
Cady on'a money your any case,
contracts with Leo Butt. I IT.I Simmons 60, died of heart dixruse. i
charge of second if within
degree murder in you report ten days that
connection with the deathof N. B. St. Augustine;;= The regulation of I! His car was parked. Harry B.Partin you are not entirely satisfied the

Broward, nephew of the late Gover- motor bus traffic in St. Augustine lau I died from u cerebral hemor- j purchase price will bo refunded at

nor Browurd, has been postponed un- matter to which the city commis-1 I I rhage. J. Gilmore noted Purfitt's tar once] upon request This is a throughly i :
til the March term of the criminal sinners passing slowly across a street with | reliable need
have givea deep thought, und ,'the driver .down company, BO you not Prosperous Farmers Make A
court of record, it was disclosed at much time tho passage of an ordinance I j| slumped in the scat hesitate about ordering the renex if
the courthouse here. apparently dead. lie jumped on the you need it. t
to cover this being held up on I I i j
running board applied the brakes I
I ;
several occasions the
Tallahassee Twenty-four per as commission-I und cut off the engine. ParfUt was -- Prosperous Community.This ,
ers gave consideration to GUAKANTEK C'Ol''OS ,
cent of the number of prisoners com- terested parties but has finally dead when a physician reached him. I I
nutted to state prison during the I Simmons is survived by three sons, Gentlemen : Sand ma a rvirulAr-fllxQ 1
taken and IfaiU'X
big passenger Irrntment. im ffuaranti'ad. Un-
four-year period ending December busses are barred from certain John H., of Washington Andrew C., IfiM you hml $J, ,,iicloNtj, I will pay
31, 11)21!) escaped during that time, it of Montgomery and William B)., of $.!, and: iMwtHtrc tn ilt-livory j but you' nrv
to ri-fiintl On I iitirulmno' price at .once, tipnn -
is this]
disclosed in the city
annual reports of rcuuiwl. if 1 rvimi t within lodnyi. Ihnt
the state prison department. Of those Orlando Approximately 1,000 I I urn nut .nlt.rled. .

who got away 61 per cent were re- tourist< automobiles are rolling into St. Petersburg-Capt. Perry East- Nnnui __.u___ -. ___u _-_ _

captured. Orlando daily it was estimated by i| era, an officer of the local department Address ,_____.-. _____ "___h_ _-

Motor Club officials here. It is estia was badly injured two months ___u.. __ ___ __. .._....__u._ .. Bank is giving financial aid to hun 'd
Lakeland Alford over one
Stanley, aged 26
When fire
mated by the Chamber of go the truck he was riding
years, was brought to the Morrell officials that a least half of these collided with a city street car, is well Fill'-out ,and i "mull tut"The; II-; n;i'-6i.. dred and twenty-five farmers. '[
Memorial hospital Wednesday with llrpl. 368H K. .. tit,. Mo. 1
I tourists, are "anchoring" here and it I| on the road to recovery and attending ,

result severe, injuries he informed on the officials stomach, of as being the provide is taxing increased the wits facilities of the citizens to accommodate to-I I|i''be' u physicians cripple when said he that does he will recover.not == --: ::: .- = :::::= I Give us your banking business and we will help "

attacked by two white men he picked them. Railroads entering the I One leg was broken and the other i
up on the Plant City road, about 11:30: more ,
| crushed that the
city report an increase in passenger so bones were {
Tuesday night to give them a ride to traffic to Orlando as compared with broken in many places and protruded ',,'STATK: KOAD no.tRU'lI! ; ----I
Lakeland. '
His mother, Mrs. Vina1 i In year ago through/ the flesh. At first It was believed I MEET :\1 LUll 1\1.\HCII 10) .fr
Stanley, lives just outside the '
city : 'I that even if he recovered he I -, -- I
limits on the Plant City road. Jack onvilleUA.. II. would lose one or both legs but his Tallahassee, Jun. 10 t)-Tho state 'J

Gainesville The-Alachua I! alleged drug peddler, was sentenced condition now is\ such that it is practically -, road department) will hold a meeting ,
county i by Judge Call in federal court to 'at !Miami March 10 when del- I'
E certain ho will have the use of county ,
grand jury now in session has found I ,, '
several true I serve six years in the Atlanta peni- I both legs when he gets well. Phyx1- |legations will be given an opportunity
hills chief thesebeing'
among tentiury, for violation of the Ilarri- clone to lie heard to complaint and
the jury's indictment of Robert say thut it was. u very unu"uflll as State BankConducted
son narcotic lie '' Lawtey
J. act. was convicted on cuse. 'suggestions| concerning the budget :
Whidden, charged with assault i, three charges of peddling drugs/ und ] ___ (|
with intent to commit murder. Whid- !'
| sentenced to two years on each count. Miami With the discovery of construe-lion .
den is a former vocational student at
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i Dr. Wethera formerly was a widely seven bullet wounds made by revolvI I ".

the case I'niveroity has attracted of Florida considerable and the attention known physician here. Three cases of vera of two different calibres. instead session of the quarterly meeting on the soundest of ban/ling principles, ''gym.

violating the anti-narcotic act still of the two bullet wounds first report- when ('onsiderlltlnnVila given to Prompt and efficient service

wife, Viola ever;Nash since the Whidden shooting of the his |lore pending against him in this state, 'led, in the body of Mrs. Pearl Ruuch items that tho department heads (propose .

on I one in Georgia and another in Ala- 31, who was killed at her home in aI to put in the budget. Tho members "

High Springs road last summer. I bama. William Steward, of Tampu, I Miami subdivision Wednesday night, rave( virtually the entire day to

l\liami-W. E. Campbell Miami was sentenced to a year and a day has lod Mrs. K. MurfT, mother of the I dincuMsion of the budget but it was 4 per cent paid Savings Deposits \J JE.

real estate dealer with offices in the 'i for an alleged post-office robbery. dead woman to declare. that her stated at the department tonight/

Halcyon arcade, will I tile a bill of I Jacksonville I daughter was murdered by two mtn.I I that the figures and projects agreed

complaint against R. G. Dun & Co., I'i Policeman J. M.negro Taylor who with attacked Although! B. E. Curry, who gave him-I upon were nut in ouch shape that they S. Matthew, Pre. A. L. Taylor, Cashier 1.n 1.

of New York fur $WOOUU damages | j iron bar when the officer approached an't elf) up to authorities confessed that I could be published i its yet.

for alleged! libel l, a praeclpe, or I j he killed Mrs. Roach in self defense,
noa negro! house to investigate! u disorderly From December Ki to March 1 I is
tice of intention to file suit, showed Mm. Murlf maintains. that he wns't
conduct complaint, was shot the; time to transplant (pecan; t lii-ei. 'j
when it was /filed in circuit court and not in the deed. She said that f
killed by the officer, according to
here. the report of the affair made at police her daughter had no gun and tlmt' un___ .__._ ,_..
was absolutely mine. The motherasserts
Miami An emergency ordinance headquarters. Taylor said the negro that Charles N. Roach, had
has been passed by the city council;' i grappled with him and then rushed much trouble with the dead woman
of \ ut him with an iron bar. He shot the
Miami Beach making it unlawful |his wife, that on many, occasions he "
for aircraft balloons I* .negro five times. Two women in the ,
any excepting had struck her and had threatened to
i r to come within 1,000 feet 'of thei" were arrested. Another negro kill himself. Although his wife r ,
I man believed to have been in the a
ground at Miami Beach. It also pro. {I ;house I shot at U p. m., Hooch did not notify ,

vided thut no aircraft could land |I'I'I escaped. ,the mother until 1 a. m., she, said. IMonticelloWhat i iI ii Mvv ,;
liOO! feet of where ,',
I a crowd is congregated Plant '
City-Thomas A. Avant, 35, "
t sales manager for a Sarasota realty i ; is described its
I the world's highest priced tree has )iA
firm was almost instantly killed
! Fort Pierce-The United
States ,been bought by Monticello t't I ;'i'iI
a (
: asked when a heavy touring car he was nursery UNIVERSAL M '
government was to take over .
from its ..
growers in Kosciusko MisH
i the intercoastal from driving skidded and turned over on "
i waterway I The tree is CAR "1i .
' the Lakelanri-Plant City highway only years old, but +
I' Jacksonville
l to Miami by the Association ,
just east of the city. The accidenti it cost the nursery $2,500. The tree is
of Chambers of Commerce of
I I i attributed to I a pecan and was purchased for purposes
the a heavy fog which
east of
coast Florida in quarterly
| prevented Avant from seeing anothercar of grafting, by which some of
meeting here. The association had a
standing still almost in the middle enormously Iroductiqua.. tieH
special hearing before the members I ,
of: the tree be transferred
of the may to
;' highway it was reported
of the board of for the
h ere. Avant applied the brakes and other plants. It has been bearing t \S
rivers and harbors committee and
fruit nine
although traveling at a medium rate years nn-1 produ'-e pi--
the '
war department. I :of speed, the cur skidded and turned cans" of such dimensions that only,

Jacksonville Dr. William 'over. Avant was crushed under the twenty-Jive of hu.n are IK.lire.I, to Y L I2 EJ !

liams :McDonnell city health WiI-I'I I car. I I make (i pound. The nursery concern J... /--
will strip the ifi of all ,
of Jacksonville, committed suicide. -- tcriftirjr
No motive for the act was ascertain- Bradl'nton-C. A. Porker, of Luke I parts and will use thorn for improving ,

I. ed but physicians advanced the the j land, was seriously burned and otherwise i its stock In addition to paying I I7he

ory of a sudden temporary 'aberration hurt when his ear went into n $2,000':! for the tree, the concern him'I' b ; t

caused liy nervousness and in- ditch about two miles from Brudeh- expended a like sum for an attorney1to r
ton, on the Hamiumi :< the firm's I
Trail and turning protect rights so that 1
somnia. Hl'al'inJ.h'r husband talking
\ A
l over caught him beneath the the variety cannot be I
propagated for
his ,
in deep( Mr- :\Id"nell inkedhim !
wreckage of the The t ton ten' from the time I
what \\as wrnnir wth him. He top. car caught years the tree is I ,
fire and had it not been for the I put' on the market. i

tiHsi.-tuncc of persons who came upon I r d/ t )

Easy Way to Break him immediately he would have I FLORIDA LAND Ili SET owe' .. ___4 I

burned tu, death. As it was he was I I I ASIDE.. FfW RECREATION j

Severest CoughNo painfully burned about the feet and WashingtonPresident

li'lfbut amputation will not be neci(:' i issued an order Coolidge ] TUD OR Sedan
i temporarily re i
matter how long you have had t,I - a persistent weakening cough-no matter
where it was said he would recover. I'I
how many remedies you have tried Tooke Land in Hernando county, i
without luccesa-you can mually get relief in- Pen acola-Pensacola's adaptability I Florida, from disposition so it may admirably meets winter driving needsTudor
tantly.andotten relieve' I he entire cough caqdtion be available for
: m 24 hour, by a very simple method. fur motion training at all seasons i recreational purposes I
The method is bawd" on a remarkable prescription of the I The area contains one of the best (
known aa Lr. King'n New Discovery! year was again recognized !!inland fishing lakes Sedan The wide utility of this popular! hotly type make it. splendid
for Couiihs. You limply lake. one tc spoonful when a division of six planes and a' in central
and hold it in your throat fur 15 or M Kiondabefore Martin all of-1.j !ida amt haH been popular with Flor'l winter car fort average family.
bomber commanded
swallowing it. without t< ll"w fig with
water. The preSCription h.ia a d-,ubie action. f fleers of the United States marina l iiitft' for years. The order was 3S8OCou In the Tudor Sedan you have a closed car you will not hesitate ;

,It ntation not only but soothes it quu-kly and heals"I'xj...,rni soreness and rcnoves and tr. corps, arrived here from Quantico,, ''jtcd( by an application for purchase of to take out in any wearher.: Light in weight, yet sturdy and .

the phlegm and congest: n whi' h are the d* | Va., to upend all of January and a part of land involved, which now must I' Iurd.r A.d.n .6160 always dependable of performance it i* safe, convenient and
feet cause of the rough ng. 1 he pr rapt rei i' be denied. .. SiOTourlnJ
seems almost magical and the.nunknesa portion ".f February in aviation work .. C.r 29OISO extremely 1 easy for anyone to handle
with wmchthewh! "Iecraehcore'.' 'n dnan.. j jpears amt.] bombing with the giant :Martin. I \ "
ATTEMPT"SWIM II..>!.><...' In
Isi.tcnwt r rlyarr.e.< r'ur< 11 n-.tn-- CHANNEL: I Jr_ roomy interior you will ride enugjy and comfortably. View .-
hug better I're'' .,1h..el"; : cd: 'v" mars, Th> bronchialaithrr.j.h ,,""nJ! i I' .it', ferythroat Stat naval air station at Pensacola I I St. Augustine, Jan. 16-Mi s Helen "m..d n.n.r ...1M ..areAftirk..f..b.D.trdr 'tug its attractive appearance, you will never regret your decision '
imtatirn E .nomit.j' t the dosola i
;only one teaspoonful L On tale at all good ,vl, tuil" "rk under command of Wainwright, 19, who will compete in to purchase this 'inexpensive yet so highly iwtie! actory a car

druggists Ask for I in.inm, 'i.tlii'frs. from Quantico who national swimming championship. at <
,ni. I ,.''r. a 1 ly reported. I St. Augustine today announced that villas ar. "' .]* .Icome t liawG.< Or/n' t3 J111/1.CUJ,4L '
1izr9' I si ill: Ford Plants ::;;;; ;t3 '
'[ she will undertake the world's classic De'l'ol'
Brad'-nton An "under-ground st in aquatic endurance the cross-

r.'iilrna' -; -tem, by which hundreds I j ing of the English! channel next xumI e
roe <,.f (Chinese are believed to have been ,
Hiiviifgl'-d into, this country through 'I.
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-- -_-__ -- SOCIAL :MEETING OF THE This is suite an inconvenient custom with kindergartens, academies, colleges for the Japanese stanza and adapts

MISSIONARY SOCIETYt for foreigners! They sleep on thick universities and theological itself perfectly to the Japanese dance
.LC I seminaries. Japan is making great We cannot help being impressed
C:1a.l quilts spread on the floor at night !
> ::: '<1 the social meeting of the and kept In a closet when not needed. I progress In every way. A hundred with the fact that the prospects of

Methodist :Missionary Society held There is no large dining table, for years ago the Japanese wore nothingbut Japan are unusually brmght. She i H

e last :Monday afternoon at the club each person eats sitting before a their national costume; now you discarding all things, whether man

.x house and attended by many memo small, low lacquer tray or table see a great variety of styles, ranging ners, customs, superstitltions ar am
hers of other churches of the town about a foot high. But more and more I from pure native to pure foreign, thing else which tends to retard her

--- - ---- --- .-. ,, Mrs. Thornton Stringfellow, of are the Japanese coming to Occidental -I with all kinds of fits and misfits, and onward movements, but it is sincerely

19IlJiHP' :21) nnd IUUL. I Gainesville, a lecturer, who has ways; in houses of the well-to do ludicrous combinations. to be hoped that she wlltc'retain'

.__ .. ------ -- traveled extensively in foreign countries they are using bedsteads and even Japanese students use to study by much of that grace and charmofthat
-- --' addressed the !gathering. !Mri. stoves and grates. The best rooms cf the dull light of a wick floating In quaint simplicity, of that lighthearted -

\ .UVKEFOOT'S( un.l Miss Puarla Whitten, of Ratford, Stringfellow\ used for her subject ''a Japanese house are not in the front, vegetable oil, or by the fitful flame of and merry nature, all of

nm'nw.\ I'\K1Y wen- guests A delicious banana salad "The Japan of Today and Tomorrow," I but in the rear, and have an outlook fifty fire-flies imprisoned in a small which characterize the Japanese.

\j January 15th, was I course with hot chocolate was served. and spoke briefly on conditions exist- I on the garden, which Is simple und bamboo cage. Now they study by the
Last Thursday,
will be held
barefoot's third birth- The next meeting at ing In the Holy Lurid and the impressions plain, but artistic and beautiful.In aid of gas or electricity. NOTICE OF GUARDIAN SALE
; little Juamtu the home of Mrs. Jim Kickliter, Jr.,
day, so her purcnts, Mr. and MrB. P. Tuesday January 27th. gathered from her travels I Japan landscape gardening has "I' Music of Japan Thirty day> after time hi roof. I will applyto
M. Barefoot gave her a little party in in foreign countries.Mrs. always been a fine art. The Japan 1 'I e : Japanese music is set in a minor the lion Geo. A Gartlinvr County Judg,

the afternoon from J to 8, at their FINE 1'WC.ltA1\I[ < FOR Stringfellow was introduced hue been vegetarians until a recent II: key and abounds in discords and .of*.11) Hradford private County.tale iho Plorlila.tititt'llfth, for undivided an order in tat -

home un Cherry street. ''CONCERT[ NEXT THURSDAY to the audience by Mrs. J. M. Alvarez, pel'i! lod-even now meat Is not used seems unworthy of the name of urrat of Charles Franc! Hunt, minor hen,.

