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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 6, 1925
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I GEO.CROFT---:l Shot town Cave Explorer ImprisonedIn Success at 40 ''THE TOWN :



I OUT ON BAIL ;: Crevice By Huge Stone BEAUTIFUL



ranted; Ki-lfasi; L ndt-r Bond of $:>.OIn That Resists All Attacks '1'.. llu t'ill.:ells of M.uke.;

at I u i i.h evt-ry lot <>\v 1\1'1'i iiiul' homeS
AppvuriiiKv Spring
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Perm of Court. -- .- ,.\ lit r m ;s'' .nke: nnild t;ike. .1 trip down

|L"lIllk', Ky, teb .1.- An olUit :--EI- i.n I'r1.E. HOPE\ : rou I M I h>. 1 I....isi I 1'-1.' ul llniiili. 1 and see

Oeo. loft, of Haifuid/ manager of ,,t < no tu any lepulnble.injreon. whoI I F,VUM! VIII I MhVSl UK: ,! \\il.ll "I- ,iliuu< Illlll l britii" .HU down

the T. It. liundlov toinmi-xaiy at that ''I I iiaul through Sand Cave to tin<'11' in 1 1'iMul.f.vin,; tlii ii' titles and

place' who haa beun held in Bradford I. '. \ t' ollins'. chloroform the imud The house iiKiiciiltuie cool nuftee! iiniiu\ I'hoy evidently I have local

county jail charged with the shouting ,' "" \ ruin and amputate his leg Hilled to. open brief Ill'allng'. took. up I I"i idi i >i apucaiancu mid delight in

of J. .1. Culemuu at KuilurU: Don-in 'in.nit.' by Homer Collins, brother the tusk of shaping the lecomniendM. .11 I IIi... i"t: uf mlol ill flown'. uI null -

bur ;0lh, was released from custody .u I tin' <' v',;tun, says u special dispatch lions uf the president's. agrnuluuulcouunission nlul shrubbeiy\ unit 1 all M'mi tioplI + -

Friday' night under bond of $5,000 UH Louisville! Post.i : into a legislative pt'-. I 1 pi,mis\ fwd beautiful tires thatI

for his appearance! ut the spring term sir City, Ky., Feb. 3.-Hope came gram that will have the best than, ,. N I 'u III 1'lei'idat.

of court for Union county Prominentturpentute 'II": ; the dawn today to Sand Cave, of enactment in the crowded( lin ul .\ ,i i u Itnn unsightly: picniHus.m

men of White Springs made in. in one of its crooked< little erev"t" month of the session. Leaders generally I. ,. 1 IM buck. iu useless broken

bond for the accused man. l e i- -, I three hundred feet from the en- however, were doubtful that It I "n r-, nn dead uulunuibiltx, nu trash

Attorney E. M. Johns representingMr. i intt"', Floyd Collins, a:> years old any substantial purl of it would Input .mil, vv.nis\ siullureil |jiipur, worthless
has 'lam by huge boulder through Blurs mlnnirnim
pinioned a iuii hniihei. rubbish of kind
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Croft, sued out a writ of habeas I _. any
",,1)r !riday morning. A squad of ,, ,
Must U
iiiciiMvi' to Ih.Y" lovely
corpus and at the hearing beforeJudge 'l'U.U--: ; SElt'ICBHI.I.: r
mi'ii, bringing! a portable drill was to ) l .
Long in Uumesville lust Thurs-' ./ I SOON) AT1ER 1.'I.UOllOI : the uiiitvlh\ of uiiiuiiiunl.il I shrubbery
le,i\e Louisville early today. A truck phillls, trees. and Silica mud Mowers.
duy testimony brought out, in the OA- ,
aminution of witnesses win of such of Ql Hen-iii I nn Young\111., who:, Dry Klan shot leader down was here' ready to transport thu equip I Albany Ga. Fob :.Beginning 1-// 1'ln1 many) varieties 01 piilms take
'' was ment to the cave six miles uway. With tram the Ivad.u need mil bo. jealous of
nature to allow bail and ho was re- jn &he latest riot at that place. He morrow sern-e through Albanyon i I
leased. !i tare* a i blind widow who lost herit4ht tins drill the rescuers hoped to cutaway five railroads is expected to bo normal I."O.T'"' ) I them oi dissatiMli'd\ with our hunts

__ !In riotingfJast year. a The enough of the .tone to release again after more than two weeks I Twenty years ago Walter S Gi. loLtititin \\'.. fun tlu all thoy ilo, und

COMMISSIONERS: : ; IMtOCEERINUS: ; Uwa U a,ein under martial law the victim. |,of schedule disruption because of I ford of Salem. Mass, went to wor wo enjoy u bettor yuui-round clinmttt

:' I I His strength slowly ebbing Collins Hood conditions : at pay-roll clerk for the Wester: und l freedom in our long delightfulHiimniciK

The hoard of County Commissioners I devoted his conscious momenta to j I It was expected by railroad ofllciuls 1 Electric I at Chicugo. Last week h' UH to gnats, siindllius and

met in regular session Monday -- -DEAIII OF-:\.1 114. ANHREL\ \ : I I mruiting the workers who for moro | that the main line from Savannah to'I was elected president and Telegraph of the Amei-Co., mosquitoes. In fact, Slurku enjoys the

1'- February 2, 1U23\ : with all members I than 40 hours have been chipping Jacksonville would he repaired todayso ; ican Telephone service corporation best uiiil healthiest year-II round climate -

w present. The people of Starke were Madl..n-1 I tiny flakes from the huge rock in a that Florida tourist trains from the biggest In the public U S He is 40 years I in the stale.Vi .

Minutes of last two meetings read ed to hear Sunday. afternoon, the ( futile effort to release Collins'; foot New York, Philadelphia and Washington old. I \ > IIIIMJ. many/ lovely homes uiiiilliu

' and approved. first day of February, that Mrs. Caro- !all! that was between him and safety which have been routed by'I best null to grow color und buuuly

\tr Bill of Hogan Smith for $7.50 for I lyn Elizabeth: Andreu, wife of Mr. [| Handicapped by lack of tools und Albany would resume their regular -:\1tITUIUSTSlm--- -: -M\i.N;- -- : und utility. \Vo have nlntuHt every

burial of negro refused. Alexis Andreu, had passed to the :':by the narrow passage the rescuers route by way of Savannah tomorrow, i nuturiil source and environment to
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The Bradford County Telegraph, great beyond. ''1 have made little headway but have -- I MIL: ; Kinur.\m: El' 'IISE'LIICE make lilo happy mid cmitenUid. Wo

walt designated unumiously+ by tile I. The funeral service Will held Monday 1 I kept unceasingly at their task. Water RAINS:' 1I.\\I.\iH: ; 1'0\1.\111 ; I'123): ; AU'I'll'l'.VGSAutontobilists have u society of cultivated unit talented -

board as the periodical in which the afternoon from the family residence seeping in from the ice-covered cliffs, CROP AT Olvhhl; : 'IIOIIKK;; have until February pi'uplo with und uniunifvhoin it lau

tax bales advertisement for the yyur1U25 I in the western part of Starke added to the discomfort of Collins; and Oktechub"eJleamills I5! to obtain their !ltIn! license tugs Joy to live. \Vu have the bout and
this week
) ; shall be published.On I and the last sad rites were conductedby the men who had squirmed tlnuutjli considerable and after thnt data, if they' have not must onjnyiiblo Huiiinii'r resort in tho

motion and u unanimous vote l ev. L. W. Kickliter who was for the .crevice to take him food unit to do caused damage to the tomato complied with the law they" will bu whole South lit Kingsloy Lake. We
the bourd decided to not more 'what little else they could. crop some estimating that at Ilr-1 .
pay I many years jiustur of the deceased. iestedErnest. hove dO."I1I1..f good fishing lakes
than JC, for the burial of Collins' brothers Marshall undHomer leust 40 pel'nt of thu crop was de
$ 000 any Mrs. Andreu was born ut Worth- |I stroyed.IMKKASKD. Amos "I1IItl'ull.|> asked within twenty tu sixty niinutvH auto

pauper. I ington Springs, Union County, Florida themselves experienced cavemen -. --- that the ul'I' 'IH.. be ileuiyid until lifter ride und good! roads to reach them.
W. M. Newmans, Lige Wright and of and have worked incessantly since l: Our waitt'il for hurl l road
on the 6th day June 1850 ; Mi.MIU.U: : OF) ubruury In, betuum-, he wrote, a long now
Amanda Cumuly paupers, were reported ;, walt the daughter of Ashley and their brother walt entombed. In despetulion IItlX"1'; I'OSI' OFI'ICHAnoth1' : large number of naturists. huvu failed connect UH with nil points Mouth, and

mad und their names ordered I Rachel Wynn. When sixteen years of yesterday they uttered u to get tlieir title "I'ulkllhtrunll- IMKIII with all points mull, mad our

stricken from the pauper roll. > age she was married to Mr. Alexis *.;00 reward to any one whu would section of I 110) lock boxes fern inaile III cases where thoy have graded lateral roads now roach all

The following resolution was adopted -' Michael Androu in Bradford county, icscuu him. The workers nueded no was installed in the Jlo..tollhthlll/ bought cum from ollieis. pointH within our borders. Our fruit

and the clerk instructed to mall a and to this union was born eleven piospecl of reward however for week to partially handle the demand "1 hud u situation has arisen. ," Mr. und faro und garden products are no

copy to each Justice of the Peace of children, eight of whom me now living "V"I' ,thing possible had been 01 wits fur boxes ol this type i'hu increased Amos aid, "with reference to thu many that wo captured first prise! \Intin1

this County. 'I namely( : Mrs. F U. Johns, Mrs. being Ulle. 'business during the past-tew months regi.trution! of automobiles" that 1111<.Mutu I'nir fur toe gruututtt

Resolved, that each Justice of the W. II. Green I. W. Andreu, of Starke; Ever since Collins' plight was distovereii wits moru thus could bu huiullml with l makes it for me to acquaint vurloty, nl (grain mid Hint products over

Futuu be required to till out und ylace Mrs. Walton Alvarez of Jucksonville; Saturday, 24 hours after the the, existing number of boxes, und it the ,1"'I'ltf.neiussury with it und malt their coopviution. I lull other counties of Flmidn.in .

in the hands of the clerk a monthlyn Mrs S. L. Stroup, of lystal, River; accident, SLOIO.S uf persons have stood was to relieve the congestion that I I anywhere else in till State. andh1)nestly

t report of convictions\ and trials N. E. Andreu and Mrs. Charles Moltt, ready but helpless around the mouth Postmubter Hull had the now section "I', rom thu thousands uf uses coining compare all conditions that

hud in their- respective courts and ifi!Ito of Lucoochue; and George E. Andrea of the cuve. Singly and in pairs, volunteers lidded.MIXED'. _. I up here within the past 10 days it I muki lift- worth living mind' you will
i none are had, to report sum on regu- :> of Dinsmore. All of the above named ,, would into the -
cavern
go CAR VEGETABLES:( is ev'nit'nt thut a large number of autoiniibilu i loluiii tu Stark better nuliHllud. than
:, lar forms to be furnished by the children attended the funeral Monday make. their way through lliu tortuous 'SHIPPED TUESDAYTo / owners hay put elf until the 1 ever.

county. afternoon. |i channel, down u drop of SO feet to last minute, to ei.k. getting t their ,
so : Don't .
The of supply an older from Kaunas sl I i I.'" tin. the Ulna of getting -
matter employing an attorney Besides thu above named children Rollins. They would work until numb
; title lilt-ate tranSfi'is' made incases .
City a solid refrigerator cur of cabbage "UI't i rich' null I k I . to prosecute whiskey moonshine deceased left sister Mrs. 11. ed l h the their taken ,
the one > cold places were whom have' bought
mustard beets, rutabagas find ,: they / curs i iI i mind mid heart in the hurly-hurly of
or liquor cases walt taken upland
| Y. of Starke und one other, by others.
Brown 'I from ulliurn.. AH nexult, (hey are thu
ri'ul
I i ai rots left Starko Wednesday for entitle epidemic" In otlii'f suolioim -
I
of Louis II.
upon motion Hill N. 1J. \\ Ylln, of Arrcdendo; also a1 AH the hours grew longer und longer that now unable to purchase liiensu tags I I tlit
M.I market, T. S. Williams making of Stall' Much money in nottu
sccondtd by J. L. Underhill E. !' I'
I I
large number of grandchildren andgicatgrandchildren Collins: begged the workers to tie ': thu shipment. until' the: title- certificate transfers urnmudu. I cssontiul u liuppy existence.
Johns \\ Uti selected for the term of of her .
one u rope around his body und pull him -- ---- Iran-rerH are liumg "IU III 11I"1 1 1lul' i Right now. diuinic February IM the
two years at $0.000 per month. The grandsons being Congressman-elect: out even if it pulled olf his foot. The DEA'IH OF' MRS \\AIN\VRKilH'( I because the former' owners huvu ,I hint to plant out Lruon, iiulinM flowIn -
"> vote tailed\ follows J. L. Underhill
was as : -
R. A. Green. i I
last rescuing( party to come out lust. lost their certificates of title or hive 1',s oMiiiini'iilul/ shrubbery and all
i and Louis 11. Hill voting Mis! E. J. Wuinwnght hj diedheio
yes For foity-ftve Mrs. Andreu I!
years night saul he was cheerful and l expressed moved away and failed, deliver\ thu .eml.LI'ul.I/'ul K row III. Study thu cutuj -
and G. W. Hanson und S. V. Andrews early 1'uenday She
consistent member of the New morning was
was a the belief that hu soon wouldbe title on the cur when/ sold' to thu presI I!j! loguuH ul' tilt ninsi'omcn/ ut unco! and
voting no. There being a tie vote the' River Baptist church. She was a rescued.All the wile of the lute Ned Wainwright, I ent I '
". owners. I| muki- your orders. Wo have the soil
mutter decided by the chairman of Bradford She raised fifteen
WAS sweet Christian, character, kind forgiving i I county I I
day Sunday workeres using During the ten Buys office
past my und iliinatill IM to to do
I up you your
"i who voted children to be and thirteen ,
\ yes. j anti sympathetic, a faithful cold' chisels, chipped fiiiall pieces of grown, i has been "swamped" with nil kinds of'' I
,, : Bond of i). E. Adams as notarypublic wife und an affectionate mother. I of them are now living. part.With
( flint from the boulder while otherKfluirmud title certificate tangles I um elidoav-j
\ 7,,, presented and approved. | Thu interment was in the family through the long The funeral took plucu Wudnus- ormg to help then ear owners in ;! all OUT blessing Ut HUll, climate
>'J'{ ;'" Bonds of rA.. Supp for Justice: of burial lot at New River cemetery. passage ,lay afternoon, at -J.UO:: from thu fatally I health ,und natural environment, ,
trio\
food coffee
taking and to possible but the fault lies, I
every l ,
Pence District No. 7 New River and imprisoned residence Rev way wi' believe that lnv stmcitn here will
,& Many beautiful floral offerings were man. L. W. Kicklitur of- of course, not with this olllco btteuuwI { |
*" 'J j.C. W. Sapp for Constable District sent by friends and relatives. The li<'!IItllll('. The interment was in prove, us safe. and profitable UH In any
I have been tuku of
'INo. 7 New River Lattr.! the experiment of heating ( ready to care i portion of Florida and far butter 1
\ were presented and pall-bearers were: J.o'. Colley N. T. Crosby cemetery.! D. C. Jones, under- ,, these transfer ,
/' I the rock effort break faster !promptly had they
'approved. in tin to it taker. than in many parts of the State. We
: Hitch, W. W. Baisden Mallory '
''.' Them being no further business, the ( Thomas S. I Ii. Johns Sr., and N. U. was tried, but this, too, proved slow. An obituary of Mrs. Wainwright been the trouble made ut arises the. because proper time the but- need' more tu think of ourselves than

board adjourned to meet in regular Wainwnght.; I work. Nothing apparently could be will appear in the next issue of the purchasers what the tourist or stranger may
I of these cars on which titlecurtilieutes
done to speed the work. think of
,J_ession on the first Monday in March, -- --- ----- up 1'elegraph. UH.
r ll83 i :>. G. W. Alderman clerk. WILL 1 SEEK AD FUND: Hm STAT'E';' Collins went down into the passage. '' weru outstanding have Florida is now tnu "Wonderland"
; .J21.9115.I waited until lime to gut licenses tugs
Tallahassee total of .
(*lX923.I alone Friday morning. Ho hud descended
attracting attention all of
in part
The result of balloting by members J01 I before undertaking to straighten out
gallons of gasoline were sold by
fJ. W. ALDERMAN perpendicularly HO feet and
; '' our great nation Thin Is demonstrated -
of the Florida Board their titles.
f Clerk and Auditor. Development an then crawled along the crooked rasolmo companies operating in Flur- thu
narrow hundred of
; by millions
.
commercial of tho : "Under the circumstances above
l organizations referendum da
during 1U2I
according to a state. ,
crevice*some distance. Turning to
already invested in the State In liulMmtc
i 'POP'S"' BREAKING; INTO: ; PRINT"Pop : ; submitted by the Florida leave the ledge his foot jarred loose rent prepared by the state comptrol- mentioned\ feel thor is nothing to -
und enlarging In
cities
if Development( Hoard as to whether the .er's olllca. The three cents gal I I do but request you to 'postpone making manu-
; in. some rock. Melting snows on the surface per 1'ucturies, fruit und farm interests
,
: the star actor in "folks
next legislature should be asked to on gasoline tax un' this amount any arrests on iietount of ears
Our I hud caused a seepage and a ,,,'rmll"11 homes and winter rod
town, the Telegraph's comic make an appropriation for advertising brought into the state coffers a total not having WICK until February 10th.
strip, has offered 15: prizes for the Florida! the funds to be expended boulder estimated to weigh between revenue of $a.II',IIU77. The greatest. "Of course the majority of the automobile dnnccH, hotels, ruilrimda and public
MX and seven tons fell, pinning one of bulldlnicH. You have
best ink only to do
of himself your
drawing "laugh under the I InK to beat the band." The prizes of- i Development Board has been almost his 'feet between it and another rock I counts, which used u total of IUUH5- '' their tugs, and those I cases which pnrt to get, your I".rtlncl while you
Fuce downward in the he
i icy mud about don't
it
fered include baseball bats gloves, I unanimous in favor of the proposition. lay for 21 hours before searchers i JIO g:dlons of gasoline the revenue on ure not tied up with titlu certificate are lurid forget to cultivate

mitts etc., and so far three Bradford This was the announcement made which was y482Vr! >7.'lu.: Ilillsboro tangles will receive. license tugs prido.
found him. Hut the boulder im-
Comity:. boys have entered the con- ,I by Secretary A. A. Court; who said movable. was county was tho next largest contributor promptly. I C. I. PEEK Mayor.

test, Lester and Clyde Austin, of that I'M: members voted for and four I I
with f$77.7l0.41.1.! : und tuvul MIKCKTH: lliiNi: URAlTci
)
I county -
Grimly tackling an almost hopelesstask BAKERY' IN Nl.!:\V
Starke til'Alt'1'EILYThe
Clyde Kelly of Crooker.
I)I against while 30 commercial
organizations
the workers pecked at the i' sofas a close third with a total : ,. I
i This contest is open to all boys between clustered favorable vote away Several streets nf Stnrku
a belnif
gasoline tax revenue of $366.0:>.110. Sturkc has to are
'big rock, chipping off small flakes Bakery l moved its i inew
the ages of 8 and Ifl years the to three commercial organizationsvoting I pllw"l.Cru.I..- und rolli-d thiM week.
with each blow of the hammer. Then location on Walnut street und
drawings must be in ink and larger I against. '' uutRid'ber.m-, ; an ;opening; was; madu. the task of Ninth strict between Walnut and the
the blow torches but thistoo I completing the huge oven
than the tiuure in the conic strip" ., An executive meeting/ will be called- failed. were used I In" region of caves, the chief ofwhich is being rUHhvil. N. Moore has this work :i highway being built mainly of rock ,

and m'"st important of all, he must I in the near future Mr. Coult; said, to the found Mammoth cave, Collins has explored in charge. This oven is built solid and cinders, wait plowed und levelled
Yesterday have I
rescuers
be ,in awn laugll n!(. We have forwarded take uction un preparation of the definite many subterranean passages from the ground, has wnll-i eighteen ) !Monday. Cherry street wan. !graded to
plan to follow. tried
no They
< t'n' drawings submitted to Artist measure. I "If I don't come out, you'll know I was inches Tenth. The now city map shows
I but all thick and the top m addition I
everything suggested
Met ullonvrh, and he will announce The majority of the vote cast on ended in failure. The fact that attempts he is buried in there" he is quoted as having to its cover of brick will be covered streets where no streets t-xlMt. These

.the winners March 21Hh, The contest the referendum relating to an enabl- told some as ho disappeared on with earth aid In thu I avenues should bu opened and crews
us an
facing the the keeping
entrance to makes
I
date closes :March l.'ith, und before that ing act to permit cities and incorporated -1 it impossible for any one to cave get to his l last trip into the earth's recesses. heat in, The proprietor Mr. Nobles'expects placed at work gracing and ditching
want of ,
we more drawings them.
many tb
municipalities adopt zoning ''
Old Pop sent in. Mr. | Collins' feet. The passage is so small Cove City Ky, Feb. 4.-Just as to start baking first of the _.
the ---
McCulluugh, regulations were said to be favorable. I - ----
next week.
artist whe draws the comics for tho hu cannot untie his shoestring or rencuri'rs were confident today of the : TAKING 'U.UlItICS: ; ; I KXAM: '
each DANIEL HELL | wriggle loose his foot. release of Floyd Collins trapped In'' :''
Telegraph week is giving these : CKO.S.S-\\OUD: PU//LES POPULAR! I
Collins is hopeful because be- Sand-Cave since I Superintendent Wiggins. held an
prizes and he writes that they will be once Friday morning 1 apart I
Daniel Bell 66, well-known retired fore he through what the .. examination for teachers at the
of the best baseball equipment and came safely of roof and wall fell in and The Telegraph's crossword puzzlesare
farmer and pioneer resident of Florida -I for time be fatal '' 'I courthouse Thursday, the entire day
well worth a few minutes effort with appeared a to a ac- barred them from the man they have' bringing in many answers very
pen and ink died yesterday morning at his jcident. That was two years ago when been trying to save. few, however, being correct throughout. being taken up by the different iubJCIIH. -

home near Baldwin. Besides his wife 1 i he was exploring Crystal cave, owned There Is a chance however, that Mrs. A. 11. Freeman of Jackson- ,I i Taking the examination were

CLEELAND: PARTIES he is survived by eleven children Mm. ; by him and his father, Lee Collins.At the elide which put off the rescue has ville, sent in the correct answer to 'Mrs., J. .1. Collins Mrs. Mildred Mc ,

BUY LAKE PROPERTY Minnie Peterson, of Baldwin; Mrs. that time Collins was Imprisoned freed Collin's foot, jammed in a cre- last week's puzzle and it was some Millan, Misses Bertha Saisee, Ruby

