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 30, 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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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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,-_. I TO JANUARY 23

I .Speeches and Other Feature At. :SALE; OF' I'l'Nl'A (JORDA I ___

North \\est: and Central' ) Florida I I JSST.U'KS;: LOTS START JAN ..11.Col. : .
| lendunt' I'pon Opening of New Ili'inx :-;hipma.nts'aintlnue, With
Chambers Other 'Ivic I r :
and I --
Hail Line Take Hare in I Pricoiinnniliilinu; Strength t
Bodies <;et Together. I l I'> i K.: Knight, of Starke, who
I :f'J&* Jf4 Accordance With 'h'ot. .aral I ICnil: of \\ l'k 25C
noted 1' ,' his
t'k ,- : I is a" unbounded cni-ix.v.

Lake City, Jan. 0-Thu meeting 4W t.7i 4 I Schedule. h... assui'uti'd' himself. withonic I '' Ruling l"r.ilaiy.

tallid:, I I to oiganize a North, \Vest and 5AY'' i-MHitli Florida Rcntlomcn in anpni'-I
I I'alm Roach Jan. 20. Bcliuvintr ill i and tlc I IM.uil t .Inn. :!,'I. -SI m'atvberma'sIt
( 'ut i.sI I'lutulu Aasjci.iticn. "r! $.' ing \ eloping the 1'iimoiis hurts' \ its ,
t.it i us, of, ilninibers of commerce' and iA'! jg tne. (loud old doctrine of the bettor tho. '[I property in Charlotte county. This t 'It'"I from 1'lunt I 'I I V b>. ftoiiihl;

c'tln ,r i vie, bodies! : wa held in Luke day the bettor the deed, Florida turned property; i is loss than three miles fir,n :.mil,,, i\pti'.
< u.. :\ILI"IIand, a very successful ': ,l out along 204 miles of railway j I'unttt lenin and near Aclinu stnlion, l.iK'd r'l'-r' to (lie million, quiuI murk

iiiul t I h.iiiiioiiiou.s I meeting it provod to t "a Sunday: to welcome tho opening j I "n the A. C. L. railway, and on tho, 14) nl I tin lose, ,.1' husinos" I'Imidayi ,

1 bv I of tin Seaboard Air Line new routointo Tajuiami road, from Tampa to :.Mi i i i I. hi I F,iidi.\'s\ market( opi'm'.1' with, *

An .iddioss of welcome was given 1. ,,, Palm Bench over its own rails. '''ami., (Col.! Knight hUb been! elected the i In, \uliimo, of fruit rill, II,,,,-: in lioin.ill ,'

by ( ,,11.) II. Hodges, of Lake City and I I'.M-IJ, where there was a public demo ,president of the "I'unta (1",rla I Ks.tatow" : ilniilions mill I pruiM'' mi, (ti" >, upi -

v.i- J 11-ponded, to by W. L. Algce, "''I n, t n.it" on which started all the Or- as the nssticiiitionill 1 i ."!L'', o" ing I In repott' lioni', sale-

,of, .llad-oll., ,in 1 ,. lllo.i-.oin{ Special, bringing Pretiiil. style! itself, and lion. H. O. Bmwi\ ., ii 'iU" i and I to llu constantly nupioviiu -

'iui ni>'.I\\" I towns wore ropiiseiil-1) I, ni S. Davm Wurfield and upward another well known Sturku man, is ,\' ipi.iht.\' ant I In- fruit .fried,'

cd .aid after tho objects of the meeting -, t' "II"> ,> vim, "ti Mf m the Kant; and Flor- the treasurer. Such moil for olllc.i's .s.ilcs; ,il lbs llrit end of (the week

weio stated by Secretary Bailey, .d'1 ,uuii' ; into the new system at insure fair dealing to buyers .in.I a,, .'i, lUrU up' somewhat. rr .11< II- t loi f

of Luke (. ity, a motion to perfect the i, I ll.tnipUiii I stability to the company. i,, i,I it e, uith hciivolume" fchipim'! nt' s ,I,

trifl. | '/.at ,itii,, was unanimously adopt- I It Inn,I not been intended to open The property is traversed by; tin-' Mi.nduj'shipments". us a 11'polled' hoicliil'inv ,
id.I I 'I"1' but washout I inuvki'il the "('/I""II'' "4 I peak"
\ ,' ( 1 \ I"" on Sunday, : Alluputchco river, a stream with I
for" tinily volume, with !)iII! :-0) iimrtsC."HIf ,
The following officer were elected: I in tieorciu had dulnjed; the train which no one can find any fault' e\ |
Prc'bidont Thomas 1-'. Turner, Tul- I Godfrey Cabot Pies. of The National m.my hours. As II result, a irreiiterj j' opt: peihaps, because it; can't iniiko, fol'WHld, lit 1 111!) fl'lltX. /I\"agl':! .
A's'n. tflN Con.
luha.ssoo first W. N.I I Aeronautic multitude I shouted its welcome. I rueiduy'M volunjo WHS. sonio I l.r.Hiii(
; vice-president, that airplanes should be developed II up its mind about which way to jJ0.I ; .. r,
I giess quarts under that of tho I ,cdi
Hopt, White Springs"" ; second vice- for agricultural uses, At Auburmlule, the first atop, I It hats innumerable bonds, ...to bi"iin' pre r
president, J. W. Ratekin, Monticello; I pointing to the recent spraying of bands and the entire population turned with, and then it is affected by the day, mid I IhlH. doeroiiso' has continued I

thirdicuprosident, C. A. Futch, 66 000 acres of cotton to kill .th.bpll out. The first formal ceremony I title in Charlotte Harbor. At low tint' day \by tiny for tho throe-day porio.l. ,

Sturke; fourth vice-president Shelton weevil, as to possibilities. wan at Winter Haven where the it is about kneo-deop, with crystal' i> /n1 .1 at titian ry' 2tt-2i) i inclusive.

Phillips Williston" ; secretary, '' specials arrived a short time before clear water and clean, sandy boitoi.i. I_ es.y> At noi'ii Friday tin grower weruuntying

Phil Bailey, Lake C'tyj; treasurer, i I the hour get for church services. Then the flood cqmus in, heralded by ;I t Hi a steady stream ut the

Chap Tedder, Live Oak. I HAMPTON STATE hANKMERIE1) : ]I There the Orange Blossom Special salt water fish, while the fresh!: wulor I Dorothy Kllmpson, 16, of San l.is, .,, 1".t 'I< platform" converging to that
The by-laws committee, appointedby i was christened: with much ado. MISH fish go up-stream. Then tho lulu receded I Francisco, who shot and killed her point' I'IOMI nil surrounding torfltory.

the president, consists of W. E. O U _N T Y lLtNh i Mary! Pearl !Moore, wearing orange followed by thu lish. Tho river I mother In a quarrel because of objections .\ "ullol at II'IIIgur t trucks, touring oar,

Algee, of Madison; J. W. Ratekin, of The officers and stockholders of the ta blossoms in her hair, cracked H pint is of even width, about 00 foot, and I to her niifht lif '. Dorothy wagons a mill "rigs"of a practically/ ev-

Wonticello; Chap Tedder, of Live bottle of orange blossom perfume on has high bunks, overgrown with I wlmits she l Ira M "Jnii Maniac" and erv do I .cnpiion, I i c/\tended, from thu unloading -
Hampton State Bank of Hampton, at her act. Than
Oak, and W. N. Uopt, of White palm of different I shows no ifmonn1 I I I I points fur several block
1 take this method of announcing its the front of the locomotive. kinds, tree, lianas I night she killed her mother the
Springs. I i and l other buck to Reynolds street and along
with the Bradford f tropical )plants went to a dance. Two days later
County '
After luncheon, by-laws were :merger I "Among Those I'rellellt" I IJ The she located in u cheap rooming ;that iiiiiin biwinosM, thoroughfare
I Bank, of Starke. This consolidation development of this property I was '
adopted and Marianna selected as the f banking interests is made solely J i Sebnnn, Jan. 28.-With 500 ImnT- is nut a "one-horse" proposition by house. Her father and brother Prices frailly opened, ubovu Thurs-
o :
place of next meeting to be held'' its with c-ntinl men from the North and East amy means, No place was advocate hinging or life ImprUon- day's '-':_' I I.-12:! ci'iil Irvol, tho range
t o provide patrons a strongerfinancial over more *
Monday, February IS, at 11 a. m., at institution and a resulting; as Ins guests, S. Davies Wnrtleld, tho pliant to the landscape architect than meaL for bar. playing' iitounil ;25 cents per quart up
which time it is expected to increase man who put the cross-stale railroad I to tin noun hour.
; over lie
taken udviinlago of nil enhanced
1 better banking service. We take this as .... .
the number of members to 35 or 40. | opportunity to thank our patrons for WJIH: the center of sustained in- ': this, and every' natural feature will -

Part of the program to be carried ; lurcst yesterday as his President's in CO\'lmNOU; M All tIN I ASKS!I loll RAKE LEAVES ON FRIDAYThu
1 heir loyalty to this bank, as it wasthrough beauty. Already about $IUOIIOO]
out in Marianna will be a talk by, .Special pushed its way across new 'I I'lM.HON! I>KI'\IUMK.N' '
,; their patronage/ the Hnmp- has been pent in improvements' sinaI I : : I DATA micet commitluo asks that
Shelton Phillips of Williston on1
rails and through virgin territory toward us much more, nt least will bo
ton State Bank ,
: enjoyed its steady I ux- (leaves from yards, on paved streets
1 1I' I
"Sum"thingaccomplished worth whilein growth, and to solicit a continuanceof the East Const. At every stopj I 1 ondvd in making this the show pla..elor 'I Kepiirted Strike In ShimS Itoiid Camp I ho inked to tho curbing' only oil Fridays -

my community" and how it wns ac-j, their bunking business: with th j ping place, uroat; crowds grectud the i Florida. Among/ I improvement already I ('/111"" of Call fur Complete in ", -,I"r that/ they may bo taken

complished.: ]Bradford County Bank. Any incomplete lirst section of the lug; train, and oil"II'h niiide is u stylish country' club r I' Ui-coriN. up by the street cleaning department
W. E. Algeo Madison: will .
occasion thorp lowers
transaction were ver-1| house, two spouting artesian wells
I pending with the while nt \\ ul'k Fridays and Saturdms.:
on "Our Outstanding Teature. 1 Hampton[ ) State Bank can bn: taken upwith hal and real, for the President of the affording( abundant water supply for j|i TnllahiiH-, Jan. 2'J! A 1"1Ul"I!, This will prevent the leave/ In'
Thos. P. Tumor of Tallahassee will ing
:; I II
Seaboard and for
thu occasion which
"speak' "We Will I and earned thre/u'rh at the j, nil purposes, irrigation pipes. over wns iiindc, today by Governor Martin scattered before they are taken up/
on Co-operate. his visit
I ]Bradford County Bank.HAMPTON signalized. the cultivated portion of the A on I he iinle pricitta dopartoionl fOI'
Guests of honor at the plape. | II and\ will I I I ,rusult in n much neater I a i'-
meeting STATE BANK.As I Sosroml only to the oitnoard Pres- largo part of the! land I iH a grove* of r : ohnipli\ )" > "'-..','u'd of nil uncnpeH and! rocnptiucH pcaraucc/ of our 'm uttipal .stroel. I r.
were T. C. Fletcher and C. E. Irving ''ident in the acclaim the, 'rowdfl I tree ( .. _. ._ __
of ( was .bearing the moot' delicIous I : of c'iinviL't.4 ,rum ri n g: the In.it I,
of Williston, Mrs. H. M. Strickland, ,stated above, we have takenover .the of Florida who I A NIIRKWH-STOHK YI
governor had left oranges and grapefruit; I Imaginable, four yinrM, non for, other" data s'amateriaitg -
the lady mayor of Live Oak, Mr. and < the banking business of th J.the cures of state to take personal'part and there brtnanu ,
t a are rust' and pine j I the luuulli'i,1: of ronviutH\ Itvais
Mrs. Radford and F. D. Helvunston, I Hampton State Bank, of Hampton, 'I' in this I \l t'r. 1'li: I/lIl"th Storey, hit l ."''LI III'S.
epochal) pilgrimage. At apple plantings. A largo force m at I I Htutt'd tonight.
of Live Oak and Mrs. C. A. Futch of '' I | 1 the. ; of ,' I ,,
: and in connection therewith wo tllkeI"sur Park there I tatatrriaigo! hoidaughter FHIIKO-I
[Avon wore loud calls for work on new improvement I I Thu. i't'ti iaest' followed, receipt t of II
Starke. I p ,' in extending our bunking rtheiovernor'[ when Mr. Wnrfleld had I i I Kh/.abi'tli; to MI i irl Andii'u on
I The I unta I Gordu, ICntiiles; I t111&1'H1II ut thu! c.ipiiiil "ieioiiui| I thai
--- ---- facilities to ',hl! new customers gained 1 :Sunday; .J.a) .iiiunl'j'2'i' ; I : :!: Luko, I Duller : -
BULB CROWING; MEETING speaking, and these calls l'X1pnI..d nuns i I to nap rich profits< from, its on. j the convietM tonlli.ed" 'in\ -tile m ro.iil h -
1 1'lu"IIIII'I'h"
WITH SUCCESS I hrough this consolidation. We stand I to the other executive of tho ': tcrpri"o. I'untn Cirrus is: Iho Mecca a 'icunip No. :92!:!, located, tea 11", ;Mnriannu" ,
ready at nil times to serve in at 1 lulu i H an'.i'h.t 11"s Stoiev and,,
; you anyway Cnpps, Mr. Bonsai, Mr. of the Noithern millionaire They t hlld.I'lln./ on utrike. In the in.vuv
A. P. ''khnelt&Sons, who moved to'' consistent: with sound bankingprinciples. Stanley, and the others. I II I'I go therein the winter, to enjoy Iho, '| reporting the troublu limpci-lur Ii. II. M lt', Andrews, oiiiund' at Hie lioim;',," 'of
I Al a'. AndreWH1,, plMlur' Mrs. ..lohnI
Our interests imital '
,' j, this section a year ago and purchased! are :; I j jwu Uu'CrnorInrtln! made a happy !fine climiito, to sail, bailie, play golf 'Difkiion, of the North Florida dl I)
the Thedo place a short distance from work at all\ times for the bust interests npceih uf tribute to Mr. Warfield and am) fmh for tarpon. They will bo I! tl'i..t, stated this he luid nine I i of the it Mi' in I l./tku Duller.
( of Bradford and capI Mr. i's asti"tows who has .losiduil I 'inGainusvfllc
'i1Lttwtey[ are meeting with great sues ;, county the Seaboard, and the cheers continnI'd tiviilcd (b;y thu beautiful homo sited men in military confinement, but that
'.f: s, cess in the growing of bulb Mr. I puoplc' as a whole, and, wo are )prepared |1' as: the train pulled! out of Sebrinit.' (CoJ.) Knight and hiM associates liref'rovdlllJC I the rest of them hud relumed to for n number, ..r jems ,MI
I | to handle the accounts of oot-of- coriiioelod, with a local business ioncorn. ,- i
| .Schnull! was in Starke Wednesday was an unusual ntllnlfl'statlonhObfJitlllity for them" and eugorly/ buy i work. I II .
and in discussing the matter said he town customers with n minimum ol f.of In tho entire citizen. and build.I But t ivt.n those who are not I The "governor, aluu nvitieHled" data

: (had contracts for all the bulbs he delay. ,.I hip turning out to' greet the several millionaire's may profit by thla enter. on the! total nuinbur' .if iiourii lost' by I !Mr. and Mrs. Andrews, huvt many,

I' f could grow during the next three I' BRADFORD COUNTY BANK "el't inns, a* they came In. The entire pr,..(', for< it will pay well\ to buy lot. ,''convicts in solitary conlinoiiKMit since with friends interest In thu city who will l J. n rut"

(years. lie stated he planted '10,000,1:, ,. : party was transported to the Kenil1 for spe('illative purposes.: | aboi| . OYSTER
HOISES( 1 at homo their
to frIends I II2!
i Narcissus and Gladiola bulbs five IN OOD SHAPE > worth Inn, (lie clebration program The ,-ulo of lots", will'begin, the lstinstant. ; '''piirnixlimunt, at ; I f
ItEI N. Ploiisiint
street JaincHvlllo
r'r weeks ago and that they wore making j I"going olt'III scheduled) save for the j I In referring to the inuttei, tonight ,

.', :'f a splendid growth. A Jacksonville Tallahassee.-State Shell-fish: Com- delay in starting.- __ -- I I, the ,ifovernor nuid ho \duHlred) the! Information !!! MAKE] IHSTURNiTTo'HKCVKB ( /

f,:. firm will take the entire output of misslonor: T. R. Hodges, accompanied I CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: : |i I to 'teiju t whnt effcft the TAX EXEMPTION:

'f Owing to the embargo placed on I station', U. S. bureau of chemistry,, I on this train by Messrs. C. L. Peek, MEETING AT HAMPTON1! ,'I jag on the state priswnurK. He. let it AK"ORIIQI' WiilnwriKht Stresses Jm

.c',''. bulbs being shipped to this country, '' and B. J. Owen, food and drug chomist I I'lof Stnrke; R. R. Thede, of !Lawtey, ----- I I.be known that hi is not favorably parlance of ;Making Returns

"' Mr. Schnell states that Florida will'' i ii department of agriculture, state and .1. F. Ilouier! of hampton Mayor 'rh(' Bradford, county chamber of ImpreHKed, by condition that permit

;ibe called on to supply the markets of I of Florida, returned to Tallahassee' I Peek stated that it was a wonderful commerce mot ut the city hall In I'of,I strikes amoriK the convicts, and III I'omuii.

r the country. The soil of this section is from' a trip of inspection of the oyster {, trip, and that the Seaboard was openIng Hampton at 8:00: o'clock, President I 1'|''one purpose! behind hill reijuoKt for

perfectly adapted, he said to the sue-I packing, plants of the state. On the[ |' up a section of the state that admitted D. E. Knight presiding. In the I data wax to see whether or not they Huruby I Kiv notice to all property

,' ceasful growing! of bulbs and his i I hey put into effect the stringent; ; of great possibilities. senco nf I Secretary! Futch, Mr. F. ab-I. I treat xcriouxly the present! diHcipiin-, l owners of Uriidford County that I

I plans are to increase his acreage' and regulations recently adopted [ Stump acted! a,*, secretary. | cry regulations. .1111 now rtmdy to taku tax returns
,.; I for the l W2!> mid' will be at
yearly. by the department of agriculture HARD) SfRFACING COM- Minutes of the last mooting wore --- ----- ---- -- year my
\ TIIANKH!!! I'UBI.IC illlco/ in the Court Itouno in said Coun.
in order to read
more effectively safeguard PLKTEO TO MAXVILLE and approved.
'\. AVOID"RAW OYSTERS IS VARNt I t.y on Monday and Saturday of each
J .; INO GIVEN BY HEALTH OFFICER public health in preventing any i The canning factory proposition Tho attractive play, "Thu Hoodoo," Nook until April lit.
possible chance of contamination or Road Will Be Opt'nvd to Traffic Fell. !9 ,
) di-cun.sc'd
was at length and which .
j' every I wall intcrepitinidy pruHented at Thu law requires /nil lax return to
, Oyster lovers were advisedyenterchsy ollution of the shell t sh industry.. taken !I I"Every Hard surfacing of the state highway ono is very enthusiastic: about tho the club house Friday night, January i lie iniiilc' from January I lit 'to April
I to take the bivalvo in stews, precaution is being '' mutter. If the canning factory issturttd 16th loral talent
b, J between Baldwin and Mnxville ,, by wan qulti a suc1 1 Ut of euch )'ellr. Undur the now laws
, or to eat them fried, and,! not to ion- y those! engaged in packing and I was completed last week, and crews! : it will give ready market for | cejiii for the Woman'u/ ( 'Iul,. This play) mid I condition ilK they now exist It N

sume them raw, by Dr. A. C. Ilamb- nation.shipping" oysters to prevent contami. I' arc now onguged in building up the nil kinds/ of produ raised In this WIIH given und'r, the ,auiiucs| of the 1\IJ'hly Important thnt every properly -

lin, cIty health oHioer! who was discussing CommitMonor ,houldcrs (of the road. In Clay county nnd adjoining' counties i Till! > baa oilier program coniniittee, with' Mrs J. :M.Mitchell uwnor make his or her retuin" i to

the oyster scare' over the fare Hodge stated "theoyster |a the convict force has completed tho of 'Ol1lll1er'o will do everything! IIOMsible ] chairman,.'our Moreneii\ tho uxHOHHor, in person" in oidii a ,r to
located several
re' miloifrom
country flow' grading and temporary bridges ha vebf'.n to get tho factory in operation I Matthew and Allven\ Alvarez Tins liroperly: udju the $00.00 cxcmptionallowed ,
There I is no danger h"iu, Dr. Itanib- < f raw sewage and thereis at dale. ,
un early
committee it: alile to report prm.-eiid.s
ti hoiiMuholilur'
,. 'r; constructed. > n or In ml "of
lin said, hip thi re i. the poti'nd.il, I no po-s'e| nance of pollution, by At the meeting/ "Friday, evening the ICllin<'II from, the, play amounting to 11 fll III ily. Alm to properly iidjmtyour "
possibility, ; that is ulwuya; exiatunt deletori'udtancus, in. the water,. Work is now being rushed on thestretch membi' rsjilp committees reported ov- 17-I.HB.
iiMHOHHini'iit (on intuntriblo
thnt -phoid fiver may ho contracted 'I. i II. ;NEWMANS'--- j i i i Clay county between line, Maxville distance and of the anal now members( rind interest! in the I Tho committee in behalf of all club ,, Huc'h ilK homlH, tiot H, acmiinti pi' opcity ,

from raw oysters. 1 I I and half miles. The a entire one orgum/.ttinn growing all\ thu time.. II mcmberH wishes to thank\ nil the people I earth on hand or in banks, at"< ha,
Dr. Hunifclm stated that in all probability M. D. :New man",, for years a ro"l- | a convict There was u good attendance at of Sturku who participated in the (except State and National banks)
u ban on the sale of bay oysters dent of Sciike; died at his. home here't: {. with the in employed on thin work and the meeting in Hampton which prove i play, or who helped In any way to I mortgage, franchise, credits etc.,
building of detour from
will be established! about Fobrul l last Frulaj Mr. Newmans had been i I the line to Maxville. a that a county organization is the |I make it a .xucce. Especially do the'which class of property) under the

ary 15.: That is not to taken us a M'-n a I suffer' for: years from cancer, and| I i ihis proper way to get every one interest-I member wish to express their appreciation I law must bo assessed, and your fail

of danger, but merely as a precautionhe death came suddenly early Friday I| The concrete road will be opened ed and working for the developmentof to Miss Alice Tharln for her ure to make returns: leaven, it up to

pointed out. morning. Interment was made at''i iPrcvatt I to traffic February 9th, and by this the county at large. I great assIstance in so ably directing the assessor to assess from thu best

The typhoid germs that are so : cemetery by tho side of his I i, time the detour will be completed There are several matters of importance the play. i information ho can get, and might

easily carried by oysters are destroyed wife, Dr. J. J. Bullen, of the Baptistchurch : through to Maxville. Of the entire coming before tho chamberof COMMITTEE cost the tax payer more taxeH. How

in cooking or frying, Dr. Ilamblin ondueting the funeral serv1ice. : distance to Jacksonville there will commerce and it will be well for ever, the maximum levy this J
only be five mile of graded road anda all to take IN COUNTY jumTiirs COURT on ,
said Of near relatives he leaves twojsons interest all this organization clans of property Is only lIve mill
; to mourn his death. I a detour of one and a half miles, the i.i < for the. benefit/ of the entire I o* :
half of
'I Trial of Sam | 'one one cent the dollar
SCIENTISTS TO RESUMEMELBOURNE: I balance being over a hard surfaced county. charged: \I' por on

: EXCAVATION F mST CARLOAD OF PEPPERS l road. No trouble will be experienced The regular meeting to b>. held on I with *ellin# Intoxicatinif liquors wa Tho law says: "Where no returns
are made to the
Monday. Jury found verdict of assessor before April
BRINGS; A SATISFYING; PRICE over this route, a* instructions have the :)0th of the month will be In a
Melbourne-As the result of finds not guilty and defendant wan discharged 1st the land mural be assessed "Un-
J been f surd for the detour to he
Starke at the ,
put house
made in excavations here, researchby Arcadia-The first carload of pepper court and every from custody. known," and an tax: assessor I mutt
i in'oUlI/ condition and the graded road member i in
anthropologists ia expected to begin shipped! this. season by the DcSo- I through Clay county will be The relu"nt.'rI| I to bn present.! State of Florida VH Joe! Hodxe comply with the law I earnestly .o-
kept moc'tnuf adjourned.F. I
next summer. In the excavations, Vegetable Growers Association. I dragged. white chartted with having a still licit your assistance and cooperationin

which were made to the west of Melbourne rought, $1,170.00 f. o. b., which was F. Stump, meting Secretary. I and liquor In his poxxpxHion. Trial the end that justice may be done to
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were found the bones of c consider quite satisfactory. The I set for Jan. 31st. every tax payer In Bradford count7.Respectfully ,

giant animals believed to have roam- peppers were shipped last week and i ,

ed over the peninsula territory 50,000 were grown by several local truckers ; Chamber Commerce -nlLU-JC.SeI: FEll N. D. WAINWRIGIIT,
years ago. moat of them from the farms of Meeting I Harry V. Fuller and MU Alice Tax A ossol'. I
The teeth and the head and I: Watson and Walter Carlton -
upper t l Schafer, both of Gainesville !
were united Rev. and AI,.. W. E. Daugrhcrty
other bones of a giant mastadon maller; shipments of peppers by independent
marriage Wednesday at tho 1 have
returned to their homo Cherry
Stark Tonight Friday 8:00 on -
the bone of roaatadon farmers made
that were were among unearthed. I ften., are being ; Gardiner county judge's officiating.office Judge Geo.. A, month street In, Ttmnossee.i'tW1' after upending. several