NasturtuimB and potted ferns were i in' i I Ij a life-long friend of the speaker :Mrs. in large quantities at one meal. I music. The fact is, it is based upon a of Iran dweribid) Hieki lrcnael land. .itu&In.u.? j I Lo.nmittee charge of the pro. Slringfellow's of life in the 'I Chickens are cut and sold bvparts Florida. to-wlt
Used for deem'utions. Games; were account up scale which differs from that which Ilintlford County :
enjoyed during the afternoon. I!j I gram for the musicale to bu given at Orient proved to be most Interesting.Besides us the wing, the leg, or an we use. In the Japanese mind musicis wit half of lock Eleven In tha Town of

Mrs. Barefoot assisted by Mrs. Jno the club house next Thursday eve- wealing the native costume '.ounce or two of the breast. It is closely related to the sister. arts of I II"m"lun.JhI.22nI' day of January A. D. 102BI .

Davis, served ice cream and cake; the I'I'splendid. Jun. li'Jth,for has this arranged affair both a I' of the Japanese, she had on display a amazing to them to see foreigners I poetry nnd, dancing. Theme is no music <;"&,dln fur Chsrlo [,frunci W. C.Hunt UUNT.Minor
'! program table of living there whole chicken and
the buy
favors were dainty little valentines. interesting curios from a that will not serve as actompammcnt l-hl.t-2-2O.:!: :; !
The children enjoying this affair ,local and out of town talent taking Land of the Rising Sun. I Use it all in one meal.
were: Dot Bishop, Roy Edwards, Jr., I||purt.I The. will Include I Mrs. Stringfellow leaves soon for I Rice is, of course, the staple article -I

Lillian Sternberg, Katie Colley, Lil- I I program quartettes a trip to the Mediterranean, traveling i of diet, the "Stuff of Life" of the
and orchestra music in-
solos, piano '
Han Stump, Stanley Bennett, Hutson saxaphorie solos by Mr. Wis- on board the Lancastrla, a newly Jim imnerse. Various vegetables, particularly -
Turner, John Davis, Jr., Mary Wiggins I I eluding completed oil-burning vessel, with a I beans are much used Sea
Julia Holmes. Vera Claire Dob- I I well Interesting readings will be given party of Americans. On this trip -he : weed, fish, eggs, bamboo sprouts and
| btarke's talented
inson and Clarice Gill. j jMRS. I by most young people will visit many countries, including nuts are largely eaten, and a sauce FREEFREEFREESaturday

------- Spain, Germany and Scotland. I made of beans and wheat, and sold in
SCOTT: hOSTESS: I The proceeds from this. entertain- 'America is the universal
During the social half hour following as "Soy, p
ment will to the building fund of :
!Mrs. Stringfellow'a. address, tea condiment. No knives, forks or
the club house, and the patronage of
The annual business meeting for' and sandwiches were served, !Mrs E. ''spoons arc used, as they eat with
the public is solicited.
---' the election of ollicers of the- Law I i,i .- -.- ----' --- M. Johns in a striking Japanese, kimono .-P chop sticks. and drink their soups
Bible Class was hold Friday afternoon LAKE BUTLER I! presiding at the ton urq.: Mrs. < and !stews out of the bowl norstly, SpecialsOne

at the ttjjucioua home of the A. l Knight and !Miss. Louis Feniande I The principal beverages are tea and
president, Mrs. F. A. Scott. I I Luke Butler, Jun. 2J: -Ralph J. ?, both dressed as Japanese' girl) aki I the latter, an alcoholic\ dunk

The parlor! und nun-porch were Glovtr; has Mild out his property to a.*.si-tcd Mrs Johns in servni". :Mi*. brewed from rice, i is taken hot.

used for this gathering and were his lirulhi, Ruln, und will very .. A. Z. Adklns ang/{ "Maul! of Japan" :Mill and women ,ilicss' quite alike, I

fragrant with narcimua: beautifully lyiiiove tu i'untu GUI' da, .... '.hUI.t'l thi. greatest difference is the ...lIwh)1'1 -

arranged in bowls and vases while :I!I has pin'til used an interest in a Japan of Today und TomorrowThe I obi, being, larger soil) richer fot the I ]
'orange grove. women The women powder and paint I
pot plants of ferns addtd< their. out- At a preliminary hearing this week S hint impression of Japan is. oil their hair and adorn their heads 25c Edgerton Medicated Salt Brick
i I
dor charm. this: The whole of Japan, from the
3 35'
before Judge A. C. Strickland, G. W. with pre ty combs and hairpins. The
." the Among election the of business olfleccis transacted and teachers was I j I Croft was sentenced to jail with out first glimpse of Fuji in the clouds to I I I Japanese costume is certainly very FREE, with each sack of Sweet Feed Y'
the last glimpse of the mountains: at
i bail to await the coming spring term .
pretty and becoming.The
for the class fur the The following I '
year. ,I the western sea-edge, is intensely
of the circuit court, for the killing J.IJ. .
were elected: picturesque and beautiful; and the Japanese are exceeding! neat One 60c Cow Tonic CO
I Coleman at Raiford, two weeks! and package Magic
President, Mrs. E. D. Card.! people cheerful, happy smiling and )people) bathing frequently ir.- 25

list vice' president, Mrs T. J. Quig-' I, ugo.Atrl.. M. V.. Fiomberger: und Hon, courageous wonderful. people. S dulged in, even sea bathing is P"J|KIliir FREE with each sack Happy Cow Feed V"
the with
and toast is now dotted
ley. 1 Mr. und Mrs llaiold C. Law und We went to Japan only u few
establishments And the children -
2nd vice president Mrs. Moada bathing
months after the '
Hodges.3rd daughter, also Mr Win. Uinnen of great earthquake Japan is a land of children. I One 30c package of Poultry Tonic FREE <
Jacksonville, motored over last Sunday that destroyed so mu<'h of Yokohama JM
4 Ofl
The little children ride the backs
vice president Mrs. 0. W. Al | on
i to spend the clay with Mr. and and Tokio. Yokohama was almost entirely Y '
with each Hen Mash
1- '. derman.Scmtnry. Mrs J. U: Harper.Mr. a ruin. Tokio was partly in I of their sisters or mothers; the older purchase Happy Egg
Mrs. S. L. Peek. children clatter along in bright /flow
i' ruins and the
and Mrs. II. E. Harrell!, of yet people were brave,
Treasurer, Mrs. J. T. Quigl ered kimonos and all chubby and
J y. Levata, Colorado, are visiting :Mr. cheerful and undismayed. Already, P One 1 15c 2inShoe 1 Polish FREE < Ofl
& Teacher, !Mrs. A. E. Wall. and Mrs. It. S. llariell. Mr. Harrell the ruined districts were largely/ merry. i pkg. JM I

% i The class has been engaged\ in sewing S[ is on his way to South Florida in the cleared for re-building and light/: temporary I I! The Japanese are a people to ' 1. to be used, in missionary work, S I shacks were everywhere. reckoned with. They have energy,
interest of hm j
f meeting Tuesday evenings at the orange grove. ( vigor, courage and ambition.; ') hey
\ on
Business I
0 I Messrs. R. E. Dell and David I'ct- I was going on as usual, even
homo of Mrs. for this interesting are boundless in numbers. They are
Quigley the The real Japan
t' among ruins.
1'itt, of New Smyrna, passed, through
. 'j; work, and after the business .. !Luke Butler! Tuesday on their to the old Japan, the most beautiful' busy all the time. It is honorable to
. the social hour in way Work in Japan they enter into their
meeting was spent J Jacksonville. Japan was untouched. Nikko, Kyoto I ;
l sewing, music, and chatting. Uosideivlctrulu I and N'nrn are as exquisite and de. tasks as if playing a happy game.

: music, !Mrs. A.1.: Darby I'I Death of :Mrs.: J.:Bryant lovling I llghtful as ever. | Yet there never was a country with Drop in our store when in town

rendered several brilliant iclecti ms 'I Mrs Emily Dowlmg, wife of Mr.J. i \\-,. saw Fuji before we sow Japan. I more festivals, out-door felltl..aI4.The .

I on the piano after which the hostess, >, DO'ant Dowling, died. in Lake Butler One morning, while 'we were still far' prettiest one ocurrs when the Saturday and get a line on whatwe
ted by her daughter Mrs. S. C. cherry trees are in bloom. There is
: as" Monday morning, Jan. 1th: about out at sea, we saw it hanging in the >
.!. Camel!, of Ormond, and :Miss Isabel r o'clock. sky although no land was yet visible. I also a vast difference between the can furnish you with during the spring months
liullin, served the guests tempting The angel of death had been hovering Fujiyama Is wonderful. It is the i Japanese women of the 19th anj 20th

,i refreshments of dainty chicken sandwiches over this home for some weeks snored mountain of Japan. Its summit I'I centuries. The former had practically:

:;, hot chocolate with marshmallows ,I and at last took to her heavenly homo is always snowy. It suggests p no rights but according to the row
';::1 and fruit i-akj. I'''our dearly beloved citizen. Mrs. Dow- something heavenly, something pure, code a woman can now become the Our Prices Are Right

.. This class him been organized, about ling has been in very bad health for Mt'intual' ethereal. i I i head of a family, she can inherit and

i I three years and has done i..uch good quite II long time and fur the lost The inland sea of Japan is most i own property and manage it herself

I work. seven months has been confined to beautiful. This is the Japan of the1watercolor I Religion of Japan

, her bed und most of the time for the and the fan. Islands' of ,I, Buddhism is the incepted faith of S. R. JOHNSNEAR
CAUHIK U'I"CU'S the great mass of the Japanese -
\ past six weeks unconscious. She had ninny shapes and sizes in a sea of people
Ill lC'l'll hY L'A l1' I the best mvduul, skill nnd close attention ; blue. Queer sailing boats and fishing I It was introduced in Japan from

,I of her loved ones, of her craft of every description float lazily I Korea in the sixth century, A. D. and
Tuesday evening from three to IIvoi' family and host of spread rapidly. Buddhism may suf-
a anxious friends with the tide, manned by oddly clad THE DEPOT
o'clock Mr and !Mrs. Hut to entertain | who waited at her bedside night and men and women whose use of the oar I I lice for a people who are crushed un-
I ed a few young guests in honor of i iI iluy. She bore her sufferings heroically is remarkable. I der an Oriental despotism, but

I their little daughter, Carrie, it being and that Christian fortitude Earthquakes are not recent arrivals Christianity alone is the religion of
t i her eleventh birthday awaiting the time that the blessed in Japan. They have been shaking liberty and progress. Buddha may he
I After playing games for about the "Light of Asia," but Jesus Christ
master called her to the home on high Japan from time unmoriol., Slight
f an hour, the little youngsters. were Where sorrow and sickness Is not earthquakes occur each day in Tokio; ,I m the "Light of the World." A few : We can charge

I called into the diningroorn whereon known anymore. She was united with I I the people pay little attention to years ago/ it was almost imposibKto ; your

\ the table wax a large birthday cakeon '; the Chinch of Christ for the post them. These slight tremors are considered induce a non-Christian book ..el_ YES 8 HRS
which burned eleven candles. ler to keep the Bible for
forty years.1rs. normal to relieve internal on hand its In
I Then !Mrs. llutto assisted. by her I :. howling was a very motherly pressure in the earth. If they cease j presence in his store might! pnjmlu Storage Battery ISmith's

daughter/ Sht1Jetlllll! Amy Moore, lady to all, u devoted wife and mother the people become apprehensive. This 0 .him in the eyes of the public, but

Florence and Uuthle Staustell served -[ n true friends, always having a recent calamity destroyIng 'such prejudice has died away und n

the little folks with refreshing. i pleasant smile nnd a kind word) forevery hnma a third nt Tokio, and piubublyn YnkO-j':demand has sprung up and Bibles are
cake punch. The little hostess received 1 numerous and sold by the thousands, Garage StFarake
( ; one met. She will be great quarter million of people, is the ;
)'" many% useful gifts and a large ,ly missed by many. :Mrs. Dowling greatest: quake disaster that ever visited There are hundreds of churchesand ,

number of her friends were present i was the daughter of John J. Roberts, Japan, ,possibly the greatest in :chapels in Japan, but they are seldom .
f r", 'S to enjoy the affair. I was born In Union county February the world. Yokohama is building up indicated by spires. and steeple. For ,
22, 1852 this I that reason they are not !generally
; coming February i rapidly, but it will be many years before
I 20ril CENTfRY: ; CLUB would have passed the 73 mile stone I I it is restored Possibly the :discovered by the tourists, and for

.5 Mr. and Mra.-J. W.-Andrews entertained I on her journey through life. She lived I earthquake may be a blessing to II that, reason the report goes back that J. R. DAVIS I & CO.

S the 20th Century Club Thursday in the same county she was born in Japan. It has wakened the people to I Christianity in Japan is a failure, :

evening at their home onVest all her life. Her first husband was I the more serious things of life. The I nevertheless, the churches and chapels
S. J. Stallmgs/ who died and her i nation needed I are there. I
Madison street At the close of the more and deeper religious : -
evening the hostess served frozen I second marriage/ was to Mr J. Bryant ideals. I S There is also a Gospel-ship cruising INSURANCEAGENCY
Dowling) Dec 27, 1871! She leaves ..Japan'ou.l! I about the islands of the [Inland
& fruit salad l. .saltines, fruit cake, cocoa to never have attracted I \
mourn her loss five children I IStallmgs the Sea. Christian schools are keeping
i and whipped cream. W. J. extradordinary notice, which she
_____ I S I of Jacksonville, II. B. Dow- | HO rapidly did had it not been for her pace and the work of Christianity in ESTABLISHED 1886
1 YOUNG M.VI RONS' CLUB |Ii IiI l ling, of St. Petersburg, E. E. Dow- Irt. Her art manufactures have penetrated I' rapan] includes II system of education,

I -- I ling of Dublin Ga., Mrs. A. S. Crews 11: the length and breadth of thecorid. ', "
The Young Matrons', Club met Friday ,of Starke, Mrs. Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days STARKE FLA.HULL'S .
J. R. Kelly] of Madi- There have been ,
afternoon nt the home of Mrs.1awson t countless :Druggists refund money If PAZO OINTMENT fall
Davis. A son and n brother, S. D. Roberts, of generations. of artists who for more I to ewe Itihlng. Blind Bin-din or Pmirudind' I
most deUghtful. .
j. JIU'k"onvilh.Desidel these Pile* Inalanlly rellrvrs Itchln Film and
she leaves han thousand you
ternoon was spent, Besides. the members I tiuitc- number a years have created i can |rt rralful sleep after nrit 'iiplhaiion I 6.x- -
of relatives and a beautiful' works of art in paintinr.I ,
of tin Club, Mrs. V. L. Sanders IJ I lust of friends. .
.. |I porcelainpottery and lacquer j I -- .
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J TinfiiMirnl services\ were conduct- hr-n7M. etc Very few homos in
.il 1 In. litJ. O. Barnes,, at thp Swift America that have not something in .

m8 Seeds :;" ink ihunli and th. interment maii .. them 18".1Il'lad' : ,' in Japan" ,
i" ,tin sw 'ft ( r.k ltiietcryHROOKBR| Japanese HomesA'thoih i

') Catalog/ -- brick and stum- are mmmrf STOREThe

into use among the wealthy

r Free" //It'nk'r., Jun 23 H. f Oaine}' 'la..-i-. wood is the chief mntiii.il, '

