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: November 25, 1921
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04626
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Subscription: -Per Year, $2.00; Sir Months. $1.00.-Payable in Advance E. S. Matthews, Editor and Proprido'VOLUME .
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I Brooker, Nov. 25.-Rev. S. S. Proctor '
Known Naval Stores Operator Nov. 19.-R. K. Russell filled his regular appointment here Miss Peek's
John State ilia Position Lake Butler Nov. 21*--The case I patriotic entertainment
I Mr. S. It. Week assistant! superintendent of Southeastern 0 Saturday and Sunday at the Missionary I
I With Reference to the Matter against former Governor Sidney J.Catts. Was III for Several Monday evening was a marked success ?
charged with having accepteda Express Company, spent today Baptist church. from the time the orchestra
I Starke-Fla.. Nov. 19, 1921. bribe while governor of Florida to Henry Hartrldge Elarbee 55 yearsof at Hampton arranging express transportation Mr. and !Mrs.\ R. T. Ontccn spent the I struck their first notes until the "Star '
died afternoon at of berries and other' perishable week-end with relatives at Graham. '
yesterday Spangled Banner"as
i S Matthews influence granting of a pardon went age, sung as last
I Hon. E.Fla. over today until the spring term of his home 133 West Fourth street after products by iced cars to the Mrs. I. W. Pinholnter and Edna number. The stage was elaborately #
I Starke, Sir: Returna from the Union county circuit court the third an illness of several weeks. The Northern markets from this point. Baxter spent Saturday' at Alachim. decorated with flags and pine boughs, ". ,
My for deceased was a prominent naval These cars will\ be hauled the entire R. A. Weeks spent Wednesday, attending and made beautiful Aa'
election of the 15th for bond Monday in May 1922. Motion I a setting for the x
special I friendsin 'route by fast trains reducing time in to business In Jacksonville.
al appearing in the Issue of the delay was made by Mr. Catts' stores operator and his many children and several .
trustee of the 18th would indicate I counsel who said the defense did not Jacksonville and throughout the transit several hours and transportation Chester Andreu of New River, was grown person. who look part on the k
I your paper active candidate for one have sufficient witnesses present. entire state will be deeply grieved to charge at least 60 per cent. C. a visitor here Saturday afternoon. program.An .
that the I was honors an or in other words ac- There was no objection by the state. learn of his death. He had been a A. Durling, one of the largest grower Lula !Mae and Mana Andreu 1Il'nttht' orchestra composed of S. E.Ritch .
Itively of opposing you. The object of resident of Jacksonville for the past and shippers of berries in this purl week-end with relatives ut New: clarinet; C. M. Baker, cornet;
note is merely to request you to Pensacola, Nov. 22.-With the postponement 13 years. of the state together with Capt.: N. River.: Mrs. M. L. Smith violin and Mrs. E. ,
I this correct such an impression through of the state's case against Mr. Elarbee was a well known Mason T. Ritch, Mayor L. A. Davis, and J. n.I Messrs. P. M. Barefoot and Eldon K. Perrymun, piano delighted the audience -
I the columns of your paper.I ex-Governor Sidney J. Catts at Lake being a member of Bradford I Williams, of Starke, met Mr. Russell Baxter Mrs. I.V.. Pinholster<< and with u number) of well chosen
I was in my place of business dur- Butler yesterday it now seems cer Lodge No. 35, F. & A. M., of Starke. i here and made arrangements for the Inez Abernathy spent Thursday attending selections
Benido' widow he is survived by handling of the berries grown in the the fair in Jacksonville.Mrs. \
8 lint election day and took no part in tain that he peonage charges againstthe a I Miss Peek gave thin beautiful con
I the election in any way. ex-Governor returned here by the three sons, Hubert H. Elarbee of Cor- I Starke 'section to be loaded at Hampton Jno. Shriver and son, Lewis (..t'rtll1I1t'r the auspices of the local
I Recognizing the fact that it is an late grand jury In the United States dele Ga., Herbert L. Elarbee and Henry i which will swell the shipmentsfrom spent Friday afternoon in SUrke. 'v. C. T. U., and was assisted in training .
I American voter's privilege to vote for (court will be heard at this term. The II. Elarbee, Jr. of Jacksonville, i Hampton[ by two to four hundred Lottie Gainey spent the week-end the children by Mesdames J. F.
I his choice and one's privilege of arraignment of the ex-Governor officially and one brother T.V.. Elarbee of I cars next season. with friends near Starke. Kickliter John Uglow II. M. Snyder, '
I course, to write his'choice on the tick- notified the court today that the Tampa, and four sisters. I The farmers of this section came Chesley Fogg, of Graham was attending F. A. S'nlllllld G. C. Sweat. The sale
[ et if he cares to, if I did not, and if I state cases had been postponed and Funeral services will be held at the together last Saturday with an old to business here Saturday af of tickets amount to $40.
residence at 3:30: o'clock this afternoon time basket dinner that none others ternoon.
[ had cared to, it would have been a that they would have their former
i physical impossibility to have stopped governor client here next week for Rev. W. L. C. Mahon, pastor of except tho farmers can furnish. There !Mrs. G. "'. Lewis, of Starke spent I HAMPTONHampton {"
f it. I merely kept hands off. trial. I the Main street Baptist church offi were addresses delivered by II. C. the week-end here with friends.
Bates of Atlanta II. C. Albin of !Mm.\ J. E. demons spent last weekIn
In a previous issue of your paper I elating. Nov. 25.-J. II. Weaver, t.r
| you stated I had withdrawn from the SAMPSON CITY The pallbearers who are requestedto Valdosta C. M. Tyler, of Jacksonville Jacksonville.W. of Jacksonville, Is the guest of Mr.
race in the interest'of harmony which meet at the parlors of Marcus Co- I and local speakers.' The objectof Andreu of New River was H and Mrs. E. J. howling this week
was a fact and I am sure you will Sampson City Nov. 25.-Messrs. C. nant at 3 o'clock will be, Frank Johnson i the meeting was a co-operative organization visitor to our town Friday afternoon. Mrs W. P. flirt und children, Mar. ,
1 agree with me that the information B. and Roy Roberts of Graham pass- J. H. Powell J. C. Powell Henry I of the farmers this sec Henry McDnvid l. of Cooler Pond, vin and Florrio Belle of Alachua ?
[ or lack of information, on the fact of ed through here tnroutc to Lake. Butler Blount J. H. Brannen Dr. N. W. tion of the state for the purpose ofgrowlnll' was visitor here Saturday.Vera county, were the guests of friends and
i the returns as appearing in your issue Sunday. Francis W. A. Williams and Edward more and better fruits and Surrcncy of LaCrosse, was In relatives Sunday
[ of the 18th leaves me in an em- I. L. Ogden and son, Marvin were Fleming. The Interment will be in I, vegetables for the'' market thereby town Tuesday afternoon. Dr. Biggs, of Starke, was a professional -
enabling them to establish ideal home Inca Abernathy bus been, on the sick
I barrassing position to say the least callers here Sunday. Evergreen cemetery.The I visitor here this week
i and I hope you will correct the im- Miss Mamie Hall has returned from above is from Monday's Times. markets for the fine quality of produce list W. E. Hutchinson has returned
pression. Palatka where she has been a guestof Union. H. H. Elarbee came to Starke that grows so abundantly on our R. W. Sui-rency of Graham passed From Jacksonville where he has been
[ Yours truly her sister Mrs.! T. C. Thomas. about 1898, and was one of the first I rich loam soils. The final meeting for through our town Sunday. ho guest of his daughter Mrs. Crirhoe. '
j S. R. JOHNS. Prof. Revels principal of Graham to bring the turpentine industry to completing this organization will beheld Lewis Shriver spent Sunday afternoon "'
school was here Saturday. this county. After being succeededby at Hampton November 26th. with friends in Luke Butler. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. McDonald Mrs. t
S BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES Dogan Nabb spent a few days last the Powell-Smith Company he I Mr. T. R. Upton of the L. J. Up Mr. McDuvlil and family of Moun- Mary Geiger and Mrs. Lillian Wain- fi
week in Jacksonville.The founded Elarbee station, starting a ton Company of Norfolk Vu., was in teocha spent Sunday hero ut the homeof right were visitors in Waldo Sunday.
i The pastorate of Dr. J. J. Bullen G. S. & F railway carpentersare turpentine still there. Later he moved j this et'dl<)Friday and Saturday clearing Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Beville. Dr. Campbell of Sturke, was a pro. "
opened last Sunday in the Baptist here repairing the section house to Jacksonville. His many friends contracts for growing potatoesfor John Piriholtitcr of LaCrosse, spent 'cHHJonal visitor here this week
[ church and appreciative audiences es. here deplore his demise and extend Northern markets. Sunday here. Messrs. J. F. Ilouser and F. E. Henry -
t greeted him morning and evening. Ev- Mrs. I. T. Thomas is visiting her their sympathy to his mourning family. Hampton is highly elated over the Miss Ruby I'MwimU: of Bradford, are' planting twenty thousand
[ en the Sunday school had the spirit daughter of Brooker. fact that the Suwannee River Special was a vistior here Monday. strawberry plants this week. Rich returns -
| of the occasion, the scholars turning Messrs. Hogan Smith and Van Williams I the new Southern. train from Cincinnati Mr. and Mr*. G. B. Coition and son, are expected from them! all the
| out in such numbers as to push the made a business trip to Starke LAWTEYLuwtey to the west coast of Florida la Resale, were in LaCrosse Sunday uf- soil Is well adapted] and the shipping
I attendance up towards! the 150 mark. Monday. I making good and is extremely popular ternoon.A. 'ncil'tirs unequnled.
j The spirit of hopefulness and helpfulness Messrs. Lynk Williams and Char Nov. 25.! -Miss Rachel with tho traveling\ public. Hnmp- B. Surrency spent tho latter Among the recent arrivals to our
I pervades all departments of lie Smith of Hawthorne made a visit Boyer returned to Jacksonville Wed- ton, with sixteen passenger<< and some part of last week with relatives in progressive town are J. II. Parker
1 the work of the church which will here Sunday afternoon. nendaynesday! after spending several twenty freight trains daily is some Brooksville, and Plant City. and family of Cumpvllle\ W. Bishop
I find fruitage' in good works. Duggar Jones spent Sunday at Hamp days here at the home of her parents railroad liurg. Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Andreu and and family of Johnstown. e
| The services on Sunday next prom. ton.Mr. I Rev. and Mrs. E. I). Boyer. I Market gardening in thin section Is children spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Harper, Mr. and
I ise to be of a helpful nature. Bible and Mrs. W. C. Hunt are visiting Mrs. E. D. Saylcs left Monday for I going with a hum and plans for the relatives at New River. Mm." E. C. William and Mrs. J. D.
I school at 9:45: with classes for all relatives in Bell for a few weeks.S. Brndentown where she will spend several largest crop in the history of the Mrs. R. J. Oliver und daughters: I'ry and 1 children attended the fair in
I ages. B. Brown of Jacksonville is visiting days with relatives.Mr. county are being made for next Mamie and Cantey spent the weekend JiifkHinivillu lust week
5 Divine worship at 11:00: when the relatives here for a few days. and Mrs. E. E. Burney. and Mrs.II. spring.. hero at the home of I. W Pin- Mrs, Josephine Sullivan attended
I pastor will preach on "The Model Mrs. M. Varnc spent Saturday and R. Sapp went to the fair in JaCk- holder, Jr. 'church ut Theresa Sunday '
1 Church." This will be found in Acts Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. N. Warrenof sonville Wednesday TEACHING CHILDREN TO SAVE' Jim Mott of Worthington, was attending Clifford Kiilch, of Philadelphia Is >
2:42.: All members are urged to bo Palatka. Geo. L. Futch was transacting business to business here Monday. the guest of his father Win. Kalch
I present at this service. Miss Myra Varnes of Starke, was in Starke Wednesday I I What better incentive;; can be givena J. C. Cone and family spent Sundayat this week,
i An evangelistic service will be held the guest Saturday and Sunday of B. Perkins was a business visitorto child to learn the advantages\ of the home of J. V. Edward, of P. J. Pearce attended! the district
1 in the evening beginning at 7:30. Dr. Miss Ethel Varnes. Jacksonville Monday. I I thrift than for the father' or mother Bradford.Rev. conference of the Methodist church at
I Bullen will preach on "Wonderful Mrs. A. V. Varnes of Starke, spent Enoch Griffis and son, Alonzo, andA. to start an account for the youngsterin Joyner of Dukes, will fill bin. Gainesville this week. "
1 Words of Life." a few days with her son, R. Varnos M. Blanchard attended the fair In I the postal savings? When the do- regular appointment here next Saturday \Mr. Upton "of Norfolk Vu., has been
B The public is cordially Invited to of Palatka.A Jacksonville last week. posits to the child's credit have reached und Sunday at the Free Will Baptist has. been in our town this week making w
I these services. When you come bring candy pulling was given at the Mrs. W. E. Torode spent from Thurs the sum of f 20, the money can be church.C. arrangements with the farmers to
E another, especially the children. home of Miss Mana Brown Saturdayand day to Sunday' with relatives in Jack made to.earn more interest by investing S. McClellan has moved bin family plant ]large it was well attended. Those from sonville.C. this amount with a few extra to Bradford. Huh potatoes ti
| YOU ARE INVITED out of town were Messrs. Frank and A. Dinkins of Dunnellon, was nickels added in one of the new $25 Carl and Roswell Ward who I spent All farmers and business men of A
Violas Reynolds Duffle Abernathy the guest Sunday of his brother Chaa I treasury savings certificates bearing last week In Savannah returned here Hampton art requested to meet at the
i To attend the series of meetings to Ed Yarber Jesse and Marvin Ogden, Dinkins. the portrait of Theodore Roosevelt Monday. city hall Saturday afternoon for the yr
|be held at the Presbyterian church of Graham and Orie and Rex, of Mrs. J. W. Barber was a visitor to which will be Issued by the treasury Mrs. J. B. Thomas and daughter, purpose[ of completing the work which ;
|from Nov. 27th to Dec. 11th; inclu- Brooker. Jacksonville Wednesday.Miss department. toward the end of the Rhoda of Ziff" were visitors here Sat- wall Hurt.14 Nov. 12lh. Prominent p
|sive. Remember the words of the Mrs. A. V. Varnes of Starke spent Mary Boyer visited relativesin year. urday. speaker from elsewhere will be pres
|prophet hoses: "It is time to seek the week-end here with relatives. Jacksonville first of the week. America will no longer be considered The B. Y. I'. U. elected officers Sun
|the Lord, till lIe come and rain righteousness J. R. Eddins of Gainesville, was a Dr. Edward Smoak and family of a nation of spendthrifts if parents day night; as follows: ent.G.. W. Hick who has been In Wal f'
upon you." And the wordsof visitor here last week.TKAMMELL'S Tampa were guests for several day of today use the necessary precautionto President, J. D. Baxter. do several days returned to his homo t
Isaiah"Seek: ye the Lord while lie of Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Brown. see that their children-the citiZens Vice J>President Claude Croby. Tuenduy. .
Emay be found, call ye upon Him while : GOOD WORK Mrs. J. B. Rowe was a visitor to of tomorrow-are not allowed to Secretary, Edna Baxter. Mr. Butler Is spending this week
tile is near." Let us forget our party Jacksonville Wednesday grow wasteful and extravagant. Teach Corresponding Secretary, Mrs. Jon with friends ut Graham.M. .
names and wait on the Lord in Chris. "The news received of an early reduction E. R. Allison of Green Cove was them the many advantages of thriftin Shriver. J. Robert, of Hahira Ga., was
itian, fellowship. Come let us sing of ten per cent in freight a visitor here Monday. their young and tender years. It Qulzz Leader T. B. Pinhnlster.! the guest of his. sinter Mrs. 'II. B.
Band pray and labor together. "BeKhold rates on citrus fruits and all farm W. E. Torode and ohn S. Andrewswere will grow to he the best habit they Chorister Inez Abornathy. Perplex, Sunday.
the Lord's hand is not shortenedthat products is indeed gratifying: to me," in Jacksonville Thursday. have when life's responsibilities come. Captain Group 1, Eunice I'. M. Geiger was a business visitor
) it cannot save: neither His ear states Senator Park Trammel), who Alex Howe, of Galneuvlle, was the Thrift will teach them the value of Captain Group 2, Mr*. I. W. Pin- I here Saturday
heavy that it cannot hear." Let us has been unusually active for some guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. 0, every penny; the wonderful growing; holster. Miss Ethel: Hunt visited friends In
give the meeting the right of way time trying to bring about a reduce Smith. power of money. It will\ teach your Mettllr\ R. T. Osteen E. T. Stewart JackHonvillo Sunday.
labile it lasts. tion in freight rates. Senator Tram Mrs. Lacy Griffin of Manning, spent child self-r(-Iiance and bring self-re and G. B. Colson spent Monday attending Miss| Elizabeth Rowe of Jackson
Yours in His service. mell! says that while this reduction is several days in Lawtey last week spect. If you start a postal saving to business In Starke.J. ville visited friends here Sunday.Mr. .
B DAVID LANDER. not as much as it should be it will guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. account today or invest in a $25 or C. Cone spent Monday transact and Mrs.! I' B. Hunt were the
r assist toward relieving the people of John Mann. $100 treasury savings certificate, ing: business In Lawtey.A. guests of their daughter Mrs. C. P.
i METHODIST his state of the present exorbitant Robert Blanchard was a visitor to which yield interest at 4 per cent A. Hazen has purchased a Ford Sasser, of Valdosta, Suutrduy.
a K Sunday school, 10 a. m., L. A. Davis freight rates. This proposed reduc- Jacksonville Wednesday and Thurll- quarterly if held until maturity you car. Miss Wilma Alexander attended the
uperintendent. tion and the repeal of the government day.Dr. will teach the child to assume hi* responsibility Menzie Kelly, of New River, wan a state fair last Saturday. .
Preaching service 11 a. m. Subject tax on freight and passenger and Mrs. J. II. Carrodine were of citizenship by helping visitor here Sunday at the home of H. B. Wiggins, of Starke was looking -
Four Sermon on Prayer." charges which repeal Is in line with visitors to Jacksonville] the first partof to finance bill government. his grandmother Mrs. S. J. Kelly.E. after his property here this week.
E Epworth League 6:45: p. m., Miss the fight made by Senator Trammel!, the week. That small start may tie, the first B. Andreu has moved his familyto Prof. Duvul tins been a visitor to
Hilda Struth will mean a reduction about fifteen Rev. E. D. Boyer filled his regular vacated by II.
president rung In the ladder of success in your the cottage recently Newsom Witt of Miami was a visItor -
H Preaching at 7:80 p. m. Subject per cent in freight on citrus fruits appointment at the Lawtey Baptist boy's business life. It will bring your L. Lewis, and Wallace Crews of Bradford here this week. He left Mondayfor
The Value of the Soul." vegetables and other farm products church Sunday.T. daughter an understanding of money has moved his family in tho An. Wauchula where he will visit his
H Prayer meeting Wednesday 7:30 produced In Florida. Senator Tram- J. Terry spent two or three daysin values that will make her an econo- dreu cottage. parents before he returns to his home
m. mell vigorously opposed and voted Jacksonville last week. mical housewife some day, a blessing F. 8. Gainey and family of LaCrosse Mr. Dover and family of Charlotte
M. L. SMITH against the present railroad law under W. E. Torode was a visitor to Baldwin with rela-
4; and help to her husband and family. spent N. C., are guests of Mr and Mrs. M.
Pastor. which the railroads have been Sunday.J. tives.
L. Wttttorson this week.
making such high freight and passenger C. Cone of Brooker, was trans- O. T. Nelson of Saxton, was in Percy and Herman Moody who Mrs. I. J. Priest Is spending thi
CARD OF THANKS charges and was probably the acting business In Lawtey Monday.C. : Starke Saturday. spent the week-end In Starke passed week at Melrose, guest of relativesand
first member of either branch of congress R. Sapp of Starke, was here through here Monday enroute to their
H The W. C. T. U. desire to most sinHjprely that began an active effort fora Monday to vote in the town election. L. H. Hill C8. home at LaCrosse. friend -
thank Miss Peek for her work reduction in freight rates and for The annual election of officers for For marshal and collector-E. E. M. D. Harrcll of LaCrosse, passed Jim KickhU-r has been spending a
HB director of the splendid concert the repeal of the government tax on the town was held Monday and
passed Burney 33; V. R. Reddish, 47. through here Friday enroute to the few day In Jacksonville this week.
Hivcn Monday evening. Also to exKress transportation charges. He has done off very quietly. About DO votes were There were a few scattering votes county lIeat.Jlolran .
their thanks and appreciationthe all that he could to force the freight, cast, as follows: for unannounced candidates. Smith, of Sampson was a day afternoon here.
> Telegraph for the artistically reduction and to have the tax discon For mayor-A. .Jlarle,., 22; R. K. Quite a large number of membersand business visitor here Friday.R. 'Card of Thank
Inrrinted, programs and to all those! tinued. Thede, 49. friends of the Baptist church H. Green spent last week In We take this method of expressing
'g who helped in any way to make theDftnccrt For two council mon_R, M. Tracey, went on the war path Monday evening Jacksonville thanks to those who assisted us In
a success. When, the unexpected happens most 59; W. H. Edwards, 36; E. B. Wells, and pounded Rev. and Mrs. E. D. Mr Scarf of Cross City spent Sunday the sickness and death of our dearly
B MRS. F. A. SCOTT people Immediately find that they 0 52. Boyer with a lot of goodies.: A very o afternoon here with friends. beloved. May the Lord bless you all,
M President W. C. T. U. were expecting it. For clerk, assessor and treasurer-- pleasant evening was spent by all. John Shaw, of LaCrosse, spent Sun- I The Waters Family.ii "

