Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: January 7, 1921
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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>.
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STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, 1921. NUMBER\ TWENTY IGIIT' I

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GRAM OF CONSTRUCTIVE WORK OFFICERS 10 a. m. Monday, January, 3, 1:
TAKE' 1021, the board of county commissioners I :
met at the court house In Stork. f tJ
DURING TERM OF OFFICE CrMRGE TUES. :! Chairman' C. A. Robert.s being ab- 6. I

sent, J. M. Browne, Chairman proI ,
I I I tern, railed the board to order with ,
the following ml"mbE't1'l's'nt, to. I
FAVORS CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO ALLOW EQUALIZATION ::

I Reside the induction of a new occupant -' wit: James Reynolds and Drew Red r
OF BURDEN OF TAXATION-URGES COORDINATIONOF into the county clerk'office !! dish. I Ii ,j

mentioned tAewhere; in the Telegraph 1 Minutes of last read
THE STATE DEPARTMENT meeting and .
today, then, iore several] other changes i approved. I
I -- h | rt house personnel on Floyd\ Green bond for justice! of the
Tallahassee, Jan. 4.-Under a sky'f ,' ly divided between Sit wan nee and lust Tuesday. f I peace"for the f.th election} district, and
overcast with clouds through which Taylor counties, the first the countyof II. A. Green ,succeeds Judge George I also tend for notary public was rresenteu -
the sun shone at intervals, lIon. Cary the
governor's present residence A. Gardiner who retired from office and approved.
\ A. lIardl'e'of, Live Oak was today i and the latter the county of his birth. after W1 o ei
nerving several terms most
acceptably -
Petllloi. signed by J. W. VTJiite and
formally inaugurated Into the high' With the exception of one office, his : i
as county judge to give
office of governor of the state of Flor- ,i the personnel of Governor Hardee's whole others asking that the name of Mrs.
I time to MB farming operation.
The ceremonies I I I II ii | Rachel Mulphurg be placed upon pauper
Ida. surrounding the cabinet for the four year term will be .
Judge Green is a native of the coun qt
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i I I roll. After being considered,
inauguration were prehaps the most the same as that of Governor Catts. upon .
ty. lIe was born February 10, 1892: '
motion and second it ordered
elaborate and the dignified i I was
most The
yet change is I in the attorney I'neri near Lake Butler lie received his
in years. I al's office, Rivers II. Buford of Ma- I that she be placed upon pauper rolland
I early education :in the schools of the '
At 10:15'o'clock the escort formedon rianna, succeeding Van C. Swearing-1:, county and afterward graduated from paid $3 per month.
the west side of the capitol on I I en of Jacksonville. AH other cabinet j I the University of Florida" with the Chairman C. A. Roberts and Commissioner
Adams street and proceeded< north. '!officers were re-elected as follows: degree of bachelor of science. Thoughhe O. V. Brooks being detainedby
ward to the governor's mansion, at i it Secretary of state, H. Clay Crawford has held /cvnal offices of honor bad weather having arrived the n
Kf t which point the parade proper wad a and trust, including a seat for one business of the board was continuedby
formed. Proceeding thence to Mon- Comptroller, Ernest Amos term in the house of representatives, C. A. Roberts, chairman '
roe street the procession moved down I Treasurer, John C. Luning. his life has been largely: devoted to Upon motion of O. V. Brooks the ,1-
that thoroughfare to the noilheast Superintendent of public instruc- I' teaching. He began this work at the name of Richard Jones was ordered
corner.of the capitol ground, thence ticui, W. N. Sheats. j gage' of sixteen I years, and has/taught stricken" from the pauper roll. "
westward to Adams street and thence Commissioner. of agriculture! W. A. 'continuously until the present time, Notice having been given for leasing .
south to the west entrance of the : of convicts for the
cap- McRae. his lust position being that of principal : county year .
itol. Here the parade finished and' The inaugural ball tonight in the of the Brooksviile High School 1921 to the highest; and best bidder in W. T. WEEKS
the governor-elect, the retiring gover-1 i state house, was a scene of much animation at Brooksville. front of the courthouse door in Starke ,
.r nor members of the cabinet and elective and was attended by distin- The office of county superintendent T. J .Kn bb being the highest and Who retired voluntarily from the office of Clerk of the Circuit

; officers passe dthrough the capi- guished people from all parts of the was vacated by Mr. E. R. Poppell, after best blddet, which was $20 per month Court, Bradford County, Tuesday, January 4th, after having
tol to the stand on the east side of the state. for each male convict. Said bid was
historic building where for decades time a four-year'' term, during which accepted and contract drawn and sign served< eight consecutive four-year terms, or thirty-two, years.
Since much was made by the
early this morning crowds of progress
the inaugural ceremonies have been' visitors from every part of the state schools of the county. lie is succeeded ed.The Colonel Weeks was an officer in the Confederate army during the

held. have thronged the streets of Talla- by II.. B .Wiggins of Hampton following names were rcr'lvt.dfrom war between the stlites. At the close of the war he returnedto
After the address by Governor CattiGoverno hassee. As the parade passed thru who comes to the office after a long the board of public instruction
asking: that they be placed upon Wid- his home at Providence, in the western part of the county,
Hardee introduced and
was the main business section of Monroe experience as a teacher Mr. Wiggins -
his arising was the eignal for tumulstous'and street, every available space upon the moved to Hampton eight years ows', Pension Fund and paid the following and was a prominent figure in county and state politics during the

prolonged applause In the sidewalk was taken up by eager spec- ago from Hawthorne, Alachiu county'; Mrs. amounts R. l,. Dean per, $month R.OO. : reconstruction period, doing his share toward redeeming the state
ensuing hush which fell upon the vast tators and the progress of the gover- and has been a resident of the county RoBena Denmark, $10.00. from the hands of the carpet baggers who had charge of the state ,f..
assembly, Chief Justice Jefferson nor elect through that thoroughfarewas since that time. The only other public -
Alma L. McMillan 500. at that time. Prior to his election to the office of circuit
Browne of the supreme court administered ; marked by cheering and applause.The office he has held was that of membership I.ota Parrinh government -
the oath which made Mr liar- governor was continuously- on the county school board. Eliza J. Hill, $8.00. court clerk he served the county as tax assessor, member of

dee governor of Florida. Just as this pelled to lift his hat in acknowledgement lie resigned from this position to return Mabel Seals, $5.00.$5.00. the house of reprl'sentnti'l'stnte!' senator and member of the
was finished one of The three bands of the tribute from his hosts of to active duty in school work as
Lizzie Tompkins, $10.00. constitutional convention of 1885. lie elected clerk of the circuit
broke into '"The Star ''Spangled Ban- friends who had gathered from every a teacher. He has a family and will was -
After
, ner," and the whole crowd stood with county of Florida to see him take office move with them to Starke In the near recommendations being considered the above ( court in November, 1888, and assumed the duties of the of.I
by
bared head during its rendition. and to do him homage.Old future.E. the board. were approved. flce\ on the first Tuesday in January 1889. His absences from the
The new governor was then again: settlers declare that never has W. Hayes, who was elected to The board )
cheered to the echo, after which he the capital city been so imposingly succeed B. M. Dowling in the tax col adjourned'sine W. T. WEEKS die. office during all these years would probably not average five daysa

commenced his masterly address. At decorated. Flags and bunting adorned ->, lector's office, went on duty ahead of Clerk.In year, and no auditor has ever found occasion to criticise his management ,
the conclusion of the address the formal every available space, while down the other new officers having been of this important branch of the county government. His
were ended but it was Monroe far the could to fill the
ceremonies. street as as eye appointed unexpired term
I county commissioners court, is of devotion to and faithfulness to
record fine duty
nearly an hour before Florida's new reach, festoons of flags hung in gay when Mr. Dowling resigned in October Starke Bradford a example
chief executive could leave the stand, array. Mingled with the beauty of He has already had time for' a Tuesday, January 4,county 1921. Florida trust. lie retires from office with the full) confidence and high esteem -

so eager were the hosts of Floridians Old Glory hung, was the beloved Stars tryout and the general verdict is The board was called to order by of the citizens of the county, and with their best wishes for
present to shake hands and congratulate and Bars of the Confederacy. A tribe that he is making good. Mr. Hayesis acting chairman C. A. Roberts
hit future welfare and
him. ute to the faithful, but small rem- a native of Alachua county but The elected members' all being happiness.
The parade was probably the longest nant who during the morning in hon- has lived in this county since infancy, present newly, as follows, C. A. Roberts -- Colonel Weeks is succeeeded in the office of circuit court

in the history of a similar occasion, or of the new governor, whom they his parents having moved here wh>.n J. M. Brownlee, S. T. Dowling, clerk by> Hon. George W. Alderman, of Lake Butler. Mr. Alderman -
and the-honor of having the largest: delighted to honor, rode in his parade he was only about one year old. H. R.
Gainey II. If. Williams.
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is a native of the county, having been born the Palestine .
delegation in line seemed about even- Sheriff W. J. Epperson and Tax As- The board proceeded to elect a
N, D. remain. district 29 1870.
sessor Wainwright chairman by cecret ballot, and C. A. August i
GOVERNOR IIARDEE'S INAUGURAL ADDRESSMy duty, four having been term.C. ,re-elected. for another Roberts was elected chairman.By The new clerk is not an untried man in public office. After i

A. Knight year, who has been a deputy order of the board the Bradford teaching in the county from the time he was 16 years of age until -

I\\ \ Fellow Citizens: \ in the clerk's office for a number County the official Telegraph organ of was the designated county. as his 28th year, he was elected a member of the county school! .

I H A very wise provision in our state constitution has placed a of years, will\ remain in that capacity Attorney E. M. Johns and A. S. board, where he gave several years of good /service. lie was later
with Mr. Alderman, the new clerk of
I limit of time in which one may serve continuously as Chief Executive i the court. Mr. Knight is a very efficient for Crews tae filed applications'for attorney elected county tax collector and for six years proved himself one

, of Florida. That he may not succeed himself finds hearty ap- man in his position and those with board the, and board the of board public by instruction agreement - of the most painstaking, capable and courteous men ever to hold
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proval from thoughtful men and women. The inauguration of a who have business with the office will decided to have a joint session that 'office. For several years past he has been cashier of the i '
be 'to know that he will
pleased con
'I Chief Executive becomes a frequently recurring event making the tinue on duty there. and which elect one attorney for both boards Farmers & Dealers Bank at Lake Butler and -resigned that position
was done A. S.
I'1 close of one administration, and the beginning of another. In this II. H.> Williams C. A. Roberts, S. Crews was elected by at ballot a salary and of $76 to take up his new duties as clerk of the court. lie enjoys in

; representative government they who shall administer the affairsof T. Dowling, J. M. Brownlee and II. P. per month, one-half to be paid by each large measure the esteem and confidence of the people of the coun-
the board of
' Gainey county
'\1 the state, must first be called to service by the sovereign voice commissioners compose for the next two years board.The ty, and the feeling is general that the clerk's office has fallen Into
\ Lake Butler
Bank designated
!r4'\+ of the people?and so today having thus been called, and in obedience Mr. Roberts was re-elected chairmanof an a county depository was, subject- capable and worthy hands. '

1 Ii' to the will of the.people of Florida, I am about to assume the the board.I to the approval of the state comptrol -

i : high and responsible duties !appertaining to the great office to A. ,Hazen. C, Powell compose J. O.the Oennison school a..J board.A. ler.The matter of selecting a physicianwas PAUL KNIGHTS BIRTHDAY PARTY LUCILE JOHNS BIRTHIVAY PARTY 'r

1 .which they have called me. It is my desire and i it seems quite appropriate However, Mr. Powell is serving only taken up but none appointed.The iU-: : '
Little Miss Johns celebrated
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',1't that I should avail myself of the occasion now presented until his successor shall be appointedand salary of the clerk of the boardof -- ', her eleventh birthday Saturday afternoon ,
qualify. lie was re-elected at the county commissioners fixed at Paul Ernest: Knight celebrated the
for the confidence reposed in me,, as evidenced by my election to was I at the home of her .parents
election but since that
November
$125 per month and the clerk allowedtwo eighth anniversary of his natal day' ;
I such an exalted station. I am not unmindful of the great honor time his physician has advised him to assistants for the present, at the on Thursday afternoon, the 80th ult., Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Johns, on North

" conferred, and am not lacking, I trust, in the fine sense of gratitude give up all active work. On this ad- same salary they have been receiving: by giving a party to his numerous Walnut Invited to street.share, A this few happy friends occasion were,
vice he declined to qualify as a memo heretofore, one at $125 month and friends at the home of his parents,
''j which fills my heart today. As I read the fundamental and ber of the board for the coming term one at $85.00 per month.per I Col. and Mrs. I D. E. Knight, on N. and each one presented their hostess ;
laws of Florida wherein areVprescribe'd the duties and will the office when with a suitable, gift. ,
|| statutory and relinquish Bond of W. W, Balnden as deputy Walnut street. I f
of self sufficiency his successor is appointed. sheriff was approved I Cameo were, played until 4:90: then '
f. obligations of the Chief Executive, any'possible sense by the board. Miss Doris I.aw assisted' Mrs.
Petitions are at present being circulated Llt of three hundred the children enjoyed a tempting N
and five names In entertaining the children
the Knight
l>> 'seems to grow less and my feeling of dependence upon by friends of T. J. Terry of was selected, by the board from whichto with stories and games: and the little spread of cake and fruit punch.
patient good will of the people and upon( the cooperation and assis- Lawtey, and L. W. Kickliter, of draw the jurors for the year 1921 people had a merry time playing and The- invited guests; were: Mary Cat

tance of my associates in office more pronounced.I Starke, asking their appointment to The board bought the'typewriter for presenting their gracious young host nova Lucil Mitchell, Hazel Middleton -
succeed Mr. Powell. Both are good the clerk's office and instructed the with lovely collection of birthday Louise Jolly Gladys Russell,
seriously question the present is propitious for one to as- men and have always shown an active county judgi- to use the typewriter gifts. a Gussie Mutt Bennett, Ruth Sternberg, E

sume the governorship of the state, if perchance he expects to interest in the public schools. which was originally bought for tho Elizabeth and Florence Andrews, Ir-
county demonstrator' The receotion room, parlor and dining I|'ma Johns Allan Long, Walter Mc-
bask thereafter in popular favor. We are tdday in the wake of a Miss!\ HOUGH ENTERTAINS John Mack was elected office.janitor for rawo.. were Si.nply but effectively) Donald, Jr., Richard Long:, Charles s

.' great world conflict which taxed to the utmost the productive forces courthouse at a salary of $36 decorated with polncettlas and vases 1 I Lucian Kickliter, William Harvard.

of the nation. During its continuance and immediately following Friday evening: Miss Lena Hough month. per ofy beautiful roues, with and the its mining handsome< table was lace I I I Sammy Sternberg, Owen Griffin, Paul .
F delightfully entertained the Ep- Board adjourned to, Knight a
first
meet Mon-
its conclusion private business very white Mrthdajr _. .
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marked and the Urge
a the armistice which worth League and a number of their day in February 1921. cloth -"- --- -- .rMETf1OlIST
'.1 and public affairs have been administered with profligacy of expenditures friend, the occasion being a watch G. W. ALDERMAN, I cake with its' eight red taper, forming I

\ as was never before known. Individual thrift and frugality night meeting and social combined. Clerk. I Little the center Misscg piece.Mary Canova, Lucile ,
Games and music were enjoyed un- | Sunday school, 9:45 a. m., L. ,A.
>i, have been largely'discarded, and erstwhile luxuries are now Johns and Lucile Mitchell assisted
HOUSE
CLUB ; FOR
til 11:30, at which time Miss Hough WOMAN'S *i Ilavis, superintendent.
"' being classed as necessities. Thoughtful men have known that and her mother, Mrs. H. L. Hough: CLUB OI' STARKE Mrs Knight in serving pound cakeand I Preaching/ a. m. and 7:30: p. m.

' such of inflation and expenditure could not continue, and served delicious refreshments of hot -- delicious punch. ,'I Epworth league, 6:45 p. m. "
an
orgy back to safer chocolatesandwiches and fruit cak Tuesday the old school building' on The guests included: Clara Louise I'rayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:30:
with prophetic voice have all along wooed the people At twelve o'clock the beautiful watch the corner of Walnut and Jefferson Peek, Lucile Mitchell, Leila Dca, and I I p. m. ...

ground. Unfortunately we have not listened to more conservative night service of the Epworth Leaguewas ; streets was conveyed to the Woman' Elizabeth Andrews, Mary Brownlee,.I J. C. DIGGS, '
result in the midst of a period if indus- conducted in, an impressive Club of Starke by the county board of Sara Hope and Georgia Ifaynes Ha- Pastor.On \
are
counsels and we
as a I manner, and all eagerly watched the education, the instrument being' a eel\ and Lois Adklns Betty McLane, "
trial deflation which, in magnitude, our country has never exper- advent of the new year. lease for ninety-nine years. Etholin and Dorothy, White, Lois

ienced before. There is rapidly accumulating a vast army of un- I About thirty guests were present, The Woman's Club is planning to Long, Julia Etta Canova, Evelyn and last account Wednesday of the afternoon Inclement the weather U. I 4
manufactories find difficulty in disposing and Miss Hough proved herself to bea remodel thin building:, making rooms Marjorie Stump Elizabeth Kendrick,
) and D C. until further
and the farms was postponed no-
employed
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Brownlce" Brinson,
charming hostess.ENGAGEMENT. for a community kitchen, a rest room, Martha. Patsy
of their products. If the people of Florida, forced by,stress!' I club rooms, etc. At th<" next meetingof Dorothy n wh. Alire Fernandez, Rulh tice. .. 4
of circumstances need to take stock of themselves and learn again ANNOUNCED the club which will be Wednesdayat Steinberg KlontISitch. Gussl" May -- -- -
so must! the state I the residence of Mm W. C. Pow Bennett, Eumc Cunovn, Martha Powell Ptkl., .,1'., Julian peek, Jr., A. M. Pctt
the lesson!' forgotten during the great war, even Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson an- 1.1each\ member Is requested,' to bring' Doroth Tumor.: Florence and Etta it. 011'., Merrill McMillan\ Merrill
"set its house in order" against the perils of changing conditions. nounce the engagement and approaching or send a silver offering: for the club I I Mae Gill Melba and Thelma Sil dutch, l Roscoe McLane, Jr., James

1 desire to call the people to exercise a spirit of charity to- marriage: of their daughter, Eva, house fund The subject/or the January cox, I3iah: Smith. Ruby Davis, Lucile Richard Wainwright, Richard Long, '
upon during the critical period of. to Mr Geo. A. Anderson, of Starke meeting: Is "Finam,'a," and the Johns, Estcllo( Kendrick Billy Graham Milton Brownlee, Jr., A. E. Wall. Jr.,
wards us, who shall attempt to lead Florida the wedding to be solemnized motto Is: "Fight thou with shafts-of S'. R. Johns Jr.. Charts LucIan William Duncan,' Leslie Biggs Char-

- January the twenty-six, nineteen hun silver, and o'ercomc, When. no .force. Kickliter. Wetter McDonald, Jr., lien lotte and Della Rosenberg, .Fenella.
(Continued on Paso P) dred twjyiiy-one.: % else can get the masterdom. Stprnberg, Joy Edwards: Jr., Sinclair Snyder, Mary Canova. .

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it:tf (Continued' Prom Page 1)) I fit, must work. That was ''the,judgment of the law and the sentence -: Without' this obedience to law and order and this sprt of respectfor

f. # of the'OO rt." Our system of working them upon the public : constituted authority, the fairest and strongest governmentthat

: readjustment, and likewise I call upon them to practice individually roads, must be maintained, and we will never, I trust, go back to i human intelligence could conceive and human energy direct,

those wholesome principles-perseverance; ; industry economy the private lease. AS-a, prudent business man would handle his' must ultimately fall a prey to its own anarchistic tendencies..

p,,_ and sober thinking own affairs 'even so should we endeavor to manage the various. I have'spoken, perhaps, too much at length, but now that 1hebllgation ,

I f We have no cause for gloomy foreboding, no reason for discontent state institutions. Remembering always that economy as well as'' ) of a great office is mine, find much difficulty in giving
efficiency must be kept constantly in mind. full to views so'ma'ny, important questions within
I 1 if only we are Ailed with a consciousness of our inherent i expression my on -

} : t power, and a' realization of the'!I1atchless, resources which a kind What should be our aim'for the future? ,Speaking very gen'. a. given time. In trying to serve :you for the next four years,

f' Providence has bestowed upon us. The future is big with promise erally 'because this is not the r time or place for very specific treat- I am sure that I shall make many mistakes. In making them,

f I I ;, and Florida may, ff she will, come into her own. Ours is a ment of existing problems, I would.suggest that we begin to give I however, I am indulging in the hope that you will credit me with

if:.... rising state. For people are not lacking in vision, and in natural I, care ta the conservation of our natural resources. The timber worthy motives and ascribe my errors to that frailty of human

m' resources she is-rich indeed. The sturdy character of American supply, upon which the state is so dependent, must be intelligently foresight and judgment so seriously afflicting us all., When right,

of varied nationalities. In conserved not but I court your commendation, when wrong, I pray your forgivenessand
,, 'citizenship is !)f result of the admixture pnly conserved, .made sufficient for all times
: \ a similar sense the amalgamation of those ever increasing streams through reforestation. The fish and gameof. the state, now quite sympathetic counsel. Oft times, when right, men will say I

t It.: of population, coming to us from'every section of this broad land, plentiful, must be preserved and propagated.); ,CTJiis, to my mind, am wrong, because the judgments of 'men are not always made

t u! must mean a citizenship of spiritual power and material achieve- will be most effectively done when we have taken tfie'natterof enforcement with full possession of all the facts! and only too often their views

1 .: went The courageous spirit of the people, given fair opportunity,i ( of our fish and game laws from local Influences"-And inasmuch fail to cover all of the ground. At this, the beginning, I have been

m. ami; materials with which to work, will make' Florida one, of the as these resources belong to all the people, there should accrue ,made to feel supremely conscious that the people are with me now,

;'e" greatest: states! of, the Union. Dd I need to call your attention to to the people a fair'and reasonable revenue through the ope- and as the days, lengthening into years, may come and go, my; con-

the vast resources granted us by a beneficient Creator? Nearly ration of the laws. Conseryation of resources is not enough.. 'We ,;tant- ayer' to the Divine Ruler shall be so to prepare me'so to

H 1,500 miles of sea coast, dotted here aid} there by splendid harbors. riTust build up and develop. That great tract of fertile.land known lead.me,Ta they:. will be with me to the,end..

world finds facilities for trade and the wealthof asvthe Everglades is a potential empire within itself. The ,
The commerce of the very -- -- -- -... ...
the waters'of the sea belongs to us. Millions of acres of splendid important work of drainage and reclamation, undertaken years BUOOKEit..... Ing after'the holidays.;'

agricultural lands, rich and fertile, specially adapted? to agriculi ago, ,must go on., Utilizing the funds derived from the sale of pub- ... J James Triest returned Sunday afternoon -
Brookcr from Palatka, after spendingthe
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oy y ture, horticulture and live stock development, with little more than lic lands-after; paying to the, school fund the amount as ,required fill hit appointment, Jan 'l-RI.'V here RideniHij Sunda will at week'with relatives.

'See per cent of it under cultivation. The wealth of our timber supply by'the.constitution, we will, -I trust, continue the task until com- the Missionary Baptist 'church. -kv.j, Saturday night a large crowd of
? the face'of the land and the hidden treasures beneath its pleted. erybody invited. {I the,young folks enjoyed a pound party .
; upon S. V. Andreu motored to Hampton at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G.
i '' surface speak'of potential wealth of untold millions, and above nil, We must cooperate with, ,the national, government in the construction Monday afternoon. i W. Hinson.