-i.IS c .itttndmg to bu.ro.. m Ja}fii in building. The Japune-, \
v last howe i Ia flimsy frame 'I
W"dn..day. structure
This In tin- r"l\t..t und moat arm
_1 rate Seed Hook I'M imhllshtxl\ for the 'I..y,1? I Green, of $tarke. wax atriilmg with traw-thatched or tiled roof. store of Service. We anticipate
SI SouthI- INI'*, H 'in ut dial\ |,11"tot t to business, here Thursday.. The outer doors and windows are of I! your

graphic pic'runs. I indnnit,.> njis In full ,'tolors Miinr.it., ,descrlptlons !i itarke Tuesday. The inner doors and window s, i and
Yuhialilf' cull I III'.. ,dim 1 t lions and Mr and Mrs! B F. Hazen of Law used in good: weather, are of whit- I,
toe 1I..ful S, .d I Hook th'r' vegetables. All kinds of feeds and
mast Is t,"i'j visited. homefolks here Monday paper\ These" as well as the opaqu,' ferti-
It I Is ab oluti'l\ fr.,. and wo want i
:Mrs. Clyde Colson of paper screens used between the !
Pine Hill
you to have It In sour lumie Hast lizers. Crates and
S ins,' Su"II'I'll I ,' Mundiiril' of the lulled at the home of her aunt, 0 rooms, can be taken out and the entire i i cups baskets.We .
South" are. I 11* alwx. ).*. the beat seeds [Irn J. B ('ColHon .Sunday. house. turned into one room. Tho

(town' Oe r.II'n. field and flow"-i :Mr.. T. I P. Ward and Mri A. J. floors are covered with soft mat *, ,
seeds plants and bullm that do well! %kn-fdin, ill of here pi-nr :Monday i inmu which take the place of rugs and ,i''
' in the Huuth an all fully describee e." nt Graham :furniture and must not be "oil"'I./' j arc selling flour under today's cost

With 1925 attn,. iv., prlc.s. the IOW8S1 t tI MrO f;. Strn\h..r..... "f W.
I w. tan possibly si II KOO| seeds plaati viand 1-t".1, h'r r'"ro'l i hr. l.nt "'ini1iiy.S I removed,! before entering. n nousBrookvile *- I .
bulbs. .Ml:! tr I I''.'. tustomortWHI I : Yours for
I Bt 5 ,so, ,I ;I. kets of beautlfu: <, jI.: .'ham, ;! -9'iOO-acro; trn.t -'>\Ii hnf ServiceN.B.HULLSTARKE
'I S flowers abiolm\\ free The big nu" ,.
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S 'iiig subdivitkd! and town-I
1925 Seed ltrh,, t t."f all about It I' I 0 r.' ., S S' '5 f. ,
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I 55 t- \vr'i.'' f r"r '' ', .5 I \l of "MR.nryktll\\ establish,I

I S I to r..I' Mutt uf Mnrke, ipontin I&tur. I Colds Cause orp-a; | :
H. O. HASTINGS" CO SEEDSMEN, di f <.\<>ninir here. Influenza

SI' K.. .. rill..j.I hi- ni.tilariiintiimit LAXATIVE BROMO Qt'ININE:'\ Tablets '.m"ve ,
/ 55 ATLANTA GA 1lJ'- IIM ,....... There U only oar Bromo ijutuui .
j 1"' t s' Pilgranuiriot I :S U ntiay.\ E. W. GKOVLSugiuiunuolKx.; .. .
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Concerning Our People, Business and the week in Lake Cil>. Mr. Futch MUST MAKE UfonlJ\1'I: TO! I 1J ya

Progres of the County and Town. ') attended the organization meeting of SECURE: : 1'\X I EXEMPTION: :" i \' '
the North West and Central Florida ;]!
Wainright Stresses Importance
Secretaries Association composed of 1t
of :Milking Returns 'f
s If
==PIllS the different chambers of commerce ( _
In Person.
I*. II. Barefoot spurt Sunday in''' \\ u guest Saturday at the home of in this section of the state. ;

Jacksonville. I I I ;Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Andrews Sr. I Hereby I give notice to all propoi' i

!( Biggest Sale in last fifteen ty owners of Bradford County that I .
Covington Toole cotton seed See i< Suits and Hats are going at years at Stump's, 'ti am now ready to take tu.rututn- V

J. F. Kickliter. ,, "* '"" 'I --- |Quality goods at low prices. i! E. H. Smith's 7-tubp superhetrodyne in the Court House in said County -

))on't fail to visit His Sale __________ '| radio set. with the loud speaker on :Monday and Saturday of cm I h

at Stump's. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis, Mr and attached has been furnishing Starke week until April lat. ,
____ I,I Mrs. Ran son Davis, and Mrs R. II. with concerts lately. Tho music can The law requires all tax returns to ,

Mrs. F. L. Turner was hostess at'' Barbour spent last Sunday in Gainesville be hoard easily across town. This be made from January 1st to April e.a_

the Friday afternoon bridge club. j', powerful set was built by Mr. Smith let. of each year. Under" the new laws. I
i its construction giving it the same 'and! conditions us they now exist it i is

White Bermuda onion plants 20c ,*i! Wash silk dresses only $;).981 range and power as a 10-tubo outfit. highly important that every property ;!

per 100, $1.75 per 1,000. N. B. Hull. I j.(.at Sternberg's. owner make his. or her returns to \ .

I 1 The S. A. L. special trains the the assessor in person, in order tot I'

Dr. and Mrs. \V. E. Middleton went !,, :Mr. and Mis. O. L. Beaslcy returned first to go over the new coast to properly adjust the $500.00 exemption

to Jacksonville Wednesday morning. Monday fio.u Tampa where they coast road to West Palm Beach, will allowed to a householder, or head ofa
I|I spent the week-end with her parents, pass through Starke today; Mayor C. family. Also to properly dju-t Know Where You StandWhen

For real values: go to Stern- ''!! Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Durden. L. Peek will represent the city. Four your assessment on intangible property I
'I'i -such as bonds, notes, accounts,
berg's. trains will be required to carry tho
Every item in our big stock guests over this route the Seaboard cash on hand or in banks l. stocks, 'I
I you have n checking ,account nt this bank always
(except State and National banks) i i you
I I Sale, Slump's.Mr having extended an invitation to each '
bliss Marguerite Shriver will I Ion
soon mortgages franchise credits, know where stand
town traversed by its rond to send etc, you in regard In bills paid; cash on
go to Atlanta to buy spring millinery I and l MrCon.; Roberts, of Law- representative citizens. to thin celebra which class of |minit.under| the hand; and (far complete protection A cancelled check in tin*

Fresh tcv, and, Mi,s I'uirl TnUirtl, of De- tion. law must be usmwrd, mid your failure j only receipt nerd bill paid The stub in check M t.
cheese, and creamery butter to make returns" l"'i\cs, it up t to { you on your
Lnnd of 1
v.t't rin u Sunday .
at Highway Market. ,the n'inssor to assess I'loui thu boat iinfiirinntioii book show cash on hand. ,
Mrs' 1 K:;. l,. BIRK I $, LAWTEYLuwtey
I ho can get nnd' "Iou .lit "

Mrs. J, O. Trader, of :M; Augustine Jan coot the ta. New tan ladiesat 23: James Godwin
Clippers I
was u vveek-end, M"'ht of Mrs. Sternberg's. left last week for Miami i where hn ever, the 111:1iimim: U\\ on 1 Hi. which conies of doing business along hirh''. < ft-ient' end 1

W. E. Middleton. I II|I .. has secured employment as civil en- class nf piopcrty, 1 is only live\ unlit 11 I m bu"mes.-likr. method We m.ikt. no JMIK'. for linuii.."'u I l
one half of one per cent cm the doll.ir. ,
Don't full to visit Dig Sale I I I Mr.. and firs. :McWhit, Miss andMrs. join gineer.him Mrs.in a Godwin few weeks and baby will The law says: "Where no returns ;, ch.ckmRCl'ounla and pay an mlcu-l .<\ 4. 'pn 1 sent on all ..11'l' l
Frier, Moultrie: Ga.
at Stump's.Paul are made to the? assessor' beforepril I I posits in our bank.
I recent guests of Mrs.. J. W. Andrews, Miss Clara Thompson of 1st the land must ho ashessed! "I'n-I'I \
Jr. Panama
E. Canova and son, Paul E.Jr., I j'.' City was transacting business here known," and as tax assessor I must i WHY NOT TAKE VDV'ANTAGE?

returned Saturday evening from al I! several days last week. comply with the law. I earnestly" so- I
business trip to South Georgia. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Divis ore entertaining licit your assistance and cooperation I .

-- ; a few friends at a fish fry Miss Mary Boyer, of Baldwin, w is In the end that justice may ho dorm to i

Mrs.:, Rawson Davis lint. returned' 'at King-1ey Lake this afternoon in the guest of Miss Joyce Terry sever- every tax payer in Drudfuul,I county.I',
from visiting nor mother, Mrs. Ida I honor of theguests, l. Mr., and Mrs.. N. al days last week. Respectfully, '

W Tatum, of Jacksonville. A. P.l'rI'Ylllan, of Atlanta. N. \VAIX\VUIGIir.: : We Pay 4 per cent Interest I
Mr. and Mrs.. A. M. Blanchard and
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Assessoi' ,
Attend Sale at Slump's before family motored to Jacksonville and, ____ I I
Place your orders. early for Covington stock is picked over. spent the day at the home of Mr. an.1 1 'SERI) PEANUTS
Toole cotton seed with J. V. Mrs J. B.
Kickhter. N. C. or Florida Runner Seed Peanuts
Mrs. Camilla Glass Hob Gray, Mr. Miss Pearl Tatum, of DeLand, is $1.00 per bushel' ( Four cents

Dr. and Mrs. Baker and daughter I and Mrs. Jenkins, of Gainesville, spending a few days here with her per pound) f. o< b. Lowell, Fla. Bank of Helpful Service

Virginia, of Eustis, were the spent Sunday with Mrs. Catherine sister, Mrs. G. W. Roberts. II. T. HALL[ COMPANY
weekend.I i Davis, at Zelzer Cottage, Kingsley 1-9-tf.
of Mrs. Sydney Church last Lowell, Fla.
Lake. H. L. Brownlee, of Starke, was

36 in. unbleached "sheeting, transacting business in town Satur -
lOc Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee and day. '
a yard at Sternberg's.Mrs. .
children returned home Sunday after-
noon, after u visit in Palatka with Mr. Samuels, commission merchant, aar.ea.Ir+s.rns__ _._' ''I I
1E.. Edwards spent two Judge and Mrs. A. V. Long. of Philadelphia, Pa., was a business
days in Jacksonville as guest of her i I visitor to Lawtey one day last week LJCOLUMNU
daughter, Mrs. Jack Briggs.
I Smoked country sausage that Mr. and Mrs E. E. Burnoy and 1 .I

Make out your list, and bet';pleases everyone at Highway Market children motored to Baldwin Sunday I II

sure to go to Stuml Sale. phono 28. afternoon.Rev. WANTED-Chickens and .t,W ( .i.h I
paid. J. F. Kiekliter. 1 l If,. %

Mr. and;; -Mrs.:N. A 'Porryman; *of I I I. !Mrs. R. H. Barbour returned to R. D. Bevls filled his regular :..! 1"1 I / 4rrc _

Atlanta are guests for a few days at her home in Jacksonville Monday.with church appointment Sunday.at the Lawtey Baptist FOU I"AU-.One: good 'mi'lk.d'heifer : ; ; ;; '' N 1

the home of !Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis. after spending several days calf 2-months old. Apply I IL I"I. ">

I'i Mrs. T. S. Williams, on North Cherry John Bridges/ of Coleman wax a W. Kic-klitor, Starke I ,:!Mif a, ) )

You can count on quality in meats street. visitor to Lawtey Wednesday. -
at the Highway Market. -'Olt HAU Olt RENT-Five; k.'. at;,1 .
I Mm. James Godbold anti 'little ,'on. Mrs Will DuProc, of Jackson Cottagu in Stnrko. I"'. A..v
Howard Bracken and Mr, Harry, of Jackson ml 1\1 I'M. Uodhold, Sr., of ville and J. J. Byrd, of Muxvillc, were 1-23-t.:.! yY" I

the University of Florida were in ille, returned:: home Tuesday called here last week on account of Your cur rtir ''. r *fkJlHMJll > .
Starke last after a short visit with Mrs. S. S. tile serious illness of their father J. ROOMS: FOR RENT Furnishedrooms / | / m! ih.I MIVwiifiuwi '
Friday nutifllH rime.
I fowling/ W. Byrd. for runt also table board 5-
I I reasonable See Mrs. J. T. Wills,
1.1 off Royal Society I'ackages. I Attend Sale' at Stump's before David Moore, of Jacksonville, Kighth:I Street. 1-23-It. Y
this | ..__ .. _
: week at Stern berg's. | stock i is picked over.Miss spent Sunday here at the home of his
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I I parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. ft. Moore. i FOR SALE-Ciood farm mule by The
Mrs. M. C. Stith has returned to 'I ___ I Dick Grfffls, one mile east of Starkeon most important; trcannouncement /
Aileeri Alvarez last
her home in Jacksonvilleafter a i I spent !Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jennings! of Kingxlcv lake* road known an
week-end with :Mrs. Thornton String-
visit with her patents, Mr. and Mrs ( Sebring, are .spending a few days II Lacy Simmons' place. E. M. of
fellow of Gainesville, and was acIcompnnied :
II. L. Drownlee. | here with relatives.Mr. Thomas, Starke. l-16-lt. years
home by :Mm. Strlngfel-

Crates and supplies We'take care low, who was the guest of Mrs. J. M. and Mrl. J. W. Andrews, Sr? i FOR SALE=Dairy cows, Jersey and' "\.Toll can now ecjiiip your
Alvarez. and party of friends motored to Law- holstein) young cows and heavy
of your wants, Hull's Store. I I 1car with a tire twice as
tey Sunday afternoon. milkers. Concord grapevines. C. ) a
----- --- :Men's" work shirts only (iJcat Letsch Northwest of highway between ) l>ij; as onJi.:-ry coats anclq"J't

Make out jour list and be Sternberg's. Dr. E. L. Biggs, of Starke, was a highway and Ileilbronn inflated to "nh' Fall 1 the

sure to go to Slump's.Sale. I professional visitor hero Monday. Springs 1-IO-U pressure. It ,fits present

Wheat has. touched $2.50 a bushel .-. ------ ,n rims and touts about tt.j
Levy Canova, of Jacksonville, spent. that means that if you wait you pay Newnan Jones! of Starke is here CIIICKS From our heavy laying Tom name as urcimary tires It
( Sunday with his parents Mr. and I this week paper hanging the residence llurrenstrain white -.
!i more for flour. Starke merchants are leghurns, $15 J ) gives: revolutionary clMICHELTN -
of Mr. and Mrs. W M.
Mrs. E. E. Canova. I selling flour cheaper than they can! hundred $120.00 thousand. Live de \'antilf.tCHt>fcnmfortuccr-:!

I I replace it. Hull's Store. Bradford, County Chamber of Com, livery. The Bagnall Poultry Farm, fcononiy. It ii the new
'.. Miss Hilda Lewis of Jacksonville, Midway Fla. lt.
merce met at the Woman's Club Friday Mklic-liii Comfcirt Cord.

spent Sunday with her mother, :Mrs Plain and self rising Flour at: Highway evening. Quito a large membership GRAFTING have had 21) years "Comfort" Cord Will you come in to gee itlSmith's !
R. L. Lewis.Mesdames. Market. The best brands for-the was present from the different
experience grafting nut and fruit
least money.. parts of tho county and considerable
Let .
trees me do this work for
: T. S. Williams and important business was discussed. Garage
Charges reasonable. E. J. !Lewis,
II. Barbour spent Monday In Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. J. W. .Andrews Sr.,
(Route 2, Starke.
with friends. Misses Florence Elizabeth and Leila The B. H. S. basket hall team, of 1-23.lt. Staikc"lla.GET .