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a-.on/evj erylrag ber. 1 stall be aid If I .
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i/ -..-- i 1 ChHT7 and Peter. l'ft at the table.di4 her eye. ax>4 tad readMd ..->tctely" -terry:: gel lettered I very easlyrMix go oc till wayf". be reminded beraelf. 1 -

ri'it trot stk t* rash aittr: P--.... ,, for the bonk that: was walOtg ... the : : reminded bin' -ABd then. they will know. Tbey Pleas permit me space K s

: kao..d t4r1J IB bit rtoilr. Hrbrttte a dga- little shelf above the porch t.oo4. ; Well. abe .a. faed aJI right tin l.htC' motnt. kztow. Bat Peter" *Jbewblir I throoorh the colunuia: fJT 14>xt

; Oberry Amm'Jr! po fc.d to and Toaj're" W'tr thaD I am." abe *.td. 8t.e said not to mention) It d AM""" ,. "Peter, who ha my ..iDC'e'rethaLU and aron 4

) r -- fro rte Dttl aba(ram wooden, MortkfTefw. ..Dtdor else rill .., made U-at ItTTer i to Allx.: :. beawa abe had f alway tees t ll'' CILU''TE1\ 1-Wftft BM t_ 4a"'-'. more : I W.h I could face tbeatocic I It stolid go ao time. I thought
r ., In BJ -and It wa Cherry an j swords and messages of ""IIIp. u .
.It Ala a** Ck-arry. UM latur Jan < * maybe be meant that you wanted bet tl.ij.
1 .t I .*.. few .-. Anse l>arJMal Bat prmewily brrte.rt pre a treat Bat I nail do aytUecrco abe the time : Even those years ago tended to ss by the pear. f ,f r .
to herself Do, aatd a aou
..4. raJaa go ; !
At ni'I i I 4 cncttae,. cis-art r.urb..,_*&<*ta from ItrMk ... trra.e4 MA .- JAal>'', sod lbocdk 'b* ultd Dot alterttllu.Vr. aorry. Oo know et ar.1.arPT mar would do-" when wv used, .. teaae him Soot the ford county during the: tr IE* t TI
-., 'le bet rU e*. everywtere. without: quitefanyLng rrtnnltoe and. riorVet
t KM rtoarat rr-j4 M P. Jareattmta t.-r 4USer.Dt! or r lady wltb tbe *
1 coat know what you're talking of in the death- of
Borrow, nor l. .
.1 1 a* m'Iwee* ta O..MI tier white haw mnr4 with tl- !tat what a borrflrle trazedyaa It was be. Rat why didn't' be ask ber
_. a1r.
CrT: I..nla ioyt KC about: Ala aald ponied.TOUT .
Ward. No
I T. P. '"""
%$ f.... Ie M.. .it.. .sad anal. __ rertM Imp ulae.I and Pets* carnal' unhappy marriage 1*: CKKJ'I' ralx ezplsiad"What
iV ., rii f.' I', , ,:', _..... Ie Ct ,r. gtaan fell< epos the: wor4Ak e.- 0>e Mix" note note: I dlda't write any note with an acbtag bead and a frowningbrow pathetic or kind-hearted panywhere : \\io..

CJU.J"T&R_ n-'IIn.Ue CM famf/y' Ie'J Wt.o be Jail bl* talshed Ho ret I* AJlx ..* eobacioo*. a* abe went out Cherry teleiotied she bran to piece It al to than in Bradfrird: a

) I __...&n.c .. .. u..c tn1MIW.lI c.-. the letter to *r>eak: to dhow about breakfast and ion counties.W. .
y It to r "
I la Qtr tn was 6tj and
"0.qld.. patiently
r. Ana.. 4 ..._. f+ ,..I k L I .aradn. hrr K.. ._.1. Ie Ma blDUlf.' ,fa. run and terry: ," t* give a fU>aI glaace: at fire and fwrctorlTy 1- wanted-,Oterry-toaay terrible\ \ : truth roe IrItI'ID.bmtfrom.U : W. Ward Dublin Ca.

Iud with a treat thrill of relief that Ugbt. that tbt. was jce of tie tJBtt** goby totAametidawbo.eresaflog' ber nwiaoeie Sometimes for
2 CHAPTER: I1L-theca fW.k, :.u4 f..6. t-eedd wise nvxfcer or a a second bole. would fowl bar with
wbeai a
J ct.-ry 4 tar rata. I. a&IrJ' aM me.v ke .a* n..erltt ber. Carlealy. and girl That wa all MRS. MATTHEWS ENTERTAINSMr
d. .11.(, f .1 t..H .. at k._ ,..... rot w rr1o..aa /li'erttr.f erne word before te beganaoohtr. father, wbo could' decide blame and ,, She: wrote'/ it : It got tbere U time. 1 I almost' [.infnl Joy but inevitably. the
,[ ,i bin tot* ...-... la aa >mm.- .... .d..u.. truth shut down upon bar' again' and
/ G tI r w.dd.t ..*i I.tA -y laaaa. a ae*. be formed the queatkm : hill roe**. Anyway I beard the girt say E. S. Matthew elite n.a. :
JI died, and be realized afr h that
91E u.o p.fe1 kaUr a< .sc. 1.1. U NtA. oere! totncrriwr Coming back: from the kitchen with to nub It to the boat :- hope .
r 4 .ar* Martia .. ctaiaay**. than before was study circle of the Methodist cary
ar Martin Borrow rtroncer
1 "Martin almaya, with toe Cherry a putter of bat water, abe aw -Ob AWx aakLOb- she ad-led

l l ,' b y I t CHAPTER rv-Tfca h..rm. hay Itle4" bark: Sbe did Dot (tine* at in a welter *of evening par.r> Her tone betrayed nothing but abe waiting to seize tier again. society Monday afternoon al st

.4 ] ...... C.1T7 t ttna t* faai aMarua .. 4'V .. Peter but at )Martin wbo was rat b- staring at the tact pink: sates of the was thoroughly at aea. "Did I **k -Well-1 cant stand It to bereTAl'x home on West Madison stree TL
l .aLY1M170. ortUI ..4 ti* macatUfa. Sbe cT..d to
I _r .f fcar s..r lr.g ttie. Ore, and at Aid, .11>_ back wood tire tpoo'tJ' : her U got -f>- I cherry to aay gadfly to any one? vuddenly. subject! for the afternoon was 'Wen

wa. toward tt... room. and>> wttb a caution' glance toward the I abe asked ber>..f. going back to the the door, and opened! It. and supped and Disarmament," and the ,.._.
j : into the night! catcb- ,
( out
: CJfA.J'TE1At,... lav-par. baroa leD a TaBy.I* Jartla An*. Ccax o o, hare another pr- bedroom doors t* a J4 : bag.noitg of the long day. Incline collldeMll er, Mrs. J. W. White.
i' .ta.a a><... daunt t.z.l AJ-i-t-' vlatta itaptatnbiar.OCM CV-rry. Pete asked. f>ter'!!Ir, .Wlapelled be Look here a mfnatet I Can tt'l I warred: tier tttt ttotfcnf! would brained : leg a coat from the rack a* .bTbe : Miss :Marguerite! Shriver ar.j V n

I at El NM an* .... t.. gay pea )lAra. mufti : -Will arrange a.:1- I tossed.: Lucile Mitchell, accompanied Mr
bear nT Allx set down bar plteber
1 with
tat. aa w.e( C&rrry .. g brae tarCHAFTKR by sharing bar perplexity
lag tin pos lbt. day." stand tieciie night wa wrapped In anions E. K. Perryman sang severs' : :
+ AW. w,4diag. of water, and came to I Martin "I give you my word that *bcbacn't
IA I Ally, bumming with ber said I i been hre minute( alone with. anyone fog there wa no moon and DO nan. tions. A number of beautifu hatvj-:

\ it Quarry- -"..VtI-a, the a fc*.r r.r\fatfci-a>L feappy bat&lr.'I' "Walt a few lulnute,.:" and Martlo Urn.Hear o_Peter and CberrrT "o. but Peter and me!" *be *ald but the air was soft and "&r1JL WIth made articles were given for the

'. /' V' { v_. wHa. rats avrtfj* eilaine atE c1a; <*o. I'm DG rood ..tu..t Cherry out on oar porch, and Peter' frabkly looking Into Martin' eye. no goal I In view. Alls climbed upward. xaar, which will take puce Vi
I < XM* a4 rajti tan tee marnap walking: rapidly, breathing bard and
kaa B *B vnvkinc .f a faOar [iwiartrvfciaad tUat.Tben : porch I i. even farther away. Why i "\OW. are you a tinned T" bar Sth.At .
fe bt'i that Cbcrrr !. slot b.- cverry and Peter were unobaned raid. "I frequently\ speaking aloud, a* some
-Take: a look:, will your te "Sure. I'm *atl Oed : be anrwered."Ill the close of the meeting t'
.*. tax to Martia. n> t*.., ..>. M vlwlalrf sod abc ")tart poignant thought!: mote her or ('landing :
again upelled
.j t,'"te fear un .twr ABB* ....- want to speak: to yourMix 1 take your ""-10 for 1t.Hf: teas served elegant salad
I I -4'D.. nr..a bar I* rater M bar gas )10 I '.Ia,. Plaid to take n>*." tujrclne-l. duly' went to glance yawned. "Trouble with Cherry I*. abe. still too sick! : with pain under an in
LAO f/Ltp. ra_ ter bar .
Peter bad r *ched for a IWIcazlae ; at Cherry reading now In a Uttle funnel tJalJ 't enough to do!" be Cnltbed aapi-" unexpected of emotion jo move.
be vbJrled through the pages, and ttniAtd' POTOTO DEAL OFF
VfL-Pt.r3oc.t.7LSbeT-: of yellow light and then I ently."I'm.
v I i rr k. rr. had .na -cr.&4 pavaton" u> ba! yawned Tbeo be began to play with to enter Peter room. Ills porch wa a with. whom to (Continued Next Week)
a l' i ,I I.'.. feat due ...... .... a 0\ for ttm H. poor person t
the the Xorf ..
+' eo C rvraal bar ___ Cw.rv7 re.lwIHAPTEII anagram again dark, but die could see the outline of dlacuM! Cberry:r" Ala blnted. with .nonjnnlUng Mr. Upton > i
II l *X>n you get away without titmT the toll figure lying acroM the bed. : nod for food-eight.: Wro Carcat mission merchant wh<, was

: '''111.- 'n>. r_cifaa .'. be apelled "Aaleej.r alt aaked.: And abe looked at Clierry' corn- Queen EUzabetb.. It I II we!. possessed log the matter of having arz' >

-.r_ ta rakaa act tbara la an aivraak. HowT" Cherry: 'leatantly atk -d. oper be answered."Well colored' bead ten minute 'later, with, aa many a* 3.!-.) *:own at one time ape/: of Irish potatoes p'actt
_, e41 Martin ra a !bnf>> apaU And Peters .nd went bolldIdC .
** u oo ,. don t go to slap without a thrill of maternal protectiveness.Cherry made of the richest etui
; .f aican' M and aorr-atfetef of bar 014 teat All were section was here last Satun.\
,t I tec. for turn ,..."... Ie toarry.. a little bridge of wooden letters, palling a rug ors your the cocn- was evidently deep burled trimmed with lace embroidery and fine 'I i decided against/: the prte't; t<
be went OfAIJI: / to train Martin "
i winded.shred-nlgbt.< Pete" : deep under the blue army blanket 4wrt.. !
CHAtTER [X- ttoftur atI..4 laatrtefcaa with me! to city inipowlble" present season. Mr. Upton, c:: r
SomethingIn that .
.....04.* .ith .hat all xrrcdra "Good-night. lId<< girl : But Allx did not get to Bleep '
t } la a fatal )l>.*.. Alls ............ ''be"",. Glre him the nJIp." Peter "i..,He4. tbe tone touched, tar with a vague nlgbu j himself as highly pleased w

la "., t.._. _'1, .. Afur ,t.. 4f+tf It la 4IMO..'" that .
> yeah use seeks
1'i >,. bed borrowxl mon*1 ram Anna fatl death." atop to analyze It. She went back: i wa while fitting on the side of her one right of which no one ever late for him to get started h >r< t.

,ar. and. aaamlnmir WSibcuniuia.lad. the ..abt wan Intarratt nv e rdiKhaiKad "...I lcult to e..ade," Cherry aixJled, through his room and through tte little bed ready to begin, the pr_ that to deprive him-that of paying hisl j! season However he suppesU, ti.