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\ VITAMINSIt the early stages of the undertaking I Capitalize the experiences I
: when\ this, part of the country was e ; study the winning and losing Them Is only ODD "Brotnuiiu.(
lNl'0 with the cauHO.
..... a1lie'ca \ was while experimenting new und without railroad accommo- other farmers.Cy .
1LL : methods of E. W CKOVE'S iliUlutureuu box. Ilk
42 .H cod-liver oil to unlock the secret dutinns.Mrs.. --
,' of its wonderful health-building : Furd united with the M. E. -

I'' TKZ' 1.vtaiic is'THE 1 virtues, that the basis of its great church in early girlhood and always Thorn for the railroads says s"
helpfulness to mankind, the took 11 deep Interest' in the welfare of Do ru;roo'':< intend! to meet :.
vitamins, was discovered.Scott's the church of her adoption. She was conditions or ,just die out, like .
'. _----,-_-_-- _-_--_ -.-__-_- _n..___ --- -.-.---- --.-----,--, .-. -- -' --' !liberal in support of worthy charities This Week dinosaur, when hit time came
= I the rats gnawed hs? big feel- ? -
of the needy.
him from and friend i
a generous
about his ankles prevented I
NEW SALLIE Emulsion death of her husband 11. The motor truck and flying
At the
PUZZLES CUKTISS hearing my footsteps. chine will be the rats of Uu i
I saw him stop at a giant oak and yours ago, Mrs. Ford retired from road dinosaur.All .
Coming back from St. AuCustineCurtl811 I saw hi'i gaze fix itself on some needs no introduction to the active connection with the business, ,
Wright 'Wall strangely quiet., feathers across the tiny stream. Pity millions who during fifty years : turning(' it over to tho management of | the world reads about
I tried to break In her son, its present owner. marvelous racing Finn, Nurmi
I Several times upon claimed him. lie was seeing again past have been helped strength j world's indoor ,
j his meditation, but he answered me the sylvan tragedy of the day before. and better health. The comforts that Mrs. Ford en broke Hi.'.. an two iron man. lIe ran tlu n
i in monosyllables and I knew his The hawk's swoop, the struggle of Scott's Emulsion, the great: toyed' ,I during the last years of her I in 4 minutes 13 S-S seconds, ui
I thoughts were distant. the wood-thrush its son strangled strength-maker, serves I life were in the main the reward of.. =. a second olT the world's recur, ,
Before alighting from the car he by the clawing taloons, the maJestic millions of children end. 1 her! personal achievements, and in her Arthur Brisba.no
turned to me and Maid slowly: "I've sweep of the bird of prey aft he posting the village and community -- Honor him, his legs, heart I
.l been thinking, Sallle that It would lifted his inert victim to the high adults regularly. Why loses und sorrows over the loss of a and courage, but honor still .
be better for me to clear out until branches He saw more. lie had turned not you ? I highly esteemed. pioneer resident WHAT WOMEN TEACH. highly such men as tbe late !"
(1 your father has. completely recovered nwav from thl, rest. Scott& Bo"o., Dloomfitld N.J. 343 whose activities in their midst were metz. A crippled hunchback,
y f I MR. STONE'S ENEMIES. could not have run five thou
..e. and work on the settlement can be Yes. There were the feathers: the conspicuously conducive to their ma- I metres in two hours. But his" bran
MRS. ELIZABETH: GRACE tcrinl and social welfare TWO WONDERFUL LEGS.
> finished. hawk might come again today. lie I as well as Nurmi's legs! <
.' 1"OIW DIES: IN:. FLORIDA She is survived by her son, Harry I Steinmetz
i I said nothing, had an unobstructed view of the high ABOUT CLOCK WATCHING. If by the way, cani<
"' "Walter Hull and his wife havo I II. Ford of North Branch, and a the United States to-day, u n
invited mo on a hunt at their lodge perch His, unoccupied.were trained upon that Son on Way to Her l Bedside Loses in brother John Uglow of Starke, Fla., ; ---'- --- -- Sled Jewish boy as he did forty

t' near Orlando," he continued. "I had dead, bare eyes limb where he expectedthe Race Against Death. I and also three grandchildren and | U. G. Wells worries about the home,years ago, he would be si

not thought of accepting, but;.--" feathered marauder. His vision In response to u tllelCranreceived eight nephews and nieces. I I American system of public school

f. "Anything now Is. better than beIng was one of sun-flecked leaves and on Wednesday afternoon of last week I The obsequies were attended by a. education. Ho is much afraid that Why does the crowd pay to .
t my guest, is that the idea?" I In- flashing rays of brilliance smote his stating that bin mother, :Mrs.' Eliza: number of relatives and intimate' our manhood will be damaged because fast legs and care less for a tint.

i terruptod. eyes obliquely. Some minnows disported ;, both Grace Ford was seriously ill at I friends from distant places-North j' our school boys are educated lag. brain? Because the cru .
?.. .' "It isn't quite fair of you tolay in the stream, and their bright '!the home of her brother, John Uglow, Branch (Mich.) Gazette largely by women. can all run. Not all can think.
that and under the circumstances I sides glistened. | in Starke, Florida! II. H. Ford left '
Further information would
I believe "you understand why I am His rifle lay by his side his hands immediately to visit her, but in spite HIGHLAND I it is kind of Mr. Wells to worry, welcome concerning the motive '

{; v leaving having slid from it. Ho did not start i:| of the greatest possible haste over Highland Jan! 30-Dr. Coo T. but ho is wasting time and energyin individuals that oppose the Pi,
f "1 don't un"erstan,1nythlng," I when I sat beside him, but acted as the most expeditious railroad routes, Cal. dent'! appointment of Attar!
I of Los was a
I pouted. "I suppose Anne Coddington if he had rather expected me to follow he suffered defeat In his race against Maxwell, Angtdps Friday. this case. book General Stone to the Sui rBenin. ,
business visitor here If he will look into his own .
will be on this death the having ut 7:20
accompanying "passed
you away
I I Mr. and! :Mrs. O. W. Marr and of his ancestors those that
of history at one What disturbs opj
sort of 'house party in the woods' ar- "I'm ," I said softly."I o'clock on New Year's. night, n few ,
sorry of Mims several days ?
I baby, spent with the big teeth, low forehead the nomination
rangement. don't know what mean," he hours before his arrival ut her! bed .
you here ]lust week the guests of nU parents find that How much of tho oppositii
"I haven't asked her, but they told replied, looking at me intently "but side. !Mr. nnd Mrs. J. '1'. !Marr. and heavy jaw, he due to the fact that us SOD a
me to bring name girl along with me, then I haven't been able to figure you< I For several years past, Mra. Ford I :Mrs. S. A. Gryan, of Baldwin, spent human beings have changed. And was appointed Mr. Stono procculr' .i
nnd if you rosily think that she'd enJoy { out since the hunt started. I think I has spent the winters in Florida, and Sunday here with relatives. ho ought to know that they have to select! competent lawyers, to ii I ..{
it, perhaps I shall puss on to her i i you are teasing, and yet you seem on the 5th day of November last, she, Mrs W. M. Wimberly, of Waldo! ?': changed, thanks to the fact that Into the war frauds, Instead of J 1..
the Invitation." more demure, more honest, somehow; in company with her niece Miss Carrie visited Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wimberly men have been educated by their ting the grafters rest in peace'And ?

I was furious and a rising sense of I even your eyes are larger and more Uglow, and her close neighbor, Sunday. VOTIIERS. bow much t Ute
loneliness crept over my whole being. I Right at this moment there is :| Mrs. William Butler, left on her annual opposition
open. Harry Ewing and Ben vVillinni' of Women have educated not only la due to Attorney I Stone j
He must have, felt my unhappiness, no twinkle, only the wavering depthsof trip south to escape the rigors Jacksonville, spent the weekend the boys but also the men, gradually attitude toward the combine iOq ',>1r}
for he reached over und took both my I sincerity. A new Sullic. of the cold months of this climate. with Mrs. Ida B. Williams. taking the brutality out of harvester manufacturers and other
t > hands in his gently During the summer she had quite an that do not like be disturbed
saying very : "And you don't think I'm a fraud I A. J. Swartz made a !business tripto them. And that's what they need. concerns to
a i i "I 1 know you don't want to go, Sal- I'coming here under false pretenses" unite attack of bronchitis, a long Jacksonville Friday. ': On the lap of his mother and at
f I It's be rough the 'standipir' direction which in late her knoe, man his been changed
\t" lie going to yearshad '
"Oh that ho reminisced, smiling Mr. and :Mrs\ Harvey Snyder, Mrs.
!f'I I. worse kind. There'll be no hot water given her more or less distress from the troglodyte, that used to Almerindo Portfolio, once a $:$,1-
slightly, "I knew you couldn't shoot, A. H. Green, Misses. Lois Riteh Fen- a-week
nor sort of fluffy-ruffles. Just i{ but ut the time of her departure she crack his neighbor's thigh bone to errand boy, gives a business !
I any and that's why you've been even more had nela Snyder and Louise Snyder visited get at the marrow, into our pres- for 17,000,000 to his employees -
simple and wholesome; not even n with all\ the rough greatly improved and apparentlywas : civilization. them "not be
\ of a brick to put up I friends here Sunday ent Imitation of charging. to
1\.' I; 1 drop of liquor." and tumble and not kick about it." in more than ordinary good A. C. Wimberly Jr., of Maxille, clock w tchers.
"Oh but I'd love and adore it. I'm I spirits. She stood the long journey i Mr.
: i I "I told the others we wouldn't !go ) spent Sunday here with relatives.] i Women can teach the schoolboy Portfolio need not worry
. l so-o-o-o tired and sick of everything along with them today. I felt like I remarkably well, but some time after C. IJ. Dennard, of Jacksonville, I" justice kindness courage, patience The workers will stop dock 'waUfU
| and everybody. Please please take her arrival at her destination, she and concentration. Ing, now that they own the business.
me with you." The words came in had to be alone with you Curtiss. j suffered l quite a severe recurrence of Saturday.i I What other manly characteristics To the owner, boon raeaj}
I' pleading cadence, swiftly tumbling (To be continued) her chronic malady. This, however, does the man teach? profits; to the salaried man, hoars
Misses Beth and Winifred Wimberly !
mean a nearer approach to -
one after the other. PING: HIM I wall yielding to treatment and the Ethel Ricks and Albert LnMons: I Somebody representing the railroads dom."
1\\ "What!" he exclaimed, "the most I more congenial climatic conditions, motored to Maxville Sunday. will have to do some thinking -
sought-after belle in tho South begging Pine 11 ill, Jan. 80-Geo. Younst-: 'land she was taking daily automobile Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jennings, of' and plan something or our To make clock: watch-
: to go on a camping party? A blood, of Graham was a business visitor outings:, when the alarming complication I visitors here Monday I'j Tory respectable United States railroads Ing Interest them the biuineiit
:1 girl with more scalps at her slender at the home of A. C- Hall Tues set in and which proved so suddenly Lawtey were '', are going to suffer no matt don't imagine yoq can change ntt-
it I I waist-line than a Princess, wanting day. I fatal. The immediate cause. of Thomas Morscrcuu: was a business'j how much the Government man nature with a moral platitude,
: .
visitor to Lllwt..yIonday.
) ''i I to go and leave all the suitors and | Little Miss Idell Wilson spent death was pneumonia. i for them. for you cannot.

I t gay times for a whole week where !Monday with little Geraldine Hall, of.Hampton. I| !Monday evening the remains of !Spray' Irish potatoes with 5-.50!; roads Motor of tracks short haul are freight robbing and the you Make solve Industry Industrial attractive problems. and

f you'll have to live the sweet and I j Mrs. Ford l, accompanied by her son hordeaux mixture to control late the long ha' 15goes more and more Big. baaiaass wUl_ nollia that
' simple?" j The many friends of Mr. and !\IrR.E. and !Miss Carrie Uglow, who had been blight I -- -w wherever it can. lit. eventually]; .

"But I'm wild about shooting! I J. Dowling will learn with interest .{ her companion during recent years .
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lied glibly, not during to tell him that that their little daughter Helen[ who arrived here and. were taken to the
my only experience hail been withy has been very ill with diphtheria is I home from which she took her departure / I. ___ ..1
clay pigeons at a State Pair shootIng improving fast. '' just two months previously to
gallery. But right then and thereI !Mr. and !Mrs. A. C. Hall had as''a day. *
determined that I'd show Curtiss their guests Sunday his brother W. I I The funeral was held from the
Wright I was us good n sportsman II. Hall and! son, Lynn, Mr. and' !Mrs. Methodist Episcopal church at 2.00: 1
as Anne (Coddington, it killed me. I A. O. Hall and Luciel] McRae, of Wal- 'o'clock Tuesday afternoon, iiiul fnnn I FOR SALE
All was idleness within the camp do. |I the home a half hour earlier. North I:
that morning. !Men and women sat in I Mrs. (I. F. Johns and daughter Branch Chapter, O. E. !S.'! of whit I
., little groups together, chatting und, Doris and Misses dominie and Lucile the deceased was a member, attended i- I
smoking. There wan a spirit of satisfaction Hall wore attending to business and the last sad rites as a body, aid a''I
in the air that was contagi shopping in Stnrke HamptonVal- large congregation of neighbors and ': ____ .-
ous. The' morning needed no set plans I do and, Gainesville :Monday friends was assembled to pay it last I
..1' to mar its perfection of freedom. In I Mr. A. C. Hall and daughters token of respect for the well beloved
J the open spaces the sunlight was a Clemmie and Lucilc and Mrs. G. F'I, woman. An eloquent and impressive( ,
t glistening veil that caressed l the groan I Johns ivere in Graham and Hampton sermon was preached by the Rev.

;. grassws and semi-tropical foliage, Saturday afternoon. i George Hill, pastor, in which he paid
i and!, not satisfied with the caress, I I !Misses Lucile and Clemmie Hall a fine tribute to the ...>xemplur life
r hovered la VVHVOS that( were poised ;: spent Sunday evening with their and character of the departed. Interment I
yi,; and restless. sister Mm! E, L. Youngblood, of was made in Maple Grove ceme Shafting

i Tho shaded I places were moss-draped |I,I Graham. i iMr. I tery. ,
t 1 vistas, bowers with dapples of gold : :\ and Mrs J. J. Brannan, of,, Business places] were closed during
: dancing on the carpet of shadows, OH I Hampton, were the /guests of Mr. the hour of the funeral. I
the leaves above were lifted! and buoy- I and Mrs. E. J. Dowling Sunday afternoon Elizabeth Grace Uglow was bornin Hangers
Cornwall, England January 20,
ad by a breeze that was ,, .
A'' its languor/ yet zestful in its Mr.! Sheffield l and :Mr. Green, of ,I 181'\ where she continued) to reside. ''
\'a ion exhila-I I Dade City were the guests of Mr. until 20 years of age, when she came '

,$fjlv) Curtlss sat alone, brooding.. and Mrs. G. F. Johns Sunday. | to Canada with her parents, two I
ho l left his place I'eturnlnquil'kly/ j I Ir :Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hall\ and son brothers and one sister, the late :Mrs. Pulleys

r f ".* with n rifle. He ('nterl'the! slightly j! Wilbert and, Mrs G. F. Johns were | Thomas! Stacey, of this village
discernible path and, I knew he was m Sturke one day last week on bust- i tling at Fullerton, Ontario s"t-I
his the little I I Three years following her arrival
on way to stream \\horc ness.
'j he had, gone every morning while the I :Messrs E. L. and Collis Young-: at her now home, she became the I ENGINEHaving
others waited for the clolt arrival. I blood of Graham were! in our section bride of Henry Ford also formerly I
I followed. The grasses swishing !Inst week \ of Cornwall England l, to whom she-
: \}. I was bethrothed before leaving her I I
native land. I
I Soon after their marriage Mr. and !,
!Mrs Ford came to North Branch to j,
Ii reside, and here two children were I j installed electric motors for have
i i Cushman Offset MotorsFor horn to them, the Hon, Harry, and a :, power,
daughter' whose death occurred' many '
the above
for sale.
i years ago. During the first few! years equipment
of their tesidence h'rl'11'. Ford fol- .
luut'il. Ins trade as miller. As the result -
of a serious incident which

ure.itlv impaired }his health, he wasf'liod Engine-I. H. C., horizontal type 6-horsepower, in
In. give up that occupation.Iltivinir .
little t1..allllll. mentis, anilfi good running condition. Burns kerosene equippedwith
,,1 i) IntertypesLinotypcs : in'11 .ituntion whkh d.-.imndcil. ;
IIl1} I0'ne' and run rmleus advent lire, coil
t magneto extra igniter. Shafting 1 9-16
the then invalided.. husband and his ,

and cipit.il I loyal ,ompumoM. hunt with n their very m sntnllav.tilnhle 'i-'io diameter, with connections; all size pulley, wood and

I -mnus.tailed' a little store in ilin .,-
T. LinographsThe ',nuitiM Ira quartrrsonhurnnSt steel. Hangers and boxes. All material offered as

a'! h grouch the nucleus of the
> pn <-
+ r out i pr.tent.'us, II. & G. department good as new, and will be sold at a sacrifice.
stLe'u one < f the most. prosperous and
last word] in Compact unit. Quickly ''
power. sub>t:inli.il concerns of its kind in'
installed. Simple of operation. 1.11'\| county. The success of their ..
mercintilo venture from ib'v'r houinnm' -
;; was due in a large measure

One ef those meter has just been added to the Bradford! l 1 I i t t.? .:MrF"...d'a.. farsighted and I rarebn.
,n n'" :(n union coupler! with hert.'n
$ County Telegraph equipment. .. 'l''': fit.tiistetuv' nml' uHtinti: I Ii
.k 14'" .r. 1'.t i ,' '"n t1',t 'I'1'I, i .i-.v
i Writ. for Detail. -I t.,_, ',, s 'it fr ,t. I I. 1'.1 -i !.,; !, n- BRADFORD COUNTY
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I News of Florida in Short Paragraph Christ is its grand Subject, our. liod; I '<

i .aaasa..nsaaapsnp.ns..g.a.snn.n..anI.u.lay 'Many Stnrke People 1. ".e Found its tlt'slgl1, and, the filmy' of Ciod, I i- it* I 3'- erLuLftt4JI

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5 z wearing you out? Do you fid older

!..........-.............'LIMtlI.YYY.An+Ye1F.W M/i1.YlnY1gYYYY,W PI! ',I and slower than you shon'ifArt' No doubt the coming: ,es van' of / .J,
you tired weak and nervous find it "
the legislature will luur nunnv,, .1 )
Told by Our Exchanges. impossible to be happy ('r enjoy the
pares relating to the npei.itmn. i"I't ---.
good times around ? T'-e there'
you i
automobiles before it. There! ,tic "'111.'
soml.thinjCHon. and Ilk
., ly it's you
--. -- kidnej's. Why not !get nt t'e causel' udvoLiites' of nil persons brine in'i in
;.Milton! i Use Donn'n Pills-a stimulant diuretK ed to undergo an examination 1 bitou.
Fixe ,
f thousand satsumn ships ut the municipal docks $400- I
to the
I I kidneys. Your neighbor being allowed to drive an l\utOI1I..l
t Uert1) ,' to be sot out thii month at |' 000) ( for acquisition of lund for public recommend n 'an's. R'nrl" hat thll upon our highways. This rciimivmontis i

P.m. H.I.. near here according! to nn 1'iirkfi and developniciit of the bay- ,I Stnrke resident says: already the law in some stnlfbut

...miounci.r.icnt.rensiicola front park and $250,000; for buildIng i I Mrs. ,I. 1) Stnnsoll, Walnut St, it is
I questionable whether it is of ualj '
"I suffered
: with I
of a softening and Alteration says kidney trouble '
j benefit. Most accidents conn1 not
An investigation : ana my back hurt constant'I had
conducted ;
,, plant at the municipal water station.
into the douth of two men and 03lveral other smaller projects are I j I dizzy nervous headnrhes"" ton. My kidneys I from inefficient! drivers, but from "BAYtR: ASPIRIN"and INSIST!

injury of two others when the sea I j named. didn't art rlJlht. either I>oan', { careless 111'1 vel's. l

piano in wHch\ they were riding I I I I IMlla April relieved 27. 1018.me.) (Statement giver One menace highway safety that Lilllc'ss(111: '-vV :'I'1 I 'Mi\i.'r\ \ v rll:>i." on tablets vim( are .

plunged into Fscnmhiu hay about Tallahassee The 1 On Marrii, :L'l I 1922 can be raid should be removed 1 is the
Everglades dnun- / Mrs. Stnnsel:
/live mile east of hero.'audlulaDrastic age board has postponed until u future s aid : "I 1 haven't any symptoms ol I driving! of automobiles by drunken nut .ivttiiu; ii.' vxni'MK1: : HIUTpirm l prmed, I safe

I date consideration of two modi- !' kidney cimplnint since." 'j persons. All too many accidents are I I by ll1illillll'j i !'I. .viilVil, by ph ;)b lava: 21: 1 } .%.lrs; for .'
\\ Price (flOe, at nil caused
action on the j fled bids submitted for excavations 'I: dealers. Tnn'l by drivers under the influence

part of the city council in preventing ,, in deepening and widening of the simply ask for a kidney rent. dy-gel I''of intoMuints, though usually an effort
streets from b..inabloeked for Donna Pills-the Fame t'! atIrs\ is made to tho I
more New North River canal from near Stansrll I'ml. )Fnstur Dlil'uu'n' (I conceal fart I that Colds. Headache\
Co 1
than ten minutes" ut one time by rail I vita drinking.! At least
anyone / two
Fort Mfra.
i Lauderdale to the north boundary Buffalo, N. Y.
mini trains is to bu taken, accordingto i lentils in this community during the e
of Uroward county. The board Pain; Neuralgia ,
;Mayor; W. D. Carlton. There have also has I past year were caused by drunken '
adopted resolution award-
been tunes here when trains held up 18,0(10( and the plant at $7- drivers.i I No one was held responsible ft f
tag> u i-iintiutt to Bert L. Woolf for power : aP 3.,1FQ
radii" for :HO l( or more minutes, he dc- !.I the building of ditches, canals and 000. I I I I I witnesses being' reluctant to testify Toothache Lumbago :

I'lnres.T.iinpu. 'to the intoxicated condition of the ,
levees in the area surrounding Moorelavers I I >- |I I

-A syndicate of out-of- I } ut a cost of 17000. The work.I, Tallahassee! E. Bowdoin, connected drivers. a aEn Neuritis Rheumatism! j

town and local capitalists have pur- I it was said, includes the most import- with the prohibition enfonc- Thedrunken driver of an automobile

ibused a 320-acre: tract of land local { ant part of that necessary to drain moat ofllce, working in this district, is not only n menace to his own

ed on i'ie' :Memorial Highway between I the New Hull drainage district. II i ii went to Panama City und after he life ami property, but to the life andproperty Accept only "tfriyt'r" package which contains proven directions W

tin- iit.v and C'lourwatcr for u total and Sheriff O. E. liobbs, of Hay Coun of all others whom he encounters Moody "Uayir" buys of2\ tulilitnAlso liotlli-s of Jl nod 10.V-iruggiste.aspirin .