Dcu Andrews and Mary Canova motored I Starke came to Lawtey Friday afternoon FARM FOR RENT-One hundred

E\ervvear silk hose, as low a79c : to the State Farm Sunday aft and played a !game with tho acre farm with two good mules,

a pair at Sternberg's. ernoon. Lawtey team. The home team won bya cultivator, bunch of cattle. to pen, I!
\ score of 21 to 12. Come again. -
hogs to raise on halves; land high

:Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Alvarez and New Garden and Field Seeds David Durban Jr., came home from and dry and .tuIIII"" !. Good place "-

son, J. G., of Jacksonville were recent Northern grown, Arriving at White's Jacksonville and spent Sunday with far the riuht man Will, rent or let
guests of her mother, Mrs Lalla Store. Tennessee Green Pod beans a his parents Mr. and Mrs. Dnvul nn shim-1. flare, in,'nr Uniford. A YOUR MONEY PROMPTLYINMAN
Chace. Speciality. 1-18-Bt.! Durban, Sr. I \ ,I I ) I
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Every item in our big stockon :Mifathering\ Glass, Miss Anna A refrigerator car of mixed vitnliliH ,,,e- ++$ I : -nil1: IMST I!: 1.IA1)ING: ; ,

Sale, Stump's.Mr. 1 Riircll and %V. M. Folks of Gainos- ', harts turnips, rutal.u,,'a : 'INSI,: 1 UAM: ( /'O\II'ANIES.: Fmg.M'C'iJE'I ) ,
nl the Kingslcv mustard and cshbnr.e' wn I i I .I
tills, were quests 1 :: T. MI-'K. AlJTOMOHII.i:.
and;; :Jh\ '., ,r rl l If. Uiteh and family :1 I uki- i ottain- of .firs, Catherine here Friday and consigned t,) ''hat I IJONDS, f.I.11ilLITYADJUSTMENTS

motored to Keystone Heights Sunday I UHM I,,i"t Sunday tannoga, Tenn. ;i fWANTEDi MADE PROMPTLY
afternoon I '
The strawberry movement i u on the' 11
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Sale in last fifteen
Biggest increase. I Last week 80 crates were + .
The Market will fill your at Stumps.Buyers + .
Highway !years shipped from here and 7:1:) crati.s t.t
grocery order promptly. Phone 28 were shipped Monday of this week t Tit Elt SI'jA Harper Mr l.awhuriie, of Hampton, ,"
your order. of the first lot of Covington The grower. are expecting to load lit : : Acreage, Groves and | :, I motored! to St. Augustine Sunday.

I Toole cotton seed will probably save least. on, car Friday. [ : ; Farms in Bradford Clay Theressa: Jlln-: ,HI= It. M Kenney uptain It. C. Ileiberger has returned -
Miss Pearl Whitten. of Raiford, money. Second shipment of the seed I has% returned to his home after xevoril home from u visit with his

THE i i will cost more. Place your order now I Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rigdon, of ; and Alachua counties. i weeks. work in Pnlatka. daughter Marie, (Mm. W. S. Freeman
ro.ra. START II with J. F. Kickliter.SPECIALFlorsheim. Jacksonville, spent Sunday with his + f' ), of Clnxton, Ga.
r I The Georgia: Southern local
f 'iC NEW YEAR parent.Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Kigdori Ready buyers for right + between wu t I twrecked --
Keystone heights
Shoes Mr. Rigdon returned home Sunday + NOTICEAll "
rw Na as I RIGHT regular $111 seller, will! be sold at afternoon while his. wife will ,,"n'l"Ceral I tracts. i I ami) hen Saturday morning, every ,
I + 'iar being thrown off the track but .
ORDER ONE:" $SJ' :;. This special price U days with friends and rein + .unly one turned over. member of Starti (1,1; ,wer''
; / made to Introduce this" splendidshoe lives.Tallahassee. i ....* .. A- ociutinn and those w, hm", 'I., be-
.;, FROM value. J. M. Alvarez. I t Mr. and Mrs. Jim Koon and little com member, things nf "L.I: importance -
laughter were visiting her mother, I .
percent to every one w'll In ?risnl'
}IRS.n. 1 .Tnl""*" :silrox and family moved here of the number of prisoners com | F. D. HORNBECK :Mrs. J. S. Padgett Sunday I Bred at tho courthouse in -"t. day.

fr..,m Lake Butler, and are occupying j! mitt'-d, to state prison during the j ; The many lends of F'n.am: Hei-I lunu irvIth: at '1 p. m t M i'
['. CLAnK Berger will be glad to knw he nut ..
the home on East Ninth street recently four-year period ending Decvmlivr I : I i" I. f' 1":1': i HIT

HOX 312. vacated by W. F. Mutt and ,,31: 1024. escaped -l-ir'n' that time, it KEYSTONE: HEIGHTS + 'Strain. after an opernti"ns for III'urh-| :
Y family I who 1"I'' .' .'., 4 .."r.viii. i-i >ti-i I (.dm H"> nri'iiiii',, reports nttt j ,i hr4. \\intir rains, vv:" .lnn,,' h, de<,

l"o! STARKEAlso .,. iMr r r. -:a"r; ..un 'i-jjurtiiuJit. Of those :|: HI.OUIDX. | :Vlr Horace flay .Hid, fu"II"lv, mil i,' nr I I.tr ,d. unall' nii.1 i I' 'irl I-

_, ._ who got away fll per cent were r>-, MHS, Jewel Ownley of Therc-ssn. Mr'l en farmers,-on ut h!.,- *i 'I rii. <.

Agent for the hoover Cleaner and Mrs C. A. Futch spent first i captured. I L...++++++..+++++++++++++J. 'and Mrs. Tom Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. It all goes together.


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Hall's Catarrh Medicine GEORGIA FARMERS teacher. later. Let childr sWa'."

II Thoup who are In n "run-down" condi PLAN LARGE CROP {I at least part of the-"il1l1." ,
tion will >'ntl<'* that i 'atnrrh bothers thornmu'h .

FARMERS and FARMING : health meta Thla than fart when prothat they lire In whll Good. Warning Given, However to Limit This Weekie Sugar companies, oil and mil-
ale :
road companies or"sn1freat
Catarrh Is a loaf tll-i-mi'. It la greatly Cotton.
Inlluenrtifl. by constitutional ('nnriutonaII Acreage for mergers, bigger and b'cgt!
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.. -- "...'* CAT"IIIIIItF.IHI'.%11 In a industrial units are coming. in
Com hi""" Treat irunt. h"'th local and In the i single units wi!:'.
Encouraged end ,
Atlanta, Ga. by the perhaps
treatment of f'atnrrh for over forty earl. fact that their efforts> during the past Include entire industries.No .
ARTICLES OF FARM EXPERIENCES AND MK1HOD3:: FOUND Bol'l by all druggists with the best need to worry about it. The

TO HE BKST SUITED 1O OUR COUNTY, F 3 Cheney A Co.. Toledo Ohio. year were rewarded farmers I bigger the better, if the public
I crops produced in several years gets its share of the savings. If

of Georgia and throughout the the public is not intelligent enough

I ,, land use less. The proportions of the South, reports received here state, j to watch and regulate one big concern .
GRATE; (HO\\I.N: IN:' FLORIDA BRIEF 1 tLLLING; I'Ol.VIS: three main substances ammonia, are going( to put more energy and "1m e it won't be able to watch

GAINING: RAI'IDLY IN:' SLOPE; MY POULTRY SsPt.CIALI.srCulling phosphoric acid and potash-may into their farm operations this year ( Arthur Brisbane ii and control the secret inside dealsof

-- I I vary under different conditions. All than they have done before in quite a dozen little concerns.
Easy money has noon made on is one of the few funda- time.Indications. | Very expensive I Is the overheadin
'i of the fertilizer may be applied either a long A WHITE HOUSE BREAKFAST. wasteful and the
in Florida by mental requisites in successful competition
grapes many person, poul-
Others i I before the sued are planted or half are that the acreage REALTY AND WISE. public pays the entire bill always.
although knowledge concerning raining.
types try are breeding,
before and half when the vines are to be cultivated this year in all ,
and varieties is limited. Little Ktudy feeding and housing. A fe"w brief i ON WHEELS.
| about six inches long. That applied | principal crops will be increased over AMERICA Inez Hardin, the Mississippigirl
has ever been made of its particular culling points are mentioned below VEGETABLE FIGHT. chosen as the healthiest girlin
I before planting" should be in the soil last your, according to officials of the THE
adaptions and requirements in thin I There are laying hens In all _
is described
I poor long enough that the moisture may I Georgia Department of Agriculture. | - ; '- the country, as a

state, but In iplte of that fact grape breeds. I dissolve it, thus not endangering! the I!i Warning, however, has been issued l i n II Gary, head of the biggest bundle of sunshine. Health and >
plantings are increasing rapidly. | The busy hen is the laying hen. seed. ''by the agricultural department, industrial organization in the sunshine go together.The .
Considerable attention has boon Don't expect from the1""lIppcr" Rockefeller, young girl Is a bundle of
many eggs world, and John D.
It (s advisable to be prepared to through the state bureau of entomol- sense also and says "I'll
!given it by specialists of the .'IorldaCollegu hen. I I'' Jr., representing what is probablystill {
spray watermelon vines before there 'ogy, to the farmers of the state to fortune in the marry when I'm thirty. Not until -
of Agriculture and much use- | The hen with capacity and vigor the biggest "
| in any actual need of spraying. An. I limit their cotton crops to the exact world had breakfast with President then. Some healthy boy may
ful information has been gathered. should be retained in flock. ; ,
any mind but she would
I thracnose is the main field disease, !I number of acres they can treat with Coolidge at the White House. changa her ,
Speaking recently about grape culture 1- A good laydV has a large open ( be wise to stick to her plan. ,
calcium and properly culti law enforcement
arsenate discussed
I while aphis is the main insect to cause They
In the State, Prof. E. L. Lord Healthy mothers have their best
said: cov-ered i i 1 I worry. Have the sprayer in good condition vate. and the findings thousand.of a citizens' com babies after thrity, and In fact

"The first thing essential to knowIn a yellow beak and ; see that it will register a Examples have been given by the mittee of one after thirty-five. Plato knew it, I'

order to understand present developments shank ut any time from Juno toScp-I I pressure of 150 to 200 pounds.lR0It11E.tUX (I bureau of entomology where farm-I Those three men make an Interesting more than :2,000! years ago. ,

Is the fact that grope growing temper is a poor layer. I II ( WILL | ers last year, raised only 15 breakfast combination. We Know that America rules the

hero Is concerned with two species[ | A sick hen may be faded like a : CONTROL 1100 /acres because they did not Gary becum head of the great world in automobile use and production

r, primarily, Muscadine and Summer good layer, but she will lack the vigor 1 EARLY liLIGIir OP TOMATO poison, while their neighbors raised steel conceit,! when he vvco past having more automobiles
". 15 bales on 15 or 20 acres after Rockefeller Jr., born to own all the rest of the world
grapes. Uoth groups are native tol'loriJa shown by a good layer.A One of the most serious diseases of every fifty; than
I I using calcium arscnateI and the world's greatest combined, with millions of ma.
and consequently need little good layer may be described as the tumat'-carly blight or nail-head / manage
I Indications are, officials of the agricultural t.ll.tunu, is removed by only one chines to spare. How much do
modification fur our conditions. hen having soft, rich, red comb and runt-probably can be controlled by I generation from a little farm in we ride ?

"The Muscadine may be grown In wattles, an intelligent head, good ca- i the use of bordeaux mixture. I department say, that a great the hills along the Hudson, and This country in 1021 manufactured -

the State without any special \jwecautancu purity, plenty of vigor, currying a The plants upon which the disease diversity of crops will he the rule Calvin Cuolid one generationis 45 mill on tires. Allowing:

e make it satisfactory without too 1 moderate amount of fat, soft pliable I occurs should be sprayed with 4-4-50 ngain this year. The peanut acreageas promoted from a farm in Vermont an average mileage of 0,000 miles,

unre make it satisfactory without too 'akin, and well-faded color. bordeaux at 10-day Intervals Begin well, as that of cantaloupes and to the White House. which IK low, and dividing by four, ,

much personal attention by thegrower. | Culling shoud be done as often aspossible spraying the young plants in the watermelons may be less this year Apparently, "careers nre stillopen you find\ that tires enough were
i on account of the unsatisfactory to talent," as Napoleon rut made in one year for more than
Its < ,.nnioncHt\ variety the not just once a year. seedbed! as soon as they have developed -
half billaonmiles
Scupperno" is generally planted in 'I' These pointers are given by Dr. N. true leaves, uumg a weaker !i prices (last season. it, here in sixty-seven travel-twenty-seven a hun-

} porpc. iy grown is well suited to thin the Florida College of Agriculture, I In discussing this disease Dr. G. F. the most important farm industries thus announced, "Twins Hornin earth.

( purr.ose. No homo in northern and i:''to students'\ and men and women raisIng Weber, associate plant pathologist of 'in sections! of South Georgia, it was Diirerent Years. One, Thomas .. tells

k ce oral counties should be without an chickens. If you hued help in the Florida Experiment Station, says I:' stated here. While some farmers for Daniel, was born in 1924 his One others that
is to to-
\ rrbor of this type of grape. Other I your culling, or in any other farm or that it forms irregular spots upon one reason or another have given' up brother, James, was born in 192"; the bacco potato and tomato vine plants deadly, to both

I Varieties of this type that should be !' home problem) call upon your county the leaves, stems and fruit of the dairying, others are going right along two hours and fifty-five; minutes of which the potato is related. The

more generally distributed are Mem j Inc home demonstration agent or mato. The spots on the leaves te-I building. up a good herd) of dairy cows after his older brother. sap from the ordinary potato plant

I F' or ), I'den: Flowers and Thomas."While I write tu. the College of Agriculture, in the form of more or less irregular, and are making them pay the farm will kill the two other plants.

f- the Muscadine is very acceptable -| Gainesville, or tu the Homu Demonstration concentric, dark rings, somewhat resembling expenses, finding ready sale for their There Is a new plan for teaching Combat and destruction extend,
f products either at the creameries little boys how to !grow up. from proud man at the
when it matures, still it satisfies Ollice, Tallahassee, and make u rifle target The you see
I spots I or In supplying their own trade. This is the "Knighthood" plan top of creation all the way downto
the requirements of late desire known.
summer your color from anJguitle
r' I vary in slightly reddish to ,
to teach little boys chivalry tho abode of the potato bug.
Tobacco this
only. It has also the serious defect --- dark brown, and often the larger year, as it was last them from evil.
I away
I of being rather unsatisfactory to I SPRAY I'KACII LEES( ; 'IO spots are covered with a grayish black I year, will be one of the most Impor- It's a good plan presumably, Tobacco men rejoice, saying

t / market at a distance, except In the I IK CHECK SAN: JOSE: SCALE mold. The spores that are produced 'I tant crops in the tobacco belt of South but it is possible to overdo schemes "You have abused our tobacco, anjnow

\ form of bottled grape juice. The fact If have on these spots spread the disease and Georgia. Practically every farmer who and plans for showing boys how It'Kour highly moral potato
/ that many palates are more accustomed you not sprayed your peach, are easily detached and planted tobacco last year, according to act and think. that does the poisoning"
: i to another of him plum and pear trees for San Jose carried to to tobacco experts of the A. B. andA. They need some time in whichto The potato farmer answers, "Po
' .' stimulated the development typo grape of scale, it should be done now (middleof other plants by wind, rain and per I railroad, will plant again and think exactly In their own way. tatoes may destroy tobacco plants.
a type January), as it is very importantthat sons. will It Is the thinking that a boy doeson Cut remember that pigs destroy
I I of bunch grape that may he grown this be done before growth starts "The disease Is first found, usual I many plant their first his own account and of his rattlesnakes, yet pigs are less poisonous

'. ./ more or less successfully in warm in spring. ly, on the lower leaves of the tomato I crop of tobacco this year, growers own free will that counts. than rattlesnakes."

climates Varieties that have been I I The standard for San Jose plant It gradually works up the' from the Carolinas and Virginia being Little Newton called a dull boy, The interesting thing is the
spray brought to the section by the thinking out the law of proof that In the vegetable world
produced by crossing the Summer ; scale Iwo been plant, infecting and killing the leaves agricultural was gravi
| long
with various other species of cultivated I r lime-sulphur. as it reaches them. The fruit j' department of this rail- tation. Napoleon, called a sulky th"i are fights as bitter please 1
This should, be used about 1 to 7 is also
part of what
I road. boy at his military school was the we are
grapes are planted ex-I f or M purts of. water. As this strong seriously attacked. The fungus develops Indications making plans that surprised hi to cull "intelligent thought.
that the
tcnslvely for local market and for are sweet -
:1 I a rather sunken, black, potato
concentration will kill all foliage and con-
shipping. I buds that have started, it is Importiyit npicuous spotting which makes them acreage will be larger this year
"When bunch culture I than it was last year. Prices were '
grape wan Within "-
the fruit the disease =
to apply it while the
first tried in the State are high the past season/ and this
varieties I
causes brown natur-I I
which had been satisfactory in California dormant It is effective. rot. a or black colored j ally will encourage many "COL'ID BETTER FERTILIZER liE MALE WE WOULD( MAKE I II"Get
During/ the last few
and the North were extensively log with oil emulsion for years San spray Jose "Blight is most .serious on low i i increase their acreage this year. I Jaunary price list Mixed Fertilizers="SIMON:' PURE and GEM I

planted Rut these were unable to scale hits increased, and it seems tobe lamia where the plants make a dense : Many potato curing houses have beeneree4id ',. BRANDS"-now ready. QUALITY first. Fair Prices-Prompt Shipment.Not .