> 1'' ... amount pt-a<'majlr nauma. all Ida wiping the word away one by one \ : paaae. and rejoined Msrtln. The through her excited and Indignant and taxes. t tIN our farmers go ahead and t JC;
'f, I .? B>oMr tlwr doctor \ JuaUD UltuamaJ "Most' .It-" Peter began.. Allx.eodlDf freedom of Peter" apartment Ails whirling tbonebta the .Cm tI1U >*a It maolfaat that vrlll Jnaiat om i tatoes on their own account H< :
I I'' .... '. bar rag on a crash of chorda, naturally a. she hot like touch of dame.
k If. lama It m* na that. th. t>aC had always, talen a* a 1
9 .,", >'1. are left with pranically: oothlnvOIAITKR came to the table. Interrupting him. did the freedom of her f.t......'*. "Ill tell Peter all thla when Martin MEMORIAM j jI he would like to see a "t ry out'

m y "t X_f-auir. Jo,..... who has Cherry ".. now lazily reading a magazine "Can't hear ua. eur Martin .sked, has gone" Mix decided. -Hell be potato business in this sect at

'e, t..n en a trip traUrHr around tha ; Peter had built a little pen of when again ache stood beside him. furiou*-be adore Cherry-he'll be .I Mrs. Orra Ann Ouida Griffis wasa believed it would result in th

,' / t vorld. r.'u"8. not harinc larna" of .lb... tiny block. "Positively Dar she annwered. furious -be think that there t'a no one daughter of Mr.I and Mrs. Buckler, ing of a big industry here.
t, tfortor'a death. Ha bars of Anna'a l' '
lion vritll r...rh deep "111 go you!" .Mix aid with plrlt- Look here" be aald. abruptly. like Cherry-.. of Jacksonville, and was born APril1 j REAPING THE WHIRLWIND
dlaa-uat. Alt* ha* tKa noma and /la mafcli. But Oil game was rather a languid ,la tbla.Who' word she bad said came backto
here Tbe
.( a fair liven, s-....,-t J.,.... urcra bar What brought me tip 2, 1861. Her father died in the |
j ciI to marrr him 0rta cona" Ala aDd then one, t>cetertfaele, and wben It was making 'love to her, and she said them again bait- between: the States. She then moved: Becoming angry at his eTa
baa a aimi>'la vad-Unc -.o u> Jo.ce. over they gathered yawning about the btared aloud with. look of pain and almostof
,, .. to liva. .ldaUj happr.t and with rJ.ILIr, I a with, her mother to Kingsley lake and er, Mrs. Hardy Bold while h i, !C: i
mantel ready to dUperae for theDI..bL him. fear suddenly coming Into bereyea.
at lived there until she was 13 years old, day Gus the 10-year old s< n T
I .
CHAPTER XI. Martin and Chorry "Who-what r
11 lava El Ntdo and ico lo Rd Craak. arha.n Arid tomorrow. night we dine In "She1 having a nice little quiet flirtation Peter adore Cherry" when they moved to Volusia county. by Green out with a long-blah<(<

I eta I f ( 'a retains aomawtiai It.. old fur easing tha b.ttar of but"brrr town. and go to tbe Orpheurar Allx: : wIth somebody," Martin "Id And then she knew.. Even while While there she joined the Methodist and made for her throat Thr !2

fartiun.. Una ..I. *. ,...... and A Hi, and .asked for the. plan bad been suggested with a significant and warning ainlle."Who >> tie sick Bunplcioo formed Tinelf, ,. church and was ever afterwards a devoted -i up a hand to ward off the knifr :'.-
whlla thar eon to rll&atwn) that
it* 11 .'.a lovaa I'rtar. Though aha haa nwsr at dinner-tlme. U Itr vague and menacing and bnrrl....... In member and faithful worker. | or four of her fingers were :t

'. knoan,.*... It, In Cherry mane: la whan lha h.woman told tar whom of "111 blow you girl to any chow you "I don't know whoa been talkingto her heart, the knew the truth of It. When 18 years old she was marriedto bone. Mr. A. L. Smith took her
f \t' I+ lila. shad In.- like" Martin offered.!! about Cherry. Martin Ails And though for hours she wa* to..
"Krmnd < 1baa war
r 1I.l you Mr. Edwin M. Perry, of Kingsleylake. in his car and enroute she was tier:
ar, and tha situation DOW Remarking that be was tired. Peter aald. sharply, "bat you know: yon can't weigh it and measure it. to rememberand
bocomta trade.CHAPTER To the union were born a son coed with fainting attacks We an
4"J went to hi'* room. Cherry, with only repeat that sort of rotten sandal l tome question and compare: all tbe
t XTI.-Pn.r c.t1'..'". tl.lo ''e a general' good-nlghf, also diaapiieared.. I" day and hour that she and Peter and and daughter, who" are both dead. In informed that several boys are t. 11'.

i t ... to Cl'.,,.,., and alia. admlta a Ilka foallac to Bn ,, 1 I for htm. A aiiuauon liordarlnc on
htldan rullt la er_..... In tha doc........ .* on their' aleeplng porch. mean any barmy" be assured her with, moment tile thought. ; wa born abe Mr. Elias Griffis. of Lawt ). To knives and threaten to use' them '!

1 blurs ha had AlU borro.. ends...
y tho round and AUx and Cherry are lick, with worry !" Cherry whlfipered.He . bad rained. "Don't get mad-don't accepted fact for all time to come. namely Mrs. Eva Bennett, of Wau- the matter rue consideration the r
) financial, !! lnd..p nd.nt Heartbroken ovartholr seconds Allx felt III.
wont listen' to toe. lie won't know that For a few
I to
I But happen
mad t.
I tra(1e position' Pats vainly aaakaaolutlon get chula, Mrs Allie Moody of Saxton: see it is to their boys' interest
} i) a hlrk ahaJI. inak* for Uia mutual near bf a divorce! there'. some attraction that' keeping dazed, and shocked almost I beyond en I Mrs. Malatha .'-
Starlingdeceased two deny them the of carrliasuch
hapHnva of Ctiorrjr and hlrowlf, but -I knowr. AJlx said' dlatremedly."Kut . Cherry here, and I came up to look during. She Mt Immovable her eye privilege
} lb.'. scams no way what shall I do-1 can't CO'' over the ground for myaelf. do youaee fixed: : bar body held rigid, aa a body : infants also dead, and Joseph Manning knives. Gus is a bright [inh

CHATTER Xtll.-Mra. North. Martin with him Cherry protected. I Come on, now put me on r might t:.* In the second .before It fell Griffis, who was with his mother Fellow, and no doubt is very norrj if

w u,. r IJoyd'a ni( fatar aunt and has charry her and auapldona the ...cencarn..r. fool. Allx was silent<< Alex. made an effort at aeif-control. after a bullet had cleanly pierced tbe at the end. She leaves of near relatives his rash act and prob.blyilI nit attempt

'/+ I I tka
+ t . xtV.-J..,.... urcaa C'''.'''' again.<< I quietly. "You have DO right to llnten Then she put her. band to her throat, mourn their loss! also two broth- town News.fnnffmnJLwlJwLrI.
/ to l ava Martin and vo away Why, I don't ace what f'I)_ yon Tao1' to any one who tell yon such thing. and looked with a nort of terror at I I
o-.1t1"b: : ::
,, 1 an aomo rrmoto part of. tha do but go with blm Aux gala In a 1 J and M It waan't that ,..oo're.IT) '. the client figure of Cherry, Nobody I
llva tliolr h.! Hho
they can toit'thar.
1 c111'+ I ,. finally ................ f_lln( that Alan will for. troubled .oi .. "Ton are Pals, wife.l,i husband wouldn't listen to you I But mutt know-tbat was Allx' first clear I: .
1ft... and l-t.r mall_ arrancamaou for For hatter, or worse for Holier or you'll .have to take toy word for It thought. She was' breathing hard her
;ti, ,i v, tear .ume, poorer till death-I I that If* a He.V* three have lived breast ri lng and falling painfully

a'''4't'' ,, CHAITKR XV.Polarday of Untod.. It was AId so kindly, with Allis up here without seeing any one-anyone and the blood In her temple began to I

{F + : r Yanrlaro.ttarturo a.mraa.whfira tr was. ( man him n simple' and embarred" fashion of ;! Cherry baa hardly spoken to a pound ; her mouth was dry.

Iy f tiV, 1 I on tria .._mer. Actually on bar way to giving a(i rlre' that ftmr Cherry could'' man. except Peter and Aotoua and With a Mind Instinct' for solitude I
, r" p" j r F j j I the l len boat his situation'harry at me.. tad'. Martin Cre..k,and who la has on not resent It. She mold only bow bar Kow, since the came!" abe went quickly and silently from the STOP !

A hM way to har Tarroratrlrkan. man head desolately upon I her knee, aabe I "\S'h U till George Sewalir tie. sleeping porch", and 'Into the warm sit J

H ads. to' (n word. to I'alar and form. back sat. chlM-faahlon In her bed and asked, nhrewdly ting room. For a few minute AJlx
& } t- rv to All. hum with Martin. Un th way I
i t'l aha rouaiara "ou,.... aulrlrt'.nt to tall him cry. "The lawyer I Ob heaven. Martin I stood with one foot. on the chain that HEED THE DANGER SIGNAL

<*1 tha truth about... h.' feeling for him. Mar -A nlr mess I'\.. made of my life I" I Why, George wa a beau of mine ; b '.1 linked the old brass fire dogs, ber elbow '
I Un pro'** hlmaalf' unabl to under
d' land her Tl'..arjc... abe *nbhe>l. "I've made a nlre mess a widower of arty and ha lust announced oo the mantel,, and her cheek j

1 \ his engagement to the traluud I renting against her arm.

t a, r ; j g ua/lie.i.ii io plnr ..,lIf'!i'', iiT th<> \ '' cure that took car of his boy I" ",;o," she whispered almost' audibly I

0 1"9 I, |larch table, at five and Kow had, to 11kf "U'rol" Martin commented "n_ -it can't be that' It ant be7t When your engine gets cranky it is time

0'a dt. dlkturb him to act It fur llnnr at "If any one mentioned Cherry' named I

y, f, air laved AJlx W' >N waterlog, the Ksr I connection with George," Mix: : Bald : !11 for you to be just the opposite. Good
', d..o. Clierry, ".. ilre".lti|(. It was" .n "that perfectly malicious I
firmly, was a
f xquUlte. hour of lone shadows and al.oder-" .. I judgment i Ithen and there will prevent g

_ 1 lirllllMnt II"lit... ..S....."'. wasn't mentioned Martin I IC

bow I had' put a lurwn of coup "n (said buttl,. possible acciddnts and prolong the life of t
the tkdle. and Alls had returned with I
I. ,%'hose name was mentioned (
deal|., rleHii 'hands und trimly hruKlivdlj I then?" Allx pursued hotly. your car.

I .lr, for UIIMT| when" Peter weir up ll I "Well, nobody name wa men

through the garden Clierrr bed l runt iI tioned." Martin took a great manycreaned s '

_ I 8 bled off In the direction of the tarn M I and rubbed paper from his ... I I If don't know what is the matter
you ;
A + ,, few moment tx-fnre. but Martin vest pocket, and ahlfted them over. '
; her and "brought her tin okremarkliiK //r with' fat deliberate hand be
c S that site had had no tiled elected Finally one and a put, the other away, and how to correct it, the only sane coures

Clf the! time and was \Idljr watching I ., r Till la tram my mother," he A d. is to hunt the man who does.

a Anton- milking. She alll'l-ed' Into her ")f1 aunt. Mra. North"

p |>laoe after they acre' all eating, andhurdly r "\Ve saw ber here a week or two

"1g r. ruined her eye throughout thetueal. ago!I" Mix said a* he panned. "
.. It AJlx aildreHe,
x the white (Ida a* If It wer anatiHolul 1 \1 the folk." Mid Martin. "And my

nieony to look up ; to Peter mother write, me tbl*-" And after
fllI.dlt1 not aM-itk| Ml all. But to Martin a few iHM-ond of searching he read

ache twill MI. orcanlonal' .n..r. from the 'letter:

and whoa the convcmntlon, 'lagge ax I 'liemile .North saw Cherry and Mrs .

It wall apt to do In this rornoen7| aha Joyce In Mill Valley, and If I was you BATTERIES

Ir0 nervously Illled It with random remarks I would not 'let Cherry stay away toe

t'' H Inllnltoly .Iras rmiimurlnK than / _-_ . lone. A wife' place 1 I. with her bus REBUILT S GarageSTARKE

+ tj l ollence."How. :% band eHpeclally when she U a* pretty '
s 'long do we may here?" Martincautiously .. &': J< aa Cherry and If Bessie is right, somebody CHARGED

l IL T : naked his.. wife after dinner. else think she's pretty too and
"A Nice Men "1'v. Mad. of My Llfl"Sh FLORIDA
"Stay hirer she echoed at a 'lost you know It doeunt take much to start I ,
4 Sobbed. ''
tti t "Yes." he answered' decidedly. "I people\ : talking. It inn't like lie bad' -

can stand a little of Ice but I don't of Itl I I Iah-oh, my Qod bow I a couple of children to keep her bus".' i"Ihat's 1 I " N
She Whispered "No It Cant
'? !,' think' much of this sort of life I I wish, ! ,I Will dead! :" all Ml tLaL" AId Uartla, No, Be That ,

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i ___ _:: p i L; fl PARE MX - - -- , __--BRADFORD- ---COUNTY- ---TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA--- -- FRIDAY, NOVEMBER f 23;;. 193/ 1,

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Ii.. Florida are so many nor so '''''''':'':''''' <0" "'''''':><:K BIJi. """ "n' ".mmIlftn"'A'! '
.fflflP J slack work the I r
I long periods of on
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I rr.ij still jn some types of farming

; With The Bradford there are periods of lessening operations Starke Furniture Co.
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1 ; 1 I I especially, being, desirable so remunerative method, of offer turn-an

; County Farmers Ing these slack seasons into profit.In .
S L..u the northern part of the stale R. V. TURNER Manager

t4 4 r ; _-.J.Jt. where the staple crops and cotton are
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: chiefly grown, there is nearly alwaysa
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.I period during the winter months
J ( from November until March when
.. '>,,;', ; WIIWASTE MONEY I I Il' Polk-Commercial cabbage growers there is more or less unused time on Announcing the opening of our new Furniture Store in
Y are planting extensively. Tractors the farm. Now that the cotton
r t' t I_o Not )Buy Nursery Stork of North I Ip.1 are being used this year for land ducing sections have no longer a one-pro- the Futch building on Call street. Complete line of Furnitureand
t ; rrn Concerns.Florida Grown 1I It | preparation. Packing houses are resuming crop type of farming there are con-

I Stock Ida Best i'urposesAnnually for. Flor- j grapefruit operations and wind-fall on early fruit.oranges, siderable amounts of grain and forage House Furnishings will be carried in stock. Our line
t / produced. Corn, Japanese cane and
I velvet beans are all available in large will be attractive and
; thousands;; ; of dollar arc Lake-We have forgotten the slight amounts in these sections and better an one sufficiently large for you to makea

out of Florida to nothern nurseries damage done by the recent storm. pastures and the silo becoming :
sent are
for plants not suited to Florida Fruit has increased 10 per cent in fairly common. Feeding operationswhen selection from. You are invited to call and inspect our line.
% 'I the size since the rain accompanying the
is done because
Ij 4 : condition storm. practical in the northern partof
t' plants advertised by these northern the state or wherever staple crops
nurseries are extremely cheap, and l lI are chiefly raised start at
may any
r think that a rose is arose Oll"eola-llave spent much time ad- FURNITURE REPAIRED AND REFINISHED
Sri's I many people time after the corn crop is harvestedand
i vising growers as to pruning, cultivating -
how ,
no matter where or !grown when work becomes less pressing.
and fertilizing in order to get
it ,j and the same with other plants. Thisis Ordinarily this will be in October or
their trees back to normal from the
:4 not always true. Florida conditions November.In .
f's f" '{ are peculiar and Florida nurserymen effects of the storm. Budded citrus the southern and central
, 'j' trees lost only a fifth as much fruitas _
L ++ r l iI r through years of experience did stock the state feeding: operations would Starke Furniture
needling trees. Companybe
jr s, o have learned what varieties are probbaly have to be carried on chiefly I I

? + t adapted to our state. Dade-All my time this week has in the summer time, when combined -
du Let us take the rose as an example. with truck farming. This wouldbe
been devoted to the holding of our
v /. Practically all roses advertised by because trucking and
------- : third annual poultry institute and necessary
I their own c.JJm.! l"'IfD nurseries are on !&
t northern show which decided citrus .crowing require greatest: 'lm.l
was a success.
p, 1;, j. roots, merely rooted cuttings. Some amount- of labor during the months
t -
''! nurseries make a special claim abopt Duval-Supt. Ellis of the City Prison from September to May. In most removed and fattened by themselves
,to .1' roses on their own roots as if it wad Farm has demonstrated the valueof cases feeding operations would not until ready for market. Their

a great advantage. ]It may be in mixing sand with muck. Some of be advisable to be combined with plates: in the feed lot should be taken

r i some places, but it is a tremendous the finest sugar cane and sorghum in trucking or other intensive forms of by younger and more active shoats

1 disadvantage in Florida. The roots the county was grown on muck land agriculture. In some individual canes, when they are removed. It seldom Cane Mills and Kettlesat
1 ;'I of most roses are subject to severe that was worthless before Mr. Ellis however, the corn or other feed crops pays to keep hogs weighing much

( attacks by root-knot. To be a success fell on the plan of mixing sand withit. grown during the summer months over 125 pounds in the feed lot with
in Florida a rose must be grafted on after the last truck crop is barvested cattle. The number of pigs! to keep

S ; it J f root-knot resistant stock. This is the' can be stored until the following summer with a bunch of cattle depends on Cost

"R J e practice followed by Florida nursery- Putnam-In the potato section the and fed then. Such feeds should the age*of the cattle and the kind of

i' men. So it goes with many plants. land is being prepared for the spring he stored in cribs that can he fumigated feed they receive. Young cattle digest -

f f I Peach varieties that do splendidly In crop. Citrus fruit is looking good, : to prevent weevil damage. A their food more thoroughly than
Georgia and northern states are, us a bright and clean.HernandoStorm. large part of the profit in such operations older cattle and hence more pigs are ,
rule, failures in Florida. should come from the savings needed to follow behind the older cattle
Old Price New
+I True, some greenhouse plants, especially damage: is much made in fertilizers. The feed crops than for the younger ones. When Price

new and rare varieties, can lest than we first thought. Many grown in the summer; save the surplus cattle are fed on unhusked corn twoor No. 45 Power Mill $275.00 $210.15
t be Imported from the north to ad farmers are setting out their 'cab of''fertilizer from the truck three shoats are needed for each

I 1 \ vantage. But by far the greatest bage fields. crops from leaching: away. The legumes head of cattle for two-year-old cat-
amount of nursery Block brought in grown for feed crops in the tle; when husked corn is fed about 10 ft. Carrier $40.00 $25.60

t It from the north represents merely BO Escanibia-Our county fair at Molina summer also add to the store of plant three pigs are needed to each two

"i much money wanted. In addition to last week was a complete successin food in the soil and the manure saved head of cattle; when shelled corn is No. 12 Horse Mill $70.00 $51.00No.