(misd-iution, of .520,000, accordingto i 1'allahassee1 1 election is to 'I'ty, had bought brandy olf a foreign on the highway. Occasionally U uiv trade mark of Pojtr XinufMturo of MJUMTM,irirlili>>ler of gaao7lieaehl

an .11111 1\1I1""II1..nL made here. be lulled for March 21 or 31, in Leon ship in port there, secured a search I we read of men beinj nrrested! I und. I ..
< The i ned for driving while ,. ,.. __ .
intoxicated.-- --- -- -- -- ,
Ian I is 1< .i.itcd about ten miles froContra m county for $1,500,000 to be used in warrant, und found forty barrels and ,'
the u quantity of bottles of brandy Mo other penalty is exacted unless' \V. L. Overstreet! of Now SillY 1'1111. -
+and will be! developed us u' improving county's roads, it is.aid. R. R. Thedu left SlIturday' .
huvo Mayor
they killed
subdivision..Miami A total of twenty-seven miles whiskey and other intoxicating or mnlned someone. was n visitor here Monday. .""*
of the IOU) invited' of ,
They may their line, us olio
drinks. The acquire
I and half of hard-surfaced crew was composed entirely
: 'The Palm a highways jug and go out to endangermore George; F. Young attended business the Senboiinl Air Line railway at the a<
Walk und other and forty-five\ miles of sand clay of Italians, Mr. Bowdoin said,
of the railroad j
in Stnrke
Monday. grand new
lives. opiiiiing
fallluli..conh' spots on Cape Florida, 'roads are outlined in the plans of and there were forty-eight in the Ilcuch. 1Mr
1 18 mik "south of here were imperiled the county commissioners for the call crew. lie! arrested two the ones from I Oiice convicted of driving nn automobile Fred B. Nobles,- of Jacksonville, from Coleinun _to West 1'ulni :

I ,by, a lire" which of the ''of whom he und the sheriff bought the '! intoxicated' or under the influence :
swept a part the election which will bo issued I' i was tho t speaker lit Grace M. E. anti Mrs Will PuProe, of \ ?
Cape Florida) and drinks. He could attach I of intoxicants, no man or woman I I .
was extinguishedbj : in the! next few duys. The hard surfacing not und obtain I church Sunday morning.Mr. Jacksonville. spent Sunday hero at
n party of picnickers which formed I will take care of State Road the forty barrels, because of thl'1 I should user be permitted to ,
the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Byrd.
a liinket hrt :ode. The file started on I No 1, across the county, Road No. law permitting 1 foreign vessels to'' gain! drive nn automobile in )Klorldu. and Mrs. C. A. Knight, of

thi 01 canide of the Cape nnd '' such for -in of No doubt we have too many laws regulating Sturke, motored to Luvvtey Sunday
swept 10, leading from Thomasville, Ua., carry use case W. II. Hurt, of Hawthorn, visited ,
nn area of about five city blocks before towards 1 the Gulf through the sl"klllKs'l the personal conduct of individuals I i afternoon. '
county friends here Sunday. ,:
it'a ,extinguished. I I j but the laws protecting human *.
and Road No. 19 to the Jefferson Tallahassee-Lying at the bottomof -
the life cannot be too stringent onto J. 11. and ,1. T. Moore, A. M. lilnnchiird -
line in the Apalachicola river somewhere
county direction of Perry. Dr. .!. II. I'arroilinit was transacting
Tullllhatonu Jour I G. W. Brown and W. E. Torodo business in JnckHonvllle Monday,
has received a communication -I I :' nal. attended the chamber of
I !loaded with -100 barrels of choice li commercemretiltg
Miami-Miami police today began --
from H. L.
division at !Hampton[ last Friday evening t
engineer, that the Chattahoochee river a searching Investigation into the details quors. It has been there for more I.AWTEV I Mr. Smith, of Gainesville, inunngor '

at Hiver, Junction had the I! of u "roadhouse party;" which than sixty years, and there -is u mini of the Mniintum Mills Flour Co., wan

flood since of 1912. lie reported passed, how- i they believe to have preceded the in West Florida who knows the exact I.awtey, Jan. SO -!Mr. und Mrs. A. It. K. McDowell-and C'. WlllinniH, of transacting business in town Monday. :
location.. He has so notified! Governor A. Durden and family of ,
ivIT, that the drift is well under | murder of Morris !L. Simon, (of Kansas Hampton Jacksonville J. were business visitorsto --
tool and It'a con- 1 City, whose lifeless body show- John W. Martin in an appeal for aid were !guests Sunday afternoon of, Lawtey Thursday W K.! Tin-ode wax n business vial-

trouble will be! experienced.anticipated No that damage no I ing signs of a desperate struggle, in salvaging the valuable carICo.'[n a Prof and !Mrs. W. O. UuvnlhI i tor to Jacksonville Monday.

i waR found In letter to the (.t'overnothe man told I Mrs. Dom Frigo and baby were -
a lonely
was repotted in the communication. palmetto grove Mr. My Ian Detroit I,. II. Hill visitor StnrkoThursday.
near Grutigny roud. Two other Kunj nf the shipment !leaving Columbus I of Mich.' was visitors to Starke Thursday wits a to. .
visitor ,
j sui City people Andrew F. Asthog (la., where the liquor was distilled' n to Iwiwtuy Friday.Mr. I -
Sheriff and Mrs. W. J. J: of
:Miami Erection of Mold ;MissKlvu: Lee Kustcrla more than sixty years ago. The vessel Rpperson,
an 18-story drove to and Mrs L. M. Sullivan of Sturke afternoon How do. you !get rid of scrub boars, :-
were guests "
h'''i.t I".ip.ntiiient' house at 1cost of the Miami police station in a bloodstained (on \{ huh the pegs was shipped Cairo, fin., lire spending n few days I of Mr. und Mrs. George! Anderson. I hulls nnd roosters in your community "
:J.O'I.IIIJIJ'\ | ) i I' bom-:: I'lanntJ here ac- I automobile which they admitted made the trip safely down the Chat here. ? Killing them has worked in a e

ioi,' lintr to nnnoin, ( iniMit by the to have been the property of tahoochce und the Apulnchicoln rivers i'I: I number f cases.

pu' I lent nf u local] devi deponent com- 1 Simon, told the story of the party and until it neared the mouth of the Lane 1\1d..eod nnd slitters Miss Mrs. C. Y. Mayo and! little daughter "
'flu- t-trui'tiiM trill Contain of two mysterious who stream and then developed) trouble !Lena und Mrs. Wash I'erncll' and :
paiiv. 420 strangers, 1 Ada Merle, Fred, David and I To Cure Cold In One
-uiti' ., iv iKlliz:: ,it I lie l.uvest of its provided "a bottle of gin." Both are that sent it to the bottom, according and Mrs. J. J. M'I.eod and Miss Jew- ,> Robert Moore of Jacksonville, were a Day '
Tat I.AXAIIV IIKOMO! glllNINK ( .Tablets). It
typo's( the :.Miami[ IH.I, it i j" stated.. i: being held pending inveatigatlon.MiamiTarget i ii to the letter. At that time liquor was ell King, of Mi-lrose, motored tu'i IU"lts1undllY: of their parents, !Mr. MnM| tliu I 11"Mil unit Miinilni: iir mil work eglhs(
A 'l.ir'.e lull'rj, ', put''t' ",.. d 1 after the i I Ii I II I worth less than a dollar a gullon ho Lnwtey Friday and "spent the day.i I and Mrs. J. ft. Moore toll! K W, UKOVKS! ulilnoliit"j : : .,ii stab: bus 900.U .

i of an infuriated said, and the owners decided that it ----- --- -- .--.. -
towei' of t the :MaiUit t Hi, I nt Bruges, Mrs
l!<.IKIIIIII' i r n featiinil lovireil' in the negro\ gunman, Policeman W. L. would hardly be worth while to attempt i I Francis Wiuxms, of .llIekllon.1 \Dr.) George T. Mnxwrll. of Los.

pl, -I1--, Tl.e I elfry, u ,''I i nt.iin 1stihinic Crews with a beat in the negro sect to recover the vessel. So they ells spent tin- vveck-ijiid Angeles! Cnl l., was a visitor" hire Friday '

., ('onstriuti ,n i 'I"'t'tl'dtobe-| ', ton was shot twice and later was I'reH left it at the bottom of the river, her mother, Mlles:...!Louise: Lowery.Mr. I and Saturday. 666

,c''Ill II:, \t .'u n liner. at while he was going\ to a hnspit- 'where it has remained in wood! for and :\11'''. J. U;, Hye nail, J B.
al. The bullets which struck CrownWTO I more than sixty and tho West flub Curlny..f J.u'ksonvillf, was a prMerlptfiin fur
years Jr.) ,, and MISH Wilina Illnnchnrd
of the Colds, Grippe; !li.-ninie. headaches -
of retailvi here
\ fired I guest Sunday.
1'allahaThe i :,ill nney i rneralha point blunU by the negro ( Jiuk-oiivillo
ex-act apron Sunday at the ( 'oiiHiip.ition' IlilloiiNiteaa.It ; .
I i/i, ,d I lln, Bute's lunf 'in answer a Pew inches away just after the'i whereabouts, he claims.
I homo' nf Mr. nnd ;.MiA., M. Illaiiihurd Bud Muthni. und two daughters, of ,U the iniul nieilr| rcmvdjr w. knew,
to the mi.tirni of im'i' ,el for II new policeman had searched him and fail- _- i ,
trial forulire.v, Li a. iViKeN, ) ronviitnl "I 1 to find the automatic pistol on I j TilE BIBLE / Alarclrnny. were visitors here .Saturday. -To Stop n Cough Quick

in Vulusitt' ,roui"' L l.i-t summer, on uhieh the negro was sitting. Crew,,' I Miis, Beth I I and Winificd' 1-) If A ytS': !IIKAUNC! : HONEY, .a

a LIII'_I' "criminil',1 .Iltn. k and seiiti wounds are not serious owing to his This nook contains: The Mind of ]ly, of IliKhlund, iiintoriMl to \\'ilnber./4 Charles Cooper' of Slaike, was in rough! nn ,hI'\, whii, Ii m ups Ihs .vuIAI. by
".!in.] ,I > ,death in dnuuition with an utility; in dodging an instant before rod' ; the soars of man, the way of snlation 'Thursday., / t town on business several days lust hnuliiu! thi Inlliinird/ and irritated tissues.

iitt.iik. ) "" a white woman in DeLund. the negro lired!, although both shots '.- the doom of sinners, and hupliness --_ ,week. A box of (.({()VJ-'S: H'KN-TRATE)

Their Ill'wo, a c.isim the his and several others! were (trod at his I of bclivcrs. I Or. I':. L. /Iliggn: <>f Slnrku t was a HALVE r:; (for' 'liest, Odds Hand Gilds: und

toi.v oi' Muiid.i, the state contended, he-it. It is believed the negro was Its doctrines are holy, its precepts :professional) visitor" here the" lirst 1,41 I Mr. and MrH./G. VVr. Mi-White. Mrs Croup! Is cni'loseil,, ) with every 'bottle of

in whi'h I the evide ii'! more clearly wounded in the battle that followed, ire binding, its decisions are iramu- the week.Mr. LinniiDruwdy and. Mrs. A. A. Fryer, !fA yts; HKM.lNd 1IONEV. Tho salve

indu ,,itivl, ,irnilt nf the I di f-ndant although! he escaped. He/ was suspect-I able. :- I of Moultriu Ga.? were guests of Mr. should 1 lin> rubbed on limo chest and throat
:: and Mr*. G. W. Roberts were of children mimirlnil from u Cold or Croup.
I and
Mra. J. L. llurrell
ed of Friday and
'" stealing an automobile. Rend it be
to .
I wise believe it to be visitors to ..' ,
Starko Friday evening. I Tho Hmllinl girt nf 1111. Ihnllnd llnmiy In
TanlpIIl'r"I".ed| pi.uis erection infe I j.Saturday. Saturday !vf'ning the entire .
I s picture it to bo holy.It .hlo the bostl'Hiinlilnril with the lionlTiMKlTnitnfJnivo'iO
of..1 i 1 l"-stor> skysciaper here for Miami-Identification of the body contains light to direct food Mrs. A. A. Smith, Mrs Elizabeth> j party motored to Gainesville to ( [l' n"I! miu: Snlvn through Ihu !puni of
its hume, h.ive been announced by the1 I found! on a country rand near Miami, (, you Howe I Irou. hell Gipsy Smith. 1 nenkla.,Mum stubs awashlis ,. Umtint
o support you, and comfort to cheer und Mrs. Catherine Ten re went' I iniiilleitMrit tiaiNPil/ In 11110 enrtna no
Tampa Board of Trade. Currying out1 I was made through telegrams as that I to Gainesville last week j' of the cuinblnnil: tnalmrnt U 1I e.
to hoar 1
of the plans are contingent upon rutiflcation of Morris L. Simon of Kansas City, It is the traveler's Smith. Gipy J. K. Gooilfellow and( Mr. Scott, of Just nsk your druggist for IIAYESHRAtlNU 1.
:Mu. map, the pil I 11 Lakeland[ visitors here I HONEY.
in an election of the city Robbery is thought to have been ,grim's staff, the pilot's the were! Sunday ,

commission's action in deeding to tho'''boon cause for the murder, as money toldier's sword compass, -.- -- -.. -- -- .- .-. -. -- .
!, and the Christian'seharnetrr -- --- ---- --- --- '-
trade. hoard a plot in Plant Park upI I j and jewelry Mr. Simon carried was f

on which to erect the structure. The '' missing when his body was found. Here\ parndi.se is restored heaven
building!\ would contain 'JO offices and 1 Using a clothing trademark und I'

would be fifteen stories high. dealer's name as means of citablish-I M>BilIAiiSIf>sIITI1FF biCf 61 MOO 6HOOLDA .
mates place the cost at 300000.)ESU-1 identification\ the police received FOLKS GONE TOor ciA a ) AH' tte.AE': 7\ ;

word from Mrs. Simon now at Kan- PUXV OVER AT TM'SCHOCW. l' oNAeNO i'sour ;

llinmiThe city commissioners I "fiS City asking immediate oleic efuiicerning Weal L 6ATV3DV NtCHTTHCV
have derided to submit to the freeholders I her husband. The police 111 OUR TOLD SOrtS j j 1f 'I A OlBu IieN ,

of :Miami a bond I Issue of ; say that Mr. Simon wus noon lat PIPPIM JOKES 6MB WENT it i \

$l,;>(no,000() for municipal improve : when he !left a downtown hotel I lit-! H Nervous TOWN' ,NGU NV AS TM'DEVIL AN' rAnd HEN

ments. Items specified in the proposed hlll consiiieruble money at the time n "I was weak and nervous .
expenditures' lire $1(10.000' ( for and he wore, among other H and /
.:. a run-down writes Mrs. n CARy1
-1 iilinmond, ring. I I '::; }icith.Sellers, of 466 N. 21st Id Then tr-E ,
Stop Night Coughing I I' St., Kant: St. LOUIS, 111. "I iIf j L141Laughed
i .Ju'k'.n\'lile-Two' unmak.'dhtp, couldn't sleep nijrhts.; I was sorestl They m

This men. hi )Id >ip and robbed Thomas :N. 01 "'i. I fr't' tire, and I not I r: ,
Simple Way : ,ni'ithcniiari, collector for V\hnldun j In condition to do my work. No More t ?

TViopto nun 1, hi''.' |I'. -=! noyaa'nuul.lnL'-" !11-1 .", Ii-L'! anI I"h"tI" 1-p my ."it' 'inn h that I walt afraid ;
1'r.1 1 it D IIw".d ,
'' avenue> set IjoMi ,- i .
-"u. hl.\I i ii.l dare .> ., .. I I would) ) (jet down in bed 1 ..
w ,k. ors" ,. t'1< .r I. 111'' nit .tii't.Sninlhf'rnian w.n 01!'IV- j My i 1.1' c: m" to ."e ale .
Hi. irn. l\ v M I""> ij i ntii>rouiInfiitintK >>
t ,lIgo to the <'it%' lucnmpamerl J..hn' and '. lled that I :: L
i in, Blip tli ,ir ili"tiMinn\ by I III Ii S' ; c u!i I IJ Edward
tllUbhplOIUptl; : a v're\ 8lllllin | > ({"!fl-.r, brunch' manager 'if one | 2 C.1'9CCullOU .
: :';IIJ.J: ; who: hilardK \ >>
} nil fopcouuli t f I U'hidfl'in st ires. After tnk'rigtl b r' -
been able to iiit nt .r. r
: ), .nt-. have J"t.1\ Ih'd' fill ie 11I011"Iln.1. a pistol from .ni.iih-. '
tried night it.B sleep the voy Out lilac they I c moan, the men got into Smother-' I J CARDUI FTha F : '" iJrOCi'lTF.R

The treatment \* baaed on n re- inan'i iiutoinobile and drove hurried- j tU
rnarkablp)Now prtxn-rlptlon UHcovory I known for Coog ni Hr.KlnB'i ha. .Iv' tins They I left their car, which I
Tou tako a teaspoonful at I I IItl."ht -. ..ilater taken to police! t!
before | j Woman's TonicI : 1. Ta/C
retiring and hold It In THAT'S TN t.6ALL:
lors. Police laid .
that .
this is the ,
j figA6
nee- o. 150
j-our or 21) econdii baJor II t.JT: A GEN
( fJlfn"8'lft, without follow I and| time Smotherman has hem held I < I felt better after nijr fir',t a5-r J'OKU RID .EEVAWA1 q HEA.6'
fag with water. The prescription and robbed. Two "J I I EvEia HEAD VouP.: CHANCE TOUCAiXJH wiN, eta
l.as a dotib.u action. ft not only j lap men stopped him |i bottle. I htd a bettor aj pe lit HEH l
soothe and heals >ori>ni>*s and Irritation at Union and Ions streets on the '... tite. It seemed to :.Ttn'nglhen all A80tIf A F4EbI a OLOV6O.BAfe .

remove, but It yhle quickly n loosens cnngeatlonwhich and morning of September 21, and took '' !d and build me up. I am go CRO55 C-"IZ D NEH DRAW Aril A PlCrUHB BALLS' l q OP JUST CM.O \.

eh.the direct nixie of the 4:.00 from him. They were not ( I .. triad to recommend Cardul I CflRL HEN POP IN TiGOr.ttC.
coutrhlng. The result I I. that you 'aul'ht'l J''f for what It did for me., 1 .. H9/l LAU&HIMOTO. BRAT THBBANP"
vcually sleep as roundly an a babe Tallahassee The haven't needed any m edcdneafar. ,
state now has + hIH MAKE HIM UMJ
an iinspstnii'nt
the very first night and the pnllr" .
I took Cardul and I .
cough condition goes In a very abort at the state prison farm' |1 am W pEAt HARD DBAW IM IUI<.- .

tlm.The pre rrlptlnn! Is hlchly t re' nmmnd -tnlinir- npproximately $250,000, in I I 04 feeling NTvouimesi fin. restlessness, 11. i ( r 1 PQAn( LARGtR THAN TVW&IZE

,.d .for ,,'i'. '. .t r"Ile. 'jiiipnn( nt, buildings and live stork, |1 4 fjfeplesunethese I sympw t I I sJ WBITBIAMH: PBPWorjUCFO H QJf.
) ?anne x 111',1 1 nr,1 17w
on4 rrlll r r 1.. .j.I < r v",ri, ,n.lPf i 'ir.hnv. to matter being rmnpiil| l I j j>> toms 10 often are the result M e 1\(,& ON UA: <.t< OF DRAwlett3gip
", 11I",1., ,a 1\-\ I ., .\ ..1 I dr"", ., I'*;" -'line prison department for the ': I 1 4 of u sneak, run-down condition ., f AND fiEND TOTMi& lJo'o/S GcJNTII&T''Yo
J. r "I I I '. s t d l. I. n.l.Iv 1
II ahd may develop more ... ( PAPcdt AJ.60' TKi.1.
tut "
oar I. .'"f' ,:" .1. It I l' R i., at all : i"irt. Included in the list "f ;i | l
good dru.rKI3U. All" ( Jill.- tho "shirt, factory now un- I I. seriously if not treated In = d a w ,& VVMAF KIHO OF CVljOVHO '
r ",,n. 'r ton. and which will cost I 10 of If you are nervous and s' es '' ?) {J WIN:-.'' V!: CONTSUTTHB
D i yen' '. tL.} hospital, worth 120.000; ;t run-down or suffering from 1'1'r CLObCS: MA..cH I6'f

I', ,' .".h..12.600.horsesandmule,1 I % fame womanly weakness, r r 15 ex PHizrb TO a&

"I'I "'d,J :,' 1 '', ,' take Cardui. ; a AWAQDEO.J"U'> r TLfINFC

i n peed! at JI96.973!: while the F 1111L.z. \ a f erveO ALL Ol S4TXJQ. .

i I.. a plant H estimated to be worth : ._.M.DilUiill.... < ,.sas OMAWIMM. linr AHO'f.r"NTflURP. UUO I I .

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ed and repainted. Ho has increasedhis ,< CARD OF THANKS Panama City-Atlanta &: St. An-1 I of new rails; first work to be done in

htock of dry goods this week and ,, --- drews Day railway to lay $400.000 I| Cottondale district.
We wish to hank neighborsand
i says that he will soon move into the
.. friends for their kindness during -
store building adjoining in order to
the short illness and death of
store his goods. .
t0ut.b .x !Mrs. 1. W. Pinhulster, who has> been ''our wife and mother and especially THETREND IN fARM LA8a SUPOLY AND DEMAND
do we thank Dr. Middleton for hit I _
the guest of her friend, Mrs. I. J.
returned faithful service. We would not forgetto PfRCllnAtit 1919 I 1920 1$21 1922 1923 1774NORMAL
Priest, for several days, has o.
----- --_ .- .. .-- to her home at Green Cove Springs.A. thanks our friends for the beauti- !

I-hune' 2U unit IOU A. Durden and family visited fur floral offering also. IIO%
I. L. Ogden and Children.
-.--- .... -- --,- --- --- friends In Lawtey last Sunday. ..
I J. B. Alexander, who has recently Milton Electrical refrigerator 1054.
1t.J. May was a visitor to Hampton recovered from a severe attack of manufacturing plant to bo establish. I
Members of the Girl Scouts were i Friday. pneumonia at River Side hospital, ; ed In Moneyway building. I 100.% 09-
returned to bill home here last Mon
,, participants in an enjoyable party : The people spent an enjoyable -
young v
day. HH! friends here proud OKUElt FOR PUBLICATION I
" Monday evening given by one of the evening Friday at a pound party mnny are I 971.90x

members, Florence Andrew ( given at the home of Mrs. J. E. Ous- of KIM recovery and gladly; welcome I In Circuit Court Eighth Judicial Circuit. ;I
him home again. I Brwlfi.nl County State at Florid, In Chan.
assembled at the An- .
guests ley.
.el7.I II
Mr. and Mrs.\ C. E. Harper have
drew home at the appointed hour | D. W. Moore was a business visitor I (Steve Kowatch. Complainant .
of IIar- I
recently been the guests Mrs. vaIiilla
o'clock each attired as a movie to Monday.! (I I
of S lIampton Knwmoh. Defendant
sister Mrs. W. O. Duval of j
per's :
celebrity and it wan a happy group I It amp .Hng by affidavit I appended to th.1 _
REVIVAL MEETING AT TilE I 1 Lawtey. bill flied l In the nbnvc-.ti' % that made merry with movie contests :Mra. J. W. and John of I Kowatoh. the defendant' therein named !I. a I Irtildent I
I Itaffan son, 80'4 4
and mimic.Refreshments. M. E. CIIUKCH( CONl'ISUESI I of the ,tat.: of Florida I but, that j she '
Stuart, are the guests of friends and conceals herself ao thnt pmcflu can not IM,
were served at 7:30: The revival meeting at the Metho-i,'relatives' here this week."t.I\ d upon her. and' U over the ..." of tw<.nj ,
j '- ine It U ordered. that said 7'%
which the reluctantly made 18th i I II 1 I ) yeah: "therefore"
after girls diRt church which began January U. M. Geiger, of Theressa, was resident dcfenrfnnt be and li requiredto
their adieu. continues to go on with increasing inI I I transacting business here last Mon- appear to the Mil nf ..: ,:t.itltlt.d In iaid: (
.- ------ I 'I cauxe on or befnre! Monday th* end day of 70st .............-.,.........-,..-
YOUNG MATRONS/ CLUB i iKNTEKFAINKU terest. Two services! dailythreethirty day. i l March A. D 193A. otherwise the allegation* I
[! in the afternoon and seven I of : ; i I |!. Mrs. I. J. Priest was a business ,defendant. Farmer lire cutting down hired help. 'ht' ,ilunuiml U estimated ut "illy 89:

I I.forty-live in the evening-are now visitor to Starke this "week I II I It I. further ordered that this order be pub- per> rent of normal as compared with 05 per cent n year ego; according to a
Mrs. J. F. Kickliter, Jr., was hostess [ being held, and will continue until it I I I I Mrs J. R. Hodges/ is spending this tiiihed once a week for four conieeutlve weeksIn statement ISMKMI, by the Washington office of the SI-ur -Ro..hIlCk Agricultural
1 'he Bradford .
Tuesday afternoon to the Young 'IR deemed wise to close the meeting. I' week with her daughter, Mrs. II. B. : published In County nalil County Teletfraph and a Stntn newspaper Foundation bused. on data from government sounos The low parthas''g

Matrons Club, a recent organization Will Hill, the evangelist, is getting i; Wiggins, of Starke. Thin January 28th 1K2A.O. tower of farm products has forced the farmer to reurrnnze his operations Ha

.1 that is quite popular with the young better every day. He knows both how I Rev. Hicks, of Waldo, filled hit I (SEAL) Clerk W. ALDERMXN Circuit Court. Is coining to depend largely on his own und, Ma fauilly'a lubur. In many cii>-,s

matron of Starke. ,I to preach and how to conduct a revival regular appointment at the First i l i By Q. A. KNIGHT. the hired man l Is hi-lng dispensed with entirely.

f At the clone of a merry afternoon, and being backed, up by thesplendid Baptist church last Sunday morning ,>'A. S CREWS Deputy Clerk. "-a rill )hi-lp. "cos is more today than at any other time In the past sixty."na

l the htmtess served delicious pineap- {; singing of the local choir, and evening.i His subject for the i Solicitor for Complnfnnnt l-3n.5t-2.27 years \Vuii's demanded| are higher/ than n year ago! und rates for 11)23) n\r-

pIe salad, wafers and grape julco. men and women are feeling their'morning being "Conversion," while | __-' -MaTEBfl BALK- -- lilted al>ori> all preceding years. The peak year In the unite scale wan In I >_o.