God's eternal sunshine affords us a climate which is attracting the of roads and highi(ays. We must match the Federal appropriation Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and daughter, I R. M. Hersey was a visitor to Hampton -

i peoples of less favorable climes. I am tempted, perhaps, to speak always, with,an adequate! state appropriation. A system Inez, and Mm. R..T. Osteen spent part Monday.

; i. too much at length while contemplating the greatness( Florida. of public roads connecting every county s te in Florida should of last. week wjth relatives in Plant "I I S. B.for Woodard different points left Sunday in the afternoon South-

} ,. i Let us set ourselves resolutely to the task-of Utilizing the preferred !fie laid out, and eventually I believe, the state should actually takeover City.F. P. Gainey was in Hampton Wed ,' where he will spend some time,

I 1 : '' opportunities and building here on this heaven-favored peninsula construction and maintenance, without assistance from the nesday.. S. B. Qwindel..and son, Willis, car-
I .
d w; .", a commonwealth whose laws and institutions shall be so just .counties, main.thoroughfares connecting different sections of the week-end Mr. Smiley here at Pinholster the home of spent Mr. and the --led lyn 14-a}, .:lay."'.e load < cabbage' to. Brook

"I I 1': and so efficiently administered that men everywhere wil lbe, at- state, as distinguished from localities. We have dreamed and Mrs. Jno Shriver. J. P. Padgett wan a visitor to the *

tract(d to us. planned, sufficiently long Now the' time has arrived for actual Mlsi :,-da Watson entertained the county seat last week. -

the constitution has divided work and construction. It,is.our great problem today. I trust'. young folks Friday night with a so- Arthur Bennett has, returned toMaitland ,
of our
: t In its distribution? powers, cial. where he is employed after -,
.
I government into three departments. As the head of the executive that.i the+,hlghwajl: commission 'for the. next four 'years may set Lewis Shriver was a visitor to I upending several days here with -,

" department I shall not forget the intent of the fathers who themselves to' the ask of actually, building roads. Hampton Wednesday. I I I I homefolks.
r and who Our aim for the future should\ be to give to the people of other Mrs.. Rouse and son, Hubert, ofI I, Johnnie Williamson of Lake Butler -
1.1 t , wrote and published that great instrument saw therein Plant City, were in our town ,, was the guest of friends here ,Sun'day. -,
I : each of said departments free and coordinate. A free, untrammeled states conception: of. the greatness, the attractiveness, and day. ,

I f 'and independent j judiciary! must ever remayi.. he bulwark of individual ,, beauty" of Florida thru truthful advertising. To keep in mind and U. D. Johns of New River, Tues-j Messrs. G. M. Bennett and C...A.
foster movement which'will our town MQnday.Vlrll'inia Youngblood were the visitorsto
I is every develop and benefit our agricultural among
and
legislature
;. 1 liberty. An enlightened incorruptible: Weeks spent the Starke Monday.
.' r the absolute essential' l. in governmental progress.:, !By, reason of horticultural and.live, stock' interests.' ;The development of with relatives in Starke. .
supposed particular' knowledge our laws andpolicies, acquiredthrough qur marketing bureau,. and the encouragement of co-operative II. P. Gainey was a business visitor HAMPTON
movements to the end that the farmers to Starke Monday.' '
and producers receive -
may
administration and execution of them it is made the
the the highest for their Chesley Fogg, of Graham, was a Hampton, Jan 7.-Miss Ethel Hunt
"f duty of the governor to cooperate with the legislature and assist, possible price products. visitor here Monday morning.Mrs. celebrated her sixteenth birthday.last
), if possible, in'its law making functions. I shaft propose measures Our aim for the future should express itself in improved Shriver and son, Lewis, motor- Saturday with a delightful party at
; methods in assessment Collection; of-revenue. An amendmentto ed to Hampton Monday afternoon. her home. The dining room was beautifully .
'L and policies, but shall not attempt to influence their adoption. the constitution the of Miss Sarah Jordan, of MilledgevilleGa. decorated ,with 1 beautiful pink
1'a .through the improper use of executive power. permitting assessment proper rates of ., spent the week-end here with bouquets and pot flowers. The parlor
r '.he great class of intangible properties, a more equitable'assess- Miss Margaret Shriver. ( also was decorated with the lovely
-1; We are to be'congratulated in that men of experience, ability ment of property as between the different counties; coordinationof 'Mrs. Anna (Murrhee spent the weekend pink flowers.
I;. and patriotic consecration to the public good have been chosen as the various departments of the state elimination of here on the account of the illnessof Several amusing games were played -
heads constitutional: departments ,of our state government. ; an expense her mother, Mrs:)1%: J. Kelly. after which the guests were invit-
Incident to duplication of work, and finally the systematizing of Mr and Mrs. Frank Stokes, of ed to the parlor where a birthday cake
+ fox I greatly-pleased to be associated with them in the
k my part am our work so that many positions' now hardly necessary, maybe Gainesville, spent the holidays here was placed on the dining table. The
work ahead of us and can but feel that the official family, which I abolished.It with relatives.Ben cake contained sixteen lighted candles -
';r l '.. may with propriety call the cabinet, will, from the abundance of Crosby' spent Ian P--*!' week--,- visiting ..---. and a 'pleasing feature of theevening
.. ? is essentially the or'jlooa government in South Florida was' the ,
the part insofar as laws blowing out of those
; their experience, contribute much towards success of our adi
, !:' ': ministration. and governmental regulations ,can do so, to create'the highest Roy Godwin was in here Tuesday candles. Each guest took chances at
i, "' The occasion is quite opportune for me to\bring $ pos- attending to business. extinguishing the candles, for which
(:,:I'y r them assurance that executive !interference...will not be indulged. sible type of citizenship, having due regard for the physical and Tip Top literary society have a nice a prize was offered to both the lucky
'$- i. And only in keeping with the spirit of the law shall I concern my* spiritual welfare of all the people. The,work of a well organized 'program arranged: for Friday' after- boy and !girl.!
and efficient health department cannot noon Everybody invited to attend. The take was cut and delicious re-
self with their departmental affairs. dispensed with. Im
Misses Bertie and Alva Thomas freshments "served. The guests de-
h I wish to welcome, as co-partners! the men,land women who' proved'sanitation and general..health conditions result always in spent Tuesday with their grandmother parted at!* late hour, wishing Miss

1 have-been chosen to fill their respective positions incident to the increased capacity for efficient labor, giving, every one a clearer Mrs. Tiercy Roberta I I Ethel many happy/birthdays.
4 conception of life's duties and the ability to perform them. F.. T, Stewart left Monday for Wil- The out 'administration of the law. There should exist between such "offi leford. I, Mabel Seals, of Jacksonville, Miss
cials and the Chief Executive a spirit of cooperation and natural As a component part of this great republic we must give ser- The friends of Mrs. E. T. Stewartare Margaret Hill, of Valdosta, and Miss
'H"{ : ious consideration to educational problems if we Vdhld preserve glad to learn she U to be up Long, of Atlanta.
w + + helpfulness.. Each of us may well feel honored that we have been. able
' for all time the and out again. Mrs. C. P. Sasser, of Valdosta, Ga.,
ri'r 't" called to service. That our fellows have such confidence in our fitness democracy,' our institutions. ,In a country whose Miss Edyth Warren has acceptedthe who has been visiting here during the
. t that they trust their'business" in our hands We-can best repay -' ;government "derives its just Powers from: the consent of the governed position of teacher in the Pine Hill holidays,_tetumed to her home Mon-

them by a conscious regard for the important duties of our ;". a country where the voice of the people directly, and school, which opened Monday. day.Miss
k through chosen representatives, becomes the real law of ,the ,land, Miss Olga Ward, who spent the Margaret Hill)), who has been
offices. holidays the
respective here with her parents Mr. guest of Mlsi Ethel hunt during
b.. MI, The laws of Florida must be enforced. Private must the necessity for an educated citizenship is.more pronounced. I and! Mrs. E. J. Ward, left Sunday for the past week, returned to her home,
1 property feel that'we Are to be congratulated upon an awakened interestin Gainesville to resume her position. in Valdosta Monday.
' be respected. The rights of the individual safeguarded fn his legi' the great cause of popular education. Our national legislature I Miss Jones spent the holidays with I', Mrs. W, P. flirt and children, off
,,., ,, timate aspirations, but at no time and under no circumstances is- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jones, o Alachua county, were guests of rela-
now considering the question of national aid to our public schools Sapp. tives and
friends here
must the individual, whether.in a personal or in a corporate Saturday and
capacity
and acting on the same principle our state must eventually aid Mrs. Louis Clemons and children, Sunday.
be allowed to assert himself to the detriment of, the superior! the counties in similar manner. The day for provincialism is of Miami, left Monday for their home. I Mr. and Mrs. David Jones have returned -
rights of the public. obligation of law They visited here ''during the to their ,
The enforcement is upon past, the time for larger of past ', home here, after a
our obligations is week.
,; the executive department. I trust that all of us who may be thus conception upon us. visit with friends and relatives in
? The richer sections of our country have tlrfwn'their wealth,not 4- wad dog was killed here first of South Florida.
I associated' will somehow hear thVcall of the people for real service only from their immediate surroundings but from the !week and it in said that several I H. B. Wiggins returned from Tallahassee -
1 ; and for high ideals i in the administration of the law. Permitme the Union. every state in animals had been bitten in this vicin- | Saturday, where he had beenattending
The |
more affluent'communities in Florida,,having done ity by it., Those who have
further to indulge the hope that it will not be for dogs of the state teachers assocla-
necessary' the same thing, cannot say that the education of tfie people in less value had best keep them confined In tion. He reports a pleasant trip.
me as Chief Executive to resort to that instrumentality of the a place of safety, as those that The union
forward communities is no cpncern of theirs: We have recognized run depot here has been im-
t.
f' constitution, carrying'the power of removal of subordinate officers this at large will be killed. proved by the addition of electric
principle in the
( one mill-constitutional school 'tax and ,
we lights.A. .
in order to force a proper execution ofAthe laws. ,The incorporation should I
more adequately'observe it in the future. TIIERESSA M. Williams has,
recently been
of this high in the hands
prerogative of the
governor contemplates Let transacting business
us adequately support our institutions of higher learning. in Starke.
,however, a necessity at times for its use. I would have Theressa Jan: 7_A week's meet- J. Allen has purchased the
r t''i understand I glory'in the great work they are doing and am much impressed Ling began Sunday night at the Christian storefront J. E. grocery
that I Stephens
'i everyone clearly ; shall not hesitate to use it when and will
? with I
the church.
fields Rev.
ever, widening of activity which Williams of Starke conduct the
they business
are opening in the
there appears wanton disregard of the oath of office in- .. .. ,- - is same location -
or gross conducting the services but '
expects i on Main
to I street.
' up me lasting good or the state: l hope the time may soon come
competency in the performance of official duties. to nave Kev.! jjaugrterty of Tennessee, ---
e
when we shall hear no more that inadequate facilities must lie here some time
during the
k'' week to
FOR ,
Perhaps no greater service can be performed than that of car'ing plead as an excuse for turning away from their doors so many of help conduct the meetin lI. At this SELL( -CASH ONLY

%. for our state institutions. Florida has not been backward in the-youth of the state knocking,for admission. Our real educational writing the weather is very unfavora Business conditions ,make it neces

making provision for her unfortunate, who, by reason of infirmityof problem, today, however, is with our rural schools. The overwhelming ble make but it a let's success.all attend and try to sary to economize in every possible

' mind and body, have become legitimate charges upon the state. percentage of our future citizenship is now attending Ben Hall has returned to Orlando, .and way as in the one management means of of my store,

, She has also provided institutions corrective character for those' the country 8cl oo1. Trying as best they can to equip themselves. where he is employed after spending ass J .ha.ve decided to reducing place expen-busi-
who have violated the laws the state hospital for the insane several days here with homefolks. ness on a basis'This
; at for life's duties in a school whose ter mis, in many counties, not J. P. Padgett was a visitor to will strictly cash
Chattahoochee'' and the institution! at Gainesville the epilepticand more than four months a year, and oft times presided over by a last week. Hampton lecting save and bookkeeping, time for col

\ feeble minded. ,Adequate provision for their maintenance and poorly paid,. incompetent teachers.: It is the rural school problem : Woodard Messrs. P, M. Geiger: and S. B. Placing me in an a better occasional position loss to, thus give

i humane treatment of the inmates must always be observed. The which is beginning to attract the attention of our National government day on business.motored to Waldo Wednes- my customers the benefit of the lowest -

industrial school 4br boys at Marianna and the school of'like character and whatever plan may:be undertaken must\ find in our statea .1 Mrs. J. E. Stephens, of Hampton, and possible men's prices on clothing, shoes,
for girls at Ocala, while incarcerating wayward youths, must responsive partner in the great work. "* was a visitor here Wednesday After furnishing. .
somehow lead them back to a respect for constituted authority And J. S. Griner, of Brooklyn, was in more goods January 15th, I will sell no
finally we should aim to maintain our democratic insti- town Friday on credit. In making this
and obedience to law, and especially. at those two institutions the 'utlons and a government that is jealous of all the rights of the R. M. Kersey was a visitor over to 1 I action announcement I wish to say that my
application of effective methods and humane treatment upon plastic state, but at the same'' time its' broad enough to realize that the Hampton Wednesday. I I T appreciation'\ not Of caused l by any lack oforM
C. A, those who have fay
Youngblood ?
minds will largely redeem and retunfthem. Our prison farm federal constitution must also be given ready obedience and re- buslnes sin Starke was transacting I me with their accounts in the
one
t at naicrdhoo1J\ ba;: operated only by that class' of convicts not pect. ,A government that guarantees to every citizen, the weakest Simuel Holder was a day visitor last to week.Melrose past reduce, but the step la taken simply to

c physically able to work upon the public roads. I am in sympathy and the strongest alike, equal and exact justice before the law last Wednesday just 'my expenses business and help p e to ad-
1' Barney I to condl"tionB.
with every practicable humane method used in handling the con and that stands always ready to make that guarantee;. government a visitor here Dowling Thursday.of Hampton, was changed'

r victs of the state. He who would mistreat them, or who would too, that offers to every citizen, the weakest and the strong- E. A. Sap of Long Bridge,. was" I I I solicit a continuance of the t pat
lose sight of a possible reformation is unfit [visitor here Wednesday I ro.age of all my old friends and cue'
I utterly to deal with 'st alike, a ;fair and impartial,opportunity to exercise his inalien- r tamers and )
44 : the problem, but I am unwilling for an ultra-humanitarianism to able rights of life liberty and the pursuit of happiness, circumscribed :Jones Mesasrs.were S.among B. Woodard1 the visitors' and W. A. the best goods will for strive the least to give,money.them "

fi'+ : ,;, dictate; our policy to that extent that we lose sight of the economic : only by a just consideration for the rights of his fellow county metropolis Saturday. to i the Yours very truly I

and disciplinary questions involved in incarceration. I believe the men. A government that is strong enough, fearless and fair ed Miss to Stella Cloversrttle has return. | 172t.- -- .,J.iM... : .ALVAREZ.. .

,farm.should at least be self-sustaining and that the people should enough to-make, every citizen, the strongest-and, weakest alike, cation,Grandin here with after her spending her! va- The Qulalne That Dosti HoC AtfecLibe' Ikea

be relieved, of taxes for its maintenance. The convicts, physically ,obey. the... law and respect the constitution under" ,'which he lives.. Mrs.School Fred opened Clovprseltte parents,, Mr, and I hj'R.1IIROMO...epee; !, of Its QIJINIlIiP tonr end; ('tab''t.'D'lentl",elreeL bor"koD LAX"-, <<1

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WILL: STORE SWEET POTATOES bor leaders. At home two outstanding over the Poindexter anti-strike bill
1" I I problems-unemployment and PEPTOMANGANWILL which passed the senate without de- =
rr
i Farmers of Manatee county this Ireland-have baffled the government bate and with only a few senators

year will stoic sweet potatoes on an I I while it ia also besieged many re- HELP present. Senator LaFolletto expectsto .
extensive scale for the first time, duo f sulti of the war, including a vigorous call up his motion for reconsideration -
II campaign against so-called a week from tomorrow. Sentiment FARMER ,
to the work of their county agents.Because I newspaper BROWN
for consideration is
adequate
of the difficulty of obtaining government, extiavagance. FIGHT COLDSMAKE
eastward widespread but Senator I'oindexter is .
In the foreign field, looking -
proper storage! it formerly was common
P'.
there is the perplexing prob- confident of repassage of the measure
practice for farmers to ship theirf' I I
I to northern markets or canneries lem of nettling the Palestine boundaries .
> potatoes! within a short time of harvestIng promising some pointed exchange UI OUR MIND TO KEEP Inquiry into coal prices is to be resumed Was down at Starke today and DeWitt C.

: and later find themselves compelled of opinion with France, Mesopotamia THEE PROM! COLDS. GET this week by the reconstruct'loncommittee Jones handed me a list of prices and a statementof
and YOUR BLOOD IN GOOD headed b, Senator Calder
by the three with its huge expense .
pound to purchase at several potatoes times their orIginal its oil, the ever-present Persian difficulties CONDITION alleged profits of government officialsIn a new and important business. contract just
tan
,' which the last agreement has coal sales to the army shipping. made him
market price. A community by which will be of great benefit to
START TAKING I'EI'TO.IASGANNOW : board and other agencies are to be
not allayed, India, which i 15 in a rreat-
of 10-
t:N: storage house with a capacity : under special investigation. us farmers This works'' in well with Far-
been erected, and far. er state of unrest than for years, requiring : our
000 bushels has IS THE TIME TO HUILD UP. Development of the government nitrate -
exceptionally large garrison
Union for
allotted where they an I mers we place orders with
can our
,
have
'. mere space and take Russia with her trade proposals YOU WILL BE STRONG THIS plant at :Muscle Shoals, Ala.,
.r;.. can place their will.FJIRINKAGE potatoes which have caused a split in the British WINTER promises lively debate this week in him or get at his Hardware Store all repairs we
them out at
tt. cabinet and the uncertain Greek both branches of congress, in connection need Farm
on our Machinery. You will in this
-
stiuatlon. Every house has a supply of fuel with committee elimination from

I ; MEAT IN WEIGHT OF Officials here believe that within the for winter. People know cold weather the sundry civil bill of an appropriation list below find everything you will need. Save
is They ready for it. of $10,000,000 for'the project and
coming.
twelve months important dealings gee this list for reference.
next Here's the prices of goods
Britain and the How ,many people get 'their own with the pending senate by I proposinga
belileve'that between Great
made:Many from people a soft bodied hog-the one meat fed United States will necessitate a most bodies ready for winter? Mont of us government corporation to operatethe kept on hand at the store, outside of farm im
around all summer in the intense plant.
upon peanuts, for instance-shrinks careful handling. heat fro burning up energy, working hard Soldiers' bonus! legislation is to be plements. Go in and have a talk with him so

excessively during the curing process. Negotiations between the two countries all day and sometimes lying awake given further consideration, this week he can explain more fully. Let's'all pull togetherFarmers
Jut as many people, perhaps, hold have been almost dormant slncethe nights sleepless in the tieat. by the senate finance committee. More

to the idea that this sort of meat does political conventions in the United Winter comes along. It catches hearings: are to be held and opponents Farm Union and Dewitt C. Jones.
rot shrink a greater percentage than States. There is a desire here to to
given an opportunity testify
that made from hogs which have been clear up the oil questions which have many people totally unprepared phy Inquiry into marine cable questionswill
? sically. Few of take Block of our
fattened upon corn. Some of the experiment been the subject of a long series of us be resumed Jan. 10th the
by interstate
health. Whether we will be well 5 ft. Wire
I Poultry $7.50 roll
btations have collected ac.f communications on the question as to sub committee. per
commerce ,
and often leave
healthy strong, we too
e cu"nte information to determine exactly the extent to which the United States
Whether ratification -
to
an attempt secure
much chance.
the percentage of shrinkage sustained shall participate in the world petroleum But to not everybody. Nowadays peo- ofthe $25,000,000 treaty with 6 ft. Poultry Wire $9.00 per roll
,
,
by pieces of meat taken from supply much of which is under
Colombia growing out of
,
AmericAn
f ple-'are learning. They, know this !:
bogs fed different sorts of ra British mandate. It is believed, however ;
upon of the Panama canal !
acquisition
I matter of enjoying good health is. a Well Pulleys 75c each
tions. The animal industry division I that considerable more negotiating thing they can help control. If you to be made during the present session ,
of the state of North Carolina has before agreementis
is i an
necessary of has not been determined by senate
live right eat right get plenty
I ,
just summarized the results obtained reached. Shovels $2.25 each
and leaders but an address on the subject
sleep, breathe fresh air keep your
f'' last winter in its meat curing work. Settlement caolc also of- is tomorrow in the senate
01 control blood in condition, will be planned by
good you
Some pieces'of meat taken from
were
fers .many perplexing things, partic- Senator Thomas. Axes $2.00'each
all right.It .
hogs fed upon a full ration of corn .
ularly in that the United States is little I
is If feel p
simple.
no you a
< and tankage, other pieces were taken continually reaching farther for world CLARK BILL TO STOP FLIRT-
off! in health-perhaps wotn out and Axe Handles 50
d. >' from similar' hogs fed upon a half ration trade. Shipping experts and officials pale-don't take chances. There's ING ATTRACTS ATTENTION to 65c each
of corn and tankage fed in conjunction -
: of the that the
are opinion new mercantile
.' i still other with soy bean pastures, while marine of the United States is no gan need of your of it.druggist.Buy some Begin Pepto-Man-takingit : Washington, Jan. 2.-A day or two 14 tooth Lever Harrows $10.00
pieces were selected from
likely to bring up a question of adroit ago when Congressman Frank Clarkof
I I today. You can get it in liquid or
animals fattened, or rather partially 1 1I I diplomacy, and point to Secretary tablet form. Tell your druggist which FloJ'ida,/introd uced a bill to send Little Joe Harrows $7.50
fattened, alone.
t p : upon peanut pastures Daniels' announcement of a bit navalprogram you prefer. But to be certain that flirters, mashers, googlers and others
The feeding period just preceding the
as the forerunner for ship ,,'ho disturb young women and girlson
get the genuine Pepto-Mangan;
you
curing! period continued D6 days, so Dixie Side Harrows
the animals fattened ping differences. ask for it by the full name "Gude's the streets of Washington to the $7.50
alono upon peanut pastures Officials here have not desired to Pt-pto-Mangan. Look for the name rock pile, he took a step, apparently,
were exceedingly soft. these to settlement that is attracting nation-wide Im- Also Disc Cultivators
The laboratory study showed this. The push questions a "Gude's" on the package.-Adv.
until advent of the new American ad- 9 portance. The same thing that is donein
laboratory study also showed that the
ministration but hope to get them CONGRESS STARTS ITS NEW Washington is done to a certain
bodies of the animals fattened Hoes
and on corn under way soon after March 4. YEAR'S WORK IN A RUST extent in other cities, hence the heads 50c to $1.00 .
tankage were firm.
While the government is being seriously : of the various municipal governments

cured The in meat exactly from the all same of the way.lots was The .pressed on one side to cease Soldier Bonus !Measure To be Considered elsewhere are closely watching the Rakes 60c to $1.10

enormous expenditures, it is besieged During Month situation.In .
first period of the curing processthe on the other with demands for unemployment I a leading editorial 'today the Lard Cans
brine
period-continued ,35 days. 75c
funds cash for housing and Washington Times said:
Washington, Dec. 2-Congl'e tomorrow
:At the end of this time the meat was
is
other past-war expenditures, with a will start! its new year's work "Congressman Clark of Florida
removed from the brine in
the smokehouse and allowed, hung to drip up 0 result that there Is little likelihood of I with a formidable program for the quite serious in his proposal to Con Sausage Mills $5.50