.+' i the money lost there should be, added 1 1'I every way. A special feature of from the feeding operations could replace used about one shout is needed for

the time and effort wl'h'd.'I the last day was a sale of livestock some of the high priced commercial each ster; in casethe corn is fed on 13 Horse Mill
3 .' Convincing Evidence which resulted satisfactorily. fertilizers for the truck crops. ground only one pig is needed for $100 $73.70
; :{ letter Precautions in the Feed Lot. three head of cattle. This rule applies
Listen to quotation a -
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I t fJ.:I received by the state nursery inspec' r'vard-l find that many farmersare In feeding operations the cattle in general to all kinds of feeds. 60 Gallon Kettles $19 $15

J ;, '.1 tor from the proprietor of the Guaranty turning their attention to poul- should be kept in rather confined For instance, more hogs are needed
Nursery Company, a northern try and are taking steps toward diver quarters. Much\ room for exercise is when velvet beans are fed in the pod

I I I firm which states on its letterhead sification. unnecessary as fattening cattle are than when shelled. The cattle feeder -

.A'' that it guarantees its nurcsry stock sluggish and prefer rest and quiet.A er can regulate the number of hogsto 60 Gallon Coca Cola Barrels
'Our business is all done by salesmen THE FLORIDA CRANBERRY great deal of attention should be I use to suit his own conditions by $2.50

and we employ no salesmen who paid to selecting the animals for the observing their condition and watch
go as far south as Florida. In fact, The Telegraph reporter recentlyhad feed lot. Thy should be high class ing to see if they allow any wasted New Cypress Barrels $2.50

t 'f we do not employ any men who go the pleasure to go over the farm grades of one of the br>ef breeds feed to go unconsumed.
J farther than Virginia, but 1 find some of G. C. Cady, a short distance east of Shorthorn, Angus or Hereford. By I There are many good rations that

tr'' + 1 :.1, agent, I think in Ohio, who has Bent Starke, at the head of the Peek road. all means they should be dehornedand can be used for feeding cattle on
{ I in an order or two or three dollars Mr. Cady, besides farming! enough to should be free from disease and I Florida grown feeds. These will Starke
r to be sent to a lady in your state. make a comfortable living, does much ticks. Steers should usually be chosen vary with the section of the state DeWitt C. Jones

I suppose I should have notified you experimenting with fruits 4)f different but good stags: may be used. If females and with the amounts of the different Fla.
."\ of this fact but it was really overlooked kinds, and has some very interesting: are put in the feed lot they I'feeds( that the feeder should rememberthat

1 I \. specimens to show. There is, for instance should preferably be spaced and if the cattle need a larger proportion
e 4 "I am a student. of nature's flora an orange tree two feet high, not should have! been served within a of feeds rich in protein at thebeginning

; P'f 'I and most every winter visit your that bears a big fine orange. A "Pon- month previous to feeding operations.Odd : of the feeding: period than
f utate. I have always felt that it was derosa" tree, but little larger, has cattle, of either sex should not at the end. The amounts of starchIng

t I too far south to ship much material eight immense lemons. A quarteracre be used for fattening: as they make grain or other starchy concentrate Big 9 Reduction. In Prices. You will make a mistake
grown here Some fruit trees do patch of peppers has already slower gains. Old cows are especially should be increased gradually I If you order your fertili,
1 fairly well but I know our hardy per. brought in $175 this season, and If undesirable for this purpose. To obtain from ; 'ennial roses do not amount to any cold weather does not come, it will the best results and the greatest period to the end. The amount of I of Materials, prompt shipment. Order now. Fertilizers la,

{ thing: there, us I have been in every yield) that much more. profit the (cattle for the feed lot I nitrogenous concentrate may remain secti.des, Sprayers, Poultry Supplies.
4. part of your state." But of especial interest was a row should not be less than 18 months nor about the same throughout the feeding E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO.

u _ _ t This advice is certainly from a disinterested of the Florida cranberry. These plantsare over 4 years of age. Steers in their period, although in this case the JACKSONVILLE FLOKID.4
? of third are the best for the proportion of portein will be decreased -
I year
and should be con very growth resemble pur
source : ; I
Nov. 7th Bnoithe
; /Feet price lints. Now furnishing "Simon Pure" and "Ctra
island pose. Proper conformation and | aa the amount of starchy feed is
e 1 i, vincing. Patronize your own state's sea cotton plants when condition I II
",\ nurserymen. It will pay in the long they grow in a rich place. The plants are essential for animals that increased. The amounts of both i I
+ are to be fattened at roughages and succulent feeds such >W
were full of berries, which resemble a profit. 'I
}'k ( run. above case the difference between
>w ,qlq very much cotton "squares," except All other conditions being equal, as hay, straw or silage should be reduced $4 and $6 per hundred pounds COFFINS & CASKETS
( COUNTY AOENTS"REPORTSSuwannoe that the husks are purple In color. feeding:! should he carried on at a ( as the fading period progresses represents -I
? the "margin" of of
$2 hundred. Full Line
season when flies and in order that beter finish be per a
The berries are about half an inch in other insectpests a may The
tl -I have visited 8 communities diameter green and hard, full of are least apt to be trouble- obtained on the cattle.Figuring \ cents margin to may vary anywhere from Undertaken' Suppltt
11\0 $5 hundred. At
per present
4 _ _ this week and found all of needs"" which turn black when ripe. some. Animals for fatt"ninloIIhould\ t the Profits '' a margin of $2 Is generally considered AUTOMOBILE BEARSAlways
: F d i them working hard on their exhibits That this plant is worth growing, not be wild or scarey but should be It is frequently somewhat of a mystery satisfactory The hand. The best Mr- ,
higher feed on
", h ''ily ? 1" for the fair. the reporter was convinced) of, when quiet and sluggish. They shouldbe to the uninitiated where the profit are the greater the margin must price vice at the lowest prices SPf'
I y n1I1 i Mrs Cady invited trim to taste some kept quiet and undisturbed as comes in feeding:! cattle when they be figured at. As a rule cattle will dial attention to telegraph orers. '
!Madison-1l'e sent n county exhibit' of the delicious jelly made! from the much as possible and should not be are told that the cost of making the make Registered Embam! '
a' .( to the Georgia-Florida at Valdosta ( berries. From only four quarts of I chased or frightened. Plenty of pain in weight made in the feed lot a gain of from 1 1-2 pounds to I
2 1-4
, s 1 \ and it won fourth place! among the berries the had made seventeen glasses shade should be provided and above is greater than that gain in weight in the pounds feed lot per if day properly per head cared while for. DeWTIT C. JONES
many counties exhibiting. of JiOly. irmalnde and other all they should have all the clean will bring on the market. For instance -
Young cattle make greater daily STARKE, rLAmmmnmmcmmnmmm
i P ( preserve and dishes can also bo made fresh, cool water they will drink. The a feeder might buy a load of I gains
tl Me \ CALO\IF.I: : GOOn HUTAWUFLLY from tho berries. We have no hesitation feed lot should be on high ground: thatis feeder steers at $4 a hundred weight older cattle. Most feeders
TREACHEROUS( in urging! : the planting of the not likely to become muddy. No and after fattening sell them at $0 prefer to get two-year-old steers 7fiO\
+ Florida buiTdings are for hundred to 1,000 pounds, for fattening. This To Cold in Onr ': 'J!
cranberry by all who have a necessary shelter a weight. 'tIS say that Cure a
:' '; Next Done !May Salivate Shock Liter small plot of land to spare. although in winter some kind of a each steer has gained 200 pounds in :I class of cattle commands the best Take LAXATIVE: PROMO QUIT: y
! Or Attack Hones;. Mr. Cady is doing a good\ work in wind-brenk may be provided to protect the feed lot. In that case the feeder i. price bring on better the market as feeders, but Cold tit!W.< ouuh(CKOVf0"and HeailH ulimturo: a price when fattened
experimenting with different kinds of them from the prevailing coldwinds. would receive two times $6 for this I
You know' what calomel la. It Is fiuit. We need more men like him. 1 I gain or $12, whereas, it had probablycost than do younger cattle. Yearling
mercury; quicksihcr. Calomel is dan -- Feeding should preferably be done him $14 for feed and labor, and feeders are those weighing 600 to 800
gerous.: It crashes Into sour bile like FLORIDA FEEDING; METHODS twice a day, about twohe hours between other costs to make this gain. The pounds and about) ) 18 months old. They 1886DAVIS
ii dynamite, cramping: and sickening IN FINISHING CATTLE each feed if ponsible. The answer to this problem is that the make a good\ quality of beef, but it is

s' { you. Calomel attacks the bones and feeding period may last from 00 to feeder makes his profit on the increased not considered as good as that from

+ fFz should never be put into your system. (II)' F. It. Edwards B. S.) ISO days but the usual length is from value of the weight in carcass two-year old cattle.-Farm & Live
Stock Record.
i PO to 120 days The length depends : that the animal had before feeding.
$ If you feel bilious, headachy, constipated As was stated in a previous article largely; upon how long a slack season I It we consider the above example still
-I l' a'' and all knocked out, just go wherever feeding operations are curried the farmer has In which to devote i further we find the explanation still There is a man in this town who

j to your druggist and get( a bottle of on successfully they are not the his time to this kind of work. 'I' clearer. The feeder paid $4 per 100 hears most of the town talk that Is

_ Podson'a Liver Tone for a few cents main part of the farming operationsbut The better the condition in which the pounds for a steer weighing 800 floating around. If it is at the expense

ip I ', which is A harmless vegetable sub tl- are simply used to fill In the seasons the catle are and the heavier they !pounds. The steer cost $32. After of some other person he does INSURANCEi

tute for dangerous calomel. Take a when other work is slack and are to begin with the shorter the feeding for 120 days the animal had not form a fixed opinion at once. He i rl4''

d t ;. spoonful and If it doesn't straighten there is spare time. In this way they : feeding' period can be made. 'made 200 pounds gain at a cost of $14 knows there is another side to the STARKE

you up better and quicker than nasty enable the farmer to use his own labor i Swine Following cattleIn and was sold for $6 per hundred story. Sooner or later he will hear ,

calomel; if it doesn't start your liver or that which he hires at a fair I I order to utilize wasted and undigested weight, weighing 1,000 pounds when that other side. Then he will com

without making you sick, you just go( profit and to market the feed cropshe feed when fattening cattleit sold bringing: : $00. The profit was pare them both, make allowances both
w hack and get your money. has grown; at a better price than is necessary to keep some swinein I the difference between the $60 received ways, and come very near to hitting A man may get so ace:

i ., Don't take calomel! It makes you he would otherwise get. This also the feed lot. They act as scavengers and the $32 paid for the animal, upon the truth of the case. That fellow telling lies that he finally b. ,"
sick the next day; it loses you a day's makes possible the utilization of hired and make considerable gains minus the $15 cost of feeding, or a has! brains and knows how to use fabrications himself, but he (

work. Dodson's Liver Tone straightens help throughout the year, insteadof in weight on what the cattle waste. profit of $13. The difference betweenthe I them. Perhaps you are that fellow when someone else doubts h! }$;',",'
'" you right up and you feel great having to hire extra help at high: For this purpose young, active shoats buying, price and the selling priceis ____ __________ "

No salts necessary. Give it to the prices In the busy season. should he selected weighing from RO known as the "spread" or "mar Anyone can point out the wisest True, a chronic liar may I *: )(>.

, ; children because it is perfectly harm While owing to the uniform cli- to 75 pounds. When they begin to gin." The "margin' 'may be given man in this town. It's a poor fish tell the truth, but he proii

less and cannot salivate.\ -Adv-65 matic conditions through the year in fatten and get sluggish\ they should either per pound or per hundred. In who :forgets his own name. about it afterwards.
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of Bill Thomai. attended church here Sunday night.G. Cs'.,. In llradliird County, Florida, to-win
R at',. Sarah L. "McMIIUn.. I IComplMiniint. The South Half of the Suuthrant Quarter fl
Ina Thomas of Graham passed M. Bennett was a business vis I I of this Ikorthweat Quarter: of the Northwaat .

Iggarklenrea.esaw +1a through our burg Sunday. itor to Hampton 1\20I1da\ )'. John W. MiMtlliin vs I ri\e tluarlor, South of, of Norunn llanire Twenty-two hlrty-one, East Township: cone 1

Mrs. Amanda Johns of 'Lake Butler I".ndll". I taininir' live Adore, more or b aa. ,
q It Kiiiiritrinir' liy ITiilii\lt miiicniltid to tlio. A, t>. CRUVH.:
4 spent tho week-end Jiere with her LARGE MAIL ORDER/ IlOl'SEREADS Mil flliit in thin ul o\t'l,ti'd cause Hut John K.: K. I'rllllYMAN.
/ ALL COUNT'UY PAPERS W. McMillan the di'frn.lmil. thorvln named M. F. bROWN
sister Mrs. Alice Kelly. l> a l.un-mulcnt of the Stale 1 of Flu,rid.., nniint A. 7.. ADKINS. Commlaalnnrni.
Ms! Mamie Mills of Graham spent > U a n>*.ldi.nt of Ultf Meaty Street fn \\ {1UniiiiHtim {'..mlI.I., ..",'* Solicitor. It-/-6t-1S.2 }
North: ,
Carolina and lie la
nr the
Sunday here with her cousin lleulah "We have a bureau whose duty it Is ape of yoam: it U thorefure .irtltrvd I
that naiil tinn-rtiiiili'nt ilvfi-nclnut. IM' and MABTFK'B CAI" .r.
each week the
to read country news ,
Lewis. U hereby ..oq..lnod( l to ni'lnnr to Ilic bill ofrnmiilaliit I'ndt.r and !hy virtue of a Snit! dveroo. of
Misses Rhoda Lomie and Alva papers from all over the country. flU1*! In said cause on or t...forf fnrrctiieure rendered liy lion A. V. Lear, :
Muniluy the IlHIi diir of HtvomU'r, A. II1HUI Judiie of the (Ireuit Court of the Klxhth Ju 11
Thomas attended Sunday school at There Is not a paper of any consequence : iitlirrwliw the. alU.iiatli of said" blhx111 dicial, Circuit til Florida, 'In and for Bradford 1
in our trade territory that our Iw mki'ii an ..,..ft..od. hy mid d'frudant.. countyn rhaneeiy, tinted the. lil>rd day ofOetoher a
Pedan Sunday afternoon. it in funhrr imli'nil that title order Iw putilinhril "" 19V1. In a cause therein pending .
Messrs. Frank and Viola bureau does not pet. This bureau looks onr a week fur four eoiwMutlve w,,-k. wherein f.liKalM'th: Johnaon la complainant
Reynolds'l find In tho llra Henry Padgett and Harley over tIle papers and when we a .."IoIl.lwod) In HHiil. ..,unly and state. mink of M p. hakes, decoaMMl : Jonathan.
Woods town where the merchants arc not 'I'Ilia November 15th, 1D21. Pukm. ... ailmlnliitrator of the catate of Nona !
of Graham Evelyn and Percy U. W. A I.P Fit: MAN, IIUk... direaiicd : Inland Duke, a minor. Edn. h
Lonnie. Parker, Purvis Lewis Misses advertising in the local paper we immediately tRi'.IJ fliruit Court. 1 liuke*,. a minor.. It. N. liukea, a minor,
and Kellia nukes a minor, ara defendant.
liy C. A. KNIGHT
4 a R rK Beulah Lewis Linnie Parker Avy flood that territory with U. E. kNI chancery to eaerulo said 01,........, .. .
literature. It brings I. apeclalmnmer
always for
Starling; Rhoda Lomie and Alva our re-I Cnmiilalnaiit 11 1-ltl-6l-1 2 .UI ,, lll\ sill lieore the courthouse diior '
9t Thomas Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Lewis suits far in excess cf the name In Slarke, llradford' county, Florida between i
.the hour
leiral of ,
aale on "Monday, the ttlt
Mrs. S. L. Prescott attended the cano put forth in territory where the PUBLIC NOTICE day of Itoeemher.. A. II. IDl'l, to the highest 1

ki: grinding at the home of J. B. Thomas merchants use their local papers" I lt>ri>l>),p notlrr U vtlvtm that on Tu.>.ilnv. the and. I timt n'.I tildder\ estate for: cacti, the following decr.lwd i h
f said Herman Rosenfield, advertising Bth day of lvci>ml...r, 1V2I. at 'Is80 ci'cliirk. That. certain tract of '
llI Friday night. or parcel land >ltuate.
n. m., the town council of the' town 4if Htaik
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Prescott were manager for Sears. Roebuck & Co. In llradfortl county, llnrlila, at the I eouneilchamber l lylnic I nnd ,hemi the Bouthcaat In Bradford county, I'liirlila.cunipruilnii .
Quarter ((1-41 of
In the town ball In the .101 town ol
attending to business in Graham Sat- Stark.will conniiliT the refunding, liy (Imiulnir Northeant Quarter ((1-41 and Southwest Qu iter -
((1-41 of Northeast 1Juurterne 11-41) and
of. rt'fundinir bonds otherwisehat. of
TO THE ITBLItC or pan Heat Half ((1-1 UI!) of t.lh..t
urday. the hunted Indi'tilcilnvaB. n.pnwrntsd l by Ih.... and Quarter (1-41. ,
certain ImndN hemmed by the aid town of Norlhoa.t Quarter (1.11 of !icJuth..t
Misses\ Laura Carter and Creasy .
Uuiirter ((1-41 of Section 1."ty..l.1111.).
Shark, dated January I. H'02. .irnr.'unlinuIS.
]lodge, of Pine Hill, were attending My customers are hereby notified i .000 (00 payable 110 years after date thiTiiof lownhhip that .trawl serer. of(71 land, rungs deacrllied twenty. (201. Alao .
fullowat j
with Intrrnt tha of S rent
at rate
I Sunday school Sunday.FARMERBROWN. that after December 1st all sales it annum, iwyable otnl-annually on iwr the lint day per .Ileirliiulnii of Northweat four hundred forty (440) yanlaolith ,I
- meat market will he for rash on nf. January and July of each yearhlch ( 12A., Corner of Section lwrnly'fve
nwnnhlp ..
my . even ((71.) South r.".
fur the
\\ mid bnnilii w r luuvd |iurfmaa -
ly. I have been compelled to take this of constructing a system of waterworks Iventy nfty-rlirht 120) : .1.I4BHI and run Riot: four lionaired ,