All club members were present and hearts strangely warmed and the impulse at the evening service he spoke on I i iI That >*-ur lnl.or. was scarce According to the neromphnyinw'hart, In Junf,

also two invited U'uestK.1\1rIl. F. A. of a real revival. The cotigregaj j I "Canned Sunshine." Rev. Hicks In'' nuraiiNnro Notlc-I I.of hereby a certain given tins thnt{ rlncrcn ardor nf nod!fnrrelonura In- 1920 the supply| was but 73 per cent of normal while the ,di-mand l wits inn( j 1'"r

Scott and Miss Ethel Griffin. dons continue to increase in attend- his usual way made his subjects very of aal*. made and entered on the 27th I cent of nor"I., During the latter}half of lli.'n:: und through the first. six monthsof :
Next Tuesday afternoon the club 'I unco and it looks as if we were on the I]! interesting to both young and old. I Inv of fnnimry. A. f>. 102K. In iind by the. 1021 the labor supply curve took. a midden upniird swing and In .Inn. ..f
lu.liro nf the (freult
Court In unit for Drarlford
f will meet at three o'clock with Mrs. ''eve' of a great spiritual awakening !;i Mrs. Philips, of Miami is the guest Omntv. 1"01'101.> In I""Roe.n' tn that,- 1021 It was OS per cent of normal while di-uuind l hud dropped to 8T per 't'atCntlt '

C. A. Knight, at her home on Went in our town. of her sister I Mrs. J. P. Sullivan this I enrfaln; CIIUFO. th.*roln' trading., Ticrotn, TheCitlen. In Jun... "f I 19Jli) the supply curve ronilniicil. .. to rise. rea<'liinn Its ht-lKl. at
flank nf Raiford .
Madison' street I j I Last Sunday was a good day for week. i romrOntnnnt and H. J. Ro"lot.arod n curfioratinn ftarnh!I. 105 per cent of. normal while the dvmanil was hut s<10> |,,-r cent noriinil!

1 u>>. Doth the morning( and evening |i M. J. Green, who has been employ- *.... ..,.. hln .wIV. nr findnnt*. I. E. M With the hi-Klnnlng of 1023 city labor t\nm. ini.nivp|
20Th OJNTVinKNTEIlTAlNEJt CLUII I>>serviiu were spiritual and uplifting, ed with the State Road Departmentfor .John nt' Pul.lic*.. an nut Hr> 'Cry tnl" M..ter.nmllll{hell till I.offer..the for hhch..t..1.-t centers drew fart: help cityward runners had to jUIIRPS: out or prnpnriinn

'I ; '! and the Mulhudist.! people wish to ex- several years, and for the the past and !to,.. bidder,,, for cnnh. before the door of to what tlp| f.irm could earn to hold. their men In .Lin' of I02.T tt-c tlpniainliiiw
t ''press their sincere appreciation for three months has been on the east 'j the* Court H.."... In Rtnrkf. FtriKlford. County. illS per tint of normal while the supply rune \\ II" .:v; ;:*>is to 81 per cent.
|I II iFlorldii. on the 2nd day of March, A. n. Ifi1.
1I I MIHS Stable Welter and her cousin, l I the brotherly and co-operative spirit coast returned to his home hero thisweek luring *h** I li unl! hour of 'ale' the 'follow.. The latter half .if the your demnnd) l lessened diit' tu <.\"....-l\e Uil.r.r<. <'o8tn :tr<]
J. J. Truby, entertained the 20th Cen- shown by our slater churches in dismissing dr.rrb.'d! l property, to-wlt; : I the ImreaMn.: 'iipply. This year .demand has in.iclo still further decline, until
I I The/ uthxLAt .
quarter of the Nnrthwftiuartt
tury Curd Club Thursday evening all | their evening services to V. B. Wheeler who has recently "' >.. of Stction Thirty-two. In Town-tifp', now It Is Inii si 1 per rent of normal while labor supply| | whIch ID gradually Lacreiislns. -
club member* being, present.. Japoni- worship with us. But we are planning returned here from South Florida, five. Ro"th Rnntro Twpntv-nne Rant mmin- I li tlnnitpil around! SO per cent
can and narcissus were used In decorating t'i ins Forty ner. more 01 I(.", in Bradford,
and praying that next Sunday will haM accepted a position with the firm County", Florida.
the! attractive rooms. 'bo one of the best days, spiritually, of A. A. Durden and Company. I 1 E.I.' .lOHVq. PER CAPITA PRODUCTION or EGGs.

.J After several rubbers of bridge it that Starke has ever eXllerilnced.1 I! Herbert Priest and family, of A. 7.. \DKINS. Special :Mniter. 1,

'. was found that Mrs I K.:: L. Biggs and We are planning to have three services J, Green Cove Springs have moved here I(( Solicitor' for Complainant 1.io-5t-2-2" I NUI4SERD01IN5 OF IBS9 l 1699! 1909 19I9'1920'1 2"9Z1'I"lJ ,

j <)i L. BenKley! hud made high, and as -11'00: a. m., ,1:30: :: p. m. und 7:45: this week and. are comfortably located M.UTER'ILE I

first prize Mrs. Riggs was presenteda p. m. In the morning Brother Hill in the Christian parsonage. j I ;I'-: ;; 20
Notice !I. hereby \ that under.
and by
box Qf dainty face powder, and to 1 will preach his favorite sermon on Dr. Biggs, of Stnrke wa a professional virtue of a final decree of foracloflurv. made 'I I
:. .- Mr. Ueasloy; was given u deck of the subject: "Is the Home-Life of visitor hero this week. 'and, rendered' by the Honoruble A. V. Lone, /
(!ard*. Mrs. J. \V. Andrews, Jr., made 'AmerICa Down atj| :'Judge! of the Circuit Court of the Eighth 1711 i121j I
;:. Breaking ? and D. W. :Moore, of Theressn, was a Judicial. Circuit of Florida, in ami for. ]
I. ]low and was consoled l with a handkerchief night his> sermon on the subject: business visitor here last :Monday I'I'l 'ford County, In Chancery" dated Jonu.."It..d-I / i--'" I
} while (J. !M. Inman also made IVttfl' In that can.no therein lately rending "he-i
/'Carrying On. The afternoon serv- Mr. C. N. Triest, of Waldo, has ret 1' Charlea' Kantian Complainant and ,I I' -
b low and was given cigars.At 1 I ice will be held for the children and cently been shopping here. I'i lams Revnolda: ot ei:) defendant. the. under.I'igned I I '

M., ,; the close of the evening the young people of the town, and we j Ur. 1\lid.Ueton*! of Starke, was atM: ,.. ..,. In who Chancery wan. therein t.. entente appointed, the .aa..me.Special will.on .. .I / ,

i hostess served delicious shrimp salad, ''trust' that our fathers and mothers tending to professional business here '; Monday, the 2nd day" of :March. 1I"2B, durInw I
I saltines, pickles, hot chocolate and will see to it that their children are | last Tuesday : the legal, ) hour of Hate\ before II'h* Court i I
ffoue door
y II In Starke. Florida to the 10 I ......_. wsu ..._..._
cream.LET'S. present at this service. -- I htirhent and beet bidder. for cash the 'ollownil !1
The GRAHAM: :1} described" 'land.*. heated" la Bradford i
t program for the service dur- Onmty, Florida, to-wit !So: mpldly la. ale poultry uuluitry expanding thnt within
PLANT: A TREE I a short tints over
the remainder of the week and for The South went quarter of Section twentyi'
next is follows Graham, Jan. 30-Prof. Alvin Was- ,I',even '(27'i I. The F.t half of the South wo** production i mny cut the fnrmpr's poultry dollar nnloss production can he .main-!
r The Civic department of the Wornan's Sunday as : din, of Sampson was a visitor here quarter. of the Southwest quo.te. and the *,tamed ut n lower diet according to the Senra-Iloebuck Aprlculturnl) Fnimdntlon.A
''| I'rlachlng:30:\: and 7:15: &: m. during ( o.t half of the Southwest of
p. quarter Section
Club wants to call to the atten- Monday.!\ It \ recent aure.allows. that more than 5CXXiUOO) fiirnis In this country
week. <2Hk) The Southwest quarter of pro
1 tlon of the citizens of the town the Dr. Middleton, of Starke was a'I'' hn Southeast; quarter. and: Southraiit: quarter; 'duce you..t.1: 1 pggq: It Is os'lnmteil that there were 401,000,000( ) chlckena oa

observance of Arbor Day. I I I I Sunday-Sunday school 10:00m.. I business caller here Monday. Ini of Ine the''SO Southwest). The Southwest quarter, of Section. twenty-of the ]farms before the hutching .senson. started. This Is an Increase of over 60,000-

This day, which comes on Friday, I I Preaching 11:00: "Is the Home-Life" !Mr. and Mrs. Henry Saxon, :Mrs. Northeast quarter except seven quarter< 71) acre. In t'(too, or nearly I 12 per cent over /figiues of a year ago and 121.000.0CX) or oter 33
i February sixth, has been set aside of America Breaking Down ? I Dave Dyal of and Mrs. the Southeast. corner of Section thirty-two j per cent Imri-iim1 since January 1 I. 1020.
'', Children and Young Peoples' Serv- Hampton ;, , all lying' and helnir la Township Seven
for the planting of trees and offers a' Annie, Johns, of Jacksonville were 1 (71. South. Kamre Twenty-one < 21f Kant all Production uf eggs Increased :33.3 per cent between f 1P20 and 1023 while the
great opportunity for beautifying ice 3:30: p. m.Preaching visiting here Monday. I containing. three hundred aeventy-three ((373> |population Increased, only :0.3\ per cent. In the past five ynnn the estimates of
)I 7:45 nc" s mon or lowt.:
our town. We are advised by those : "Carrying On. I Messrs. Truman and Truby Dyal j ALSO The South half of the nnrthcant egg' {production bine shown a close correlation with the estimated number of

who have made, a study of town beau- I(, -IIAMI'itNIlumpton -:--) 'were business visitors to Starke Mon'r|', ,..the,..Northeast and the quarter South half nf Section ofthe North. Town.half
tlflcation and highway beautification! ( Jnn. 30-Mrs. M. L. May-1! day .hip leven. Houth. ranyo twenty-two nix. eiut.rontalninir j fowl. If the same ratio holds. good( egg production In 1921 will gain 10 to 12

to plant trees. that arc native in the nerd, who has been the guest of her | Messrs. Jessie and Marvin\ Ogden, I I I.... In the oititreirate. 120 acre, more 1 1or per cent over IfU.'l;,: wtii-n. It showed a gain of 33 per cent over four years ago

part of the state in which we live, always daughter Mm. W. B. Alexander, for of Pompano, were here this week. | With tho appurtenance. Said mile to be made Profitable I p', Try production at the present stage of 'xpansion Is dependentupon
preserving natural growth 0.V.. pursuant' to nald decree to aatltffy" the dame : 1 the present hlKh level ot demand. Up to date consumption. has
I several weeks, has returned to her Dyal spent Wednesday attending and. cu,,". { kept per.with .
A \ where ever possible. home at Aluchua. : to business at Waldo. I A. S, CRRW production.. In U'JH': : enough eggs were produced:] to furnish 20 dozen for

r I. We are very fortunate in having: Mrs.> J. J. Itrunnen spent last Sunday | Mr. and Mrs. Truman Dyal and litr R. LAYTON A. Special Muter in Chancery every man ,\ "nnn, and, child, in the United States. Tills'' would mean 100 dozen

r right at our door such beautiful trees with her friend, Mrs. E. J. DOW- t tie: daughter, Murree, of Ziff, were' T n. ELLIS. JR. 1 ..;j fur the uirnit'e 1 fauiily of live

ai the sweetgum, the maple the oak ling, of Graham. I visitors here Monday and Wednesday.Mr. Complainant nolicltor. 1-30-51-2-J" "

'l and. magnolia. Go to the nearest i I, Mrs. Lillian Wainwright, of Palat- Osar Britt and family, of Wil 1\STER'S--8 --

swamp and get: one of each ka, armed hero a few days ago, and I iston, and !Mrs.\ Annie Britt, of Notice lit :: ; We can charge
hert-hy given that umler and 1 hy ] your
.e Or club together with your neighbor I has accepted a position as. matron ofd Gainesville, were visitors> here Tues- virtue of a final decree of foreclosure' made! YES
'r I and order palms. and crt'pe-myr-i the Hampton hotel. | day. and rendered by the Honorable AVI.<>nir. 8 HRS

ties from nearby nurseries By ordering 1 Mrs. Daisy 1Ioorl'ho l is teachingIn ,I Mrs. John :McKenney was visiting Hal Jiidtre Circuit nf the of Circuit Florida, Court In and uf the for Eighth Bm.Knrd.Judl Storage Battery I In

>' in quantities the prices arc i the public school at New River, her parents at New River this week. '' f pn"Charley ", in Chancery" dated January. 2". 1'>JP>. I
better. j I that cnune therein lately' pending I hetwttn
I 1,spent the week-end with her cousin, I Thomas, of Tamp.., spent : Charten Forman complainant and illiam
: I Do you own a vacant lot? There ;Miss Kathryn Weest. j"he week-end here with his parents. ::1.' Reynold.*. et .1. defendant the un<|i>r. .

.. are many in our town that are anything Mrs.. II. F. Chosscr returned to her :Mr. and Mrs. Truby Dynl spent Ia I fined n....r In um.Chancery waa therein to execute appointed tho earn n* Spooiat'. will. Smith's

but beauty spots. If you are the I home here last. Monday after a visit Sunday: with her parents<, :Mr. und Mrs. :Monday the 2nd day of March lltJS. dur: Garage sre|
owner of one of these clean it Ini the legal, hour, of aale. beforeiht- Court
any Brown of
l up with friends and, relatives In Jackson- Sampson. I Koiuie door. In **tnrke Florida, tell to the
I. and plant a few trees. By so doing its \ville.I Messrs.\ Jack Branley and, J. Kelley ghost i and brat bidder. for c..h. the follow.IC _.

value will be doubled besides adding ;, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. McKinney are of Chattanooga Tc-nn, were business c .linty.deflcrihetl. Florida' land to-wit I situated' in Bradford

f greatly to the beauty of the town. '\visiting Mrs. McKinney's father, :Mr. visitors here Wednesday. The We,.' half of :the Southeast <1u'l'Ier. e\- 'f

'J, There Is nothing: more beautiful (Geo. Ha/on.: of Brooker, this week. Mr.\ and Mrs. George Jackson and :!!i ept hereof:, atx sold let l ) to acre M. L.in John the Southeast, ami the corm Vnetfialf '

than a tree and nothing in the grow- 1 Kev. Wimlham. of Waldo, will till family, :Mr. and :Mrs. Bowden, ofh| 'i iHigh of the Northeast quarter of the South. J. R. DAVIS I & CO.
ing of which little is I east quarter of Section .Ix I. township
so required of us. I Ins regular appointment at the M. E. 1 : Springs, :Mr. and ;Mrs.. Aubrey :yen '(7)). South. Rnnire twenty-two (22) east.iontininff .

, ,, I ', "So, Let's. Plant a Tree." ,''cOADSDKN hurch hero next Sunday morning and Tyre, of Gainesville, spent Sunday ,|'. In the aartfregat* ninety-four 404)icrwa. )
here with relatives. more Of I.
J 1 j evening. With the appurtcnaneea Said sale 1 to he INSURANCEAGENCY
1 l cotrN'rv PLANS !I Mr. and Mrs. 11. E. Adams who I :Miss Alice Britt of Williston, is nade pursuant to add decree to satisfy theme
have visiting'.' her cousins :Misses '01 and. quota,
FOR ma ion\cco CKOI been residing here for four Mattie A. S. CREWS.
'months, left last Tuesday for Gainesville al ml\ :Minnie Ogden \. Special Master In Chancery
Quincy-Gadsdcn county farmers I t,. where Mr. Adams has accepted Mr. and :Mrs. :Math[ Wasdin were p' R n ELLIS LAYTON' JR. ESTABLISHED 1886

' are planning to raise more than 1,500 a position with the railroad as day Vi is tors i to the county seat Saturday. I c::Complnmnnt! sulmibrs.> l-IO-St-2-27

acres of sun-grown cigar tiller tobacco ''operator. Mr. and Mrs. Adams made I Duffy Abernathy was a visitor to --pj STARKE FLA.HULL'S
( during the forthcoming season, it many friends while hero who regret 'Long Bridge Tuesday. es Cured In O to 14 Days .
is announced here. Some of the leading DrujWlfltt refund money ifPAZ00INTMF.NTrail.
to see them leave and
wish them
cure Itching lilmd Bleeding Protruding
farmers in the county have taken '| much success in their move. |I' Death of Mrs. L I.. (Ogdrn I laW:II.! Instantly relieves ItihlDit Piles or and yetangerre.tful'deep

up the production of sun-grown Su-I !Mrs. C. G. Manuiro! is spending :Mrs.\ Kiln Ogden, wife of Mis. I. L. after nr-it applltatloti "b-\ :

martrn, it it" aid, realizing: : that while thin week with her mother, !Mrs. I'lov- (glen J died here Monday morning _.
I -
$ the present pure is a fair one it should ersettle.Mr j lanunry,, 10th at 10:00: o'clock. ,.,

'? i yield a pro lit of three to five cents a I I al'dr.; *. R. M. Favor and r She was only sick a short while hero I .

,, I ,: pound. A great deal of that to bl'I I d llIughh'r.Inr; >' Bliinoh, visited at the fn the angel of death took nor To

planted thin jour is contracted for at homo of Prof. Duvul and, family of |h.r htavenly home. She was united

20 cents a pound Lavvtey lust Sunday. ,\nth|' the Christian church for the paste : i I STORE
I ( .
T. M. llumin .
TODACCO SEED IJEl'iSDAIAIiED is having his largo, .
I Ogden
store Main : was a motherly lady
building, on street
( j : UY FLOODS/ to: all. u devoted wife and mother; shed I

Valdosta Ga.- Some kitchens wore built as though h*' n smile anti a kind word for all.
-Reports received in I
the women who them S he, will be greatly missed those
use by
are trying
Valdosta from sections of the bright The
store of Service. We
to reduce whOc 10 knew her. anticipate your
leaf tobacco belt cast of this city are :Miss Mattie Ella I

)' s a to the seed effect bed that have a been great ruined many by tobacco the- SEABOARD TIME TABLE .t. I II I, I87J at Raleigh Britt, N.was C., born rind | : wants. Fine line Groceries, fresh fruits and

noted to Williston with her

y flood lItany waters of these,in the beds(last. were few days.plantedin ((1n effect November 18, 1921.) in If1H:!. In !ADO she was married parents. to I vegetables. All kinds of feeds and ferti-

Southbound- Mi. Isom Ogden. Two years later theynovcd
low places in order to fresh
new ground, and the excessive secure rains No. 1 reaches Starke at 12:10: a. m.1 here and, made this their home I j lizers. Crates: cups and baskets. ,
I No. 3 S She. ,
raised the 11 02 a. m. leaves to mourn her lo-s four |
water, totally flooding beds .
,t r and In many cnses. causing the cloth No. 21, Cedar Key. 6:00: p. m. ildren, Jessie and Marion Ogden of .,

covering to Hoot on the standing wa No. 7, I imited, 2:16: p. m. 1'u''nlpano, and, Mattie and :Minnie'
ter. Northbound- Eden, of this place; two sisters. !Mrs We are selling flour under today's cost

No. 2 reaches Starke 4:15&: a. m : ?r' T. Hall of Williston, and Mrs. F.

TIIKUKS3A: ; :::! No. 4, 4:26&: p. m. 'i iVayne.I' of Tampa; three brother T. I

Theressa, .''oro'R.;: M. Ileweya No. 20, Cedar Kay, 8:6C: a. m. 'V.Unit Britt, \ViIIl-ton., of Micanopy, besides O. P. and host J. of(F Yours for Service I II I

a business visitor to Hampton No. 101, Limited 4:17(i: I'. m. r plativci| and friends. I
j hut weeknd. Wannee Branch I I
I The funeral services were conduct-
Mi i r i i s. J. .'. Oeen and little No. 101 lentil Starke 7:40: a. m. ed by Rev. J. B. Craws, of Lake I

( i son, if Crh;< 'mi were business visitors No. 10!? n.ri! Starko :3:1S p. m. n IMI:Vr.' and interment made in the N. B. HULL STARKEr
( l'! .. '., Sunday) t.
here '''ed.' -,1 lay. except :>:4 anta Fe cemetery

'411 Mrs. C. (!i. Man: 10, r.>f Hnni" *'t-n.i i.I T. J. GRIFFIN, The entire community extend their

.I) pent the weekend w.1.1 her mother, j Ageat i empathy to the bereaved family. -'- ,



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Ta ear s.etl..as. t6. .....tleln. ;tot.r.t.t.'t.F.t.s t.1.F --
null b. ._ than purtitt..l it .., BICYCLES REPAIRED )
, Mint contain tonic, all_..... sod I
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cathutM ...-- T And Bicycle Supplies Sold :\J.

I Bits of Local II Tutt's Pills .*. By t ..... ,;
I ,.. MERTON: F. CLARK. :*

Information POM... th.. ....II .., and .p..dilv STARKE FLORIDA *
i corer. to th. bower U.ir _ural :
,.....- > 4 1.a.a.a .a.r.5.t.'..+

Our Business and .... ---- --- Church of America. ------.. -- --- --- .'
Concerning People, Mrs. O. C. Johnson, of Americus The evening service was omitted ,\
Progres of the County and Town. g Ga., is visiting her daughter, Mrs. that the congregation might attend .
Bob Demorest. Mrs. Johnson will the revival services being hold in
spend the weekend In Jacksonvillewith the Methodist church; mid-week SERVEand
--- Mrs.\ L. A. Smith and will then
r I I I prayer service omitted for tho same
r'n.. C. Wall spent Monday in Jack, motored to Gainesville Tuesday af- return to Starko to spend two weeks. reason

sonville. tcrnoon.I I I.I ( Sunday February 1, Sunday school
i -- .i Tennessee Green Pod nnd at 10 o'clock: a. m.
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis spent.I j I I :Make out jour: list and be Giant Stringless Green Pod Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. You Will Grow

Tuesday in Jacksonville. sure to go to Stump's Sale. > I leans Stovall's Evergreen' Seed Christian Endeavor at 6:30.:
('orn-n.: Ferr>" !!! z.leedIt Doctor Tucker will have two splendid -

Covington Toole cotton. seed. See : Mrs. Sarah L. Hamrick has returned '1 i Bennett's Grocery sermons that will be helpful to This bank has found thai it has grown t
'I I the earnest thinkers of this community -
home after spending the past
J. F. Kickliter. I two months at Lake Wales with her I I I :MrN.. D. Wainwright: gave n benefit as they contain much food forthought because it has always mack a sincere effort ;'JI

I daughter, Mrs Nelle Hughes. I bridge party Tuesday afternoon concerning the most vital .
Last Saturday a son was born to, I I at the club house. A delightful afternoon things in tho world to Improve the to servt best the community in which f

Mr. and Mrs. Charlie J. Powell. I Mrs. S. C. Cornell, who has been I,, was spent( by the players at six condition of the human family. it \. ;
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F'i' 'tables, and also a number of tea "This is my commandment that ye operates. j
1.3 off Royal Society Packages I A. Scott, returned Friday to her homo I gue1 this week at Sternberg's. in Ormond. the building fund. you." John 15: 12. service this bank can render ,

I I Prayer meeting at 7:30: p. m. Wed its
customers is '
or community
Place Attend "hle nt before 4 :
Dr. W. E. l\1iddll'ton was a professions your orders early for Coving- Stump's nesday.BAPTIST'

} visitor to Waldo this.week.. i,I ton Kickliter.i Toole. cotton seed with J. F. stock I is picked over. j I "CHURCH lIULLJ'fl: done gladly. This l bank is an institution .,t '

I A -. for It is active and alert for the
Highest Sale in last fifteen I very interesting program including ]I The services of the church on Sunday progress. .:
i :Mrs. T. D. Clark, who has been visiting < a five piece orchestra, clnssi1 will bo of special interest to all. .
years at Stump's.Howard I interests of the entire ction. It
: is owned
'cal and music solo
her parents, Mr. And Mrs. N. D. popular saxophone Miss Emma Lechman, of Georgia,
-------- 1! Wainwright, has returned to her |r i''male quartettes and other delightful Homo Board Field Worker of tho by the people and its desire
--- is
Bracken, of the U. of. F.,, home in Jacksonville i features were arranged for the Musicale Woman's Missionary Union, will be greatest ,'i
spent Sunday here with friends. !: held) at the Woman's Club Thursday "
I -
I have herB.eiik to the
1 with us all day We hope to serve t people. J
Mrs, Hannah Swindel and mother night, January 29th. |. to the Bible school, which meets
A born :Mr., Mrs. If
son wax to and I
and Mrs.'' Delia lingua have moved !: l l!
Chas. J. Powell Saturday, Jnn. 24th. bark Wash silk dresses only $;).9S 'service r.
: to after
Hampton spending ::
_____ i I & I'
White Bermuda onion plants 20c several months at Stuart. at Sternberg's.The 'I I spiring message along: tutu line of her : ;jyl J
extensive work. Those who have heard!
per 100, $1.75 per 1,000. N. B. Hull. j :Make. out your list" and be I executive board of the \VOI"nn'A )i!I I Miss Lechman before will know what 'o, '?

sure to go to Stump's Sale. Club meets next Wednesday' to expert from this /gifted! woman.
Mrs. O. L. Beasley spent Wednesday I morning, February fourth at ten I At the morning service, 11:00: the
in Jacksonville. I Col. W. T. .Weeks and daughters, I! 'o'clock in regular session. All mem pastor will present tho second ser-