I lays when smoke reduction in the burdensome taxation. ( fifty-two working days remaining before gress to enact legislation that will
was applied
for the succeeding 7 days regularly At Some relief is promised in reduced sine die adjournment March SI'd.COnA"plltlon send to the rock pile for one year all

the end cif the smoking period each cost of living except in the price of as usual, is on the senate male flirts! who annoy women with
'r of meat food which rose steadily during 1920. aside, house activity being! concentrated whom they are unacquainted. Possi&bly
piece
with
was
wrapped -
paper With industry hard hit and a million on completion of the annual he is a little too harsh on the now Farmers here is
placed in a cotton sack and hung some-
'' In a well constructed smokehouse ford jobless, merchants who had been holding appropriation bills, with the sundry famous "cake-eaters." As disturbersof ,
commodities for high prices are civil budget; under debate and the post female decency and dignity: they
100 days additional. At< the end of
,. the total curing process' 244 days in expected to continue to dump their office bill on the waiting list. don't rank one-two-three with totally thing of interestto

1 all, it was learned that the meat taken goods at a loss. This has caused reductions Tariff revision is to be an important different varieties of lizards infesting .
; -
during the latter weeks of matter this week before both senate North Seventh, F. and other street,
from hogs fattened
.t' upon a. full the old "Mrs. Van Winkle, chief of the wo- You.-
(ration of corn and tankage had year. and house. Senator Penrose of Pennsylvania -
:; (Shrunk in weight 30.2 per cent,, that As the year opens the Lloyd George chairman of the senate finance mans bureau of the police department,
government apparently is maintaining committee plans to return to and many other women and men,
> that taken from similar
hogs fattened
.A,. upon a half ration of corn:and tank- a firm hold, and there is little evidence I the senate tomorrow after a y'ar'Babllence blame women to a considerable extent AN IMPORTANT business transaction has just been
that of the small factions his for the practices complained of, whichare
age plus soy bean pasture had lost in any many and with members of that will interest you because it con-
in either separatelyor no worse here than in
parliament, probably
consideration
committee begin of the
err weight 29.8 cent and that that
per taken defeat cities. But Mr. Clark is cerns every farmer in this locality. It is this From
11 from the bodies of tha soft in concerted actions, is able to emergency tariff bill passed recentlyby other large :
'; fed hogs had shrunk 27.8 cent.peanut the cabinet and force general the house Hearing on general right in putting the responsibility up- now on .
.f1:. While the authorities of the per animalindustry elections. The cabinet ministers, as tariff revision ,planned during the ex- on male flirters and ogling loafers.

fit division do not consider these they pass between their offices and tra session after !March 4 ,will begin Vamping girls do not loiter on street We will handle

M results conclusive, yet they are in full parliament, see evidence of unrest. Thursday before'the house ways and corners waiting to spring upon their

.' accord with previous experimental Strong, policed barricades still obstruct means committee and continue Indefi- prey. The male flirts thus congregateto : The

'r. cults! Plans are made to gather much re- the approaches to government nitely. make "googoo: eyes" and annoying I Full International Line
K. buildings and the iron gates at remarks to passing women. They generally -
r t. additional Information this winter. It huge, The senate foreign: relations committee I I
I the entrances to some official buildingsare will hold a special session tomorrow initiate proceedings, and, in I
{ would be of great public interest if
{ : some of our renders would give their kept closed. This Is done, the to consider international dis the great majority of: Instances, !get Harvesting Machine, Hay and Corn Machines,

,\ experiences in .curing soft meat.- '' government! announced, because it armament. It will take up the resolution cold turn downs for t. elr trouble. Oc- Tillage Implements, Plows, Seeding Machines
f' Farmer and Stockman. feared a Sinn Fein outbreak, but it Is I of Senator Bomh, Republican, c'lrlonally they run cross va'pps per-
known also that considered\ the ill choapen themselves Kerosene Tractors, Threshers Motor Trucks
r' -- --.------_ I it I Idaho, proposing: a request upon the fectly willing to f / ;
GREAT IIKITAIVS IMMEDIATE effect Bolshevik agitators might have president to initiate negotiations with by acceptance of those' informal attentions. Kerosene' Engines, Cream Separators Manure
i rilTUKC NOT ROSY ONES on the restive minds) of the unemploy. I Great Britain and Japan toward an AnJ PO it wUl be all thru ,

ed. agreement: for a 50 per cent cut in life, no matter what laws are enact Spreaders, Farm Wagons Feed Grinders, Binder

t Britain's outlook for; 1921 Us pictured : -- naval building for a.term of years. ed." Twine, Chattanooga Cane Mills.
y in rather somber colors by the politicians '' The Commonest Generosity The committee also will consider a Thus rock pile for the he vamps in

economists, financiers and la- Borne men are n"ot only eager u glee resolution by Senator Walsh, democrat the national capital 'Is. attracting nation -
I tIM dw\M his due, hut they Insist on proposing that the president be wide attention. The above listing covers all machines; and. implements

A TONIC adding a fat bomu It 1' the Lord linked to appoint an American representative 0 represented by the service-renowned, time-hon-
who UMiiullj finds colU-ctloiw poor.Houston .- to meet with the disarmament U. S. GO'l'rmnpnt"arns Farmers ored
drove's Tasteless chill Tonic restores I'OHU committee of the league of nations About Disease Caused by Rat trade-names: McCormick, Deering, International,

Energy and Vitality by Purifying / and Senator Hitchcock, ranking: They carry bubonic plague! fatal to P. & 0., and Chattanooga..

Enriching the Blood. When you feel Us !Mrs Ittiwen Tells How Rat Almost democrat on the committee, will nak to human beings. They ,carry foot and ,

strengthening Invigorating effect,see howIt Burned Ilor house Down have S.notol'Vnlllh appear before mouth disease, which is fatal to stock. .

brings color to the cheeks and how "For two months I never went in the committee Democrats are disposed They kill chickens, eat grain, cause What does this mean to You' as a Farmer r

It improves the appetite, you will then our cellar, fearing a rat. One night in to favor Senator Walsh's plan but destruction of property. If you have
+ appreciate Its true tonic value. bed I smelled fire. Sure enough the have not indicated hostility to that rats RAT SNAP will ,kill them. Cremates <
of Senator Borah. Open hearings by rats after killing them-leaves I
rut had boon nibbling: at the matches
simply Iron and Quinine suspended In syrup. So If I hadn't acted promptly my house the committee are not contemplatedand 'i no smell. Comes in cakes, ready for It means, first of all, that It means, also, that you 1
early action is use 3 sizes, 35c, f.r c, $1.25. Sold and can buy farm operdon't have
} ', pleasant even children like It. The blood would have been burned. Later we expected. you to go to the 1
needs QUININE to Purify It and IRON to found the dead rat. RAT SNAP killedit. Emergency: immigration legislation guaranteed by D. C. Jones, Starke. ating equipment of ser- bother and of i

Enrich it. Destroys Malarial genus and It's great stuff. 3 sizes, 35e, 65c! Is to be taken up tomorrow by the senate Habitual Constipation curedIn ; expense
Grip germs by Its Strengthening, Invigorating 125.::! Sold and guaranteed by I). C, immigration committee which will 14 to :21 Days vice-proved quality and trying ty get repair ser- '

] rffoct 75o:; Jones, Starke.-Adv.UlrHH begin its hearings on the house bill -LAX-FOS WITH PEPSN" Is a specially. efficiency for every farm vice from half a dozen or

-- ---- to prohibit virtually all Immigrationfor prepared SyrupTonio-Laxasiveforhabitual purpose from one con. more different

.......; ... III II +++++++++ *! I I I MMUt H I III IMi- son,ten chairman months of Representative the house immigration John-- Constipation.should be taken' It regularly relieves! for promptly 14 to 21 daysto but cern-US. It means that ies Andyou won't compan-be

committee, is expected to be first Induce regular action. It Stimulates and you won't be taking a taking chances on
witness, and Representative Siegel, Regulates Very Pleasant to Take 60c: chance expen.
Seed Potatoes are other"opponents of the bill who per bottle. on experiments mive delays waiting for {\

also will be heard at an early date. .' or implements that might repairs during your busy "

I t SPAULDINGS No. 4 ROSE IRISH COBBLERS The committee has a long: list of wit ASPIRINName be "orphaned" one or season, because we are

EARLY RED TRIUMPHWe nesses, but plans to complete hear two after
BLISS years buy going
a you to carry a big
ings within a week or ten days. It '
are fortunate In our contracts which make it possible !! has pending several bills to establish them on account of the stock of repairs on hand,

to quote lowest market prices. It will pay you to percentage reduction in immigrationas "Bayer" on Genuine manufacturer going out and any extras that we

L get our Prices before buying, and our Quality before a. substitute for complete prohibition of business, because the might not have in stock
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planting Our Seed Potatoes are the highest quality v
Final action on the bill to revive the Harvester Company i Is at any time can be se-
Maine Grown !selected especially for seed. a
war finance corporation designed to too well established for cured in
' Send for Free Catalogue and Seed Special, giving aid agricultural Intl'rest" is expected I its a hurry by phone

Revised' Prices on new crop Seed Deans Peas, Red Seal this week. The bill now is before' permanency even to call to the International

'; Tomato Cucumber Seed, Pepper. Etc. We carry all the President. Wilson and if vetoed an effort I questioned. Harvester branch house

,i leading and standard varieties of Seed that han been is planned to pass the'measure I

tested and known to be adapted to our soil and climate. despite executive disapproval. Advocates -

r Seed Oats Rye, Vetch. Rape Etc. The planting season! i of the bill claim to have the necessary

is near at hand. Our information service is free. Cull senate and two-thirds house. majority in both Tack this advertisement upjn your machinery shed

.' 1'1 on us for any Information on your crops you might Another spirited senate struggle; 'Dayur'Bewarei I Unlf1118 you see be name at a reminder when in need of International

.. think we can supply. net for Monday, Jan. ipth, is brewing are not on f1ttin6I'I'Duine! package\ or on Aspirin tablet. you repairs or machines;
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OLDEST & LARGEST SEED HOUSE IN FLORIDA by phytli\'la.ne for t\\00tY"1II8 prescribed
:M'., No Worms In a Healthy ChildAll years and pnived safe by million. Take t

children troubled with Worm have ta unhealthy .bpirlll only as told 111I the Bayer
E. A. Martin Seed Co. color,which Indicate poor blood aud... for Guide" lloadaehe, Neuralgia, Hbeulll6tillm. package- DeWITT C. JONESSTARKE
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rule, chore U more or lees stomach disturbance.CKOVl Earache Tuotbacbe, Ll1IUbago and
.. 202-206 E. Hay Street Jacksonville Florida." '8 TASTELESS CHILL TONIC given re..ularly for Pain 1IUldy tin boxes of twelve Bayer
for two or three week will enrkh the blued Tablet. of Aspirin
: HY-TEST SEEDS INSURE GOOD CROPS Imp..lh.dll\eMtluu.aud act..a.HoDeralStrennthmiluil j\'l, also a..u larger cost few a'nta.. Iruieta FLORIDA
Tank to the whole sy.tem. Nature will then N the trade l'ackBgt1B. Asps
throw ofT or dispel, the worms,aDd theOhlld will be mark of 13ayor Manufacture,
}l ll}}HI}}}IH+++++++41fftNhF#.++++f#M+MI IM+f+ lu per<..."health. Pleasant to take. 75c per boule. of l\foo--tlca.cidPlrter of Sa.licyUoaclt1.

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FRIDAY. JAXIUUV 7. 1921.!
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA
PACK; SEVEN
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FORMER SERVICE MAN TO N. II. Stokes was among the visitors businets visitors to Sampson. City on \\'. M. Hodges of Starke1, was in come brfore thrm.

to Lake Butler last Week. l rlda)'. our bjirg Wednesday. A, A. FtTTCH. p -
'
Mils Vera Osteen, of Providence, Fate Prevatt and wife spent the Plinney Crews was a visitor to the 12-81-21 ashier.

BE IN I STARKE ON MONDAY spent several days of last week with week-end with her parents at aR1p- county seat' Thursday. 8TATFMFVT: OF NFHSfllP.. "-... 'C&MI'lT. -

Miss Pearl Brown son City. Marion Moody was II business via- !: : F1C.. Rr:'|l'IKfll IIV ACT tF
Lee Dukes and daughter. Misses Our small jypwn 'feels the loss of itor to Starke Monday. ('OM.KrHrl: ot' Al C. 14. 1VII.
Of .
LAWTEY Berta and Mabel of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Berry and little G. W. Sapp was a business visitor wrvkly nraitfmf a* stark County, Florida T..I'h.for Ortoker pulillebril 1..

spent several days of last week with daughters Thelma and Dot who have to Lake Butler Wednesday. JCSO. '

Lawtey, Jan. 7. -Kev. J. J. Tread Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Dukes. Jr. moved to Tampa. We will miss them Mr. and Mrs. Marion Moody, of State tlpfore. of me Florida.a Notary County 1'ulillc.of In tlradford and fur, ..the. .-- -' -

well preached at Grace : in all of our entertainment and truly New River have moved out on their Slat and cnunty aforvenld. iH-ronally appear..
Methodin
(church We'dne..ay'ning., holding TELEGRAPH'S HONOR KOLL hope they will miss our community farm near here. nR.sworn. according-8. Malthewe.,..who.... dM.having...* And torn any duly that I I --

fourth quarterly conference Immed enough to return. Thomas Turner of SUrke/ has been he. In the owner of the, Bradford County Trie.vriii'li. .

lately after services :Names of Those Who Paid ,Subscription Erviq Dyal spent Tuesday in Hamp spending a while with his grandparents of hi., . knoaU'dtre and that the and fiillowlnv 1..1I..r. a true"a. to" the."'m.nt OreS .) -

J. E. Brown was a business visitor During DecemberMrs. ton. Mr. and Mrs. W., T. Turner of theiwnprehlp.. manairemcnt. of the afore,

to Jacksonville the first part of the Avery and Truliy Dyal left Sunday Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Crews returned aid I'nt.ll.hrr.publication.K. 8.for Mat the I hewn.ilnto ahtiwn Stark-.above Ma. ,

week for South Florida. to their home in Gainesville) after .,101"'. E. 8. M.It........ Plarke.. Fla. \
I Davis Cason Henry Summers .
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I Ituoln.m.n..""'., K. 8. Mutthrwa. Slarke.
The many friends in Lawtey of Mr H. J. Cribbs, S. A. Bryan A. L. GrC'en. Math Wasdin and sister Mrs. Dixon spending the holidays with relativesand Flu.

I and Mrs. T S. Stark are congratuletIIIR B. E. Kelly, E. C. Williams, Mrs. B. left Thursday for Micanopy.Wesley friends. That,th. owners are I 'I
K H ,
Matthew. a .1.) owner, Otarke. Fla.
them on the arrival of a son Dec. C. Butler.1.! V. Danford. Oliver Dyal returned to his homein That the known bondhuldrn, mortvaireeaand

24th at their home in Gainesville. Jones W. R. Williams. G. M. Sir runk, Largo( Thursday.Mr. KAiroKD othor aecurlty holder are

I 1 :Miss Claudia Terry visited; relatives J. S. Griner R. D. Bower J. M. Tru. and Mrs. Avery Dyal Truby None. 1':. 8.' MATTHEWS.

., in Starke last week. by Geo. E. Andreu C. L. Moitt Her L Dyaland..._ n.Mrs.. Gladys, .. Strickland. werein _. Raiford. Jan. VMr. urwlf.. *. V. u..Sworn....._.._ ._... tn"'_anil__..,_nuhnrrllied_, .'Mn......, before. mo tile '..<
Mrs. R. I D. Bennett and children srhell Crosby J. G. Crews, M. M. "/.in aaiuraay: at me cane grindingat T. Ritc'hn and 1 family- were visitors to 'n' "" CEO. c. wmmNotary I;

spent several! days last week at the Crosby, P. E. Johnson Mrs. Emily D. the home of Perry Ncwsom. the (county seat Wednesday.Bessiw C8..n Pukllo.
tt,. Mrs. Bert Stokes My .mml..l..n explrva Jan. 34. 192S.OKPrH .
home of her parents on Black Creek Sayles M. A. Tillis, James Hornsby, and children left ,
E. E. Burney motored to Live Oak J. S. Norman J. P. Peeples, B. E. Friday for their home at Natal. Kennedy of Lake Butler -
was visiting friends FOR rmUOATIONIn I
first of the week where his family Drown, L. V. Mann G. C. Lee Mrs. The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Wen- day. over here Tues Circuit Court. Btale of Florida. Eighth '". .

I had been spending Christmas. Iva Sprinkle, Win. Varnes", Miss! Estelle ley Dyal was laid to rest in Mt. Sinai Judicial (Circuit Bradford County. In .chan .
They Everett I;. Tyson of Plant i Is
City eerv.LitMIra
cemetery Wednesday The little fellow '
Lar.ier H. Louis Wil- -
I returned home Wednesday by the D. May the guest of his mother Mr. Weed Oraliam. I ;:,
was nick for three weeks. E. J.
lie
I nniiie route and report they only got\ kerson J. W. Prevatt U. S). Miner wa Tyson. Complainant. I ,.: o

I stuck in the mud a few times. A. B. Surrency J. E. demons, L. II. three years of ape and leaves .host of Miss Pc'rla'hittl'n left Willie Henry V. Graham I '/
1 Eastman, Miss Louise Snyder, R. B. relatives and friends to mourn his Monday Defendant. I
Henry 144
Bennett of Jacksonville, wits Warren Wm. H.- Struth II. L. Stevenson death. morning for St. AUll'uRtine111'0 she It appearing. by affidavit appended to Ida
the week-end guest of relatives. His Lewis !left is attending .ehol. hill filed In the aliove-etated cause, that WII.
Byrd
Monday for his
daughters Misses H. J. Leverett Susie Dell, D. '" lie Henry Graham: the defendant therein nam.ed ,'
Carrie Belle and W. Alvarez, J. R. Merritt August! home Winter Garden. Sadie Simmons and Wilma Andrews I. a ,nonreaidi of the state of Florida. ,
Elnora-, returned home with him. and hlsi, residence. I. unknown, and I. the
Blox Parrish was here Sunday. were visitors to Lake Butler Friday. over
Stern
Mrs. C. A. Mixon Mrs. H. M. .
Mrs. James age of twenty-one years t It Is therefore ordered -
Rafune of Starke spent 11111 P. A. Williams, W. I. Waterm Mrs. L. R. Byrd and sons, Guy and Jessie Mae IIlIi llrn. of Starke, was that said non-resident) defendant lie and

relatives.several days here last week" visiting C. A. Boyd P. A. Johanson, J. 11[. Theron, will remain for a short while visiting relatives and friends over Is. hereby required nled In said to appear cause to on the or lilll before ofm.mitetnt '

"BATTALION OP DEATH" Mitchell. J. S. Starling E. L. Wilson with her parents.Marvn here during the week Monday the 7th day of March. A. D. 11)21. 14

LEI II'A CHICAGOAN Miss Bessie McCormick of Gaines. W. E. Davis Wilson Bryan E. L. : ), Ogden anti, sinters( Mattie Anna Mae and Margaret Andersonreturned I vtherwlie the allegations of said bill will betaken .
ville the aa confessed t> aadl defendant. '4
y
her was a visitor lit home of topers, J. S. Andrews, Mrs. S. J. Kelly and Minnie, ,motored to Hampton Sat. home Monday night after It I. further ordered that thIs order haiutilished

Dan !Morgan Smith Promoted, to Lieut. uncle A. A. Smith ]last week. Mrs. Zelma Baker Rev. J. C. Diggs: urday afternoon. visiting in Georgia | once a week for eight consecutive -
.
Edward Edwards weeks In the Ilradford County Telegraph a
Colonel; Modest Over Ads visited relatives of Gainesville J. W. White, Truby O. Dyal J.. W J. I. Ogden was a business visitor to I Rosa Thompson, of Macclenny wan newspaper published' In said county! and ."' ...
in .
Lawtey several Sampson City Monday. This December. 211/. 1MO. '#
7aldwell, J. F. Canova Enoch Grifili, the guest of Mrs. E. J. Tyson during
days last week.J. W. T. WEEKS
Will Lecture .Monday Etrniitfr, 7:30: E. B. Bielling:, J. Fletcher. Poulsen, T. John Starling:: was a visitor over to the week. (ISral I Clerk Circuit) Court"
II. Moore was transacting busl- C. Hazen. Miss Leacy Harris, G.' C. Sampson City Sunday. Mrs. Tyson Ritch returned to her By. C. A. KNIGHT .
Church '
at Baptist ; Union Sen ice; nes tin Jacksonville first of 'the week. Livingston! L. C. Powell Mrs. R. E. 4> home Deputy Clerk.:
Monday morning in St. Augustine -I I). R. KNIGHT. _
With the Anti-Saloon League R. H. Smith of Jacksonville was Gahagan. Wm. H. Rnclney. II. G. Ma- HIGHLANDHighland. after visiting' friends. . ._, and. r. ..I.l. .. Dolleltor for Complainant 13l10t.B IP
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shaking hands with his many friends I son. J. R. Davis H. II. Lewis, D. W. tivcs l here. 1I

,Thousands of Chicagoans remember here Saturday and Sunday. lie wasa Moore, Perry Dover Dr. L. L. Lamb Jan. 7.-Mrs. II. C. Wimberly Edwin Goethe, of South Carilina.'all NOTICEIn :
County' Judge' Cort: Ilradford County.Florida. 'i
dapper Dan Morgan Smith, his debonair resident of Lawtey for many years. H. D. Wasdin Geo. A. Gardiner, J. Miss Winifred Wimbprly andB. \\ In town Thursday afternoon '

manner his slouch hat, his bow His granddaughter Miss Selma Smith D. Smith R. S. Humphrey. Dr. G. W. II. Ricks were visitors to Jacksonville Horace Jacobs returned to his home In rot Administration of Relate of O. A '

tie and his black frock coat Not accompanied him and while here they Brown, Drew Reddish Mrs. Cleono Friday, in South Carolina, after ... .I..itinptn.; Mlxon Deceaaed. CITATION v.

many years ago hel' was an assistant were guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Dowling, JIll'!!. R. N. Bowling W. S. Miss Etta Carter left Friday for J. C. Jones. Ilen corporation counsel of Chicago under Blanthard.- her home in Green Cove Springs aftera to Anna Micro Htarke rlorlda (widow of C. ':t
Croft, J. J. Morgan P. A. Crosby W. Ossie Forsyth ot'JIIC'ksolville., is A. Mlxonl | Lugenla) Kyme. Fort IVnaud f!
James Hamilton Lewis. Then he became George and Willie McCulley and 10. Brooks Mrs. S. F. Hnmrick, T. C. visit here with friends and relatives.! visiting Mildred Kickliter here. Florida tdaughter of di<........) I Theo l. ie.Vlncinla .

a special prosecutor and federal I David Durbun of Jacksonville, motor.ed loundtrce, A. O. Strickland, Mrs. E. Carter and Mrs. S. Mose Avery Tyson of Jacksonville Is the Avenue, Tampa. Florida, (daughter
of dwaned) Wm. Itryan and K. A. Kcott.each f'a'
attorney. Finally" dropping out of legal to Lawtey and spent Sunday with Emily Abbott J. C. Keene R. T.Mrs'j hey were shopping in Starke Friday. guest of his mother, Mrs. Dora Tyson. of Htarke.t Florida (claiming poe.eanlonof ,

I circles he was next heard of ontheMexican relatives.A. teen M. P. Mathcny L. B. Miss Eldrcdge Reddish left Monday -. ._ land of decead In tltarhe, Ilradfordcounty. ',1.."*

border where he was a A. Smith was a business visitor S. Howard M. A. Dukes R. W. Me- for a few days' visit with friends in I ...Florid.being' ) all i and of to the each partlea of them having..ev.erally or ,