I- step on account of the difficulty of collecting rdl'1l tb'i.07I nradford: I county I plant,' Florida of. ,the Town I hundred hundred:: nftv-.lnht twenty (1320)yardu yards; South.:;. 'Weal thirteen four
yard North
Thle the lit day of }November A. D. 1921.
my debts. The other markets IKlvluen" hundred. twenty I1IJO! | yard"to
D. C. ,ONES. place of heiilnnlnic. All of above .. .
iU Prllmd
I wonder who this is down in Starke have adopted the cash
coming system IIIt..lIICh.lrm.n Town t. unoll. .I land being In Section twenty-flve' (26)) townuliip .
the road Samantha ? and I must do the same to be .-- won 171 south reuse twenty ((20)) east f
contalnlnii In the aggregate three hundred
Why, that's Mr. Smith from over able to compete with them NOTICEIn twenty (no) arm, more or I.....
Court of County Juiluv, Stale nf FloridaUiadford . bald Half In aatiufy aid decree. and coals. t1
on Coon hollow Rt'llpO'tfully.ROYAL' "ounty.( A. S. tUKWS.!'
Howdy Mr. Smith. Bound for GEORGE Prop- In .co palate of William O. Tlann. minor. H-4-5I-12-S Kiieclal Muter
Notice la hereby nlvrn' to nil whom It mayennpi'in -
town TYes. p. s. MCMILLAN 11.11.3t that. I'hpodore Tlaon. aj vuardlan ul ---
Illlnm (I. Tlnon, minor, will nn the ggnd OIIDFK: FOR rl1lll.I"ATIONIn
. Going to settle my bill with day of IWi-mlH-r. A. I), lull, ai'l'ly I' the Circuit Court, State of Florida nlnhtli: t
DeWitt C. Jones You have a lot of Some critics might aptly lie described Honorable It. A. Grcvn. snooty jililu:: and Judicial (Circuit Bradford County, In ('10.". ,' k
for said county. at hie olllca In cuurUiuunont eery.Town.
I syrup cans. What's the price now. I as people who talk about one thing Slarke, In said county and state. at 10 of Starke, a municipal qJ,
another.Possibly dork a. ...., or aa .onli thrrvaflvr. ae the corporationComplainant. },
I paid $6.00 per hundred for quarts while thinking about itintti can Im hoard for authority to aril at #
IMilillo or private why the following duarrlbi ..
KAIFOKD and $13 for gallon cans real mtato, the. nf William. U 'I'lnnn. p
children of Starke were visiting rel |iroH'rty| Selma Severaon
atives'here Got them at DeWitt C. Jones hard- doctors never take theirown a minor In pad county nf llradford and atat I' Th'fendanL''
Sunday. medicine because there is no one of tlor"h.wll' U apnearlnir liy affidavit! appended to the
ware store I suppose ? The Wrot Thlrtyalx and two-think fn-t of hill filed! In the ahove-etated cauna that SelmaHevrraon.
Raiford, Nov. 25.-Mrs. W. I. Roberts I Herbert Ritch of Starke, was a visitor I to pay tho hill. lnt A and T of clock 17 'in the orliilnal town Ih. defendant therein. "named la a '
who has been visiting in Jacksonville I here; Sunday afternoon. Sure. Can't do better anywhere, of Stnrke Florida.. which application will hr I nonresident. of the Nuts of Florida, and ....
hued upon the iM'lition for such ...1" now on smiles at or near flt. Lords Park State of u
and he has ata $2.50 and
] for several returned to John new llli In said ciuirt.HaU'il '
days I I Thornton and Miss Girtie I Minnesota and that her address ,la It. It. No. ,
her home here Wednesday.Miss : Norman the resteamed barrels at 200. Syrup If some people were required to Nuv. Ill, 1DC1. I. Ily* 147, ilL Lou, Park Minnesota, and
were quietly married Sun- TlltODOIUJ TISOW'
that aha la .
a alnnla woman and \la over tlie ,
Helen Naurljrht and brother day morning at the home of the skimmers at 00 and 85 cents; syrup think before they spoke. they would K, M JOINS! Guardian. .... nf twenty-tine yearn i It la therefore or.
Attornry. _:IIt8.I1C'UMMIMMIIONtKII' - dered that paid non-raaldent. defendant lie and
dippers 75c to $1.10 testers never say anything.
Jack and Ralph were visitors to Jacksonville bride's) parents Mr. and Mrs. Riley ; syrup .__ la herehy retiulred to appear to the bill of f
Wednesday. Norman. $1.25 and cups, 7.r('. Got to have a : RAIKMi'nby : enmplnltit filed In said reuse on or before
I notice In glvrn that unili'r and l>yllrtur Monday the 6th day of Peeemlier, A. II >.
Mrs. D. W. Handley and son, Tom | W. II. Andrews was a visitor to cane mill this )'ear1 He has some To Remove the Mote. of lint rrrtaln doorre. of imrtlllon simile. 11121 I otherwliie the alleiratlona of said bill ?ro
good ones. Whin truxi'liiik; II.'"- should! alwityt and intrn-d In thin Circuit Court In and for will IIM taken .. confessed. liy said. defendant..
spent several days in Jacksonville lust' Baker county Sunday HraiUuril county r lorlda, In chancery, nn the It la further ordered that thin order heptiliHuhed
week. I I J. No; he sold me one last year.What's bear lu mtnd that clinter are apt to VTIh day of Ooliiln-r, A. II.) ItUI, In favor of once a week for four roniiceutlveweeka . r
Rev T. Barnes filled his
appointment complainant. and airamiitNnnl In the Ilradford Teleirraph, d
find flii-lr mi)1 Into the eyes. AD eye Mary Kaiilt-rnon. County anewapaper
Miss Ruth Roberts returned to her 1 here Sunday at the Baptist the matter with your boy ? KauUmon. and Jake 1 Ualllitnon. drfvnd- : published. I In said iunty. and
I Oh, he's been showing the town boys cop, a lotion for bnthing and! a few .".... tlm unili'i-Mittnt'il roniniliiiiliinvra" will otTrrand alate.Ihla.. '1
home in Worthington Wednesday ihureh. flaxseed should 1 be 'Included In your sill at tho front ilixir. of file rnurthouneIn October. 50, Ifflt.
how hove have to fight in the city Ididn't Htarkr llradford county, I'Inrbly during O. W. ALPRRMAN.
Mesrs. W. C. and Earl Whitten W. Mr. and Mrs. Jim
; Dowling were package A Imrai'lracid solution will the li'Kiil boiira. of Bah* on Monday. the. Alb (tM"1I1)) Clerk Clrmilr Court.
II. Andrews Brady Rosier and Adam visitors to Starke during the week. see tho othre boy but he said be found soothing fur eyes Hint ore In day of lliTi'inlxr, A. l>. IH21. to the hlifluvlnnd Hy C. A. KNKIHT. '
best hldilor.. for rash In band. the followIng A. R. CREWS Deputy" Clerk.HoliciUir I'
he looked bad.
Tyson attended the fair in Jacksonville Mrs Vesta Brown and little daughter pretty named from riant, wind or foreign mall diwcrilmd. rtal iiilate. .situated anti krlnv, .. for Complainant. 11-4-Et-li-I ,

last Thursday' j Marjorie Louise of Jacksonville, Well, Mr. Drown how about the ,..r. ..----

Messrs. A. D. Andrews and Tate were visiting relatives here during (food roads TnythinR new today ---- -

Denmark spent Thursday in Luke last week We are sure now of the good roads. Old Clty'i Pride.
Butler.A./ I B. D. Andrews was a visitor to They think they will be able to set The pride of Quelwc U its citadel

D. Andrews was a visitor to Jacksonville Saturday and Sunday the money to start about the first of /I !nlll, from which ihciu Is a view' thatno

Jacksonville Wednesday.Dr. ;,; S. T. Dowling, of Lake Butler was January. Good/ roads are what we city lu theoihl cnu mutch. .It tow. .)!y/ Yin/ i
era ulmoHt sheer, liuridiedi tif feet
D. W. Handley was a visitor to j, in town last week. all need. It's bound to help everyone.I I I .above the St. I.n\HVIII.' on one nine. :

.Tyler last week. ,I S. II. Moore was a visitor to Lake Why they are building rood, road! In 'I and tho, city 1111 the oilier, /ohiutile r f!

Frank Handlcy of Tyler was a recent Dutler recently every state and we are going to be I vision ii wide Sad i-ml'leii. miiit> of

visitor here. i I II right in the swim. Just think what river and forest mid (1"ruJ. nod the fur

Mrs. C. Moore was called to Willa- I ZIFF I it will mean to have the biar amount purple Liiureiitlunit.,

ford last week on account of the illness ; of travel right through the middle of' -. r d 'f ys1,q 1 "e r, ,per
of her brother Ziff, Nov. 25.-Mr. and Mrs. Gus the state? Think of all the auto! Mow Spain Cot Nam..

Mrs. Nabb and children and Miss ', Pudgctt Mrs Stella Jordan and children mid trucks coming over this road !' hpiiIn I'Uiiifilnclnilly. meniiH. llabt h dtt ".trG'' I-t / I li k kau

Vera Long, of Manning were visi 1 and sister Miss Grace Padgett from the Northern states. They're *! IVnlnoiiln. The word Is, appordHK .

tors hereatul'day:' afternoon guests j of Plant City spent the week-end here coming in hunches( now from every j to ;."""I! iniiliiii'ltv; .. derived/ ) from

of Mrs. .T. I. Moody. with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe! state. in the Union and they all say I Oiu I'Miile !':hll'I'" Thin. nnlnml -

Miss Adine Watson spent last weekend I Padgett. they never saw such such fine climate linn buts \t., > mimeroim in the
I 'minify pal| !lea '/l"NlrovlH'" V) linlft
in Staike visiting her mother. I Evan 1I0dge'IInd Miss Ruby Greenof and they don't want to go !back ffriipHAI'Heiin''' .-IK \\ ere Kept to ; '+

Miss Dora Johnson having closed Pine Hill attended Sunday school to the cold North.I tl,
.11 h't'' tin- :mh"ii> ul, nf 1 III M' linlfl.We II
the school she has been touching near r rat Dedan Sunday afternoon should say not. It makes me mil" tin ,rii),hil "ju>ii rt preleate't 625P.O.H. I I II

Law-toy returned to her home here | Mr. and Mrs. T. 1>. Dyal and children shiver to think of it. | Illl .' *>hn| | OlllliOKIIMi D.trata I I

Friday. I --- - Lt k s II
j spent Sunday at Hampton with Well good day Mr. Hrown. I must '

r Mrs. Ben Altman and baby of Jacksonville !'their brother, Eorney Dowling. bp going along. See you Dome other I In Circuit Cuuri; FOR. Hint rt'lll ul ICATKIN Florida. EiirhthJuiliolnl 1f I l l lt I

are visiting relatives here i j Frank Reynolds! of Graham was day. We all will be having auto : Circuit Ilradfurd (:bnnMty In I ban-
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this week. 1. visiting in this section Sunday after- trucks in place of our old mules pretty -
No Worm Child
Several from here attended the I in a Healthy tAll
I noon. soon. Then we can go to town ina
children. troubled with Worms have IIn uohialtliy
show at the state farm Saturday I). P. Lewis J, B. Thomas and .1. hurry. So long. color, which. ludlcatea pour bled soil assails -

night. i W. Lewis are grinding cane this week there. U more <.ir li... stomach dlaturbauoB.OHOVE .
I ; 8 TASTELESS: CHILL IONIC tflvnn reilularly -
Mrs. May Hood of Elnrbee was Messrs. John Shaw of LaCrosse 'I'HIW"SSA
fur two or three. weeks will enrich the ..blood
a shopping in town Saturday after Frazier Shaw of Brooker and Misses i Improve. the dlgestiom and actae II micralStrermtli-

noon. !Rhoda Alva and Alma Thomas and Theressa Nov. 25.-Mr, and Mrs. Ienln5Tonlctothis I throw off m diesel whole".I"m.the worrna..ndiheChlld Nature will will than IwIn

J \Mr. Cribbs was a visitor to Starke Amy Starling motored to Graham on Autumn Younirblood and daughter perfect, health Pleauut>take..73o pur" bottle.Biw I

Saturday afternoon.J. i Sunday. Geneva of Waldo visited i relatives -

I. Moody of Manning spent last Ellery Thomas, of Brooker was visiting here Friday. Jolty WtIITE&C w Now in Use '

week-end with his family here. homcfolks Sunday Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Gilliard are the LI '11- ...... 170,000 I .

Dr. King of Lake Butler was a Mrs. J. B. Thomas and daughter, proud parents' of a daughter born the alrla+s/1a WfrNr

professional visitor here during tile Hh" <':I. were shopping in Brooker on 13th innt ( thr.. tt safes Built with over strength in every part;

week. Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. i). W. Moore attendedthe built to withstand the constant strain of +'

Hubert Bennett, of Johrnstown wasa The Sunday school which was organized fair in Jacksonville Wednesday FOB condition
duty tested out every )
heavy ;
visitor here Saturday. at Dedan the Second Sundaywas Raymond I'revatt, of Starke wall

Mrs. W. H. Andrews and little son, well attended and had an enroll- in our town Friday. flic Quinine XI bom "Mot Allrct TBwnm > 11x,1 of farm and belt work and put to

John Arthur left Monday morning ment of 27 pupils and 20 visitors. William Hall left Wednesday morn- of /let fonlr: tad IIIK.HVB rlr''I. (to actual test by 170,000 owners during the
1 for Jacksonville where will visit Harry of TIVI IWOMIT OUNINf: lull( ,4)) run I..Leo> -.the Fordson Tractor has '
they Eddy Louise passed thru tog for Florahome where he will be by dnyim' vifhnilt I'MUMHM. "...roou.". r "ft past three years I
relatives before !going on to Bun- o-r> bt'rg:: Saturday enroutc to Brooker. employed picking! magnolia leaves. In'h "u, t;.W.<;1-1)':[. ,lawn lived up to every claim made for it.

nell where she will visit her parents.Mrs. Johnnie Williamson wall visiting --

Bertice Masters and two children !- Miss Lubedia Pinholster spent last friends here Sunday.Rev. To Stop a Cough Quick No matter what the farm t whether '

of south Florida are visiting Tuesday night at the home of Mr. and Rruner filled/ his regular& appointment take JIA YES' HEALING HONEY.* a plowing, disking harrowing, threshing:, I :
trough medicine which tbe
her sister Mrs. Son !Rosier near here, Mrs. J. B. Thomas. here at the Baptist church healing! the Inflamed and Hop Irritated cough baling hay, grinding feed, pumping

this week Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mills! and mother Saturday and Sunday preaching his A lox of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE water sawing wood pulling stir jsf fi'l-' I.

,V. I. Roberts of Jacksonville spent Mrs. Wilder, of Graham spent last farewell sermon. He has been called SALVE for Chest Colds. Head Colds and other
last Sunday at his home here. Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. R P. to the pastorate of other churche Croup la enclosed with every bottle of ing} silos, or any of the many job:

Prof, last weekend Lewis HAYES HEALING HONEY. The salve arcund the {...rm. the Fordson v/i'l: not
Thornquest G.
C. Lee of Lakeside
attended should lie rubbed on the chest and throat
; in Starke with relatives. Leo Dyal spent Sunday the guest services at the Baptist church Sunday of children suffering from a Cold or Croup only do end: do well, but quicker, easier;:

night. The healing effort Il'rit! : : ; Hrallnl Honor: In- and at less exppns I
aide the throat healing effect of
Sidney and Calvin Tricst motoredover <.", vf'. O-P>o-Trat> through the puns ol I
to Hampton the akin rem itotNi ooutfh There are so many diffeitnt lime; and !
Saturday morning Rot h remiNllea ar*parked In earn canton and the
wil Mr. and Mrs S. R. Swindcl gave! a cat u(the combined traatouuit U 35u. f money saving: ways in which the: Ford- 1'1

Use SAPOLBO candy pulling Friday night. A largo Just auk your druggist for IIA YES' son can be used that you owe It to your ,.1'' .

crowd feathered and interesting games! HtMJNti HONtY. self to got the facts. Come in and seethe 'I '!

: For Every Room in f the House were late enjoyed. They departed at a Are You Frail ? Ford&on or write or phone tor the (I'//I'I'informau
hour thanking Mr. and Mrs. !

: In the kilcfien SAPOUO clean pots pans Swindel for their kindness How's Your A'FetHe: ;, ? LL II HI!

' oilcloth and cutlery ; in the bathroom II. E. Moorer was attending to business I ,

',r ,' SAPOUO clean porcelain marble tiling in Alachua Monday. This Advice is Vital! to You

-the wash basin and bathtub; in they Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Triest were attending (.ovin("','". Ky.-"I was rundown in " .