!Mrs W. L. Wall and Mrs. S. T. Dell, I bers of the board please bear this in mon in the series' on The Key to Life, BANK (
For real values go to Stern- ':, motored Tuesday to Cocoa, where mini! and be on hand promptly at the I and How It Works. This series is bns- OF STARKE

berg's. j i, they will' visit. Mrs. J. E. Wilson appointed !Hour. i ed on the striking story known to us L
The Bank of
-- -- Helpful Service
I as The Parable of thc Good! Samaritan. -
Mrs. O. J. Griffin wont to Glen St. !1 i :Men's work shirts only COci Attend Sale nt Stump's before This( striking: story is a mine of
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Mary Tuesday i at Sternberg's. stock i is picked < \-er. gold!, anti we shall seek for such nuggets -
I I I' as will enrich our characters and
Anything in the Teed line at; ,,; A pleasantly anticipated social affair R. S. Humphrey celebrated his I make more valuable our activities SlP .
liennetl's. :1 will be given this afternoon by filth; birthday anniversary last Sunday for God and man. r...' ... ... L w __. :.--. ,
__ {i' Mrs Lewis Allen Davis, at home, January 25th: nt his home on ,, The annual business, meeting of the ....::$ : -:lQ.r.f; ili I IyPY. :Ii' ;
Mrs. F. A. Scott spent Friday in'i from four to six o'clock. West Call street A number of friends church will be hold on 1'edn, ..-dny > s. rw 1f.J
I M.
Jacksonville with friends. I anti relatives enjoyed the bountiful evening, when n full atteiidnnro nf 1f 1
II| Strawberry Crates and Cups dinner prepared In honor of their I members and. their families, n lonkeil. "

Col. and Mrs. A. Adklns motor- handy to the shipping: platform, host's natal day. fur. Our auaunlocinl will follow. Ih."j.

ed to Gainesville Friday evening to at Bennett's Grocery. ,brinenetting.. ,
hear Gipsy Smith. I John I 11.! Byrnie of Nevada City ,'
II I The missionary society of the Cal,. has come to relieve Mr. Harry ---I r

Miss Dana Ripley, of Huntington, :Methodist church will meet !Monday\ S. Wiswell, as assistant to !Mr. Wy- [ ENTAWORUCOLUMN -, ,.
"\'. Va., l is the house guest of Mrs. 'afternoon, at 3-30:: nt the home of Mrs man, of the Forest Experiment Sta r j
Ada Sauers. j C. L. Peek, on West Madison street tion. Mr. Byrnie is a graduate] of the 1
i University of California Forestry ::

Don't fail to visit Big Sale' !Mrs.. W. Middlcton: has returned School.! !Mr. Wiswell goes to Mississippi : .r

at Stump's. |i home after spending several days in and Louisiana for forestrywork I >i1
-- I Jacksonville with her sister, :Mrs. in that section. I 'r"
Mrs. Jim Kickllter, Jr., Miss Josephine ,i May Jones, who is improving after an I WANTED--Chickens and eggs. ('inhpmd. "
Brinson and :Mrs. R. J. Davis i operation in Riverside! Hospital.I !. I, Every item In our big stock J. I"". Kickliter. 1-KMIt. I
motored to Gainesville Thursday. I J. on Sale, Stump's. I MTCiTWL1N .)
I I :\ and Mrs. W. M. Wainwright II I I FOR RENT-8-room house on South I
and Frances Demoree have to Tallahassee to street. Rent cheap. See F. F. Flume. /
Misses :Mary gone spend Mrs. A. P. Hoffman spent Thursday
of Gainesville, were recent (guests of! several months on account ofIr.! .' in Jacksonville with friends and 130tf. Comfort Cord

Mrs. Herbert C Ritch. Wainwright's business relatives. FOR S A 1.10-One good milk cow and .
heifer calf 2-months old. Apply to
36 in. unbleached sheeting I !Mrs. O. J Griffin Own Griffin, Mr. Hugh T. Ector scout executive of L. W. Kickliter Stiirke. l-2i-ff: You can now get
lOc a yard at Sternberg's.Misses 'land Mrs. R. J. Davis and Miss Ethel the Ocklawahn Council, Boy Scouts
[I Griffin motored to Gainesville Friday of America FOR BALK: OR RKNT-Five Room'
was a visitor to Starke tires for
Clara and Ine/ Moitt of; evening to hear the famous evangelist Thursday. I Cottage in Stark F. A. Pf at. balloon,

Jacksonville, spent the weekend here Gipsy Smith. 1-23-21.
with relatives and friend Ii .
I Full line of Fresh! Groceries The Sorority Sisters, a noted quartette -i FOR SALK-.Good] farm mulo by your present car
of female I, Dick Grillls, mile vast of Starke
voices will one
present n
Col. A. Z. Adkins spent several daysin i at ISennett's Grocery We deliver -
Gainesville this: week attending to promptly. musical program at the Gaiety i iI i on Kingsley lake road known as without changingrims.
Theatre next !Monday evening. This I Lacy Simmons' place. E. M.
professional business. of singers II Thomas, Starko. 1-16-41.
I group come highly
-- Mr.' and Mrs. H. E. Matt, Miss Irma :
Mrs. Ida W. Tatum came yesterdayto Armstrong]I Mr. and !Mrs. Tom Lynch Petersburg and to go fill from Starke to St. I F'OR -LE-Dalry cows, Jersey and I'I'I
spend a week with her daughter and Dr. Clarence Stoner all of Jack- several days.DEI.KAY. nn engagement of Holstein; young/ cows and heavy I
Mrs. R. J. Davis.Don't lsonVllle, motored here Sunday and milkers. Concord grapevines. C.
'In old. I
Fpn Vm.iltn/ 'Inf.r.wn.nt.| I
I w'reCue ts of Mr.' and Mrs. Bob MAN BUYS FARM I.etsch, Northwest of highway be- lag ,.....(.,,.. ,.1... yruily ,",!'n,' offcuiKlrnfi I
fail to \i-it Big Sale Demorest. tween highway and Heilbronn .>/Joll.iM In II.> onJ COT '
,. ..lh. Mkh,lmSomtan
10,11.-.h. .h. MW
at Stump's.Mr. Harry Bodenhnnier of Delray, I last Springs. l-lt-( 4t.Glt.I'TING1 Curd./".":JO'''. ll I.l e..-lr.
I E\ery item i in our big stock week purchased from J.\f.! Alvarez'' mjlnarf' loriin l I.InfliiuJlit
and Mrs. Edward Burns motor- on Sale, Stump's. a fiO-acre farm in the Wateroak have had 20 years only hall" lit*tniur, and Milt atSMITH'S
ed to Jacksonville Tuesday and spent I the sale being/ made through, section the- experience grafting nut and fruit olwe.. ',h..U..,.......
the j Mr. Mrs. G. W. real trees. Let me do this work fur you.
day. I and Alderman and estate agency of n. F. !Moseley.
Mrs. O. L. lieusley motored to Glen Mr.' Bodenhamer secures a splendid Charges/ reasonable. E. J. Lewis,
Suits and Hats are going at t St. Mary Tuesday to purchase palms farm the Wateroak section being/ not- Route:: 2, Starke. 1-23-lt.

reduced prices at J. Alvarez.. and plants for beautifying their ed for its fertile land WANTED-The lady and gentlemenwho GARAGE

Quality goods at low prices.T. homes on N. Walnut street -_- took Mrs. Strickland out to
I NOKTIIHOirM MMITEO RUNS Mrs. Tompkins last Friday night STAIlKli. FLA.
T. Long left Sunday morning[ Mr. and Mrs G. M. Bennett and TWENTY :MINUTES LATER from the depot after the midnight
fpr Cocoa, where he has accepted a family left last week for Jasper train to please call at Mrs. 'romp-
position with the Ford Garage I I where !Mr. Bennett will assist in Seaboard schedules changed last kins at once, as I left my coat in ..
I look inK after one of the largest plan- Sunday, but on this division only one in the buck of the Overland car --.- -
90 percent (Jrain Sweet Feed, tations in Hamilton county. train changes. its hour of arriving In Reward. I-UO-lt '
Sennetfs 1 (;iroeery I ___ Starke-the afternoon northbound
$3.00: per :Su-k.:
I jat Sternberg's. arrive at fi:17: insted of C:57.: farm, with two good mules, '
F. D. 'k real estate cultivator, hunch of cattle to pen, & RITCHr.EI'KKKKNT
man of Keystone Heights, was in r. I.etsoh, farming a short distance 811<.\\\ KERRY SIllI'. IF.XHI hogs to raise on halves; land high
Starke on husme Wednesday afternoon northwest of Starko, is supplying the INC1tE.tSING; and dry anti slumped., flood place : ; ; 'I'll J11CS'I'; ; LEADING
local I market with cauliflower A fine ; for the right. man. Will rent tir J lot INSI'KAM; I OAirAMCS, FIUK
'' spo< men of this. vegetable was. I left at During, the past week the shipments on pharos 'I'l.iro? near Raifnrd! A. ACCIDKNT.((( :: LIFE. ;, AUTO.MOIULE( ,
EtVrwear silk hoe as low as the, Hank of :Starke lust Friday of strawberries .showed u I II. AndrewI2'19'2t.! : :] BON UH, LIABIL1'PYADJUSTMENTS
slight increase the
pri'ifdingweeV --- ---
-- 79c a pair Sternberg's.!'\ I in quantity, and reports mdiute r. MADE: PROMPTLY
o' SPECIAL .Florsheim Shoes (, that the ,,
shipments will :
V..1. Griffin, "t Jacksonville, arid I regular $10 "sellervill be sold, at1! in size every day, with faxnaMcwrather 'W"'Il' Market
Mrs. A. E. Mi'Kinm-'", of Hampton, $S.I.B3.'This I; special, price Is r Hemingway's
were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. made to introduce this splendid fruit i.H good conditions Quality of the DKAIH nV Ins: In >'.\110: tH: an.I.I probably' mare than u hundred
Approximately H,
) -
: shoe value. J. M. grandchildren iiinl gn-ut-grandchil-
O. J. Griffln. Alvarez quarts were .shipped, bringim! : anoverage MUST// ('I.iSII'TS: ; On January I 11th death clmim-l, 1111''
---- ilion At his bedside when theJ01
'Htizen of Union county, furnwrlyi
We take care Mr. and Mrs. Paul K.: Canova, PaulF. '
and supplies.
Crates 24 crates of made 'I'hone I 19! Mr. Varnes mono iiirnc wen all bin children, th..ybein"
of wants, Hull's Store. Jr anti Dannie Canova, :Martha( !: peas up the initial i in'l part of Bradford county :
your shipment, of this 1 1M-I5 and II. O. und Harney Varnes, of
'and Billy Powell have returned from product, with ; JHJ.Ivrm'mJl: ( NitS born March( was I
Mrs. M. E. Edwards and daughter a trip to Titusville where they visited conditions' apparently !good for larv ORDERS: I'RO.MITLY within a month and a half uf being, Johnston. Lacy Vurnes of Lake Wales. ,
M"lss Alice Tharin Mr. and :Mri. Cunovu's daughter, shipments later. An average, price of 10( years of age. He was a Primitive Irving Varnes, of St. Augustine, his
Miss Mable and : Mr- George B. Flynn. $4.50 was paid. Crates of turnips and, Loin Steak Hi -2ic: liaptist, Consecrated member, and III! daughters Mesdames. Emma Moody,
START TUE other vegetables are /going out daily Round :Steak. Iti -.20c mm who was highly respected by aliI[ of Green Cove Springs! Alice Hog I
eanr.Yc / In increasing quantities. Daily shipment Roast. Beef, l''> --IS I ; & 20c who knew him. An old time kind, arth of I'alatkn, Lizzie. Howard nf I
e w NEW YEAR Biggest Sale In last fifteen of eggs will average 10 rases Slew!'\ Mi-.it. It) 10 & 12c hospitable, courteous gentleman ho Fairbanks, a grandson, Marvin bugger .
trwa...6wh RIGHT year! at. Stump's.Mi --- H.i. Turk ('hul);!. Hi .iOc was lovingly know ai: "Uncle Henry"in ', of gt. Augustine.Interment .
PRESBYTERIAN !Stew'\t 1<4. Ih u L'c I : old Confederate Veteran whoIl'rokully
+#t ORDER ONE: Mi-[' :- >' Church Mrs. V. L. '-- Pork Mam. II) -20c endured the hardships. in Swift Creek took place Friday at the '
Smdars; and children motored to Those who attended the Western fork IT _::50cOysterH ) cemetery a large
morning: ) the War Between the States lighting
relatives and friends
FROM( Eu-Saturday and were guests of service at this church last Sundaywere 4. quart _-7."c; bravely in the army of Northern Virginia being present.
their Dr. and Mrs. Barker. Funeral! services ware conducted by
cousins highly pleased with the m'- :Salt Water TNh. II) -1'Lt/c for four years and never received
Revs. Moody/ and
MRS.R. Mr"nrilers. and children returned sago brought to them by Doctor J. r Fre!<'h Water I'Nh. Ih I.c a wound. When the Reaper called Kelly.
F. CLARK: hnm. > f".t' Mr1 Church will spend a :Shepherd; and greatly disappointi,) Gad; SauxaRIfo 2"; clirrxikerfielil him he was prepared und ready to ben SEED l'EANI/18:
week -n Eustis. to learn that he was compelled to Creamery i the presence of hut Maker. He is

COX 312. '1 -- I leave on the afternoon train to at- Mutter Ih -;33c:) survived by his wife, seven children N. C. or Florida Runner Seed Peanuts -
New Garden and Field Seeds, tend to some other duties that had '1.00 per bushel (Four cents
STARKE Northern grown Arriving at White's I come to him with his recent appoint- : ALL KINDS: CANNEDGOODS : Sanford Meisch Realty building per pound) f. o. b. Lowell, Fla.
Store Tennessee, Green Pod beans a mont as a member of the !National ; ) : .1 being completely remodeled and II. T. HALL COMPANY.

Also Agent for the Hoover Cleaner am m'ity. l-18-5t. Executive Council; of the Presbyterian, t overhauled. 1-9-tf. Lowell Fla.ji' J '



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I Ij members visited this week. One member
;:1| Hall's Catarrh Medicine
has 50 broilers for mar
; THE already Those who art In H "run-down condition
FARMER ket. I ,, 'II notion Unit, itnrrh lioiherit them
FARMERS and FARMINGPAlt.MKKS I much more than \' hi'n 'they err In .,r>od
j Polk-Three scholarships to girls'' health! Thli fu I proves
GOES TO MARKET I Cntarrh Is a ttdl ,'nee, IIU"r'\ ; .I:;
short courses were awarded, at our InilurnT'1, 1'V' ro *",'"ti'>"f'l conditions. ,
SUCMi federation meeting this week. All I 111.1. rAT't'MI VKnirlMKi) n4e nI
OrNER pp000TS .
I Oomhlm d Tit'n'mboth i local i Intcmal.
AND 'IKLCktUS ARK INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE r3 Wa0t rLAa SEEDS / r j physically defective children in Wav-" .. rind has iwf'n mi ,'..Hsfui in the-
AllTIU.fcS: : OK KAKM EXPERIENCES: ; AND METHODS FOUND luGAa Ceops FOREST I BV V erly school have hud their defects cor. treatment ef "itnr-h.. for. over forty years
chops NONEY ETC TO ACCO0.3,000OOO Fold l b v II" rtruc-'T.
t TO UK UK.ST: SUITED:/ TO OUR COINTY, 790000000naeenaoo rected H.S result of our health survey,. (". J. Clu-:.. y rToledo.. Ohio.

Taylor Vnuted 25 homes this week t '

( NEW PLANT: DISEASE ANDINr : / I .. VEGE ANIMALS with a landscape gardener to Intoreslhomo help[ I\ PINE HILL '
i ?IoAa9ooas RAISED. plan yards and lawns; much
: ;-ET EM-KHT FOR .'L.A .\. EXTRACTS; FROM: COUNTY ; IvaooR in beautification work here. =
I i AGI N'1'S' REPORTS }r'weooa 1.397OGU,1100 I Pine Hill, Jan. 23 Thomas E. Old-

I field-vvoikcr).\ xpuciiilmt in trucking . CEREAL COTTON RAYGFORA10f- Collier-We have planned our home! ham and Jack Padgett of Graham
I has been employed by the Florida : Luke {, 3793AO40 (cCe1TON SEED FRUITS demonstration work for several I I' was the guest of A. C. Hall Monday.
II ,430.000.000TOTAL
-Grape industry still on 1 $'
I I. Agricultural' Extension Division, to begin I boom; quite an increase in planting rl.7 9.000.000 Sfl-OOaOOO I months in advance Gave two demon Mr and Mrs. G. F. Johns", were visiting -

I ', work, February 1. He Is M. R. [I|I, this winter; fine production and good .stiationii this week, one In reed sand- friends at Orange Sunday afternoon -

L Kn-i: (n from Utah Missouri, New marketing of lust Reason's his with tray making and in oilcloth cut .
4 crop work. A. C. Halt and sons, Clyde and Wil-
1 ork> Arkansas and Georgia. brought renewed intercut.I @
The work of this upociulist will In- I burt .spent Sunday with friends at

y I, cl ud.. visiting farmers and speaking I I Hillsborough-Twenty-six carloadsof I Santa'= Rosa-My club enrollment t t Hampton

I f at nn'etingtt of farmers, giving suggelions | xtiuwberries have been shipped to VALUE OF FARM PRODUCTS YEARS has reached 143) members ((209 by ac G. F Johns left Sunday for Plant

'. for the control of discuses I date from here, not counting those going 1914. S9.G95,000.000 1919 -23.787000.000 tivities) and yet I have several of th City where he is employed with the

1 and 1 insect enemies of truck crops in out by puny refrigerator. Seven larger schools to visit.Florida's Seaboard Railway.

i particular., He will also help farmers 1 1a '''curloadof cabbages were shipped 1915 .- 10775000.000 1920 .- ia 328.000.000 --.- -I I Misses" Clemmie and Lucile Hall
principal werE
a in lontrolling i Insects of citrus crops. I this week. Si I9I6-- 13406000.000 12402000.000 worth over $103,000,000 crops to the farm and others motored to Hampton Law-
ti' ThH contact with farmers will be J toy and Starke Sunday afternoon.
l i Duval-Entire; of la3tw'l.kll ..... rrs in 1921, according to the agricultural ..
, program 1917 1922 -14604000.000
: tin.
.; + I lofessor Ensign in a native of ,\ luncheon of Jacksonville realItrs 1918 oa... 1923 16,064.000.000 statistician. in ID and Lucile Hall were shopping
22.480.000,000 -- ----- -
t'tllh where he received his cducnt wan devoted to agriculture .., ,, .. fYUnY."iYw >
early "Trutkors e4.eeu4 Only by having high grade dairy in Waldo and Hampton !Monday ufter-
are harvesting of '
j on and experience. He later did fresh vegetables; local demands good crop for I During 1JC'i:: the' Amerl'-in: (,.rn'r,, iirrl, {.d| over lltlIfll.f1WII( ( < (>
ri" nrch work at the llnully Misxouri Botani them are strong and prices are fair. i and' II re "stork ,iiiilr' > aril poult I r> pr' '''ilints. frullB imdp,' 'inhlcs from the caring for them can tiny communit>' I j r ;Mrs. A. ('. Hall and daughter Eliza,
and studied
i io-Id at
Garden ( 'ulled 833 sla kern from 2,175: hens farm to the nuirkin The tntnl value r>f Hn niitlon'x fnriii. "input 11x5 $1 lO.HUV attain any worth-while prominence? spent Friday evening here with
j ( ninull (New York) University fort this week; this means owners will I ()(J() more than the oMlinated value for l)22!):!:! and o\er $ijlf/i.iHi4)HX' ) ) more than in the dairy industry.In I friends and relatives.
w" years, receiving a master of science :..
l save each month $20'J.ti'J: : feed and the value of the rll 1'1pro"u, on
from In addition selecting breeding hen remem
degree the latter. nearly a thousand dollars selling' 1021\ und 11)21:! the vs toe of tnrm priulm un* loner tlmn any year Farming is the noblest profession.
tn his college\ study and re- the xluckeis for by i since 1010 when the total vn/ lnf5OfKiKKIHi: ( ? I ,limo enii...nee, of lime ber )you want health and. vigor normal -
y of meat. M. N. Shondu, development, active and alert mill'viduuls No a HeaTthyChild
search he has hud neveral :
years United ,
t | who States Info' tlieVor1il \\nr pi'lin for fnnii "WI'|) nlniiint 1 doubled l In
)*', practical experience along the line of his, reported lust week has increased value.' In 1017 the' total value nf fitrm proiludH, vas 't 1I.I:11.IJOOIHIO.!> : ; < an Increase : trueness to type of breed, All children troubled Indicates with Worms blood have and an uni -

f i the work he is lo take up in Florida. UU to egg 117 production in 10 days from of $.").1(1.1! ; (H 111.1 1110 over the iirexlnus year In I 11I1" the, virtue hIf'l rplJl'hed2e.4SO.000IJIJ high producers of large, uniform am'I role healtuy there color'which Is more or ICM nomad poor disturbance as a

He succeeds Prof. John R. Springer by following feeding! recommendations : $ : ) <) and,! 'In I'lll) It VMIS entlmnti-d. nl' $::J3.787.iKiiiO( In 1DJO\ : ) the I'marketable, eggs' and from high GKOVE'S TASTEI.ESS chill TONIC RiveD mliilarly

who resigned several weeks ago: to and culling. i total value of farm pre, ''''harts locreused In (the one year inniv t than $.*>.l.nUO.OOO I:' ) 'producing' mothers. for two or three weeks will enrich the blood. Improve -
the dluogtlon and ret a a Grnrral Sirrnmh-
i I join the field stag of the State Plant Walton-Our truckers have 30 acres In 1021 thorp was n still greater rpiluctlun, I the total' viilup) ; li.ivlnu; dropped to / seine Tonic to the wli" system. Nnturo will then
I DOl1rd.I :! in lud.shes. ; now making large i $12,402noOnon. the Invest since 1018, Since 11)21: Million have been working/ I Buy a high-class/ purebred roosterif throw off or dt.pttlhe worm and the Child will be
I I i I meats and ruceivmg fancy ship-I. their WilY linrk In normal you want to raise chickens right.: In perfect health. I'lvaumt to take. 60t per bnttlu.

I TOMATO NAIL-HEAD! Hl'ST i Of this year's prop more then $2,000,000.000 worth Herr marketed by the -
INVESTIGATION: / 1 Wakulia-Our first carload of fat farmer's own business" orKnnlziitlons nt lie( iirtunl cst t "I'i niiidllns: ,. deports ;;
I STAUTEIIJ I| hogs were loaded and moved Thursday from 2.00O grain: PO..oicintl\c"| slum business toi.dllntt $.Mi.iKHiHX1.... ( ; 1,841 ibilryprucliicts \ ".ttJUlDE l IERTJLIZE8 BE MADE WE \OLLD\ MAKE I 11"Get )

The cooperative ;effort undertaken ; farmers are well pleased und or.;nnl/nllMns did<1 n liiiKlnons of Jltixiiummiii: I ) ; i.lvj iu.,, stuck shipping I Jaunory price list Mixed Fertilizers"SIMON::; PURE and GEM

: by the tomato growers of the lower there will be several more carloads OH8uolutloiis, *:2"''ll.riiK/.inii, )} 78 cotton rnojierii'lM's. IIIIIIHIIIIMI. (| 'slid" 14 tobacco : BRANDS"-now ready. QUALITY first. Fair Puces Prompt Shipment.

t' east coast of Florida to control nail- before the end of the season. i oruHnliiatlons $Ic.Oaatsd:! : )( duly S.3U of the 1<>.:I'm' nrm'; :/ tll.,". tune reported Not the Cheapest, but the BEST for re-ults. Also Insecticides, Sprayers,
head rust of tomatoes Is being responded ,' I I of nlileli< HO per nil were ['.irlmiiilK eagag''d; ', In sell'iv!' film, |ir"idui'Is. l i Dusters and Dusts.E. .
to by the federal government Santa Rosa-We shipped two car :
.J i and authorities. loads of peanuts co-operatively this I Jacksonville Fla
state 0. Painter Fertilizer Co. ,

1 The United State Department of week. ______ I I L The Future of Farm Land Values I
Agriculture has hud two men at work
i l\ladison-Spllnt the entire week
for several weeks "fho Florida. Experiment
meeting farmers giving them instructions :
Station also has had, two
experts studying this trouble for in the proper using and : COMPARISON or LARD VALUES WITH NUMBER or FARMER eANKRlIPTSPRICI

some time. Recently the latter institution mixing of fertilizers. CARD VALUE! DICRIA9t .AS.F.JI 4U eANUUf''ty PROU:JIr.Siiif: WiPER =Alm Our CrossWordHere Puzzle

I employed) an expert to supers ': Daker Visited several schools 1912 111I3 1E44 1045" ilia I9t1 IEN "lei' 1920 1921 2122 1m ,notnowaACRI i [

/ t vise field operations in dusting spruy- with superintendent of schools to ocortrsno I

,. ing, fertilizing, cultivating, etc. | organize boys' clubs; superintendentis eooon.