300 pound lieutenant in the 7th Illinois to Jacksonville Saturday and Sunday. x'od; C. Sullivan Mrs. Annie E. Jacksonville Matrimony."The claiming any poem>wilon, right), .'title) or Inter 1\\
national guard regiment.On Alonzo Starling visitor B. II. Rirks returned to his home at eat In or to the land hereinafter dtwerlbed or t 1.1,
was a to Ward G. W. Roberts, W. N. Mur- Mid..." II. O. Runner's charming any part thereof that Anna Mixon a. edmlnlMratrlx '.i\\
Tuesday while I was eating a Jacksonville Friday and Saturday.J. augh, Mrs. Mary McCully F. M. Ft. Lauderdale Sunday after spend- romance of New York life, was of the ..,.h. of the laid C. A. ';rl

meal from a mess tin in a muddy village D. Eaton of Jacksonville spent Norman, C. A. Roberts II. C. Peeples.L. Ing the holidays here with relatives. dashed off In a IIOUHO, In Seventeenth liettlinn Mlxon, ileceaiieil In writing.h..duly tiled'. .verified In this under court oath her P-

near the front an officer acquain- Suminy near Lawtey.The C. Hodges, S. W. Dubose J. B. Misses Maggie Crews und Martha street la order to provide Its author .. provided by law and therein and thereby

tance stepped-up and said: I Lawtey school resumed its term Sapp, Mrs. J. H. Moore, J. II. Ritch, Wilkinson and Messrs, Wesley Wilkinson !. with funds "to net iiiiirritxl ." .." .pray. that an arid ordi-r be mado, by' thla oourtmHiwerlng .
her said ad.niliiiittrat
"We have a major in our regimentwho :Monday. All of the out of town members F. F. Stump T. II. Rimes S. M. Drip: and M. L. Crews were visitors rtx* I.. take authorising poeeeMlon of certain mm real.

comes from Chicago. You oughtto I of the faculty had returned from gers L. W. Kickliter, W. It!. Edwards to Starke Thursday. eet.te .. A...... of saId estate for the purposa.
their homes after the holi Miss Ruth Parker and J. T Marr (I.F-RK'II REPORT ..r .filing, the ..n,.. to pay. the diliU, of ..aiddiHiedent
meet him. He is a corker. lie Is spending Lieut S. U.Ward, T. Ii. Browning Htarke, Ma., Jsn. 1. 1021. which aald real estate in said pe-
not afraid of anything! and we call his days. rlrs. A'. L. von Kim Mack Addison made a trip to Lawtey Monday.Mrs. Inn,- : of the Clerk' of the Circuit; Court tit 10m la ilraorlbcd. .. follows

battalion the 'battalion of death.' Hubbard Biggs of Lake county F. N. Andrews E. L. Crosby J. G. Hardy Padgett and children count and of for taxes Itradford assessed Omnty.for Silo Florida year 1020.I !on, ae Lot<.. numlier In llltick Two Three and In North Davis half A Truhy'aadilltlon of I. .tThr

Found Snoring in :Shack; spent several days last week and this Boyd H, N. Hodges, J. F. Bennett returned Sunday from! Jacksonville I 1'':. W. lIAYS:: ) to the Town of Starke, ..Iorld.... agfiliown

We started out to find the major at the home of his parents Mr. andl1t.s. Jim Andrews A. II. Johns J. H. Kely where they have been visiting; relatives To Bradford. Tax Collector by' the map or plat of .said sub-dlvU.. .
Countsounl- Inn recorded In the public record. ), of aald)
who is now a lieutenant-colonel and : W. II. Biggs. A. Hercules, S. L. Prescott J. W for several days. They were accompanied (' Proper lli-mlr.ir.1 (.Minlv. t'l"rd.: whlnh lanilil are.Hunted '

who had returned from the trenches a Addison, J. B. Brown Henry B. Brown home by Mr. Jones Mrs. D.... 1, to 1..1 l due ________________..114114.HOHy In Htarke, llradford. ounly Florida.
Padgett's father. anit collected ___.____ __ ( 43S7 It I. further represented' In said petition
few hours earlier: We found him snoring MILLER Walter Green L. J. Wynn S. J. Pres. ------- that the iiersonal. property .belonging. to aaldestate

on the floor of a hoijse-the only cott, Mrs. Eva King, Mrs. C. G.' Wil. -. Jan 1, to tat due ---------__________.9761.19 Is In.ulll."t to pay the ttuti-htoilmwii -
one visible in the village. Even his Miller, Jan. 7.-The anniversary of der Mrs. N. B. Hull, Rev. F. B. Johns LONG BKIDGH Fin. and Forfeiture of said relate and that It I. necesusry to sell
n..... __ said realostate In order to said Indebted
I. to lml duo _____________.1(100.7S pay'
wife would have been unable to recog- the birth of Christ was observed with Jo5. E. Wilson S. S. Dowling, James Hy amt collected JE78.DP nee.. ', ,
-.n.n .
nize'the dapper Smith of former years suitable. exercises Friday night at the heparj R. A. Green T. P. Ward J. Long Bridge Jan. 7.-Henry Andrews Now, therefore all and each of you "...-
Jan I, to hal due . .....__________Ifi2fl85 Inbefore named and all other iiemins Interested .
of Johnstown --
Free Will church. The J Colson Mrs A. Stein. was in burg
His yellow mustache was thick and Baptist program E. Adkins, J. our : : County Hold and llrldge In the said lands or any. part thereof

drooping and a week old stubble covered consisted of essays plays and cker, W. C. Kerce Mrs. L. C. Futch Thursday.*. 1>.," ,1, to 1.1 duo _____-.________._IlseilH.Ht) ( hereby are enmmamlod to appear .before the

his face. Ills khaki uniform dialogues and closed with a Xmas N. C. Mott, M. J. McRae G. W. Carlyle Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Turner and Hy amt collected ,._----______?_____'2191.16 uriderwlKni'd In office, of llradford County Judge County. or', Florida his successor at the ?

soiled and worn torn and ripped hung T. A.Andrews. Col. J. C. Poppell children have returned to their home Jan. 1. to 1 i.al dull ..___...__, .____..13014.50 courthuuiio, In Htnrke, llradrord County, f'lor-
tree.Mr.. and Mrs. S. F. Coker of Jacksonville Dr. A. Hi Freeman J. M. Conner, S. in Gainesville after a short visit( here ,WldoaVPenslun Fund 101.. at 10 o'clock.. a. m., on the Sod day ofFebruary. 4
loosely on his muscular figure, now with Dec. 1, to lml due ...._______-__"._._.11100711 ,. A. l>. 1V21 to show a...... If any
weighing not more than 18ft/ pounds. spent Saturday and Sunday B. Cason, Miss Ida Warren Mrs., M. relatives. Hy) amt collected,. .________....___._._. 278.DO of you or either of you. have, why the said
,, "My name is Smith-Dan Morgan with relatives of this community. A. Baisdor L. A. Kahr II. O. Brown Mrs! Era Roberts and son, Roy Jr., ,,,'llIlnn should not be granted. eWliree
Jan. 1. to bal due .....S ..... the Honorable < A. Gardiner,
.Iflje.RICounty *en.
Smith-and I am glad to Bee anybody Mist Rubye FarrUh, who is teaching L. C. Futch G. .W. Spires, Mrs. An- ore spending a while with her grandparents -; ReheolFVo. : -- County Judge of Ilradford (County rlorlda,

from Chicago" boomed his heavy school at Sevrtle, returned home /otie Sternburg i. V. Moore, Mrs. L. Mr, and Mr.. B. J. Siipp. 1. to isl duo .._._____.._?___.HSOI500By under the seal of said court. this December.

voice, which! had the same drawl as Friday to spend the holidays with her A. Ellington L. W. Sowell J. M. Maxwell P. B. Crews of this section was in amt collected -----___.______.___.0477.11(1Jan. ( I Jlllh, 11)20 at Htarke. Florida.liKO.. A. (JARDINER..

of old. "I have lost all my clothes parentMr.! and Mrs. J. W. Parrish. J. L. Chancey S. V* Williamson Lake Butler Saturday.Mr. 1, to bal due ----.--_-__?..___H26H7.10 County' Judge for Hradford County, KlnrUla.Official 4.
I I Mrs. John Mott, of Lake Butler J. F. Gay Mrs V. E. Snpp J. S. and Mrs. J. W, !A'will. of Brooker County Poll. ( Heal)) 1'451'5I.125NIJIK
these. first chance
It is the
except ..
n. _
I. to l 10.1 due __________,.."......1187,00
have had to Bleep in ninety hours, but spent the week-end with her parents, Brown R. R. Prevatt Mrs. E. K. Ferryman -: were guests of her sister Mrs. H. 'Hy amt anllvotvd _____________..-...- 61.00 OF HTO('hllOI.M.KS: MEKTINC!:

that is all a part of the game." I Mr. and Mrs. Roland Thomas.Mr. E. W. Rosier. D. B. Warren, i O. Rivers, of this place Tuesday. : Nutlre la herehy given that, the regularannunl
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Jan. 1. to bald ._. __
----- ---- linn (0 ,. f the
Mr. and \ mining of Ii atockhnldrra f>
Mrs. Jake
of Johns of Starke
When I suggested that he describe and Mrs.! Henry DC'nnett. S. F. Morgan, Roy L-angford, A. C. 'I Toed Bob Hrhool In Its
Borne of the thrilling experienceswhich I Bland, spent Saturday with !Mr. nnd} ling, Mrs J. J. Cone, H. S. Norman spent part of last week with their Doe. I. to bal due ___________.__._.10441,43Ur banking lr.ott..rd rooms County In Starke Rank will Florida ba on held Tuesday,
amt eolloetod .___ ..____.
have made him famous in the !Mrs. J. S. Brown. Mrs. Bcdia B. Croft Mrs. H, W. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. 11. O. Rivers. ------- .14H7.SH Janunry II. 11121. at 7 .lllo\ p. m.. to elect aboard

army, he said: Miss Kate Epperson of Lake Butler ford, N. A. Conner B. G. Mott Hai-1 . Jan. 1, to bal due ___..._._____------_00t.74! of surh directors.other. for business the ensuing as may year properly' aniltrannsrt 'p 4

"Nothing doing. I think I am proud. was the week-end guest of Miss utch, G. C. Cady E. B. Shlpman George Rivers was a visitor to the H,.. 1. to bal Hub due School-______Honda__________...fllllt\ .HOMy come before thorn
est of this." Carrie Belle Brown. Irs. B. II. Damon, C. A. Futch, C. county seat Friday. amt oted ____.____________.._ 700.4S l.-Bl-2t. J. II. HITCH JR.Cashier..
several daysof A. M. Blanchard. Mrs. A. J. B. F. Renfroe Is on the sick'lint at I _ SarvKum.DKRN
He produced from a greasy pocket- H. G. Crawford spent R. Neal Jan. 1, to bal duo _____.__...______...T215.B8 --- -
book an official paper. It was an or- last week at Winter Haven. Andel'll. G. II. Bennett J. W. AndrewsSr. this writing. W. T. WFIEKH: : annual. meeting:of the MtKTINQThe stockholder: of

der citing the major for bravery at Misses Rubye and Virgie Thomaswere .. J. E. Conway F. O. [Peterson J. H. O. Rivera was a visitor to Lake (8 .l I Oerk. Cln-ult Court. the Lake lluller Hank. Lake hulk". Pla.. will

Faye-en-Haye advancing him to the in this section Friday nighf.; W. Andrews Jr., Mrs. J. W. Hull, II. Butler last week. <- ) Ily C. A. Dopuly KNIGHT$ ClerU.FINANCIAL : I"MI held, In the banking, roam ..J said Instltil- '

rank of lieutenant, colonel and direct- j E. W. Hayes of Starke, was in thjs S. Roebuck, T. II. Waters, S. E. Johnson Several mad dogs were killed in tIn for the Wednesilsy pU.I..... of January elating 111.a board lull, ,of I :ISO director a. m.

him turn to the United States community last week Paul E. Canova, E. E...Canova, E. this section last week. 8TATFMKNT: OF COUNTY and other officers for the ensuing year, and
ing to
rt '
and bring ocrmore fighting Ameri i i Isham Brown of Bland spent theI I). Card E. N. Alexander Mrs. A. M. Prayer meeting was held at the Monthly financial FUN tati.ment us of Bradford come in transact before the any meeting.other business that, might

I holidays with his sons.' B. E., J. S. Pettit, O. T. Nelson J. glow J.. J. home of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Crews County, fur the month or lim-mlicr, I MO.. JNO. U SMITH.Cashier..
I W A. Colley Mrs. G. W. Saturday night and a large crowd attended General Fund .
cans.Went Rigdon ,
to Texas Training Camp"I and J. L Brown. llalance Poo. 1, 11120 _...__._._ ...4114* fKmvlnte ,
he said. "When : Mr. and Mrs. Lou I Russell spent Friday Wainwright J. F-. Griffls Mrs. E. R. dunn month .- --_ lunn 17
got that myself, i with Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Brown. Marshburn Mrs. S. M. Morrell M. A. Nona BI'own. of Sampson City was Warrants ,....... _______.n_ ...K.1IIN.IIO NOTICE OF CUAKOIAN liArs \ '
this war started I went to' a, training I llalance) Jan 1. mi __ ____, ,__..4JS7.HI Thirty days after date hereof I. the under 4'I
"My Mrs. N. II. Stokes and Miss Grettis Weeks J. W. Padgett J. M. Alvarez in our burg Saturday and] Sunday., Fine and Forfeiture- Fund signed ftuardlan for Myrtle Green, Collie-

camp in Texas and just said I Thomas made a business trip to F. F. Flume. Howard Thomas of New River was Ilalanre [J.... 1. 1H20 .-_.-_ n ,___.2420711 (In.cn Eve: (Oreen F.ffle Green, Curtis) flreen
name is Smith and won a commissionon In !t..h'ta tlurlnn month _, ____ __ 4ftft.7. and__.Anna__ Hell Cireen.. _,minor,, _.._,_heir._ .of. H __K.orahle ''
,., Snrcr finrnrHav.
- nor u. .
merit." I Worthington Springs Saturday.Carl -- -- Warrant lieuml. ______._ .-.. _____. "22.'" ." _..... ..h.... .-u....r.._.... _.., _...... .n. u nu...
Frown! and Earle Peeples after GRAHAM Gerald Adkins has left for South llalance Jan. 1, 1021 ______.__.___.._211fi4!) 67 County; Judge of Hradfiird County, k
IIe is a modest man said a cap Hoed Fund / rliirlda. fur an order to cell at private pate '
Florida where he has employment.Mrs. .
tain. who happened to be nearby and spending their vacation with home Hailing r><... 1. JIliM _. _.??_.__. 1BH77Iti a ona-ftfty.fourth undivided: Interest: : each nf' .
following folks have returned to Atlanta Ga., Graham Jan. 7.-Dock Hilliard and IV W. Kelly) and daughter ..vlpU during month _____________- S.R4 I said minors In the following described. landasituate
who'stepped up and told me the their studies ctt Tech. Marine O d'n were visitors to Hampton Marjorie of South Florida, returnedto WarranU iMiied n__ ._._ ._.____.____ and being. In Ilr.elr..rd County, rlorlda, .
; story: to resume Helen Jan. 1. 1921 ___._________._. 171.11 to-wltl .
beyond II. 'S. Miller made a business trip Tuesday.Tom their home, after's"veral we'eks'visit OutstandIng Fund tMt Twenty-four (24)) In flection Thirty
"When Smith led his battalion rtutler: Friday.one Wandin and family of Waldo, with her parents Mr. and Mrs. llalnnoe r>... 1. 1WO _. _.__.____.__ USR8 two (821.> and Kast: Half of lot Heventeen
the lines it was surrounded by ,I to Lake O. Wednes J. E. Adkins. lr eli>M durlnir month ___._._..__ 1171./ In rVetlim Thirty-ona (Bl), Township
Germans. fought for three I were guests of W Dyal Warrant. Indued ____............... Mve ((61)I. 8 Range Twenty-twn (221) East 4
The 'men showing how hot the spot Grafton Adkins left Sunday for the Italance Jan. 1. 1W21 --' 87 ..BaDrelnate according to map and plat of Woodlawn a.recorded .
reduced in number day, day.Mr. ..;.i.------- In office of clerk of the Circuit
and Court
days
were himself. He and Mrs. L. R. Byrd and little southern part of the state where he
before other elements I was in which, he found Dnlaneo Dre. 1. Ill 113 __.___ _. 120.K Hlarke, Bradford County. Florida.
n ? : .
from 1,220 to 325 killed four men himself which is some son, Theron, are back after spending will upend a while with his sinter, lf,>eolt>,. durinv month ___...._.___ Tills. tha, 17th day of Dvcemlier. 1020.
came up to their assistance. ,i, the holidays at Glen St. Mary Mrs. P. W. Kelly WarrantM Iwiued ___.________. W. K. ORKEN.:
record for a fighting; major. 13-17-BHJ-l. Guardian for Aforesaid
the' MlntvaNOTJE
that ilalanea' 120.90
They kept up such a fight i|I 'fe'llstor:; yof Brave Chaplain John McKinney and son;; Rue, of Pierce Crews was a business visitorto J.nw'da: .;.7.j.r.----- ,

Germans thought an entire regimentwaa Lake Butler .... _________._____.
what I was expected to Sampson City, were here Thursday. Monday. Ilalnnie J. 1. lUi(' IllS 011) OF APPLICATION TO HELL REAL
orders to I I I "That is ____ _________
there. The major gave Ifeeelpta durlnir month 27472Warranu ESTATE OF INFANTS
Ethan business -
Germans'' do" interrupted Smith. "But if you Isaac Ogden and E. J. Murrhce Sapp was attending to IMUed _..____u--..________ 04.00 llen-by. notlne .ur given that the undersigned
his men not to permit the real story of heroism get that were business visitors to Hampton on I In Lake Butler Monday. lIsten Jan. 1, 121 .__...________. 147.67 as guardian of the minors. 1':11.110:: Gclne.,.
to get close enough to discover their I want a who was there Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Dollar Sapp have January I. mi.Ilradford I. Msud flslney. Rrowsrd (lalney and r>.l. (lain.ey .

number unles sthey were prisoners.One of with the me.little One chaplain morning' he came up Dock Hilliard and family left last moved here from Watertown. fit.'. County.of Florida. l Ounty, will Judge make of application Hradford to County the .,Honorable Florida.

bunch of twenty-seven Germanswas asked if men were left Thursday for their new home in MI- Mr. and Mn. Roy Thomas have returned 1 hfrvby. eertlfy that the forerolnr ."'I.m.ntor at hi. office In Starke' Florida on the Bth
After surrendering : to me and any the ri.eeliita and dlftburnemf) of the day. of January, IR21. at 10 o'clock. .
captured. to their home in Bradpntown a. m.
ravine at the side fund of Hradford County for the. month ofImmnber. for
alive in the open ami.Miss authority tn aell certain real estate of
and seeing the small)) numbers of the I, woods which was under the en- Frances Murrh.e returned to after spending several month here ISIS/ In tru. and correct .
Americans they threw grenades, hop. I of the can't there and Tampa Thursday, after spending the with relatives and friends.C. b at of my knowlediie and belief. The Kast: Half of Southeast Quarter 8...
emy's fire. "You go W. T. WKFKd. alt 8outhwest Quarter of Northeast
ing to escape. None did. I 1 back I told him. holidays with her parents. F. Rivers and brother Bobbie (SEAL) Clerk Clrmilt) Court.Bradford and Northwest Quarter of Southeast. quarter Quar.t.r .

"The major lost four adjutants in |I get" think one is alive Truby Dyal and Joe Durchell wentto i of Lake Butler, was in our burg last County. and 1I..sth..t Quarter of Bee. BA except
any
,
I 'Do you ly C. A. KNinilT.Clerk. the following land In the acid Bnuthweet
there ?' he insisted. Hampton Saturday. Thursday. . Quarter of Hectlnn M. twwlti "..rtln..t
To Stop a Cough Quick i j 1 I reckon some are," I re- Mrs. Levy Prescott and children, Willie Williams, of Lake Butler, the center post of Section III and run West I
"Yes of Ziff were shopping in our burg on wan in this section Thursday. NOTICE: OF BTOCKHOI.nerlH: MEETING 1I0Q feel to a llghtr-ood. ,,,,.t (too mark for
HONEY. a
take HEALING the place of beginning) thence '
HAYES'
plil'd.' Nottae I. hereby irlven that the' regular an South IN de-
cough medicine which atop the cough by "The next I knew he came back carrying Saturday.Miss Anv>ng those who attended the cane nual meetina of the torkhulflur of -the Hank greeawest.. 1640( feet to a llghtwood pout (no
healing the inflamed and irritated tissues. !| on his shoulders Ethel Dyal of ZifT, Is spend grinding at B- F. Rtnfroe'B Saturday of Ntarke will: be held In iu hanking. rixMeM Initlerk. m..I.. ) which I. 400 feet cant of the onequarter -
a wounded man .. Florida, on Tunday. January 1R. 1921, lost" on the lIne dividing Bectlons 116 .
A' box of GROVE'S 0-FEN-TRATE He got a second man and thenwe ing a few days with her grandparents. afternoon wf're. Mrs. Pierce Crews, at 7 iSO p. m. to elect' board of director and 811. thence South 1120) feet to a light -
SALVE for Cheat Colds. Head Colds and to be outdone by a Blox ParrUh, of Sampson City was Mrs. S. C. Crews, Mrs. P. B. Crews for the. eneuina year and tranmuit ouch other wood post (no mark). thenra Heat 1640 feet
Croup enclosed with every bottle of fellow, not and daughter Cleo, Mrs. E. A. Sapp busIness .. may come .before themtiKO. I to a Ilirhlwood post (Cno mark), thence North
Is took chances dVid all were I here Saturday. : C WHITE. 1320 feet to the plane of beginning the
HAYES',HEALING HONEY. The salve sky pilot." Marvin Ogden and) sisters, Mattie Mrs. Era Roberts and little son, Ray l-7.it.! (;uhl... oeptlon eontaJnlng about 80 acres; ;more ex or*
should be rubbed on the chest: and throat heap: all In township 4
the South Rgnga It
and visited seat
counting the Minnie county:
Cold cr Croup.. TioutX'ol.' Smith is Jr.Mr. I Ea... -
of from
a -
children: suffering 10. he shall start for his homeat Friday. and Mrs. Malley Thomas and I NOTICE: OF HTOCKHOLI MKETINONotice Also the North Half of Northwest Qu... -
The healing effect Dr haYeS' Hnailn h..Uo..Ifof':_HOOCS'. days until lIisfath'rin.law Mrs. Dewey Strickland and daughter children of SUrke were in this sec I. hereby irlven that' the regular I... of Section I. In Township ( South llanga
.l (.......'. O-Peu-Traie Salve throuib his pone is Prof. :McKinney of Eunice of Gainesville are rlsit- tion Thursday.Mr. Hampton Bute Rank will be held In IU bank. log In Bradford County, Florida, and con.
the skin MOD MOP S omitto. Mm. Brady Thomas of Inic room. In Hampton.. Fla.. on Tuewiay, taming In the
sad the school.-By Jun- Ing her parents, Mr. and Mn. O. W. and aggregate 860 acre, more or
Both rmnedlM. are pec.kedla one cartoa the Englewood\ high here day January 11. 1921 at 'I p, .... to elect aboard leu.
oust of the combined treatment U Mo. Wood, with the American Army Dyal. Midway passed through one of director for the eneulnv year andIraneact NANCY E. CAINFY.
1 Just ask your druggist for HAYES'IUAuNG ius B. Oct. 24. Bob Surrency and Jack Padgett were last week enroute to SUrke. ouch other bualneM .. may properly' 12-IO-6t-l-7( Aa Uuardian of Said Minors.
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:'t I ed to Lake City Tuesday afternoon. Itor to Lake Butler Monday.B. WATERMILL virtu of a final decree of forectoaur made BANK STATEMENT
; Bradford( County Telegraph and rendered by Hon. B. A. Thrasher. Judge Report p' the condition of the Bradford
I
I Mr. and Mrs. Dock Roberts andchildren L. Duke was attending to business of th. Circuit Court -of Florida, in and Jor County Bank a tStarko, In the stat of Florida