} hallway SAPOUO cleans painted woodwork to business in Starke Satur health, hiiHiTccI.. ) with: l hi I in "''''1.a. 1. I . i J JIIII
.1.I ", IXKII HI K'tltO. H.( '.. "".IU1.' I' >r.< .
doors!, sills and concrete or stone day.Mr. (jd1"'ll'll !All-till, .,'ll( 1 )|1I'I\I"\ Miri.l nil .t
i__ floors. See that the : and Mr. Lon Lee of Baldwin sound 1 and vu-ll!. 1 I,lid our l 'IIII'IIM, II! ,itkinf / '

: nameSAPOUOieon 1.II"r tin' first. In't I Ituluii 1 l Lemur' tofc ,__ ... .. ", ..
> i/TOIII'I Ii) In tier Now I keep I a In 'tic of __ _-_._- .- -.1
every package. tl. t ?J',leulf.iliral Jh."VI'v'), i <>n Lund./ ;.;.;..:;.. ';" ... ..

ENOCH MORGAN'S 666 I aU!! 'ill' I time."-!Mrs. IS. K: Jluiclu-n: 113
d t Omit. 1'lattc.Start .
: on I the road to health ut tin't t liyolituiiiiiiK
JT' Ii
I 50M.'oct..r.. Will t tlni""IJiHi vnry"'if |11 f j' vr>'usfrom
break a Cold. Fever and AUTHORIZED
'"" I Ih i I your HfinhlxirljoiKfiln'i't ; 'lib.
h N.w York U. S_A. k,I (..nppe quicker than anything I | nr liqui'l; orsniid lllc t<, l I"< .'"'8 Ford and Fordson DealerSTARKE

we Know preventing pneumonia Invnhds'! IIIJte1 l in IlufTuIci, .v V.: for

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"$ -''possible--). The "old man" may swear .I Wilder spent<< Sunday at the home of | Mrs. H. Sprinkle passed through Only One :::::
t Bradford County Telegraph I! he will not pay taxes for his womenI [Despair Lurks I II Ky Mills near Brooker. I-here Saturday. To get the ......alnecall I= ;

-. I folks, b'gofth but that will make them Dock Thomas of Ziff was visitor I U. D. Johns and wife of Pine Hil!, riVKBKOMOQCINlHE.!: ---1 I

14 t Published", wetklyand entered as bit the more eager to ,'ote. and be- In Weak Blood !I: here Sunday afternoon. 'iwere,[ in this section last week. lo t.w.CBOVB.ugh and beadaUic.Cure a and

I and the candidate be I I
? ; second class matter at the post | twen them Mr. and :Mrs.\ Bruce Warren and
ki office Florida I will have an unenviable time until he 1 1------
'A' at Starke.
I' ; I G CUE'S TEITO-MANGAN!\ THE children of Worthington, spent the :
a .-. -. .'_- -- come to terms.
\ J.I
-- --- -- wec'kendII'lth his sister, Mrs. D.
e / E. S. MATTHEW'S Editor and Owner But as the proceed for the poll BLOOD UU1LDEK.: HOUSES Byrd. GENERAL INSURANCE

I taxes used for the school, the 1
t rf DULL FACULTIES Misses\ Francis Murrhee and Bessie

f t (\\I1II APOLOGIES) 1O M. G.) more the direct they amount taxation to the for less education.will be I' Abernathy organized a junior Chris HAROLD C. WALL i

Many a man and many a woman tian Endeavor society Friday afternoon
Wk i t the matter from that
angle -
j" ) There was a little many Looking at feels all out of sorts from thin, weak- with eighteen members and others I II
we may expect'i least little have been enrolled. Officers
: And he had a little head ened blood. The thing: as I
,I ture to enact a law for the pnuishmentof
: And his pockets were heavy with gone wrong throws them into a wild follows: LIFE BONDS AUTOMOBILE j
i ,
; men who deny<< their women I Il
Dough form of despondency. Instead of bracIng Francis Murrhee, superintendent.Mrs. jJ

"f1.+ r Dough money for poll taxes just as thoseart up and meeting ordinary difficulties Murray\ Parrish, assistant. \ l
I who their children
? t :I'11-,.I Dough. punished deny they are downed. Nerves are onedge. Aileen Surrency president. I -
\ : I At it wasn't in the bank school Appetite lags. Sleep is rest- Mrg. Mamie Beville, vice president E. A. MARTIN SEED

PAR''' r1 I A thief stole ev'ry franc; less. They are weak and tired and Edith Brown, secretary. CO.

r ) t. r Now the sad little man wails BRADFORD NOT A BACK NUMBER dull. Poor blood works its havoc till Pearl Johnson corresponding sec OLDEST AND LARGEST SEED HOUSE IN FLORIDA

o 1,1)', to "Oh, the will loses its power. Few people retary. FLA.
N ,.//I'47 I .1 Oh, Bradford county people a few who fall into habits of worry and de- Onie Mae Smith and Ruby Mae JACKSONVILLE.

I j Oh!" days ago: voted eight to one to upondcney realize that most of their Jones, treasurers. SEED POTATOES

.;t I., I issue $550,000 bonds for roads. troubles are due to lack of enduranceto Thelma Brown chairman of Flower Spaulding Number 4 Rote, Early Red Blue Triumph and Irish Cobblert. We ,,e

d, o'i tt the advantages possessedby The majority for bonds: was. prob- blood that has become weakenedby committee; :Mamie: Mills chairman of now ready to quote contract price for December and January delivery.Our .
ably the greatest ever given In Seed. Potatoes are the highett quality, Maine grown .elected .eed. Adnt
is overwork social >e'iola Starling, *
Florida over the colder states or straining. ; quantity and variety you will want.
i'r i t I I' that po fence posts foundations or any county in Florida." And we Healthy men and women with rich, church loyalty MARTIN'S HY TEST SEEDS

ti f ; roads are thrown out of line or otherwise once heard somebody Bay that" red blood see things brightly They Rev. Berryan Dyal and wife of Have nude food with both the small gardener and far er and the one who
and Bradford was a "back number. and Sampson, spent Sunday at the homeof thousands of Plant fall with Martin' Hy Test
} I damaged by the freezing tackle life with zest go along plant acre your crop Seed. and in.
r' : thawing of the ground. This makes I Punta Gorda Herald. smilingly full of eagerness and en- Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Dyal. sure results.
i We thank the Herald for its kind FALL CATALOGUE
o John Surrency was a visitor to
much of the works up there more durance.
costly to construct and to maintain. words. While the no-fence agitation Gude's Pepto-Mangan taken stead Brooker Sunday. Martin'.Fall Seed Catalogue i. now ready. Write for it. Everyone utercited
in Florida fall and winter should avail themselves of information
i was going on, Bradford county was ily restores the blood to its normal Mrs. Lossie Wasdin is spending the crop contained
in our descriptive catalogue. Supplied FREE on request to those who .end in their
fi+ j1; Henry Ford talks of bringing about sometimes sneered at as a "back num- richness.. It actually makes red corpuscles week with her sister, Mrs. John Eddy name promptly. Write for it today.
.4 ber" because it would not fall into
of :Mounteocha.Miss : -
social revolution by means of his the tiny particles in blood ,
the ranks with those who wanted untimely -
i'' cheap car. lie thinks it foolish( for which make it red. Druggists have Ruby Dyal spent the week-
.. farmers to live isolated on their homesteads laws that could not be enforced Gude's Pepto-Mangan in liquid and end with her brother Truman, at
.r I.! 'i but if enforced, would have caused I
could well tablet form.-Adv. S8SBS).
; "r when they just as Ziff.Edgar
only hardships and feuds and bene- Sparks, of Mounteocha, attended
e /+ live In villages and go to and from -
: their fields quickly by means of the fitted nobody except makers and dealers GRAHAM!\ Sunday school and church here
'f material. If have
in fencing we
"Lizzie." Ford is right. Living together Sunday.
i been slow in the matter of building Graham Nov. 25 Mrs. W. T. Was-
In villages would promote social i !Mrs. John Prescott is visiting her For Cash
r \ ?< intercourse make school attendance hard roads it has been first becausewe dm, of Waldo, was a business visitor son, Levy, at Ziff, this week.A OnlyAfter
have little deep'8and here and our
here Tuesday.
crowd of folks enjoyed a
make young
for the children
, I t roads have been passably good without Bowling of Hampton, was
i Earney
i' 4 { electric lights and running/, water so social at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
I hard-surfacing, and second, because here business.
i Tuesday on J. R. Beville Saturday night.
till all could have them together
It j: : cheap December 1st. all repair work supplies
is populated by self- business
our county Uncle Bob Surrency was a Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Matthews and
with pictures lectures!
: and other entertainments.moving Cooperation sustaining farmers, not by hotel keep visitor' to the county seat Wednesday. daughter, Roberta spent the week- etc., will be strictly CASH TO EVERYONE regardless -

r4 in buying and selling would be ere and the agents of big land com Mrs. Ed Parrish and sister Viola end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. of what they may be. We cannot run

ti t ',1 f brought: about and a sense of security panies who must depend on the tourists Starling:, were visiting their brother, Henry Wilson at Waldo. j this business under the present credit system and

r ,c'j r during severe storms given. In for a living. For such people to Acy at Ziff, Sunday. Our farmers are busy grinding cane for that reason we will absolutely refuse creditto
? r' build hard roads to bring in tourists, !I. F. Brown of Starke abstractand
and fixing to dig potatoes.
I Europe this system has been In vogue anyone asking for same. Save both of us the
in no more credit than for a manufac- insurance man, was a business
business visItor
:1 I feudal times when the farmers Ray McKinney was a -
since ,
: embarrasment of refusal cash.
by paying
sa turer to Install)) needed machinery and caller here Tuesday. a ;
i to Saturday.
M1 I, ?, had to huddle together in villages for Sampson
; tools they are for the bus- Alta Youngblood spent the
necessary Mrs.
Bessie will lead senior
+, ; enemlea and itt 1 I I Abernathy
f protection against ,
cash will be enabled to make
For we custom
1 that |iness.. week-end with her parents !Mr. and 1 Christian Endeavor Sunday night, beginning I :
has so many advantages no one
there would think of giving it up. I, But we want to keep up with mod- Mrs. Hall, of Hampton, at 6:45.Remember era better prices and they can rest assured we

t F With the help of the automobile\ the ern practices for the convenience of Messrs. Frank Jones and Sol Thomas prayer meeting every will give them every reduction poaaiblo.j .
.1 I ourselves and those who visit us. We of Sampson were business visitors Wednesday night.
It long distances between the farms here
'an be made negligible and, there is need new settlers to help pay the here Saturday. Jesse Cain, merchant at Louise and
taxes that further improvements will Mrs. McMillan of Georgia, is visiting
section foreman of the T. & J. railway -
the village
no good reason why \ system
'v' !! may not be instituted in this l require. We grow more stuff to the her uncle, Lee Youngblood, this was a business visitor here Friday Starke Vulcanizing Works
other of the
acre than any county wec'k. afternoon. .j j

i j country. I state and have several advantages not Messrs. Alonzo Goodge and Blox Jack Wynn, of Sampson, spent sun- '

'j'' I i iI CONFUSION WORSE CONFOUNDED ( I found elsewhere; but how will they Parrinh; of Sampson, were business day here with his brother, Niriam Ijilfj

I (i i become known unless we provide victors here Saturday.Mr. Little M. E. Wynn lIon the sick ,.

tempting thoroughfares to lure visitors . and Mrs. Jesse Woods and children list this week.

1 | here. No; we are not back num. spent Thursday and Friday at !
; 11 The American Legion Weekly recently -
p 'I but level-headed business friends and relative -
published a list of the differ 'beri men Sampson visiting LONG BRIDGE !i
I who do not hesitate to make Improve- *. 1'' i
ent bureaus, offices, commissions, etc.,
..n', 4 etc., where information about matters I meats when needed, and when they T. N. Kendrick, of Starke, was a Long Bridge, Nov.:; 25.-Cleo Crews! :,

|will pay. business visitor here Friday. is on the sick list. |
: that ex-service men are Interested
Mrs. Mamie Seville spent the weekend
P. B. Crews attending to business .
can be had. These places are Of v- was :
l t enteen In number-that is, if the offices The Hy-Grado Amusement Co. is in with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. in New River Saturday j l I

4 designated will attend to the matters town. and has located its different attractions McKinney of Wauchutta.E. S. C. Crews was a business visitor
l J. Murrhee was a business visitor
fwi i oj presented and rIOt tell the writers at the corner of Jackson & to New River Saturday. UNIVERSAL
Walnut streets. The show on to Starke Friday. I 11. THE CAR
p i II to go to the next neighbor. If opens Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Thomas and:! : j jt
I 1 Thanksgiving and will here until Orle Harper of Sampson, was a /
I the government had really intended : stay
,) afternoon.Mr. mother, :Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Johns !

aD 1 444 to shirk its duties and promises to the j I'j i Dec 3rd.Thanksgiving. visitor: Groover here Friday, of the Brooker sec Mr. and Mrs P. S. Crews of New RivI I' I n s c

soldiers, it could not have Invented a er, were attending church here Friday !
visitor here Fri- I
at; better way A crying need is just i I, service at the Baptist tion, was a business night. ;,
church. Rev. David Lander occupying day afternoon. I
bureau where ,
? one all matters J presentod l I Miss Luis Moody left Friday for i II. O. Rivers and "'. T. Turner wt'reI
the All denominationsjoin
exTscrvice }be pulpit.
by men can lidjusted. ,
business visitors to Starke Wednesday I
In this service at ten o'clock New River where she will visit her I -

s 1 Thursday morning. cousin, Miss Eunice !McKinney. '

11t'ST Will Warren of Ziff, was a business Little Jackson and Bill Rivers spent
I It visitor here Friday. Saturday at New River of -- I
? There is always happiness in this guests --- ,
world for one.'hen the Edgar Sparks and sister Gracie, of their sister, Mrs. P. S. Crews. I II
+ I 'I The married man will have another some summer -
expense to foot next year, for after : wanes the tears of the ice dealer Mounteocha, were visiting their sis Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Crews and son,

the panning of this year the women I brings cheers from the coal man. ter, !Mrs. Ray McKinney, Friday.Joe Carl, Mrs. Henry Adkins R. Richard

will have to pay )poll taxes if they If It Iw I II McKinney left Friday for Lake and Ruth Richard, of Lake Butler,

desire to vote. has Butler. were among those who attended ser
Many a man
f I Iiv.1,
of Starke was here
Morgan Prevail ,
vices here last week
ed In
I t. i i fancied security because he
ceased paying )poll tax when he was I E. K. PERRYMAN Saturday on business. Smith Denmark of Raiford, were
!Mrs. Charlie Hall, of Hampton,
in our section Friday night.
r fi5 1 ) years old 1; now he may have three
ATTORNEY-AT LAW spent !Monday with her daughter, Mrs J. E. Adkins, Rev. Daugherty) and
1 i or four daughters old enough to vote, I STARKE, FLORIDA
'' Elige: Youngblood.Mr. Rev. Williams motored to Starke Sat-
and the
9c} "old lady' herself may be under I
and Mrs. Joe Youngblood have
:t. 66 years of age. (She will be, if urday.
d41"'plit' moved to Louise. We are sorry to !H. O. Rivers was a visitor to Lake I Touring Car

$ It. _._________ _m_. ------- lose such a good farmer as Mr. Huller last week i $355 F.o. aGo Drnmr
"e IIImmIIIIDJ't Youngblood, but we wish them much
J. C. Cone, of Brooker was in our
I success in their new home. section Tuesday. : I

I Tommy Oldham was a business visitor Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Sapp were attending I

to the county scat Thursday.Ellis to business in Starke last ! In Comfort r.i

Starling, of Mounteocha, was week

here Friday and Saturday with her Sheriff Epperson and Deputy Baia- I [

\ sisters, Mrs. Edd Parrish and Miss den of Starke in
were our burg, one
Ii where
your pleasure-go you
Viola Starling day last week.

11 Tom Mills was a business visitor to Mr and !Mrs L. L. Renfroe passed I GO choose and when you choose with 1'1'

Gainesville Thursday through our burg Friday enroute to : your family your friends. Enjoy

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Saxon, Robert Jacksonville to attend the fair. I
I the boundless beauties of nature the pure i
;, Brown and Percy Griffin, of Hampton Howard Thomas attended church I .
air a lunch in a shady wood a fishing
here Saturday afternoon.Mr. ,
were here
Saturday night. II i
Eiberton Blue Georgia Granite and !Mrs. Autumn Youngblood, Mr. and Mrs C. F. Rivers of Lake excursion; a rest by a cool lake stream.