Dumby Wilkinson and Mrs. Gussie I by huge rock which fell vice Poppell, Daisy Moore Sinah Moore
I a near the toy a boulder. Rut there is now a what of a twister, necessitating, Mrs. ,
One of the more important realty i I Wilkinson of Maxville; Mrs Ollie I entrance narrowly missing him but two-foot wall of rock and /gravel between Freeman writing, "the dragging Eunice Perkins Carrie Green Maud
deal of this week is the sale of 240 Smithand Miss Edith Bell of Baldwin Mitchell.
I leaving him entombed.For the cave explorer anti the out- forth of more than one reference .
acre of land bordering on Lee Lake ; Ernest Bell of St. George Ga.; I 48 hours he directed men on the side world. book. Try luck this
week'spuzzle .
Cleveland i your on \\ft.Wn'ST: .:IC SUI'l'Jol:
to parties for develoPment I'Eddie Bell, uf Orange Park Allen i I ,
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Into a winter resort. The sale was Bell and Sidney Bell also of Baldwin.' I --- -- I I
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Starke Cllm Woodmen of the
made by G. M. Inman of Starke and :, Funeral services were held at the WARNING:'

he stated the purchasers plan to immediately grave at 12 o'clock today the Rev. J. I Chamber of Commerce Meeting By request of the town council all World upper will tonight hold at their the annual Masonic oyster ball

start improving the prop- !I F. Conway pastor of the missionary I citizens of Starko are hereby notified Members and
vlnltinjj Woodmen
erty and place it on the market sale Baptist church officiating. The I that no trees shall be removed from I, be
urged to
of the greater portion of the acreage I ment will be in the family inter-I. the streets which include sidewalks present.No .

already being assured to Cleveland I Marcus Conant Company.-.. _Lawtcy, Tonight, Friday, 8:00I without permission of the council. matter who you think you can't >

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FRUIT TREES "GENTLEMEN: : : FOR YEARS I I Our ancestors lived in trees and the Colds Cause Orlp and lofluenza

HAVE BELONGED:i TO GRACE ,average man of today is up a tree LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablets remove
'< Just as the orchardist is able CIILRCII IN OfRTOWX:i the cause There U oaly oiu "Bromo Quinine."
.httt ,much of the time.
s t+ E. W. GROVE'S tiaunin on box. :JOa
t through nourishment to increase

.l the vitality and resistance of his (By Dr. Lloyd C. Douglass Congrega- r-

letnptattensCfBTISS apple-tree to winter's cold, so is tional Clergyman.) .J111th any but a childish conception of
such a being ?
1 the body fortified withScott'S What most! unsuccessful churches'need

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into French which ho imariably used of resignations i from certain members, country information on a> statement
lil.IMPSE
CATCHES A
EmulsionThousands the officers with this recently published by EngH1papers. !
emphasis to what he was saying forwarded to
OF TUB REAL SALLIE to give! Tho British have arranged
d look after awhile simple statement:
would me
upon
"you
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their that they can take
"You're getting tired of simple folk as a policeman. My words of now t 1 il <". it as regularly Jtntlemen: For many years I have in shIpsballast! OK OM aide or the
who don't speak the name language warning with which I would halt as they take food to build belonged to Grace church in Ourtown. other, and thus, by making the
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that you do. Isn't that the trouble your headlong and stumbling footsteps I have little to show for it. Belongingto ship tip over, ruin the! guns to the
I, Sallie?" he prompted. would be as lashes to your healthy resistance and! to protect it has nut made me any kinder or desired elevation 'ana Increase their
"No I've loved every minute of it"I high-hearted spirit. I Ii them when winter's\ cold arrives. more charitable, or more lovely of r ng' without actually changing

I retorted "it has been splendid. Get "But-you have already been a. Take a lesson (rum Na I charm'tcr. Les' if anything. Doubtless the mechanical 1 adjustment of the
ting up early and at night so tired good influence for me," I argued. this is my own fault. I have gone guns.
that one can sleep at the fist hint of I "You're very sweet to say that but.I ture-keep your body there on Sundays and have sung, 'I By Arthur Brisbane
That be
darkness. And do you know Curtiss, it U a thankless task this malting strong to resist weakness- !.u\'c.'fh)" Zion Lord,' and then I seems but of course to we highly can't Ingenious do-
I haven't even thought of a cocktailor over of others. If you're this you're take Scott's Emulsion I have conic back home to pick flaws it in this country because probably

a fair." I added as the thought this and if I'm that-I'm that. And I Volt & Downc. nIl>OIJIA.ld. N J .s Z'9RIG ;I with everything in it, from the color THE SUN'S RADIUM. somebody in Europe would object.
t' came to me. I who am I that I should presume to "" of the carpet and the length of the l 1E? BELIEVES IN GOD.

.. "I know you haven't and I've admired change you?" II i iI TRUCK: LINES TO prayer to the soprano's hat and the CUR GUNS STAY DOWN. A great surety company adver-
J you tremendously for it," he I He bowed his head in bis strong ( BE RAILROAD'S HOPE squeaky shoes( of old Brother Good- f t lestooo00 reward for the return
t responded. "If you could see how yet sensitive hands that were bronzed -, enough, who takes up the collection. .. TABILIZ1NG. BANDITRY.. of a million dollars' worth of bonds
i ,1 much more attractive you are out In < from his life in the open. Stillness | Motor. Truck Fast Displacing Small I have kicked about the expenses, --- -- ------ !ltl>lcn. It says it will!! pay ten per

f the open like this with your eyes lay about us.-The sacred hush of at( Branch! Lines of Steam Carriersi fussed about the ventilation complained Scientists studied the earth's stolen iv.it: of whenever the face value It shining from good wholesome living cathedral. Incense of pine and that I about the preacher, and the snow magnetic currents, as affected by make good insurance such to
and all the fol-de-rol forgotten. But subtile fragrance of the clean-out-of- j I Seventy yearn ago the railroad on the step, and the dirt in the base- '' tin iioticed eclipse.that the Every eclipse ship's had. captain ef- bonds. on
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then, I suppose I'm radical on that doors penetrated the forest. drove the stave coach from the public ment, and the kind. of hymn-book we fat oi; the compass Science does
subject" he smiled and changed the In all the world there were just we highway. Today the !stage coach re- use. I know I shall certainly lose my :out know why.useibly That's interesting news to hon I
I subject "Do you know why I'm here two out there alone-together. i| turns and threatens to put the rail soul if I keep on at this gait. And I' .'' : &omo .scX.iU.it: got from bandits and holdup men. It sti:!
Instead of shooting quail with tho"I (To be continued) ,road out of business The improved can't seem to stop it. I have been at fi 1.. ec'ipie the mud important mtc bilizej their Indl try, It guarantees .
others?" :highway and the all-conquering motor it so long that it has become an ob i'i t'on'! at a'1' v.ich!' !has to do them $100,000 of good ad"
"No." LATE BLIGHT OF IRISH vehicle are producing this! remark- session. I have! tried to quit it, but ..''.h t'.e amount c'' radium in the cash on a million dollar bond ro''-
"I POTATOES SPREADS RAPIDLY ;,able In methods .,: be!')'. But what about the lu1 .
change
He explained the situation and 1 I : transportation! the habit Is too strong. I knock the against : ?
compounding felony
i from him I caught the spirit of the :{i I Irish potato fields have been endangered throughout the country. Senator Cum-I' church, to m; family! to the other i .TI.. jun'd length; nf' ]"e! a1I the
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sorrowed for the thrush mint, the leading authority in ('"nICI'I'IIS churches So I getting out n f this. and other! plane de-
t scene and during: the last week or two other am i j iwn.i ou the s'un's radlo-ncti\o It I la proposed to create an ""hpllrt" -
heart stirring with pity. on rail-l' ftd., estimates! that member, to neighbors belonging to | for
my through the spread of late blight- ,,"<'e. If the sun were merely hew York by roofing over
.1 "And what arc you going to do?" ono of tho most serious diseases of 75,000 miles of the g..o.OOO: miles of for the -nit" of m)' own soul's salvation uuimiig up, as wu once supposed, the yards of Peuiibvlvauia/ I Rail
t I questioned after moment's si i. railroad trackage in the United States tlla nothing of the high ._ road. Temporary landing I
u the crop. (i. }o'. Weber a plant disease -- > .. life of human. being> here an
: lence. specialist of the Florida Experiment in now unproductive and President benefit I know I am conferring upon ..,;'I.t be cut iio\Mi to u few juil-.. leaving places for tiers cities!..t
"Justice" was his swift answer. Station hal recently spent several Lorcc, of the Delaware & Hudson! Grace church by this resolution! .' i years, whereas it "ill probply! : !; thus be provided in many > ,
"Justice" I repeated, "Curtiss, it holds of declares that 25,000 miles, or onetenth for several hundred million Tnat ought to be done. Automobile -
days in the Iribh potato : ears / without
j of all the road trackage is so aided by radium energy In roads grade Growings; ,
that want to
seems to me you always .the state anti he warns growers that LARGE PROPERTY LOSS IN the could also easily be provided making
do the thing that's no high above tho i'precautions!! should be taken against unproductive that It will have to he GEORGIA FLOOD REPORTED sun. a roadway above railroad
others. Things we never think of do- ':'this disease immediately. abandoned outright. President Fairfax Bishop the Right Rev. William trucks running out through city
Ing. It must be Knul."til knowledge you arc bound to have of I control, recently, recently Dr. Weber the same opin ,fn. I waters continue to recede and ib, put out of the church.. Accuseor erly compensated. of course.
'. I. your integrity and your honor." I :said: "Late blight is a common and I. One important railroad official who the situation in the flooded area of being unorthodox, he protested -
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refused to allow the use of his "I believe In God." But that was Makeshift airports will soon be
i spoke slowly and my seriousness often a serious disease of the name Long, :McIntosh, Liberty and Glynn
very
broke the spell in which he had been predicted that twenty-five years'' counties i is much improved to- not enough, and he is out. outgrown however. Before you
I Irish! potato. And the weather during very bishop Brown's exact description die in every big city the week end,
hence there will be few trunk-
submerged and thoughtful. the last ten days has been almost only a night. of God in which he believes would will see thousands of flying "club
I "It isn't that" he interrupted line roads spanning the continent left! Ludowic'i is confident that the expected load
ideal for its development and spread. I b- interesting. One small boy, cars, each: with its of passengers -
I ; sweeping aside the words of praise "The disease which is caused. by. a in thm country, and the vast amount further rise in the Altamahawill a -ked to describe God, replied In- flying off to mountains, or
1" almost abruptly, "there's no satisfaction -' fungous organism, may be easily detected of money now invented in railroadswill not materialize. The first train I st..ntly. II e'. got a long whit! seaside, in Summer; to Florida
( i fur the soul in.my thoughts, in the Held by the occurrence be transferred to investment in' to reach Ludowici since the burningof be'ird, and high-top boot." That California, etc., in Winter
I I no unusual quality to them. It seems, of circular or oval shaped spots gray :other property. This official went on : a part of the bridge across the wi. .-, perfectly respectful.! It deer -
I I though that I just miss the gay ones to black in color found on the leaves to say that the more populous the' Ogeechee river reached there tonight, ) ibe.l the boy's highest ideal. The Philadelphia Mint begins
and must follow things that no one The stems turn brown or black when .country became, the less need there carrying an accumulation of mail. i coining 8,000,000 half-dollar coinsto
Many human beings imagine a commemorate the of
l' clue can see and ai, far as you and attacked. A single spot is usually would be for railroads. North Caro- The highway from Ludowici to Savannah Co: .1, somewhat aa that little boy General Robert E. Lee,courage Stonewall
i 1 t your friends are concerned, the things found on a leaf, and often the larger lina, for example, has three Southern'trunk is still impassable. in tamed him, with a beard thatm Jackson and other, and the carvingof
,, that do not matter." lie threw out part of the leaf is affected. Frequently lines and the sections of these j Major G. W. Price U. S. A., who I \ his hand in the little gesture with a downy or hairy growth is: found lines, and the sections of these lines was sent to the flooded area by Col. I mended. etr. What !U the Right Mountain near Atlanta.
1 I which I had grown familiar, "one's on the under side of the leaves. This traversing that state have paid more Raymond Sheldon, commanding officer Reverend Biuhop's Idea of a Supreme These coins have a meaning even
1 thoughts and feelings can not be Ignored 'growth is the spores of the disease per mile than the sections per mile in at Fort Scriven returned toSa- j Being managing such a universe more important than their meaningas
I I. however." which .when scattered cause further any other nt millions of anti .
sun enterprise. They establisheven
I l "Perhaps too have such line feeders "f these trunk lines area portion of the flooded in
we, some spread of the disease territory i planets, ooiwtAnt change every- more firmly the fact that the
I' I emotions in our innermost beings, but "If the disease is to be controlled, becoming unproductive and will, be- Long and :McIntosh county. He dc-1 I wh..r... with everything whirlingand Civil War belongs to an air<>...*JiPt,
i are unwilling to face them" I admitted these spores must be killed. For this fore a great while have to be abandoned : dares that there has been big property 'I lyinor around ind nowhere any i is past. And they will be prized
I I "it's so much easier to ignore purpose apply 5-5-50 bordeaux mix- because of the multiplicationof damage, but no loss of life has comfortable stability? in the North even more highly
' I problems than to be analytical and ture, or dust with copperJimdust, motor trucks and motor busses. been reported in the district. j Can inv; human mind really have than in the South.

i introspective We admire though the This same official mentioned half a _. .
you using from 10 to 15 pound to '
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f, .I L, things that are too much bother for "On my trip I found late blight in I'! have become incubuses to their own-

us to notice. The things that we laugh ,a large number of public field visi ers. '
and scoff at, Curtis. but" I continued; ted. With a couple of weeks of favorable -I I But the competition of the railroad
voicing for the first time my real weather it will cause much with motor vehicle in North Carolina
I' opinion on the subject "even though loss unless control measures are taken with its excellent system of highways
we've steeled ourselves to a sort of at once. Every farmer should get has not yet become so acute u> it has FOR SALEShafting
callousness against tho finer prompt- his duster or sprayer in operation at in some other sections of the country,
lags there are moments when wes once. This will be necessary in order it was pointed out. The grunt Boston
realize that there is another side of to insure thc best yield." & Maine system in :New England is a
life that makes us look like the wasters consolidation of seventy-suvi'ii lines,
that we are" I concluded W. C. t'. U. 1:1: 1"\IUS l'I'O'lCTI'E: and it embrace 2,450 toilet of track. A
lie searched my face us if he hal DIUYH\ TIllUJl'//.IlOl"r :NATION):i Until recently this road had a monori-
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never expected to hear me speak of Total abstinence law and observance oply of the passengers and freight' ,
anything substantial. I was flushed and, pledge signing are' features transportation! service in :New Eng
,. t and breathless from my dissertation. of the Youth's Year program of the land. Today, because of motor vehicle
"Then you do-you have realized National W. C. T. U.o'our young competition, 1,000 miles of the Boston
the difference bctwcen-cr-shall we women have started on a speaking & Maine trackage is unproductive.This .
say drifting and rowing. You're very tour of the country which will cover part of the system handles only
I fine, Sallie when you're in a different 12: states in the first six months. They '3 percent of its business and the
environment from the artificial atmosphere will devote their efforts to the enlistment managers of the road have decided to
'I you-\e been breathing. And of young men and women in cut off this 1,000 miles and substitute I

yet," he resumed "you'll go back; to total abstinence work A goal of 1- motor vehicles the company itself ,
,:j p! It," and his voice hell sadness "you 000,000\ children signers is the figureset. operating the vehicles. j Hangers
.' who in poppy fields are so drugged I I The report of the Chicago, Milwaukee -
with the perfume and color of the Education in social morality on & St. Paul Railway for" 1H2I! : I
( petals that it's almost impossible not the basis of the single standard of shows these same conditions operating -
:lib to get lost in the maze of blowing; morals; education in loyal citizenship as in the Boston & :Maine system. ,I
.: blossoms" including the enlistment of first The earnings of that road for the last Pulleys

, b !.. I was deeply touched by his emotion. voters and foreign born citizens; creation year will not meet the fixed charges '
f I of a sound public sentiment for Many: of the large Mid-Western lines

' t "You can save me Curtiss," I suggested world ponce, anti border conferencesas are operating their branch lines at a
I Jr. and my voice held a note of an aid to stamp out rum running I dead loss and it is only a question of'' ENGINEHaving
I entreaty.. from Canada and' Slider are other time when these branch lines must be I

t dais! non!" he declared! lapsing features. of the progrunpt ( |abandoned or the main lines will go
r I into bankruptcy. I

1 These conditions, it is pointed out,
. must he considered an important fac
tor in any general reduction, of freight
rates and in any plan adopted for the installed electric motors for we have
. Cushman Offset Motors onsolid.ition of the trunk lines of' the power,

country. For years, the Interstate
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I'ommericCommission has been trying the above equipment for sale.

1, I to work out a plan to consolidatethe
trunk lines It is now said that no
For i-lTectixe plan of consolidation be
can
e adopted without lopping off unproduc- Engine---I. H. C., horizontal type 6-horsepower in
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tl\ l' branch lines. In ninny commiimtns -

If '> w hero I toads have discontinued orrtd'iitvl good running condition. Burns kerosene; equippedwith
,; IntertypesLinotypes branch lice service, the d"mpanie -

1 11I111..*t"?,have re-tore been the haled: serMco.The tci court. and magneto, coil, extra igniter. Shafting 1 9-16

important official referre I to diameter with actions all
size wood and
,. and alune dei'ires, that no substantial conn: ; pulleys,

! v fright, rate reduction can he made steel. and boxes. All material offered
Hangers
i Linographs iflifti\e," till! the unproductive lines "if as
I rII r- the' country are abandoned. Heth
.nks the railroads should have the good as new, and will be sold at a sacrifice.

II 1 1ff The last word in power. Compact unit. Quickly right nf way on the highway) oper
.ate motor busses, and trucks as f"I,1
J installed. Simple of operation. ers to the trunk lines, but he i i" in
d,nibt! whether! the States would ever

grantuch rights to railroad com I

9 One of those motors has just teen added? to the Bradford panies. _____ I

County Telegraph rquipment.Writ IIAKDKK COl'NTY TO 11.'t:

BIG; FAIR EXHIBIT

for Detail.I llardee county will have an exhibit, BRADFORD COUNTY
at the South Florida fair to be held

j ill T.impa earls in Fehrunr: ac ord- I
ii'T to an announcement by represen-
CUSHMAN ELECTRIC CO. I tntir business men. The city council TELEGRAPH
and the county commissioners have

I ti Concord, N. H. I donated $.'00 each, and business men ,
will subscribe ft.500 so that Hardeo .
.'unty'. exhibit will be a creditable j jne. I
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..... r fcruninaily attacked the wife of a liltOOKER -
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prominent business mun here lust
i.riMAii', i ,i. ii I u. \1. lla/ei II.I' -
sho t.ctith at ,
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of Florida in Short Saturday night, was
Paragraphs his home in the negro sicm h". .,. 1 "ut."i.. to.1: U h. H"IIYll'r.. oft ,
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The police drove him trout ills Guamwhere

'St' t''N I he had barricaded himself, with ncsiluy.Mis "

I Live tear bombs. The negro came, gun In Rosetta ....c\.n, cif lliMh' &
has
Springs. who been
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i ladder lie
I tempt to climb down a was
Told met by three bullets from the gun of past week lutuinud home .Monday
by Our
Exchanges. :
Elder of Laciostc' .
Moody, \\ ?> aL-
un ulticer, and dropped to the mound.
to butiness huruedius la\ .
tending .
dead. According to the police, they
r 'II Mr. and Airs. t Hiizen of
ti. LIIW-
traced the negro who attucked the
\\"uchula-R"alizinlC the need for the automobile ho had ', toy, visited his mother, Mrs 1)V AsiSAY
as date for completion of the job. woman through an !
ilazen here
:.." i operation and organization ''stolen shortly after the attack. Detectives Thursday.

m.In i ,ell:alive business men here will New; Sm'rna-Dr. Davis Forstur said that he hud been! seen' Mrs. T. C. llazun und children of

me it sell, to organize a chamber of and associates: of this city, have sold 'washing the stolen car. They said l.iiwtey visited homufolks here last

loinnicicu.! The estimated population to Lumon and Wutson, of :Miami, u they found blood stained clothing in week.

ol the city is ,000., 'tract of 50UOO acres, southwest uf the home when they searched it after Airs. 1'. M. Barefoot und littleduughter

New Smyrna, in Volusiu' county. The .the negro was killed. The negro, they Juunita of Starke, visited
Tallahassee-The rush her alawl'Ir U T. Onluun here
season is deal made "BA TR
was said
through Osteen At ; answered tin description given ASPIRIN"and INSIST !
now at its height!
in the automobile Wednesday.
Sick, local realtors. The tract, form- by the woman, following thu attack
license department at the capitol. Mr. Hough, of (Clay',IU, wus attending -
the last
etiy owned by Cummer interests, batuiduy night. The jumped -
negro Unle.sN "
Some "iIIDO; licenses are being issued of Jacksonville, borders the St. Johns on the running board of the automobile to business hero 'lliursduy. .1ttI( :xcilio "Hi\ir, ; CrllO" mi! t.inletsou\ are

daily. Only about half of thu automo- ,; ri\'ur. and contains over 27,000 acres which the woman was drivl11l,1'l I| L.. Ii. Oainey has purchased! I the not setting Hit1 i,:mine B.lh'r.pirin proved :>aleby (
bile owcners in the state arc taking Kills null owned! by E. S S. Uuinuy, of
of high prairie muck soil having and ut the of revolver forced
tin
point a i millions
advantage, of the opportunity to buy elevation of 33 feet above the St. her to drive out into the country. She i j j I'lunt, iit> und is now pivpurud to'' ;and prescribed;: by physicians :2years\ for

lucn-e tags at homo, it was .uid. : Johns river was brutally beaten with thu butt of I i ia I grind Guru every! Satin'day. !:

Hrad'ntun-II. J. Stewart, sheriff revolver and still is in a hospital.PIKS1 I I Miss Laura Wynn of bturke, visiledfriciiulrt I Colds I lltviduche Neuralgia Lumbago I
Key Host-Decision has been here Friday.
oflan.itee IIf tins county has put parents reached by the executive committee FLOUIDA RAILROADS Miss Ihuul Taylor, of Hell, who I''in! 1'iiolli.u'he' } Neuritis Rheumatism

county on notice that "the of the Oversea Highway Association I'SKI U MULE AS l'UWElt has been here going to nchool., returned -

piaLtiiu. of children under 14 years of to petition the Monroe 1 home :Sa turdgy. : Accept l only "Payer" package
county commissioners !
liti' dicing automobiles In !Manatee Original Line Is Now' Curt of S 'a.board'8 '
: Mr. A. \Viisdlil of here visited
county, when to float a bond issue of ap- !I' St' which contains proven directions,
unaccompanied by State
a System. ,
pioximateiy $2,000,000:! to be used itpr.cttcally hit brother Leioyusdin, of 'Lampii,
lurn-ed Hiiiuh ","r" boxes of
duly "ltnj
chauffeur 12
or owner of One hundred years UKU but six, sow .....t week-olid. tablnts
the completing u highway .\1..., IH I .tth."t 2111nll IOO--ruj/gi.t.) .
ear must stop. from this city to the mainland. Petitions the lirst railroad conali'uction started Miss Maltie! Ogden, of Uruhnm, Aiptrln. I.I '111. tr.,lB mark of Hirer UumrMUir ut k..IQ..n..rhlv.l.r. of 8.110,11"1"
in the state of Florida. It mule-
wits
Pen-a<'ola-A record acreage of have been placed in thu hands of u was visiting friends here Tuesday. .. i in.
Irish ami sweet potatoes is planned each member of the association withiniaructums power road und, may have been partinlJy Mr. and Mis. A. l I':;. .Mckinnuy ami '

this year by farmers of Ksc-umbia that they be circulated ic'hponsiUle for the nickname little son Everett; of iliiillptun, are T Osleen Sunday. (Ins to l.iisbiiic 'rl..yll'l'e IICI'omby :

counts who arc preparing to plant for obtaining signatures of persons ', 'Hacker'Kuen. to' native Moiidiuns visiting her parents, Mr. und Mrs. U. 1 Mrs. Kmnm: Hrown I. i.>f Lake Cny / Dana) Itukc.i .
because .
btvcinl tnousand<1 acres ot these crops, cmulilied' to ate' on the bond issue. of the way the drivers cracked \\'. JIux.cn, this week. was Msitmir friends here Sunday. i :Mrs. A. K. I'loi-tur, of Manning
their whips over tile heads of their ; I
according to J. Lee Smith, county Mr. and Airs. Uill Baxter, 01 Kindrick Alex Mary Cole, and children, of spent'l'hurday night and Fridny here I II

demonstration i agent It is estimatedthut St. Augustine-E. 11. Priest and engines.' < isle here visiting his mother, I.nke, ('it\., were' visiting friends n.id. ):'nest of Mr and Mrs. P. I' Doklo. !
'Iho !first I I ,
5.;(> carloads, of Irish potatoes Williun 11. ,bhoemukei, both of Atlanta known railroad was originally Mrs. Uuxtur. Shu is very ill ut Lhlllrltlllg' relatives here this week I' I' Dekle and W. II. UowlinirI

and lOU( of sweet potatoes were ship- drowned when the car in which as the Leon Railway Company vvu arc sum lo lepurt. i 'r. H. Ponholsti-r, of Graham was I! transacting business in Lake ,
mid the 1
line run from lalluhussee to'
fed from this county during the last they were riding went over an enii the port of St. Marks, on the Gulf Mr. ant Mrs 11. S. HUZL-II, of /ist.'Augustine vii-\ iting at the home of his mother I !Butler !Monday. !
i bunknient seven miles south of here .. i' horn for the week-end. '
dcason. !
i iI and coast uovernor Richard K. Call was !, lilt hero visiinirf Ills pa- !Mr. and !Mrs. Arch Crawford calledon
Lakeland Four turned over in u pond, according the chief promoter and owner Until relics, Mr. anil Mrs. U. W. hazes.I :I]'I' Guy Long was visiting triendn in !Mr. and !\Ir... P. I'. Deklo Saturday.
hundred to
and made
seven- a report to the sheritt's olhcuhere. St.irke
t '-four residences the early iUs the Tallahassee road i J!+. C Lont, and ciiiidic-u wit hero I Il'l'ldI1Y i Sunday. |' K. H :\Id.I'oll. accompanied by his
were erected in They were drowned before they |i Duck Andrews and Uoy were
I to visa. bur a while in I I son Mrs. Annie! !
the Uuurgiu ilnughti
was only one in actual operation Hayes, were
Lakeland dining! 11KJI: according to 'could be, ieino\ed from thu water. The visiting friends at New River Sunday. i I :
in Florida wiln rvlauves. I I Ii I here, on business Monday. '
records kept li> city oltloials, at a cost accident, it was said occurred between although a line constructed :i
'' Li-sly Groen, of Pine Hill, was with I'
>r.V.. I';. MIddle tOil of blarke
from St. : was
Joseph to lolu
looking
was >er- William and Jexso Dukes
of more than three million dollars. seven and eight o'clock, January 28. oJ ,'' friends here Sundiy.' were
'a i
This record compares with 348 new The men were believed to be traveling sited for two years before, being pioU'-sbional' visitor lure r'rmduy.Abr. | Ab.'rI I after business here Saturday.Mrs. ,

residences in 1U22! : at a cost of $1- salesmen. The bodies were abandoned as a losing: enterprise. ,, eiry, of La'Ytey. was u busiIICSH i' Mrs. Davis mind Miss limes friends' P. 1'. Deklu was shopping in i
: Just betoru the war between the visitor heie Friday. I IK natliy, of Stnrke, wore visiting : Dukes r'l,'iday.
2M.295, and !-U: in 11)23 which cost 'brought here.Orlando I
$2,145,7115: Suburban development In'I __ states the following lines were found A. Weeks was attending to business and relatives here Wednesday.I I J. L. Simpson ,returned, Sunday from J

and around the city during 1921 ii: 1 Recommendation has in operation in 1< lorilla: 1'ionda jvan- In :Marke riduy. I I I' and Mrs. L. L. Alorgan and u trip to South Florida. i

estimated at 7000000. 1 been made to the Chamber: of Comniercc : roud (rernundmu to Cedar: Key), l.;>5 Lewis bhnvcT: was u visitor to children were visiting homufolks at Mr. and Mrs. D. J. U. Green were '
I< that miles; 1'unsac'ola and Georgia Lukci :Sturke; Sunday and wall accompanied' :Sampson; Sunday.Cleveland .
a municipal radio( broadcasting w >ek-end guests of relatives, hare
Madison--Julian Touchton 21 yearsof station be established by Or- City to Tallahassee), 114 miles; Moi- liome by his sister Miss Margiirieteonriver. 'I Molt and mother of Mr. and Mrs 1'. I'. Dekle hail as i'

age is in a dying: condition here, 'lando, with .*>00 watt power capable ida, Atlantic and Gulf Central: (Jacksonville ", i| llc'ilbroim SpriiiKH, were visiting rola.I )guests Sunday! D. I. Ultimo and W. 1 II.[

following an automobile accident of carrying the city's message to to Luke City), UO mileI; I' loiidu '- School caused here last Monday on'' lives here t;unday.IL Ilowling.Mlss'x.

seventy-live miles south of this city. '|territory withing a radius of i,000 & Alabama ((1'eiibacola lo Alabama account ol sickness. We wish everyone I*. Ciiimey and O. W. Hurry wore Idu und Minnie Dlutno visi !,

Young Touchton and a companion'' miles. A station of tins strength can line), 47 miles; 'lallahasseu Kuilluad a speedy' teruviy.Miss i I attending to business at Ueala lust
h'cI's.! J. L. Simpson Sunday.'
Elliot Moore, who was driving, were be sot up for about $IOUO: it is estimated :J2: miles; and :St.: Johns Railroad Alary 'lluunas, of Slake, is Monday. I The tacky at the home of
going at a rapid rate in a For car U 1-J miles. The total amount Among those attending church at party
with an additional expense of visiting friends here this week.J. .
I Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Dukes Saturdayevening
when a radius-iod camp loose. The $4UOO for studio control room and of money' invented in building and C. lone wits attending to business I :New: (Hope from hero Sunday were JIi'1. well

car tm'ningthrl'e somersaults and other incidentals.! Ksti; mates place thu equipment was estimated ut seven in Luciosse riduy. I I I. Morgan Uev. J. H. Kulley und 11. wax attended. l
I Mis t, 11"\\,11 Johnson,. I Is onvuluscontafter j
,
both boys were thrown out. number i million dollars > Shaw. i
of people that could be reached Miss Vnginiu Weeks, of htarko,
Kulcitsu Godwin and Morris Edwards an titlark of inlluetizii.fa : .
of the debt from the International Jim ,
this -
the
m way would uppioxim.ite. spent week-end here with her
; pa-
1\liumi-As the result of decision .
n ,
of sturke business -- -- --
: to
2,000,000. Improvement 1 Fund in 1881 tilts, Mr. und. Mrs. Ii. A. Weeks. were attending
by Dade county circuit court Mrs. caused the railroad mileage, of the Mr. lieie I' riduy.Mierilt Cure a Cold In One Day
W. M. lliilljwui, ot: (. 'III1<
Olivia Elssler, has been awarded Tampn-Flonda has about 30 percent state to incic-use in three years' moio villc and Alls. W.1.. 'S-// 1 ICpiierBon and Deputy Unla Tale ilAXAIIVh I : IIHOMO, ) glllNINF Tnbliil., ) '1m'
land in a Miami suburb valued at less fruit to the than 800 silos llollovvny, den of :-;tal'koVero attending to the W"II\': \' nut; s''fit mini: : :IK. sod: work tit; the,
ship during balance making u total of 1,207 \Vuldo were here last weuli-und with f: / lit I Kiniifliiir, nu.arh ii.,>. Mts.Th .
$2-;>0Ol)0) The decision was rendered of the current season than it had miles in operation. Thu business here Friday.
next seven her molhei, Mrs. hmilly; Abbott. I ---- .
after a three years' fight' uii her part at this time lust saw this / Mr. Han Lynn and wife of Olliu....-
year, according to a years ligure more than Lutiiin lla/en, of L. uf 1''. was I
during vvniih she was for a part of statement issued here by C, E. Stewart doubled. ting his parents 1 here, this Villi-// villu, weru visiting heieVcdntitday.

the time forced to work as a dishwasher : business manager of the Florida The Seaboard Air Line, although Mr:;. J. B. Thomas, of ZilF, Mi. and Mr>>. 10, M. lla/.en Thos-, 6

I in a Philadelphia! establish Citrus, Exchange '"I'he latest estimate the last of the important railroad shopping here last dien' weiu visiting in Starku
r i iday.L.
mentto provide means of self-sup- made by the )Honda Citrus Exchange systems' to be ontanuud in the state. L, Moigan) who the I 'lay. I..r....niill'in, for.
occupied
.
poit. slums that the total citrus vmbiiices the section which I loiiresenls Ilrooks house moved the flint. of theweek Aubrey llazen IcTt hero Siiiiiluy t> rValdn I Colds" (Irppe; | Hi'Mime. Headnrbex -
'
crop for the state will to the \ where he unlured school. ( oiislip, 'iHon' Ililloiimici.
of'the run only pioneer road from Tallahas- I
Quinij A representative into tile house owned by Mrs .. .. ..
II I. thp nm.l Ir ritnrrif .lm .
win
roniptiollei front Washington has arrived :| 17,000,000 or 18,000,000 boxes, or 48JOOO ,- nee! to St. Muiks. It took three years j jIn 11. Oamuy. The school. truck run by 1 1. 1 U. iainoy -- .

of to 50.000 cot'loads," lIay"Jr.! complete the! 22 miles of that road now gnus to Stnrke nnd curries about Tit! l.uurJlllck
here to take charge the i A. I.. :Surrency: who has been visiting I Stop" H
banking institution which closed its I i tuwart. "This estimate is more than and it was of lhu, poorest construction'' t lelutivcM ut Lake turned I twenty pupils.
I 1'ly. ... .. Hike MAYIS' III J-AJ.I: INI; IHINKV.: a
two million boxes -- ----
doors a few days ago. Loans on which I i|'I under lust season's'production with little attention paid to oracle, |home this weak. FIVE 6111.E coup![ UK'In, me who' h stills' till roml'i ny

no collections could bo made was given and about four million the tits. being laid on top of the A. A. linden: und family, of Gainesville Imnllnit the liilliimnl and irrltuled tlssuus.

as the principal reason for thebeak's boxes under governmental estimates ground and the light weight rails were here* ut the bedside l of his five Mile, J Feb a I. (J. Johnson A .box. of .KOVI.'S; H'hN-TRATE:

pre. . Argo have returned' from a SALVK for On.->t Oilds. Head Colds; and
und down dale, through forest and 1 I Croup Is <>ml". siil with rvery bottle olHAY
and
the situation
are facing calmly Tallahassee-A total of very ill. motor trip to I'unln Oor 121,1155-\ US' I IItAI.INli: III INKY. Th! salve
many expect that outstanding claims \001 gallons of gasoline were sold by swamp. "Trains" run without schedule. Hov I'e fiainey was visiting friends I Mr. and Mrs. Julius' 1'aExisl are re, should I hB l rubbed. on Iliu dies and throat

Will ,b,>' liquidated.Dnytonu gasoline companies operating in Florida Sometimes they didn't run. Time ,in Waldo Sunday. I leivniK the coiigrnlulalions of their of children siiffi-rinit! from n Cold. or Coup

during 11)21, according to a state. was nothing in the mules. young lives Mr. and Mrs. O. (i. Slruyhornc, of friends upon ho .birth of a iliiutthter The. Ifmllna ,.II.. ,'f of llnyrn 1I"nUllllllnmo.
-- Contract haM been ment The conn-ant between the first l wllIi 1 "In, l"'uhnil' nffiTt ftl.nnn
prepared the pa : :
: :
by state : 'i.
comptrol- ilininilfi, the of
Cleveland architect for nil I'm I rnia finlvn ponm
awarded to a loiida railroad line arid the last link
ler's oflice. The three cents ,r"lItM11': and l Mr. K.: M Hn/en, Sunday : Mattlo Druwdy has returned he.kin wen .hops| ttri.uillil
bcautifvmi the water front park ext..II.lin.4' lon gasoline per gal tn be added to its great network of i fm'nat u visit 'to nlnlives at Irfiesliurg. l 9n1 h ram"Ilnar.'pn.'k'IInmernrtonandrh.,;: : :|
tax
this ,, ,
on amount lit the eunihliiiil 'slln'II.I. Mr.
fi-"mi Casino Burgojne The to work the brought into the state coffers a total steel threads: is great. The line over Mr. Henry Douglass and family, of I Hubert Draudv nod! son, Cedl: after! um Just) ask your druggist for IIAYE'S'I :

bridge on l-airview avenue. revenue rf $a,0;,H,077. The greatest which the "Orange 810"Kul1Special"/ Olusti, were visiting at the home ofj j n few days' visit hero returned Suii- I IIRALINU: IKINEYATTtiHTtOH: .
is to be stalled immediately, it is announced will speed from Colemuu to West
contributor to this gasoline was Dade ......
Plans call for placingbrides Palm Beach: was constructed between --

across the river to City island county:210! gallons, which of used a total of 16,08.V; !March, 1J24! und January, 11)25.) The
gasoline the
erection of lights along the seawall revenue on entire new system constructed consists .
planting of shrubbery, all along which was 'J82,.">57,:.JO. Ilillsboro of 2U8 miles.! Thu distance between -
county was the next largest contributor wuvr racer 'B OKT THAT \
the waterfront nnd grading and genera Coleman: and West Palm Bench
1\2/1( is set with 177,730.40: \ and Duval county 201 miles FOLKSIN ( Oooa P>xeo LIMOEVbRV / w ft1 4-t
I be" iiititicntion. ;Mi1 1 m that between Tampa and -
(ante u close third with a total TlMB A/B OPEN T. ITTtl
West I'alm Hunch
17 miles.
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7
KII soli ne tax revenue of Jf v4A3 BH RAI&CD f\ LITTLL'WirH
$ >O.4a.bO.;
Tells Mow to End Six thousand men worked on the OUR TH AIg THIS

Tulbhn"Hce-The: state .spent nnaverage jub of laying this new linu and work 6PACBTHE

Night CoughingTo : of 20.81 conts dally on the was continued day and night. The. TOWNShe Deuarn: kt.t

uJk.'p of inmates at the state prison track was laid at the rate of two lo

quickly stop hacking Irritating farm' dining the year ending January three miles every twenty-four hours LAPSEOP

roughing at night, a very sim. Jl, li2"! : according to the annual report Not. only were records for lonclii

plo tiiatii.Lrit may do had that of Superintendent J. S. Blitch. railroad construction broken, but one


atir.. i. (provisions produced at the farm. The try's railroad development has such Wait

Tieteatmcnt t Is based on a remark |average" daily prison population was rapid onstruction been approached

i'lu'. prtsciiptinn known U3 ,II:!. The balance. sheet for the institu- The mw line cuts down the cross -

Dr. Ki.:gs' Niiv Discovuty fort tion for the twelve monte period state rail time by l' hour. It is entirely NOW

in-*.-. You simply tna\ tear shows: Cash expenditures $20,122"17. of IUII-pound rail, 1/6 per cent 1'7 PMCCEEO;

v nf',il at T"'frht b. fore rc'irmtr, payrolls $1,/,;,211.0.1! I. maintenance and ; trllllht.lth 57, 41 and 37 mile tan ,tt. s .t
t.. I h '1'J 1 it in vi, Ji th'Mt for l'j; improvements irvnts The maximum curvature i is but EdwdIAMcCUfovgh
< ,' ,,n, ,.lt .., d.1 hefure swallowing It, $OUJHlt.7fi.] Cash receipts Ii/o degrees and the (l) >t
irad
$ !7IUJ'10'! ; credit maximum :
Tho memoranda
\ .:I I. ut f ml ,w ing with water.! ,
: sundries $'/i.13' j ill hut :.1-10 J of one per cent.
credit
ju rill: n hi : a d,'uilo ae.kn. ; for improve-
It i 11. ony,: soothes and relieves ir- mentsMM: : t.08; credit for labor in'' DEATH AM FUNERAL- -- OK- -- AI/TUCASTIR : -
but it quickly cash ;.: ,:.
rititi. m and sureness, expenditure, $1,033.52, balance CL .\Tl' MARVIN HOLLINSi
Km' ,ens and removes! the ph!i-gm <(<,deficit) $11 ,031.21. .
i Lake Butler Jan. 21*. The funeral
and c m'i stton which are the direct i --- : = ?
came of tho coughing. So ni mat- Tallahassee The state railroad uf Cleatus M. Oollins, 25, took place THELZL ) rTrrl BOVQ

tor whether your cough is dry and "',ommissioners received notice from Tuesday afternoon at fi.30; : ..'d... k GlO I LEAGUe BAftUftALL.OLOVK& .

tight, or loose with much mucus, (, the interstate commerce commission from his home in Lake Butler, JCi-v r, SCOTT BATS BAt-jL& -

tho coughing soon itops, you can that proposed. Increases and changes W. K. Cramer, pastor of the Methodist gEE FQEF--FaES I

usually bleep your accustomed: whole time : In gathering charges up to Florida church conducting the services. : Lg I PR\E- =
break and the
without a The ._ ._
'. hissing points as factors of pallbearers were C. F. Rivers W.
short through
cough condition goes, in a very ,I rates on citrus fruit from points in H. Brnnnen, J. D. Cone, Ne. Er Roberts 1OH JUST Q.A"A OlCTUUE CX
time. K ( Duncan and William 'bcr Pop" IH nUb COMIC
contains nh.uhuelrnn this state to >
trans-continental
'ria prcsrrtptlon and
r 1. UK'. I intermountain m{,rciiP MAKE HIM LAUGHHABP ,
.,rcI, "r ocher h..rml..1 < Knight The Interment was in Dekle
I ,'. ..d Ie mr rn I Iy henumhmar .ho territory had been (t15AL OEAVHlM iN
hells the .'.t,."9I found not justified. | cemetery.His '
ally
1 \ a It rte I Carriers have been NPo"21 nott for MAJ"lHIM !
,. i ,, w If J:Fir.' ,rnhie,., In'.. ., peit ii t cllye' "YI ordered t, the advices stated, to cancel many friends were saddened 1 1.. LAUGH r.- 1 IDf9 ti4
.
: :. ;,1 n, ,!. : ;:. :.I .. \ the ",h. dulis specifying the increases by his death (the immediate rouse of LIMt 4-; PBlZE V/IHNINOr' O"AWINGS

: .I', ..I 'r t,.. \ ,.1 1 .' ". '. /I' 11e on or I I" f,ire February 27. The mi which was influenza), but his fine and WILL ye puBLruieo .IN ovurOO j
TVW
lovable lives PAPtftfc. D tAs4
I'' t which personality after him !
I' I i ro" i I were filed to become|
I I' '-a, .)..) L ....1 b" _Jd I .,'if.\". .\ n.. tlor 1 last would have Surviving him are his mother, Mrs : PIC.1'U: t Eb .AQu6,1oI.HLR@; CalrfiSrOPEH rkAiPCso000Q0 .

.., ;r a,!.1 i) i t -, It" car load shipments of I Effle L. Ofcbf>me; three brothers, W.I i : Tt OOYS -8 1'0 IG .

rlp'fr'lIt\ and $16.38 to oranges, ac- Curtis Dulles I I. of St. Petersburg; ''!: : WHlTH; MAMAL > <: .,PDRE'>fo. A6CI J

r.hn.t!' t""i stimates mad. by the; Clarence A. Dollins, of the United ON 9b4 OJ; P ( WIN .

-ui'c ru'rail I commission. I I Stays navy and Cloys E. Dollins, of !I 0 TELL 0& WHAT KIND 1
DISCOVERY this city; a sister, Edith I. Dollins, of
.1.,1-k i i l'' 'i'f Willie Washington, Tampa and his grandmother, Mrs rc.w.eo WANT IP WOt AOfl WIMMSOTO ,

:22? i rearr.. Chauffeur believed by Fannie C, Jones, who Is at present an _C uww EIMND 0 ''Her6 1i/lt. ". .\

pL[ j, e to I.ave teen the man who i inmate of 'ha home. i'\


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STARKE. FLORIDA FRID.\Y. FEBRUARY 6, 1925.
BRADFORD COUN1Y TELEGRAPH.
l'ACF FOUR ---- -
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; ---.._- -- MRS DAVIS ENTERTAINJDCIIAIMINGLY lof white georgette trimmed with lace,

'J : i' and !Mrs. Burns was attractive in a Off
,I ".P \ I' with III Farm Production Falling J
l
satin
I'v;; "c>c:: ; a..1 dress of penny brown ,
Friday afternoon from four to six, I I which she wore a black lace llcarf.I .