resist attacks of fungi and insects, : more thorough in Ito work thun growth and where the dew !is heavy." j.i : \ in South Georgia and the cur'e,1 the Cheapest, but the BEST for results. Also Insecticides, Sprayers,
so grape growing was considered al, i otntoes will enable the farmers I Dusters and Dust
failure The production of varieties, I,lime-sulphur) and, if not used too of. CONNECTICUT:' : LOSES I I to rench markets more at a distance

having quite a percentage of blood- ten, is safe Use the same oil emulsions AS FLORIDA mo-J I i"an i hey have ever done before, the E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Co. Jacksonville, Fla
used for
of the Summer grape (Munson hy- :i trees, but are make it twice spraying as strung citrus WINS m :30 PER CENT cured potato not being spoiled in
birds) has made shipment
it possible to
grapes throughout most of the grow pen That l is,, use 2-per cent oil instead oft The De"artmt.t;; ;; Florida, Amer- i'

insula with varylnsucce./ .... -plr tent oil. icon Legion, beat the Department off' HIGHLAND I
Sun Jose scale in one of the smallest Connecticut by 30 'I -
per cent in the relent -
PRUNING: THE F1WIT THEE of male insects and l it is, therefore membership campaign for 1025 highland, Jan. 23-Mr. and Mrs. I > :

I somewhat difficult to see a according to information from national -?i Lorenzo Green, Miss[ Lois Hitch and Our Cr ) ss-,\ ord l u:1:1The

Father Time has again brought! 'single mule without a good magnify- headquarters by James W. j', Nelson Green, of Starke, visited I'

around that Hl'I1Hnnhen we ought to | ing glass. Hut its presence in small I !Morris, Jr., Florida commander. friends here Wednesday.G .

r do the job which means most to the number can be recognized on the Although tho Florida officers al-I'I j H Barker, of South Jacklon-II

fruit treo by way of disease control. twigs' by reddish blotches. I yule
They often ways full sure that this pent Tuesday! here the guest I I
Those various and I state would % cross-word puzzle this week by I! the record of minutes. For
little seven
sundry become abundant of H.
enough to coat the i continue in the lead C. Wmibcily and family. '
organisms which they were cur- I ; Magdalene Tuck is a time limit test. I minute under the
cause so diseases every prescribedThis
t' many I twig heavily. In Florida. the scales arc I ppscd by the unparalleled Albert LaMons visited friends in i:
of our trees and fruit are much ;' usually parasiti/ed by the redheaded I the December drive success off i Jacksonville Sunday.Mrs. puzzle should be worked in not time mark score yourself a plus-
and the
like other pents. When winter comes ,' scale fungus, which tan be seen I gin by which, in wide mar. '" Emma McEvven and daughter j less than seven minutes. There are I which maps yours is better than the

they all die except those types whichare on the twigs more easily than San I won consequence, Florida Miss\ Hotisie, of Lakeland, arrived I ,only two seven letter words and two : average intelligence.! For instance,

able to live over until warm Jose Hcules themselves. I In the drive during hint. j' Saturday for a visit with her.,five' letter words, and not n hard difft. | if you can work it in five minutes, in-
weather that brings !green bark and One summer, : .rtilt word in the whole puz/l There stead! of the allowed
advantage In using oils rather Florida made tho best father, S. J. Starling. seven minutes,

foliage. i than lime-sulphur is that they do not any state, with Connecticut allowing second.of I W. A. Starling was a business vlsi-i'i Is.no need of a :lIctlo.na1'r" as nil\ jouwill I '\our intelligence j i, plus two. On
Instinct sends these wintering organisms i kill the friendly fungi, which The I tor to Law have to do is wrinkle your brow
ale an December drive ley Saturday. j.
was for mark. dot GO!
set. Answer
I to shelter.shelter from rain 1 19251 .and think a bit. '] up n.,\v with 111 your (
important factor in Miss Lillian
: keeping down dues, anti, before the A. Mackery, of Now.
and cold. That shelter is usually scales.If new year ]River, the pencil and see how far you' can break | next week)
ed, Florida had spent week-end here the
over ISO cent of
? found in dead bark, twigs, branchesand growth\ has started the > per guest of Mr. and Mrs
on trees 1! 24 I membership paid up for 1021.itl'' II. C. Wimber-
old leaves. ]
They cannot thrive
so that they cannot he sprayed, Prof. ly. I
when exposed to cold l, dry weather or 'J. R. Watson of the Florida Cxperl- WILL ERECT: MONUMENT: I Miss\ Louise and Gilda !Marie Thcde I

sunshine.All ,| scent Station, advises growers to 10 CONFEDERATE: : WOMEN:' 'of Lawtey, visited friends here

light, to get thorn, go to those spray with the spores of these friendly j :Saturday.Mr. I 5 tI
places flow do them ? The !Mobile, Ala.- it; steps have been I
you get fungi. They can be got from citrus and Mrs. F. D. Lang and children ,
best way is to cut out and burn that ; treclII'hero they are living on pur- taken here towards erection of a'' ,,, were visitors to Starke Satur
dead wood. ple scale and similar monument to the women of''
sprayed on peach trees. Pruning is one of the main jobs in This will educe to a minimum any I the Confederacy. I[ P L. Rigby, of Belleview, spent

the orchard or grove in fall and winter danger of introducing) a fungus disease A committee alicndy has started ) ,Sunday here with his family. [I Ij u

The second best way is to spray with beneficial fungi. organizing_ various cnmnn m.. nf n .Son......*. ._.I.. I j I C. F, Hoover, of Starke; was

when the trees are dormant, except-,' -. -._-- Veterans throughout the state, as business visitor here a 15y
l4 .
c m to control melanose on citrus. In this I 11/2i: UUlMiS NEW HOPE\ I well as other organizations commemorative I H. G Hill and J. B.Monday.Griffls were ,

ruse, the Hpniying is done in .spring \VAIERMCLON mmWER; of tho Confederacy. I II visitors to Jacksonville Saturday. t I ltl
;r with bordeaux-oil. At this tune- I The committee will name of
one ,
I C.
when the diseaso organisms areespecially Watermelon II'row-a in 1 1U2-1!> had the Mobile banks as a depository of Wimberly, Jr., has accepteda
'much tll I' position with the S. A. L. Railway
contend with.
Unfavorable funds which ..tl z/
prepared for the winter are to be solicited fromevery
weather' disease and left Saturday night for Belleview
insects I
it taken shipping section of the
1 a spray solution stronger I state. When this
l difficulties were some of the has. he will be located for a few
than when they are not in such shape reached a suitable amount a I days.
-0 t The best. farmer prune mid spray. i I things that/ made many crops of last meeting! nil) be called to determine
year more or less unprofitable llow- the Regular services were held at the
-hape the
The tools to use in pruning are, monument.
'cvor, lV:!'i is. another year and with flans now tall for Baptist church Saturday and Sunday mac; 7IIOIiIZONTAL
generally, pruning shears, knife and erection of the
'lit comes new hope and better knowledge memorial by the pastor, Rev. L. W. Mosely, of
aw. It is always better to paint over in the .
freshly rut off limbs. with n preparation i I (if means and method of ox'er- Col! .N. F. Th mipaiin, who concl'lvI"d '
like carbohneuni Cut out all coming the obstacles uf U'2L:! the idea t, will "le in charge of its M Carter, of Peoria, visited verb be."
[ The weather uf friends here for the week-end. \\2: Part of the "to
dead and dying uood. And, to be :, be beyond the control of new year farmer.will iOI1. Mrs L. J. Mnrr and daughter Miss 1. A male member of the family. 13. Small stone (ab.).
especially! particular, in going from any Acidic 3. Not the truth. 17. Not written.
Mae Marr
Hut he will be able to plant, cultivate, returned to their
one tree to another disinfect. the home Sun God. IS. To walk through water.
fertilize, harvest at Live Oak Sunday after Egyptian
spray and a
pruning tools in such according -
some material to the best practices. Any 666 pleasant visit with their aunt, Mrs. 6. A mineral. 21. Editor (ab.)

as formaldehyde.For farmer should be able to produce I E. Wilkinson. 8. To perform. 23. A pronoun.
playing, the old standard and a Mrs :M. C. 10. Name of Shrubbery. 25.; That thing.
reliable bordeaux mixture good crop of melons, protect them I I. A pmeripUoa far Wingate and childrenof
cannot be from disease and insect and harvest Colds, Grippe Uenirue. Head Starke. were visitors here Satur 11. Governess of the family.
beat. These methods and precautions 'and' market them aches Constipation\ Biliousness 13. One that pays the bill. Answer To Last. Week's Puzzle
have so as to place the day.J.
been practiced in our Lake maximum number It .U the moot np.dy remedy we ...... R Wilhoite left Tuesday for his 14. Genius.
county grove for yearn and I'll stackit on the market inexcellent HOA iT PS
home at Dade IB. A number. AN 1
up against any when it comes tot ( condition. It in largely up to To Stop a Cough Quick City.
freedom from diseases. II{ him, irrespective of the bad years of take HAYES' HEALING Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Rigby and children 16. A point of the compass (ab.). $ A K E U N I TP
HONEY a were visitors 19. The owner of Spark Plug.
the to Jacksonville
The main thing about all the pl'\.j past.Planting trough! medicine which stops the couijh by Tuesday.A. I 20. A fattening product. W A T E R Ep
cautions like these Is. to do it. All the commence in Levy and'I healing the inflamed and irritated tissue.
talk in the world won't get result :, Marion counties about February 10.1 J[I A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE: J Swartz returned Monday froma 22. Exclamation. ET TAT ER AiR
few 24. To
You got to do the stuff, boys. | according to A. P. Spencer of the I i SALVE fur Chest Colds Head Colds and days visit in Jacksonville. enlarge. I HE M MA '
m n 1 i Florida Agricultural! Extension Division Croup Is enclosed with every bottle: of Dr. and Mrs. W. II. Hudson and 23. Verb.

No Worm In a Healthy Child South of these counties plantIng | II"! [S' HEALING( : HONEY The salvo children, of Jacksonville spent the 27. To keep from starving I 0 OAR HAS,

All chlliirtfo ttouhlrtl '""h Worma haw an uo begins about ten days or a month I should be rubbed on the chest and throat weekend with his parents, Mr. and VERTICAL c; R T B Y E '
healchy mbar which tutlti atm roar I ......1. and ass 'IruJ. earlier :North' of them it begins of children/ suffering from a Cold or Croup. Mrs II. B. Hudson 1. Bleet. I
... there U man or I I..** mumaih duturhanfa. '. ten about TheHrallnit erTitt of Hiivn Healing Hon.y In- 2. Long ago. i N A N BUM L IJ
day's I
GROVE TASlLLESSil: ; ,II l VliMC given rnujarly or a month later. littflhe throat comhUHl) with the hfNliagrffrctof Sprnying peaches
On .rum e OPen'Trale Solve ihruuuh the pears nnd plums 3. A metal. T M ETiE, R
for I wo or three werki I u rkh the blmxl I inprnva average land about feOO pounds pore of I
tmvlua nnnttoi'.a cough in mld.wlnb'rIIIth 1 to $< lime sulphur 4. A man's nickname
the dl* los.ndrtra of '
a CnnrralStrraitthcnlatlTnnla ;3-7-4 I
a UPO'
commercial fertilizer Path rrmetlie ked in
are pa one canoe and the HG'dEs .
/ betters
athroworTor should be rn tt of the combined treatment la 3Sc pact.
dispel the tvurn ,n..I. .,I .h.l'hIoI., 1 .a I tla t-,. applied to the acre On I chance I T'I. EME L'
perfect health Pleasant t, talc. ecV.!) ,HT N.ti>. I poorer land use more, or on richer Just ask your druggist for HAYES' your of having fruit next 7. A state (ab.). r1
HEALING HONEY: summer. 9. Fruit (plural).

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FLORIDA AUTO ASSN.More TIME TO QUITTRADING iIII! 1\ *. of offtovra. Juror anti ..IIn..... .------.----- -. 22.RO
BUDINGTON COFFINS inanity ln.alrlwlFM'

Than 1,000 Delegates & CASKETAnd of oAlmra and eommttUr...--.---.......... .--..._ 1870

to Be In Orlando Jan. Expected 29. Occurred at Middle-burg: Home Saturday DOLLARSHASTINGS a Full Lin. of Statl.n.rr and General Prlntlnit l autiolwry.. blanks. ate. 104 77

Morning at Two O'clock Following U rode.talln. Ritord :books _.-.. __--. --. SO:54
Orlando, Jan. 14-A statewide _Supphta ;{J I Advrrtl.ln" required br law and paid for br county __._ S3.10
Long Illness. IN Coinmlulon. paid I O1r.nl
meeting of all members! and directorsof DECLARES THAT PRES- AUTOMOBILE HEARSE fat nuniior -. .... .___...- __.u_. -.--.. 1,00500
the Florida Automobile Association Green 16.-Mr. SOUTHERN ARM SYSTEM Always hand TM collator .-.-. _. ,- 1,087.84 I
and affiliated clubs Cove Springs Jan. ENT on The best wr h'rill'. Ntnoral fotirt work .. _.-._ .__u.. .. .._____- 110.00 '
; secretariesof W G. Budington, of Mlddleburjr, GETS US NOWHERE rte at the lowest prlr! .. Special i jerk circuit court rrrordln and ""."" l court week _.. 48.88KxpinHcH II
all chambers of commerce of Election--------- .... 460.86 I
; representatives Rod: seventy-two years, died Saturday attention to telegraph or- Primary -
of all ( Ontmiienel. 541.Ot I
civic bodies municipalities morning at 2 o'clock following Atliuita. Ga-Special.-"It's time n. Registered Embalmer lujuunt of ilrnlnnuu' -bond. --_-.- ._ 1.100(10( 7.2'2 .iLravlnn
truffle and police depart. an illness of seven month. for ever? Southern farmer who clingsto

ments and railroads in the state has Sir Dudington was born at \Vhites- the all. or nearly all. cotton idea to DeWITT C. JONES ; Droll Scrim balance(irtltliil-mil imnrnUit .- .. .._- 4.12748 flBOOIcnvlnir
been called by President M.
M. Smith ville, near Muldloburg and his of straight thinking beforo
spent lot !
of the F. A. A., to be held Orlandoon do a STARKE. FLAHabitual balnnri- __ _. 4l'Mj::
in entire lifo in tiny county. By preference ho pitches his U.'5 crop. !Most of our I On-ilit, Script cirtin.il not vrmcnlnl __" . -. -. "" "*
,Thursday January 21): The I
purpose he was a farmer and trucker farmers at trading dollars n415WRt015R1G( I -
of) the convention, which prob- I cotton ? Not bnlanco S"1'1 1. 10. IW.'l' _..?_... .. .. u. _.. 4,112.1 I
will be and never engntred in any other occupation. and losing at that throe years out of Warrant.' outHtiinillnit, Si'i 1.1. ..h1021 .. u. ___ .- ._ 9200Doiionttory I
ably attended by more than About fifty yuan ago he four," said II a. llaattagrs. leading. / Constipation CuredIn
1,000 persona is to formulate and miirnod Miss Laura Tarratus who agricultural authority and Chairmanof M to 21 Days hnlnno. sent| in 111.11 I ...-...._....__ 4.108.48 :

agree upon measures to be advocatedat survives him. Mi. Budmgton was for I tho Farm and! Marketing Bureau of LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" Is a sl'<,<,llIlIy- FINE AND FORFEITURE FUNtiP I

the forthcoming to reduce automobile legislature designed ninny years und up to the time of his the Atlanta Chamber of Commerce Constipation prepared Syrup Tonlc-Laxntlve It relieves promptly for Ilibitual and ."""* bnlnnorpril I 1. I'tJI .. .__._. .... 46789 :

accidents death a devout member of the Methodist "For the post two years Providence should be taken for 21 Warrants outMnmllnn' April i 1. 1'UI! I .. ._ __ '......... _. .. 111.89 ir i
on the highways, curb a regularly U to daysto ............. ,,,, ,,,,,yrt ,
growing ,
tendency to shift church His religion was a partof baa stopped In and saved us from the Induce regular action It Stimulates and \ tnlnnccnril' I I. I0.4 : _.. _.... ... _._._ 1BD.lit\
unjust taxation his life He lived it and practicedit results of our own folly. In 1923 we Regulates. Very Ploastiu to Take. (iOU RECEIPTS FOR THR PIX MONTHS '

to the shoulders of the automobile in all c of hill dealings with his fellow planted thirty nine million acres of I per bottle From ;Tn' owner and secure ComptroHi, n'demptlne : : 8685From
more wholesomeand men. No man ever lived, in Clay cotton; In 1924 forty million lures -- -- o,mpluilli-r, ,, Itnilmnil' Inv----------------- I

uniform traffic laws throughout who JO WHITE From e. inititillir, dlivrnili lac. 04
county enjoyed to u greater extent In each of those years there was acreage &cu. --
Florida. From .hi-rllt Inn .... . _. _.... 100270 4.mil IMaklnv
the esteem confidence admiration enough to have made with even LOUISVILLE. KY 4 .. t