I,, I "THE STONE ETERNAL" of Waldo, were business visitors here Butler, attended services here Wednesday 1,1 I

Q And GEORGIA MARBLE in its various shades make Saturday. night.H. I You can in a Ford. Millions have learned ri n
I Mr. and !\In. Prescott of Ziff
Levy .
T. Parnell, of New River, was
i i and Will Warren were here Saturday in our section Monday afternoon. by experience that tQ own and operatea

f' MEMORIALS I : on. business. Ford is not an extravagance; they

s .Mr.\ and Mrs. Tom Osteen of Brooks NOTICE have learned that the many pleasures Ii IiI 'I
Renowned I spent the week-end with their j '
{ derived from a Ford takes the place
t I daughter Mrs John Surrency. Starke Poultry Farm",want 100 I I II

", : :". FOR ARCHITECTURAL DIGNITY Messrs. Ed Yarborough and Frank bushels of corn. Will pay 60c per I of other pleasures, and the saving N I i

_ and EVERLASTING ENDURANCE Reynolds attended the candy pulling bushel delivered to the Starke Poultry I thus made often pays for the car and its r:,
'i at'the home of Miss Nona Brown on Farm Starke, Fla. IO.262t'e maintenance.Let's .
f' I
r' Three essential factors to be considered in buying Saturday night.
mon '0 Worms in a ntaitliy Child
John Surrency was a business visitor ;
+" umonts! arc, BEAUTY, PERMANENCY APPROP. to the county seat Saturday. ,..).Lildrea troubled with Worms h,,'..> on uofaralthy I' talk this matter over. Get the
color whli:b Indicates poor hlnrd. and ... f facts and
figures. :
I RIATENESS. You have the assurance of this "combi Rev Dock Crews filled his regular ml.. :'..:c ij meta or I CM ,toou.,?, cliaiurtMacv.rr : I :111:111I
nation when buying our material. appointment here at the Christian ",rv-, TAT! "'LE!:!> O'lU TO'n; row- I I "I
arty: f 0' church Sunday morning and night. m:>r">vc tnmiu. <..|,'""..IMII..ktM.iuiwra.S.r. J. W.ANDREWSJR. Dealer !
v Mr. .alld, Mrs>\vtunin" Youngblood r i &nt7.routrr.I ..*.. ..r.i ir\ ...".,."...i 'n.r u> N'atu-".f'vrlColds .i th11 ,
Manufacturer of the foutH tied children of Wnlilo attended serx ,......... p i I. I Starke Florida.' ,<

Lttn' Field or Special Rpr*.*ntmt .-, x :and Sunday lol here Sunday. Li i

r. I I. W.. ELLERY DAVIS. STAHKE, FLA; Harry Eddy: of M"nnt "ha. was a Cause urp= ant tafiuenza Jm-fJiiWfb.i'-I:.
: I
d .visitor here Sunday afutinoon. LAXATJVEBROWO QUIVrrrT II
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roughs property. Mr. Bishop will repair Mr. and Mr*. Joe Green spent I Cable Piano Co., 82-84 N. Broad St., Atlanta, Ca ll-18-'lt-

and remodel the cottage and occupy Sunday at Guilford, guests of Mr. and .. "
;its .h n _. ___
it his The Mrs. Seth Kotx-rts. n.
with family. pros-
[ I
i of LocalInformation pect for good roads. seems to have already Mrs. na'lsfilii! \ Ruby Phillips, I

had its influence on the Starke Marcus Dfkle, Harry Shallar, Miss
realty market. Many other deals are Ruth r..hard, Mrs. Jesse Howling, I' TEN BIG DAYS AND NIGHTS OF FUN y
1\\ II under consideration and will probably Miss A'ae Dub Miss Ethel Roller

be closed soon. son, Richard, Ezra Steward, Miss / STARKE, FLORIDA
.. Omr l..rr., ta..l..I Ruby Proctor, Leroy Mizclle, Miss ,
$J II ...-. *. ae C.mmr. T_ J LAKE:: BUTLER Norma l>i'kle and Clarence Hoberts// NOVEMBER 24th to DECEMBER 3rd '

I motored to a cane grinding "

.-- ----_,. Lake Butler, Nov. 25.-The Worn day evening at the home of Math All Attractions Furnished by the t

__ Rev. M. L. Smith spent Tuesday in turned home the same day but Mrs, an's Club met Monday afternoon in Duke at Five Mile.
(Jacksonville.Miss Limbaugh remained for a :lew day I regular business session, Mrs. A. C A teachers Institute will be held at HY-GRADE AMUSEMENT CO.
visit with Mrs. Chas. R. Ens)'. Strickland presiding.The the Lake Butler high school auditor-
ium Friday. The welcome address
Marguerite Shriver spent the O. E. S. met in business
week-end in Gainesville with friends.J. Immense quantities of strawberry cession Tuesday afternoon regular, Mrs- will be given by Mrs. A. C. Strick DOLL AND CANDY BAZAAR "

plants have been sent from Starke R. E. Dell presiding.The land. EVERY AFTERNOON AND NIGHT
S. Starling, of Lawtey, had business this fall. They are still going for Woman's Missionary Shelton Hall, of Gainesville, was

In Starke Saturday. ward, mostly by parcels post. C. A. met Wednesday afternoon, Miss society Mar- in town this week visiting relatives. Bring the Children. Let them ridethe $10,000 HURDLER,
Durling is the heaviest Moss Hewitt, of the Five Mile section ''
shipper\ shall Proctor in charge. i- t which is beautifully illuminated
Rev H. H. Black, of Lawtey, was a was looking after business here! ;,

ifvistior to Starke Tuesday. Dr. A. J. Boss, of Monroe, Ga., has Tuesday Mrs J.V.from. Townsend Dade City,returned where she on Monday. K "THE LADY WITH THE DIAMOND TEETH"She '

been in Starke during the week. Dr. has been visiting Mr. and Mis. JohnL. will appear every afternoon at 2:30 and
Mrs R. M. Prevatt, of Lawtey, wasa Large numbers of turkeys and at 7:30 in the
Boss is of
visitor to Starke Friday. one Bradford's pecan mag- Smith. chickens have been vent from here to evening. The first lady who finds her at the lot will
nates and
I owns a large and fine orchard Mr. and Mrs. J. B. :Scott; returnedto receive
Jacksonville handsome manicure
a Find
two miles south of St rke. lie during the week. set. this lady and a.korthe
their homo in Vitldoxta
Miss Ella Armstrong, of Madison, after a visIt her
present.1J Be Wise! Come
comes here every fall to dispose of with Early! Stay Late!
Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Harrcll. '
has been visiting Mrs. W. L. Wall.
: -/elamcutsmmmmmmID
his pecans. Mrs. J. T. Davis and son returned It may be true that there is no rest .J
for the wicked. In fact, experience _
Fulghum seed oats at Bryan's. to their home In Valdosta after a visit
Bring your eggs to Bryan'i. Best with only confirms us in the belief
Mr. and Mrs.
D. W. Borum. >I mmlommwlommlatasnmsamtomlmsmmtnmmmtalorort!+
Mary Pickford in "Heart o' the Hills" prices, cash or trade.A Tate Denmark, of Raiford, has purchased -

Thanksgiving night. Gaiety Theatre.I the pressing club from Mr.
number of fine hogs for breeding lagan[ and is ready for business.Col. ," .

Judge K. A."Creefi pent part of purposes, which had been exhibited at : A. Z. Adkins, Col. D. E. Knight fENT-A-WORD OI Ii
last week in Jacksonville, attending the state fair, were unloaded from n Sheriff W. J. Epperson and Judge R. Jewelry---
freight train in Starke Monday morn- A. s
the Shriners'convention' Green, of Starke, attended court
ing and from here sent
I by express' to here this week. I

Miss Nelle Roberts, of Lawtey, In points along the Wannee branch and Mrs. Sidney J. Catts and daughter

pent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. E. Alachua county. spent Monday In Lake Butler. I \'ANTEn-Purchaller for'one or two We have one of the finest lines of watches-

L. Biggs. A son was born to Mr and Mm. good: mules D. E. Knight, Starke, N'tr
The rains and warm sunshine of Waltham
Pitt Townsend Sunday.Dr. Fla.) 11-25-41. Elgin, Illinois Springfield Hamilton "'
Mr. Thornquest, principal of the late have helped the sweet potatoes and Mrs J. E. Maines are visiting
-- --- --- brought Starke. All
school! at Raiford, spent the week-end and cane to ripen. Strawberry plants friends in Jacksonville this WANTED-Renter for small farm; -ever to grades from

'with his family here. I have liven set and vegetable gardens week. cither sure rent or part of crop. D. 7 to 21 I jewels, both in wrist watches and
planted and the
I young crops have hada Frank Andrews, of Jacksonville, E. Knight, Starke, Fla. 11-25-41.
Mrs. Bruce Norman, of Jacksonville fine start. visited friends in town lastvweek. railroad. And our prices have been reduced "

spent the week-end at the homef Mrs. P. P. Dekle, of Five Mile, was WANTED-Trade good farms for I to meet the times for first quality watches.
her uncle, E. S. Matthews C. E. Wood and family, of Palatka, shopping in town Friday. She was town or city property. D. E. Knight ,
Mr. and Mrs. Schilke, of Detroit, Mr. Starke, Fla. tl25.4tVANTEDRenters t
accompanied home by Misses Norma .. Silverware 1847 Rogers 50-year grade.
Tanlac is made of roots, herbs and and Mrs. Hydorn and children, from lekle and
arks and contains no minerals or I Kansas moved to Starke ]last week Dr. and Ruby Proctor. \ : furoud/ farms Community Silver and Plated ware. A large
I Mrs. J. M. Mann spent who will rents
opiates. Turner's Drug Store, and will make their home here The pay by improving
Starke'l Strout Farm Agency has sold property one day frionds.last week in Jacksonvillewith property. II. E. Knight, Starke, assortment from which to make your selection.

May McAvoy, Realart Star, to these parties. Fla. .11-25-41.
[ 1 5 reduction best
Mrs. H. F. Priester and daughter, per cent on our quality silver t

Private,in "Cactus Scandal Crandall, Friday.," Sat.Roy Gaiety Stewart 1 Miss Josie Hoffman went to Jack- last Mills week Frankie, attended the state fair FOR syrup SALE barrels-New at SR-gallon market price.cypress J. during the next 30 days.

t sonville Saturday to see her brother
S. Blitch
T. J. Townsend was a visitor to superintendent, State
Claude Underhill and family left Louis Hoffman, who Is now at hisfather's ,
Farm, Raiford Fla. COME IN
Jacksonville last week. 11-18-31. AND LOOK OVER MY LINE
Thursday for a motor trip to Frost home, 770 Talleyrand Avenue -
roof, where they will visit relatives. His[{ friends are glad to know John to Lake Clemons Butler,: of Brooker. motored I FOR SALE-Good feeding hogs, of
that he is recovering from the serious Monday.A. good stock. Prices reasonable My

Syrup barrels, cypress, at Bryan's. accident which he sustained in I'ensa- Sapp.. 12. Proctor spent Tuesday in place! is two miles west of Ftnrkp. U. D. MINER

cola W. N, LaDue. 11-18-21 ;

Mrs. II. O. Brown and children went Walter Knight and Maurice Lang- -- -.-.----,------- STARKE, FLORIDA
o i Lake Butler to spend Thanksgiving I At the convention of the }<'. F. W. ford, of Gainesville, spent the weekend WANTED-Renter for good farm, 40

vith her parents. C. in Gainesville last week, Mrs. J. T. at Lake Butler. i I acres cleared., who will build rl' l-I i b
\ Hev. S. S. Proctor returned home ht c rei rtinarofflfflnrooDaCTroaiimiimCTraniajiiiniuiiiiKjinomCTmn: ! R>aJllmmC DmtJt':
Moore, of Lawtey, was elected vice dunce and 1 improve the farm for mmmu:
Col. D. E. Knight is having the president I of district, which includes: Tuesday! after a week's meeting/ : at | rental. D. E. Knight, Starke, Fin --
[fences around his property, corner 'I Starke. Mrs. Moore is a talented club LaCro\ ne. |I -25-41.. - - - - - -
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rValnut and Madison streets, repaired woman and will fill this position with I Ex-governor Cntts spent the weekend -
Miss Docla Rigdon returned Satur- I J. S. Howard, of Dukes, motored to Wood, brick, concrete and pnlntlng.

fluy afternoon from a three weeks' C. Cady has joined the pecan town Saturday i, short Plans notice.and specifications Prices made on I StartA
''sit in south Florida. growers, and has made preparation to Knnce Andrews, of Miller, motoredto A. Koon, Stnrko. 11-4-41*R
Lake ,
set out trees on 12 acres of land, CO Butler Monday I -. I
People who have been helped banlac feet Between Math Dukes and Marcus Dtkle, of WANTED ,
y I apart. them will be set -Purchaser for 2 1-4 acres 4L
arc always anxious and willing ''Chinese sand pears The pecan trees Five Mile, were business visitors here I of land and. good! 0 room dwelling, !

i tell others shout it. Turner's Drug I' have been grown by Mr. Cady and Siiturdny. I| 100 foot pump of good water, in'I I

tore, Starke. will be budded with choice scions an town T. II.last Rimes, of Miller, motored 1 to I Lake Butler. I), E. Knight;( SUrke, <:
week.Mesdames .
I soon as they have taken good root Fla. 11-25-41. I
Read the advertisements! in this I hold 1'. M. Padgett, A. C. J' -- -.-. Bank Account
|umber of the Telegraph. Our live I I Strltklnrid and F. Wise, P. M. Padgett;( FOR RALE CABBAGE PLANTS

ncrchunts are asking for your trade.I, Mr.\ and Mrs J, J., Rigdon had! as motored to Gainesville last week to I I Early Jersey and Charleston Wake- ',

on't lot them ask in vain. guests Sunday, Mrs. Sarah Douglas( attend the federation convention. field, $1.25 per 1,000; 5,000 loin andover I

and !Mr. and Mrs. Ancel Cone, of Lake Uncle Dick Duvis, of Five Mile, was $1 per $1,000 F. O. n. Val- j
Among those attending the state Butler, Mr. and Mrs. C. Burnsed and a business visitor to Lake Butler on I cloHta, Ga. Kinney Wholesale Plant ffft Starts bank account with us and we will help you

ir in Jacksonville last week were J. daughter, Miss Verdie, !Mr. and Mrs. Monday. |I Co., Valdosta, Ga. 11-11-41 make it larger. We are equipped to care for your de-
Truby, Jack Howe, J. J, Truby, Hamp Rhoden, of Macclenny John Billy Roberts, of Five Mile, wa
posits with absolute safety, There i is no function of a
TIBS Mabel Wellcr J.V.. trammeling business in town WANTED-Salesman with to call'
Andrews, demons and son, Alvin, of Brooker Satur ear i
r., Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Anderson.Mrs. C. !Moody, of I.aCrosse. ,day.R.. on dealers with a low priced 6,000 bank we;cannot perform. Every fa"!I:Y afforded to 1' "
E. Dell has purchased from Lake mile fabric and, 10,000) ) mile cord farmers and others for transaction of their banking

John Suuers, of Pittsburg, and !Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and I I Butler Hunk the )lot west of his store lire, $10000) week with extra business. Accounts may be opened by mail and monies -

jlr. and Mrs. George \V. Brown and children, Miss Elizabeth, Hugh, Jr., and the store! houses belonging to commissions. Universal Tire & i deposited or withdrawn in this way with equal fac.

ildren, of Homestead, Pa., arrived and Mary, and J.V.. Andrews, Jr., Mrs VIney Dekle. Rubber Company, Michigan City, ' ility. There are scores of young men in Bradford coun-
ere Tuesday and are occupying their left \Vednesduy for a motor trip toDeLand Henry VarneR, of Johnstown, was Ind. ]t.
I ty who should start bank account. The dimes they
w home attending court here a
bought from B. M. Dowl- where they will spend Tuesday --- I1
g on Sanderson street. Thanksgiving' day with Col. and Mrs.\ IV.. forum and little daughter, STRAY HOG-At my place, 1 l-1-2 ,[ throwaway every month if brought to our bank would

J. E. Tutth. Mrs. S. E. Brownlee also Frances, spent Sunday at Lake Geneva. miles went of Lawtey, one red and' make them independent as they reach the noonday of "'

| New line of shoes. Prices lowest in accompanied them as far as Palatka, I black spotted sow, weight 175 Ibs., life. In fact, every person who has a dollar should

wn at Bryan's. where she remained to visit her I! Rev. G. W. S. Ware, of Worthing and marked straight split in left ear start a bunk'account.Try it and you will always thankus
, daughter, Mrs A. V. Long ton, delivered two interesting sermons upper square In right. Owner for
toss- can't have good health with a here Sunday. can get same by paying feed bill I this advice.

;r Bordered stomach. Correct your Do those who come here from elsewhere I, Lewis Wilkinson, of St. Petersburg, and paying for this advertisement

mach disorders with Tanlac andu ; to buy chickens, eggs and cither was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. O. E. Roden. 11-18-41 '

will keep well and strong Tur- produce pay license? How about Mann Wednesday. I! FOR SALE-We have ; '

r's Drug Store. If pencil venders have peddlers and beggars: ? Jacksonville.Miss Mrs Onie. Pons spent Saturday in fine piano slightly used near and Starkc partly' Bank of Starke"The
we no ordinance
to license
paid for
|Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Mrs. DeWitt C. i such people, who come down here every Georgia Epperson entertaineda ty willing, which to complete we will sell to (Iar- j Bank of Helpful Service."
k ,nee and Mrs. E. K. Perryman winter to prey on us and divide number of junior boys and girls at monthly the remaining -
P fled Saturday from re-j her home Friday payments. Rend name
profits with those who evening.
pay license" and address
here they attended the annual con- ', there should be one. And among the Mrs. W. M. Johnston and daughter, for full information. .....

f. Lion of the Florida Federation of I license payers should be included Willie Mae, spent Saturday in Jack -
- --
oman's Clubs those who delude our business men sonville.

with worthless advertising schemes. Mrs. Bob Greene, of Brooker, visit
i; Mr. and Mrs. T N. Limbaugh and ed Mr. and Mrs Joe Greene here last Come to Central Florida's Busiest StoreIf

ft, Thomas, motored to Jacksonville II. A Bishop, owner of the Starke week. .,.

turday. Mr Limbaugh and son re- Telephone Exchange, closed a deal 1-

lltub-My.Tlsm. Tuesday with F. F. Stump for the lot your local merchant doe not carry your want com I,.,.. Many women in your community: hop
antiseptic and
%in "killer, for infected and cottage: adjoining Mr. :Stump's; here.. Our aim is to at all lime render good irrvice, maintain a high quality of good and sell. at mailed.
sores, .
t ttor home, better known to the older pncei po ible.. Our stocks are equal in .i.. of dove in the with of
( sprains, neuralgia, rheuv citizens A. P. any tale the |>tion one city. .
itism.-Adv.Ihe of Starke as the E. "'. Burr H.CIGARS
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r Deafness Cannot Be Cued -
eal ar.Ii' M. us they' cannot Quorit
t di , l 'I r i,f the car 11i "f ;
{h ,eatmeutIIALt'ts: ). *;tintlti.-' SerJice
, I t: CATAII1IIIconstitutional \
a remedy
"rnal IteafnttM: la In- Try our line of cigars. They will OA/NI/ !SV J
ict rendition or ttie ::. :;tebr.nt of !,"LORID'"
I iimarltUn T...... w. en thin. tube r .In BUICK SIX please. Made from the best
t ed. ynu have a run tlM. aound or selected ,
II, 'tx, d'.d tsirea'y 1)r lire, ---i.- tobacco by .
... ) i Iv..JI:;
ton;; 'lees the', remiit, nl.a"hornJ'e All Postage Charges Paid By Us
experts. On mail
n.>* : aoon;- he CIIM diftrnve brcdure foreve<1. i.I Goop I AS ..NEW5 NEW TIKES ...., 'J Order .
I JMEDrcJNB arts /

', of h the The and system Mood reatorlns, on thin the reducing,normal murou the conai'a ier Inatlon --- C. E. MORFOTT Ju" Stark,':Cigar Company An exclusive Mail Order Department in charge of an experienced ''' Iiopper' -.

lulars AT GROUNDS, I" Let her shop for you...Just writeFmnAY

Cheney free.4 A9 Co JPnlrlf..ta.- ". Ohio.rr .:,. :: ':= j STARKE I I L J

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I\I'N r f \VILL CUT rilKHJIlT; itA TEStl"O vided he has land of his own en 1 add to his capital stock year by yearas
Automobile License Law
,, t "which, ..> gra'V such :"rin shorts opportunity permits. In other ATe\v

c- ( lie Effective Within )10 Days on All and cottonseed meal produced in other words, land should be plowed deeper

l ; : Roads of Country, sections and bought by the cow this fall than last fall and sub-soiling\ Discussea By State. Comptroller

!r i ... owners reduces the profits of milk should be practiced freely so that t I

i ; New York Nov: 16.-The association production, and home grown products deep Boil capillarity may be main W Cigarettes Important Information for All Owners of Automobiles

t t of railway executives representing equally anwell tained and increased. ; 4
serve thee purpose and Trucks. File Applications Now
:'t r i "i.{ 201 railroads today decided to put 11: J; 3 ;
as material brought in. Also it i III advisable in the /general

It I \ : t 'j/ into effect a ten per cent freight rate For the purpose of utilizing homegrown scheme of farming that winter crops I !f Get Tag December 15.