-- !Mrs L. A. Davis charmingly enter Mrs. A. Z. Adkins gave two lovely

SOCie1.x tained at her attractive home on West :I voice numbers "SlnR On" (Denza) 34Y1R3 0' TOTAL CROP PRODUCTION CDMPARCDWITH" I CAPITA PROOII'TlOH"N' ;

\t Madison Street the rooms of this i and "Thank God for a Garden" (Teresa .. ,-r,.
... w M e1 M es-
a w .r..n
Tharln wle w NMMMwI..M
I spacious home being tastefully decorated del Riego). :Miss Alice gaveas

--.. __ -- ---- .- with pink and white sweet peas a rending tho exquisite balcony j I I I

I -- I'liniu-s; H !H Mull KM) and ferns scene from Romeo and Juliet, and was '10 I V A r., IqI'l'1, I Ium I _

i 1 :Mrs. Davis was assisted in receivIng followed b> !Miss Florence Matthews I I I I Ai

i : -- -- ---- and entertaining by her sister-in- KiMiiir us a beautiful vocal solo, "Yes- .. _tie CAPITA.1"0 'J, __ I

KAMPI.Kllt.IIE3Mrs. SUCCESSFUL: CONCERT; law. Mrs. E. K. P andIra.. I and Today." 1.1 '
1! h "rr\miin, tenlny ''' 7.'F
I of ,| I Oil "U IAN'S CLUII. Edward! Burns. The h"1o'"M was attired ,: Keen interest centered around a 1\ I v' \ J i.r/O: ,, In / .
Ilamrick
.
;' Sat, "h Looney I -- 1 100 .I
,distribut-
in word pu//le that w -
an elegant gown of powder rows
I I' Honda the mar- The cuncert put on by the music department
! l rlatfo Starke of, her daughter, announced, Nolle Han-trick of (the Woman's Club, blur georgette beaded, in erytal-; I i.il ininnj: the, >,uist-, mil run us fol- V ..... 'y w I ""toII -

! Mrs.>> Perrvman wnn> n liiiominu'. funk I lows'I 90 \
i .J Hughes, to -Mr. .Julian Coke Rampley, Thursday evening, Jan. 29th, was .a I '. J

of Avon Park, Honda, the marriage decided success from every stand- t....N1..................N...1N ,.,... iV pa00tICTtOMv0
\ Friday evening, point. ........ ........... .. ..... .N.N....... 80 f- .. .'."
having tuken place .... ............... ... ...... ............. '
January :Juth, 1U23;;, at Sebrmg, lor.J The following Interesting\ programwas A..Ma....+......... ......... ............. 'Jo..J IJ "
Ida Dr. Lan aton, of tho First liaptlst beautifully rendered and each ................................................ 10 I II
I ...e............ 1 .......***.** -
church, ofllciatinK. number warmly appreciated by the I ..............*.. I 1 **..*.*.***.* -/I
Mrs. Kanipluy. in the talented daughter audience: ...... .+.. ...*.*.*..*.. }. J'o '
Ilamrick .................................................
of Mrs. Sarah Looney PART I. ..................... ********* ....****..*.* I//
and granddaughter of Prof. George Orchestra.Evening *.**....**..******** ... ...... .**.....*.*** I
I ... .. ...... ..
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j. ...... ..... .c.
Rica ................... *.******* *** ** *
of Geor
C Looney, a noted educator Shadows ( ) .............................................NN
I gia. Both Mr. and Mrs. Kampley are Aeolian Chorus Club ........* *.....****.*. I opulaiinn, is ,tfiilnlnu nn 'crop production according to n I I. ***t..*.. ***...**.**..
member of fine old Georgia families, Male Quartette. 1 *..*.*... *...********* period or thlrtv-four yours hy the Sears-Roebuck Agricultural Foundation,
and their many friends extend good Sleep My Lil' Kinky Ilaid (Adams) ......................... e....................... btt f.l on tlnnn-s of the United Stiites Department of ABi-lcnlture., The oeconi -
Brudder (Adams) ..... .*********... ***** ************* .. Is falling
wishes and congratulations. Prognosticating ...* ************* ..**. .**.**...**** | 'n\lnu i hurt ahacr. |> production per capita
Mr. Rampley is in the wholesale Messrs.. Ritch Powell, Smith Powell T**.. *.*********** ****. .***......**. luklnn the! n\prng of 11)10) ) us 100. total crop production In the Inst three
I business in Avon Park, where Vocal Solo 1.********....***.*****....*.**.****.************ iivfrnict'il 1 XJ3 OwliiK to the growth: of population, per rnplln (production
grocery ... years
*.. ***** A.T .............11A N N
I they will bo at home to their friends Duna (McGill ) **.* ***** .* ****.****.*. :******* has been only< 028 when NX) represents the 1910-1014! averns.
after March 1st in their beautiful Maybe (:McGill ) 2**** ***** ***. ******.**** *. *** Tli" i hurt shows Index number of both total and per cnplta production of
I (I :...N..N.N..N................................
: new home which is now in course of John Powell. .*4>4>.4>*.4>4>s>4>s>..4>.-s>. crop f",1II 1 1 ISIMI I I to 19'J3.:: The production record Is bnsed on Uie total yield', of
j' construction. Ladies' Quartette. X..4V..........*.*.4>4.. 10 cr'pv-'urn! < wheat oats barley rye buckwheat, potatoes hay tobnrco and
I .................... .
1, ._ Done Paid. My Vow To tho Lord (Dett ) ...111............................ftlff.. tIC.C... cotton "hkh Im lu.le more than 95: per cent of the total acreage of nil e n 110SK l.LNclfcON; 10IC I'm So Glad Trouble Don't Last Always .................... ... ..................... Since yitlds'' ire expressed In various units, bushels bales, tons und pounds< ,
MISS S1KU1I1 ..................... .1.*..................... to the
(Deft i iMesdamos ...+A..NNN....N. ................1......5. the i'nipsUuctlon< :a"i" combined t>y applying a constant average price yearly |pro

Miss A. Z. Adkinll, J. W. Andrews ..........................1..................... .of each crop<
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and sister, ** ****..*.****** *****.**!
Mablo Edwards. entertained at a rose Jr., D.: E. Knight, Miss I.......**....**. ******** ,
Hilda Struth .*.*.*..*.*.*.** **......*
luncheon Saturday from 12:30: ( p. m. .........................************************ IT PAYS TO MARKET HOGS or QUALITY
to 3:30: complimentary to Miss Hilda Orchestra.My ................... ....*..*. **.***.*.....
\ Struth whose to Mr. LaurieJ Heart at Thy Sweet Voice (Saint I *e..N*:**.*.*..*..** ** *.*. **.**:** ''r JAN FEB. MAR. APR MAY JUrU JULY AUG. SEPT. OCT NOV DEC.
I marriage ?*****. ************* ********* ********** ** 011x0515AT0"ici
.J jifwurds will be an event of the 19th Saens) I *****..***.******..****. ************************ .
Aeolian Chorus Club Z....*****************...*.** ***.***.* I
inst.Luncheon I'.\ltT II. T** **** ** ******** ....** IC' ********* 000Uso
was served on individual I Z**************************** *********
the bridal place Reading.The Z.********.*******..***.*.**************.******.* I
tables in livng room, I Deau of Bath Constance l\IlI'kl'Y ) Z*..***.***.**.**.****...***.**** **********...
i cards being used for each guest. The I ( .A*****.****************.**..**.* ........*.***
delicious was served: Miss Alice Tharin.Orchestra. .****.*S. ill ...**........*....*.* **..*****..** '$goo w yeal or tsoiea ,
1 I. following menu I I ********..**..*...***...*****....................
Fruit cocktail, green peas, in pastry
P _
i i The Gypsies (Brahms) I
cups, broiled chicken, potatoes in $8.50 _
croirifee Lies- | Aeolian Chorus Clubi IIORIZON'TAL1..Popular :
jackets, scalloped oysters I

Bert: frozen fruit salad, angel food i Male quartette tfnl'' name. $800 1
t
J cake ico moulded in the The Man In The Moon (Adams)
and cream
) i shape of roses. Heart shaped mints InI \Vatermillion (Adams) 2. The name of family whose residence is terminal of I $1.50 Hub PRICE 9f Ch

I I rose-bud cups. 'i Saxophone Solo (Selected) West Madison: street
j f
i Miss Florence Matthews a I Mr. Harry Wiswell 4. : $100I
I j I gave Last name of old time melody. .

k toast to the bride; Mrs. E. M. Johns I I Orchestra. 5. Some former Kings of England. 9 .

1 t toast of happiness, Miss Allen Tharln Asking. (Biggs) $ !SO cs
k j'| a toast on love. I Aeolian Chorus Club 6. Part of the verb "to be.

The time was pleasantly spent in Those in charge were Mrs D. E. 7. Preposition $6.00t

\ f V | ;; : embroidering tea napkins for the Knight, general chairman Mrs. A. E 10. Shortest month in year abbreviated.

(\ it j bride. i i Wall, director of Aeolin Chorus. ...__.,. _. ......___
J j Miss Ethel Griffin director of orchestra VERTICAL

I' 'I.t > '; MRS. MITCHELL I :Mrs. E.: K. ferryman, accompanist 3. A conjunction. j There Is lees price Mirlatlon due to quality In hogs than In any other an.!.
.
'I j GIVES HEWING 1'lrfVI' Aeolian Chorus singers, Mesdames 8. Natural ending of all love affairs. man In the live stock klnifdoin Tet quality speaks, even nn the hog market

\ Mrs. J. M. Mitchell-gave a delight. J. W. Andrews, Jr., ..;. L. Biggs, R. J. 9. Second clay of Week abbreviated. with top prices going to the smooth plump porkers. According to the Sears-

Davis, A. Z. Adkins, D. E. Knight Roebuck Agrlciilnir.il roimiliiilon I < during the post year choke flit.backs lathe
ful sewing party Tuesday afternoon, 11. Same day of month as Robert E. Lee's birthday. .
/ from 3:30: to 6:30( in honor of Miss and Misses Aileen Alvarez MarguireteShrlver lightweight
l! j\I Hilda Struth a popular brldu-to-bo. Florence Matthews, Hilda After working out the puzzle it I Mlases Carolyn Fripp, Ethel Griffin brought from 37 urns, to fl I.fd) per hundred over common hops of the same

Tho Valentino idea wall carried out Struth Noble Stearns, Louise Fernandez was found to give the announcementthat I i Mabel Edwnrds and Kate Struth as- class At the beglnmni\ of the year choice lightweights were selling 87 I'pntaa

I I in tho party arrangements, and. red Ethel Griffin and. Carolyn Fripp "Hilda Struth and Laurie Edwards ist"d the hostess in serving frozen hnnrfrivl! over (the commnnH. Through February" highest prices for lights were

used for decorations. A ------------ -- are to marry Thursday February I' fruit naiad chicken sandwiches, saltines 81 rents over the low price. Hiring :March, April, May and June the spread

cannas heart shaped were bag was tilled with valentines IMPORTANT CLUH .MEET FEB 11 ; 19th." This announcement party and salted nuts in pink baskets narrowed only lr widen ujnln through July .and August In October top prices

afternoon was the first of a series of entertain the favor being tiny bride. In the In the lI"ht\\'hI.1. clues were hoverIng around $10.00 while low quotations were
and each guest drew a dainty Wednesday' February
valentine and verse. The time wall 11th at :.1 o'clock, the regular monthly ments that will be given complimentary ( I breakfast room Mrs E. M Johns and two dollars !1..8M per, hundred.Hutrhpr .

pleasantly spent in embroidering tea meeting of the Woman's Club will be to this popular bride-to-be. Miss I :Miss Aileen Alvarez poured tea and. I, and Imron hogs are graded as choice good nnd, medium In the

towels for the honor guest. The hostess held. Struth was lovely in a creation of i coffee. hon\vwelghts: and choice, good medium and common In other weights. FornietU .

served n tempting salad. course, 1! The :Music Committee, withIr dark blue satin with pleatings of there existed a grade known as prime which possessed the maximumof

t the favors being crimson sweet pease : l n. E. Knight as chairman, will have cream georgette and lace, her hat being I Over one hundred guests were Invited {condition form, nml' <|iinlltj. At present It Is extremely diniciilt, to get this

1 attached to hearts. charge of the program. Mrs. A. E. of lavender with touches of pink to this beautiful announcement grade In the de"lri-il imirk' ..t weights, fholce hogs have the information\ and

-- Wall who has had several experience georgette. I pa rty. qtinMiv" that are .ileslreil. In (prime hogs hilt are not quite so well finished' Good

t EUWAUDS-SIUUT1I J in _years pure fired( Hires HH reliirhelv dieap now and) their use would Insure higher
teaching public "chrol .
quality litters ni'Tt >..prlnmWe ::
music in the larger Brhools of this ,
Mr. and Mrs. William Henry Struth NOTICE TO BIDDERS
via E. Dval'
and and Amanda Oval his wife.
1 other states will interesting
give an

the engagement and Florence Cohb and K. O. Cobb her hunbnn.l.
announce approaching Sealed' Mill will t.. .
> rrerivml l by the Board
talk the
on and the Bradford County ,
important Hank
very a corporationar
marriage of their daughter, of nnnd Trfknwe of Bradford County Florliln
topic of Public School :Music. Every at the office nl the of the hoard defendant I. R M. Johnfl. aa Special
j rtvtiiry atSlnrkr.
llildu, to Mr. Walter Lawrence Edwards Master shall otter for dale at Public out cryand ,
parent with children in school should Florida until fem, n m. March 10th. will sell to the Mirhrit and beat hl..rI can charge
the wedding to take place 1 11I5.! and) lit that time' publicly opened for thefulluwIee for your
hear this discourse and cordially cash before the door of the Court House.
.., Thursday, February nineteenth nine- we One equipment I In Starke, Bradford County Morlila. on the 8 HRS
Invite you to be present. Crawler or wheel type tractor two to 2nd day of March A. D.
11)39 today the lc-
teen hundred. and twenty-five Starke
Ave lorm and bilk la he" nublrct to competitivedemnn.tratinn .
gnu hours of
sale the .
A beautiful musical program featuring following. dencrltrednropertv In
t Florida i it a place to be designated by to.wlt: The Southeast quarter "f Battery oSmith's
th.
< Rourl.Also
1 the
x Aeolion Chorus will be rendered tar Southwest quarter of Section Twinty-
the talented
Struth
Miss is daughter
.
One .
ton truck with "
one t I dump
'..bt .
e Township
!Mrs D. C. Jones accompaning. flve. South of Ran Twintyone
l bndv and cabHliUlen .
of Mr. and Mrs. W. II Struth of Fa: .t. containing forty and Hfteen.nehundretha
Starke, and has many friends in i Mrs Herbert Ritch, chairman, hostesses to riirnUh complete. ineclllcatlonflif acres. In Bradford County Florida- Starke
equipment hid on and when delivery can
h hp musical circles throughout the state. : :Mesdames Matthews E.: M. .be mail and all price fob. Starke Florida E M. JOHV.

,1 :Mr. Edwards\ the son of Mrs. M Johns W. E. Middieton, F. II. Long and The all Hoard bid*. reserves. the right to reject any A, 7. ,ADKINS' Special' Master I Garage Fla.
k 1 .1.I M Mitchell and Paul E. Canova. Solicitor' for Complainant 2-1-/
E. Edwards, of Ijiwtey, and holdsa l E. 9. M'T'I'nFWII.Chairman.: .
Assisting in serving will be little 11.2.27//
responsible position in Jacksonville) C. A. FUTCir.Secretary MISTERS SALENotice --
Misses
where the couple will reside. :Martha Powell and Gloria I 2. .5t-.1./ hi ;;;" -
Johns hereby that under and byvlrtiire
Friends of Miss Struth and :Mr. Pdill dressed.. as Valentines.. ORDER FOR PCDLICATION of a anal Deetwe of foreclosure made I ,
'f wards will learn with interest of the -- -- -- and .rendered. by the Honorable A. V. Lone.
NOTICE .'"d.. --J.R.
of
In the circuit Court In and for Bradford the Circuit Court of the elffhth :; DAVIS I & CO.
It.i ; approaching event, and will extend Starke Growers Association ntten- County, Florida" In ehanrervBUI. Illrtlclal, Circuit of Florida. In and for
e I good wishes. T<1 TITLE, fort County In Chancery. dated. .. 11..1.//
.. i I tion-Special meeting called for Sat '\I". T E. Undrrhlll.. QUIET et alt 4th. 1925 In that cause therein. lately .
t urday Feb. 7 ing "between Sarah F': "''.nk. enmnlalnant, and
I at 3 ,
Will have .
.%lRS. WALL IIOSIKSS.IO U. I It. C. p. m. va.Le Mullle S. Blower, et al defendanta, the underalvned -
prices on seeds, seed potatoes fertilizer : lle Little.'r.t'tI:1 d.! mdnnla. who was. therein appointed" aa INSURANCEAGENCY
To I alfe Tom Bnker and Fdwlnlanenck
i" Mrs. W. L. Wall was hostess Wednesday strawberry plants, etc.-at court names of known partial If living. Special Mister In Chancery to execute. the

I' { I afternoon to tho United house L. C. PREsrOTT, and ender If said dowel, known all "parties nnrtlei elaimfnv and eaeh nn of Interest them *\ame.. n I"durlnic will on Monday the :lineal the 2nd Imura day of of sale March, be

Daughters of the Confederacy, at VicePresident.ORLIFS eceapeil, or otherwise whose reaiilenpe" (ire un- fore the front door ,of the County Court Ifotua ESTABLISHED 1886
I __ __ In Htarke Bradford' County Florida Hell
to
r' nown. and to all other unknown leu
her hospitable home on North Cherry part tho hhrhrit unit .
brat
.
t ff hl."r. for each the fol-
Inlm
street. \\ (iliE.t1'ES7'F'I.t'ER'I' I .crlhedCKFETINGS nir' an Inteivnt In lands hereinafter de- lowing dmrrlbid. Inn.... ultuated" In Bradford
j ; County. Florida. STARKE
\ i () UK: iirii.r to-wit FLA.
l\I ra. J. T. :Moore of Lawtey, was : You and each of yea ram herev Cnmmenc the ,
nt at Northwest of
among the members present and the AT SHOPS OK AKRON I I udm v .required of the. to Circuit he and Court appear for th l ..-firethe Et.hthin.tiolat lot, F..e ,IR i of a Sisere ,fft> plot corner in the

l1 chapter had as a visitor Mrs. Lucy Karl Arnetme, designer of the I I I ,.,. Circuit. of Florida. In and for Bradn1 I "tar outhuuit Vorthinut kormr quarter, of the nf Vnrtheaat Action quarter of
XR-.t: which > County. the nlxth twenty.nlene
Powell. crossed the Atlantic upon day ofprl.I A. In Township Six (8South Itnnire o _,
,, n, 1HJA nt the Court house In "aid 1 County in
Mrs. J. :M. Drown Ie.', the chapter cvean from Germany in a non-stop Clarke. Florid to answer a Bill of ComplHlnthlMled 1,1,' ..,."of Bradford i""i.e an .recorded In the PuMIc .
Might" has been selected to draw. the i-!> aealml you In nald (',, ir> liy MmT County. Florida, for point I
of
conducted the and Retrfnnlnir
president meeting run South three hundred Aaron
:, ,
: F irnderhlll. lltber irnd./ rhll' .fennleParmentrr >moiIOC3OI IOC3OI
plans for the Uood>ear-Zeppelin lom- I fen thence' Rant two hundred. on. and oneI I IOC3OI 3OE30
.
I Mrs. S. I. Peek, secretary, discharged Berry ParmenUr I M Under half feet, o
the of her office. The parry and has jlrawn plans for '' > {ill.!! Petite IIndo.hlll.lI.n) I 1'nd rhilt Ethel fwt. thence N< rth three hundred MftiN. :
I : duties chapterhas ll'nderhill" thence Vtuwt tea hunilml one and. on<* |[Q J
n\lIl"'I' Ida Baker Dellle Rl\er Jean
than ,
purchased Twenty copies of a 100 dirigibles! j'I r Uera" Alex Itmlerhlll Mm little and half fret to piiinl. of .betfinn nir with the an citirt.nnncm

booklet entitled "Robert E. Lee, A Pinpinpixed 1 hip will hate a gasapurity I I"b..nee .Vnderhlllr l I... made ,pumuant thereunto t. miiil Iwlnnvinv..aut dicree. i to nV satiety! tt HORSESand
Character Skc-uh." These booklet >' i f more than 5,000.000)) cubic j The Wmdfor County Telewranh n w.ekirI0'vt.ap.r the nanii an,,1 I met. I
I4 i I I nuhlhel In fftarVe Bradfordfi
are to be used hj the chapter and also feet tttue an great as either the ZR.:J inly. Morlila( In hereby drulxnat1) aa the >I, \tILl'F. r M In .IOHSSliciiil Chanrrry!. [

3 the C. oft'. now chrftcned the Los Angeles, orthe ,r. t's'. N for ir eitrlit In which n'nuecutlve thin notice wiHkBThi shall. be pub.Nebel R V i.RFrNJicitor ; li l o
.
i $ r"r ( im,01 I ilnanl 'I.II.2.
I Shenandouh. [ -
During the social half hour the hostess Officials hnve not .arch 'df.crlh. ,! In the nil of Complaintin I -- a
th' eauie. the title to whicht\ .uirht to I
served deluums chicken salad definitely determined whether the dir- Se uuleteil' avalnnt. the nam.,1 I d..defenhni, If Piles Cured In 6 to 14 DaysDnjiMl o

.saltines pickle., olvics and coffee with rigible will be constructed for com lit Inn anti any and all .ernn..In mine nnd I l.refund money If PA2O OIVTV: ENT fniU I
to mercial "r governmental inrereiit throuirh or tindei them 'if deeea.ed.therwt. lirhlnil. Illlnd: Bleedtni) or I'nxnulinJ -MULES
whipped cream purpose. ,,0. an folk>"'H, to-wit: The North KCUM,....t"olly1..... Itthmu Piles. and yoi
Mrs George C White, director+ of The dirigible would' be equippedwith fvt quarter of the N"tthwe.t funnier nf ftee. ', can t'-t ntatful .leep after lint BI'plka'lnn fch.
a passenger cabin hanging from ton Twentydv! 'i.'ai' Towmhlp .I!- ''HI', South I
j '" (l of C. invited the Davis
Ruby
I name Tw.nt.22't < Raat. naid landu ,leWIPNFM I II
Chapter to meet with her on Saturday the keel of the vessel, with a prom Inv,.. -It..t.. and Iylnll In Bradford County : SEABOARD TIME: TABLE [
enade Fl_ Iw I o
deck
and steamer chairs r.
afternoon .February 7th at 2:300.: com.tortable I
MV ll\Vn AND '
SEAT of nt.li
berths. ; < I tin( effect November 6 1921 a
dining room service Court thin the nth day of February n l r>J5O ] ) I
The pnnrresiiive Counties of Florida ..hower- hath and 'II other modern; W Alt'EB\I"N. | Southbound- l'I IC j o

are very much,interested in the conveniences. It would maintain regular I Seal" ) By Clerk C. A.Clwilt KNIGHT.Court I No. 1 reaches Starke at 12:16: a. m. jj New Shipment Just Received---

coming South "Florida Fair which two-day schedule between New Pennty Clerk No. 3, 11:02 a. m. I

in Tampa "February :3rd to 14th, York and I I London if used for that "FLOYD OREFN! and R. A. GREEN. :
opens lleltora for Complainant 2.j1.nt.t-3AASTER'S No. 21, Cedar Key. 5:00 p. m.