'" _-.-'-- -. : =- -:: I of Worthington, motored to in Lake Butler Saturday and Watermill, Jan. 7- Rev.' Crosby, : of Bradford County, on the 6th day of January at the close of business nee. 31, 1920.
=== : := 1821 wherein J. '3'. Ro..... complainant' <
at waa Beaeurce .
'r 1'ubl1MhPd W :Vly, and entered .a ...c1' I Lake Butler Tuesday afternoon. Monday.Mr. Sampson filled his appointment and 3. S. Ki'lley L. 1(. Keller, W. N. Undaey. All dlaooutita ...... ___,,_._4..-..I'1..192.M
; -Mrs. Kelly of Bagdad is the guestof and Mrs. P. P. Dekle Norma Dedan Saturday. .' B J Keller, A C KeLP,.. H B. Bureh. Overdrafts ? ..<-... ___,__ {887.14
> ; ->,. J. J. Sterrieka .
and Ida J. Sterrieka, his wife
._
Stale bonds _
;:, Btarke. Florida.\ IJr. and Mrs. Seeber King delightfully Johnson, Ancil and Norman Parrish, spending a while here, returned to and F. R.II...,. are drfendavta I. A. BCrewa. School county warrant municipal t ,8S.108.81 tenant|

.1\ -==. r__ -- -.: : -". =.; -= entertained a few of their I J. N. Gainey, Dennis Argo Mr. and her home in StaT-ke Tuesday. Special. Mauler in Chancery, have .-. War aavfnira ataman"---rr-: _; _.L -_-_-*t*_-."._-_- 160.00I

rjLMtTFUEWS. Editor and Owner j I friends Friday evening Dec 81st, at Mrs. D. Harris and Ion attended the I I W. W. Brown was transacting business led uatvd upoa in Bradford the flowing county described Florida land towltlSouthweat '-I atankinv Other real house estate, furniture*___.___,..fixtures.__..T-..._T__ 19.000.00 8.769,80

t!: a watch party. A New Year's contest cane grinding at the home of D. I. in Starke Thursday.Miss Quarter of Northcant Quarter,.. ?> Incorporated banka w...* 07.00067
left Mondayfor Northwest Quarter of Southeast Quarter 1! (h'n:: exchanges for clearing : 2.673,5Csah :
I was used and victrola music was Blume Friday evening. Bertie Thomas '
.Ii: North Half of Northeast Quarter of South.
When you pour water into a vessel I enjoyed throughout the evening. Social Mrs. P. P. Dekle was the 'I Crescent View, where she will east Quarter I South half of Northeast Quarter on band ---....-4.--- 12.S17.68'Tobf

1;: the bottom fills first and the top last. I I conversation was indulged in and Mrs. B. L. Duke Saturday. teach school for the next four months.Mr. "W Southeast Quarter. Southwest Quarterof .I _*_>..-__..__ ,.....188.Pl0.10
Northwest of
Quarter
Quarter Northwest
bv the :
: Settlers are pouring In Florida later delicious refreshments of cake, Mesdames Wesley Andrews and Jesse and Mrs. J. II. Brown were Southwest Quarter all In Section 28, Towrt- ('Capital .took paid UablUtla In .._____._..; 26,000011
I thousands! and are filling South 1'10r-1| nuta and cordial were served. After Dowling were guests of Mrs. B.. L. shopping in Brooker F"iday after hlp '8. South Range Twenty E.." and will I Surplus fund __._-..--__...__. 18,00000
I ida ,first. There is no hope for North aell the same before the court houM door In Undivided profit (less expe.and
II watching the old year go and welcoming Duke Friday. Stark-- Bradford County .-Florida" between taxes paid) ._ _._. 14.11
full.-
Florida until South Florida is I the new year the party bid their Claude Dowling spent Friday with noon.Miss Viola Thomas and chjldren attended the leital hours of wile on Monday the 7th ,|I DMdends r.II; =:::---:--_.:::. (.800.00
";, Eustis Lake Region. For once a hospitable friends good night, after his cousin Dana Duke.J. church at Dedan Saturday.Mr day of February, A D. 1921 to aatbfy and :inay I Individusl deposit. subject to .h..kl 6.707.70
said final decree. fee and _la. Said
insist that Certified checks ,, 49.45Cashier's
South Florida man does" not expressing themselves as having en- II. Gillispie, who has been the .and Mrs. Crotby, of Sampson, property to be Bold aa the. property of the cheeks. outstanding----- -- -.-.-.- ,'781.18

;; his section is "on top. I joyed the occasion. Those presentwere guest of Mr. and Mrs. Duke, Jr., several spent Sunday with Mr. and ,Mrs.,W. abov named. defendant Term.A. S. CREWS Canh. Savings deuiMita ._._____._._-_-226.797.

<'- Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Mann, Dr. days, left Saturday for his homein R.: Hodges.A. l-7-Bt-2-4 Special Master. in Chancery. Total ___._______._._____.__--4H9.B10
For the past three years the big and Mrs. J. E. Mimes, Mrs. Pons and Newberry T. Thomas and W. Brown were State of Florida. County of Bradford, a.t
business houses of the country have I Perbeth Williams Dr. and Mrs.. See- business visitors to the county seat I.-J. H. Rltch cashier of the abov.namd
I Math Dukes was a business visitor SHERIFF'S SALE bank, do aolemnly swear. that the above state-
14 been chary about issuing; calendars, .ber King and Seeber Roddins. to Lake Butler Saturday. Monday. .Hereby. notice .. given that L W J. E..- I I I, ment Is true to the beat of my knowledge and
and such necessary office conveniences I J. W. Townsend returned Willie Fowler of New River was person, aheriff of Bradford County. Florida, : Iwlief.
I Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rimes was attending to business under and by virtue of that certain. writ 011 H I I J. H. RITCH.
47I were hard_to get, at least the desirable i from a pleasant visit to Orange in Lake Butler Monday. here Sunday afternoon. execution Issued out of and under the hand Correct-Atteal t Caahler.a .

kinds. But no one needs to get I Springs last week.. Norman, Ancil and Ranee Parrish H. P. Gainey, of Brooker, was'.a visitor and Bradford seal of County the Clerk Florida of the on Circuit January Court 4th.of N. T. Rltch. >
I O. J. GniFFTN.W. .
mixed upon dates during 1921 for lack I The W. C. T. U. will meet at. the were business visitors to Lake Butler I here Sunday.BRADFORD 1921. In favor of Rf S. Fcrnandvi plaintiff T. WEEKS Directors.
of a calendar, for they are now more club room Jan. 10th and each womanin Monday.The I and against H. A. Shaver and R. C. Hutchinson -

plentiful than ever ,before. Many of. town interested in the bettermentof recent rains have filled up the COUNTY SEAL SALE will offer. defendants for sale, and I have will levied cell to upon the highest and- t I. Report of BANK the condition STATEMENT of the Bank of

them are beautiful works of art and our country, invited to be present.J. mill pond and Mr. Dekle is a busy I and best bidder for cash In front of the \, Starke.' at Starke.. In the Stat of Florida at

show that artists are again In evidence 11. MarsNburn has returned after man these days cleaning rice. I Mrs. F. A. Scott, chairman foi'BrI .- courthouse Florida on door Monday in Starke.the7th. Bradford day of February.County the cloae. of buaineas Resources December 81, 1920.

and that \the materials for makIng several days visit In Polk county. Oren Klrke and Julian Dekle I ford county, reports the amount of A D. 1921. during. the legal hour of ..I.. Loans and discount ___.-._-____-105.644.18
lithographic inks of any desired The entertainment at the high school spent seals sold as follows: the following. dnrrlbttte..on.1 property County warrant ................ 288 69
shade to be had. The multitude the week-end with relatives, in Lake to-wit Overdrafts .,______-_._.______?. t88.R4,
are now auditorium Monday evening was very Butler.L. Worthington, none. .. One flat top desk on. Burroughs adding United States bond. ._______._____. 14.00000
of calendars indicate that business highly enjoyed. Lawtey, .60. machine about 400 hampers, about 600 to. State county and municipal bonds 4,000.00.Hanking
is again becoming nettled and its I G. Johnson and family were the mato crates. about one hundred. packs of lime, ho..... furniture and fixtures .U7.69
Marvin Varnes, of Johnstown, was Graham, .65. __._ two sacks of nitrate of soda and 100 pounds Other real estate _____.__.__.. .. 744 ft5
different units defined. The calendar in town Monday morning. guests of G. W. Johnson and family Lake Butler. $i.tr.; of beet ....ct. T>ue from Incorporated banks ..-.-..-..- 38.88699

A cost enormous sums, but the houses Prof. Holland has taken up his workas Saturday. Providence, $2. 3. W. J. EPPERSON Cheeks and exchange for clearing- 1.860.11
I 1-7-61-2-4 Sherjff of Bradford County, Fla. Cash on hand __ _____... _. ._. 6.804.86
issue the value of advertising Shepard Dukes and Miss Liza Dukes -
that them know principal of the high: school aftera Hampton, $U6.;

( and expect good returns for two weeks vacation with relatives were guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. I. Brooker, $6.50. SHERIFF". SALE Total A -._......_________..._.._160,177.61

their outlays. and friends In Madison and other Blume Thursday evening.- Raiford, $26.54. Hereby notice I. given that T. W. J. Hp- Capital stock paid Liabilities In _._.__..__... 18.000.00

points. Starke, $40.60.A pvnion, nhrrltr of Bradford County. Florida, Surplus Fund -.-___-.___-....__..._ 8000.00

: We know Col. gene Matthews, editor Mrs. Albert Henderson returned to BRADFORD vote of thanks is due to Raiford, execution under and.Issued by virtue out of ot and.hat under certain the writ hand of Undivided taxes paid profits! ____(_loss____expense____.__._and__ 949.89
and owner of the Bradford County her work at Jacksonville after a visit Brooker and Providence for the large and aeal of the Clerk of the Circuit Court Individual deposit, subject to chock.. 70.448.89

., Telegraph, docs not look upon the with her mother, Mrs. Onie Pons. Bradford, Jan. 7. Miss Mattie Norman sale at those places. Raiford boughta Bradford County. Florida In favor of Time certificate* of deposit. ........ 2,107.77
I..f Reynolds aa plaintiff and atralnat H. Cashier's checks outstanding __ __ 1462
wine when it is red. We are sure he Miss Vida Dekle returned to Jacksonville of Raiford, spent last week with five dollar health bond also the Shaver trading. aa II. A. Shaver Com Savings .deposit .............n... 08.621.84
; has no experience in that feeling of Monday moraine, after a visIt her sister, Mrs. A. A. Edwards. Starke W. C. T. U. purchased a bond. I pany, defendant, on the 6th day of Novem Bills payable .<_.-.._....._..___. 5,00000
ber. A. D. 1910, I have I levied and will
upon
4- ."Oh! what a difference in the room with homefolks. Willard Raborn left Saturday for a All of this money will be used in offer for aale and will sell to the blprheat Total _______.______?___.___._180177.61
ing:" Who, therefore could have written Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cireen, of Guilford visit with relatives! in St. Petersburg. the eradication of tuberculosis. The and boat bidderfor each In front of the State of Florida county of Bradford, eat
this editorial paragraph in that have moved into the home of Bob Mabry Harrell returned to Jacksonville county chairman sincerely thanks all courtbouae ditor In Starke. Bradford county. I. Coo. C. White cashIer of the above-named
h Florida on Monday, the 7th day of February, bank, do solemnly swear that the above. state,
r paper? "Those who imbibed 'moon.Mhine' Green. We welcome them to our town. Sunday after spending the holidays those who assisted her in this stamp A. D. 1921. during the legal hovn of Bale, ment j J. true to the best of my knowledge and

Christmas night and then saw The high school has opened after with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. sale. to-wlt the following described personal property. belief. _

%r the full moon twice as big as it generally the holidays and several pupils entered W. M. Harrell. On. bean cutter ninety four metal baaketa. Correct-Atteiit I CEO. C. WHITE.Cashier.

it, were probably scared enoughto school Monday morning.Mr. O. W. Barry was called to Tampa DEATH OF LESTER STEARNSMr. I pounds about five of salt thousand about quart five. cans thouaand, about paper 700 J.E. W.S. MATTHEWS.ANDREWS

swear off on New Year's day.I ."- and Mrs. Bob Green and family Thursday on account of the death of cartons, and about 800 bean labels. A. M DARBY Directors.

Gainesville Sun. What's th*! matter have moved to Brooker. We regretto his niece Pauline, the three year old A. L. Stearns formerly of 1-7-M-2-4 Sheriff of W.Bradford J. EPPERSON Fla. Subscribed and sworn to before roe this 6th

I with you, colonel An editor is some. lose this estimable family from our. daughter Of Mr. and Mrs. Grover Bar Starke, later of Miami, died at El County, day of January 1921. D. E. KNtGHT. ..

times prompted to write his reflections midst. ry. Their many friends extend their allo..Texall, Wednesday, January 6th BANK STATEMENT I Seal) Notary Public.

on the feelings of a man who is being Mrs .George Dekle Faircloth and deepest sympathy to the bereaved Mr Stearns had long been a sufferer Report of the condition of the Lake. Butter. i

hung for horse stealing divorced, or btoby, Alva returned to Jacksonville ,parents. from pulmonary and intestinal troubles at Hank the at close Lake of Butler bualness In Dre.the 81.State 1920.of Florida. I I Report of BANK the condition STATEMENT of the Hampton

tarred and feathered, but is he compelled after a visit with relatives.Mr. B. B. Cook, of Ft. White was a and as a last resort had gone to Raeouree. State Bank at Hampton. ,In the Stale of
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Loans on real estate ..... 6.8G6.74
Florida, at 'h. el buiilneis
of Dec 81
'C to have practical experience on Sherrod Driggers and Miss visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. El Paso in the hope that the climate Loana on collateral !security other I I I "se Resources 182f

4: these subjects? We confess. we are Wilma Parker were married in JudtceGardiner's T. B. Edwards Wednesday. would help him. than real entate ................. 19,011.8t Loan. on real estate .________.____- 18.488.82
not well versed upon the effects of 'office in Starke Dec. 30th. Mrs. C. .W. Edwards left The deceased leaves a widow and a All Ir..B: ::. and discount ...... Ro,7$'7.72 Lonns on collateral security. other
Sunday bonds ---.----_--.... 5550.00: : thnn real estate _n.____........ 8. ft4.OS
"moonshine, our knowledge being derived They were accompanied to Starke by to open school at Rising. child as the nearest relatives to mourn Banking house, furniture, fixtures .. c.S8a. All other loam and discount ...... 14,72946
from viewing movies depicting Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Parker. They Oulter Boyd spent Thursday with his departure. Among other rela- Other real estate .._.u.._._._- -. S.18/1.60 I Overdraft .__-__...____..___. 67.17
Claims and other .......
resource 8.028.
I' Ot United States bonds .. ____.... 600.00I
/ inebriety.A will be at home to their friends at his daughter. Mrs. T. Wills.. tives he has an uncle in Starke, Mr. 1... frnlft I M -n.D''''' ',...t. ,. ann H nank.. t..,,.... fu It.._- .A- 11... ."_ A ana AC
Macclenny. Mrs Annie Willoure returned to her N. B. Hull. Mr.: Steams was in the Due iiomri; ;'; i.k.'d"b'j; ;; ;; ;;;;;; 'Y'8 i:96 I' Due from- Incorporated; ;; ;;; -banka ..-=. 27,505.35:i i :i
A HAPPY NEW 'YEAR school Caah on hand ....._.............. 10019.28 l-Cheoks. and exchange for clearing ... 1,IVR4.84
Misses Norma pckle of Five Mile, Sunday. postal service in different capacities Cash on hand ______.._.._,__..... (.671.94I
and Lucille Varnes, of Johnstown, entered Williard Raborn and Mabry Har ever since he was old enough to work, Total ,_._.___.._____________....1 81.91S.84 I

., The Telegraph is daily receiving numerous school here Monday and are rell were business visitors to Gainesville and was noted for his industry, correctness Capital stork paid Liabilities In ....._._..... 16000.00 I Total i_....-----_____ 78.490.29Llabllltie

p... letters conveying wishes' for located at the home of their grandparents Wednesday.Mrs. and courtesy; He had many Surplus fund .................___. 8,000.00 Capital stork paid In _-!._*_..--_.. 16.00000
a happy and New Undivided profit (less expense and Surnlua fund _______________ __
Year. _
c prosperous Rev. and Mrs. S. S. Proctor. W. H. Harrell] the friends in Starke who deeply deplorehis S : 600.00
r spent day taxes paid) .....___..--.-._... 6,10 Undivided. profit (less and
We would very much like to answer Miss Mae Duke, of Five Mile, entered Wednesday with her parents, Mr. and untimely. death and sympathizewith Individual deposit subject to check.. 8&,840081 taxes paid) ________expenses___________. 1.571.44
I each letter and in return wish the school here Monday. Mrs. Dave Dukes, of Worthington. the bereaved relatives. I Time certlflcatoa of depaalt ........ 7.197.99 I Individual deposits subject to cheek 86.044.98
Cashiers checka outatandlng ._... Ii08.81 : Tlmi> eertlnaatn ...f deposit ....... _. .07
writers the |I 26.812
et same blessings but this C. I -
Mr. Crumpt, of Gainesville was attending M. Andreu was in Brooker Sat. Saving deposits ...--..--..----.--- 80.87a.61 Cashier's check outstanding ______ 981.79

we cannot do. We therefore take this to business in Lake Butler urday attending to business. RAILROADS MUST START BUYING Total I ________.__.____________._ I I
,means. of wishing that they all may T. B. Edwards IN THE OPEN MARKET State ..181.9 IS.64 Total ,_ ____...._____.___.___.__ 79.480.28
Monday. of
was transacting bus Florida. County of Bradford sat .I: State /of Florida. county of Bradford,
I enjoy' unbounded happiness and pros Mrs. P. P. Dekle of Five Mile'was iness in Lake Butler Monday.T. I. J. 1... Smith cashier of the above named I. A. A. Futch. of the above-named astlaahier
P perity. At the same time we thank bank do olemnly swear that the above statement bank. do solemnly wear that the above .ta....
visiting relatives in town Monday.Mr. ,. Willis President Vetoes Bill Delaying Put. .la
t them for I was visiting in the Miller trio to the beet of my knowledge and ment I. true to the best of my knowledge and
remembering the Telegraph and Mrs. George Spires, of Midway section Friday. ting Bill in Operation belief. i I belief.
man and assure them that their well J. L. SMITH. I I A. A. FUTCH.
Butler
Lake Mrs.
motored to Tuesday N. G. Hayes Correct-Attest
was shopping in t Caahler. Correet.-Attcotr
wishes are warmly appreciated. afternoon.Mr. Worthington Saturday. Since the beginning of the new year SEEBER KING, A. A., DURDEN. Cannier.

Turner, of '"New River was a Miss Ollie Hague railroads of the country are prohibited J. E. MAINES I 8 R. JOHNS
TWO DOLLARS A YEAR was shopping in from buying equipment from companies H. 0. CRAWFORD, Directors. W. G. SEALS. Director
business visitor to town af Subscribed and
Tuesday Worthington Wednesday. sworn to before me this ilk Subscribed and sworn to befor m. this.
ternoon. W. II. Harrell in in which they or their officersare day. of January 1921. I 8rd day of January 1921 .

The publisher of the Telegraph was J. B. Crews, of New River was attending business Monday.Mrs. was. Worthingtonon interested as the result of the veto JOE HILL WILLIAMS Notary Public., H. B. WIGGINS.

curious to see how the public would to business in town Tuesday.. Maud Chastain the by President Wilson of a bill to . Justice of the Peace.
accept the announcement that the subscription was week delay] further the operation of such a
Bill Wesley Kerce, of Midway, was end guest of her aunt, Mrs. Alma Sur-
price of the paper would be in Lake Butler Tuesday looking after rency. prohibitory provision in the Clayton
two dollars a year after January 1, business. I Bill Surrency anti-trust act. The last of three separate ..
1021.) When almost all left Monday after a of the GENERAL
other products Oulter Boyd, of Worthington, was few weeks visit with his 'here.PINE two year suspension INSURANCE
are steadily declining in price, it a business visitor here Sunday. e family_ prohibitory section expired at midnight -
was feared. that the increased price Dec. 31.
William Varies of Johnstown, was HAROLD C. WALL
of the Telegraph would be viewed in town Tuesday. .. IHLU The president in announcing his ..e.to .

with disfavor. But our fears have not D. W. Borum spent Saturday and Pine Hill Jan.- through a message to the senate,
7.-Misa
matcralized, for only one or two persons Sunday in Macon. mas is spending this Lomie 1.ho-; declared the railroads had been given STARKE, FLORIDA
have made unfavorable comments week near seyeral extensions of time to prepare
Mr. Black, of Jasper is the guest Gainesville
of her
to us. Our offer to accept the of Mrs. P. M. Padgett this week.. Debbie Shaw., guest sister, Mrs. for observance! of the law and that no FIRE, LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILEANNOUNCEMENT
.. old price of $1.50 on all subscriptions adequate reasons had been' presented
per year Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Harrell of Le Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
paid in before January lit Lewis spent the for[ further postponement of its
Vela Colo., are guests of his brother. week-end at Midway opera
was eagerly accepted, as can be seen! B. I). Harrell, this week. daughter. Mrs. Ethel, guests of their tion. !_. .. .
from pennl on. -
our large honor roll printed in Mrs. W M. Johnstown and daughter D. Thomas
' another column. spent lost-week the MASTER'S SALE!:
Willie Mae, spent tho week-end guest of relatives Notice I. ,
None and friends near hereby given that under and by
of the materials and appliances with relatives l in's Hampton and Mac. Gainesville. \
used by printers are apt to become clenny. \ .

: lower in price. but very likely Miss Alberta and Lola Bielling, accompanied burg E. J.Saturday.Lewis, of Brooker,'' was lirtmr. SOUR STOMACH
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higher. Therefore we considered i .
ourselves by their brother. are againin John I
Thome's and son, Ellery madea R
justified as well ns compelledto midst THE
our after spending the vacations business trip to Starke STARKE VULCANIZING WORKSR.
Increase the Monday.
subscription rate. And with their mother at Providence Messrs. INDIGESTION
": after all it is Henry Shaw, Oscar and
small
matter
a -fifty D. has
F. Floyd returned to Miami
Milego Thomas, of Gainesville BURROWS Prop. -
cents distributed whole were ,
over
a ,
year after a visit with his family.' in this section -t"
Friday.
makes the additional cost of the paper I R. M. Price returned to Jacksonville Our school

w not quite one cent per; week. after several weeks visit with Mr. and week's vacation.Mr. opened. Monday after a fle&r's BUck-Drauifct HJrLr Will hereafter sell
i.! A service and
, .had Supplies
newspaper somehow, been Mrs. I D. F. Floyd and family. on a
regarded as soft of Institution and Mrs. Harry Howard, chil Rectaneaded 1 bj aTcmaetse CASH BASIS. I have
' a public Mrs. S. S. Proctor and daughter, dren, and mother of >> been compelled to take
I. very much likt a railroad. Any Miss Marshall Friday in John. Gainesville, spent for this step to enable
other concern could raise the price of spent Wednesday nighe guests of Mrs. Red- Grocer Troubles! Re- me to stay in business: All
stown, guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. A.
'g Its products or services without much Carter. el tk Thontni. nltiaf from Torpid repairs, supplies and accessories must be paid

ti, grumbling from the public, but if a Ben Duke, of Five Mile, was transacting spent Misses the week-end Rhoda ami Alva Thomas Lirer. for in CASH.As .