The association Is in receipt of and love of his fellows than did fair season conditions, sixteen to eigh. 1rtebab.d: a 1837 ;t \ b>'lanc.. ._ I-jiTll

numerous recommendations in this Waterman BudiUKton Honest, fair teen million\ bales and a ten.cent priceor tll.rtm..d., .. d '" 1 018AVRSEMltSTI: FOR TUB 8IX MONTHS

respect' which are! backed by concerted liberal he I smash /ell Value 1 Cael of Criminal Pro..tutton.t
effort. Some of was a man less with the Inevitable farm 9h.rtff end dcnutlrn. coat Mil. In criminal OJUM*. .__- 1,000.45eomhlblee
thesu would reduce who came in contact with him felt that such price would bring. Providence Raw Fursl 3t1: eat. bllto In crlmlnnl eases _. ..._. Ill 44
the cost of automobile licenses to a the influence of the innate goodness of be depended on Indc,finitely Clerk of the elrcult court coat bill. In "rlmlnnl cnni*.___ -(983
nominal charge and cannot County J"d.... coat bill In criminal ca.. _. -. 4I>7.BOJtutlco
place a furthertax the man. Ill was a magnificent type [ to bring unfavorable seasons of the Pi-nrc, coat Mill In rrlinlnnl cimra .... MB I

on gasoline; do away with the of citizen husband and kld acre. We I NOTICE Witness fen. __ .- -.... ._.-.. _... 14800
o splendid down
so-called tourist licenses law and cut > per Crrdnnr, and all PPMOIIH hn\ ing ctftlmnitmlnut Court aUnonranhcr In Innolii-npy cum .._. --_.- ._ 2. the : : and secure an ideal father nnd he died as he had I stepped up a couple of million hales the Kmatc: of W I F Godwin; | | ti,.COM... Ph.Hff .nmml..lon< 0" fine coll.*!*?*! pt<*. _.. .__- 4fl.fllFwdlnu

enactment of legislation per. lived strong in the faith of n richer In 1931 arid, by so doing the South lnti of I.a"'h'>. lluidfnnl County Hortdfl. prisoner.-------------------- a88.00
muting motorists In of I will iirrnont tht.ii!' call, I rlnlnm, duly, nil then ttrnUil Par of juror In erlmlnnl aura, eonntr and twtlM" .(
possession life beyond the !grave. Besides his j I burg lost about three hundred million I to ,the umli.t-tfiiriiml \icutoi within two peace courts -_.____...- _..- tsn"
foreign licenses to use the same In wife he is survived by three ,children that como right out of I year, from Into or they will h. forvvor bur Onard .- n_..... _____ .__ ._._. 240.00
Florida so long as the tags are liquidin y.Y. :' (\dollars, haji and nil p'.n. I",.. bh' i viz : rtudington, of Muldluhurg! the farm pocket \\.d. t
hereby rvqu i rt il tu their said! debt
the state where they were issued; I of the moil prominent und uc- signals foithwltliDiilul .my hnlnncp _,_ .___.__ .__ ......_ .__'_'_- '-Mlrt ,
create uniform speed laws do lone i I [A eplta of [Uoav !ganger, I Debit nfrli-t .tln"d not pruacnlid .-. _-._. 47.80 ,
; away I cessful business men of this! county; flying in every cotton state plans nt Stork Florida title the Std day Debit wrlpt r.niiII..I _. _- .. -. .o._ 61: .0 ,\III SI'
with the constable I nf December A. D 1924.
svtem mid .
Mr.. c. W Increase
Budmuton of Daytona made everywhere to
force each and | are C. C GODWIN. linlnneo ... ,,_ 'III' '"
every tiafflc. officer to I und Mrs: F. \1.: Duttlmg, of St. Johns cotton acreage In 1")2B.) This I 1 Executor!: ..f the Batata of W V Godwin d.- I credit TK-nvInu Ininafprrnl, In ouUlnndlnu Iml.- .liti-dnon Fttnl .-. ,..?.ooTrc.111

wear a prescribed uniform while! on | Park Jacksonville and two grandchildren I i only be dono at. the expense cinaitt. 1.'.Ct-1-30 acilpl curtmnl not prwiiin. lei _. "IS" I''"" '"
I Ivan
force all
duty; persons to secure a One sister also survives him. I of cutting down food and grain acres ----- -- -----.--. Net bnlann Sept 10, 'UUI' _.._ . .. 241''l1Outatandlnn
permit' before being allowed to : IB MVSTEU'S BALE: __ .. __ ... .11 -.
operate I ID's Emma Richard, of Starke. The at a time when food and grain high warrants Soot 10, 1024 -- '--"- "- _

an automobile; require! automobiles grief stricken wife, Mr. F. W. Bud- and going higher' every week I Hi'ruby notion U given that under and bjr. Tleppr'4ory tmlanc.' S,.Pt. 10, 1021 U_'_'__ ____.. ",____U'n__. uflnt
to come to a full stop and look \ lrttni rl that certain tlnnl tltcrro off foreclou
ington. and Mrs. Dowling wore at the alarmist but the present
"I am no
j tiro mud!l? Ity the Jiulirc the Nth,
before passing railroad crosinA's.: as bedside. when the end<1 came tendency the Intent to plant the whole Tiirllclnl 1 Circuit ncttnw for:: nl'r I lnat'*nil of.Imlire ROAD FUND v

well as variousother l proposals Intended The funeral services were conduct-I taco of the earth In cotton this spring .. Circuit A. V. in Lang und Jude for, of Ilrndfonl the. Kluhth! County Judicial ., Pepn.llory Imlnncoprll, % I. 1024 u_ _-.- 'l"t'f"'

to promote the public welfare ed at the Middleburg Methodist I 1 that Is so evident gives uw grave con. Florida. qnnllfld' on Die 6th ilny of Des Ontatandlnir wnrranla. April I. IM!. -_ .n_ .- __In I"
us it relates to motor trans I A. D 114,1 In fnvnr of tht ,lulornt. Land
church afternoon the weevil drought 's
Sunday bs If tho boll or "m
pastor corn. (Hank of Columbia. a cnrimrittlon. at complnlnnnt balanceprll I I. li'24 ,_ .n'.
porta tion. of the deceased Rev Henry Pace, don't cut the 1925 crop, starvation low mid against K n. ('nn..\n it nl.., an RECEIPTS FOR TUB SIX MONTIHl

The meeting will be called to order! and interment was in the Mlddlcburg prices will get the cotton. grower. The lift The ndunt untlorHiunod, Spi-clul' Mnnter. will From comptroller redemptions .............t- .--.. -. "'- '11
at 10 o'clock
on the morning of Jan. cemetery. situation looks lust ua hazardous to mooa ntT"r for unit. in front of the Court Home In I __ _. M7.4"DIsnt'HSFMKNTH

uary 29 und may run into the following A (treat crowd was present testifying In 1920 unless the craze for Increased Stnrhe lotral' hour. n.nIr".1. of nalo Countv on Monilny lorliln I'tltnmry. during 2nd tho Making balance FOR TUB BIX MONTHS

day. to the high esteem in which the cotton acreage<< can. bo headedoff It.T. ,.. the highest, and best hlddtr for. malt NONE _. _- _-. *""""'
The legislative:( committee of the good man was/ held from Green! I somehow. the following tliwerlheil. property lymir; and nu '

Florida Automobile Association and many helms lit Itrnilfor County .UttrlHn to.witUmt raving balance .._____. .-..- "".4'
Cove Springs and other places attending Growing cotton and buying bread half or Northennt quarter. Font. half Tt.,hit script crrtlftvd. not" prwienlwd- -. ..___. --_....... 7.15PmitiI :
affiliated Three-A clubs in Florida the funeral services. The floral meat and grain Is simply trading dollars of Northwmt, quarter hunt half of South script canc.lli.il .___u .__ 11.al;>_in' .tA
wet quarter, and \Vcnt half of Routheantoitarter
have pretty definitely agreed upon a tributes were numerous and beauti! I or worse. It never Is profitable.Most ,, all In Beetlon n. Townnhip 0. South loavlnn halinc. n_..._.. .- M?.?.
program but before taking it to Tallahassee years it's a losing game. Thero Knntro JJ Fast : and Northwest 'quarter of Cr. Script cirtlflnl not proaontwl -.n. -'_-. 8
it is the desire of its officials ful.The North wi-nl quarter or Northeast quarter, and
pall bearers were Messrs. J. J. Is only one way to safeguard 1925. Northi.iiHt 'quarter of Northeast qunrter, of I Net ".lon.. Bnpl.mb.-r. 80 1024. ..__ ._.-.... OT78
and members to have the benefit of Pillaborry R. F.Iillikln.: James Plan for and plant enough food grain Northwt'Ht qunrter." nil In Section H. Townnhlp ou''o.In"' ,, wnrranta litt-mber 80. 1024 _.___n--.--.__.._.._ ..
fi,. South, It 22 Eat In .. ... ..
suggestions and recommendationsfrom anno containing atciiroicnte '. .- *"*1'lp
Previitt George Tarrutus Henry and forage acres to insure your family 340 acm. Pcpoaltorr balance .p".m..r 50. l 24.____.-.. e1a0n
every other civic body in the Tarratus I and live stock full food supply with- U A. r.RFHN .
state together with those of police .. Special Mn.ti'.. i AGRICULTURAL FUND
----- out buying from store or food dOl or. E. M. JOHNS.

and municipal authorities and the :MISS 11ULDA\ JOSEPHINE: LUCAS In this don't forgot that a good big Solicitor for Complainant. 1.2.flt-1-80 ni.po.Horv halanco April I. IO.4OiitHtandinir ._ .. ..._ ..____...__. t.U
I I 1024 ... ... .
railroads. I warrants April, 1. ------ -
home garden Is a. wonderful food
The friends of Miss Hulda
many I With food and live stock ORDER bit PtnilCATION Nut balnncr April I I. l 1"24. _n'___" '_ ......__... S.ts
JAIL 19 will source. I In Circuit
SENTENCE FOR Josephine Lucas aged years Court for Bradford County
which amply provided for. a good rlnrlda In Cheneery.J.
DRY LAW VIOLATORS regret; to learn of her death .
M. Aloa..... Complainant. From tan collector, lance ---.o.-------------.
OPPOSED BY COOLIDGE occurred at 1 o'clock yesterday morning I, Insured, regordloss of. cotton pricoa" I VH Kill to Quiet. Title .Etc from comptroller, rwlwrnptlonaMnklna .--_.___.....__.__. ....--
-- -- Geo E. al .
Pace et Defendant
at 427 East/ Monroe street aftera ''I To The Florida Land and 'Immltrratitm Company balance .. -..- .. .-- -- 1.11DISItUIti4EMENTS
Washington Jan. Legislation few days' illness. She was the Colds Cause and Influenza a corporatlo'n. Wm. Dlekmnn' N. D. FOR- TIIK. SIX MONTHS: == ::===
Orlp .
to make jail sentence mandatory for daughter of Mr! and Mrs. Fred II. Ilaiianian Mary Kaiht Ihooper, J. M Knchelhooper I .

prohibition law offenders is held by Lucas of Maxvilie and had been LAXATIVE DROMO QUININE Tablet remove Henry: Ilnxtvr. Wecley Weldmun' ,
in 1 Abraham Halhy.. Wm T. Taylor. Civil an _. _..._....._ ..... 1.15VID01V'S
President, Coolidge to involve excessive Jacksonville) for some time attending the caua There I. ooly ou. "Drorao Quietus'E Jones. Jamea, F Orlffln' Alonio I'. Doheltt Dpo.ltnry balance 1I"I't. :in. 11124 ._ ____ __ ._
W GROVE'S ileuature oo boa :IOn Mnry J. .nowpellim.; M. F. Brawn Wm. C. FUND
punishment.Such the Jacksonville Business college., Young. Limlo .'. Yountr. Wm, C. Yaneey. I I'ENSION
legislation now is before the Jac"h C. Peeler and Chan. F Pnco n..." of 1..00
She is survived by her parents four ... ____
SEABOARD TIME TABLE .. "po"I'n"' balancenrll, I I.
House in the Stalker bill reported by/ .sisters: Mrs Herna Punke, c of El Paso rurlle known j imrtles claiming. If an living interest, and if under d. a,I. said all OiiUlnndlnu wnrrnntx April I, 11121. _.___.__._____..___e-------._

an almost unanimous vote of the Judiciary III.; Mrs Anna Portues, of Luke (In effect November J6, 1921) or known otherwise partltH. and and all each parties of them claiming deceased. an In-, Nut balanceprll I I. in.11 1 -.._. .u- _.___.____._ ___...__... t8'.0.

Committee. With respect tit o Worth; Mrs Ida Inscor of Dothan SouthboundNo. t<.nut undi.r. Jacob Johns. Wm Croiby. RECEIPTS FOR TilE SIX MONTHS '

the President takes the position as Ala; and Miss Johanna Lucas of John Richard and Archibald. II. .f oh tin, eachdecinRet From tax collector I.... ...__.___._.. --...---.------ 01
there are degrees in the 1 reaches Starke at 12:18 a. m. !I. or olherwtiie : and Charles, I". i'..., From romptroller .lIl1n.-- .__..._-_-_. _._..._.___._.. "J'
seriousnessof Jacksonville; four brothers W. M. No.3. 11:02: a. m.No. Edw o rd face. Miurtli 'Paco and 1*,.Mule Pact, rum, comptroller r.II..n,1, taxnm -- _"_n. ....--.o. ...... t. ;
prohibition law violations, discretion Lucas E. J. Lucas II G. Lucas ands Hi>'li helm at law of (leo F: Pnci. ilueeajied. .. ritmplrolUr t" Krnph, tan __ .____.. _.____..._..... .1. 8IO.ST
I 21 Cedar Key 5:00 m. nnd all partieM clalminic. undi'
between tine sentencesor : p. an Interest' r
AS or jail C. 1.U"II"Ill of Jacksonville. Fu- No. 7 Limited 2:16 said U.... K: Pact. deceaai,, or ittherwliio/ Making balance ._ ..___._ _.___.__-....._.... _____.___.__. t.oo X40
as to both should be allowed the I inrnl service will be held this morning ,I : p. m. *.arh of whoiio nmidenee are unknown : andt IHSIlURSKMENTa FOR TIIK SIX MONTHS
NorthboundNo. t to nil unknown .
artlm clalminic un Intt rest
courts. at 11 o'clock from St. Johns Lutheran in lands herein after deacrlbtilYou : Allowance U> widow., ..n___............._ .. ...__....._.. I3t.11I.
Possession of liquor in a flask al church of which she was member. 2 reaches Starke 4:15: a. m. IJR.F.1'1NII : .
a .. .__ _._ .. .__.___....____ .11....
though violation of the law is not to, -Jacksonville Times-Union Jan. 10. No. 4, 4-26: p. m. to be: and and. appear each of before you art the, hereby Judo: retjulrcd of the J>epo.It" tialnnco 11.,1. HI. 1 1"24. -

the mind of Mr. Coolidge a serious No. 20, Cedar Key 8:50: a. m. Circuit Court for the Eighth: JudielnlClrauli' WJJUHNG FUNDftepoaltory
:M.1R\ FIN: OJ'POSEU TOMMLIM of Florida. In and for liradford County, on
but the other hand! No. Limited
offense on POS'l'Ssloa 104 5:57: p. m. thein..! day of rbruary. A. D IttJB. at the balance April I I. 11121." :!! __.____......_ 68*
of liquor for illicit sale! is a seri <;.\ : ; AT :MIAMI! : Wannee Branch- Court hole In ald County' In Stark Florida Outstanding warrants April I I. 1924. .. ...nn .... ._....__u_..... _
H.EIEE1': PLANNED: to answer a bill of complaint, exhibited
ous matter. No. 101 leaves Starke 7:40 a. m. aicninuL you In acid Court by J. M Alvarei Net balanr April, I I. 1021. .. ._._..._- _._----.". Tel
The Executive would not look with Dade County Solicitor Will Re Expected No. 102 arrives Starke 3:15: p. m. 'lht. Bradford. County Tl<...raph. a weekly HURTS FOR TUB SIX MONTHS !