' / inclusive and,I the ,displays arranged purpose. No. 7, Limited 2-13: p. m. Come Early and Get Your Pick

f ,, for fives assurance of exhibition of Knicmcei: plan the new ship to be SALE NorthboundNo. I

Florida's resources that will amaxe theI' between 860 and 9'JO: feet long, with a I NOTICE!:, la .May .viven that under and Innurvuanee :2 reaches Starke 4:15: a. m. o
multitude maximum diameter of yf a certain Final Deere of Fnrerluatire I o
116 to 120 ,
of late, mail and entered' on the Ith No. 4, 4:26: p. m. C>> 0II
feet control car hinging ten feet low day of February .\. D. 1125 .n and by theliiditi
It is estiniiit.il.i the hand shaking er. The Shenandoah is tiKO feet lung I .1 <.f the Circuit Court In and her Brnd 'I No. 20, Cedar Key, S:5t: a. m. [a) 11 t
election heed County Florida' in Chanrny in that. rep No. 10t Limited 6:17
from would milk
I one : m. cWmnnea
every and 78 feet in diameter, while the ...... therein pandlnir' when in. The p. ;
cow In the United States. twice.' ZR-3 is 660 feet long with a height *.. Bank of Ralford. a corporntlon la. Branch E. J. DOWLING i
I.n"I.ln.nl, and. Semis Dyal i rldow.>. No. 101 leave Starke 7:40 II
: a. m.
Rub' ..r heels on >! I'- shoes are fine 10f 101.6 ft. Caeon and h.r 'husband. James C........ .
The pr.." 'm\ hip would be .. MoCloud .rwidowinnie Plunkett. ,i No. 102 arrives Starke 3:15 p. m. I
powered
k chaperones.Some ,.. and r. n Plunkett. her ktiaband E. D Dyal (Daily except Sunday) : STARKE, FLA. o I
by nint -< d vl'loplnll1.000 horsepower and Vide Dyal has wife Jane Carlton and
women won't I 1.. harry in again"t l I.no! of the Shenan- \illiam' Carlton her muband Voble WII...... T. J. GRIFFIN A 8
'n and Fiwler Wilkemon her hueband Floe
heaven if all the wing ore alike. u, tin and :!.UUU ut the /R-J. tie Kitch. and John Riteh her h..nd.. G..... Agent I II Ot=IOE= IOCXOI OCIO= IOC3OI -oCc e





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GOOD DIGESTION ,
I J1
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Concerning Our People, Business and -, PRESBYTERIAN:oI /

Progres of the County and Town. gI I Sunday school -at"10:00: n. m. ABRAHAM

I_ Preaching 11 a. m. .and 730: p. m.
I -. I Christian Endeavor nt 0:30: p. m. UNCOLW

I, I 1>r. Tucker will talk about the re-
Harold C. Wall spent Tuesday in to his home for the past fifteen days sensibilities of life toward God and

Jacksonville. I I with influenza, Jms sufficiently recovered -| man, responsibilities that we cannotescape II I 1809 w
.. I I to be at his duties again. however indifferent we may II I 7/

Have you been those snappy 'I be in regard to them. God is a loving I
looking dresses at :titcrnberg's. I The best in fresh meats carried atI 'generous Father but you cannot wil- I 1 ,' ) 1865
!
I I Variety Market.
fully neglect Him without paying' the t
J. T. Quigley wade a business tripto ;: | penalty. God is not unaware of your I
'
i Misses Olivia r.tcKenzielattlo[
Jacksonville Tuesday. deceive
sins even though you may I
Mae Bennett, of Clearwater, spent ''your friends and acquaintances and
I the week-end in Starke with Miss I
,
Sausage-Tho kind you enjoy eating even yourselves.
;-at Variety Market. Louise Fernandez, while enroute to i We have been assured that God I
Macon, ( a. I ,
I I
knows us so completely that the number -
hire E. II. Smith spent the week- I'' of hairs on our heads: is known to I .
end in Jacksonville with friends. F. F. Stump left Saturday for New Him. And again we are told, "Thatnot
I York City where ho will purchase I even a sparrow falls without IIis i
spring and summer line of goods: for 'knowledge. of it."
Field and Garden seed. You can de- I
pend on Us for good seed, Hull's Store his stores in Starke, New Symrna I 1 A reorganized rejuvenated choir !
Eustis and Leesburg.Beautiful I II
I i[ will please you if you care for music
S. R. Johns has carpenters at work I with your theological instruction. I ?
remodeling his home on Ilnth street. I' dresses just arrivedat You are cordially invited to attend
I :Sternberg's.Mr. _j any or all of these services. I II
i I I
Mr. and Mrs T. N. Limbaugh left'i and Mrs. Kaiford Epperson Thousands of Floridians will meet''

Saturday for Arcadia, Lakeland and and baby, of St. Petersburg spent several I I their friends and relatives in other ''
Sarasota to visit relatives I II I days of this week in Starke sections of the State at the South STRENGTH-

I, with his. parents, :SherilT: and Mrs. W. Florida Fair, which begins February3rd .
:Mrs. E. S. Matthews left Wednes- J. I p1>erson.I I I to inclusive. I
i I yth
day for Tampa, where she will visit - --- I -
her daughter, Mrs.\ M. F. Drown. i I Miss Josie Huffman and brother, I Tampa is the home; ; of tilSouth;; j r The moral strength of the great Emancipator, whose birthday we next, week observe -
'
I Lewis Hoffman, of Jacksonville will Florida Fair, but the record and

Hay, Grain and Feed at lowest come Sunday to visit Mrs.!\. Catherine ,,achievement of the past shows that was never tested so as when he had the courage to say "Right makesMight"
prices. Hull's Store. I I Davis, at her Kingsley Luke cottage. Tampa takes a deep interest in all''
It the
enthused I at one of the darkest moments in the history of this nation. wai
I Florida, and Tampans are
Mrs. May Jones has returned from I I Miss Emma Leachman, field secretary us much over the displays of other I strength to do only that which he knew to lie right that endeared him to suffering -

Jacksonville and is with her sister, of the Baptist home missionary Counties as do the admiring throngs/ humanity and will always! cause us to pay tribute at his shrine. Not all of
board, of Atlanta, was a week-end ,of other States.
Mrs. W. E. Middleton. I I I guest of Mr. und Mrs. J. F. Kicklitcr, I U.\P1'IST- I -HUI.LKTIN:; us may become immortal---but by "hewing to the line"* with the faith of Lincolnwe
Sr. 1 1I
Walter Wills, of Tampa, motored can gum happiness and a full life.
here Saturday and made a short visit I I Last Sunday was all that was expected -
with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Morgan.Mr. II i Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mitchell and both in attendance and inter- ''
I daughter, Lucile, motored to Luke est. Miss Lcchmun who spoke in tho I Such living is thrifty living. Like attracts like and in this thought we ask you to

and Mrs. Alva Thompson of I, City Sunday and spent the day with was at her best as a speaker'
relatives. evening know this institution. This bank is founded! upon the (policy of strength in protection -
Vinton, Iowa, arc visiting; her brother, can be with a full congregation/ and'
J. M. :Mitchell I I I attentive listenersVe have assuredher I of iM customers We stand ready and willing to explain and show you
The following pupil from Brooker ,
that should she. ever visit Florida
Clean dependable grocerldg. Fresh I! were enrolled this week In the Starke again we shall surely find place IIn.1time I many ways to make your life easier.

fruit and vegetables. !Hull's Store. I! school: Lois Gainey, Alph Hazen, for her to speak. Her address, I
II Emery: Hazen, Evan Hazen, Iris
I was both informing/ and inspiring;
Brown,, llildrenIorgnn and Toledia the address --- ---- --- .YOUR MONEY WILL GROW HERE I
Gary Ennis, of the U. of F., spent I I and none appreciated I
the week-end here with his aunt, Mrs Gainey. more than those whb came fourteen
J.V.. Morgan. I miles to worship. I
I Western pork at Variety Market. Next Sunday the regular services

George C. White, state bank examiner I will be held. Bible school at 0:45: a. m.I I
spent the week-end here with' Geo. E. Andreu and family, of Dins- Divine Worship at 11:00: ), when the I I) BANK OF STARKEThe
his wife. I more, returned home Wednesdayafter pastor will present the third sermon
1 spending several days with in the series on The Parable of tho''
Bank of Service
friends and relatives. called I' Helpful t
They were -
"The Life
Creamery butter and cheese, fresh'at Good Samaritan, or Key to ,
all times. Variety Market. here on account of the death of and How It Works." These sermons C. S. MATTHF.WS. Present RAWSON J. DAVIS r.lu.-r A M. DARBY. '
I Mr. Andreu's mother. I arc being received by large congrega Vl'r"f

Mrs. A. M. Darby is spending the tions. The evening.. series of sermonson 'I'IKey
Crates and We
Hampers
cups- the of
week in DcLnnd. with her daughter, some of oustunding women
have the room and have the goods tho Bible are proving acceptable to
Mrs. W. Marks.
George (Hull's Store. I .. i
I I many. This Sunday evening the sermon -:'
will be on "The Ideal Married I lest-Decision has beenreached .
The C. of C. will meet tomorrow Howard Bracken of the U. of F., "
( Woman in the Bible. Not only married by the executive cntmitteeof
afternoon, the 7th inst., at 2:30: at 'I
week-end guest at the home of
was a
should
women, but single women the Oversea Highway Association
the home of Mrs. George C. White. Mr. and Mrs. J. M.\ Mitchell. !Mr. ''I I
:.. I I" I hear the delineation of this remarkable 'tO ,petition.. the Monroe county com You
Bracken enroute to his home' at can saveHundreds
was
Old Testament character. Ofcourse missioners. to (lout a bond issue of approximately -
Have You ordered that suits Reirfield as he has finished a four I the will wish to know
men $:!,IOOUO< to be used In I
yet? _See Nat'; Sternberg.Mrs. I i years course at the University, and something of the ideal wife, and, will i' practically completing/ a highway of Dollars

'! will return in June to receive his de find' much to their profit. in what is 'from this city to the mainland. Petitions .
R. A. Weeks, of Brooker, spent' gree. told, of this woman. So husbands and have been placed in the hands of
Monday in Starke with friends and wives, old and young, are invited to each member of the association with 1t believe the new Mlcheliii\
relatives. I I New Garden and Field Seeds share in the worship and meditationwith 'instructions that they be circulatedfor Comfort. Cord will re\olu- It

I i i Northern /grown Arriving at White's us. Bring the children with you. obtaining signatures of persona lionize motoring. Twice, a* f
Major Beck left Tuesday for St. I I Store. Tennessee Green Pod beans a I The service begins at 7:30: with n qualified to vote on the bond issue. inflated I
Petersburg, where he will visit his Speciality. 1-16-51. service of fifteen minutes. Mi. as ordinary tires, /
eon, Alvin, for several days. I song The Young Peopl's<< Unions meet at Hetulry="= We m"ktI"I; ; O worth to less than half the pressure, .1 I

I The program and business meeting I 6:10.::!( We have set our mark at sixty of cucumbers from four and half it cushions c.irs HO perfectly it i

Judge A. V. Long, of Palatka, wasa I of the Woman's Missionary Society young people present.The I acres this week. will, nave you hundred! "of dollars ,
visitor to Starke Monday and Tues I of the Baptist church met last weekat I | ) In car upkeep and Jepreci- ''T
day. the home of Mrs. J. F. Kickliter, man who nets like a jackass is 1 To Cure a Cold In One I.nrtitho
Sr., with !Mrs. G. C. White as leader. the goat and leads a dog's life.1ENTAVIllIi. t' x stn<<0\10 QUININE!: < Uhlrtu, ", ation. It fits present firm and ,t j!
I .,
I ,, uutflt hi'itdni In' I ml w the .
M' t,H '. costs ahout same a'*
Fine line candies. Hull's Store. An instructive and interesting program f v ("'w" i."- -,'' '' ("t.[ rl
I I was carried out as well as I ordinary tires. Will you come: "

.Mrs. J. C. Rampley, of Avon Park, much business transacted. % J in to see it? r
_. .
Mrs. -- -- -- 1SmUh's
is the guest ol her mother, I I
Sarah Hamrick, on Lafayette street.. E\erwear Hosiery wears! well I Got to Get About'iPr I
looks! well and co-it 'less.' ,! Buy COLUMN -*- I IMi (Garage :f

.Strawberry crates and cups complete them at Sternberg's.
60c. Metal bound cups $8,00 per STAUKE, FLA.Comfort" '
1,000; wood bound cups, '9.00 per Rev. and Mrs. L. I. King were visitor i
1,000. Stansell's Store near depot. t!: .* last week of Mr.! and Mrs. J. T. FOR KKNT::; -H-room house on >miMistreet. r '
I I! Quigley, !Mr. King having come here Kent cheap. See F. F I fang,

Mrs. W. L. Wall and father, Col. from St. Petersburg where he spent l-'iO-tf.: .,

W. T. Weeks, have returned from Cocoa -:: two weeks singing at a Bible Confer- MI:- SALE-One good milk cow tud, !
where they were guests of Mr. ence. Mr. and Mrs. King" returned to heifer, calf 2-months old. Apply 'IL. -

and Mrs. J. E. Wilson. I J.n'onville Friday and were accompanied I W. Kicklitcr. Starke. I :1! t itFLIVVE11 t
by Mr. and Mrs. Quigley I

Boiled ham, Swift's sugar cured FOR SALT $.iOiio( I KM.; Ti&t
Mrs. E. M. Thomas was. in Palatku Ij
ham and breakfast bacon sliced and Good motor and )rtsls, mnk '" oJ I -
in strips at Variety Market. lat week visiting her daughter, Mrs farm truck. J. L. Fruzee. 2! >;< M __
Alfred Wilkinson. Mrs. Thomas returned -
home Sunday accompanied by : 'V<<5ifS' -Good farm"mu).. 1. .. ,
Mrs. E. M. John. will entertain at :Mr. and Mrs. Wilkinson and Mrs. Dick GrifUs, one mile east of St.irl-, :, MiCHEL IN j
Hilda
:Miss -
a miscellaneous shower for from Wilkinson will rf'mainin, Sturku until on Kingsley lake road knvn i !
Struth tomorrow. afternoon next Sunday. Lucy Simmons' place. K: M "
8:80: to 5:30: at the club house. Thomas, Starke. 1 I-ID; !. Cord
I ,
Mrs. II. L. Brownlee -haM returned. pn-t MrJ.rirht. W.weeks Killian with, who her.spent father the J. FOR S'ALE-Dalry cows, Jer.t: ::;ey ami, ; w., I

home after spending n week in Jacksonville M 1. fruby, !left Wednesday to return I holstein; young cows and hermilkers. :

with her daughter Mrs.! M. tu her ho nu. in Black/ Mountain, N. C. Concord grapevines ( ,
I.etsch, Northwest of highway be- '-
C. Stith. flw. Killian was accompanied a s far. '
Jacksonville, by her father, J. M. tween highway and Heilbronn 1 GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLY ,
Trees are being removed. on Walnut Tiuhy, Miss Mable Weller and J. J. Springs. l-tO-It.j

street by some of the residents Truby. FOR AALE---: $&.OO cash will buy new l', I I'r.i ,k Ki-'li' ? ..,.'Gln"1 INMAN &. RITCHHJoI'HtSJoNT
and flowers. palms and shrubbery Nutioo.il. Park M'xit.inii,
mail
Brown's Automatic 3 1-2 gallon ]i in '
planted on the lawn and parkway. USB: MORE MILK sprayer. Cost $:>>.1\0. Never used See sonic .'1"I! ..".- for her, clucki-nt ) : THE BEST: LEADING;
I und .it ili'ln't, take "Ol.l Mk, ,," 'longto (INSntAN: COMPANIES. FIRE. J
It at Starke PostolTice. Fred Beck
:Made( to measure suit from Your children need it at all times, 2-8-lt master thorn" Mike i is such an ACCIDENT.) LIFE. .;, AUTOMOBILE( j
$18 at Sternherg f a. especially. when going to school. apt. pupil' that Mr-I Kelley Is now BONUS= LiAHILWrYADJUSTMENTS
up- --- Peterson's Dairy. supplies the boot LOST-.Block hand atchel, contents .."jl1j/ to have HIJ.ne skates mail
Mrs. J. C. WilN returned home Sunday milk possible to produce. A trial will baby's clothes and few toilet arti- for hia. MADE PROMPTLYCharges ,

after several months' visit with convince. Daily deliveries in Hampton tlaa on State Hoard between .. ,
Seal of and, Sturke. Frank Peterson's Dairy. und Highland about LaW-I. -- -
her daughter Mrs.. R. B. try ILSDI(1Y)( AND AUTOSSSfl'PLANTCIIlKUIKS i i I
J Norfolk, Va. -METHODIST 1 lath, rpwurd. W. E. Adams, : ; ; :! that Automobiles, radios, und viHi-d their, pastors that they can no
I Day street, care Holt IN 1HF.: SOUTh WEST: other "luxuries" are supplanting the 1 longer support a church. In thou
Mrs. T. S. Williams went to Jack Services next Sunday morning and Jacksonville, Fla. 10V'I churches in rural. districts throughout MIMIC" communities, however there IH

'ISSv'ilfe today to attend the showergiven evening.in.ia. A....>.....;.-............"' Oklahoma City, Okla., Jan. 31.- I Oklahoma will be made when the 11 radio in nearly. very homO> and fewre I
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by Mrs. R. II. Barbour In honorof :-; school 10:00: a. m. Methodl.it Episcopal ,ronvt-ntion meets iilentt who lo not own nutomobili'-<,
Miss\ Mae Wilson. Preaching 1 Ita. m. and 7:30: p. m. t BICYCLES UEPA1UKI( ) tt i SEED PEANUTS (i' hen February 13 to discuss plans for according. to the churchmen.

Prayer meeting. Wednesday 7:30: p. And (Bicycle Supplies Sold t N. C. or Florida Runner Seed Peanuts ( creating mare Interest In the country ,i A remedy for this. condition will be i 1.()

The John Deere one and two horse m. t Ry t $1.00 per bushel (Four cents churches, it is .said. discussed at the conference. Similar i

plow. The best there is in a plow. who live on second floors' .* MEUTON( CLARK. t II per pound) f. o. b. Lowell Fla. Olliclals of the denomination declare conferences. will be held I In Ht. LIUM .!
people COMPANY. that during the few months February 10, and Kansas (0',1.>
Hull's) Store. Name' the cliff dweller for be- STARKE. FLORIDA .: II. T. HALL past in City -
ncr rural have ad-. .
1-0-tf. Lowell, Fla. many congregations ruiiry 11. C
confined tomirg out met. t.t".+sfs''se t'''sfri'tl srs.'. i _.- ,
R. A. Green, who has been
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PAGE SIX BRADFORt[ COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6. 1925.

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HIGHLAND I I FOR OVER 40 YEARS

; WHY IT PAYS TO PRODUCE FOWLS Of QUALITY Highland, Feb. 6-E. Wilkinsonwas HALL'S CATAKHH MKOICIMi has been
FARMERS and FARMING used HUCcevuCuliy In the treatment ofCaLarru.
k PA.C. PEA JAM 'U. MAa APII MAY Ju.1, JULY AUG II" OCT- ,.0\1- eec a business visitor to Lawtey .
POUND AT Tuesday. j I| :"L'5 CAT4HHI1 ( : :

.. NEW Yeah J. L. Briggs, of Jacksonville, was shale of an Ointment which QmiIekly
3t' Relieves by local P the
transacting business here Wednes- Internal Medicine, a IonWhf'bdtbroulh ;: act*
FARMERS ANI TRUCKERS ARE INVITEDARTICLES TO CONTRIBUTE
I
the Blood on the Mucous 6>ur
OK FARM: I XI'EIUENCES'W! :METHODS; FOUND .A tJ day.Albert face, thus reducing the Inflnmmatlon.
36'w -6.--- t + LaMons spent several days
TO BE HJShl1 SUITED 10 OUR COIN PI'. "" ... 1 1y Bold by all druggists
"
I I :. ., !'r! relatives Gaines
34t Hl" r-., -...... I I last week with in I F. J Chen & Co.. Toledo. Ohio.

a .
'- ;;.;;, .... ville.Mrs.
I Ida B. Williams, Gordon and --
2.3ir:; IN PRIZES OPEN 'I"AI KM I EWS UK TA LK El) I II Francis Williams and 11. T. Boggs relatives. While there will attend the

I 10 t'0 RN FAKMKKS I I AT .SI'KINti( ,, PKES9 MEE1' IJIrJ" were visitors to Lawtey Friday. I i South Florida Fair.

IN .'I.OJlIlJCOUNTms ;:" I 30' : Chus. Thornton, of Jacksonville, Mr. and MrsV. E. Jones have returned -
i Bettering agriculture through the r' tt was u business visitor here Thursday. to their home in New Smyrna
Iross will be an important subject k I Mrs. D. L. Rigby and children
offered -1-- spent after a visit here with relatives and
Jai5 to 28' 9s
Prizes totaling $< lire .
i discussed at the meeting of the I ,.
Florida counties who spring ''' several days in Starke this week with friends. !Mr. and Mrs, Jones were once
formers in "I(
corn Florida Press Association. Frank H. '" ;:' \.. "" .. relatives. '
residents
the National Seed 'I Y .. friends and | of our town and have many
make entries in Jeter! agricultural editor of North '5' I: I
Corn Show to be held in Chicago Carolina State College has been -/ z24'1T I Mr. and Mrs II. C. Wimberly, friends here who are always glad to
secured
I'i: March\ 2 to 7 under the auspices of the W Misses Beth and Winifred Wimberlyand welcome them here on a visit.
by Agricultural Extension .
I .... Ethel Ricks were visitors to Wal- Misses Wiggins and Porter of Newi
Foundation
I r Seura-Koebuck Agricultural ,
r: Division of the University of Floridato I ..,
d+ an announcement received here talk on this ..TI do Sunday i River, were visitors here Saturday.
question. AR RAGE
LEY: !
states. The show, which is to be held --- TM = Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Starling, of Ray Goodge, of Lake City, spent
during "Seed Corn Test Week," ill intended i Mr. Jeter is one of most widely) I PR CES '1319T( 1')23 Jacksonville, are spending some time lust week here with his mother, Mrs.

I'I: d'1; to drive home the need of a known agricultural writers in the 20' INC/ USIV here the guests of relatives. M. E. Goodge.T. .
South. Ha has written for the Country
high Termination sued corn polity to L Walter Butler, of Coleman, spent Frank Williams was a visitor to
I': Gentleman, Farm and Fireside, _.. ..._ wit's
insure the country a normal 1II2t IS' .". lows the week-end with R. D. Prescott and Starke. Saturday.
the Farm Journal, the Progressive
corn crop. farmer, Southern Kurahst and many I the extra pound of flesh on the fowl lint cheapens production, colts family. R. A. Jones was a visitor to Grahamone

In addition to the live-dollar prize: other farm publications. For over two I J Jl end command a premium price for the poultryman. According to the SenrsItophuck Mrs. W. M. Wimberly, of Waldo, day lust week.

t I to be awarded to the farmer in this 1 l years he has been a member of tho Agricultural Foundation the extra pound can he pill on for from :Z to was the guest of Mrs. II. C. Wimberly Mr. and :Mrs. Lonnie Morgan and

county: showing the best ear of corn, Htalf of the North Carolina Institution 1 cents which Increases the value of each: pound to the 'nfl-umer by makingthe Monday and Tuesday. children, of Drooker, spent Sunday

I a thousand dollars in gold is offered his main duty there being to cooperate entire earnn more plump and nttriirtlve. It commands! a fnncy price II. C. Wimberly, Jr., spent the here guests. of !Mr. and !Mrs. W. II.j .

to the farmer in Florida or the United with the newspapers in his I< over lighter! hlrrtu Heavy hens .sell from, B to 11 cents morn than light, bens week-end here with relatives j Smith. .

f States who exhibits the nation's state, furnishing them with farm It's true nil down. the line-turkeys, ,ducks cnpons) hen and young fry*-the Mrs. Purcivitl Sayward returned to I R. L. Gibson, of Gainesville, spent

; champion cur. Another prize: of a news and useful. farm information. In extra pound 1 l Irh/q,/ the extra dollnr. her home in Boston: Mass., Thursday | Sunday here guest of friends.