' newspaper or a railroad did so, there business here Saturday.Rev. near Brooker with

'w was a howl. However, the railways S. S. Proctor filled his appointment their Mr.uncle, Eddie Thomas. I will lose nothing through bad debts I
have lately raised their \ and Mrs. S. L. Prescott and ,
charges with.
out much grumblinfe. from their CUBtomers -. urday'at and Brandy Sunday.Branch }Friday, Sat. children spent Saturday at Graham, East: Nubflle.] T nn.- The ffl. will be enabled to do work at a lower price

and believe guests of their sister Mrs. Florence facer of Tbedford's tharf before: I will sell
we that he better Ortm, Kirke and Julian Dekle of Johnson. Block-Draught the gasoline at 33c per
,
, S S knowledge( of economical matters now Five Mile, spent the week-end with J. B. Thomas genuine herb, liver medicine, II gallon and give a cut of 10 per cent off on
so general will cause the public tost'e relatives in Lake Butler. made and daughter, Lorale, Touched for by Mr. W. N. Parsons, s all tires tubes and other
S, the for a business trip to Graham Tues S accessories. For good
reason the higher cost of Miss Ruby Phillips returned Sunday roc.r of this city. "It Is without

n the printer's products. All signs showS evening from a two weeks visit with day Miss evening.Rosa ;:: doubt the bell:liver medicine, and 1 service go to
that the Surrency Jn iwction .
Telegraph is much valued was our
by her
homefolks in Elco, Ga. 4rat believe I could ret alone without
r its readers, and they will not do with 'Monday evening. ,,
Miss Frier of Rochelle (
Ga. has It I take It for'sour
Charley Kelly made business stomach, headache
out the
R.
paper for the Bake of the a trip BURROWS Starke
opened a class of in
pupils
alight raise of the subscription price. --- .__. music. to Brooker Monday morning. bad liver Indigestion, and all ,
S R. B. Thomas and sister, Rhoda, ther troubles that an the result oltorcld
FIVE MILE '
S : I, LAKE BUTLER were in Brooker Friday evening. a ) llTer."I .
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Five Mile, Jan. 7A. O. Dennison : han known and used it for years : - -- -
S Lake Butler, jtn. 7.-Mrs. Stevens and Dr. Hargrove were visitors here BAPTIST and can and do highly recommend IIU

'of Jacksonville, is the guest of Mrs. Tuesday. every on*. I won't go to bed with

S liattie. Markee this 'week. Mm. L. L. Cone and family passed 10 a. m., Sunday school.! : sat It IA the house. It will do all U
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Mr .and Mrs. T. II. Rimes, of through here last week enroute to B.Preaching Y. morning and evening. claims to do. I can't say enough foi J. R. DAVIS & CO.Not

.' Worthington, were in town Tuesday. Midway, where they have purchased a P. U., junior and senior, 6:30 It" .

S Misses Myrtle Collins, Minnie Johnson I farm. m.Midweek
of Newberry, and Emma Martin i Mr. and Mrs. services, Wednesday 7:30, S Many other men and women throughput
of Alachua were guests of Mrs. Geo. Charlie- Cone Clyde Colson and 8:00: and 8:30: p. m. the country hay found Black Simply an Insurance Agency but one of

i I Coleman Monday evening.J. \\ P. P. Dekle were last guests week.of Mr. andfrs' Rev. A. L. Odom, a former pastor, Draught Just as Mr Parsons descrthMr Bradford County's oldest business'

V. Smith of Newberry, was the Misses Hattie Dukes and Mae Duke Is expected next week. Look for no- Ts.lua.bl In regulating the liver Uts ,

S ,' .guest of Mr. and Mrs. George Cole- were guests of Miss Norma Dekle on tice in the postoffice. -> | normal functions and In cleansing Institutions.. ,
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man last week. Saturday and Sunday. All the services are for all except U* h.wels .f Impurities. ..,'

!:! i.'.Mr. and Mrs. W. Hall;of Maine, : Misses Mae Dukes and Norma the 8 o'clock Wednesday night service Thciford's Black-Draught Uror.medl I t. '
S I).
I 1 is, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. George kle entered which is for teachers of the Sun :t 4bSTARKE FLORIDA :,::
school alas Is the
Coleman this week. Monday. at Lake *Butler on day school only. original and only genuineAoccpt ,\'. ." ,

Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Chastain motor. Mrs. BLANCHARD D. LAW, no bnlt&tImlal'01']i substitutes., .: "
P. p. Dekle was a business vis- Always ask for ThodtofdX \ .
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA. -' .
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residence from Laura street to 1558!' I ford county For we are known far Tampa, and Mrs J. W. Mpehan, of scene of a very pretty New 1'ear'aparty -
Ernest street Riverside. lie has lately and wide as one of the backward, ron- Montictllo, Ark. when their
Bits I bought lots on that street and wish. pro< entertained in
of Local erection of bungalow, His office Motorists
a new tourists, are warned to reunion and everything possiblea of Millodgcvillo! Ga.
l' is still at 412 St. James building.: keep out of this county. Now Jiin't done to make I a happy Reuson. Therefore Thn( rooms were artistically' decorated i

'Information that a record to be proud of! It I' the Christmas of If/20 will long. in the reason's colon or red

On the etw .ing: of the IGth inat, at means to the farmer and landowner be remembered by each and everyone and green, holly and other yuletide e

II 3..natMon T..b. the Baptist church there will be ft union that his property is not worth murh. present. The dinner table was decorated > suggestions being used.A ,
...... .. aaa. C.W r..e JJ .,.1 T service under the management of It also means that poorer land than beautifully with holly .-and !delightful] musical program was I i

the W. C. T. U. This.. service is to I ours hag a market value from two to spruce pine from North Carolina, and furnished during the entire. evening I
celebrate the national prohibition ten times the value! ours has. ; favors {
I . were placed at each of the and various Interesting unmet unit .
-.--- .... ..- _. .J I amendment to the constitution. The I Now,
S. J. Norman, of Raiford, was i in I Mr. and Mrs. E. R. program is sent.ut from the national" against our county, for I know we Christmas tree was enjoyed and several with the beginning of the New Year ,\(
Starke Monday Poppell had as headquarters, and is composed largely have better lands and the opportunity pictures taken of the Near
f I guests Sunday Mr. were party the close of the evening a de>. .:
Poppell, who and Mrs. T. J. of vocal and instrumental music I is here doubly sure for farming end Sunday afternoon the different fam- licioul naiad course, followed by hot '
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs train for their left on the afternoon steels raising. Neither do I think cur ''ilios returned to their respective chocolate and fruit cake was served -'

Lorenzo D., Green, Tuesday j Texas. new home in El Paso, Bradford county wa;; representedat county commissioners are asleep, for homes. Mrs. E. B. Freeman and by Mrs. Shriver and Mrs. H. S. War. I /j

the inauguration of Governor Har- if the people of Bradford county will : daughter started to their home at ren. ,$

A few doses 666 break a colds) New 'dee by Hon. E. M. Johns, SherrifT Ep- get out and stir things up for betterment Oak Creek, Colo.; but stopped enroute The guests included Mr. and' Mrs. (, |j" !

Kickliter'e.cypress syrup' barrels at J. F. person, E. R. Poppell, of Starke, Senator the commissioners will do their i jto spend awhile at the home of her H. S. Warren Misses Clara Cone, Eunice '" "

Hon A.. V. Long of Palatka, was 11312t. A. D. Andrews, II. W. Raifordand part. brother-in-law, Pr. A, II. Freeman, Ila-en, Veldit Watson, Hazel! and 1)
in Starke Thursday on official busi- Hon. J. S, Blitch, of Raiford. They Let us all put our shoulders to the 'of Jacksonville. Edytli Warren, Tyrone heron, Olga J

neS*. LII Misses Josephine Brinson, Kath- report that the capital city did itself wheel of progress and push ourselvesout j Ward I la Belle Crosby and Florence J 1,
leen Alvarez and Florence Matthew great credit in the arrangement and of condition._ To say the least, it I GET DELCO LIGHTSI and Joannette Matthew and Madga <

Dr. J. C. Wills made a trip to Jack. returned to Tallahassee the first of carrying out of the inaugural cere la humiliating to face such a record- I i Middleton, of Starke. Sara Jordan, ofMilledgeville '"
sorjyille Tuesday on professional bus the week, to resume their studies at monies. that reaches so far and dues us an E.: Wilson, a well known business fla.; Messrs. Marvin f 1

iness. ., the Woman's College. I absolute injury. man, formerly of Staike, now of fawn, Abe Crosby, Lewis Shriver, .
Sugar, lOc. J. F. Kicklitcr's We have in our pecan proves a proposition Gainesville has
12-31-21 lion. G. W Alderman who secured the exclusive Fred llazen, Rand Crews, S. A. Pin.
: resigned
Miss Eva Epperson after far in advance of citrus groves, for the Delco holster Frank .
spending agency light and waterplant Pomeroy, of Jacksonville
cashier
as of the Farmers & Dealers
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. the holidays with her parents, Mr Hank to enter his duties circuit for we have good; deep soil and good inAlachua, Bradford and Levy Enrle Mlddleton and Carr Col-
and Mrs. upon as plows and cultivators,;, and rock to'
David Silcox on the 29th of W. J. Epperson, returned no counties. This is a compact power Icy, of !'tarke.
ber.: Decem Sunday to Lake Butler to resume her court clerk, was succeeded by dig up no white fly to injure, or front plant, driven by a kerosene engine, ..---.-.._..-
VVni. Johnson who has been assistant
1 school work. cashier to kill. In general farming we can and can be obtained 1 in different sizes, "The }'..rmcr'a"orflt Enemy-Rat*.
since the
organization of the grow; a larger variety of useful products to suit the needs of the whether The rarnirr'n heat
users, Friend-
P. M. Padgett, of Lake Butler bank. T. M. Riherd, a well known and '
made I Mollie and here also we have a live'armcrs' It be a private residence the farm Rat Snap." '
our office an appreciated visit Knight returned Tuesday to popular young citizen' of Lake Butler .
day. ,Mon Atlanta where he will resume his studies was elected assistant cashier. organization in the Farmers' 1 i or'a village. The Petco light is clean Those are the words of James Itax-
Union
at Emory University, after which always stand for projrresss. -' and simple and has none of the objections for, N. J.: "Ever since'I tried RAT
Lot ua go at it and make a better complained of in other SNAP I have '
spending the holidays with his lights used always kept it In. I the
hr} and MrB.C.: Livingston'of parents Friends of Mr. and Mrs F. F. Flume record for the county, improve our for
Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight.To private purposes, and those In houNo. Never fails. Used about $aOO ,
Tampa, have been in Staike during will be pleased to know that they have roads and make them good, hard-sur Bradford county who have Installed. a worth of RAT SNAP a year and fig
the week, visiting relatives.Mrs. purchased the J. F. Rhoden place on faced, and good drainage-nil
prevent a cold take 666. county plant of this kind are well satisfied. urn it naves me $:JlO( In chicks, eggs \
went Madison street and will remain wide and not by patches and districts ,
--- dot your residence and im-mincs and fci'd._ RAT SNAP_ is convenient 41,
J. M. Barbour of California 'In Starke. After selling their suburban as has been done. For our money another
Engineer II. B. Wccst, of lighted up and enjoy modern just break up cake, no mixing with tf
came Wednesday to visit her Hampton, farm a few weeks ago they thought crj>pR, it is my conviction that if we |, "
friend, was in Starke) Tuesday on business blessing within your reach. Write other f|>oil. 3 sizes, 35c, i5e/ $1.25.
Mrs. E. T. Campbell.' I before the commissioners. Mr. Weest for a while of going away, but have go to it right we can grow as good > Jos. E. Wilson, Gainesville, and IIP Fold and guaranteed by I U. C. Jones, ,'

has lately returned from an extended now decided that Starke is good tomatoes as the Glades produce. We will be glad to explain the system to I Sluikc.-Adv.1O { t
The streets, gutters nd ditches of trip to New York. enough. can grow; as good a crop of Irish potatoes you. ---. ,

Starke have been kept cleaner of late _. as Hastings grows, if we will SCHOOL PATRONS j

than ,at any time of the town's his. Mesdames\ A. Z. Adkins, J. E. Futch BRADFORD COUNTY BEST follow their methods. PARTY AT ItKOOKEK All schools that have no teacher "
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4tory. and DeWitt C. Jones please notify me at once. ,
went to Gainesville
Tuesday afternoon to attend Timely! Talk of Our Needs and Advantages FAMILY REUNIONMrs ; The attractive home of Mir aUld! Mrs. II. II. WIGGINS, '(.
a
To break a cold take 6C6. 2.11 musicale given by the noted Mr. Dale John hiivcr at llrooker was tho County Superintendent.Coca .;
of Jacksonville. J. L. Warren, who liven at her i r." ''
O. T. Nelson, a well known straw- ,Jj. C. Prescott has lately returned country home in the Rising section, mil

berry man, of Saxton, paid our officea Miss Sallie JlcCormick after from a trip to South Florida. He northwest of Starke, had A notable
,
pleasant visit Friday. spend thinks Bradford county in ahead ofanything family reunion the f Christmas I
ing: last week in Starke, guest of Mrs. I at sea
he there and Colainbottles j
saw on requestof
W. B. Harvard left :
Saturday for Savannah
Col. A. V. Long and daughter/Miss Ga., to spend several weeks-, the Farmers' Union Ito gives the son.Those present were Mrs. E. II. Free-

Ella Mae, spent Sunday as the guests! with friends. following.resume of his observations: man and daughter, Miss Fae, of Oak I .
of Mr. and Mr .' J. M. Brownlee. The writer has spent the late summer Creek, Colo.; Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Rob-I .

R. Burrows Is back after and fall in South Florida, in and erts, of Eustlai Mr. and Mrs E.: F, I I

A daughter was born to Mr.[ and prospecting tour in South again Florida.a around the trucking, citrus and Everglades I Pearce, of Wauchula; Mr and Mm, I I now

Mrs.J3. S. Cowling! on Thursday, Dec. Ask Bob if he doesn't think Starke is : district. About the first thingof T. L. Pert anti children and! Miss

,,80th:-, good enough for him. He will make interest to me was good roads. The Catherine Pert, of Madison; Miss Sue I '. *
' best county or country roads I ever Margaret Maxwell, of Hendersonville
think better ,
you of
Fulghum and 90 day seed oats. J. --- your home town. motored over, rock crushed and rolled N. C.; Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Neal, Miss I '

F; Kickliter's. 12.31.2t Maurice Langford, of Lake Butler, then dry washed sand strewn over, Lottie Warren, of High Springs; Mr. 6 cents at all 'f,
spent Wednesday and Thursday with then well oiled and rolled solid! as an and Mrs. E. C. Warren and children .

Mrs. Oliver and children, of Bald- his aunt, Mrs. D. E. Knight, going asphalt bed. _. and Miss Ida -Warren. The only children I .
win, spent several days last week with from here to Alachua The groves are planted in the rock absent were J. E. Warren, of I
to visit his '
her sister Mrs. E. L. and clay. They dig with a pick a' J
Biggs. mother, Mrs. Alice Langford.Dr. I
space six feet in'diameter and six inches -
To Cure Cold In One Dealers.
,, Day :
Mr. and Mrs. A. Williard have returned deep and in this rock and clay .. .
and Mrs. E. L. Biggs and little Take LAXATIVE PROMO QUININE(T M t ) It
to Starke to live after a sojourn son Leslie the they I plant] the young trees. The ..".pt thet'.atlh and Headache and wcirha off the I ,
spent holidays in Law- .
farming and trucking is nearly all Cold: C.W. GKOVE1 iluiwtuie each box. 3Uc.r
of several months in Jackson-
tey: with her father, Mr. Roberts. On
done in the Glades. The big is ?
ville. hriitmas day crop - ------- . ------
a family reunion wa, .... _._ -
tomatoes and more tomatoes together I -y.- - -. 'T.- ----- -- -
i
held> ] of his children and grandchildren,
Miss Iris with peppers and cabbage. The growers ?
Epperson returned Saturday twenty-two: being present.C. .
from a visit with relatives Lake have a live citrus exchange;
Izatlon that markets their ]
organ-/
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Butler. W. George In Star
I was e Friday, the Royal Palms Truckers and ,
visiting relatives and renewing: ncquaintanres. -
F. A. Scott went to Jacksonville on Mr. George haH been in ers Association markets the produce
A'
-and that
spells success.
Thursday to attend a district stew. Lithia, llillsboro county until lately. I They gather and haul on motor One Hundred Thousand

church ards meeting at the First Methodist He is now making Highland his home. trucks fruit and vegetables, tons of I k

them, to the large packing houses, I

i F. II. Long and daughter, Miss Mar. Neuralgia Rub-My-Tism, Sprains.relieves Rheumatism 2-11-21, where they are graded and packed
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and tent to market else sold Resolution
or om Dollar
"garet, motored to Palatka Monday of their platform.Now .
last week and returned home Wednesday Mrs. M. E. Edwards and daughter,
let us see where we stand In
afternoon. Miss Mabel, Mrs. J. C. Adkins wind
comparison. In location, productive
I .
children, and little Miss Mary Ella .
soil and vaiiety of products we have
666 quickly relieves a cold. Edwards, of Gainesville, were the
them beaten by miles; but here we
guests of Col. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins .
and
must stop shake ourselves for the
Green Messrs.were ft.in J.Tallahassee_ Griflls and last R.week A. New Year's day. disgrace and bad reputation of Brad.I RESOLVED, THAT DURING THE YEAR 19211 I WILL

attending the state teachers associa Mr and Mrs. George Thomas and
I NOT SEND AWAY FOR ANY ARTICLE OF MERCHANDISETHAT
tion. children, George and Pauline, motored

Auto tops I and auto painting. M. I back, after to their spending home in ten Stuart days last here Friday as- ENT-A-'MOR' I CAN BUY AT HOME OR THAT MY HOME MERCHANT I I

Leviton, Starke. 1119tf. r guests of Rev and Mrs. L. W. Klckli- I

e- ter and. J. F. Kickliter and family. UCOLUMNIJFOR WILL ORDER FOR ME, PROVIDED ONLY THAT THE
The Ladies Aid of the Baptist church "

will meet next Tuesday afternoon at New cypress syrup barrels at J. F. PRICE ASKED BY THE HOME MERCHANT IS FAIR. '

8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. T. Kickliter's. 12312t. I ,
Limbaugh. N'j SALE-One'good much cow. A.I i t.

I J-L.: Green, ,Starke, Fla. l7tf. I
Mrs JBrownloe returned Sunday :1. ,
Misses Lucile and Louise Griffin, | from Palatka where she spent the The Bank of Starke asKs every man, woman and

and Clara Wainwright, of Jackson- holidays with her daughter, Mrs. A. FOR SALE-A good heavy farm I

ville, spent several days last week V. Long. Mrs. Brownlee was accompanied horse! II. L. Stevenson, Starke, Fla child in Starke and Bradford County to adopt the .

with their aunt, Mrs. J. F. Kicklitcr home by her granddaughter, 17.4t .
Mills Elizabeth Brownlee. -- fore going resolution. .

Hon.,A. V Long and family, of Pa- FOR SALE!-No. 1 cypress sningl frY

latka, were weekend guests at the Last week a number of ladies met $7.60 per thousand; primes, $6 per

home of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. at the community kitchen and put up thousand. J, C. Crews, Guilford, .
sweet orange marmalade and bitter Fla. 10-1-tf. It takes business to make a town and if the money

Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Wall and A. E. sweet orange preserves. Mrs. J. R. '
Wall, Jr., returned Thurshday night Davis ii past master in the art of CROSS! TIE CUTTERS-Write for earned here is continually sent away there can be

from Madison, where they had spent canning! preserving and pickling, and prices and chip your ties of all! '
the holidays with friends and relatives is always willing to assist those who grades to Cress Manufacturing Co.. no town growth.

wUh to work at the community kitchen. Jacksonville Florida. 8-5-20-ljrr .

I I '
-ik .
of Palatka, came I FOR SALE-12 acre farm close to' .
Augustus C. Long,
up Thursday and spent several days The Woman's Club will hold their town, equipped with farming implement We estimate that at least one hundred thousand *

visiting his cousin, Telfair Long, and regular January meeting next Wed- ''and stock. Cheap for a

at the home of his uncle, J. M. Brown- nesday afternoon at 3:30: o'clock at quick sale. J. C. Manning.. 12-24-31 dollars are'sent away from Starke every year for mer-

lee. the residence of Mrs. W. C. Powell! ,
on North Walnut street. Mrs. Powell FOR SALE-Florida runner seed peanuts chandise that might be bought at home. Let's .adopt

Messrs. Charles Beasley, Carr Col- and Mrs. P. E. Canova hostesses ,, <4< cents; White .Spanish, 6

-" ley and Horace Wilson have returnedto holidays for the afternoon. Ca.cents Cash per pound with ,order f. o. b.F.Lake-Park M. White, the resolution and keep this money in the home business
the '
college after spending and Mrs. W. E. Middleton had & Son, Lake Park, Ga. 12-17-Bt
with homefolks. as Dr.guests: last week' her brother, R. C. channels. Kept at home it will help to buildour

bruises cuts, Dowling, and wife Misses Ailene and FOR SALE OR RENT-30 acres two
_''Rub-My-Ti cures it"will build
,
mile of Lawtey 25 In Sent help to towns where
burns, sores, tetter, etc. 2.11.21 Mildred Dowling, of Jacksonville; west ; acres town. away
Sergt. John Weston, of Camp Jackson cultivation; good buildings. Easy

Miss Naomi Digg, after spending S, C., and Mrs. W. H. Jones, of .terms to purchaser.: H, J. Thomas, none of us have an interest and from which. none of

the Christmas holidays with her parents Pineda. I 2009 Everegreen, Jacksonville, Fla.

Rev. and Mrs. J. C. Diggn, returned 12-24-2t us get any business,
Saturday, where she OHG breaks a cold quicker than any :
to Tampa I r
I blocks 9
is in the high school remedy we know. 2-11 WANTED-Cypress 3 1-2 feet
teaching
long, 7 to 15 inches diameter;, must

Sunday during the heavy rain, a be solid and straight grain; white r

Catarrh Can Be Cured motor truck operated by the Consum cypress preferred. Will pay $7 pr

Catarrh to a local disease greatly 'nfll' : er's Lumber Co., in making a turn at cord laid down on our wharf. Cooper BANK OF STARKE .

enc.d therefore by coiutltutionul. ... \ <";d'tlnl5'.t.nature the Intersection of Call and Walnut & Snellgrove, Starke. 1231tf.