favor on a law meting out the same to Enforce Laws Against. ( Daily except Sunday) wnpaper' Florida puhlUthed., I I. h..hy. In Htnrke deHlirnnted. ItradfnrdCnunty. a.h.. __n__..._ u_.______._ ..._.._____ _.___

punishment to the citizen who has T. J. GRIFFIN n.....'.. '.. In which thi notice ball bu pub .01>> t
___. '
Gambling. Letter Front linhtd. for eight connecutlvo weeka f flblnu I,;fiTfinr' _.. .. ___".n_
liquor in his for his mn:
possession ( overnor States. Agent The land dencnbe, ) in the bill of complaint DHIILIISKMENT3 FOR TUB SIX MONTHS! 0.ooo.opDepnaltory I
use as to the bootlegger. I In thla' ...,.... the title to which In aught to .______ -

; Governor Martin went on record as A TONIC I hi. quitted against the ditfendanta. and certain balanco Neil.:10.: lU.'lOUTSTANDING. ..... ____...______..n_. 0.50>> I
) mortganr..ought to be canceled
Clermont (Florida) firma plant over portion
.: squarely opposed to gambling at the drove's Tasteless chill Tonic restore I of acme ... an follow, twit : South half ofNorthwest
1100,000 worth of hull the ; already INDEBTEDNESS FUND
I quarter, and Southwest quarter of
:Miami meet scheduled to start
race Energy and Vitality by Purifying and 1 I Northrut quarter of Section 10 'Fownshlp'fl
it has planted three carloads last Thursday. In a letter to Fred W. I' South Range 23 Eat: and South half of Depository balance'. April, I. 1121 .. __._.___. ____.___u_ ____. 1ItI..I&
he I Enriching the Blood. When you feel its, Northeast quarter North half of Southeast Warrant. out.lnn.llnK, April I I. I 11124. _._-.-___.__......_
Pine solicitor for Dade county
strengthening invigorating effect how quarter Southwest quarter of Sniitheant
told that official that he would expect see under, Writ of Su .rt.. Not b.lanr' April' l I I. I 10JI.I _' _-_____ ____...____ fro 1.11
it brings color to the cheeks and how garter quarter ..
him as county solicitor to use all his nf Anuihrat South tact of RECEIPTS FOR TUB BIX MONTHS
sickl it Improves the appetite you will then Northwest quarter and Northeast quarter olMouthweNt From lax collector III.... .. .. 1,404.04
.n. n .nU
powers to enforce laws of the state appreciate its true tonic value. I quart!',. all In Suction Jl. and. rrom comptroller, railroad, tax n._ __ .__ 7M8K
iDriiinst gambling at the Miami track. I N. W. quarter "f Northeast quarter of Sec.lion From comptroller redemption. .n._.._..____ 4.,..
Attorney General Buford in a letter I Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic Is simply I f -.e 20. all In Township 6 :South Ifanw 21f From romptrolli' ttletiraph tax_ ..__. ..._.. t.1T 4.S01.7D

Headache 1 made public here last week wrote I i Iron and Quinine suspended In syrup. So i l I..na. and lying and bvinir In Drailford County Mn41ng hlan. ......----.f. __,_,,__. '.!TO..O
i pleasant even children like it The blood I ;I Florida UIIIIIlfINTII!:: FOR TUB RIX MONTHS
I would be primarily the duty of of
o I that it 1 Witness my hand and seal salt Court
of Dade to handle needs QUININE to Purify it and IRON to* ihi* the 3rd day of December A D 1024I Pnld to Union t'.unty. .n. ... .__._. __ .._n.u____. ........
"I have used Black-Draught A t the solicitor county
Enrich it. Destroys Malarial germs and I (. W. DKRMAN.
when needed for the past 20 S the situation I Its I i Si.all, Clerk Circuit Court, lialvlnv" balance n_. __ n. ... .__..._. .__.___...._.__ 505.54
Grip germs by Strengthening, Invigorating ___._.___..
years" says Mrs. Emma! V I The governor, in his letter to !Mr. Effect. By C. A. Knight p. bit trnniiferrrd. from Mm and Forfeiture Fund t.OOOOO
60c. Clark.,
j s-t-l-.tn| Deputy
rimes, of Forbes, Mo. "I J I Pim, which was made public pointed I __ Depoiltory balance Sept, :in. 11121 -. .-_.. .___ _u._ .___...... n___ t.aU.l
---- -- u
began taking it for a bad case out that he had found no law prohi- DRAINAGE FUNDTniatee.

of constipation! I wo-ild get V bitinir! racing in Florida but "thereis REPORT: OF COUNTY FINANCES

constipated and feel just miserable 0 1 I gambling balnnce, April t I. I I">.M 1 . ...___. 79.l.
-sluggifch, tired a bad a !Jaw prohibiting betting or BRADFORD COUNTY lI..nd.o"talandln. April I I. n.M __ 5,511,11
taste in my mouth and Boon I I ." h" /added In this connection he outstanding warrantprll I I. I''I 1 .. ._ .. ... ......-. 1... t,8tUIl.l4T.6t

BBI1 of therat PEHlOn ENDING; SEI'TEMHEK :50 1 192! K
would begin statute
heal celled attention to ,
my ell ... ____
li N. ( rfetl'lt Anril' I I 1091. ------ uu .__.
hurting and I would have a C I I I"i ,I General statutes of Florida, <. fnHnw.nv mnrt of the receipts and dkbui-Mfiunta. of the fnniU of RRtDFOPOI RECEIPTS FOR Tlli.I CIX MONTIHl

severe nick headache. I don't .11 \n" I ,, nf the governor: followed i I COUNTY for the p."d" : ending !s... r 'I I 1" 'I I with the balanes! anti amount of warrcntonutotandlnir ..--..--..-- .__.. ...___nu_.... ..-.... --..---.....
know just who .ota: tcd me to .* n la t11'l" and a ntitom.nt of the ."" U and 11.01.\1.' ] -.. anil the ajar* of C'.unty prftpt.nx. I
'! the formation at Jacksonville other than ehnol ot .h. mil ftradrortl Cr,,,mtv. .. rrnortfl on thn 'i l 10 tny, nf Kv|>t. {MUI. by Making il.Hclt n .. __' ..__. .__........__-_ '.__..n__. ,..'..111IIISlUR.IJltNTI
taking tk of an organization/ thut began IK* Board of County rommlmlnnm( and the Clerk of the' Clrenlt Court .to hereby published. onHrr : FOil TUB! BIX MONTHS
the rrovlilona ,f Chapter ISU of the Lan of Florida Arts of 191.l
ili|| it impiiirm, against race-track ERNEST AMOS. Comptrollw.Tfi ._ ._ ._ _.___.__u_._______....__.__.______.______. 5,0500)!
Thedford's I in tho state. In matter sent
!ng GENERAL FUND l...avlnir' .I.n.III..t., Ti 1. 1021 .. _. ,,_ ._.-._-_. ....,...
I II'1t from headquarters in that city Dibit "hondii paid out of ireneral iin.l ._ ___ . ", '_ __ 1,100011
'I -prClfi, ;; reference was made to theM flirpoaltorr balance \Irll I I. 14:1 I 2.in 11: Debit script cancelled .. .__ 800 1.108.0'1
Oiibtanilln warrant. April I I. I lOt 71 no
: ::1\1 ,n race meet and since the or- N.t deficit Sent. So. KUI _...... __ .u ._ 95'I' i
{ iram/jmon began to function there Net b.laniVnril t. I"H __._.._ 2.0.....' Bond out.tandlnu "..pl. 30. IU2I .. ._ .: _.___ 1 'M' 1 It{

I his- been u steady inpouring of pro. RECEIPTS: FOR THE MIX MONTHS rroateM ba,..... Sent nn 1021 .. ... -. n' s0
the capitol urging state of- From tax rnflpHor. bi rFrom .. ---__ .._ uu. -- 1.118...*
I 'ti'' -1< to _______ ... .
{ Comptroller, rwlnmntlon.From u. 81 311 ASSETS AND LIABILITIESSKITKMMHR
It did the work It just ell j I I : ."mot"" "... railroad lle..n." .__.... ___ . 1.41577
seemed to cleat! trrj lIver. C From Comptroller' telegraph Ul t . 23ft I
I pro-vent ;: ; :30 1921.!>
I V.ry soon 1 felt! lIe ne'v. I I From Hi.rt. PO Ililntn firFn can! "I i
UlacK-Druuxht m Clnrk OHitt/ rent .-- 10 HO ASSETS
\\ hl'lI found f I arm machinery I Error old tniu'trfr Innnci J H W,'ntworth inhalanc 9.231.09
nalanm own In ._ltol7. all!! fund. 7.717 'IISn t
I to take and f II .:.. ,
>o en:
y :19Y'I I I er a-'l oiled will be ready for use UwolleeUd taxes '"I 21 I
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acing, I began to use Maafng -. 11.400.42 :

I time and would: not have s.Ck'I. next 4pring.[ 1: __ I nt'lIlt'1SlfENT": FOR TUB six MONTHS' I Foul a.all..bl. UM<. _. .n__.___..._. ..... _n.u._. ._. ---j;;::; ;
I / hea"1.rhL3.!' I 1.., f'I, 1 furL Salary of clerk t of the .Ireult, wart u nmt7 auditor and IIAniUTlKSWarrant
the |j jsystcn I In i I'' InI) debt! I;: nr: clerk l trt .....nty romm ea'n. es _. _....__. 180.00 .
Con pation: causes 11 1\\ I outstanding far current npeneesUnion ... ....
- u. :
i to ra-absorb; pe' .o":3 I. f" .r '\ '. Per diem... and mil...... of. eommiwlnner.. ._. !412n County .. .. _:: :: I IDratn.ge :
great pain C'I' --.-- Pair .tIP. for .n*' that mi vr cause Spla ies of other 0""' .... pad 1Ior.r-1

I p and much Ita""er to YOUI .11fl _. tnrnry.. for p. '.1. _. mmlfit'finer" .._ 4100 T.t.l. ...___._.._..__u____ ... .. .. _.. .
tltord'ema rf vhtratlon, ... _. 1211 fill
II t, e aJ to. :.M' 'a'h' J rvlf.r -- -- -------- ---

I 1// ltl.ck4'i in;'it It will elf{ || L Rrpjilr to Cmlt't r.._...' .Ralldlng.- _..:. .. -. ..____ II.tO VALUE OP COUNTY PROPERTY

1 I1 ,J lute tIca -.> I.I d' amt I help to alt, /r CAN ac DON r.tI. _. _.__. I o Cnryt 77n. 1014409
drive out t'... pnnons : to-* 6EO. L.DICKERSOH Expense.!: ., "....t, Ball tfnitlJanlton Jail .::'--::: : ::_w.-- :: : : :: ::::::::::: :.. 15,00aM:
| and other" attendants __ .. .. ._ ... '1" 1"
dealers. Costs g CuII DBc I tore end il.luei ...
Sold, all | 'lien 3310 fWton.M
S only one by cent a dose. E-l"4 p I !,o PtL-l -. SPtCIAUST Car. of Coanty r.I..a.! )Pen. fuel and water .._ '.' . --- 14114 Other proiKtlr of I---:::.-.:::=:::::::::==::.:..:::.:.::.:___: :

II c.-oeao teo '' JAOW..lL ft0at0Aa Allnwanr. ma f. to f>>aap r> oatalda of pone ban. and B-Hbr Total _.._. .._ .__..uUh_...___ -- 1".700.00 '
.vtCprC-'eA._ = --0.'r.-.- < .... ---:;T'.,i I warrants -.. .. .. __ .. !920 10 I

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Ministerial associations of Tampaand I
Bradford \
: County .Tt\enrlwh NoJrlore
Jacksonville are protesting. I

\. -. .irauiBt She i ace track in Miami, with .---r I LEAKY ROOFS

i'' 'f', .it" utti'ndunt belt in". Miami could I 1\\\ aVUI; WiLl D I
i ..Milled > 4'\1"\ | n'l j cofon-cl .ly THE SPRING: 1 HATCHING: -
', CMU things' up by entering\ u protest use J1ft.8X ("IrB I I
second clans matter at the poet fiuaiimt boxing matches in Tampa I

office at Starke. Florida. and Jacksonville, with the attendant I L1quldAsbestosRoofllly l

1 betting. II EQUALS 10
I. $. MATTHEWS. ... I COATS oYpAtnrO

J. C. ROBINSON..___ _Manactnr. EJiUf.PI When (;('ne' Matthews used to set y. Y to Lana ten >'.,ir..1 Make.t Id roofs t-xJ J3 t
e new--any k.nJ' Ejitly' "ippl cd U i-d by
type and we wero washing the forms
\ I irft" t vonctrna pasl:5 years Infu.'n.
:" HI,ISIIhl: ) KNEKY: I"'lei JY and playing the devil on the Ocala I ten In .eqUt'"I or sand$S for trail 1 r ,"ont
)Free Prons /i. bunt pr p.nij, >fully fuarantttd
now deceased
wo never
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SUUSIUJ'lltl'lo: H \1 I: an editor, banker and statesman. But I 85 FOURTH AVE.N.Y.CITYCur'renLEvents

\: Per \i ,ir . $1.59 he i.i, and a perennial success too.-
Turn pa Tribune. I
!:, Six \Io"lh.! Tie

r ,' :Nothing' reflects the business condition I I ,'
of u community better than I "

, bunk, 'Ine splendid reports given by I j jsinko's : 6 % CF r!

'bunks at the close of the I Secretary ol Labor iAt\i3' bus miulo

Mat. ,. --poukH well for this section. The I| I the pontue announcement that during

, '. ohiini of business passing through I V18Lt I I the lust listtil vc.ii' s',IIUIU) immigrants i

I tl I ptistijflifo nocded only a few ex- entered this country illegally.Wo .

" i 11 rn p"'nnii"< to \put Starke in the I ure unable even to :guess how he r

"c"i mid, i lass. Int. made this amazing estimate. Hut he g
t --0-- I' I must have some warrant for his state

"F'w 1 farmers arc affluent, but ment. Even if it Is only uppioximately]
I' true here is a matter that deservesthe
f; No 4'JS-t! 0 .t i ry i good farmer is making money, I

*. ., writes a reviewer of agricultural condilmns I I immediate attention of Congress.!
, ((1leu.ocr'hp in tai "I Ih."y\ crV Doubtless most of these illicit
immiginnts -
I ill the great Middle Went at ;, / } ,
Association ) i lie beginning of the now year. The come to us over the bonier

, .---- .,suggestion i IH, that it pays to bo a .1 I f 10111 Canada or Mexico. One of our
r HuMiiu.Hh it L.O,".I I /lii. "11 and L.I tuner i.ood farmer, if one chooses npn ulire 6' rs< 06 Lam' a II officials stationed at Montreal! tells

I butter uvory duy.i *' for tho making of moro than "a I I us that of 57,000 poisons uN! left

-uf' -- more living."-Times-Union. I that city for "tempoiary nits' to
National sliel output in still gaining I the United States 40,000( ( did not re !

and prices urn up. turn. A great host are probably muir-
', --0c Live Oak and Suwnnnee county I .sled over both our borders. It is .