I thousand dollars to the agricultural thin way he. has been able to study Over/ period nf throe years the Now' York mnrket slums. hrnvy fresh-kllled after a couple months' visit here Friends of Mr. Henry Brown will

agent, farm bureau, agricultural or this phase of journalism at close milk-fed\ fowls or hens neighing 8 ponivU i or over to morale from 4 to 11 I cents. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. II B. he pleased to know he is somewhat

community organization of the county range. University. of Florida officials, higher per pound than the light fowls weighing 3 poiiniN The flwe-year n,'nr Hudson. better at this writing from an attackof

displaying the largest number of who are assisting in the age for the month, of September' shows, DIP, lie \y fo<< 1'110' /I\'prujCp1! cents over Chus. R. Sapp, of Jacksonville, wasa appendicitis.

entries is also announced. : arranging ) the light neUht, Hie margin broadening ilin'nj' (lnnl.er land November, reachIng business visitor here Monday -
l'J2"i
The show is open to the entire to program to, declare the! they. are happy Its helu':"t In Oecember, when the 101'11fowl.. range to \II cents a pound Frank Harris, of South Jacksonville The CMy: of Tampa takes pride in
States. announce newspaper people over the IlKln \\etitlitx. I business here advertising the resources of Florida
United Any plrllllll.-! hoy or that Mr. II was transacting !:
deter has
girl man enter consented to attend The nvrraar a i right: 1 of the ordinary\! fowl nn It COIHPO from the Perm Is H'4 Monday. [through the South Florida Pair which
J or woman-may an
can of corn. I'arcel punt entries will and talk about this vital prop- to 4\ pounds lime pf>nllr>inan with the eye for liimliiens, will nidi an extra pound I 1 ---- -. | i h on annual Bent leading anything

be received any time up to the nightof lem.The or so and, tecehc the top prlcei The farmer who takes thin, underfleshed SAMPSON CITY i of its kind I in the South. In addition 1
press association will meet at poultry to I himself. Ito
March 7, and each ear must have I this Tampa advertises its un-
the name, address, county and state the state university and in Gaines- ITrPAYSITO Sampson City, Feb. 6-M. Varnes bounded hospitality and u great welcome -

':. of its owner on a paper which should ville on March 20-28.: Col. T. J. Apple- WHY PRODUCE EGGS OF QUALITY I land Lewis Parrlsh were business visiitors I awaits all to see the wonderful

be wrapped securely' around the yard, Tallahassee, is president, and DEe, I to Starke Saturday.I | )presentation of the coming occasion.
SEPT OCT NOV
ear JULY I AUO
I
MAY JUNE
P15. MAl APR
}, R. J. Holly, Sanford ill secretary. pRlcr PER JAN I C. B. Brown and little son, __ .._
; with the writing on the outside No ____ __ DOHN U
i NEW TORK Oduc, spent the week-end with her 1 Sonic men remind us of postage
4 ear will be awarded until '
I t I. tested for vitality and a disease prize resistance TO <;IT: MONEY( IN DAIRYING( 6Y THRE? YEAR I M( NTH mother !Mrs Bell Johns, at New Riv- '. tnmps. They must be licked before
i BUSINESS: :; MUSt' PLANNED; AVERAGE PRICES yen 'er. they will stick to a thing
the to be selected,
; Judges' by
'! 4, the American of (' I 1021' Tb 1924 I I Mrs. Alvin Walsden, of Brooker, I -
Worms
Society Agronomy j I Dairymen who get profits from their '" I No la a Healthy ChildI
has been here this week
I' Entries should be addressed to the teaching in
operations worked out rules and e I All children troubled with Worms have nn unheaiinv -
f., I National Seed Corn Show, SearllI methods before those profits began ithe school, taking her husband's : color which InbUates poor blood nail as a

I Ttoebuck Agricultural Foundation, coming in. They hail, to, in order to 0 place. i I 1 rule here Is more or less nrnnmch dlsturhance.GROVE'S .
I TASTELESS chill ION 1C
I. 55'r ] Mr.\ and Mrs. J. A. J. McKinney and given reSularlyi
Chicago. produce right results. (' for two or three wctka will ccrkh the blood \Improve
I daughter, Mrs. L. K. Kite and little
| Florida dairymen breed their cows dittuation.and "it a General Strenttth-
I HUNT SELECT ;ORDINARY ''daughter, Louise, expect! to leave this I cuing Tunic to the whole extern Nature will then
to freshen at the season when tourists l throw nlff-r dispel the worms. nod the Child will he
I I EGGS;(; i'OK IL\l'CIII i are here in largest numbers-winter. m4- :"- ,week for Tampa where they will visit in Iwr" 11 health. Pleasant to tnKe. 60c per bottle.
;, I T .. -
) Eggs for hatching should be the !At this time there m always a strong 10' -,. -
demand for milk, and weather conditions
1. best, poultrymen can secure. It has ,i are then must favorable for \\. RI.r "nULn BETTER FERTIIIZFR! BE MADE WE WOULD HAKE IT"
t boon said that one need. not expect 35'
I line birds unless he that producing milk according to Hamlin Get Jnunary price list Mixed' Fertilizers-"SIMON PURE and GEM

)I y strut sets eggs ''L. Brown, dairy specialist of the! ., BRANDS"-now ready. QUALITY !first. Fair f'1'ices-Prompt Shipment.
measure to requirements. 30' ..
up
I
i Florida: Agruultural Extension Divi Not the Cheapest, but the BEST for results Also Insecticides, Sprayers
,
be "
considered.
Ordinary not to
are
t eggs \\
!. sion. ..!!.. '_'!".:: --J' ",/ Dusters and Dusts.
I :
; I From December through March I ty 23' 6' ; 1
r :. Some things to avoid in selecting the time to breed cows fur thu follow 'l ---T--- E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Co. Jacksonville, FlaCioss'WToiiI

f hatching eggs, according to N. it.Hohrhof ing winter. Bred ut this tune the cows 20' ....."'...",_..__
; extension poultryman of the
i, will be giving{ the greatest milk now
''I Florida' College of Agriculture, are: when the demand for it IS strongest. That e'l'rylllnlf' with a shell on goes Isn't the rule any lunger.. Ou the. 'miir-

r h Improperly formed eggs, eggs with It'one will observe dalrymen'lIlIIothOlI. ket lodll)'. It sill. KOCH lair at 11 price below a nr.t" i class' egg (>pportunlt bur'

ridges around 1 the middle, abnormal*t i I .., it will bu seen that the mostIiecessful the gi"eat eit' SIICM'HM. IJI i egg; pruilin' .. lies In producing, an iirtlile Hint Is better i
ly small eggs, thin-Bhl.II'd oggH.small. than the nvt Hinge' .then veiling It as such. It "11'. hard. to lln.l" a market. ullllag :

or round or abnormally long eggs. | from their are best securing producers.{ heifer They calves de- to pay ii premium" of 010 7 cents a dozen over! (lists and hem' ..1 to IS: cents a t Our Puzzle

If the shell has any defect, the egg/ iinund purebred bulls with pedigrees dozen: mar M-tomlH, according, to ll.e Senrs-Iluehiick Agricultural Foundutlun. 1
should be discarded for hatching. De- The preiuliiin on rr'sll-J gatlu-nd fasts at New York City ,luring n three-year 1
buck of them bulls from
foots due rouse fertility and, reduce then I i high-pro period over fit-nli. ;i..tiered. s'uIIIlsIIS snbstanttnl. slmwn Ii)' the acconipiinyIng ( -

i chances of the eggs to hatch. j(I scrubs ducing cows. Thorn are too many chart. Inuring. I'Vlinnn.v.. March and April when' Prn'"1bt-nlly nil eegs are Mrs Jones has this week arranged word puzzle and send It in to this
n aiming I ho so-called purebreds, ... Urst. from 1 to4 ccnii, higher than lorNecnnil
l A cool dry place should bu provided good I. the |iiltt til extra > t\e.-.ige only n cross-word puzzle, correct in design newspaper Once have arrangedland
for storing hatching It'', HO many that dairymen lire compelledI '*. In M.iv flip spread hcirlnx to widen. In August the innigln;! on extra with enough twisters interlocked you
eggs. one, jou'll have more for the
demand if respect
should be clean and, free from dust.I I I registration papers they firms Is annum. I \ii cenm. 11 coullnnes to widen until In Vm einlier, when the i to make it interesting and instructive. and ,
I It is I I I expect results. high peak, 'Is re iclied... with ext rim-. ut' 62 cents! n .dozen and, seconds" at 41 cents. i puiseverance intelligence\ neteshiirj -
a good practice to turn eggs; this There isn't a hard word in the whole to these
U has been arrange)\ puzzles which
thoroughly demonstrated and \It taken lot of extra effort to nuirket high : :
/ the '1 It rusts a Hull' mote a quality
Keeps yolk and cell the after it has
germ in puzzle- been solved-
I '
we
publish It's
l- J that feed costs too much to raise eggs. Yet the iraln l IH anipl'1 return for the extra expense\ mil 1 labor I weekly. no easy job,
center.! but find No.
you'll 5 horizontal does
I ,
scrub calves in Florida dairies. Practical t hl.t it is educational and l interesting.
Eggs me often kept too long before not
; automatically work itself out. In-
i experience has taught the duiry- What MaKes The Price of Butter It makes" you think. Answer. to this
they net before the incubator
'''I. t are or : inian, to knock scrub calves in the stead you'll have to do a bit of thinking. -
Is started. It is advisable not to hold I 1915' I.2O 1521. Sat *11nvldentl.t !'ii' //h'I will be published. next week.
:
head at birth. And the successful 0t1503 eesroNIWONa ,
: 1"" them more than ten days or two i, dairyman noon learns to beef scrub ,.,..., Why don't yuu arrange u cross- .\1!,u, another dandy new puzzle.
weeks before setting.

'J I A mistake often made with hatching I caws woe sic

eggs: is washing. This removes \vi.vrricmm:: : I TO IIECIN( : 1 3 S a 7 t3g

; I the gelatinous covering and hastens )II: 'lOlMNOHKI.Mj) IIIK PECAN sae M
w evaporation or the drying out of they I ....p.ii.rAs.e00 I l0 If 12

watery content. I !Many pecan trees could be made to "- *1'h QWA.ILIND2riVM

f.i, 1 All eggs for hutching! should bo'''hear larger and better crops of nuts 1 I loJI r.+. 14 kS IQ

: uniform in ,shape, color and size. jfr j than they have been doing, it is said. :
i I 0 17 18 I'J
Putting on a. new top is one of _the 0 I
r: \\OODI-A\VN i means ol helping them do this. This ; ..".

, r" Woodlawn, Feb-0-Mr. I). !U.r | operation has been spoken of as top- $00 Car I. i rArV.dlHI ill Rryr/rod".. ..."J. .. ..._.._.. .,........._.. "- 10 eo ?1

I i l Browning was a visitor to Jacksonville I working. ---L- I e5e'
J Winter is the time to begin this _
I I o erAassoteuta AQ"'CULTU".L' FOUNOATION 0
I this week.
__
I work. The _
trees are dormant in winter
I Mr. D. L. Phillips and grandson I .7
:
'I Simon Phillips were visitors to Law. ; that is, the sap is down, and cut proiluctlon.. cnnmiinptlon! and feed prices, nil play nn Important

toy Saturday afternoon. ting oir a limb or the top of the tree part In re< l.itlnc: butter prices in n tarllt-protrcteiT. market like the 1'nlted e'J JO d32 /

Mr.\ Klnm Khndcn anti also Mr. Ed I at this time causes little harm. In !Stntes: The lost. of feed ally regulate In the 'tong run tint over periods of a

I Durbun motoied out to Woodlawn spooking on this subject' recently, G. few years It lum little to do with the selling price of butter. SS J4 JS 33Si
> II. Blackmon, pecan culturlst of the
fr : Sunday morning.\ I Florida Experiment Station, said: I SJ 39 40
Miss (>lnd> Noiman: und father "Tho trees are cut off and grafted I. no sale for the eggs while now the

wore visitor to starki." Tuesday af i in tup-working. Grafts can be placed EXTRACTS FROM \;() demand! is greater than the supply. I 42I
ternoon.! I IIr. I' Five of the farms worked with this 4//
in the top of the stub when! rises. AGENTS' REl'ORI'S:
!\ 11. :-01'1111111 iiiul wife ,and Mr. Or shoots may be permitted sup to grow week are ordering 6,000 day-old chicks I.
Robert Hudson were visitors i to of high strain. Dairymen visited
AVoodlavvn. for rift da '.. nut, and Inter buds can he inserted iqthe Rscambia Six hundred a I HORIZONTAL i 11 1. lunihle nothing.
n > this week planning to more
Miss \Delilue( ( Phillip, Woodlawn e shoots. Either method will give eight bags of certified Bliss i are grow 1. wrongfully. Necessary groceries.
I feed'till who have to justify Appropriate lit
,mood| results ; acreage
| potatoes were delivered l to our I One nf the approaches to a house.
is \isitiir I 1,1nlricu for a month seed and 5. Most high (Mohammedan).
lit to
n ___ ..._ I II i "It is m-cossury to prepare the treesin 'ers last week; bought j jj I are planning grasses S U.) To chop off. 17. Pointed at.
wino, duVing the dormant season, I 'forage crops.: '! lit. Air again.! ,
I10.I Electrical: unit.
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when' I the sup ia down. Then there is 1\ladilton-Enrolled 35 club 21.
Observe.
fatite Seeds j I Lake Visited several packinghouses 12. Prefix for.
no.hock to the tree from severe pruning (jherff this week. We received 300 i 122. Anger.
'l I to check up on quality of 13. A disease (slang).
or Hitting. back. All wounds from ordered '
I lot cooperatively I 24. Everyone.
'1 fruit and to make definite plans to 11 i. Lurk about
CatalogI' pruninghuuld be covered with a good ,, week. i '*116. Mother. Ed. Raw hides.
/ | niiit ',iiiil, like tar, bordeaux paste, assist growers who are producing 28. South American animal.
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'I poor fruit to improve it next year. 117. Devoured.
? Free. :'iriafliiiu'I wax, iiirluilineum or paint. nillaborough-Twenty: carloads 118. Negative. 30. That by which a person is des-
I' I'l'hM prevents drying out It also preIvents "strawberries, besides many I : I ignated.
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I I I i! Hamilton-With extension poultry. :,0. Country in eastern hemisphere.
infection. refrigerators, and five carloads
I '. This l 11'1' thn ,Tni", ( and' most' seen man culled 291 slackers from 1,333 23. To peruse. 31. Other.
I rate Heed Hook >'?, r I'Ubllahm! for the .\ l bulletin explaining all steps in cabbage moved this week; this ; hens this week; this means saving of 25. Pertaining to experience. 33. Gamble.
.' tup-winking' the pecan tree has been berry shipments to date near I 35. Pronoun.
II photo-rnphle l i I )published by the Experiment Station, million quart mark.OkeechobeeSpent. ago'I I! about $75 a month on feed bills. j'126.i Remove outer covering I 30. :Method of address.
27. An elevation.
pagus In full coli'is, \ accuratn descrlptlons. Gainesville It can be secured by requesting -, |I II Baker-Farmers are breaking land 38. Continent (abbr.).
j valuable 'lIlt'lr' ,' .direction nnd It. Ask for Bulletin much time I'(I 2'J. Small room. I
170.
,,for summer Farmers ''' 40.! Eastern state (ubbr."y' .).
crops. are getting Ever.
I the most useful Hi M, Hook tho/o is. -- .. ----- terestingr citrus growers in :H.
It Is absolutely fn.i>. and we want The Gasparilla celebration, one of ing bettor fruit and keeping ',I together to.buy fertilizers cooperatively -I 32. Pound (abbr.). II I

you to have It In your home Hast the gorgeous! features of the South records, urging farmers to cull ',I ; effort is being made to1 34. On ships without steam. "A"1.6"
S Ings' Seinls. ",.h.< Standard, of the Florida Fair is nn annual spectacularevent flocks secure test possible prices, keeping'in 36. Continent( abbr). I I.HI"\"
to disease-nnd '
South," are as always the best. ,,'ed, that excites the admiration and I try plant : mind that high-quality goods are 37. A number. I K ALf "" O H l o 5END
grown. Garden field and flower I free cugar cane, and endeavoring : wanted. I APp,1L L PJiP': '' TOLEDO
seeds, plants and bulbs that do woll nmiuement of tens tit thousands ofpeople ,,have them enlist hoys in club I I I 30. Highlands (abbr.). Olr-AooM ] EIi'' ':> AWJ.IIIM:

3 I In the South are all fully .1'II'rllMd! from other States as well usFloridianH. 'I n..ndro'-We marketed $1,000 worthof 10. Energy. I LACe: t1V I DE
Mq
; At Duval With extension 41. Raised of theatre. '
with 1925 attractive prli s, the lowest an enormous expense cucumbers platform a I
from four and half I RAIO.D
II I RE
we can possibly sell\ good '". "vln. plant. this feature is added to contribute to I specialist isited several ',acres this week. 42. Over and above wbat is required. 'J OR :S 0 : C TIIIHU":: N

and bulbs.11 our Ifl.5 >'>I iiMomnri the enJoyment of the occasion. The I getting our dairy program in ----- VERTICAL 1! : IliD N"-i I otl: N oUN
will Ret 5 seed packets of txnuiifu) parade would do great credit to any ,('Culled 051 non-layers from ''II Florida's marvelous prosperity will 1. Extreme. I I ION 11II... t ADM. N

flowers. absolute! free The- big new city in the t'nited States, and this I{I numbering 3,195 hens; each farm be reflected in the magnificent display 2. Cry. '\SIIr< TRif1EDIi'' Eli'M

1925 Seed Book tolls all about it >onr those directing this part of the ]I(r corrected its feeding program to at the South Florida Fair which 3. Opposed to down. '- E D S M 'Y R N A Ii A R t

i, I w. Write for It today. program say it will far exceed any form to our recommendations. opens at Tampa February 3rd to 4. An evergreen tree. I IDEA: ffAS MEbAu ,

, H. Q. HASTINGS CO., SEEDSMEN, demonstrations of the past. (I i farm has doubled its daily egg ; 14th, inclusive. Tampa is expecting 5. Soon. iii APE iII Em MAR Iij 5

} I duction since making the change the largest crowds in its history, andis C.Left page (nbbr.). e'L/-'T; I : UANIELT I

: ii ATLANTA, GA. The head of many a house is less eral weeks ago; its feed cost has arranging! to give all visitors avery I 7. Part of the anatomy. T fYE. F.R UALIU C SAL ER

than 10 year old. greatly reduced also; two weeks ': happy occasion. 8. Save money. E t r In ,,. r t 1.r .

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FEBRUARY 6. 1925. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKB. FLORIDA PAGE SP.VKN: 1

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JEWS UEIJUILIHNG + tIE sun TROPICAL MIDWINTER SENTENCED/ Tinrnilrnndi of Florida, app recint-

PALESTINE-THE REASON FAIR HELD AT ORLANDO FLA.I Hampton, Feb 0-.Mrs. Idellu\ TO FOUR YEARS IN:.; PRISON; injc the iiitimrtnnce. and magnitude of \

i the South Klorulu Fair .
One of the IIn--u;; events of great Priest was transacting business at, Willppeal Caie-Hundred* Takenin tin1 mire niTertm .
The l I'riwpect of Jerusalem BecomingThe value to central Florida is the UrI I! the county site this week. On Scheme to I Propagate salve tpcrlal) rates that pr<"ui1c',1! 'i

( of the World. I Miss Julia Maxwell who is employed but joar, which Is one faro and! a
apilul hind" Mid-Winter I-'uir. This fair is I Oysters. 1
\ half; the. ante of tit-kt ti from !h..I'r1> "-
different from the average Florida with a music company of Jacksonville I )

Many have won- fair; being located in the heart of visited her mother, Mrs. J. M. TalUhimsec-William Lee Pupham, 1"1'): It tl1. _111th. inclusilr.iL1.W .___

dared why so numerous :( of the | Maxwell this week. convicted in federal court henof !] wa
the great productive territory I
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:::! Wnm&CO'I :
t .1: a people state, it brings together the largest I P. J. Pearce and J. II. Croft, of fraudulent use of the United :States; I I

'''us the Jews do not display of agricultural and horticul- Dania are visiting friends and relatives moils, was sentenced by Judge William I I .\ KY. pr ,
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1| a nation of tural products that are assembled at I here this week. 1. Grubo to four years: m the ,\t I : ,\ ,11137 r.t'f"ti! ti-;:(

'!JIJt-> (: own especi-! !: any one place, at any one time in the !1 Rev John Mullucly, son, Clyde, and lanta federal prison. I .. s'ry I 11I..d.1.... v."O' N.d ,... : _I ) I r
Z when of I He wits released' muter bond "I' II
l-hl&VI1 3' "tllte.I | daughter, Leona, also Miss King, I I' ;
> : ago they I'I That which is convincing people Jacksonville, were welcome guests $5,000) l'endl1al'tion of th.. in.'iii'I I\ I BaN FLrsGtt! i iI

't 'eo I the most that Florida investments are fundamentally -,, here last Monday. Rev. Mullady and I court tif appeals at New' Oilcan-i n .1 I II It I I ___ I
1I- o : !, | writ of error taken by th ehearing ilefen-e V tlahltii.il Ctm-tinaticin, Cured
prominent people family residents here I
of formerly
ff | sound is the productivity were '
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II the earth, I and have host of friends who always i on the writ! prohnhlyIII f' i ,, In illn J'' t I'.iysIAXFOS i
tF upon 1 |: the soil ; and the soil productive in a are .j ''
i \ and '!'bl' reached for several niontliit 1 \l .i- V.llll n.PSlN 1: i 1\ s|eel'inll ii-
greatest mid-winter because of the generous glad to nee them. Rev. Mulladywas t .
j pnvi'-cil' SyrupToiiir-l.il\uiivit for I lululuiil
Iinlilt-atl'li. voltimm '
inasmuch the
D t'h.t wonderful supply of genial sunshine. Great looking after his property hero as u- t .1 I Con slip" ,ition' It relieves promptly 'mil :

mysterious gobs of sunshine a plenteous supplyof : and will have some repairs made real ,! records In the case must bo pruuoll' I ..hi ntdd. 11- t.iUcn regularly';: for \M to 21 dii>'sI

.. .: nn earth I is sand, make n happy playground soon. I before tho court of appeals takes 111'1 i I tJC j I 1111 uu uu i-U'HuIiir! action. It Stimulates
--- which ( tho matter. :' K'-iiul.iies Very Fluiiiiiint to Take. fiOci
the!
Bible +
make !
mighty land.I I
a R. M. Williams, who is employed asI i
j bottle,
Theverdict reached after tin r, r
is Jewish was :
confessedly u production I The
tourist is spoken of as one of flagman with the Seaboard Is tho
inspired liy the !great Creator. Why Florida's biggest! assets; and this is I guest of his father, A. \. Williams. ( jury had deliberated over the .t- I A TOES'TC
I I II t tIirovo's
'for 24 hours.
have the of with the nearly
dealings God
a compliment; tourists only go where | Mrs. D. W. Moore\ of Thorosso, was
Jew been so peculair? Why have conditions I i Pophnm was convicted on nil seven" j l IIR { Tastelc chill Tonic restore
arc' delightful and contribute the guest of her father, David Jones;
Jews boon so pciuliar J ? Why have to health and happiness. And I this week. counts that remained in the nulut[ t I Imcnt Energy and Vitality by Purifying and r

i H Zionism now engaging! the attentionof | after the court had clinunatrd'the Enriching:" tho IHmxI. When you feel Its

Jo\ss the world over? I compli-mented I May-Jon I I eighth, which charged conspir.n, \ I| sircnttliciilnt! !, invliliirutlnrf effect sea how

Whirl God made promise to Abraham en them by the local community. Thisis Last Saturday evening January 31, I It i is understood that it is within t III,' i it limits color to tlia cheeks and how

respecting the land which is now the only way the regular population 18t 3:30: % p. in. Mr. Claud May, and | discretion of the presiding judgeto | It improves the appetite you will then

Palestine that all the land which he has of showing its appreciation Miss Evelyn Florence Jones were united sentence the defendant to two year: I II ', R appreciate its trim tonic value.Graven .

could see in every direction would bICIVl'n \! of the winter guests. So that there Is | in marriage at the home of Rev. W. 'in federal prison on ouch of the count! E LJ LYjl. Tasteless cbill Tunic Is simply

tu him and to bin posterity for mutual good will and happy fellow IE. Daughtery of Starke. I the sentences to run either ooneurrent' Iron and Jiiinino suspended! In syrup Soplfusant

an everlasting possession, did God ship. The bride wore a beautiful brown ly or to post date them aa as to ni.ike, oven children like it. The blood

keep His word ? Or is the fulfilment\ | One of the most enjoyable events I I dress of satin faced romunlo crape I the entire term 1 .t years nerds, QUININE( to Purify It and IRON to

still future; and if so, what has the of the win ted season for our IuestsI I!with accessories to 'match. The groom I j Tho Indictment, on which the (d!>' : Enrich It. )Destroys "Malarial' germs and 1

present, activity In I>ul,, tine to do I, is the midwinter fair Here is u visualization I I was neatly attired in a suit of blue fendiintH woro tried was returned! b\ + Grip! norms by Its Strengthening, Invigorating -
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with the promise J ? I j i of tropical Florida In nit serge ''the federal, grand jury nt 1"'II'a\\. i ':, EIToct. BHo