...nt. HALL/iii CATARRHtIMEDICl&: streets skidded. It struck the hy- e
I IS taka0 IDtena&lly. and act. _through. 01 drant with force enough to bend It FOR RENT-In Wateroak section, 1 I
the Blood oa_th.. Mu000e' Surl A It R H The truck was not injured. The mile east of Hellbronn Springs, 20 Pres. : >< '
the Byllt..m. HALL'S CAT over. E. S. MATTHEWS, ; ;;JJ q. C WHITE Cashier
loandatlon of rr* f tm/ rood buildings and ''Wire ,
MEDiezN: d....".a thlll hydrant was repaired Thursday. : " , .
the disease rival the patient .1"'l'lh byknpsovinr <*'feftroMWill "" .,,,'orce year toe *-r 0 I'
the health and a.I.ts ,1-.I .
general I
In doing IM work. Dr. A. II. Freeman wrjtea from _lca.h' "M.dnIr LrfA hDa.yil.. Talla- [ .'': '
AU Drufwmu. Circular free that he has moved his hassee, Fla. 1231.3t
F. J. Chen a Co., Toledo, Ohio. Jacksonville .::

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k FRIDAY JANUARY 7 1921.
PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA. ,

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nird-aog. Mrs. Tully arms akimbo minded hIm, "no matter whnt'the-
I e e w a S a "onn uaraigan, I dare soy. I've nvtiru .u ; ana it was typical or 'mm/on' '
watched him pleasurably. "I smell' Colonel's feeling on Unit score may be,
Shirley Sunmer's moist of him. He's been away from Sequoiafor that the subject had been dlsqnss'
i + when George Sea Otter eyes In were obedienceto quite a while, I believe About briefly, to resolte never to refer something" he declared and advanceda misery loves company, and not until I
tile time he came boiiie to take care tit: It again 1 step down the hall for another sniff; had pulled out of the Squaw creek
Instructions of his
irk a set her the French maid youthfulmoKter and that stiff-necked old father of his" "Tomorrow morning I'm 'going" then. In exact Imitation of a foxhound, I country; and started logging In the Son
,
TheVALLEY their) hand-baggage down on the sidewalk He stepped' (o the bell and pressed! It, put a pair of overalls on r t'm he gave tongue and started for the Hedrln watershed, did 1 realize that I
and b.nd kitchen Mrs. Tully, waddling after I had been considerable of a Jackass
In front of Colonel Seth Pen- the butler answered. "Set a roOUIth a tin can and a.
nlijgton's: house The half-breed hesitated I. place at dinner for Miss Shirley, set you to greasing the Id",1.. found him "point log" two hot blackberry .myself."
a moment undecided whether he James" he ordered "Thelraa will Partner, you've deceived me. pies which had a few minutes "Yes," Bryce admitted, "there can

would carry the hond-bngrgage: up to show you your rooms, Slilrley. I was "Oh. nonsense. If I had vJ 110"red. previously been taken from Uue o 'eo. be no doubt but that you cut off your

of the the door or leave! that task for a Just about to sit down to dinner. I'll that would only have spoile.d Fury- He was buying lugubriously. nose to spite jour face."
wait for Tin still a pie-hound. Mrs. Fully, to that
Pennington retainer Uteri he noted you. thing / Ills thoughts harked back
the tear tatn. on the; cheeks of his While Shirley was In the dining "Nevertheless, you weraf fared to and you're still the same dear, thoughtful first wagon of logging In the San
I fair passenger. Instantly he took up room Colonel Pennlngton's features' cable me to hurry home."/ soul How many did you maker"Twa" Iledrln. when the c4oud-burtt hod

GIANTSI the hand-baggage, kicked open the wore an expression almost pontifical "I summoned you thisIn*"""* I caught the river filled with Cardigan
I Iron gate, and preceded Shirley up the but when, the bad gone, tbe atmosphere realized I was going to need y- "May" I have!! one all for myself Mrs. logs and whirled them down to the
of and affection "No' didn't John Cardlp"- You Tully? the log-boom at
cement walk to tIle door. paternalism you bay, to crush through!
which be radiated faded instantly summoned becaumefor diG lint "Indeed you; may my dear. to the
Br PETER B. KYNE "Just wait a moment If you please me % tidewater and continue\ out
,, George! ," Shirley: said as he set the The Colonel's face wall In repose now time In your life!, you/were panicky" "Thank you but I do not want It oi'ii sea. '
Author of baggage down and started back for --cold, calculating eJy repellent.lIe and let yourself get "ut'of !b '*. for myself Mrs. Tully' will you please The old mon appeared to divine the
"Cappy Ricks"Ooprn scowled His father nodded :slowT-:" And wrap one of those wonderful plea In
slightly.
"Yes
I the car. He turned and beheld her trend of bin son's thoughts. ,
extracting five-dollar bill from her "Now. Isn't that the devil's luck?' you aren't over It yet" rice continued a napkin and the Instant George Sea Ilryce, that was a disastrous year,"

purse. "For Y.u George," the continued be soliloquized. "Young' Cardigan Is his voice no longer banteringbut Otter comes In wltb the car tell him he declaied. "The mere loss of the
I probably tbe only man In Sequoia lowered affectionately"What's to take the pie over to Colonel Tenn- addI-
"Thank you so much. logs was a severe !blow !but In
.h. by rater B. Krn I In oil Ills life George Sea Otter bad dashed awkward If they should become the trouble/ Dad Trot out your old Ington's house and deliver It to Miss tion I had to pay out quite a little
never had such an eperlenche, Interested In each other-at this panic and let me Inspect I it Trouble Sumner There's a girl who doubtless money to settle with my customers. I
happily, having been raised In a coun time. They say he's good-looking; must be very reel when It gets my thinks She has tasted pie In her day, was loaded up with low-priced orders
r SYNOPSIS. I try where, with the exception of certainly he Is educated and has acquired father on the run." and I "want to prove to her that shehun't. Uuit year, although I didn't expect to
the "It Is real Indeed. As He selected a card from his
waiters some worldly 1'0llRb-just Bryce very
only a pronounced vagrant make any money. TIle orders were
CHAPTER I.-Pioneer In the California kind of ;young fellow Slxlrley will find I remarked before, I'''' lost your card-case sat ,down and wrote:
redwood .region John Cardigan at forty' expects or accept a gratuity from a merely to keep the men employed.You .
? maven, Is the leading cltlun, of Sequoia: I woman. He took' the bill and fingered Interesting and welcome company In a heritage for you." Be IIIChed."I' "Dear Miss Sumner: understand Bryce) I hud a

., owner Umber,of a mllle widower, etilpe after, and three many year acre of of It curiously; then his white blood asserted town like this. Many things can waited till you would b. able to come "Here la a priceless hot wild-black. good crew, the finest in the country ;

fl .-" married life, and father of two-day-old Itself and he handed the blU happen In a :year-and It will be a home and settle down to business; now berry pIe especially manufactured In and If I had shut down, my men would
Bryc. Cardigan. back to Shirley I year before I can smash the Cardi ;you're homo; and there"Isn't any business my honor. It la so good I wanted have scattered and-well, you know

' CHAPTER IL-At fourteen Bryce make. I "Thank yon" he said respectfully. gans. Damn It." to settle down to. you (o have some. In all year life ;you how hard It Is to get that kind of a
the acquaintance of Shirley Sunnier, a via "If Bryce chuckled, for h* was Indeed have never tasted anything like it"Sincerely
Itor you were a man-all right But Besides 1 had
to sequoia, and bl. Junior by a few crew together again. ,
yean. Together they visit: the Valley of i from a lady DO. I am like my boss. CHAPTER V. far from being worried over business never fatted my boys btifore. and. Ieouldo't
' the alante, sacred to John Cardigan and matters his consltluntloa now being "
I work for for nothing"Shirley "Bryce Cardigan.
t bla eon a. the burial plane of Bryoe'sOOUlSIt :you !bear the thought of fallingthem
b' anfl part wits mutual regret.r did not understand his refusal Along the well-remembered streetsof entirely for his father's peace of mind. Some twenty minutes later his unusual then.: Half the mills In tile
I but her Instinctive tact warned Sequoia Bryce Cardigan and his "AU right he retorted, "Father baa votive offering was delivered by shut down at the time,
'r lese CHAPTER John Cardigan til-While meet.9ryce with I. at heavy cotr' her not to Insist She returned the father walked arm In arm, their' lost his money and we'll have to lIt George Sea Otter to Colonel Pennlng- and country there were was a lot of distress among
buelneee 10..... and for the &.t time views bill to her purse Unonked him again, I progress continuously Interrupted by the servants go and give up the old ton's Swedish maid, who promptly the I couldn't do It
Uw future unemployed ,
ti, with uncertainty. and turned quickly to hide the alight well-meaning but Impulsive Sequolanswho home That part of It Is settled : and ;: It In to the Colonel and .-i
They were 'on the, road A&8Jn7 flush of annoyance. George Sea Otter I I Insisted upon halting the pair w weak, anemic, tenderly! nurtured little Shirley Sumner who were even then Bryce
h, eight o'clock next morning,..and 'Jiuta Doted Its"Lady _. shake hands. with Bryce and* bid him Bryce" Cardigan must put his turkeyon at dinner In the Colonel's fine burl- Bryce; nml k'd. "And when you lost
welcome home. In the presence of his back und go Into the woods the logs, you couldn't fill those low-
Cardigan'. mill was blowing the he said withgroat cU&1llty."at redwood-paneled dicing room. MissSumner's commenced
six o'clock whistle Bryce stopped the Ant I did not want to carry your those third parties th* old man quickly looking for a Job as a lumberjack. . I amazement was so profound priced o ders. Then tile market

carat the head of the street leading baggage. I A14 not want to walk: on conquered the agitation he had felt Busted, eh? Did I or did I not hear I that for folly a minute she was mute to Jump and advanced" three
'> down to the waterfront Til let you this land. And-wtth a sweeping gesture at this long-deferred meeting with his the six o'clock whistle blow at the contenting herself with scrutinizing'alternately dollars In three months-
drive now, George," he Informed toe he Indicated the Pennlngton: son, and when presently they left the mill Bet yon I dollar I did. the pie and the card that accompanied "Exactly, my son. And 'my customers
business section of the town and "Oh, I have title to everythingyet began to crowd me to fi'l'] those
slant Sea Otter He turned to Shirley grounds. "Then you cry a little because It. Presently she handed
' Sumner. "I'm going to leave you I, my boss Is feeling bad about his turned Into a less-frequented street ," the card to her uncle, who affixed his old orders. I couldn't expect them to
now," be said. "Thank you for riding old man. So I like you better. The his emotion assumed the character "Bow I do have to die for good pince-nez and read the epistle with suffer with me; my failure to |>erform
,, over from Red Bluff with, me. My old man-well, he has been like fatherto of a quiet Joy, evidenced In a more newel' Then It appears we still havea deliberation. my contracts, while unavoidable, nevertheless
father never leave. the office until tbe me and my mother-and we are erect bearing end a firmer tread &s business; Indeed we may always "Isn't this young Cardigan a truly would hove caused them a
whistle blows, and ao I'm going to Indiana. My brothers, too-they work: If he strove, despite his seventy-six: have a business, for the very fact thatIt remarkable young man, Shirley" he serious loss and when they were
hurry down to that little building yon for him. So If you like my boss and years, not to appear Incongruous! as Is going but not quite gone Impliesa declared."Why.. I have never heardof forced' to buy elsewhere; I paid them
' see at the end of the street and surprise his old man, George Sea Otter wouldgo be walked beside his splendid son. doubt ns to Its ultimate departure, anything like Lila astounding action. the difference between the price they
1 him. to hell for you pretty damn' quick. I wish I could see you more clear and perhaps we may yet scheme away If he had sent you over an armful of paid my competitors and the price at
? He stepped out on the runntrig- You bet your life I" 1 ly." he mild presently. Ills voice as to retain it If we con save American Beauty roses from his which they originally placed their orders

board, stood there a moment,, and extended :* "You're a very good: boy, George," well as his words expressed profound enough out of the wreck to Insure father's old-fashioned garden, I could with me. And the delay caused
bis band. Shirley had com she replied, with difficulty repressinga regret but there was no hint of despairor rOIl your customary home comforts, Ihno't undertand It but an Infernal blackberry them further IOHB."
heart-break now. cry, partner. I have a profes- He smoked njedltatlvely for a minute -
- menced a due and formal expression: smile at his blunt but earnest plet Good heavens
h of her gratitude for having been delivered avowal "I am glad the Cardigans Bryce, who up to this moment had Ion to fall back on. Tee, slrrea. I "I told you he was different," she "I've always; been land-poor," he
: safely In Sequoia, when George have such an honest loyal servant" refrained from discussing his father's own a shn> '- kID. and It says I'm an replied. To the Colonel's amazement explnlned apologetically. "Whenever I
o4 Sea Otter spoke: George Sen Otter's dark face lighted misfortunes, drew the old man a little electrical and civil engineer" had Idle money, I put It Into timberIn
"Here comes John Cardigan" lie with a quick smile. "Now you pay closer to his side. "What!I" I II the Sun Hedrln watershed, becauseI
1 meld me," he replied and returned to the "Whnfs wrong with your eyes, pal?" i I "I said !t. An electrical and civil .L... realized that some day tile railroad
"Drive Miss Sumner around to Colonel he queried. lie did not often address engineer/: Slipped one over on you at would build in from the south, tap
h' Pennlngton's house" Bryce ordered car.The dour opened, and a Swedish his parent after the fashion of most 1, college, John Cardigan, when all the that timber and double Its value. I've
f and even while he held Shirley's maid stood In the entrance) regardingher \ sons, as "Father," "Dnd. or "Pop," I time you thought I was having a good i I not os yet found reason to doubt the

i, Imnd, he turned to catch the flrst stolidly "I'm Miss Sumner" They were closer to" each other than tluie" wisdom of my course ; but"-he sighed
glimpse of his father. Shirley follow Shirley told her. "This Is my maid I'' that, and a rare sense of perfect comradeship i i "Bu.hu-but-" -"the railroad Is a long time coming
z ed his glance and saw a tall powerfully Marcelle. Help her In with the hand- found expression on Bryce's I "It drives me wild to have a man /: I"
I built old man coming down the baggage/: She stepped Into the hall part In such salutations as "jml' ," I sputter at me. I'm an electrical and John Cardigan here spoke of a most
''V i street with his hands thrust a little and called:, "Oolirhooh I Nunky- "partner" and, Infrequently, "old I Illport. civil engineer. I tell you, and my two Important factor In the situation.,, The
In front of him as If for protection dunk i""Ship' ." years of travel have been spent studyIng crying need of the country waif a feederto
: from some Invisible assailant. ahoy ;" An answering call "Cataracts, son," his father answer- { the Installation and construction some transcontinental railroad. By
"Oh my poor old father I" she came to her from the dining room, ed. "Merely the penalty of old age." of big plants abroad. reason of natural barriers, Huiuboldt
I heard Bryce Cardigan J murmur "My across the entrance-hall and an In- "But can't something be done about | "My dear boy I And you've got county was not easily accessible to the
dear old pal I And I've let him grope stant later'ColoneJ Seth Pennlngton It?" demanded Bryce "Can't they be J, your degree?" outside world except from the sea,
at In the dark for two years !I" stood In the doorway "Bless my cured somehow or other" |, "Partner. I have a string of letters and even this avenue of Ingress and

4 1' He released her hand and 'looped whiskers Is that you, my dear" be "Certainly they can. But I shall .' after my name like the- tall of a egress would be closed for days at a
e have to wait until they are completely comet" stretch when the, harbor bar .was ona
t matured and I have become completely I' "You comfort me,\" the old man rampage With the exception of a
I blind ; then a specialist will perform answered Umply.: "I have reproached strip of level fertile land, perhaps fire
an o ruium on my eyes and In all myself with the thought that I reared miles wide and thirty miles long and
probability my sight will be restoredfor you with the sole thought of making contiguous to the seacoast the heavily
4e t4e t- a few years. However, I haven't a lumberman out of you-and whenI Y timbered mountains to the north, east,
given the matter a great deal of consideration saw your lumber business slippingthrough and south rendered the building of a
And I am about ready to iny fingers-" railroad that would connect Humboldt

quit now. I'd like toO, In fuct; I'm "You were sorry I didn't have' a county with the outside world a profoundly
t& tired. profession to fall bask on, eh? Or / difficult and expensive task

1.rt "Oli, but you: can't quit until! you've I were you fearful lest you had raised I "Don't worry, I>ad. It will come,"
seen redwoods the usual rich man's ? If
your again, Bryce reminded son the Brice assured his father "It's bound)
him. "I suppose' It's been along latter, you did not cornpllmenfcme pat r to."
'
time sinew 'ou''e'Jslted rye never forgotten how bard always
) tIle you -
"Yes
but
r"I not In my day And whenIt
Valley of the Giants; your long exile I' strove to Impress me with a
comes, a stronger may own your
I from the wood-goblins has made you a sense of the exact weight of my
San Hedrln
timber and the
reward -
Teld You He Was Different." reap
Ii Jk4I4 trifle gloomy I'm afrnld." as "
1S' /A-t\JJ \ I i responsibility your successor of my lifetime of' labor"
Cardigan "How big are you now?" his father
John tuxldud.
"I havrn'tseen she did not
I appear at all amused Again a silence fell t between them,
'I TPI1T! \\( them In a year and a half', Bryce. queried suddenly "Bryce Cardigan Is a man with the broken presently by the old man.
1 Last time I was up, I slipped betweenthe 'I "Well, sir," Bryce answered, for hisfather's heart and soul of a boy and I think "That was u "uilstol>e-logging In the
logs on that old skid-road and pleasure putting aside his It was mighty sweet of him to share San Iledrln." he observed "I bad my
E like to broke my old fool neck." 1! normal modesty, "I'm six feet two his pie with me. If he had sent roses, lesson that first year, but I didn't
$ iLl Ldj "Pal, It wasn't fair of you to make inches tall, and I weigh two hundred I should have suspected him of tryingto hoed It. It I had abandoned my

me stay away so long, It i had only pounds in the pink of condition. I 'rush me, but the fact that he senta camps there pocketed nay pride, paidColonel
known-If *; had have a forty-elght-lnch cheat with five
remotely suspected blackberry; pie proves that he's Justa I'eimlnglon two dollars for
S j ---" and a half Inches chest-expansion: and natural, simple,< sane, original cltlcen Ills Squaw creek timber and rebuiltmy
"You'd have spoiled everything-of a reach as long us a gorilla's. My -Just the kind of person a girt old logging: road-- I would have
course.. Don't scold me, son You'reall underpinning Is !good, too; I'm not one can have for a dear friend withoutincurring been sate to-day. But I was stubborn
. I have now, and I couldn't bear to of these fellows with spidery legs anda till risk of having to marry I'd the ;
t>>Ined game so long, youknowIdidn't
'? 1 _q send for you until you'd had your barrel-chest I can do a hundred him."
,. want to let that. manPetunlngton
: ...,.... Mme" fling. His trembling old hand crept yards In ten seconds; I'm no slouch The Colonel noticed( a calm little outcame me. It's hard tntf'JIt'b
ka
"'' over and cloned upon his hov's hand. of a swimmer; and at Princeton they smile fringing her generous mouth. trlks -
old 'and
an dog new besides
".YAW. so Ann but free from signs ttl;; say I made football history. He wished he could tell by Intuition,
.o I I'os obsessed with the needof )
r ,.* "Dadl" He Called. \} "It was my pleasure Bryce," be con i "That Is very encouraging, my boy- what she was thinking about-and
4 |M tinued, "and Ever "do : 'what effect protecting your heritage from at-
you wouldn't deny me very. any boxing a wild-blackberry pie
tack In
from the car. "Dad !I" he called. "ItIs' "Why, How Did You Get Here Shir. my choice of sport would you' Re | "Quite a little. I'm fairly up hi the was ultimately to have-upon the value tiny direction"John
r I-Bryce, I've come home to you i ley2" member, lad I never had a boyhood; manly art of self-defense." of his minority holding In the Laguna Cardigan straightened up In

,t . at last" cried, and advanced to greet her, I never bad a college: education, and The old man wagged his head approvingly Grande Lumber company his chair and laid tile tip of his rightindex
'i The slightly bent figure ,of John "Why, bOdid you get here, Shirley the only real travel I have ever bad and they bad reached the a e e e finger In the center of the-palm
(>f his left hand. "Here
r Cardigan straightened with a Jerk ; he was wlien forked the Cardigan home Not until was the situation -
I thought you'd missed the staKe" my way around gate of before he dinner was finished and ,
held out his arms, trembling with She presented her cheek for his kiss. Cape Horn a8 a foremast band and spoke again,, "There'.' a big buck father and son had repaired to the Bryce : The center of my
eagerness and al the car continued "So I did, Uncle but a nice red,haired all I saw then one water and hardship i woods-boss up In I'ennlngton's camp," library for their coffee and cigars did palm represents Sequoia\ ; the end of
c ) on to tile Pennlngton! house Shirley ;young man onamed Bryce Cardigan J /: *; all I've seen since Is my little he remarked Irrelevantly. "He's a Bryce Cardigan advert to the subject my fingers represent the Sun Hedrin
looked back and saw Ilryce folded In found me In distress at lied bluff, world here In Sequoia and In San French Canadian Imported from northern of his father's business affairs. timber twenty miles south Now, If
hi. father's embrace. She did the. railroad built In from the mouth
not
Francisco. | Colonel John
picked me up In his car, and broughtme Michigan by Vennlugton. "Well. CardIgan he declared
however, hear the heart-cry wlMi hers" She sniffed adorably "You've sacrificed' I'nough-too much > I dare say he's the only man In this comfortably "Suppose you start 'at >'ou would win. But If It built In fromGrant'

which the beaten old man welcomed "I'm so hungry," she declared, "and -for me, 1)ad" i I country who measures\ up to you phys the beginning and tell me everything PUNS. Oregon, on tile north
hi. boy. here lam, just In time for dinner. "It pleased' me to give you all the ically. Ue can fight: with his fists right to the end. George Sea Otter from the base of my hand, the terminus
u "Sonny, sonny-oh, I'm so glad I* my name In the pot'" advantage I wanted and couldnt af 'I I and wrestle quite cleverly I'm told. Informed me that 'you've been having of tine line would lie. Sequoia, twenty
you're back. I've missed you. Bryce, "It Isn't Shirley, but It soon will ford until I wns too old and too busyto I His name Is Jules Rondeau and he's trouble "with this Jolvnny-come-lately, miles from your timber In the San
rm 'hII'PPd-I'n' lost your heritage. be. How perfectly bully to have you consider! them Beside It was I top dog among the lumberjacks. They Colonel Pennlngton. Is he the man Hedrln watershed !I"
Oh, sons I I'm old-I can't fight anymore with roe again my dear I And what a I your mother's wish And you have | say he's the strongest man In the who has us where the hair Is Short?" Hryre nodded. "In which event,"
1r I'm blind-I can't see my ene charming young lady you've grownto enjoyed your little run. haven't your* I county. He unlatched the gate. The old man nodded. he replied, "we would be In much the
I
mica I've lost your redwood trees be since I saw you last] he concluded wistfully."I "Folks used to say 'that about me "The Squaw creek timber deal, eh?" same position with our San Hedrin
dV even your" mother's Valley of the why, you've been crying; I 1'ou'-1 have Dad." llryce's great hand once," he continued wistfully. "Ah, Bryce suggested./:/: timber as Colonel Pennlngton la with

Giants. I had no Idea you'd be so glad to. see cloned over the back of his father's If I could have my eyes to see you Again the old man nodded "Too his Squaw creek timber. We would
y t And he commenced to weep for the me again. I I neck; he shook the old man with meet Jules Rondeau I" wrote me all about that. Bryce continned. have the comforting knowledge that
hr' third' time In fifty years. And whoa She could not forego a sly little smileat mock ferocity "Stubborn old lumberjack The front portal of' the quaint old "You had him blocked whichever we owned It and paid taxes: !' on It but

the aged and helplessweep, nothing his egoism. "You're looking perfectly I ,1" be chlde.1. Cardigan residence opened and a way he turned-so effectually; couldn't do a dad-burned thing withIt
!. more terrible Hryco Cardigan mild splendid Uncle Seth she pun John Cardigan shook with an Inward silver-haired lady came1 out on the blocked In tact, that the only pleasure I"
p CO word, but held his father close tied chuckle, for the loving abuse hit porch. and hailed Bryce She was he has derived from his Investment "Rlglit! you are! The thing'to- do.
to his great heart and laid his cheek "And rm feeling perfectly splendid boy had formed a habit of heaping on Mrs. Tully John Cardigan's old housekeeper since Is the knowledge that h, then, ns I viewed the situation. Bryce;
gently against the old man's tenderly By the way who did you say picked him never failed to thrill him. In. and almost a mother to Bryce. owns two thousand acres of tImber was to acquire a body of timber northof
as a woman might And presently, you tip In his carr stlnctlvoly Rryce had realized that "Oh here's my h"yl"! she cried, and wIth the exclusive: right to pay taxes: Sequoia and be prepared for either
from' that silentomnmnlon of spirit "Ilryce Cardigan, Do yon LuowMm tonight obvious sympathy copiously a moment later found herself encircledby on It walk In It, look at It and admire evpr-tnnllty.: And this I did"
each drew strength und comfort. At ?" eXI.reANld0.! not the medicine for Bryce's arms and sainted with ahoa'tJ' It-In fact, do everything except: lot
the shadows fell In John Cardigan'stown "No. we haven't met Son of old his father's bruised spirit : hence he kiss. It, mill It, and realize on his Invest (Continued Next Week)
they went home to the hours on elected to regard the latter's blindness As he stepped Into the familiar en menu It must make him feel like a .