;. The Groveland Graphic suggests will upend $10,000 during! thin year I i I impossible to watch borders of such
\', advertising that section. Publicity Is ,
Florida's next governor- Dr. Mac- Ii meat extent. But some protective
the known factor In
greatest developing -
Konzle. i measure ought to be adopted or the
a community and attracting settlers -
-+n-- immigration law Is nullified Native
and SuwunnoB have i
Blue Monday ushered in thin week county will born citizens of the American nations

s; with ruin and 2-cent advance In the the money Invented returned to her are not barred out by the present

price of gas. tenfold.' law. But it might be that concerted [I

-0-- -0-- I action on the purt of these nations I
It IB stated that the first
Giving a stranger along the public postal would save us from being the dump- i
highway u "lift" :Mould be clusstd system was established about 2,500/ ing ground of the 1\11I'n" who simply ,I

among the dangerous sports years ago and camels were used.- I pass through their territories to us. !I
Times-Union. Camels would' bo an

Bradford county- -farmers Will wel i Improvement over the present mall j: ', .\ MOOEKN; .ULIA1II;- [ v II

service between Stnrke Gainesville I
come tho news of tho proposed reopening and l-// .. .. .- An English paper tells about a ::
The Cedar Key trains ---- -- -- --- ---------- -- -- I
of Starke' cunning factory carry real modern Goliath. He came over to '
-0- bluff in the shape of a mall car, but bought property here, after traveling state from Pensncola to Key West, but improper and impossible of en England from Amsterdam and stands II'
carries no service. all over the southern part of the and the small farmer from the North forcement. ,
sheriff feet three and one-half Inches
Hillsborough county's new state looking for real dirt. While! ,in will tlnd u ready welcome as well us So Sentimentalism .without Common nine
x' is This giant from Amsterdam
that out high. j
finding currying pre-elec
American Farm Bureau Federation Jacksonville on his return north, this u good profit if he locates in any part Sense is as "sounding! brass and 1
tion Is mak beats the largest recorded English
promises not
us using
easy members section was brought to his attention of Florida to farm or in tho tinkling cymbal."
are opposed to the proposed engage/ i
them. giant. The Child of !Hale was born in
it --- increase of parcel post rates. and he decided to make one last investigation. raising of live stack. Florida Can take It will be a good thing for ill of Lancashire in 1578. Ills measurements I
Farmers He's now u resident of of fifty thousand farmers of the I
want to get their newspapers care us to remember this in ronnecf'on!
"Faints when applying for license as they are preserved in BrasenoHO -
to Tho and magazines, as well as their Bradford county. I I I live to twenty-acre class.-Times- with the so-called 'Tivld-Labor; Oxford
marry. warning proved futile, College, were, height,
however, as the knot was tied when parcels without being heavily taxed, --o-- TimesUnion.o 'amendment" to the Co-mention of nine feet three inches, and the lengthof
and they expect the pontofn.ce. dcpartml'nt the United States, tvhichill become I!
he revived. The Valdostu, (Ua.) Times, in u' hm hands seventeen inches.
i to give them this. service at a of the of a part of our fundamental law if the i I
-0A --- recent editorial, came out good and Telling experience I elo not know the exact heightof
democracy Will survive on a cost that ii reasonable..-Times-Un strong for the planting of cotton in Bradford county woman who is making legislature of three-fourths of the ', of the Bible Goliath, because there is

basis of equality and equal taxation, ion. Lowndes county, what was aaid being a big success of the "poultry States ratify it, and the question is :I ,;mc difference of opinion as to the
not by building up special privileges I equally applicable to this county, and game" in that section in u small way, now before the country. I I'length i of the cubit in which the stature

and tax exemptions! for a few. To obtain result that are worth ;: while putting in a few acres! of tobacco the :Uuko Telegraph says' : "Mrs. It is culled the "Child Labor" of Goliath; is recorded. If the

.Yv -0- while in a community, to do work ,' and not neglecting the staple faun Jtoiue A. Gardiner ill not a specialist amendment although it does not apply cubit is taken nt twenty-one inches
During the 1PUI-28: inclu clad is. followed bv 11 constantly! in- the in the poultry business unless a to children does it define eleven!
years craps, we hope ;auwannce: county nor Ciciliuth was feel high! HId! I if
Hive, stale and local taxes increiiHud eronsing. return of prosperity and 1'armora will nut Jail lu plant cotton pitjalist is classed as one; who allows what i is meant by labor It says : we take the cubit us a i hunduicath'

nearly ID per tent while fodotnl 1 growth to n community, to do work'r ulso. Of nurse. it .is.undci'"tond t Iliil tin luck to attend i to its own affairs; "The Congress shall have power to ''shoiter, Goliath was still veer" Wino

n taxes decreased more than 27 pe that makes it I possible for other people the bull wiL'Vil! will have lu be fought, but fluting the year just closed >lhoM""urcu IImitrel, !IIltlto and prohibit the labor '''feet in stature.

cent. to live more fontontedlv and easier early, and lulu, but even then, the I'J.lOl! eggs from ulock of of poisonunder eighteen years of I I, 1'h" nctf Mr. Lofty from Amsier-

-o- in your homo/ community, is a''I ,good" prices that cotton is bringing I tU hens. The hens lire mixed strain, 111/ -." h: dam has for" breakfast two ooup-plutes

Business is good in this auction much moro difficult accomplishment I i and the assured market for all that mostly Anconas and Black Mmorcas. Common Sense tells us that it is of porridge, a hugo steak, three helps
With a bumper strawberry! crop mining is making money, but the oblect I''LUII be raised, makes it well worthwhile They arc given free range of- the both impolitic and immoral for I luf' fish, fifteen eggs, seven slices ofi

in and our furmcis preparing to more worth while. Quoting the Times: "A good farm and ore fed almost entirely on young boys and girls to go to work ,i, bread and butter, and eight cups of

f: plant a largo acreage to King Cotton -- culton crap would go u lung way to- what is thrown out from the kitchen too curly in life, without educational tea. His parents and brothel and sis-

all is well with Bradford county. Here is the tout. When vacant lots ware ard brlngiiiK area period of old- or what is grown on the place. Outside opportunities and under bad working sera are the ordinary size, but he

,_,, -- bought mainly for bonn tide inventors ,time prosperity, especially where.gd of providing n shelter for the condition Common Sense also tells grew to seven feet In his first seven

Boy or girl who get their MIUIIOH, or n thorn with the idea of improving ,, I,,11,1to\ other money crops that are going //lock I very little attention is !given us that each community in each State y ears.

.', the honor roll at school generally it IH healthy progress. When j I I to bo grown in the county this them. Fur the your 1U24 each hennvcruued now has power to regulate those conditions
carry out the same policy when they they art bought by speculators with year."-Live Oak Democrat. 130 eggs. Out of this number through truant officers and IN 11m NEW \'omcrn

become of ago and enter the world
their own hook.--Times-Union. it is. n land boom. The former is an'eHsnry When the Baldwin-4unicavdlo loudis n total of $:;32.2:1:!, or nearly $1.0; Sentimentalism !paints a picture of York City. The tenement houses are
-0'- condition of real prosperity u day for every day of the year." If I I I little full of them!
tlnmhed schooling
which it will l within
tho hitter >e a
Strawberries from Starke in January an ;epidemic of is more dangerous fever.! than few months, Bradford county will no this. small flock of hens, with little attention | working long hours in dark and I j In Greater New York every four- ;

In largo quantities Not in as City Courier. yellow -Plant 'doubt build a hurd-u1'lucti road to can net the owner the profit 'crowded and unsanitary places And 1 teen minutes some one is buried

large "quantities us. within a few Kingsley Luke, one of the prettiest inland mentioned by the Telegraph what Common Sense knows that succonditions h every six minutes a child is born, and
weeks. but sufllcient -0- could be accomplished by having a I u wedding takes place every thirteen
to leave some Good seed and I sheets of water in tho South. In no longer exist generally
good cultivationare ,
larger fleck and giving, them added minutes. A passenger train comes in
$10,000 with the '
t growers. important I connection with the Luke Gay high- and if they exist nt all it is because
items in the
growingof Mjinewhero
attention Times-Union.. eveiy fifty-two seconds,
---11-- cotton. But if you arc not determin- nay" this will give the people fioin of "neligonce and inefficiency on the und 11 ship sails
What away every forty-
plans nru being made for an -0- part of local officials.Ld' ,
ed to put n good light I practically all over the state a chain c
up against the t I two ininutes. A new building is tmi
exhibit lit the state fair this fall ? An : -
boll weevil I to visit this Reports from Bradford Baker, use our Common Sense
don't waste your time in resort aver pu.c.l runds.Times l i ished
fifty-one fire
exhibit at the South Florida fair I Ihis Constitutional Amendment eveiy minutes a
L'liinn. Columbia, huwannee, Hamilton Ala'huu
attempting to grow cotton, The -- Kmgslc Luke property -
weevil '
occurs somewhere
would also be of wonderful benefit to Union I i would give Congress to every thirtjtwominutes
a this may not bother tho crop to any is niovuig fast and ut high and counties, comprisingwhat power rell"UIlateull und day more than
section. every
great extent this year but he will be I prices. No other body of water in this is generally termed the Sea | over the. country-the hoy three hundred people the
-o- out in battle array for the following I lection the county offers the advantages Island cotton belt of Florida, are to on his father's farm; the girl in her come to city

"Convict labor" is cheap," says tho season, unless the stalks are cut and I existing at Kingsley Lake re- the effect that the Sea Island cotton mother's home, the newsboy. and the I 1 to live.

Times-Union, "t 35 cents per (day plowed under as soon as picking is 1 jttrt. Jacksonville, Lake City, Palat- acreage will be increased this year. paper carrier after school, and the BIJ\LNG HIS OWN HOME:

for feeding "and nn hourly cost of :J2! over I ku and Starke people hold property Farmers, under the supervision and caddy on the golf links. The boy or ;;, A wide-awake newsboy, aged 15,
cents rnch. The convicts, should direction of their girl of seventeen or sixteen is no ',
-0- C jn this lake and spend the summer respective county of Chattanooga, Tcnn., U purchasing
strike" for "more feed and less watch Starke Telegraph is advocating a 1 months there. agents! have been going after the boll "child." Study in school is sometime I a home of his own with his savings.

Inty.. county fair for Bradford county, and --a- weevil in a scientific and fairly thorough harder work and more injurious to Three years ago he started on a

You -o- asks the citizen to get behind the Crisp lettuce, fine celery, beans, tomatoes way anti cotton can now be health of mind and" body than many I small paper route and in a short time I
are Interested In the kinds of "labor.
development matter and help "put It over." DraJI I and other' vegetables are be- raised in these counties In small knot I': Grown people are by prompt service and attention to
of this section. of c-uurse' for ford is one of the best inland couni I ng shipped in large quantities from acreage at n profit. At one time this all alike. Persons under eighteen business ho was earning ten dollars I

it will be to your advantage Are you ties in the tate, and for many years ,numbers of South Florida sections, was the leading agricultural Industry -'lure not all alike. Conditions are not U week. When his savings amounted I Ie
lending your assistance an-1 presence has been known of these counties, and millions of lllike. The same yard stick cannot bused
f tho as the center of the while, the strawberry season is on in \seven hundred dollars he got the I
' to of weekly meetings of the chamber cotton belt while around Lnvvtev, earnest! at Plant City and .several dollars were made yearly front grow to measure everything. i idea of investing the money In a
Starko' ing the long staple. With the advent If "the (labor of persons' under
and house. lie
I hr comlttl1rt'l'0 Hampton, hundreds of sutras: in tho southern section of the paid seven hundred
--- acres of strawberries ore planted, tato.> When the berry season closes of the bolloevil, the acreage drop- eighteen years of age" hnd been prohibited down I and the rest he is paying in
Perhaps one reason naval men nroHO which pod off practically seventy-five what would have been the ef- '
nets the
' growers thousands. ufi 1 i in those towns, Starke, Lnwtov, per monthly installments of thirty dollars
;, ate' lukewarm over developing our dollars annually A county fair would I tampion and towns in tin- of cunt. In the past few' years. however, 'feet on Abraham Lincoln and Edison until the whole three thousand dol-
air forces is dint/ airships aro nut well I limit part it hns been discovoiod that when the ? What would become of the '
;: both the farmer mid I Im-mi-- (the --tnto will take up the "hipmontsK boy luis is pun). Mr parents "iptred' thee
.. adapted to sticking in mudbanks or i I. : who wants to work' Think of the
men in iloMi touch castes properly tie.Ued the right.
and would ,U t the 1MIHK 1 K<> months in thocar there arealways 11 rait us his guardians though it
piling up" on rocky shores, lime Ulnut oiil-ndcis, In that'k ,, <4ntiiients} of some produce time' n good:: crop cam: be mule, provided 00101)01of\ Captains of Industry oftod.iy is mule out in Humini' The family i+

-- o- -- profit, "tsixe -I'.imi-l, 'ninn, I going' on in the state, which the Gunter dues not undertake too I who started ns water boys-ormessengers "moved out) tile rent which the lioy's
st'rtlon : proves
P. Ciov Martin has promised to wor :: = moth for !
hat Florida is. the best althcycuroiuul unease, and l the past two father (pay him makes !more than
for n reduction In taxes' :State taxoi+ throeo.irs the There is no ,-elfish
The child labor II or acreage has been ppixonal motive
bureau two-third-
the federal state in which to live.-Timea- "I'1 the monthly payments.Meiidcs .
arc about the mii.illcst item on the receipt gtaduully'awreused until it in what is said here. Long the''
1\ermiunt 1 begun with an expense ,;nlon This section is already ahip- appears ago! ;' conducting his paper bu-i-
1 given n taxpayer; whore they of only !)2">.IM)0) but that Sea Is)ami, cotton is again coming automatic bottle blowing machine,
per ,\" II', List > cur I I'' ing strawberries to the northern ness, Kuy goes to school! regularly',
are proving burden some arc tho c cult, it had grown to nn expense of a mil- "narkets and turnip and back into Its own in this terri removed any need for boy labor, although and. also enjoys baseball and other
greens ruta-
ty district and town levies there I.. I
4 lion dollars, a !good part of which 11 pagns' to South Florida. Bradford( tory.-TimesUnion.SENT1MENTALISM. hardly n week but \ games.
was .. what we are importuned to _
spent in lobbying through the county is supplying the both give em
Interesting rending for January of child labor ployment to some sixteen T. C. HAZEN(
amendment, which it f.y is lorth and south of us, with early AMICOMMO.V or seventeen I'KOMOrEIlT.
1020: -Check up and see how man buHeved the legislatures of the year old boy because of family
country v egetahles! In considerable. quantitIes.Another SENSE C. Hazen for the Seaboard
"proposed proposals" and how many will have the good sense to I conditions. agent
dollars of the "proposed millions ject. Should this amendment re- -- Let's. be a little! sentimental about I Air Line Railway here for the past

were taken from the "proposed" the functions of the bureau carry clnss of citizens that Florida There is no question but that "sen the Constitution. under which thesei twelve years has accepted position on

class, and something! al'tllallyI'vom- rapidly, and it is estimated will expand I,, desires and needs very much Is timent" is one of the most aoul-entis- i United State have !grown:! to be the general agent for the same road on
plished. would employ small farmer to locate upon and tying! human emotions says an ex-, happiest and most nation I their new cross-state line at Center
50,000 I prosperous
pie eaters. dt I clop the thousand of tine change. Hill Fla.Center.
o whose main business would bo I and !cr- Inn I[ earth. That "greatest Instrument ,
} Judging! from the amount of mall on the public It is a rank spying file untile-d acres lying in abundance Sentiment Is responsible for the of inherent rights" reserved to tha Hill being the largest bean

: order business bundled hv the local socialism\ and the entire piece of i n all sections of the -state. tf he de- ;,saying that "blood is thicker thanwater" I[ States the casual police powers which and cucumber shipping point in the

I postofllce it Is evidently paving some should be abolished. bureau s,ires to grow vegetables for the early and all that that saying 1mpliei. ,.naturally belong to self-governing United, States the Seaboard deems it

wideawake concerns to advertise. (Text) News.Starke Grnnbury Northern markets he will find thou-:I' It is at the root of patriotism localities.. Let"1 halt this tendency necessary to place an old experienced

Mall order business i i. nearly always -0-- K ands of acres In Southern Florida It( Inspire charitable impulses toward I j|'toward Bureaucratic !government:! and i i man there who was able to take care
hat will\ answer his and the sick and the unfortunate toward of the business.Mr. .
!good in town whore local merchants and Bradford ': purpose that temper our! Pentimi>nt"li"m with
fall to advertise their goods., receiving valuable publicity county arc r,nn he purchased at a reasonable assuring proper care for the Common Sense and. atop tinkering I Hazen having had experience in
--- the TimeR-Union. Bradford through )11>rlee. If he would l like to grow tho 'aged and for children. with the Oonititut' this line we do not believe they could

"Prohibition has cnusc-d ninny lath is located in the countr loavicr crops, such as corn, tobacco But "sentiment" U also responsible;) I have selected a better man
to be t'mptled.-Ueadi1l'n If those, around agricultural section allc the') 'uttl n. etc, he can find any amount 'for the endorsing of many bad notes. | While we suffer the loss we wish
r: engaged! in bootlegging were pine eat tato and this fact is being of found Jut if land in in North and Middle Florida. It( "spares the rod : -j polls> ; luuihild" l I ITCH KILLED\ him much success in his undertaking.

behind the bars Including!:! the bootlegging out ns shown by the rapidly, I every section of the state all and enables many criminals ICescape I] I Brooker Citizen
,. prohibition officialtboie! number of increavniL" kinds;: of produce can be grown aswell from a just pu Hnv nt. It
newcomers to this I ..1Ine ,stock In fact. laws In 30 minutes with. I'nr-n-sit-i-cidej SUBSCRIBE TO
would! he no complaint of song! :, la'I. lounttOnl last week Florida is I puts numerous on our atatuteooka
> a homvsecker a n ,ill,round farming. and trucking' ', which are not only unnecessary for 50c Sold b} Druggists. J THE TELEGRAPH

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