David O. A. Kelbert, former student much interested in this and has I
I of the 1 Florida College of Agriculture promised to do all 5500I I
/ he can to further --f.J---7- is a cross-word puzzle: ai- the shot three letter words or two
: and a world-war veteran, has it.
SI I / 5000n. ranged by Rev. T. A. Mo.ver which letter abbreviations, "no common in
: j been given thin supervising position.
many puzzles.;:;: wi.ll
J lie began: work earls In the new )year. Seminolc -Sunford celery is moving \ I will. give word chasers u merry. round igicnd mall)' a hinkin.hourC', thIs

Mr. Kelbert has hud wide experience in large quantities.Okocchobec 4 sea before it i" finally solved., It is a por- ,)U in laboratory and field work and has / feet with words interlocked
i .-It seems that tomato 70, 1 D00es puzzle tion too long-boi-ause next wn'k-
made considerable shady of trucking acreage will bo smaller this I throughout the puzzle and' enough with another new puzzle we will \pub-
problems mid conditions. l For the last / long words to break the iiVbii-tony of tin-
beans and peas are being planted on .. s IOQto. h-sh correct answer to this one.
year or more he bus been doing practical big scale. Watermelon will -J- I
and Held \vork.nvssi' acreage V
grove bi-
larger and caller than lost year DaooU
Ellrly- t-j; /
good land, good 4 2500_
A I I- seed. good fertili/or, right spraying JS0. JI

i l Demands of Ruxsinn. agriculture, at the right time,-altogether ought :t 1"\.0"\ ':tI J I _!!,OOO"i' is--- 14 ''eI
for Fordson tractors has brought another 'i' to bring suciess u the watermelon -: 1 -jl.--

j large order and shipment of ,I farmer 4' I .l""L. Lt00a I i i'I
.I < + aed
( Approximately 2',00; ()() of theMe power :: ;
Some ilnys mothers feel thai a' :\
I unite has just been made, it is announced may 1 fAp"' tR .... \000_ 0
thaw have not accomplished much, but ... --

The shipment by the 1.'ur..1Iotor also. !Included Company. they realize, that just being "mother1, '''' N.... ._. _. ......... '''''ND.'N '01) 'I .) s s t;, JQJ7
ti n IlIrJCeatock is worth a whole lot.
r of tractor parts for service and -- When fnnner,, lire tiinklns money" on their crops tip vnlue of plow land wfY

checks given in payment) for the order I sin was made lust AIIUI.tVh'n! 1100( runs hlitli and I h.nikriiptcles,i \ err ftItmerxe the Bllii.:!itlmi, and the bankruptcy tl il /: 43 i 4 fhi

totalled nearly a million drillers !j of tin-so tractors were delivered line takes n HtnilKht upward. turn Thul'H what In happening now Farmer ,
F7 ly A) $I Ii2
u One-third of the Fordsons were consigned Their i iriHcnt performance in the biiiiUriipteli' '' mi the Incruiso, land values arc! slldini down tile scale due

to Odessa and the remainder fields, together with the low cost anJ, to lie slump "f iiKrleiiltiirnl pricesluce, the w.irWlmt 5,)

i ? go to Novorossisk. icnnomi.nl operation, resulted ill time doc' ""S the I'nl lire Imld, for farm hind owners? In. tills the time to bay s e sti
I The first vale of Fordsons to Rust pri ("lit order., or sell?
;/ The 9enr+-Ihu'hock Agrlctilturnl Founilntlnn. lifter completing, a surrey of ; b.. ,. uJ lrpS
t _
I .
): --- liind. udnc.s covering a period, of sixty' years, predicts tluil high land values are U of

) coming, linck" and that wlililn a Oemdi1 fiirtn land prices \\\lIIIIIIln be on the climb.
"From the. dn.vs of the Ch'lIlr to around IfHN' ) rnrm, land values showed little 8 cn
,1i I s ,ilmnifo.. l..,md' nits rnndderpil, n snfe Investment Itp.lnnlng In 1IXK) ) values

i. Organ, lo rise, I b.\ I'lll |the|i nore |.iln> had' doubled' Still hind, continued to rise HORIZONTAL:: r
v\\\ clilcllj because. ni I lie nrlvance i in the prices of faun |protects. I. One of the Apostles. 7. Ono of "Pollj's pals! "

The war hieuxlit" higher prices for form prmlncts. crop mines Increased.The 5. A large country of Asia 8. Used to connect words'' and' sen-
re'.ult was n 'land brmm Ij! ll!>20 the average prlt-c uf 'land ppr acre was II. A sort of cabbage tences.

i sa JIM), $: dropped from :L'.om) In 11)17 tn 1, I 11. To "dispatch. 12. game.
During the ptoHperlty! period of the war many farms were bought Dnr-
li.:! To shock with terror. 14. A September holiday (abbre.).
ae x .'tF4H Ing the fluid hnoin It la esilinatcd that 10 per cent of the country's format'lntnged .
15. Large city of number 10. 16. A bone.
hands. Following I the war the collapse In |prh'<>" 17. To 18. An inhabitant of the air.
stink l'lItlIh"s tumlillnv for the first time In twenlv-llve years. Average annex. ,
plow land ''''''''''/1",1 In vnlue from, im average of $IK) ) ,per m,'re In IIr 20 to $(R1 In 18. To have existence. 19. Man's first residence.

: I !"'iI 111i.! : ) Crop values per acre rll (Tern $1\ In '1011)!( lu l > 115: In l'Jl! : )During the 20. A cutting instrument 22. Awakened.
pant! two years. there has been a unitlual Increase. the 'av.nnfe for 1022: being 21. Used to fasten shoes. 23. One of the smallest states (abbre.)

J-ii:: 'and last, veer Hie avoriiKe using tn $23.:! Farmer hMiikrn.tc\|.' proceedings In 2a. To be borne on something. 24. Initials of founder of Cornell

L These Features the federal courts. jumped front 1. Make per cent of tin 'land owners In 15: corn and wheat producing: states ID the upper 27. A boy's name. 26. Men skilled In u.b of guns.

Mississippi, rullev' lost Iliolr ("rills.In :28.! To point. 28. Openings.
'r Driving a ]Pleasure tvvenlv-ttM' \ > yearn the Failed. States should be pnnliielng, on a dnmestlc 30. A name given to Germans during 21)) A jeweled head-dress.

basis in prntl.1ly 1 : everything' unless production. maker\ material lniren"es, war. 32. To rest

for Buick Owners IVupIe nre nnivlns. from the In ml. Then the farnrtn'ty movement will reverse 31. Negative. 35. A song.

I ItsMf l.nl1'l1111"11' will lucre"ise with the price tevcN. rinkriiitcli'i|'' 's will decreitHO > 3!. In this or that manner. 30. A winged fooled, animal.

with the rise In lund vnlm-s,', The prosent! i.nd.\ n..'v In in-lit-n Is I delve 3.J. Dominus Nostur, (nbbr.) 41. A court of itinerant judges

This tiny eoniliiue dnnn fur ,i ilec.nle. Dnrlni' This ihnc land |priers may nag ::14. In mythology the daughter of Ina- .I I':.. To pull.

r Afrehnaeul conslderablv ttitt\ vvltti a return nf production |p:'bis'd i term Innrl nlll iru op. achus and Immune. .I.>. A not very' MIIOUS sickness.

lour; :Nhrrll4rake.: I 36. A cardinal point of Compass (ab..) 47. A trader.

1 j w.i made. ; fr..mllIreh. : 1 to Deccmbtr 37. Joined together. 40. No one else.

EXTRACTS FROM I 10 egginU' totaled 41,785, val1 38. Loaded. 50. A province of Canada (abbre.)
("rro HOME DEMONSTRATION tied at SIt'r'8.76.' ;! 39. A word expressing equality 51. Of the air.

: / AGENTS' REPORTS I __ 40. Initials of a late president,, 53. A part nf churches.

L I Esc'ambia Local hatchery has One who edits (abbre.) 55. Home of Ministers.

Columbia i promised to let my club members I'U. In music, 2nd syllable of scale.t.7.. Initials of Lincoln's Sec. of War.
Several club
: membeiH bought- and poultry have 10 White Wyandotte:; baby chicks Printers' measurement 50. Child's name for mother. I
set purebredeggs this spring in exchange for a pullet Past of lead. 61. A term used, to Indicate married
have week; two senior club members in fall; hatchery manager hopes to 148.' Large city of A.la-Minor. woman's maiden name.
placed orders for fine stock ,
und will raise fowls for make this. a Wyandotte county. 61. Present tense of verb to be 62. Child. I
Sufefy TnbTo breeding pur 52. A date on Roman calendar. fi3 An unejtplnded; .. nhell.
IntureContmouui poses. Volusia-:Monday 17 leaders. from fit.) Epoches. 54. A mt:' Sllrcmcnt. I

I various home demonstration clubs in :153. Table land.
Oil How Lake-Had a group of club girl.le"'o county met, in spite of a pouring : One of monkey family.

refreshments to new board ofrounty 1 rain, to outline our work for the year; 1:56.. Initials of inventor of cotton gin. Y L I E
commissioners> in new kitchenthe the program covers a wide of
I r \ board has range 60. To spoil polish on furniture. R A 0 R E D 0
i "'''tn".ioC"h"r..nr just equipped for me; j subjects.. 60. To sign up for service "
F r-1!.:* seeing! the girls actually working in I _
\ 63. Of "lions'
i h.+t ControlS the kitchen gave\ commissioners an I Citrus-Gave meat apninw demonstration 615, A fleet animal.den" :fame. 0 T3 R 1 A F R

idea of what the kitchen at Pleasant Grove Thursday I
will be used ;
66. One of the Hawaiian Islands. M A E D +" A
for. canned meat of 10 hogs' ; demontsrated -
S -- 67. Auction.
seven making and canning head cheese, 68. ART T E N .
Duval-Met clubs this week; sausage, meats from ribs ana! other Upright. .
LAKE CITY BUICK COMPANYJ. poultry members are studying benefit bones; used! three pressure cookers 69. To reside nE( 0 h! B G

of early! hatching and care of: nnd a burpee sealer. VERTICAL
M. Smith, Manager. chicks. Nine boys are working on 1. A native of Japan C CREAM E

Baker, Bradford, Columbia and Union Counties fireless cookers ns club projettsOrange j Holmes-Club girl reports\ making 2. Of the camel tribe. E H ADD I S '
I, already $6 from baskets she learned 3. A general of the Civil War. i

/r When better automobiles are built Buick \\111 build them --Our poultry as..o,,mtion how to make in club work. Purebred 4. What the sun is sometimes called rt E E L E A T :;

met I Wedncsduv ; marketing report, poultry i, being bought by 22 club 6. A small bed. )


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FLOK1DA WEEKLY INDUSTRIAL .1 STINGS'FREEFLOWER I Report County, Florida, i I I I-.,.,efn. sir r :S u'rtnorrnvl, !>,..I i don, ?stallKoad"" I), en'nnl..1101'I i ,' ,, ,, l-und' Inn I ', 1! 1 .I .",
REVIEW For Six Months, Ending December 31st. 1925 \ unUi I''. nciut-d lo..n.1 from, lint,). of Stnrko ,._ u ..n.. ..n. _.___ _:_ .1'o

.I, Tl'llll' 'IVCtlptH, u' .n.u.__... .. __._... __u ?|;1,IIM "I
. e a. o e g
Ellentuii-\Vator street clot; op"I1.1 G.: F.H.\L rl'SDr Jlll' I I. 19 2 II' U8Ul'HSBMBSTI

y r I"i,:> ;th Rforlxtd (",,,, t. U UIIVI-M. 'rnvs Pri'lulu .
ed and -- -- t',1"1 0 t"I nn road material .. ___ ._ .. ,
< impriwtl. : .h. .._
lu. nth II.", 1\,1! <,,u tax Ut Mm ILII I ; I I M. ry. Freight road material __ _
SEEDS ; \i Mint :Ih K.WM-J from K W. HuyiH. Fnxc .. . :: I" AL ., .n.h ,52
.-. "U3\ :: "-'-- jrr inht on nod .h',181 .... __._. .
Plant City-Locul; growers receive, <\'.,01.' -Inl. IUcpl\wl form S. 11. Ptpt Gas; tax ... --. .. 1.1"SIx, K-, Honda: Snuniih "nl| t>mt C".. KnKr .: roa.h- 4"aJ ._ _____h__ I III
end.. lih' H.''." 0.1 fm Kv; HIOII. Tn....i. .. EUKt Mn'ida Sn,lnea Ji cruet, .1, 13
$14,000 liam l Hastings' is\ nil; >MR; away Absolutely ------ ---- -- - .-n -I C", Four .:.1. ".1 I force avomutt> _._ .
3-day berry shipments. 5 Seed Packets of Beautiful ,S. ,lit lllh" ItiKHnid 1' from .:. w. Hayes. Tuxea -__. ._ : :::-:_: ::: 34.15" "cllnln A Hand,... 1'iiRiT rt: nads I |i'I'. 1 II I n .h _._ I H
Free, 4 i rt..6)h I ) R.*.* h..d from S. K 0"1.1. Gee tar for July _.- I,:.1"H A "nn.li! r.. Kne-r: Ijt., mail I L I!. 10 11 I.. 14 *I I III .a
Veto- -Finns formulating for construction Flower to each 1!>-T> customer. Hast I Oct llth Rt-Cfivdl, from Cmnptitiltt, ._-- -.._.-.-_.. .. .- _. i.; 1.. VV t.iat" F'ns', 1'1: Slat lt.,1 u _._ '."_ l .1 't

( of $1,000,000 hotel at Liber ings' beautiful new 112.pago. 1925 Oct. 11th.1 Rw>ol\nl. from E W. Il"vt'>. Taxes. ......._..__. . _. _. "nj. 1.1 I.. M,. the' Knum: .;01 stiilo)' Road -. .. .,_.u._ __.- 14.1'ill lit' n
full Oct J.'nd. Reci'lvid from O. E. MrUod .h__.__ ---.. __.. -- .---__. a 11nol. J r lidmmMi. S,u ,.h. \h ._ I
Park. Catalog shows these flowers in JTth Received from R. . :::: :-: l' A. l-ulcli h '" -- I 14W'
ty S Dept Oaa tax for A\IK 1.511'm 0 Ineidi'iilH'ii: a. II. U .. ..
natural colors. Tli..> front cover pic- f>ct. J7ih. Reci'lviMl from Auto license tax _..._..?.__. P87.' I'. A. I inch lii'i'irllttf liiml'i, .and prime .u.. I ,7
Milton Electrical refrigerator ores the great Stone :Mountain Coiited- I Oi't. J"lh. Rectlvid. (rum Lumhrt, fur camp 12 --_. _- .--_--:::::::::::: 2852 J. W WliitiSon.. (Jin,.i""li. ... .-. n. 1 I'I'I I 17I

erato Memorial Nov ih Reelv'Hl from E. W. Hnyea. Taxes .-.__ ?_..-_? _. -_ "It'l J. I. Iii:, I ", 4nlur> mil i I. i.imn,. |It I I'l ::::: ::::: : 'I, 15,
manufacturing plant to be established Nnv J4th Ruct'Uid from Han tax for tI PI. _-- -_-_- -:.::. _:. 151' H Andt'nmn t* latnuiSui,<,.,,, H .. in
in Moneyway building:, i This DIp; Seed rtnnk l Is the Standard I>rc. itli Received from E. W. HnyM, TaxotPec _____ ______.__. ._ ___ __.._?. _. ._. ?P.I,1n )V' .F.. Torod','. ","I"I 1.1.x cnini,> I I. S H. I ll u .- ...... q u! ?la
Planting Guide, with valuable culture I unit I Reci-iMul from Auto I cenne tax -_...____?_,__ .,. ___ n.snPic IL T11nm." fence ,frost ,. rends.) I I. .1. il, _- -- .- .tu' .n'U
: directions and accurate descriptionsof .lllth., celviHl from Comptroller for tax redemption. ._ ._ -_ MilS J. w' Ivtar.K, !liu.k.n, cur it*. .. .-.. .. b;
St. AuKUatinc-Building permits all kinds of seeds, plants and Die 27th. Recehod from S. R. DcpU Gas tax for Oct. _.*__.?.._. 1,637.1Total : t"u HIM.) ,,. I.nlx.i. ,,u f coca, gang ,,",id J __-. '-i: ; "IDi ai
1024 totaled $604,943 I hui: I \an OIM.\ Lah.r ? G'no n -
issued during RUUII 1 .
I .
1923. bulbs It has overTill' pictures from RecelpU -.-.---.--.........?..?..?....-._|13S1.I.79 H. e. ';r>.,.., I.aKir on fenc,. rung Kind 'J __ _: .s- : .. : :::::::: -:: i .mill"u
increase of $218,117 .
an over actual photographs and Is bigger and llcniy" labor oil feme
I DISBURSEMENTS C'II 1..1" gang road ... h ,. -.-. .- I I ,Ds '
better than over. Urim.full of Informa- JULY 1ST l 1124- ('. ,. Labor. on f'nca piinir' + "ud I J -- .. _h_, o'lOO

Bradenton-Actual construction of tion, ICs the most useful Seed Book A. A. Durdun Exp. Trunti-o mcetlnc ......-_-_-..._____...I a."0W <> H. ml'I. SUI..I., s : ... n'h 'D
$1,000,000 state highway bridge con E. f"rs'rk: Exp, Trustee meeting I .......-_-_-. -.-.-- ... S.nilHank :: : F:. I. \' I.. Ir.l',. t I.\, ,tm.il -- .--.o--. :370 n0':
ever published : : \ .
Payroll ... ........ ..... 20.: uKnuiroril ""I. n0|)
necting this city and Palmetto to You need It for rowdy reference almost County Bank Payroll I .-. 2 .2 ?. S A. Culllim Salary.., nitinm Inn, I to July :,lli :::::: :::.: Jl" ,

start at once. dally Do UfO to write for It C. A. Futc.li.: Salary for June -::...--...........-.-: ::. : .1 J.,I. T.T Uiiliiliv Qlliitliv. il llnulilltf'". td lc ",.unlhn,.., ,,,.,.1'., 1 ...---. -- I ISi
p'| I ? .
J, W Andrews Son Store room rent 10.00 .1. I ''a
boulevard\ today; a post card will do It comes 0 W Hlnion Riipalrlnii' bridge -.--- --.-- 8.00: Smith' 11'''''. .Siu,,,,, _. _' ::::::::::: .1..1 I l

Tampa-Gundy to be to you entirely tree by return mall.H. Light A Water Plant Liiihla fur May and Juno -....- 2 70 And"v Walnwiliilii. .SUIM.II." ', "I .II. ''' __'

paved from Bayshore to Gandy bridgeat yltk. t I1if.it: A Co. '. on bomb:: of TuroOf. Ritch. Dunlun -...- 1SB:Hi) Stark. 1'.1 ? .. ... -- lul.4,
G. HASTINGS CO., SEEDSMEN P C Joma McCormick Dt-vrlnv Tractor 1,188.72 Ira.o.t County I'anoll, h -. -. .,_- .,:noel,
cost of 200000. AUGUST 1TH 1924- Wiiam.' K''p"' .. .'uu\, ,,,.1 lilt., rial n '_ h'_ 7',1

\. A. Purdpn Exp Trtmtecu" 'meeting .... ____. 3,00w < K. M. "I'n"., 117 fence I""' 'I u _. h.' Ii 111
Orlando Plans formulating for ATLANTA, QA. E. Torode Exp.! Trustees nlif>tlnK I ..-. -.-_. 8.00 AUGUST T' H .1i.J4 "II'1 road .- :.:: :.::: 0.00

construction of 12-story building. J I, C. Cone Exp Trustee, tncvUnir __.:-._____:: 5.00gfM.Hfl: .
Amlt- A WnlnwrlKht I Suppllea I .. .... Eat Florida HnvlnK* A Triad) ( I'm i i ,midmad.) I _h. .I) : ,
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llnnK; :: of Sli>rl.i>. l' yroll ., .,._.:: 157.32 East 1"101,1. SnUlu.ii, A Tnwt Il. Fiium: IVi 1. 1 ,h I 1, -.
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JOrtNWHlTE&CO. M. I"n-lkhi .. .
on mad ud I
Avon Park-Work to start on $375- Clt "" 1 ;
DiuJford" County Bank, Payroll _. 120.63 .n
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ll r. Junm, Supplier 24.4! L M. Gray, Kri'liihl .. rond ntali-rliil. .__ .. I :. ,. a
000 street paving project. IOUISVU.LI. KY. :itt. L. M. Gray. rreuiht on road miller .. .
) \ C Summer*, Flxlnu bridge ._ 2,00 II' __. ._ .I.1, I
....b .... i. INTI .:=( ( : S. Killiy.I Tinm) A Inlnir on Wnldn-road .. ::-: -..,. .. ::::::: 10.00 L. M. Clray, :n",.. rCatlmnln S K 11 1.1.1 I h"h. .___ .. 1I. 1\\ ,IV

Tampa-$3,500,000 spent here for <,,.,.< ............! ans';1ft'iiEJi.r. ?' I!. H Hnunid. Labor' on Weld' road J 002.HO)) .Eat. M. all Vala. 9.,,0 Iw S t.. 'I I I'rontt: Lobai on Waldo road ._..... .- ::::: : 1"I"rhl. Sii\mm ..1 In. l<;i building ail construction purpose J I H Hlnrn. I.Blmr on Rmoltvr brldito All ) In.t Florida, Mm hift A Triwl u. KIWI; ,*. 10.1. nods 4. -. "< h_ I ". n
in 1024. Ba Fs :.1:I J.: Jitmex.: Labor on Drooker: bridge: all -- -_.--- ------ --:._----.-:::: lUgJ. l thirldii SIIMIIUK., A Ttiist., tv ritial, Ket mad uumhvr', i ,iAtlaniA _. 11 l "n

> M. Neaten l.iihoi c.n IlrookiT bn.lHo till! __ 'u _. ___ uhh. 1.60Wnlrr Sand iPnitrs ent r".1 I ItAdams . 1 o I I
,_ I".h i n',. FlOru.: est. mmi I. II KAdnms I.' I .:
Whit Labor on Rrooker brldKf (111 .. 2(10( I
Dr8el'nton-$1/00Ooo/; county road If I II. Crawford, I.nbor on UliK.liiT brldiiu flll- .uH h" h. .. .h_ 0. lo A SnitdriM'tuir, ( *. ill. mad*. I !. ", r. ;. l In i iAilanm I 1 I. I
Habitual Constipation, CuredIn HU' & >"".1,-,N. l-itur; ,, set mails, I J '", ., 10 .
bond issue to be voted upon February II II. Hue nnl Labor on Waldo road .. .._ '._. T.II"" 1 I
14 to 21 Pays C" \ .I'lmtcli. Movmir barn A ftnn. ._..u .uun..h. -- 4001 C. A I ulch. I m idem'. .. S. U. U 1:) __ s 1
23. .. .. ._ ""I.Oil C A rmeli. lii"i'i ctiniImnliir nn.) prime i q
"LAX-FOS Wllll I'El'.Iw: a hpt.via.lly .In' *. Ri'Mlir' Luunr on Alliuiitor brldtci"* _.h U ..
LIB II,..I,.,.. ulior on Ki'ddinK' brldKo .. ._ T.OOW. )) J \I". Ga..0; tl.) 8. I 1 IIII __ ?_ ,I s
> >. < .mveforll.,iluumlConslipition. - __ .
pl't'pl1reIS'rupT. n i R. lint A I ) road l'
ksonmllr SprinKltolii-At1.int.il' F 'formli-, Null fur Itvildlnu, bridge ._. -u. ... ._ .__ hh. .WlU .
: : It rcliiM. > pn>m|>lly in id J. W. OnnliinM, Labor on road II __ __ ... .. _... ... ... .W) J. W. \\ hitSun,. MuillctiI | | .- '..
Hunk to start i i m media constitution : ). C liin, .. |i ". M |(. tl: ,
should Ins tukui n.ki.lmli: for 1 1 to ::1:\ days K W. Ibis us foals & LalMir on n'.lid II ._ .. -_ 22 SI 1 I 11\.1. ill\
of new home. to induce regular IK'lion. IiStliiiiilnusind ('. A. Piilih Salary tor July' ._ .. _. __-_ .... __ 78.OH 1. W. .eII"; ; 1.1.| | W road. I ._.. ,o t
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i (1! fentiii .
I Regulates. Very Pleasant to Takw COc .). F Colliy Rutmlrlnir road toolti imainlcnnnci, -._ -. .-- -. .. _- --_ 2I.)4J. :8.00) :. W. Iliiyt. M"lno ftneimad.wl r I h_ .. rnI. "'.
) Lumber
Tnmpu-Northern interests secure per bottle. I W."I.w.IVrMim. & Son-Stun room rent _._ .n... _--_ -.-.___ .. ___ 'toot Ira I'lnholuti. MoUtiir fence mini I ... . .q
10,000 acres near Old Tampa bay; 1 .-- -- .I. B, I development of tract to IaCIftaQ\\)QSO1tQ6x't7TwICK051t7 .w"ONiID'7 J.... 11<- nol.I.. Labor on McKlnitoy brldiro .- .. .fM It.. it. 'riiuntiiH I'Vnci puslH riiad ]I. > it. I'.7
proposed Quigley Ilioom Co.
J Dlx I I from road ntaktiniir 1"1.1. I''dl'
ciftt $';0,000,000.JllcksonvilleMaln. COFFINS & CASKETAnd 3 Stuthu Mr Ti'kpliom, CuUlnir, C Ion l... Phono aervlci--* ----- :--.-::-.-:_'::::-_':::'::::--.:::_':-- ''- '> __ h ._ ,looAadrrsou'a '.