.._UlU._ as a mere temporary annoyance, something trance-hall Bryce paused, raised his bally Jackass." JE. R. Poppell went to iaUaha. see

. '..'- . -to be ..considered. . llglntly.-"... *__.. <. bead and sniffed suspiciously. Jlke a "On the other hand" his father r. Monday on a business trip.








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== BRADFORD cOUNTY TE" RArII, n. RKE. FLORIDA PAGE THREE '

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--- - -- -- -- -- too much for them and they soon gave POPULARIZING SOUTirS CHEAT CHARGE ()Io' WILFUL "DISCHIM-! I the South and thrived on propaganda :
I 'f
I' News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. up the chase and returned. A telephone CROP-THE SWEET POTATO INA1IOX" AGAINST NEGROES: it wa able to get out. \t t.

.. message was sent to St. Augustine 'r.
I The ,
and' deputies with bloodhound S. A. L. and A. C. L. Using Them on Wholesale charges of wilful! discrimination appearance of the photographer
to the ..
i ["Live sTate"Newsl started in pursuit. Their Dinging Cars against negroes at the polls in i I Southern"snap"members!committee to declare caused they the ,' .i .

; I Southern states were anode by representatives I would not nit in a group, the background -

-..u.-...L ,- j "I killed toe old man. Me and an- The railroads of the South are working of the national association of which wall formed by negroes i t-r. I ;
I'' db- ;:a'--; -MJ. other fellow was to have did the job, together to popularize one of the for the advancement of colored I I a large number of whom were '

I Our ; ;: to rob, him. The other fellow didn't finest products of Southern soil, the people before the house census com- crowded into the room. Representative .

__ __ ", show up and I went in and killed him sweet potato. They are spreading the mittee and brought forth vigorous ob.I I! Eswrll left the room, and Representative I'
.. I outer the cash gospel of its jfctions from committee members of''' }
-- h __ '!:;I myself. got $10 reg good qualities and are Larsen informed Chairman f .
A bus line is now in operation between At last "hard times" in I ister." That was the confession made nerving it in the dining cars and at the South. The committee! was considering Siegel he did not intend to leave the .. < ..

Brooksville and Plant City. At fastened its clutch measure has by Tom Brown; a young negro man, the railroad restaurants legislation to reapportion room and would "rame h-. If the .'. 4",

Plant City this bus connects with the sonville commerce.on That some of Jack I arrested Monday afternoon at a suspect Walter J. Johnson, former south congressional representation.The picture was made with the spectator

White Line for passengers desiring togo vessels short tho quota port is six for the killing of aged Albert Florida newspaperman, and who is tint charge made by the asso on hand as a background. The committee .,

to Tampa. the American Ehipping once allocated Chambers, a merchant at Lutz, who now secretary of the Florence (S. C.;) ciation's representatives brought on a finally went onto executive session i .

which includes the five turned Corporation, 1! was killed in his bed in a room ad- chamber of commerce, has sent to the storm of denials and additional charges thus clearing the room, and the 'i.'J

Members of the Flagler Auxiliaryand them by the Jacksonville over to joining the store during Sunday night Tribune the following article whichhe that gathered in volume as the group picture was made ; .

the trustees of the Fluffier hospital Corporation by the shipping Shipping board. The old man's body, with the skull has prepared on the new move- Session progressed and reached its cli- .--- : ,, ',"r '

at St. Augustine, are busy com Whether other withdrawals 'clove by an axe, the bloody weapon ment: max at the close with the appearanceof z

pleting details for the formal open. low is impossible to predict will fol. ,'being on the floor by the bed when "The Southern sweet potato or yam, a photographer to take a group picture DOIISONDobtton : 'r '

ing ceremony of the new Flagler hos- found early Monday morning. seems on the verge of coming into its of the committee, including its -: ::; :
which will I l Jan. 7 '. and Mrs. N. "
pital occur here on Wed. own under a plan of Southern members, witnesses and .,,
nesday. Army aviator will make a double I II I Three carloads of Chinamen passed introduction which has advertising been adoptedby : spectators, of whom a number werenegroes. T. Powell visited l her parent, Mr. and "u .1, "
,
attempt to fly across the United through Pensacola Tuesday enroute the Seaboard Air Line and the Mrs. S. :M.:' Urigger, of Macclonny, 't. )
'
John Clark, former postmaster of States from Florida to California ina from San Fransieco to Key West, Atlantic Coast Line railroads who are When Walter P. White, assistant Saturday i.: , ,

Palm Beach and a well known taxidermist single day on Washington's birthday ''whence they will be taken to Cuba. now using it on their dining care G. secretary of the organization, declared Mrs Bortle Willis, of Salem, is visiting ..'

died Saturday as the resultof war, Feb. 22, it was announced at the They left China more than six weeks A. Cardwell of Wilmington, N C., agricultural that the majority of the white population I her uncle and aunt, !Mr and Mrs. ;

the bite of a harlequin snake. Mr. Jacksonville department. One plane will leave ago, !it was stated, and will not leave nnd industrial agent of the of many Southern communities ! Juseph! Dobbs, of Maker cqunty.Mr '

Clark lived nineteen hours after being another for San Diego/ Culif., and the curs all the way through the United Atlantic Coast Line and J. N. McBride were "lawless Southern member and Mrs. Judson Hurst spent t, :'
bitten by the snake, which is a rare plane will lease San Diego for '' States. They have been on the way the : :;
Jacksonville. of Florence, development agent of committee jumped to their Christmas with her parents, Mr and k:
,
species. reach Both are expected to and continually moving for the past of the Seaboard Air Line. Superin! feet Mrs William Rrannen. of Palestine. i'1I1r.

hours their The destination in less than 24 I eight days in the United States, and tendenta of the dining car services of "I decline to sit silent and let witnesses and! Mrs Oad Dobbs, of Man- t;. '

Taylor McCoy, a negro on the Haile distance is 2,078 miles are under heavy guard. Should any both of these lines have ordered generous make wholesale charges of i.ing\ visited her parentslr.. and -' ,

farm at Arredondo, was shot and kill- of them be not accounted for when supplies of Porto Rico, Nancy slander against one! section of tho Mrs Math Hurjt Saturday and Sun- ,.. .

ed at 1 o'clock Christmas day by another Carter W. Johnson, a traveling they are checked out on the arrival of Hall and other well known commercial United Stales," exclaimed, Representative .

negro reported to be Jule Thomas salesman from Chicago, who died sud ,the American Shipping Corporation, strains of the Southern yams, for the Larsen, democrat, Georgia "Li't day.Miss! Clara Pobbs, of Maker county

asa result of a fight over a woman <,denly in'an automobile! near the Flor- I importers of this sort of labor will beheld preliminary trial of this edible on them confine themselves to facts with 'visited Mini Nita Hurst of this eec .,;
for whom both are alleged to have ida Country Club, near Jacksonville, I accountable to the governmentfor their care in their personal knowledge and not Won Saturday S

been rivals. I is believed to have been a victim of the sum of $600 each, and shouldit "These potatoes will be served especially rest their case upon hearsay reports" !Mrs Hertie Willis and baby spent t

wood alcohol. According to the au- happen that all of them made their on the diners on the mainlines Representatives Bee, democrat, Texas Sunday night with Mr and hire Ar- tt'\ i 4

Another veneer plant is to be located thorities who investigated the case, escape, it would mean a total penalty north and south, where they and Aswell, democrat! Louisiana, lie Dobbs, of Baker county.Joe \+

I in Green Cove Springs; The old Neff Johnson died shortly after drinking of $64,000, for there were 128 in the may be introduced first hand to the seconded their Georgia colleague in Hobbs of Baker attended )
county -
mill site, on the St. Johns river, has which from a bottle containing a beverage three cars of the Southern Pacific line thousands of tourists who annually energetic fashion thu marriage of hill brother, Mar- Sx 1

been purchased and the plant will be "moonshine"had been represented< to him as which passed through. traverse these roads and patronize the Chairman >Siegel at this point interrupted shall Dobhft, lant Sunday afternoon t

located on this site. The site has deepwater liquor. I the diners. Allready the Southern yams to soy that the committeehad A beautiful home wedding\ was solemnized :: i
and several acres of land which Enghteen thousand dollars of are procurable'on the Atlantic Coast decided to let witnesses make
for A man named Brice was killed last $72,000 in cash stolen from the United Line diners travelers their statements and members Sunday' t'v'ningnec, 2 will be ideal drying space report on arriving qUl'S'lIon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Math '
Thursday morning at the Morris mine States destroyer Satterlee in the here after having scanned the them .afterwards. The chairman, Hurst, when their charming

Floyd Gaskins, of Eagle; Lake was I, near Bartow. :Mr. Brice, who was an I Norfolk navy yard Monday was recovered menu of the dining car ho'e'l'r'all often forced to call the daughter, Miss Susie Ella: Hurst young, and
employe of tin mine was !in the switch at Miami Friday and five BUSpects members to order when
accidentally killed Christmas day by "Objection to u.inlthe: Southernyam they protested
) Mr. Marshall Dobbs, of linker county -
Terry Lameraux, aged eleven. The line and his attention wus drawn to I arrested. The arrests were made on the diners was found first by against letting statements of witness were united In the holy bonds of +
hunting and in an engine on the tracks, when a loose when the five suspects, all apparently the superintendents on the ground es pass unchallenged.
boys were going some matrimony Rev Archie Ruis odlclatIng.
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way a rifle in the hands of the younger: car, sent down the track by the engine I I former seamen, appeared at the oflfce that the Northern tourists would demand Charges (If ,disfranchisement of negroes ,
discharged the bullet struck him from behind, cutting of the express company to claim a the dry Jersey and New England : in thu South also wore made by
boy was penetrating The bride! was 1 lovely in a neat coat -
oft both legs.! 'He died I in about thirty package containing the ''money, andwhll.'h J. 'W 'hI..n Johnson of the
the head. Gaskins only liveda I ofWalter yam instead of the sweet juicy secretary suit of dark blue serge, with a waistof ky
in the
minutes was consigned name Southern association, who paid his organization
few minutes. I yam Mr. Caldwell was able bended georgette silk, hat and dshoes
Johnson. Each of the men arrested had been formed eleven to
to convince them that the 'Southern years ago
I to match The a
L. M. Brazier and J, H. Sail, farm- Mattie Williams, a negress wa' I I is under the age of 21 and have varieties are worth trial and thin Introductory work for equal\ political rights for ni- suit of dark blue groom wore 'I,. i4
the Sat-
ers were killed at an early hour Wed- brought to Fernandina Monday and I been identified as seamen on effort is due largely to his groen throughout the nation The groom Is the son of Mr, and
Miami
nesday morning when they were driv- tried before the county judge on a I, terloe when in was in recently the I personal interest and persistence ItepieHentutlve Lumen rejoined with Mrs.\ Joe Dobbs, of linker county and ,
The received their training at
ing through: to St. Augustine; broke charge of murder, having killed her 'naval men air training! Miami during the "T. II. Young, of Florence, who is the' iiRHertion that the ulIIIOI'lation'UI the bride U 'the charming daughter '

through the a temporary husband near Brycevillc, December received I, secretary of the South Carolina white men and ne of Mr. nnd Mrs.\ Math Hurst, of this
Detective Starling a
bridge across halocanal thn the Hastings Sfith woman a double barrel shot gun. I tip war.that a portion of the money stolenhad en mtuclCtimerand Association, hall "dim coedintonet6uPNe i :prim rice back bt'l'amoA't'nerlll to section. Their many friend. wish them '

road, and were et killed by The was discharged as it was I Miami consignedto attention in this a long nnd proripcrous married life.
the fall or were drowned.A brought out in the testimony that her been sent to In and with rection also. He is one of the pioneers In the South where he said They will make their home In I'aker
Walter Johnson
husband had attacked her with a gun, company i nthe promotion of the sweet potato the negro ,'ate'as a mot'ketablu commodity county. d

draft horse owned by the American shooting at her twice and having failed other, detectives office and they had not went waited to the long express industry in South Carolina. With his The association, he lidded, Marshall |)obbs was a business visitor -

Railway Express company, of to end her life in that manner at- before four young men appeared, one associates, he has built in Florenceand maintained secret: agents throughout i, to ItlllfI'd Thursday afternoon.

Gainesville, was killed Wednesday af- tacked her with a knife. .standing on the sidewalk, one in the Timmonsviile two 20,000 bushel i '' Mrs Marie Dobbs. visited her son,
i offices other of Interest
sweet curing and houses and places
potato storing rt
ternoon when it rain into a live wire ; door and two approached the desk and Archie, of Kulford Wednesday after-
that was blown down by the storm, John Wright! 1C. was accidentallyshot addressed to which will prove an Immense impetus tourists In trying' the Southern potato noon. I
asked for
package ,
with shotgun the Orange a to the industry in this territory. dishes on the dining car during their "'
the current short circuiting throughthe ; I a on Johnson. In a moment they were all The people of this section were sad.denod ..
Park load near Jacksonville Wednesday "The potential value of this method trip. It may include also newspaper of \Mr
animal's body and putting .an instant under arrest and taken to the police I' to hear of the death Acy
in the Riverside of direct introduction can hardlybe advertising in sections from which
morning and died
end to its life. I station. The package contained $18- Hranncn ,of Lake Ilutler W.'dnl.8dayaflt'l'noon ,
hospital Thursday. The shotgun was estimated, in the opinion of leadersof thousands of tourists come South:! every ,' .

Mrs. L. F. Chesser,'of. Sebastian, is accidentally discharged! by a cousin 000. the sweet potato industry in South winter." -----. ---

in a serious condition as the result of of the young man. The hoys at the I .NKW Rh\<;; BLACK JEWSA Carolina In the first place, as Mr. .,

the accidental discharge: of a revolver time were walking along the road. on -, Caldwell believes, the Southern yam (Pile Cured In 6 to 14! Days i ',
I Oo
with which she was tampering prep- a hunting trip and the contents of the Colony) Claims Descent From will be prepared where the typical Drudfllnn refund rnnnrv If TAZO OINTMENT': They Together. t
Negro Southern and ul cure luhlnil. Blind 3lr dlntt I'nilruilliiH, Ha who would gather row rots)
struck the Wright hoy in the style recipes are employed -
doing some practice shoot- gun Esau and i'Ile..l::
aratory to : iinniinly laiiuvni I lirhlnn I'llio. you
ing with the weapon. The bullet en- stomach He was rushed to the hospital and known. Then it will be return! s ledD ultul tli: tint audc.ur 1 '; + not fear thorn

tered just above the heart, rangingtoward and every effort madn to.save/ hiq New Yoik-This iI! a queer' town served in the Southern atmosphereand / L r
shoul- life. Both boys are members of well with the proper other: dishes. It
and lodging in the left and strange things happen here-for
will be in the South and this
expected
der., known Duval county families instance the operations of a small

-- four children Mrs Eli Witt, a Tampa woman group of negroes who assert they are. It expectation will reach will directly lie supplied.hundreds Finally of Kill That Cold With
f J. A. Baker, wife and I' block two blocks three; I saw no Jewish
have arrived at Fort Myers at the end ( proved full match for a burglar! ond fares./ Everybody was block. thousands of potential consumers in Jai
automobile of held I him at the point of /u pistol until a territory''which the Southern yam .
t of the journey by more Eventually: Mr. Levitin met the secretary \L
miles. They from police officers arrived and took him !in who has never been} able to get into and +
, than 6,000 came I of the society, a negro, .
I Oyen, Alberta, 225 miles north of the charge. The burglar! was discovered told him that the Black Jews were will educate them to its superiority."The .

+\ boundary between Montana and the ', hiding in n closet] when :Mrs Wit's descendant of Esau, the oldest son chances for the success of this

1 Dominion, and 200 miles north of ; mother pulled a dress from, the hook. of Father Isaac He was further informed introductory effort arc very great. CASCARA QUININE .
He to grab her and she icream- Mr. Cardwell believes hundreds of | \
i Medicine Hat, the Canadian weatllerbureau's tried! that the white Jews are onlydescendants
blizzard factory. | ed. Mrs. Witt rushed to her aid and of Jacob, who got his position thousands! of Northern travelers, who

I I forced thp mum to throw up his hands in Jewish history over a tradein hwo spent the winters in Florida, FOR AND

Delivering lettuce by airplane is the ,' and hollinlhim: covered until the police some bread and pottage. He was have become acquainted with the Colds) Coughs OM\O La Grippe I

latest in the line of quick service now were notified and their arrival. told that the society was officered by Southern<< varieties of the yam and ,

being carried on in Florida.< The Duy- ,'I twelve men, each of whom bears tho have, acquired a fondness for the cnn- Neglected Colds are Dangerous : ti.

tona News says that'a fine lot of let- I' Whut is intended to be the !greatest title of thief. "It was admitted that dyliko Southern sweet potato. Such Take no chances. Keep thin. standard remedy handy for the flrnt .n...., \ '
life Is will be pleaded to find this
tuce wan recently brought: to the editor I museum in the world of sea there was a loader, but "outside people persons/ cAld : +
in :Miami real Southern' article on the menu Break up a In 24 linur Ruliovin '
to the public 1Ii +
from Sanford, through: the air and to be opened have recognized -cannot see him yet. when they go into the diners on their Grippe :3 duy -Kxcollont for llomlicli 1 "r: i

delivered in fine order, after a thirty. ,i flecauie scientists that lave the The Hebrew settlement society wall trip North or South. Also they will Quinine in this form doss. not affect tb. linad-Caacara la b.at TonicLaxative i t
water?
two minutes spin over the tree tops. I i that the v'arm Florida afford the organi/.ed here In America some thirty enjoy interesting their friends and -No Opiate in Hill'a.ALL : >
shores of southern / yeurs-five years ago by a man who
-
The'state of Florida will get a large best haven in the world for on abundant the membersnay cornea from the east fellow travelers who may not know DRUGGISTS SELL IT I''
Southern in this
assemblage of ma- thn sweet potato new ,
varied ,
amount of war trophies and devices asa and of Jerusalem, is black and was the dish.
result of a distribution of such material rine life this new aquarium\ and biological chief of the apostles. An amazing
ordered byconl'ress. laboratory has been established feature of the society IB that Its ,members "If the venture proves the success
be
that is about to
The legislation !is in the Ofli./ .'iuls of the !Miami aquarium believe not only in the Mo.sal that Mr. Cardwell, Mr Young and f
naturalists others believe it will, It will mean a
final stage of conference and it is expected association and visiting,, law but also In Jesus. They are, they
will be completed in time fora from nil vcr the world are to inspect<<: Bay, the "Whole Jews," following both tremendous! impetus for the Southern w
facilities before swret potato industry, as anyone may
their
and
tho buildings the old and new testam'nt..RaymondG.
Christ-
distribution shortly after
the formal openings.A Carroll in the Philadelphia Public readily see. It will be open markets MtAri*
mas. Ledger, in u territory which has been closed to

I a convict while at work on -- the Southern sweet potato for many
Miss Emily negro
Mrs. Henry kramer and north of Bunnell Cause years.
Highway ana Influenza
the Dixie Colds
, Kramer of New Brunswick, N. J, white over the "Very likely steps will be taken
Woodow, ,
Guard remove thitauM.
when hit LAXATIVE DROMO QUININE Tablet
were drowned Friday afternoon his riflo further by the sweet potato associations OX3
shovel, grabbed "Oromo Culfllre.!
with .
ridIng head a There Is only ana
+ the automobile in which they were shoulder .. of the Southern states to -
and shot him through the right C.; W. GROVE'S Ilfn.", on tax KM.ASTArihMiVS popularize
Petersburg
St. .
I ran off a bridge near and another convict the venture by an extensive advertising -
Thln'l1'ro
, Henry Kramer husband and Two of the system. This may consist _
their escape
I brother, who was driving, was rescued then made given pistols and EXPERIENCE of attractive brochures for distribu- 'mad of the
other convicts were Small size Mlchollna arc *
He was taken to a hospital considered, where it lIer.IoUI. is. sent !in pursuit of the escapes but the tion on the diners, at the railroad tick- ",-. -- sane quality materials, by the .....

said his condition is rifle fire from the fleeing convicts was careful workmen. In the name modern e.
1'tf0? Can you doubt the evidence of A Rat Breed 6 to 10 Tim/ en a Year, factory that have made Michelin

thin Starke citizen? Averaging 10 Young to a Litter Ring-shaped Tube and other Michelle -
Remember this act as soon as you
You can verity Htarke, ondontement. product famous.t .
see the first rat. Get a pkg. of RAT
,

I Read this: Stroyer.

O. J. Griffin prop of grinding mill form, no mixing. Mummifies! rat after

and cotton gin N. Walnut St., Staike: killing-leaves no smell. Cat or dog t \ uSMITH'S

says: "A few years ago: I was hav won't touch it. 3 sizes, 35c, fi5e, $1.25. tqt
Is
It
Calomel Is a dangerous drug. tag considerable trouble with my Sold by D. C. Jones, Starke.-Adv.

mercury-quicksilver; and attacks your back and kidneys. My back became

calomel to- and it didn't take lDJIHMIlImDlOOJIUm >?12
bones. Take a dose of nasty sore and painful GARAGE
will feel weak, sick and nau- much to cause It to twitch. I foil COFFINS & CASKETSAnd .
and
day you day'swork. achy and wore la every muscle or Starke Fla. .
Don't lose a Full Line of .
tomorrow. kidneys a ,
. seated my body and the way my
t: acted proved they were In a weuk- Undtrtahmrt' Supplied
.
_.
cued condition I took Donn'n Kid- -'--

ney Pills and got( lmmu
Liver Tone" Instead Boon the trouble entirely dlttappuar- Always on hand. The best service -

Take "Dodson's ed. I have bad no recurrence of the at the lowest prices. Special Big Reduction In Prices You will make a mistake

Ask back to tb .tor* and get your money.: complaint shoe" attention to telegraph or- If you order your fertilizer -

Her. my guarantee!of Dodson'i your Take a .noonful of harmle, T g" l'ricIIe i at ,ill/ dealer Don't era. Registered Embalmer. : without getting our new price lists!!!, Just Issued. Plentyof

aniggirt for a bottle tonight. table Do&ion'i LITer Tone tonight and limply ask for a kidney remedy-get!: Materials, prompt shipment. Order' now. Fertilizers Insecticide
Liver Tone ana take spoonful feeling STcd. It'. perr. 11' Doan's Kidney Pill* the same that C. JONES
DeWTIT
liver wake up *, Sprayers Poultry Supplies.E. .
If it doesn't start your iI" 16 to TOUl' children !Mr.\ Crllbn had. Fonter-Mllburn (10..

and straighten you right up better hArmleAl.'o t: te. It. Call" ..UTate, Iq Jd Mfrn.. Buffalo, N. Y. STARKE.. FLA. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO. ..

than calomel and without griping or them anT wt 1II11t.hi11g afterwsrdl oII jmn WlllWWiliJDll/Jl1mm .I JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA

making you tick I want you to go ,


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