Howe und oflice buildings' are going its potentiality in productivity. It is n 'I|I The bride is the daughter of J. V. [' )last September :St.: It ll.iwel. I ether' I( v' I --- -MtsTEtcs: Mgt I.E -

up ; orchards and gardens are being bud's eye view of the natural resources I Jones one of our local merchant Sheis '''indictments: against: thorn in roan .' >, ; .
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V'lii I I !t. ri \hr> I IMM; IU Hint illiilr-i' and\ >
planted ; roads are being built; of Florida. Thousands of very popular in both sociiil and religious ;: tim, with oyster, culture f.irm: opi'i i :, ant .. r II lit.'I .1".1'! r".t".lIr,,. mndn!

ho-pitnK r and nurseries have been people) crowd the hulls daily In which circle and has from childhood tions cundiictcd at Apnlai'hii'nli: I"', I. '"...J;. .j,'I mind.., ?.mid. ,I.d.I h, 'h" linnnnldr A V I.,,,.,
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"In.--!, Hi iii-ii I C.il, nr Din Klithlti, .hatering
c'-taMiMiul' flowing to Jerusalem ; und every Interest is great is shown by the : the preceding indictmonts, reOlrned, I Ij -_.-_ -' crams.. ill "I luinriiv. ,duct.. JnniitiM. l'l'%.
young. I Mr. Woodrow! Wilson, widow four hi, 'list'' ciiitc, "III,..1-1 in \lnlil 1 ly ,pen. I 1111,1. ,l.tu'in
month thousands of Jews are going time they: spend there and the questions I i: The groom is the son of H. D. !May, ,1 j: last May, is still pending, the other- president| nt the 11.. thit her. Kailioads lire being built und they ask. Here they learn of Theressa, he has always been industrious having licon dismissed' last <'lnniiar\', | tlon war of the'II on Memorial Tablet 11..1.1.. ..t nl, il.f,.n,'1,1111, 'ih, ,amideb'nd ,
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many automobile routes hiuc been from substantial evidenceVh'lIt there' and of genteel and manly ,I I:, It \\n-i I brought on in testimony in- ,I at the Central Presbyterian .MilI.i, \. In who. ImlKiffr ono tI..II l.l
established in the Holy Land. Great is hack of the great development ill''1 disposition. They both have a host of J troduci-il by the government\ that while j Church In Washington last week ,I M, inliiIhi' end day <.r r Mntch I I1'.,. ilur-
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I I' I iiii,> 1h I It 1n1 I lame of .nl *. hd.. ,Ih1' thin,
central Florida. '1 1 working in lit Jnokson- I I + ( < ""
activity prevails and much friends here who wish them much success I, a shipyard M"i.,, dnr In Mlnrki'. KUtrliln.' null| In I In.I,1'ln .
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ment comes from all encouragl1-1 I I Nor must the entertainment side of'1 and happiness in their married i, villo, during the world wnr t that Pophunt I ,, i mi.I, ,t I.,.HI Milder fur. nu.li. the follow.

world. What is the inclining ? the fair be overlooked. Good, dean life. conceived the idea/ of a coopern | I"mfii 0.. ,|,. ,,...11..1,1 lninl, Hltuntfil In Medford
"nt' I I. I 1.,1.1". ln-wll:
Some claim that the Bible teaches horse races> flee from the taint of the :I,, :Miss Elizabeth Wheeler who has ,, live colony designed to |ii'oiliur, ,' Jarre YJel1Jj I.' "II., w, s1 i luiir uf Lhu Ruulbwmt'pmrter.' ..,-
''''gambler, appeal to thousands of incomes hy the prnpugiition/ t of n\s > -ill.. arm In .lhi Hiiulhnuii enriuii '
that Jerusalem ultimately shall become people been the guest of her uncle, V. D. !! I i .r' ,"1,1 1 f.> M. I. Johns. uulhv. W. ,1I ,
the cnpitol of the world. What who come here cnth winter. The ',,, Wheeler, left lust Tuesday for her tern in waters around Apalacbola/ l'J I ."'I i 1, r I-) N..rll..1' iinnrivr i.f llio Smithnt -
I is the prospect of this becoming men who train horses on the Orlando home in Fubius, Ala. j The 1 liloi was dovolopod to 1 the point "I i."mil I, ,if Mrvtlnn nit llll', ti.witnhl|,
a ,,,,
> i i 'h. Unnu.1 hy.tw., 131) vn.>.
fact? And what shall be the system tracks train for real raves for they j i[: J. P.. Mouser, who was given a free I where an organization was ,porfciteil I Uncle John it iliiiiunu' in Ihii' nirunHtttu. nini'ly-fnur |teat
enjoyment of the than and stock with the of I i.-, .its...
t of government ? Will such an ar-I public rather ride on the Grunge Blossom, as mayor i i sold promise I i I/I'.r, .
\Mlli the .. .
rungement be beneficial to the world i a means to an end for the bookmak I of Hampton, visited West Palm Beach income nn nominal investments t tint I Though, fortuno lures us up '" ,ptii-Hiinnt.. nppurh'eanenn." to niiiil, !,itverr Recd tu imtlnfy to the hflinnI

I_ at large ? Have the radio and its I ers. Orlando races are participated in and other points of interest in :South: I would lust until the end of the world. or IOwn--WO can't" forget "The hlllll'"). fulfil I ri'Hlj' .
Old Homo Town The town A. II CRRWS
present popularity anything to do by the champion horses of the world Florida. lie not only expresses his j I Severn witnesses were introduced by that nursed OUT boyhood years An IIp..lnl Muit.r in Chnnoory,

:, with the fulfilment of prophecy ? I and people take pride in such races appreciation of the privilege given the government who declared they -Uta ahare.l our joy unquoocltad c II I\VTON. .
I r \H ii: iis. 'IR.rnnndnluont'e .
t A lecture on "Jews Rebuilding Palestine I''but he reports a pleasant trip. ] had never received any return from \ our U>*js: that put till I ,' milleltnn. 1-1IO-II-J-27:
the Reason" QUARANTINE: / IS LIFTEDBY I Miss Lucilc Johns, of Starke, is the their investments. notion in our h.ad, that Llfo'snoooiiiit e.4--_ -- ,

i. questions- will be given answering by Dr. R. L.I]I S.XILRUO.IW guest of her cousin, Miss Erma Testimony\ also was offered to the union it H ay read. She / .\! r.lc.S-SAI.K

I I J: Johns. I efToct that all the oysters harvested! AdUled through RraWUoti'i hour I N"II'o. In tieri-hy .irlvun Ihnfc unilur' and hyvlrliit
,I. Robie, under the auspices of the Inter-I' The state live stock sanitary board 1 I| Miss Lorino Drawdey, of Jackson in the world would have been insufll- -we danced our way to puukhooil's t>f H Html ih.n>n uf forvolwitini mnilonnil .
national Bible Students Association I I If poi du- n ) has lifted the quarantine order against ville, but formerly u resident here is |I I cent to produce an income uf the size reserves war any ,luilinof: the r.i. :: Court of the Eighth.
Waldo branch in Starke Thursday '' t.t'e l ham it to
the shipments of baby chickens into' the of Kcbu Beasio'' promised by tho defendant. renown .'",.Urlnl Circuit of Kli" .>rll., .. In end for llriul-
Feb. 12, at 8:00: o'clock Gaiety'. Florida. Under certain regulations guest Misses and our Old Horn Town! for.l Ciiniilr.. ,. In rhnnenry, deist January 21, ,
Maxwell this week. j I| The defense, on the other hand Kl'-'ft 'In that raiMi'. thnrcln Inli'ly ininillnv' 'hftwm -
Theatre. The speaker is said to be informed the order i is released for chil'kenll.1 I I I Mrs. Lee Parker and daughter '' charged that Pophum would! have I reckon wo have all egreal Y n f'tmrlHi I Knrmmi. (I'.iinnlnlnNnt: : : nnitliimiw : :
,
the Old 1 gloms Town wortm't any mite. i>l ititfonilnntii, the andnr-
these kindred ,
on and subjects hens ducks
turkeys
; roosters geese, )
been able to make his
.Teannette good
of Melrose nn ,
are spendingthis prom- built for ttuMHti! In spit of toat. Hlunoil. whn wnH Ihi'mln niilmlntal' ft. Spvi'lnlMnt.lt \ .
and all are invited to hear him, as the''' and guineas meaning that these can week with Mrs. Parker's father iucs had the government, not tied. his bill the 'r In t'hmlrnry In i vtsiilo' the same, will.I."y. .
and
she filled the
won 1'n \ 'Hi. :'nl! day of Mnrrh 11125. ilnrInu -
he into Florida with certain j
lecture is free, and no collection will shipped Mr. Bolen Johns. ,;| hands by tleing up his funds through prize by wttln' still. th> livnl' 'hiiun tit sat.,. Imfnri the T. be lifted.-Adv. restrictions. The sanitary board placed I I I Mrs. J. P. Sullivan was a business the i issuance of. u fraud,! order closing It,.ii,... door. 'In Hlurki' I'l.irl.lii. null 'In tl"I K
an embargo in the shipment of nil The new-paved road don't I'h ulu, HI and| hn>t lilililvr. for ...h. the r.>liw-!
visitor to Starke last Friday : the United States mulls to him and pierce her breast, but whirls on lug ili'urrlhi'.l. ''n".... iilliiNtril In Ilrailfiril.iinly I f
GAINESVILLE TO JACKSONVILLEAt ( ; ; fowl into Florida a few weeks ago I I|! E. S. Matthews of Sturkc, was a other stops. madly, one tulle .fl/lt. 'l'lmre'anewer ut ,. Kli.rliln. ",-....Itl: !it
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I 'I'll. "' .ulhwi'Ht "rh'r f Rossini twiMly.tii t1
because of the rapid! spread of European "
I business visitor here last :Saturday.S. : I I uur"lI--liut I Jnal..tt tt et I e' u 17 1 ''- Kiwt half f Ih" Rmilh'' .wt .'
the request of Secretary Wm. fowl pests, over. the country.It I I' I). Wills and family, who have !sT.1.riIiODY ASKS t iruvuUi-r! don't know what lies .;,:nrl.r, of Ihn' Siiuthwmt iiunrti'r.: : end" I Ihn Ili!
| NEW. AUTO LAWSOraotic "Kim! lull uf. thn MiiiilliwiNl iif Hrcli.tn 1'
Blaine of Alachuu County Chamber inUaod. Whatever vlrtuaa I" qiinrt"r :
recently moved here from Fubius i
jouio
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takes dollars to convince the rnrrlh Mil I I' HI' rti.> Sniillmi-Hl' iiimrt nf 'i
of Commerce we recently covered Ala., and have been stopping at the may hold the. Old llonm Town I II,.. h illtlli.IlKt, <| mi'It"I'. Hllll iiilllii'HJll. IIUNllnrf
the road via from world > on ha\e ,.e".l'. Changes in (Present Measure: / i ii virgin fold. Though fur removed 1., 'I.1 ,' 'iillnv.t! ,tiiHrtpr. iif ......II..n twi-i lyn r
Starke --- --- -- -- Hampton hotel, moved to the large! !'| .\rt. Also Sought.Orlando I from, raalUon's trw'! 01 in., i ?.I'd.-. HiMithwnt. ,|.i"rh'. of Iho j'
ville to Jacksonville and GUines-1 residence, owned by Mrs. Delaney I\nl! mina"I I iiunitrr i runt. m-..n .I, Nerfn. In
I'I'.Jul1"S her lovin' dmrnm \.If ,, ... .
followingdistancell and 111 the southern part of town. I Jan. 30.Radical) changesin It.ck.-and. when laud memo ill'"' 'I.'I.nil nl In lylnir nut. and.rn.r..r Inilntf. In H.-rn T.ovnuhlp| ; 'Ihlrly Hivi Iw".nHoiilh .,

Starting University and W. Main .0 I Governor Arrested | Herbert' Priest of Green Cove tho present motor vehicle laws of ry's sun gnrt clown well" COCk | '. Rams* Tw.Mily-nn f'll I I tGlwt. nitlonlnlmm

! Turn left rough road.---- Springs, moved here this weok, and the state, uu well us several new measures In dreamt*--tlio Old.1. lloi" ? .. .llu.. ...I.M.i.lr..l I v.'lllv Dm. (I'loOI : :I J',
10.1.1'1" ,
I 'in im. tiiitri." i>r
L Asphalt road _uunu - 1.:; I touted: in the parsonage of the will be advocated before the Town I Ir'J I I' ,\ The Mmstl. halt l "r the nnrth.utn

Fairbanks ._ __ ____ n- fi..t C'hristian church. meeting of the! Florida legislaturenext "nn Mrr iiii.l. II,., M.,11, ho'I nflhNnrth. I Init
'of' UK- Nn.iha. iwl .i.inrli'r .if s.. micron .ly, TuwllNHvpn.
Waldo ___ ___. _____. __ __ _____U.O Mrs. S. M. Simmons, of Maxwell, April as the result of a legislation ) loll' Hiiuth. rerun tw..iity-twn ,>nnt.ronlnliilnif -.

Hampton K. R. crossing-- _20.0 1 was the guest: of her parents !Mr. und meeting hold here yesterday uml f1) 1 --l In Ihs airnniinl0. '1211 ner.. pure '

Turn left _ __ _ 211.1> I : last under the of Ins ,
00 .00 Mrs. 1'. U. Hunt this week. night", auspices the I I With. semi appnrlunan./w| Saul pulp In he nmiln i'i'nr
R. R. crossing unn.n .21.'i --- -- Florida Automobile Association The | "l.iimiiiint' ,in Said ittsln-u ti> untlMfy the some ,

R. R. crossing: __ ____ __ __ _20; I PI Itl.lC II.IMMJS,:.; meeting wall attended- by delegaterepresenting -, I I nnil l ....1". A. a. CREWS!' I

Starke _____ __ _. __ ___ oon __ _:2U.7:! IN; 1'1.um.'f'fmS) motor clubs civic and I \. Spt'cliil! Miiitor In Chanci-ry' I

Turn left ____._U.n _ 27.1: COVKKKI: ; IN:'/ HILLS municipal bodies from nil sections of r 1 r: II ii: M.M.S.l.AVTON.. ..in.I I'W;

Tarn right ._ __ __ n _ _27.J the state. I I ISlmplnnnul'a' : nlirll.r. 1 l-SO.5t.a-J7
Starke Included in Bill Presented by I .:: :..
Ijiwtcy turn then left _'i J ,l.R. l.- Briefly the ff
right > Senator Trammel. I I more important propo | M \HrtTlH: MAI.K I

R. crossing _._ __ _. n _:'iT.I! ills, us announced by Secretary Jai k I 1 ,

Highland, sand road -------3':I:' ; Washington, Jan. :11.In:! addition Hugos, follow: i I ?'f i1NoNe I' many Ke' ,....<.In of hi.riliy n '...''olu.t.vn anal that ilneriw.under of unit f'.rDlimim In*-

Follow detours to Maxville to the introduction of bills seeking I Abolish the so-called tourist licence \ nf, sale. mails" and .nl..r...l on the :'JihI f 1
I .Inv of. .Inn"o,.,.. A ri "
ins5' In nn.l Iiv the
Turn right uunn __ __ tnEdgwood appropriations for enlarging the law and recognize licenses of IIth..rIItlltes o rPLUMP TkC.81E. HLLS: .e.1Nn. .bola of Iht, l-lretilt ('..url In mill' fur lln.l-. r

Ave. __ __ _ __ __ _670) government' buildings at Tampa aa long as said, licenses are //"Vo'TIWNS NAVE YfT KICKED I Led r.iunly' Klorhln." In Chtinuory. In lhatr.rfnln

McDutT Ave., turn left <>*.-' Lakeland and Miami\ Senator Park liquid I In the state of their issue. ABOUT sni>wrweniM-i:l AFTCU.IM i I rlli-ni. relax(lank. 'nf lhi

Lackawanna Ave., turn right _tW.'i i Trammel has offered bills nuthoriz- '! Issue license plates in every conn- OtsoPf7N6 A PENNY fS ,r 1t4.ACN'S I r..I".l' mug H. J. 1100,1."'.. and| flnmhI .;.
TKICKllhAVY lOCAl 1.& I Kiirl 'l"r. Ida wlf.am I, B. M ,
Turn left ___ _.u.u.6:1.7: I' I'lt! '* appropriations for public build ty. 'I.I.,KIIH, in Hiimlml' Miulor.. : :h:17n-A::' for >.!: ,;' ]

Turn right _--_______ __ _ _*>\'J.* in is m the following Florida cities: j Pass 11 law necessitating u driver's I 'r--r-- -f rr-'ml III ,I'ol.nc, out liy, unit will' .I'll ll,> the hlKllontI I
+ and title certificate \' 1 II ,I 1 I I'i, I I..'st hl.1,1. for rash, h.forn the il.mr nf 'rtlih.
Park St., turn left ._ 7n') 1 :I Ariiidiu Key West, Fort Lauder- on private unto l I.. I .. ,I'ourl. Ilote.. In R1.rue, llni.lfonl. roam. >|
Bay St., Jacksonville Terminal _70 7 ilali-. :Marianna, Winter Haven Plant license. | I l..rllt. ,. nn II,,. Jlitl tar| Of Mil, Oh. A. D 1 112ft. "
West Brandenton) Lake City Chipley Reduce charge for yearly, 1 licenses 1 ,, darling HiI Inul I hour of anl,. the following r
Forsyth St., turn right707 .
( 'I.-orl..l |or"'r'y.' ", -...Il,
Jacksonville Post Office ___ _71.1: 'I II ".,,,ama City Milton Do Funiuk ,' mobiles to $5 Rot and add one cent, I I Ii., ....".10...... '.1".0'.1 the Nnrthwot.
I -I'lings' Quincy, Madison Monticello additional tax on gasoline. 'J ,,'I..IM .,f H.cthui Thirty-two, In Towmhln .
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The entire road to Highland starting I li .. .nnih, ""n... Tw.nt-nn. Runt, unnlnlnmu ,
at Gainesville: city line ill entirely :M.irki', Perry Fort Myers Daytona, Embody title certiMcntos and Iirense 1 1rJ 1, ,L.iiv "....... rnnro. ui I..., In Ilrmlf.ir.l. -,
completed hy the State Road Department i I, .,"wllter.1o'urt Pierce, St. Augus- plates into one tag. (11 i ?1i,1ry,, I l.o lila.\
Q K: M JOItNH.AI.KIMH. .
I tn., and! West Palm Beach. Turn the entire revenue ,'ollel't.I'frllm I
and can be covered in fast time P sushi' "...'U..
The and In several instance these> appropriations gas tax over to the state road j \ l I
section between Highland I I 1.d1. ,,, ii..r for. romnlllnnnt. ta
1 tt-2.27
,,, department for state highways. -
Maxville cannot be covered with an relate to public buildings alria'Iv use on "

comfort and should not he attempted L in course of construction but Support a proposed! measure udvoatfil l- I J.KIifcH: 1011 MIILICAflONi !

by Gov. Martin in his .. ..1AJ I .
in wet weather. These few miles urn a'Mitional' money Is needed for their! I recent i I In ,i i r.ttart Rluhlh"J.iillclnl: Clroi.lt.or.l .

to he completed by June and as Dual 'inplf,,, tiun.Et'O'l1I t campaign' to have license plate i mI",1 j I nnrlf r.'.'''''Y. Kioto of Ploriiln. In Chun
rryI
-- ----- at thp state prison farm. |
\ County will complete the corn-ret- : -I?+ .h.wmh.. (''''''\lI..ln.nl
:-; l : / rn.Mi.vo: OPOIKIST J
Place bus lines under the junsihciliction ..
nmil from Baldwin to Maxville about ROCLeTeQ :''t ,, ,,, .
i AWAITED HY of the state railroad I I'V I i k,1'.In' h. I llHf.nil.nt
Fi-br'uin. I 1st, it will then be first L iKi** 1 AUSTRALIAN SOCIETY fmnmi- .. "Ii i.i" iniiiti, I., nfflilnvlt .1>|..".1. M. Iavi.t, dtrt.farnn-r, i ,, ,., I I 10..1 I "II,,. ti! ,
cluroad. the entire distance except Jonathan illn.A in \.1| | ??.. that( .1..11.,..!, .
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I IT CAN ML UUyy( 110. .i, i ih |
I Governor of Kansas, and t n mass of other proposed, rnoasuriMwort 11 | .fn.mt| thi-nln' named Ii n
seven "miles between Mil\ville, und I Iwlow, hnv.. .' In order to wait for the second l l.mint oa. GtO. I. oic '..uI' ..f 'I'. lullof Hrrliln. hut that .hi-
II sun Russell iS ( ) / presented' to the meeting bill $ nscyPICAL > "hIIIi'4 h.'ii.flf th.
Hiirhl.indThe I Florida, Circle.STOCK I farm ,iw.HitinK In < '. ; of Christ :U.OUO nifinburs of t itnxtm* fail not !Ire1.I
the .
I biak to forei'i'intf were substantially l the only.i API!) Pd IVIC SPICIALIST 1 '" r. nn-l !I. aver tinnittt i.f twnr.
-- --- -- --- I ing Jan.. 2'M. on th.- charge of tinInter of the Star in the East I, .eel .,DriJAf ly..n. It I. Ih,-. f.ri,,, or.l..r.il' thai .,,1.\\
.' that from 'the committee =iI.1 nl1hdr.
nil NEW HOTEL in connection with the have built an ampitheatre at Uual- ''Il' emorgerj M' r rInanA si,11, t.tlnnt' ". .nl ,In hereby nqillr.