I n. W. ainwrlitht.. Cutting loil from rood ... _.-. __ .. __ _-. h ___ -. (iaiaiie Hupitlitw" .. __ ._. h _._ 114 i
Street Baptist Full Line or v: Itonil PrUHt.r. 1'runnftr( amt. Dahl from pond I Fund, --._ ._-. .._-. u_ ... 100.0,1 Slarko Ice Co., Lumber A Shingles n--_.._ -_.. ._. _.. ... rdt';
II 13.00) Consumm lumber' Co, SuDHen ..... I 111 U!
church to launch $150,000 buildingsprogram : UnJtrlaktr Supplies Wielta I I. H WillluniH Rite Co., Iliiinlrinit Rrnd: ,l work fond_.SlatktIn.Lnwlty: :::::__:- ::::::::::::::::::. 111385: f' ,llinkllis\ : KIIIINS| nn nampii:::!: mod-materialI ) ; ::::._ J 7S

Uniilford, (.... Telegraiih Blank paper, A aUierliiiln Uu.__.____-_... _- __ ... a.oooEI'T.MlnR .1.I K. Johnson RII'I.I..o . .. .. IInl
-- 2ND t.24- H. A W. II. Iln. ( Supidle cnitr. dept. .___.. .. ;.1 l "'I

I AUTOMOBILE HEARSE .1 I U. Cone Exii. Trustee m..tloa ..... .... -_.______-_ .00__ ___...__. .__. 0.00 J. t.. IririK, Head fun'num. Hillary I month S. K. I II I ,_,_. Is -;
Tllv/\I'-Definite taken toward Multifold" Creamy Hank. .
steps 75..0)I ) .1'.1 .h --_ 1.0"
l' ". Ftitcli, Sulu for Aug----------------------------------------------
hand. The bent
( cMtoblwhment of ]local chamberof Always on H" ). C. JoniN, SuppIlMSlarkc y .__ __ .__ _._. __ .n. --__ _.- -_ .__..'___ B.na Monk nf Slniki'. 1011",11. "___.." ... h' .. i I'SP.Nuulh' ,
tir: at the lowi-ot prices Sprll *- TelrVhnno Co. Phono service -.---. ..00_ ____.___-. __._....____ .>" llnraiie. l"I'I.lh' .. ... r.lfJ
com mine.Fort altfnUon to telegraph or- I. A. Wynn---------------------------------------------------- 118.111 I, I AnI.Wnl"rl"h.) ul.I. ......... ._ ... .-,,

.1,. F Collp Repnlra on drnir .. . .00..__ ______ ._ n___ 6.00) tJITIMIIR
Piurcc-Over 400 carloads ofcitrus a". Registered Enibftlnsrr.DeWITT I.. W. Wnlnwrlirht A Son. Ltimbi '00.'"_ .u ..._u_____ .-. _-__._-.___.__-- 4* *4 ;. .. .Sa\lnm A Tiust Co, Ent. Eat.l. mails I A 'I, ..... 2 'I-T.IIJ

A. K..: Wall KepnlrlnH Ile.Bent road ,'_' ''n_'_ __--_.-.__.._. .-_..____--... 500 Adams A Sander, Knurn Kt B, 7 ...h. .I'ld.I r
fruit shipped out of St. Lucic J. W. Andrcu A Son Store room rent ....._00. -..___..._..___........__.._- 1."" .Adam A s.h'ro.. ICnum K., mail 10. 10 ... .._. .. i.unit.3
county prior to January 7, C.: JONES N. r. |1..>,a. Liibor on road ..un.. _____-. .-___._...u__ 600l. Adama A Hlln.I, Knxi. K.l. mail 2. I ..__. ._ _. _..__ _. a.\II.11\
g1 W. E loroilu., Phone call -.- u.u__..._.___.._.__...__. 6 Adama A Handera, I'I"ro. Rsl.. n"d A, ______" _. .
awardedfor STARKE. FLA .1. S ,,,"...n. Lumber ._.. _._.. __.__ .. -_u_-___.______.. 111\.00 I I. M. (troy ."... .1. a ____ __"-_'h_" "_ _'_ ."h_ 11.111120
New Smyrna Contract Jan. RonU'r. Labor on Sandiraon road ....__.h__... ..__.______.._.______.___ 2.00 I I.. M. Or"". Knurs: .:.1. 8. II. Ill: __ ._ _..__ __ "_n_' _,,.. 11.1"8.' "
erection of brick building; on Canal KytppCJ CK3tD d1R1f OKe'nt'DIM'. ,1. C. Siimmir Fill Hi Fetch branch .._.. ____ _-.-. _-.-_____....____..__.__ 10500 C. A. Fiitch. inspecting apI, ,plllnit Ilmbr ___ .-_.-_ "_ ..._-.... ?_ ._ 1.Tri r

] street. Wlliy Hniilford. ) Kflli-y County, Repairingrond Teli'iirnph. AdvcrtUlnil 6 _-.) ._._ .-.-.--". 10800 I.on Wynn R II.i Thomas A Walt., .num.ri-neo(ins post A mad oil I S. I k, ,18, _T-_::::::::-.:- ._ -. -:::::::::::__ ': l.t I 10
A TONIC KIU.HI Gradir Mf Co, Draw ._.___ 17460\ J. C Cone, Kxpenseii KelllliK) rl.hln'Wo" rulut 7 u__. h ..u.hh. 801)
Tallahassee-Contract to be awarded llnnk of Stark.. Payroll" ... ...._.- 17800 Wa.h ( ,'n. IHtrhlnit rood I _._____._.._._.. .n. __ __._.__..h._ ._ 501)) "
drove's Tasteless chill Tonic restore. lliii.lfurd County Bank. Payroll 12ft.1I0 N. n W.llwrl"ll. Servlci ..rhl.) d.e road I .._._ ...__._______ ._ IHI.IIK'
for construction of bridge across and Vitality by Purifying! and A. A. Dutdtn. Kxp Trustee mcitlng -- -___....._. 8.00 Con."n.. I..mb'r l'i., S"" ._. .._...._._.? _n? _____._____.__ 7.HIlino '
Escumbia river.Cellar I Energy W t:. lorodo Exp Trustee mcttlngI { ?--.-- -.... .-- n.00HOe.HO K. II Nelf Rnitlne,.rs salary Ailitllat ._._____......._.__ .--. ____. : .oo

being Enriching the Blood. When you feel its .Qulvloy. W, Andrew Irfn. Jr.Co. Ford Dump-body truck .and cab ....-_.-__.... .-.. 10000 II 1 I.. W A W I'lnhiilsler, II: ; Co.' ,l(I 4aDl.llee I; fenco enjtr mad dupl: I.I.---::: : : : : : : : : ::: nuKmllh' :::
: effect howit m --
Keys-$500,000 company strengthening Invigorating see OCTOlim Till 1921A 10''''. Ruphllis. / . .._ _.._ ___n_ .. ID.H

organized to erect hotel. I brings color to the cheeks and howit .\. Purden. Exp. Tru.teo mn'Unit -.---- ".(ln Amh..I. imago, MuiiplltH" ) ...n..u.n_ ._.._ ._n_ _...u____.._ 17.41
W Cs.; '1'0",01'r".h'/ | mi'ptlnK' .____..-. 3.UI flank uf Hlarke. I'ny "I ._.n n.._._.___....._ ___ ._nu" IIIT.III':
will -
Bunnell-Work started 1 on further Improves the appetite, you r Con. Bxn., Trustee mevllnit -.......-.-- 500 nrndf.ird, County Payroll ._ n'?__' '_'n.. '"_ _. n :ill 0,1117J7I I
appreciate its true tonic value.Grove's .1. A. Iul.h. Salary for September .-.- 1<" .1. W. Andrew Jr. HupnlliHlolin ) hU ._. ._ _._.-_ .n.n.
improvement of Central avenue 1 H. M. Moody. Ib'pairinK McKlnney bridge __._._..___._._... j.9"I8 freWH. I 1'i-nolnu road 5 _.-.. ._ __ .. ,. '_n u '.14.IIORIIO '
I Tasteless chill Tonic Is simply H V Wiekn. h.-i.nlrinn brlilm ._-.-_..-._.-.- '" Rail 1"h'r"l. Having* A Trust Co., Final, e.lmat road I ._ _u" _ .00"
Jacksonville-Two new office build Iron and Quinine suspended in syrup. So D (.'. Jont. Ono McCormick Devrlntt Traelor -..--- _-- -- l.llw. iRrailford '- .I, I'. 1'1. MnvlnH Tenetritad IIV ou __ 11.:III
8.44 Cast( !. Saving A Print Co. Kelulnvd mud ___ 1 1.1,16.12,
Letter chaste 10.11" Ilranla"o I
County Telegraph -
ings to be erected at Hogan and Mon- pleasant even children like It. The blood J. !" Colley. 1 1 chain _..h..d. .nd ___..-- lUl(l I I.. M Itonln.'d, perci'ulaito H II. 1:1: ..'U__'_'' .... ._._?_ In. ")11.11

roe streets. I needs QUININE to Purify it and IRON to Stark) Ti'li) 'phone n"Inl'ln"Co" Phone service ____._-.-_.__...__-__-_.___.__.._.-__._-_ .7 I.. M Irny. Retained. II'r"I"IO S. It. Ill ______.___._ "u_ _. 11.,1'.11'

Enrich it. Destroys Malarial germs end J. W. Andruw Son. Store room rent _...............-.- 10. OCTOII ill -
0 F Youim. (.I oil ._. 0.00 I.. M (iray, 1'1'1"110 rood malarial ..n_. __-._ _. u___--. __ __ 1.,,7.-8.11
Tampa-Plans completed for construction Grip terms by its Strengthening, Invlgor- Russell Grader Co..Throe way wheel drag ___.-_.-..-.- 114.n" I.. M IrAY. on road malarial _... _ ,_ _._ 4.7 -Mil

of 25 bungalows in Semi. atlng Effect. 60c. J. I'. llcnjnmln. chain. .__._---.......--- 8.6 Ku.l I' Savlnu A Trust Co., Knur Esl. mad I n_._ n IIHIMIlon.00
) ;. R NilT.. Kmrrti salniy Hiplimlier __ _.
P C. Joni'n. Siinpllc ... - .n
nole Heights dis&nit ut approximatecost VV E. Tiimdi.: I:Ilex A oil .- -- -. .'" Adam A Hnndi'tn, Itftnlnid) pereentaffo road 10 n___ 1,0,0.15|
of $3,500: each. SEABOARD TIME: TABLE J W Andr.w Jr Supplies I --0.63 Adiuna A SandiiH, ling: ," cal moth II, 14 u"__ __ II'o.IS
Bradford Hank.(? Payroll- --- --- 07.70 Adam A "aildi.m. "':"trr.. IK. mail i, K,1. u ..._ '. .
County -- -- -
---- -- --
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charters for new Hunk of Stork.. Payroll -. ,__ _...___._______..._ 13.110) Adama A Mandi. Knurs: ,. tst. rnail I, I ._ '__n 007.70,
Tallahassee 1! (In effect November 10, 1921.) NOVEMBFR 4TII 1D14I Ailatn A Ho.ler., Knurs: set. road in u _Un 1110.41

banks and trust companies grantedby Southbound- C lonm. Supplie ____ _____.__... ._ __ -_-_.__. '.60 M II. Mi oily. :111. fun,. pimts rand 5 -- -. __ _._. 73.1
during 1024.\ Morris llryun. Culling\ log In .u.u road .___hUn_. __ _..___ ._u .00 I I. W. 1""h.I..r. M'lvlnii fene-e 11.115
state comptroller No. 1 reaches Starke at 12:10: a. m. .1 1,. II (.II..I.I..I. Work on roudI -_--_ -_ ._ .. .. .u--_. -.__._._ 1..0. I,. II Vurnis, 1 II fi.nee post road I ._. ._-. .. __ .. '..11J.

No. 3 11:02: a. m. .1.I M. Riddlnh. Work on I.awtey .A Ralfor.l _--__ -. _.__ __. ... '. F. Horn II. Slnlclilnu fime mini HKill u_. _' ___ 18.10
Sanford Meisch Realty( building! S N. Howard. Work on bridge .____-__._.d_ ._ __._._.-__ .._._ 8.nO : Curtis A Kimker, nine Irlnl. ".._.. _nnn. __ .._ ___ _. 60
being completely remodeled and No. 21, Cedar Key, 5:00: p. m. W E. Torode. Niill ._. .u. ...-- .. ...__. ...__._..__. ..__... .42 I.. II IIII). HorurittK rfuht-ol. U. ..u' ..... .._, __' I .01
I No. 7 Limited 2:10 m. Inmnn A Ritch, Prem. on bond J. C. Cone ....____._._.. -____ ___. _?.__ AedA It A. Week, Moll" feitre I"m. ito .n'. ''_' n..u 12.I'l
overhauled p. A. Puritan. Exp. Triuteo. .. _, _-.___....__._. .___ ..____. 8.00 III: John: .,* on foreman -...-- :1,111l'onsusnnn
I Northbound- W. E Torode. Eat TriMtee m.olnl, ) ; I I.umbnr Co., M .Ir.o|::| : ?_ ,, _- ::::: :q 5.OA: )

Panama CltAtlanta & St. Andrews : C A. Futeh. for me.lna ----------------------------------------3.1)0...___ } K"o Moltl'fn.nl( 1.lln. ; .. un.u_.____ ...___ 1000
reaches Starke 4:15 -
No. 2 : a. m. 1.11" ____ 1.30 I Mr*. llrynnl. 'i.I fi,' ... 7 __ _. . IH.4H
J. 1 F'. Colby. in tool .-.-.__..__.......__._--_ .. n -
Bay railway to lay $100,000of No. 4, 4:26: p. m. Starke T.. n..lr., Phone call -.....__...____ _.._. _'O.. 1.05 I. H. Thomn Kitiei' pmt _.u_ _. 'uun_ u_ _n._ ._ M.mU
new rails; first work to be done in J W. Andrews A Son Store room rent .._ ....__ _._ ......._.. .__.-_. '<>."? A. 'IL.I. InsiKCtlnic' lumber A plllmr _u... .. ...__u.. .14
No. 20, Cedar Key 8:5C: a. m. A. E. Wall. Irldin lumber ..____ ____. ___.___._.. __ ____ _. 41.4 Auto Inn Supidt" . .. .. n_. 4.17 I
Cottomlule district. No. 101. Limited, 0:17: p. m. llrailford County Slunk Payroll ._____.uu__. ............. ....__00___._ T M ". Hupidles. ._ _n_ ... _....__ ._ 1.41In..r
Bank of Starku, Payroll .-. 18019J lima. .Photos Slnl',. lloud Iff _u ___.n.u- 8..')
St. Petersburg-DUl'in192.1! J this Wannee BranchNo. W Andruw Jr. Rupplle .- ..-. 64.76 May. Gana! oil ._. ... .. _... .. -,___ II.W

builelinrecord of $10,000- 101 leaves Starke 7:40: a. m. Consumers Lumber Co., Supplle. __._.h_. __._____ .. ____-_____. __..* 8.m C.' IMiikins.' .ICxpriHs un ,"m"I." road, material _. ___ __ 1.II
city had Smiths Gravn, ._ .------ 1.1\0\ ( A. flitch. Ineldintnl) Ill n 0,211lrndforl
000 combined bunk deposits at end No. 102 arrives Starke 3:15: p. m. PECF.VHrK; 2M 1921A 8nppll.- C"iiiity Hank. ('Ay".1 u_ _. _"_"_ ..__ 400. .
; 8.0n Hank of Stark, I'll/roll __ .._ ._ _, 7271
( Daily except Sunday: ) Punli-n. Kxp Trtulei' meotlnir .- ---- of of $21,000,000! issued $2,000- .._ __ .87
year W K Exp. T'U.h' meeting .-.-_. 3.01J W. E T.r"h'.1. u,._ _' .. .
000 worth of bonds for civic improvements T. J. GRIFFIN C. Cone.To.d.Exp Trustee meeting"J Smith s ; ,.. .. .u ..?. __'.. _. ?___ ._._ 1.63
TJ.JJJ AnderHiini laraiie, Htipplli ______ __ __.._u _. __ _
33 miles of new Agent C. ,\. Fuleh. Salary for u.u. 89.4
and laid over Nov.mbe
C. Jones .- .J8" J W Aldr.w. Jr. Siipplle un..u.._... ._ 1..8

paving. I.. W .. 8u"pl., Store room rent --_--.____u_._--.___..._,_.__ IP.ln NDtPMIIrlt 4. 1421-
NOTICE .__. I.O Adnm Knirr eat. mad T 4 ... __ 8f.ri.IH!
Starke Tel'phono Phono call)* --._ .__...-.- -- I ManI.r. II "- -- ''' 'u_ .
Steel Post Co. Creditor find all person ha*inir claims II W. R. Drew C.Co. Office ------.....- ,JJJ Adams .". .:n"ro. vt, mail ti ...__ ..._ ._ __ __ 141.1
Jacksonville-Carbe against the E.Ut of W. F. Godwin dieeasedlate Morgan Cila** ..u."I. .-...........-.-. --..------- 12m Arian( ."nld... Knurs; ,. road 6 .................. "o /,
considering local site for establishment of Lawtcy, Bradford County Florida, 'o of Starke, fro rato H. A D Tax .-.--:"-::: J Adsm uander, Gnirrs est ",.I I I. tf, ft -o ._ _..._ _' __ 2,810.117
will present their add claim duly authenticated :. County Advertising ---...-..............- 8.MI Kasl Florida lIvlo. It Triul) Co., Bnitr eat ra 4 ... ___ l.ni.1.211
I of large plant. to the unduralyned executor within two A Sander. T.I".ph..:narr. bit. Iloana bn.lue brldll 823.K4T. Adam A / Retained peroenlair. road .. _. ._ 784.44

years from date or they will be forever barn U. Dyal. Piling for Doan bridge ..8alpo.__.______.- U23XSmith's R R N'I. Rniirs salary OeUdier Ist November 4thMululey _on- 840.on
Daytona-$100,000 paving contract .d. and all persona Indebted to sad meta IJuraac. |,lle. .-..-..---..---...-- J.J"J U."m Co 18 I Inch pip....................... ___... n_ _: 89.20
for 4,000-acre subdivi- are hereby required to nay their said dublaforthwith. W. Andrew J ", Supplies- .- tlJSi: W. M. Thomas. Min fenoe II _._ -._..__ ... q. 41 AO
awarded new Hank of Starke. Payroll; ._.. .-. !?5In:! C. A (11h. .InspiHtlnulumber roaii A _..__o._..__. _n.u_ ___ .. *
western of city. ._.. A. C. .. Moving barn road 14 __ _. .
sion in part Dated at Starke. Florida, the the Slat day nrndford County Bank. ...-.-- 1 rs u._ .._ u 100 00
of December A. D. 1984. J. F. lapaln I'.yrol .__ .___- ._.__ ___ ___ g.'', AuNi) inn (,n* A oil .. __.- .__ _.____ .. 8.SOla.oo
Palatka-$138,876 contract awarded Hunk of'starice Coupona'd'ue JVn.'l. IOU lams pdVnln* tobo repd"from I. A S. KM IS,500.Ou llrndford County Teleu-raph.. Nollee. for bid on Connor brldioC --.uq u
C. C. GODWIN. A' Fuli-h. 'Incidentula. S. II. Ill .?_ "n" _.. ._. I.H1
for local paving work. RxMator of the Estate of W. F. Godwin d. Total, Dsblyumenta --i----------------- -..$25,142.416 I HAW) II llnw e.. HII'I.II'o enur dept .._ -. ..._ -u. : II.U

cca.ed. J-2.at-l.30 RECAPITULATION Urudf'ird County Flank 1..1 .__. u_. _. ...__u. "JH.HI

Lake Worth-$999,000 bond issueto July' lt 1U24) lo amount on hand .-_ -_ -___ _*?i. .X Hank nf Mlarke) Payroll ._. --.- ._ __ 114.14
J W Andrews Jr. ... .
be voted upon for work on Ever Ilic.-mlHr Pi-cimlier :Slat lint 11124 IB2I t amount amount d\.b.r..munl.r..I..t.\ -_--. --.---_- 13,81.170'i Andermtna (,aru-, 11"11. .n. ._._ .u..._ ._ :4.2.

glades road Hereby notice la given that under and by 31st IUU 'by amount balance .____.. ._ 10.148,08| ('onsumer I/b. (' R"WI.) ... u..-?_._ ._.__.u is.an
,Irh'" of that cerla final deer.. of foreclnnure I \l"'mhr -- Smith, ne race. "" .-* .. ..-.. .__ u. u '2.1
St. Petersburg-Three additional made by the Judge of the 14th. ''S.2N8.01 $15.28n 01 J. '1 luitfliy, Cannelpllw road/ 3 ._._..... u? .__ rl.V:
school buildings to be erected at cost Judicial Circuit aclinic for and In.I....) of I ff.\tl t, UU-
Judicr' A. V. Lonr Judea of the Eighth Jwllrlnl !- December II. 1B24 amount hand n_ $IO.I430S I .! ,.,Idn avlni/s A trust ('0., Retained perccntnif, road t .__ I -."I.I.
of $750,000. r reult In and for Hr.rl County. t casBhNO FUNDKICKIPT8 Adam A Pandrs. Knvrs; et. road I ".-- ..-_ "._-1) .IIII ,
Miami-First Trust & Savings Flnridn illnqimllUpd on the *th, day of Dec I Adam Sanders, Knur est road _.u-_. ._,-_ 'I I II"IX'I '

construction of $7ro: I ,\. p I'tJI I. In favor of the Fvdorat Land "Iy I I. n<..Ivl| Tntenvt from Ilann of Starke .._-.O. -- un_ 4 1. n.a2 Adnms uii'lim., Rnurs est road fl _. -. -- __ l I,7 i ;
Bank planning Rank if Columbia a eoronriillon, an complnlnnnt ''oly I" niatlveil for lumber nail ell .._ -_ --_.u___ _. --- -. n_" 8,1.8' '\10.. Sand, rn. Knur- sal l roads I 7 -- I i- II
000, 18- torv office building. and avalniit E.: K Canovn rt .In.. .. \'"" i.t -,. rec I InnuS Mr. Metlmpsy. M vfnif) hniun m..I:1: .. _
diftndantlTh, I rcelanl l from Slat Road tJepartm..nl. en"r -- I Illl
.mb.r I.
I'fitCHASEU AT I <' unilpralirned at Special. Master will "t. I .'mlr I I.'. from Slat Road Dnartrmmt enar salary 10" 0 \r II Miiiiily. M.,vinu hen mad 8 .. __ III,
FORDS ... ,oly" . f '" .urrii'r. I r f' S. II. 13 .. _
?IT.. r rr .nl<- In front of the Court IT In 4, .iV..1 Bnidforil County Bank, )lnten- 11.12"] I.. KIPI.I. I I.Illl
KATE OF 2-.0: AN HOUR IN I. N. -',, Krailftonl County. PlorMn during Iheli il"I. 6, ncilvd" from Hank of 'lurk. InUrmt ::- : A -... Incidental ... -, __ I'lI ,