IN; SANFORU; SI'llSCRIBED allege sale of pardon"to state moral Beach near Sidney Australia. room on final consideration and h''to..",IVp'.., "ii?",-or i., ."'ii,',,r.r.,. hill| Hominy!lf c.nnpinint th, .. end nm| |day,In ?mild of,,,

eonvkU. They were arrested an K/lY < the Express; correspondent. So., they worn adopted unanimously.It ; I,.% .'UIr-; ; 1(1)10-: ---' bt"rrh.'t'' II (Mil.. ,.1 lhrwl the nllnratlun.
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thoroughly Mr. Davis stepped out ) wn pointed out during! the, \ ) will' be taken ,
The project of building n : I hour before Ilrfnnlant. wi Qunf.NKcitl by *ni.l l ,
deep is their belief that this return IN HI'IK; IS IIEI'OICT I
modern. tourist hotel in Sanford has II I cf office. Th. governor pleaded not i is ,imminent preparations have been meeting that the ono cent additionaltax I It .1" "rlh"r "..,..... that thin. order b. Huh

boon assured.A guilty. The son was trapped accepting made the of on gasoline would more than Jni'kiiinvillt', January: -- Heavy 1, unrii. linen a wi.i.k. far four. rnnmutlv. ......k.
at cost
I marked 60,000, raised by In the
$1250 of money. nriiiir.inl I Count
small amount of stock of the enrolling members of the order who make up the deficit caused by reducing ilaniuifi- to tomato and vegetable crops """SIT "iihltahwl ,In '1,1:l Cnunty T.lwcmph.and it HUIP ni-wn. -

Sanford Hotel-Realty Company remaining subscribed from ; the licenses to a $" flat rate. by ruin in Homo lusts running ns I 1 January aHlh .11)20.
I $50 to f300 seat.
unsubscribed has been taken ; ::--3;; R a M ark"\ !#,K,,,-S'n 1(1'I01f.1( II1I"ifflc While the order's belief per is that' A committee wan appointed to high U.H 40 to HO percent was unofficially rllEALI O. Clerk W. AI.DICRMAN Circuit: Court. !

ov 'r bv the board! of directors and its COFFINS & CASKE1 Christ will return in human form it present these proposed measures to reported to the Florida state fly C. A. KNIOHT,.

sale guaranteed This amount has already is expected lIe will arrive at the m-1 the Iegi l lature. ... marketing bureau hero from tho low A. fl CHKWS: Deputy Clerk

been spoken for by would-be And a Veil I.in* mill phitlieutrf by walking on the water LAnoif -- -'-- er east coast today it wan announced $nllnunr, l'ir Comptelnnnt. Lsn-nt-J..' :
CHILI* AMENDMENT I : / :: /
subscribers who for various reasons by Commissioner I,. M. Rhodes.
f ni.fmker. Ssrp/1g from South Head at the entrance of HAS BEEN EFKATKI: NOTICB Of niTAItlMAN HALE
wore unable to complete negotiations! .: -- the harbi.r to Baalmoral. The district hardest hit, according to

h..f'r- the sale closed and will he al- s tt II \fe'Klt" UF.AIt The amphitheatre will contain u'| Chiciti'o, bin 27.- -Barring possible the reports IM whom the canals '",Thirty 5J"" ''"dnyn" "*>ft.''A r ilati n..lln.h.r_. Countyll apply. '

1 I. v. I'd l to make the purchase of the remaining j ... IMI ..n't t fc ...... .. ,. small model of a Greek theatre which reconsideration the child laboramendment draining. Lake Okeerhohce i-uurno. nrwlford. ('....nl'. Florida for .n orilur'JuoViof t..

amount. 'w .. .,., Isrw..l ..' ? will hiuwd for the staging of Greek to the constitution tonight Reports from the west rou.'t were jell t....,.lit. of prlvalr Churl! ,al'.Kmn the.i nna. Hunt.afth, undlvliln.l minor' h.\ i -

of --Florida' -- IUI" L .... snr stieC to t.le&np" ow ; drama during the waiting period as hal been ,!defeated the proposal that the district around .Kurt MyerKbeneOtted it Prank Illck/i. .|...........|, In sad ta th. f...lInwlnv l-
The radrnads" hy the rain Rain slightly "_.11,... lam, situated and hi inurailfnrd
the !? w. ilrJ'-I: YmbsIor.rj : even the most confident member of having been rejected :n either one or ng
rate to County. riarMk, to-wlli,
agi"od" to give a special I
which Is one anda the order will not Bay just when the both houses of the legislature or by damaged cabbage near t..v"hurlt.. W.t halt of OlMk' El.v.n In u h.- '".,n of

South half Florida fare for Fair the round trip; the I | DeWITT C." JONES 1.10 second, coming_ Is to take place. I I referendum in thirteen _tales.I I You I.e-hand -painted- ; pictures; of H.mpton.Thu SinJ. iy nf Jwilury A D ,l'i., ". .i

tub- of tickets no on February 1st I *' ST ARICE, FLA Barbers say men are having! their Talk about short measure, there's health, but painting an old car don.n't OimrJUn far Chirln ....n.\W.\. C.Beat III'-T.Minor
and the for the return i is take the knock out of the engine. 123.6t.220.FRIDAY
expiration hair waved. Males are. Men are not. many quart foot In a pint shoe. .
extended to midnight February 16th. DtJi'J( u';Vfjtjt )*JtHaCtCKXMXaUCMSOCX 1JWC o ai




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'1 P\GE EIGHT RAOFOItU COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY FEBRUARY 8' 1925.

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'i. Bradford ) pictures silverware, clocks, sewing I{ I

County Telegraph, I machines consisting and the of like.such Personal articles -effects a>- ,, WSPIRATION By SAUERFIELD J JJ Jk II I tiRoos]

. are usually worn upon the person; [
'L.i.I..ed: .. e".l sad eaitbrt J twtcond I
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such watclivs
I OH jewelry, guns and I use M R tLm'
class matter at the post
the like, something very closely associated -

> office at Starke, Florida. I with the person. An inventory ,I .. iquUUlsbestos'Roofing

, '- or list of the articles owned by the I ONE"n.lr.IOUALSO

a. B. MATTHEWS,_.________________Own.r. | head of a family claimed to be exempt I COATS 0

I. C. BOBINSOrf,--_______M .*ln. BJIt t. i should be valued and a list made and I Lute ln j trV' Makes old root( good umw.any
filed with the 'fax Assessor. All persons kind', L"lypphod Used by
I 'lar6.l a nc.rn', pat 25>o."!. Inform.itit -
! FRIDAY claiming the benefit of this | I I '"n .n< r''\\r jt..st nr .tiidSB. for t".I'r f i1 on
PUBLISHED EVERY I I1 amendment should be made to file u I i I can, Serf i rt-puti--'jlly guaranteed

'.. -- -------------1 return of all their personal property )| I EXCELSIOR PRODUCTS CO.
8UnSCnll'TION RATE I aryl! it should all\ be valued at Its full I f.5 FOURTH AVE.N.Y.CITY

ash value and exemption if ,
; any | I I
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Per Ye-ir $1.6U therefrom at its full value of $500 ,,
I I I PINE HILL
Dix Months\ -- -- 75aJ. and tho remainder assessed> on a 130 ,
1 ,percent basis so long as we are following -' E I Pine Hill Fob. .1!-IVrcy Jones
1I that plan. and Joe Kale' "..f nl'ahulH.ere the

I ; guests of f. H. Hall Sunday evening.!
"Of course, small tax payers whonl'e
| Mr. O. K. Johns und, Misses Clem-
hciftls of a family where there la'
'I {I Mi-sos ('1'l1>l1Iie and Lucile Hall mo-
I no doubt in the nnsc-ssor's mind hut
| tored to I'airbanks und tinted i friends
that he i is entitled to the exemption 1

and, hue nothing/ except household I Ii Sunday afternoon.
'. i :Mr. J. (1. Johns, who has for the
f 'nods' and personal effects as defined. I Il
,,1.l>1)\'" and of small value will not he I I : t Jf'iff 1 past several months been the guestof
brother G. F. Johns lI.ftIon!
his
t ,. : -
. .eM-i-d but returns should be
: I from thorn if merely| day evening: for his homo in Way
1 possible. I iy////'Jv//// Xv 'W $
Ca.
J nontion,, this", from the practical side'f i"/t/'hillKy "\ m A i\ -v : cross
1'1 No. 4931 the mliltcr-Gnlncllvlllt' Sun. I Mrs. G. I"'. Johns and Misses clem-
min and Lucile Hall motored to Starke
[ :Ni.uonul Highway /
I iMeiiirshir, in -0-
and Waldo Monday.
: A.'c'"t.f' .. ) SUIITlNtt\ : l-'KUirS WITHOUT IfK '| Mr. Green of Dude City was in

/, I .i **L our section Sunday.

}'''urllH!"- who plant Ins crops, ( by Ihu The matter of refrigeration in > g !Air. Hayes: and family of Fairbanks,

moon mid leaves it uj. to the moon to shipping tropical' fruits has been 111'cept..d I w/Mfif/ ; I were the guests of Mr. and !Mrs. G F. I
finds his ( >M\\\\\\\
generally
them
look after generally as being tho only i .U \ Johns and family Sunday night.
yield on the moon or some other remote / t i, h salt \. .
means by which such fruits could ;, Elijah Younicblood, of Graham: was
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place-Times-Union. reach northern markets in edible con '|the guest of his father-in-law Tues-
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Stnte l legislature will soon be In | -- --- ---
Now comes a Dr 1'. J. S. Cramer ,
session, and if the legislators desire of Java, who claims to have dlacov're.1 j i i The hard thing about Doing a poor

a to please their constituents they will ( a method of shipping tropical I man ia you are liable to get shot In-

make less laws and reduce more fruits to the temperate zones without : i Intend of sued for broach of promise.

toxes. Tax reduction and equalization special cold storage. |

are especially essential for farming, Any fruit he says dipped in rubber i Bhllf r i Il Ll"'ll ti .IMI1Lv' I ITCH KILLED\
industries and. business, and the burden | + fx : I'Lr1l''
lutex become covered with an air- ,
now in about all the country can
and prosper.TimesUnion.A proof sheath, and. this simple\ treat- j I
stand
ment allows its shipment as ordinary In 30 minutes with Par-a-sit-i-cide
freight. Dr. Cramer he has for SOc Sold
tic says sent I by Druggists.
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dangeroui' formerly a u ----- i
fresh strawberries in this way which ----
.. barber escaped from the Massachusetts had retained their flavor, form and l A. A. Stokes, of Lake Geneva, vUi- RELIGIOUS! TEACHING. CRIMEA MUST MAKE RETURNS: TO
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;' State Hospital) got a job in ono aroma and thu same stage' of ripeness |, ted! relatives here Monday. I Current Events I i' SECURE' TAX EXEMPTION: :'
I of the leading barber shops of Worcester for two week | judge of the greatest criminal
week Mrs T. J. Terry Airs. J.P. Wyrickand and for Assessor Wainwright Stresses Importance -
S and worked for nearly a The most delicate 1 tropical fruits [I I court in the United States, 1
: before he wan found. Customers of ,are said to have been shipped from Mrs J. B. Rowe motored to HIE SAME OLD STORY that matter in the world, has admitted of Making! Returns

the shop who were shaved by him (Java to Paris by this method, arriving ( Starke Monday. a I that the United States is the I I In Person.
still shudder to think what might George Washington kicked because most lawless nation on earth, and
in perfect condition, and inter I. give notice to all -
an D. Clark, of Columbia County visited I I I Hereby property
Tribum- prices were high. then he added that the vast majorityof
have hapllonell.'fuml'lI ,
I'KtineXPl'rillt'nt made ,, that I
was by dipping relatives here Sunday. owners of Bradford County
Even at that he couldn't trim up unt'face .. | one-half of a number of green Ben Franklin raised Cain when the the criminals who come before his' am now ready to take tax returns

much more than some sane otter.'vim bananas in the rubber lutex. The exclusion Clayton and Broward Strickland meat was to buy. court are under nineteen or twenty for the year 1)2'! : >, and will be at my
Tom Jegerson hated to reach in his
f -- of air liy the film of lutex and two sisters, of Klngsley, spent years of age. Religious statisticians office in the Court House in said County

.:,: Meetings are being held in several kept one-half green and unfit for food I Sunday here with friends I jeans. tell us that nearly one million boys on Monday and Saturday of each

; count 1011 in this suction of the slate while tho other half matured in the John Hancock deplored the high and girls in New York City never week until April 1st.

with a view of reviving th" planting ordinary way. I I Lewis Hobert---;; '; a business visi- cost of string beans. I have been to Sunday school. What relation I The law requires all tax returns to

t of cotton, which wan practically abandoned And the film of I lutex is said to be. tor to Jacksonville Wednesday.I James Madison flayed hard-shelled has this, second fact to the first? be made from January 1st to April

I several years ago when the boll pnsily pooled otT.It's I.I I profiteers. ''t' jOjl I --- -'- 1st of each year. Under the new laws
M. Blanchard motored to highland -
Van Duran communed on the shortage :|iINCREASE: IN: 1'ItO'l'ES7'ANT1313IIGIIA'I'lN :;
weevil made its appearance "> the well enough' to know about and conditions, as they now exist it is

9, Sea Inland cotton belt Meetings held these kinds. of things, but it Is pretty i I; Sunday. of steers. I I highly important that every property -

t at Sturko and Ocala were well attended safe to concludethat, at least for 1 Thu berry movement is on the increase Buchanan knocked prices and said owner make his or her returns to

by the farmers. who agreed to some time to come refrigerator cars I again. While there is not quite they were steep. I I Raymond Cole general secretary of tho assessor in person, in order to

t plant small. acreage under the supervision will hold their own in this country. enough yet to loud a refrigerator car Abe Lincoln remarked on the high t! the Bureau! of Reference that for Protest-migrating ,, properly, adjust the $'00.00 exemption
of agents and treat Artificial ice IH serving the cost of keep. people, says more head ofa
county purpose quite largo shipments by open express allowed to a householder, or
the plants with the latest methods for time und rubber latex is not likely to : go forward daily. Ulysses :S.: Grant denounced all mid lint immigrants have been welcomed family. Also to properly adjust
to the United States the
boll weevil extermination. Thu cotton finite "II till ractllrlly at the present dlemen. : during past I i your ntl"l''II'nt un uu lUgiUe! prop-
become Its rival. Clenrwntor G. 1<'. Young! and II. W. Durnoy Robert E. e'en year than in any similar period since
Industry for years brought into several Sun. Lee agreed with him. rtvsuch us hond-i, n' let, accounts,
u' -- were business visitors to Starke Mon- Dan Webster the starting of the Bureau. How great
of the
counties in North Florida thousands WTKY"Lawtey complained cnsh on hand or i it b nks, storks.
LA the number of Roman Catholics and
of dollars, anil, its revival will day. high price of booze. (uMvpt Mate and Nat"onal banks)
no doubt add to the prolU of farming Feb. 0-Mrs. James Godwin :MIDWAY- --- Hunk Clay did not fancy the cost of Jews coming into the country is we mortgages, fianchijc, credits etc.,
are not able to But the Govern-
: in the Sea Island cotton !growing sec and baby left Thursday for Miami I I his shoe ment admits that say.hundreds of thousands which class of property, under the

a tion. -TimesUnion.Starke where Mr. McKinley thought to high law must be II est 'd, nod fail-
Godwin Is employed as Midway, Feb. -0-- civil engineer.Mrs. Steve Williams and family were!' for our health and Rooseelt knocked who are shut out by the new law. No ure to make! returns leaves :.t up to

has one of thu most modern, 1 !guests of !Air. und Airs. J. I. Waters "malefactors of wealth." So, we've doubt the stream of unassimilable the assessor to assess fn-m tul! l Lest
small fnctu- A. A. Smith and Mrs Catherine little kick. information he and might
can
and up-to-date cunning( I Sunday got no patent on our people is somewhat checked. It Is estimated I get
rloa in tho state which was built in Teurp wore visitors to Starke '!\Ir. N. A. Conner left Saturday for The high cost of eating made Old that for the cost the tax payer more tux en." However -

that city several years ago. The fuel Monday.Mr. I, Lake City to attend preaching there. Adam sick. The price of one bite of I! restrictions we except should have present from the maximum )1-'\": on tbls'"

i tory has been shut down for some Unto and Airs. R.-U.-Thede and ( I Among those who attended the that apple was dear. It cost Ad his :.100,000 to 500,000 more Jews coming I class of property Is only live mills or
but will according 'bll.1 home and him in the clear. Since I : one half of one cent th" dollar.
resume operations soon dren and Mr. and. Mrs. J. T. peanut shelling at G. W. Thomas' put to us every year than can now be ad per on
to the Starke Telegraph, and son motored, Keystone: Heights'!I Saturday' night ware Oesemul Dukes then we have kicked on this profiteer ', mitted. It is encouraging to know that l The law says: "V.'lief 1 no returns
which adds that canning I Rufus Shaw and, but up' are made to the before April
a expert Sunday afternoon.Mrs. sister J. C. Donlson game prices keep on going Protestants are coming in greater anse'iir
;, from Tennessee desires to locate in and sister and Roy Taylor. I I just the same. So, work a bit hardera numbers. i j 1st the !land must be assessed "Un)

that city niul take over the factory J. W. Andrews Jr., of Starko Robert J. Cole, of Lake City was little more fast. Perpetual motion --, ---- -- known and as tax assessor I must
t' provided ho car si-euro enough produce was a visitor lo Luwtey Friday. here Sunday will sure come at last. A rolling' stone gathers" no work. 'comply:' with the In..:. I l' :nl'"tly so-

k to keep the factory !going steady., I Mrs Poole spent Sunday with Mr. __.__ ___._n I i I licit your assistant' and! cooperation
I. The Bradford County Chamber of A. M. Blanchard was a business and Airs. Tom Waters, of Miller I II I I in the end that just 'e ma',, he done to

'''f''. Commerce has the mutter Inllchllrll"o, visitor to MHroso Thursday I Air. and Mrs. N. W. Stokes, of I every tux payer in Bradford county.

and it is l thought arrangements will Mr. and Airs. K.: Miller, attended church here Sunday. I
: trims
motored to for Better full
be made in u few ,days, that will result Starke Sunday afternoon. lion H. C. Poppies was in this section t Prospects Bright Horses I : :; ; 'IT>( ,

In the opening of the factory at this week on business. 1 1'.t Assessor.

an early date. Farmers in that county Commissioner L. II. Hill met with Mr. A. J. Crawford's baby Is seriously I -
.
raise all kind of fruits and vegetables the county hoard at Starke :Monday. ill at this writing but we wish COMPARISON: Of THE NUMBER AHD VAlUE Of NRA; IIORSESVAlU.

and should experience no difficulty It a speedy recovery. I Total EclipseHere
in keeping a factory of this Mrs. Sallies Reddish is spending a Air. und Mrs. G. W. Thomas visited : 111:3' ." 1880 41! nll0 "ts' ttOO 1905 11I10 IQIS '.20 10 NUMBER

kind busy.-Times-Union. ville.few weeks with relatives in Jackson- I. friends. at Worthington Springs this I MUD 1'a OF FMIH
week.
--0- MOSSES
:NO TAX ON IIOUSKI10I.li: (;OUISUnder 1111. .... tlCO M I
Rev J. J.
Trendwell of St. Augustine Z1FF I ...'
was a visitor here Friday. .
the homstead and exemption 120, :'1' .. 11I.000000i'
law ol lorula each head of a family Zig, Feb. Services were held at '-.-0105 -
Mr. and Mrs G. W. StokeR who .
residing in this state is entitled to have resided here for the \ Dedan by the pastor, C. A. Crosby, of' ..+: ... '\-.
past thirty .."' .
exempt a i i-rtum amount of land on Rising. : 1<0.;"..
which the home is Hunted and one years moved to Starke this week. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Thomas and ': I j 1- 16000.000r

thousand dollars in ,personal property. Mr.\ and Mrs II. L. Blanchard were daughter Hazel, spent Sunday near I! .. t tis
-
I Brooker with Mr. Thomas' ... I J \
This hiimesii'iid und exemption called to Melrose Saturday on accountof b1'Gtber'l I I'UIMn""
law applies to debts tend forced sales the death of a relative. Air. II. E. Thomas. I ....... a1'c-; ,

under exet.ution. A recent amendment Billie Hines was in Starke Saturday eo :\ f' ,.... ) n.oooooo
to our state constitution now exempts Kev.: U. D. Bevia was called to on buiineu.Mr i -; is the ?

i five hundred, dollars in household Melrose' Sunday to conduct the fuernal 1 I Pervis Lewis, of Starke spent, u > YJ, 7 00".eA most remarkable

goods to each head of u family EVEN services of Alfred F. Torlay a prominent the week-end here with his parents, ..- 0is J picture! taken

; AGAINST TAXATION. citizen of Melrose. Air. and Airs. J. W. Lewis. 3" .. ...../ .."",, ",,/\ of the total .
Heretofore there has been Mr. and 1 Mrs. Billie nines are theprou.1 eclipse of
no exemption -
Mr. and Airs. W. M. Bryan and) son, the sun, na
;, from luxation except for certain Wesley, visited relatives in Starke parents of a tine son born Jan.' .....'0" .. ... ',.,- "" s000ono! ture's grand
,
18th. The little
f i-lui"u-s' of pureuns.J Comptroller| Monday. youngster: will be'called I: tenth run, niul. est art piece,
dry .
Ernest Ann.-" calla the attention of I Ranald Earl I are demanding more und better bra's. noi-onl'm' at New York,
the ,
tax assessor, and collectors to the recent Miss Lottie Dinkins, of Jacksonville Air. J. W. Lewis and daughter, Opal ]I t"r.U..h'III'lcullllr,1' Foundation.Drsplto Jan. 24 9:11A. :
amendment was in Sturko Saturday. i tiltli.Nl.2U5 1; uiilniuoMIrs and) trucks in the ('n"h'/. / '., u,. i M St'
which l is commonly was a week-end visitor here at I Jh
are' iSYU4.tswi 'head j on ..
known ns the "inronund inheritance i the home of her parents"Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Ahddleton, of Starke, was a' tmtiij and :tlnr late 1 r t
I pulling tends II, -HV III Neill. Tlie of Hi, ,. ,
tax" amendment. "No tax upon inheritance Perry Dinkins. business caller here Saturday coming unto' unit !tracks miufi-il. Hi
I I or upon the income or residents Air. and Mrs. Billie Hines, of t jcqtiin workers 'in elites by li.tMNi.OtX) between I'.Hu and, 'rv.Hj! n reduction "of 'e'
4 or citizens of thU state shall be| Col. and :Mrs. I>. E. Knight of Gainesville, spent Sunday here with I per cent Hut dnrluu the last three yearn there/ tins been u.. derided trend In tin rrlr

, levied by the State of Florida or under Starko motored to Lawtey Sunday his son, Billie Jr. )| r opposite directiuu.ttetween ,
afternoon. Air and Mrs I. W. of lino\ and WM: the horse population on farm decreased 10 percent.
its authorities and there shall be, Dyal, Graham | ,
I On .Imfi'Mry" 1. 1024. there was tS.SKTUHiO horne
". l'ulIIJlltred1111 'J1.HV.: .
from spent the week-end here with !
exempt taxation to the head of
family in Dalton Carter, of Water Oak wasa her parents !Air. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis. I JO) air years ,before. 1'hlll'a.) the smallest numhi-r ftlmo' lDO:.. Still 07 percent .
a residing this house-
state 4e
visitor here Friday He was on his Air. of all Held work Is done by horses und mules. I
hold goods and personal effects to the I way from a visit to Jacksonville. and Mrs. Dewey Starling of I, I Around IIM-V: under the Influence of stimulated war i-mdnrtlon, und replacement I i
Louise
J value of $500"Comptroller: were visiting friends here one
I,I -- day last week. I by ineclianlrul power horse prices began to decline lu ,Iunu r>' of (this
Amos says that his i :Airs. A. L. Taylor and Mrs. G. W. j average vahus head the lowest .
I 1"ar per were since !1110:1.: Mule prl. .... unlike
reason for calling attention of tax: Stokes were visitors to Starke Mon- Henry Thomas of Starke was a1 horses, advanced the
I during war, reaching their
'' peck In nut; :: In 1023 there
I assessors to this ia i that the latter day. visitor here one day last week. IIr. | I nil a third inure horses and moles sold than during the
' part of the amendment relates I :\ Huff of Clydno, was hero one previous year.
to ex- Good
tiinren und Mlalllnn" ,
emptions to heads of families of $ADO; J' Rev. It. D. BevU filled his regular I day last week looking/: after turpen-i l KUls ietl The number of colts are produced scarce foiled During to the war hone breeding/ I innl -
keep wttn the .
worth of household 'appointment at the Baldwin Baptist' tine business pace totl>lO! .1
goods and
per- denth. Between into and 1920: horse and mule colts combined decreased 22
sonal church Sunday evening. Don't forget school
effects. Sunday
j I
every per cent. The largest percentage of the horse population t Is old.
"The definition of household evening at Dcdon. Everybody welcome Low price nil) continue
to discourage horse
I Constable J. H. Lowery was transacting and mule production and
{roodslays. the comptroller "ia gen- cause still further decrease' In the
business in Starke Friday population until the overuse! price turns up- I
erally very well understood and means ward. Unless breeding operations are Increased ,
There Is no use in starting/ trouble. demand! will soon be greater
such articles! as are used by the head Bryant Reddish, of Jacksonville, It is a self-started. than the supply. How soon the market turning point uill be reached for the

of a family In keeping house, such as was a visitor Monday at the home of I I I rank and file of hones Is nm-rrtnln, Prices have ulre.nl,.. ) Impt.wed for the better

household and, kitchen furniture. hod- parents Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Redhis A man on top Is just standing on than medium cm den. The constantly increasing demand along' with the limIted I -

ding, eating and cooking utensils, dHh. his friends' shoulders supply I.l !rji1t' -- --
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