United, ;States; in 1921 I .,. h,..in, nf i,air I on Monday r:lnmry 2nd n ..,,lnr. Tran.f..rreil from C.iner.1 fund -. . j lj 1111.01 A. Mitch, 'IriMpeatinic piling road 14 ._ ._ -. I I III
People of the I' h,> hitfli.... and brat 1 1."I.h for rash' mbar in rocelvi-d f n,m Ste Road fluau'mentsalary ..".. J''J| ") 'f. 1. Ti-rry. Huppliea A labor __ ; '.
bought Ford cars at the ,into of more I 1.. f d'.....In.) ( ilfHcrthtnl' 1 [trn|". rty ly,ntr and inn. ml r I I". rwMlved from State R..ml Depaitment" sa ry .'ni.rimher JJ 2? Anderaons, (;Ar.".', Hiipplle ___ n ,:; I
than hour tw" < nts'-tnur hours I.?,,, ,11 I"rn<*f.>r.l C'00",1)( '. rlopKlfl.. tn.wIt:: Now IJ .entreat from City of StarkI'"arato, h."lh .Nil I.rn Flln., Curtl A Kiiufcer, Blue, Crln'ii _. .. j I.
250 '
an ,
u .t hnlf' ?f Northeast. quorttr. Fast half Hrnlh, farane, Bupplii'* I ,
a day, for the ;'MO wotkin; 'Iij" of f s' thv>, ,t of Southiiunrter .J. W Andrew Jr., H..ill? _. I

the I Ice; ? t ;; and: 'W''tEa"I; I of < year. all In !ctlon R. Towrwhlp fl. South. John Rlaha.'t' "rehlbalo SonthfSNt South rat of llradfiird Ci.uiity, ll'inli. "I'ny roll _,' h ,
F PaceMward |1..1 quarter
remarkable demand, in a year of d... ". ]. rwl.. Charles quarter Adnmi A Sun l '" ..n'' rondo, IA .
This' .I''J. : Foist: and Xorthwit quarter F Pan>. Maml Pace and heals, Paeol -, rirthwott "q ,..Ir. and Nnrlh ant quarter of 0.. t.. v .q
of rather unsettled busimss con I-Itlona : .. .t> wet quarter nf Northeast qtiortrr and hi In al law of rleo. E Pace, deeeaaid. oulhwiiMt. qimrt r. all in Hertloti 21. andr .
ant quarter of N"rlh.o.1 quarter of claim Intoriwt undo S. W N.rtliea>t quarter of Sea- Total d1kbunem.ns. -- .. .. r'I, ;
Ford M I.t." and panic M nK.n 'I.o'lr.r
brought\ to the N ri'w't quarter' nil In Section *. Township .1 E fare. ceaod,. or otherwise ion ;K. R|| Town.h"", 4 South. Rang-e 21 KICA PITUI.ATION
.d I 22 Feat contnin In sad July 1 I. I9.JI 1 to amount on hand _. ., .._ ,
Company the greatest sale rn i nits n.nll" nil axixreftTfl of wire are unknown ..n.'t :ach .0hl.no" lr'inbir :II In2I! I lo amount recrlpuic .
'' '
,1 J ,di 1 I.' unknv, parties claimlnii an Intere*t >ss fin I I> and In Coun. h. 3M.II.
nil wn "In. I..IC."I
history. The domestic ret R. A. OREBV | rnlr .II, lot by am,"
cries for 1024 totaled 1.87'-: 1 > .1' Special Mnxter landrt hi.rein: after deeetihudOKfcKTIXf. : 'Y.WI 1.ln., my Inn I end I s. .I.t snld Court llirnitir 1'fJI I by amitunt to balance -.- I a I

i 'IOIINJt each nr hereby enquire'i d I hHi.) .. ".I| Inc ,1' f"W-mlirr. A P "24.
of7 You *
and trucks, an increase > r Complainant 1.2''"1.10 'a" Iw and I.I. .olo" the Ju'Ue "f th:.e 'i w .M,III';IIM\X ::61,1) '" ? ,

the : the i inounce .> 4!, n'r'' ..rk I (',real") Court
!sales of 1933, '; r 'Irriiit ( uit for the F.lvhth: Jil'llr Ircui I
n1I 11.,1). r.1 I 1 I I'i I ()1 *. r A. 1'a I 1i.. 1..M i lw'Y\ (lerfc IA'rEltEsT: AND sl"I'1.' 1.I. .
l-i''I' \ I rom'' I :n.i'I./ of February. f .
'' tiny, I I 'I I 'o """ "" I I,0 I
Retail sales of F'r'I"i I 'I i ., ( 'irI ,. '> ,.t hone in eafd "Vnly. I. <'n" .
.' 0 I W II .
rxhlN'revnln.t r I I .
went over the .:00..., i ,"'. I I' mnn'. ,de to answer a bill uf ..m"l. nt ) I } i- ilk (.\KDI\S MUP- '', .
year I W
.If I r la I'I.
1 ire n' ?I .o" I
Hill Quirt Tills! .E'e >n said Court by J. \.U.l. I"
the first exceeding thn-t'" 'I'': v to y 'Iv. ,, ,." lli'J4 rioK"! from K. lluii) a'a'. _
time .kl
t \e. 'r ,,1. Def n,fant. I'll.) ?"I County l ",
T.I."r.h. rt d> hirmr I apply
I" iln ,
< .._
Thinr' .1 H. I'l'el ittil from amutr.ller" .. "?
1 Ch.b.
1923 by 15,013. ; I I-.t i,''a Land l nn' tinfmif W', n ram. n, < 'vs *V"r I '.11,1." ,, l'uk., nHiforjntj .. thv >, .. If,.o < .,. \ aonanrr '; Jua. 3etoh er It ,ll'l .r...."..1 l from K: W lluyi-. tag '.
I'' .,. r' ,. ar'n' Wm Its -"'nan 'I 0.r l r 'i? h.dy .1.I.nl,1 I i Iy H.rr''n. for no ', November H. \I"7)I n ". | frm rV; llny--, Inv,', t',
Retail sales of Lmeujn) enr' .
be 1,1 .
Ferhr' .r 1 \l Ki Itrl 1 r whi) ) "" pub .
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duced "f tl1'. I on' .
by a division I'l' i I. ,. ,( ..
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Company, > I- ,, :na> P: D'lholttt if a r. th" lit,..' '. .,I vi I- Ifiinl I/ d.I I. t, I .i .' anal'.I 1 and )U nT '
'1. r th ,'t.r. nils- I i.r',1', r 4 I '
Wm C ni
V F Drown *
approximately 25 11' i r "I' C. q j'. m".d' "'r4. i ir ,." rd'I ? I ,'0. ti..->vlt (lee. 1H, : 1 1'21 I I.o ,., 'r ir.d i. ,ll I I' '" r, mh"ra. .,.1 I r ,. I f. r ,' .
Tancey. .er "
1924 over the prevlmi. "n r ."n I inWm., ) a.. F. Pacenanwa of ., ,. .?*.n., .. ... '" im" IL'h o, Ha p .rS'tr)1 '<", .%., I / 'I'I 'r r;., in lii 'I. Town af u.mle. _,' ..n ."l'1 'r,or- rr.I ,u'ha' t'n. ,,,0 I ''"ittood ,o node, ,, 1 )
i ,. '.. ., ,11 r" .,, I (n"' n., I Igal'u ,' ,. lunuury nod Ju'y'' l I''I I ,
J ( ilhwi >
just' anyoaticed. The ,? I nx. and Ifuntl.al ) .; "t. r. end t 'j "" 'II." __ ,u'f| .<*; ..f Jmn.ary" 1. .
.. an i ate$11 ont .M '. r .f Sol.t ,n 1 I1 T nitiSouth ,p W l OWN
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year totaled 7,501 as. >. Llr"r. .. ..r and eMh of them. deapae.4nml ttanie It* Kat : and South nail: o 1 for cngrlis .1. Minor, Dsaoml' I "I'.I cah '"n huh" I ?
6,018 in 1923.: Lincoln ear saw"abroad > all parties elaimmir an In- *>*.r!>,.*.t q..r. North h.1 of Snutheaquarter nnantian ..nl C A. FUTCM.Secretary. K > M I I ,I31U' 1 .

I.. Jacob John.. Wm Crwby.wwr ." .. o of 3"Ulh..t t-23-5t-2-20. Chairman'
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I Bradford County Telegraph teen. I WHEN DAD WAS A BOY- By SATTERFIELD I

.- -. The of the United LEAHY ROOFS
== =: = :::' j| people States asth..y

I Published 'vt.j\! and ifrred as Htudy this matter more closely ... --. -. .
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lire lieuoniing aroused! on the subjectand .-.:: ----" '. i :. lISt M B-VfJu..L1i

;, second class matter, at the post <1 if they alone were to be consult- I ': ;:- ---- ., ?.:. ";-", =.,"-. t.1'1, I

office at Starke. Florida. I ell and would not consider this revolutionary LT-: ._- ::" "-- Grot) ol: : : '-r-: .II I II LiquldAsbesfosRoofngQNECOAT
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= 0.:; und reactionary for | .. '
.. S. MATTIIBWS.u.OWDor.I. one moment. step I .= WALK r".rEk'', x 4 'Rov,1t, WAS You \ ::r Q ;: ,. I" 1 I COATS tQUALSlO O'PAIIYT8L.ss

C. ROBINSON ___,_----Mandilnc Editor. I Will you, as one who Is clothed -- .I..r.-! 3Xi ,y Ii C.Ol..b, GIMME t, "'- ten )"LT 5' Makes old reef, good.
'I with some authority in the matter you CAN I WAIT IN OUT My LOMCH+ ... hlRUt'It '" nw--rtnk.111'(i Fasily ipplwtl. U.ed by

J .. see to it that the rights of chllI i LiKE: f uN / HtRE-( ? BASKET nt'' r+l}. "\ lir :i "i ,"no rns p.1 25 years Inform .-
our '
PU I.tSIIEU EVERY FRIDAY t IJ ton v n "","(A or it nd$8 for tn il 51,; on

,_.... ,.. I drt'ti and their patents and the rightsI II i '__ ::' ,,.Ou ,' I t I' --1' ..:,;=-= II'.. c.i...: '_ 1;0 ... can, junt pep.d..fully, ffuarantenjEXCEISIOR
--- of the
state of Florida _
I are sufeguard- .' ,J"T'. PRODUCTS CO.
SUIJSCRIPTION RATE by refusing to surrender .i .._ .% ; I \ I
|Icd to this : : 85 FOURTH AVE.N,Y.CITY
Per )""-..r .. $1.GO imbci'ile group of propagandists whoKite 'i ,...'_. --..-... -";.#. ...., ,............__ .. .. ;:'. '1'--' ,.,, .1-b.--' : \ I
attempting to hoist soviet
I a form 'LVt "'F ,. ,,mw i!
i Six Months! 75c I|II of government upon this country of .!i.'s"C! j 1"-,..... ,'* **... C I is moved, across until the whole 12

_. ours ?! .:.. '- :"' = y' _. -- u .... one-half feet of wet pulp flies across fi
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,' .. :;;; ::-vr- ...,y :"- '
I .-- <<>:: I .," 1J the gap to its. fate R6!
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'I.- SOUTH Jo'I.OIlW.1"Am ." --- '- -- .
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4 1 IN TAMPA .'- _. __ =-- .. ""-. --'r-f', ..." -""- --::-: HROOKER
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.. I :WUnder \\\.s.. .. I' -:. J. C. Denison pent Saturday night
Tamj, Jan, ;
auspices \\ '
\ : .. !' -- 'WJIMI"t, : --
\ J his Mrs. J. J. Waters of
with aunt, ,
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\rn-hrightcr than { '
before the
ever -'JL,, -
South:'.. Florida L., .._ c ( dt.. 3,'"r -, -:- "",,, __ Miller.
: fl 1 I Fair will open in Tnmp.i \ ,,, ,, ,. .
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,\\\ .. ; : :: 'P B. E. Brown was in this section
February 3rd to llth Inclusive. ;;;
"'ft..: "" ,. ;. 0 \"' ,. % : 'b: 'S--. this week
The, interests/ of the South =--t.--: ;_
;: ::
t I .in of 1 U'! 2I> pernu'utes not only this .,.. .. (.,. 1' '.......'... .: e -- ",..--=. '--'-- H. P. Gainey and James I'o,Irett \

-iitioii of the State, but every part iLck; I "" ..", II'c>"":;,,?:' \1"':.;:;;(; =. -:-"=:- } were attending to busii.ess at Fairbanks
:\t't41, I t of Florida .. If. ; ) ):: ..2 Tuesday.Tom .
( 1011 Tampa i is preparing' ... ." / :;" Y"HIli :' '
I (:; '" ., _...-'V'I' =- Dukes of Fve Mile at.tendlnll"
for crowds .' was
(Me>..iier"hij}';" n.' or,1 Highway' | enormous and General I ..,>l .-
saocmtion) Manager I'. T. Stricdor has his I '" Iii ,"->"I', '-' r".1. A'';:,'. -....:: .'"/ ..., --:"=--==..::-o. --. to business here Saturday

i' 1' j--im/.iition/ forces all perfected and or'l i( 'JI'J.. ,::1,:.....l.It P'i". .,..-..-... :\. vsv" \ ., ( r0 J '. \ ..... ...".."i; .. :: "" -:-;; ..:::::::: '.-,3' ;::-:: : : H. P. and I? R. Gainey, J. J. !Morgan

indii-triouidy working to make the II | '''' // -' -=,..... .. '-../ /' ,' '---;<' rr / : .:' .:-:;:: and Edd Lewis spent Monday in
10 'I I IK J.WI-'L, : VI I 111m i I "' =,=
ins I --'liI7 ; Starke.
coining event .J'S ,
not only greater j ', "' =':: ::=
I Miami Herald: Every; voter in Florida l| magnitude, but eclipsing all past records ;; -.-.,.' .....0"i_ .'1"'I. ... = --- Mrs. O. 1). Berry and motherinlaw !: -
} l ought to address a communication in attendance.The -l'St"' -<;;A'I'; <:: r :::: i ,=: -"' spent Saturday in Alachua.
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i tens of thousands of J / ( ": I Mrs. J. H. Kelley, Mrs.: Millie
something like the following, to visitors to .. '"" :;: : : -
this Fair in the will ;: .1t' ; _= Gaini-v and! II. P. Gainey spent Fri-
:1 the representative and senator from past testify that ..I" .. -l .
have it IH unexcelled ..-,!::- ':1. -vr.;: -= ; lily; ut Lake Duller.Mrs. .
I his county and district who just as a greut advertising : =
% :
been elected to the state legislature. medium for the entire State displuy- -= ; : : ,.- .:> --L: : ::.. : P. M. Barefoot und daughter,

hold-over ing us it does the multitude of ._ .' # .,, ---.-,. JU nitnpent Tuesduy here.
and to thu senator: j resources CU,9UT .. -
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To the members of the Legislature of Florida, which in variety ""M I" ... -.=:.,: _. ': ; :- "''' ,-.. I Mr. Jim Mott moved his family
"j of the state of Florida: You will be 'oth-er \\U ''GRY' '!.'..;.r\ ',_..#_ .. ,_;..$: :,'". ''..-,,. '...-...___- !"""' -. -" .-.i.- -. -.- hen! this week we all welcome them.

called upon, some time during the commonwealth. -- '- ., :':'Vt'" ,""''''';, :. 3:. .".':__;..,. ....:." I >firs' T. P. Ward entertained! !last

coming suasion of the legislature!: to The South Florida Fiiir for several ': & -- fii7 ,,= '?? t,:. -:- ,: HOME FROMSCHOOL. Tuesday evening with a furwell party -
to whether years past has enjoyed the distinction : in honor of lIl..lIeKIIIII. and Lela
pant) your opinion an a a '.' -'
iAevERT1EE,", 'i"''' ''' : .': .'_ -.
proposed amendment to the Federal '' of eclipsing other occasion ini ..,, .- .....-L. .. : '\:;- ..j" -.tr..:; I Mac Andrews, who left Wednesdayfor
the history of the State I in the .ot.\Tr2- '" :" -; home. A large crowdwas
constitution, submitted to you by : .matter. I[ ;'"!:" --'; .. their new
Congress, should be ratified, through 01 attendance, mm is uuo to the present. Games were' played until

you, by the state of Florida | great interest manifested in the un- j ---- I 10:00: o'clock, then chocolate and

r'' I\ That amendment, if ratified by the nuul! event and the enthusiastic sup- I that seventy-three per cent of I I cake were served. All reported a good

i I 1 legal number, of state legislatures, port given by the people of Tampa in I Current Events I IiOTilEU I litigation\ is over the wording ( time and wished them much successin

1 I will authorize: (Congro i to regulate, achieving the success" no valuable to 1 I| meaning of wills, and only I i I / their new home. Among those pres-

1 f limit and prohibit the labor of all all the people of the State:: and! so cent is over mental j I ent were: Misses Laura Wynn Jewell

n t persons. under the age of eighteen, creditable, to the City of Tampa. | ,\;\ DISAPPOINT-: !) due influence. About eighty-two I Carnelly, Lucille Harrell Cantly

anywhere and everywhere in the More than 30 counties have arranged II01.SIIKMST; cent of the litigation over wills I Oliver, Virginia Colson, Mildred Cone

United States. for displays most creditable, and Much is being; -;made;-; of Emma n preventable nature. The best I ,I Josephine Chesser, Lois, Toledo and
I The proponents and I propagandists now an.d novel features will be added Goldman' defection from Bolshevism. prevent such litigation is to ) | Ruble Gainey, Stellamne and Florene
: who are urging this amendment will to the usual amusement program dispenser of one's own I' I Ward, Lelamae and Mona Andrews!
Now word from the Near
tell you that the amendment proposes Visitors to the Fair this year will comes as fur as possible. The money land(

: to prevent! the employment, under be amazed n* the many development East Orphanage Alexandropol in its right destination then, and other.r __
t conditions 'characterizing the Soviet Republic of Armenia that also of the beneficent Miami Target of'a;; infuriated
1 'j dangerous or unwholesome Tampa's growth in re- sees sonic I ?
Bill l Haywood the former leader of
I : of children< under the ago of eighteen, cent months. und they will find a of his gifts. negro gunman, Policeman W. L.
the Industrial Workers of the World!
1 : and that that is all that they expect most cordial welcome on the part of j ( Crews with a beat in the negro sec-
i 1 to accomplish. all Tampa, which is arranging for, in the United States, has had enough WETS AND DRVS IN THE 'ton was hot twice and later was fired

Dut we urge you to Htudy the meaning the greatest. crowds In its history. I IThe lie run away from Leavenworth prison COMING CONGRESSThe I f: at while he was going to hospit--
I' it will be remembered. He is eager !' ', al. The bullets which struck Crlws
of that word "prohibit" and, apply consensus of opinion throughout -
( to return to America In HUMS!III he new Congress in both ( 'i
fired blank by the
point negro
the were
it to the condition of children State is that this annual
i was at the head of the American will l he more favorable to I : !
after the
few inches just
tot a ,
throughout the country. Do you event has been a great stimulus away
the propaganda section. He had a small than was the! lust Congress. '' policeman had searched him and failed -
want Congress to have the power to progress/ and prosperity of all
C( enter! into your family, or Into the Florida; it has brought to the minds .salary. Hut he was ordered to returnto six candidates for the Senate i' to find the automatic pistol on ,
America to organize by the wets in the five States !
1 families of your neighbors and friend of the multitudes the matchless. renoiirces un uprising which the negro! was sitMn" Crews'wounds
i among the negroes in the South, and xuchusettb, Kentucky, Illinois, | serious to his
i and dictate to you and to them, of the State and furnished' arc not owing
he refused. He says that he would ware, and New JCrsl'-evel'y I' In ilndi'iii", instant before
visual nn
what you shall do with your children lessons of the individual opportunities !
I rather live In J-A-avenworth prison was defeated except Senator j the find III' : ''t beth shots
n f j I until they arc eighteen years of age ? which Florida offers. / negro 'OUI
As is than in Bolshcviet. Hussia. When New Jersey. Senator Edge: is and "vl'laI( others 'vicued nt his
Do you want your boy or girl to he well known, the South Florida '
deprived! of the privilege of perform. Fair is no profit sharing propo Haywood was seen at the Alexandropol I led to be a Presbyterian, but hu i-hn.t. TfPS hI'f't"I' (' p ,ro was11110,1..1

ing some sort of labor? Do you want sition. It IH conducted} through motives Orphanage ho was begging his n change in the Volstead law. I \\' nth.?< ba 'h t'at followed
way to ( 'on tuntinople.CAH'l'I1. 15:!: members of the House :
them to grow up in legal I Idleness, a that are enterprising! and patriotic altho'iyh' he cape: I I. He was suspectt..i'i" -

condition you cannot help if this with the motive ever In view of .\(E TO BE UNEARTHEDEvery while listed favorable to the dry I I I r -t ,'!; ; ,i, :1lltmlhile
in the Senate --' -" -- -- ---- -
amendment becomes a law? interesting. thousands of people, mid I

What you ought lo know is that showing to thorn Florida's. resources, schoolboy: will prick up his of the ninety-six members I I

V this amendment is. approved! and is and convincing them of the opportunities ears and be intent when he hears that I favor of law enforcement! in 1 -

1 being urged by the "OCllllll'ltK, the this State offers Carthago is reclaiming the interest tion. I II Ia Ir

communists and the bolshevlnts of -- of the world. The conflict between I '

I this country and bus received tho definite FERTIL1XE STRAWltERKIES Home and Carthage never has lost iU MAKING NEWSPRINT 1 I

F i approval of the soviet government TO STIMULATE FRUITING hold on the minds of men. Now no Every person who buys a ,

of RusfW! who arc anxious to Proper fertilization: -; important in ,! are told that all along the coast of newspaper for 2 cents. takes out ,

\ : sec the children of the world nationalized strawberry culture, especially to the Mediterranean near Carthage forests of the United States or I

that is, taken out of the hands stimulate fruiting, "says the Florida I many great cities are being unearth da a block of wood two inches I

4- I of their parents and made the direct Grower I.ate December and January e d. The work is being done under the three inches wide and four '

: property of the state. is the time to begin fertilizing for direction of Count Byron Khun do luny/!. With the help of a paper
One of the backers of this amendment this purpose.A Ih urok. He tells us that nearly 210 cord of wood informs 3,000

ii'' stated the position of those good. plan consists in! applying a cities of importance are awaiting e.casution \- the day's news. i

4 N. people in a communication tn a congressman third of the fertilizer before the from the sand that has eiigtilfeil To convert that cord and '

which you will find In the plants. are sot, a third six weeks Inter them. Films have been male,! more into newsprint man has

If Congressional Record of May 31, und the llnul third when the plants I and' exhibited in New York, which a huge mechanical silkworm
1024. lie said: show the work of clearing tho munches its through ,
t are beginning to bloom. The entin.1) away way
S "We must nationalize the children.We amount used should total from 1,500 debris and many of the objects recovered spruce and balsam logs dlsolv'I

I must remove the children from to J ,MOO pounds on average land according I have been brought to this mulberry leaves, digests with

the pernicious influence of the fami ,to A. P. Spencer, vicedirectorof country for display. There are tombstones icals instead of secretions, !

I Iy. Wo must register the children or the Agricultural Extension DiviSion altars, vases, pipes in which product in concrete tanks

I -let us speak plainly-we must nationalize University of Florida. pungent grass was smoked 2,000 years thin-walled sacks and spins its j

them. Thus they will from In applying, fertilizer, work it in before Sir Walter Raleigh, surgical thread, which is 12 I I2 feet wide

the very start remain under the beneficial around the plants, being careful not i instruments. razors, mirrors, lipsticks, copper tongue instead of a I

; influence of the communistic to get it too close to them and not to vanity cases and all the appurtenances membrane, says a bulletin of ': I'

II'. kindergartens and schools. Here break the roots. Use a light working ) of life today. Surely there is tional Geographic Society. : : ,

( g they ..ill grow up to be real com tool for this purpose Good 'shallow I nothing new under the sun! What a ', One plant produces in n :' ,, e ,, v

munists.. To compel the mother to cultivation should be kept up throughout panorama life ill and how much alike sufficient paper to supply one 24 }

surrender her child tp us, to tho soviet the winter. in every age! The fears, the hopes, paper! apiece! to about ,$ ( !

stale, that i.t the particular task It is not desirable to hasten thl'l the loves of old are to our own akin ''sl'l'ibers. A single day's output
before u... growth in winter by applying nitrateof | mill unrolled on the I
You have n serious duty to discharge soda or any qui'kal'lIlItIIIt'nla, HAN AUIA FACES CRISIS would cover n 1,400-acre ranch. '

1. in maintaining integrityof fertilizer: unless the plants show OVER CHURCH ACCORD (I Rivers are the maid servants R

the state of Florida and keeping need for additional fertilizer about Liberal mechanical caterpillars that
the control of her children in tho opposition to the !proposed I
picking time. In that They three '
case top h'el'lK coiKordant between Bavaria per. serve in WR. : ,
families and .. and the
within the of thisstate.
power with soda and
or sulphate of ammonia. Catholic!! church has power transportation and I
Some of the moot successful. enough to threaten grown strong supply vater for pulp. Some ,
You have a st-i'loir* duty to perform I the retirement of '
.. ei-H apply about 200 pounds of hrnW-1 the Government; and dissolution of use electricity exclusively.On '
In r'fuKlnlflll.th"I' to mutilate the
phuto of potash about n week after the Diet. the St. Maurice river's i I'
Constitution tho United States and I 1
the second general application, which As the chief German, back! are carried annually: logs ; }
in preset'vinur aa far ax possible the is. usually I stronghold of lo make raft four feet !
'I applied before December 1. rights of the states to regulate their Government i
I This helps to keep the berries firm was not feet high and nearly 200 miles
prepared to
discover ,
own internal affairs i in
in case the additional nitrate or nearly two-thirds of the
its borders I
enough ,
ont( ,
You have to
a 'serious' duty to perform
in refusing hand over the ing. is applied during heavy fruit 'I make difficult ratification of the trey till length. all to supply one ;

r ty, which was welcomed the maw. < y
children of Florida to the tender Separatists
It Is At the
important to provide adequate i river's edge are l
I as a sign of
of bureau foreign
mercies recogni
at Washington
: ,
drainage for
ter that
: strawberry beds. It only tion of Bavaria's pumps would meet the
j which it this amendment becomes independence
j'" requires a few days to injure of a city the size of
a crop, The school teachers'
of j
law the land, will take the place should the ground become water- union combats Boston. The electric /
of the family in this and other states soaked. the concordant because it puts th, power I
Shawinigan Falls
This is the most vicious attack on Catholic and public schools under the mill would used by ; 1
All the
the family ever conceived by the ;MID WAV bishops, to whom, all instructors and of Atlanta dally
Ga. \Ze
or Omaha Neb.i
mind of man. Midway, Jan. 30-Mr. and Mn. must be acceptable. Democrats i "Newsprint" cannot be made I !
It is the most vicious attack upon Tom Crawford spent Sunday afternoon Socialists Fascist! and Communists wood alone, for this wood has
the original principles upon which with his parents Mr. and l Mrs. it as a medieval. fibers to hold like muscles : oc.ara {W \
our government was founded that \\'. R. Crawford.i CIVIMTS\TiTLK: \ ,<
L ONE IS LIVING | metropolitan presses tear at ,
i has ever been devised i \ J. C. Denison nnd Mr. Doris To three-fourths. Around wood Rev. R. W. Crawford of the Con '

Of the state legislatures that have Cole spent Sunday afternoon at Mr. "Give while you live" is a good must be added one-fourth ".. gregational Church at Minneapolis
had the proposition before them only W. n. Crawford's. slogan If one arranges a gift in his Part of the logs received has created a bit of family com

one has, so far, ratified the amend Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Denison spent will to be made after death he is not age yards go to a machine I petition. Hr3 son, Stuart 12 15, and
'' his daughter, Marlon, alternate
ment, and the people of ..Massachusetts Sunday afternoon only liable
with Mr. and ban to the charge: that he chips them into inch-long I with him on consecutive Sun
by a referendum vote, declared Price Dukes. gives because he cannot hold on to These chips are packed into ] ,days It is said the youngsters are
overwhelmingly against: its adoption '' !lair und !lira..l[ J. Crawford spent his possessions longer, but his gift feet high. filling the church pews better than

If the legislatures of thirty-six' 'Sunday afternoon at the home of may miscarry. Daniels S. Remsen of Under pressure of steam the the father. Recently, !900 were

states ratify this amendment it will 1 i Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Thomas. the New York bar recently made an cooks for eight hours. turned away when Marion preached. -

become a law. If fourteen refuse to |I !Mr Prlc Dukes made! a business address in which he declared that tank's contents are discharged She says long hair'Is woman's\

I ratify, it cannot be fastened upon the trip to Columbia county to buy cotton there is more litigation concerning the "blow pit" beneath the: !led glory and will not have here bob I
American people. Your dutyis to and peanut seeds. wills than ,
on any other subject, and material of the wood has been


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