L. reduction on all farm products, "an material he nhoul I provide te generally grown, as land plowedin '

1 t noon as possible." The reduction, itt himself with a ..malltrrlnling mill, alS'l summer and fall and left bare during .' !.,' .,.,. .. r,t'.. i' All ownersof Automobiles ter it as written. He will dt 4u
!\ was announced, would not apply. to feed cutter and a ro t slker The winter will lose considerable fertility .' .. - r-O' ''''' i I motor trucks will, be very tnuchimtcresed possible to save the car owner in.

intrastate rates in New England, but east of these three implementshouM. by leaching. Cover crops will ( ; in the office'following of State-statement convenience but the car ovn\ <
from the should
N' s '4"r1' co-operate by filling
would effect freight entering and cxn-ed $75) to $100 unj: a man this and should be out
i no prevent grown on K'i t e Comptroller Ernest Amos Thin application carefully fully
a I leaving those states. u-'th! a couple of cows will save this' every farm. The small grain crops I \ ; E f" paper it co-operating with the accurately. Cars for private; ar vie

nr .,\ .' Announcing the dicinion. Thomas I amount in the course of or'e year are excellent for this purpose. Before J ] Comptroller in en ing public information take different rate than when used

DeWitt Cuyli-r president", of the Association i f '(fln the use of those impli'inerts.i : planting spring crops these win I mTFI Yo aa to the requirementsof for hire. Information as to use of

.r r t I of railway executives, stat- ,I i. li has been found by prasc'cal experience ter cover crops should be plowed under '7; the new law. car tered must for be given. A car rr
New license tagi will be requiredon private use and laT
j'l ; 4 I: cd that any reductions in such rates '! that forty pounds of corn In this way considerable humus rr i T all motor vehicles January first. operated for hire will)] rcquir-;

zit f made since Sept. 1, 1920, were to be in the ear wh ".'t the shuck and HIX- will be added to the soil. i i iirCw; iiri*_*.._"_" v.1I_*>.>... Applications to register motor vehicles different license. A tap cannot a

dl g included in the 10 per cent and that ty pounds of vslvet beats n tin l,nlproind The Florida farmer loses heavily and secure tags are made to used on any' car except one !f.

it would be put into effect without together' gives a diry feed! by negligence in handlinghis I Oneforrvudruw.VIRGIWlA, I Ernest Amos, State Comptroller, which b ued. When a car "'ate

1 I for reduction in The tnat every year I O..r,..._"" '_........." Bun'E'" i Tallahassee. hands the tag goes with th :al i
f waiting a wages. 1'c.81 l to concentrates onj soil. The soil should be plowedin .. . ."" BlanUaThe and the new owner must trar.fcrto !

r freight rate cut will apply throughout ,:I,I '.:. buy. Thew rhould be gri-unJ] to. the fall and cover crops grown, I'I One Cur,; I'' blanks on which to make his name.

l the entire country except on traffic gether to the texture of coarse bran, thus saving loss of fertility, thus producing application may !be secured from Kind of Tires
moving wholly within New England. be fed to the cow along Hi3 firsst fcrv ccos pcrfcct:
''S hand| should winter grazing crops and thus jr any bank. Clerk Circuit Court Tires must hr specified ,
ink I P It was explained that the new rate i with some roughage, such as corn I adding humus to the soil in the i rrdb'.cndsd : County Judge or Tax Collector. matic or solid. Pneumatic niean -

would tic, effective in ten days as the i stover cut by the feed cutter into one- i iI spring. aye ; Also blanks win! he furnishedto are inflated with air. all th e

4 ; : I railroads, it was said, had asked the half !Inches in length, and also some I : automobile .I\lhl\ or the to State individuals kinds are classed as sot' ,
I 1" on remtejt by "ote limits;
2OforI5kj weight on all cl- .
interstate commerce commission tot material such as sei(
green rape. CONTROLLING CUTWORMS Comptroller The blanks will be of can in table below
,I, I authorize the change on one day no- | The slicing machine can be uttl- available at any time after Xov-

t ,, ..' tice. The reduction will cost the railroads ized profitabley in the slicing of ember 15th and the applicationsmay How to Remit
esti very Cutworms are the almost hairless 'Hi::=:: ni1II be filed any time after that Make remittance .
it .
asI + I'! 'I about $515,000,000 was! i bets, turnips!!, mangels, rutabagas i @ '
date But 1122 will not in
I caterpillars) of several .species of taga any money order, express in n
i))1 I mated. I etc., that can be cut very success I FIFTH. .AVE. Ca..' be mailed out before December bank cashier's check
moths. The are laid mostly on " T""* < or c: .3
;, "The railroads have reduced freight fully) and fed to the cow, as the cow eggs fifteenth as they will not be check. Do not send per tl i)
i 'r I. : substantially from the level established resembles the human in some respect grass: in heavy sod land. The larvae valid for use prior to January Ut. checks. Do not send currcn
: I 1920"Mr. feed on the grasses. Consequently ::722. Owners of motor vehicles less registered mail. Be
by the committee in August, In that it likes a variety in -- !stir<
: statement said. "The on land which has had considerablegrass her friends at her home home it being are urged to apply early for their remit sufficient to er' ,
r Cuyler's Its fed and does best when this variety I tags. Do not wait until December
cutworms are most trouble. the occasion of the 15th birthdayof and any more than nece'sar ill
i'' reductions already made are estimated is provided. 31st to apply. Several thousand be refunded by Comptroller
L i as accurately as can be, to involve lime To I'lant some. When such land is plowed the her daughter Miss Edna. The others do that. "Apply early a.d In
the rate of from natural! food of the caterpillars is time wag spent in games, after which avoid the ruth." figuring price licence,
loss of at the
a revenue Now is the time to consider weights are figured in'l"n hundreds
$175,000,000 to $200,01)0,000) annually. of the cow with green win- cut off and they arc forced to concentrate Mrs. Browning served a delicious sup Paaacnger Car Weight of pounds' fifty pounds jr>

The reductions on many roads providing: and recommend rapeas on plants set out later. Theyare per at 10:30.: The guests departed Weight of vehicle is required 1n less not counting!, over fifty pound
ter pasture, we especially troublesome to such wishing Miss Edna happybirthda's. all applications. The Comptroller counting as one hundred.
l loss much greater than Dwarf many
itp represent a one of these. Plant the will have as complete informationas Write all
and addresses
i'' any corresponding saving realized Essex variety about the last week in' crops as cabbage and beets. he can obtain from factories, plainly. Many names signatures

't ,f' from reductions in wagon already ef- : in rows about 30 inches The cut surface of the plant on J. N. Norman and son, Troy, spent and if owner of a Passenger Car are hard to decipher peoples, Take Iht<
September which they feed is so small that it is Thursday and Friday in Jacksonville does\ not know weight the Comptroller .-
) t,,, 1 fected. The railroads ere, furthermore less apart, so as to allow cultivation information time to write plainly and your ;
awaiting decisions, of the labors : or Thank- impractical to attempt to poison them taking in the state fair. can supply! if will be sure to be put in the mss
about the is
of the crop. Along car fully described as to year
1; board which, it is hoped, will relieve make another planting. There by direct application of the poison to We are sorry to report Mesdames\ of, make, model etc. The owner correctly ad<1r( c' .

the companies of the expense of many giving be at least an acre providedfor the plant attacked. They are best G. W. Green and Fred Waters on the however, should endeavor' to as- Whe'n Your Taj Arrive

,. ," C I onerous and uneconomical working should intend feeding. cambatted by means of a poisoned sick list this week. ceriiin weight in advance so correct The envelope containing tin lag
,1 head
_ every you bait a good one being: Bran 20 Mr. and Mrs.\ Dewey Green spent remittance 11)01Ibe sent. Information will also have a small pocket envelope
I I not
The now
l ,, i ::1 conditions. are Then In the middle of October plant on weights will be avail on outside containing mom
3 st : i i t in a financial condition to take this oats and rye broadcast and duringthe pounds, cottonseed meal 5 pounds, the week-end! in Lawtey, guests of able at same places where blanksare vehicle certificate. Open this

i 1 l 1 sacrifice. winter if these crops should showsllt'nll paris green 1 pound. Thoroughly mix relatives obtainable. pocket envelope and !get your c-r

; Hope for ItunineH Revival of low vitality a little top dress these while dry and then add 2 1-2 Weight of Truck. tificate before throwing awai 0 ih

"Unless there should be some revival / gallon of water and 2 quarts syrup. MILLER In the case of trucks informationon tag envelope.The .
of soda will help them
y ing of nitrate The mixture should be thoroughly chassis weight and standard size of the 1922 tag is 'i ixe

} in business, the probability of along. These crops should .also be II but not sloppy so that it will Miller Nov', 25.-Mr. and Mrs. J. body allowances will be available.If by law. The Comptroller did .Infix '

s 'f which is conjectural l. the entire immediate cultivated after every heavy rain during damp M.\ Mott, of Lape Butler, spent the truck is equipped with special the size. There will be "
losses involved In this proposed the winter months and so should J fall in fine flakes when sown broadcast design body :It should be weighed One Tag and. it is to be! attac'',
reduction in rates would be taken over the ground. Professor J. week-end with the latter's parents if possible ; otherwise body weightin ; to rear of vehicle. Each i it;" u
4 J R. Watson of the Florida Experiment Mr. and Mrs. Roland Thomas. table of body allowances will he 11:1an aluminum insert she<
from the not of the railroads rape.Rape
d 'I planted the end of Septemberwill Station recommends this remedy and Rev. E. B. Juyner( filled his appointment med. Truck owner should specify weight; of vehicle. This sh( -"insecurely

? J/, be ready for cutting by the mid. a tthe Free Will Baptist church particularly as to body equipment fastened on as it is a nee
9 Mr. Cuyler said the railroads were dIe of December or perhaps earlier, says that it should be put out after Saturday and Sunday, each service be- and have trucks weighed; i if possible essary part of the tag.
that it will remain moist .
+ the for effective aid sunset so
relying on public maximum
all according to the season. The weight of truck'
well attended
i f bringing about the necessary reductions wurzels rutabagas, all night. If sown properly it will I ing Motorcycles, Motorcycle sidecars f and trailers used on hi .''iu
beets ,
,ry in labor and other transportation Mangel should all 1 be fall in small flakes that will not bedanlt'erous B. D. Brown and son, Eurie, attended hoarse and casket wagons,( limited by law. If you t i )Hit
turnips, and carrots the state fair at Jacksonville have flat rate. ing large trucks or trailers u
to fowls and It ; y
kY .. .i costs and that they hoped forlahor's planted 1 late in September or early should be broadcasted or scattered j,: Saturday. Answer .All Question on Blank should post :yourself on these Ibm

: co-operation. He declared the October. These root crops while not bases I I I Mr. and Mr IL B. Clyatt, of Live Time wi'I'!! be saved if owner is tations.
about the
Flu railroads had taken the first step to high in milk producing material act along the rows or Oak, spent the week-end with Mr and careful to answer all questions on Reckless driving! exceeding < 'n<

? + A relieve existing business depression as a tonic and a little of them shouldbe of the plants to be protected. j jREPORT I I i r Mrs. I). L. Clyatt. blank. The Comptroller did not limits etc., is I punishable >Iy Ie
: make the law. He has to adminis- and
and had given an earnest example of imprisonment.
in the feed every time the animal AUDITOR I I Iron |I N. H. Stokes made a business trip
their fixed to reduce rates
purpose is fed. to Lake Butler Wednesday afternoon writing for information on weight; be sure
\, and to relieve at the curliest possible How to Peed BRADFORD\ COUNTY ]I I I i Among those attending the funeral year of make model and type of your car Weights' vary in rti. \\1
models of same make.
k moment, BO far as reasonably possible
Ii. material should '
No concentrated October, 5, 1921. and burial services' of Clayton Scarborough Cars used for hire, -whether passenger, truck or trailer,--tin, t
-4 the public's transportation burden be fed alone. It should) always be Hon Ernest Amos at Elzey' chapel cemetery last and the load capacity are included in figuring license If not used)

roughage either hire then the weight of the car only is included.
p"FV i sprinkled on some State Comptroller, week were N. II. Stokes J. L. and J.
r The new rates are applicable to
sliced beets man.
silage, corn stover, S. Brown. -
4 r riirlouiN of wheat, Con, oats, other cut in'the feed cutter Tallahassee Flu. RATES!! ON MOTORCYCLES, PASSENGER CARS ANT RUSSES
gels or rape Prof. Harry Cogitburn principal of .
d Dear Sir About October 5th, I '
grain, flour and meal, buy, straw and
-i: 3 s as this gives the animal an opportunity concluded examination of the. offices Miller school, has resigned, and II C. !
alfalfa, manufactured tobacco, cotton -F: : : Fif 100
ti cottonseed and products except of chewing its cud which is so of Bradford county and desire to Peeples has been elected to fill out Tsp r Cnu I pnarnnin per n'w: ,

necessary! to get best results.In the unexpired term.B. -- --
cotton seed oil and cotton seed meal; preparing corn stover it should i report on same. E. BZrown shipped carload of ;; 1tWureyrtn' ..... ......... ... ....Fiat 'n............. I t GlIO V
f be cut to ,
i 1 other fresh vegetables, dried Always, has accounted for all tax certificates hogs to Jacksonville Friday. C Autnmahlie (privets u'el.) ...... Ant humt. ......., Nimo," I

when cutting should be sprinkled with and keeps splendid accounts with the Cameron Frulk-k, of Providence U r. r ur biro... ........ ..., .. ... 1 ass. or I.......,. GOOl I nEll'
a ) + fruits, and vegetables': homes and water to which salt has been appliedat sheriff and tax collector. All of his I attended church here Saturday night. '..... hr.. hi...... ...... .. ..... 810 16 paw......... Lao
mules; cattle and ('alvc'II.-flhc'c'p goats, the rate of about a teaspoonful to The farmers of this community F aunts fur him.- ..her 16 p_,. ...... 10,00 T5

hogs, poultry, eggs, butter cheese and ten quarts. The! moisteningof accounts are accurately and neatly arcbusy t1 ,nuues I:. (lloLt to depot' al/bl.) ? .. .. ... .. . ... .. .. 11,00 50
every I grinding cane.
wool kept. The clerk and his deputy are
(, this material makes it more pala courteous competent and diligent The Miller singing class atttended PATES ON TRUCKS, TRAILERS AND SEMI-TRAILERS.

v 1 table and digestible to the animal. Judge-The county judge church at Bland Friday night and aid- ,
FEKD1NCJ: TIIK "'AIIL'OW: County -- --
All the bovine tribe should be fed ed in the singing.\ FH I
has all receipts per
+ promptly deposited FH pw
I From the experiment station University some rough feed to enable them to from hunting license and keeps the Mrs. C. O. Clyatt lit visiting her Tap"I' ese 'YP I Ti... I 100 waht pounds 100 a, whale wsttht I W.lgM( had, ,

ruminate or chew the cud. If concentrates daughter, Mrs Frank Osteen, of Pro .f rthnll plus load In Ooindt
'f' p, of Florida comes the following usual records. I capact,
fed alone this _
: are passes vidence.
i intprC'lItlnjand timely discussion : through the animal's third stomach Tax Collector-The tax collector has U 1',1.all ....Tart ... .Nuumalle .......:- t n ...... 18.0'8
II. S. Miller business visitorProfits
_____ N r In discussing this very inportant work the accounted for all collections! of polls | was a 1\\ IMtaie.beck .... KoUd ...... ..... .., 2 ............ S.OO:!
t1J ___ 4 matter a writer! would like to and will not over again by and licenses, and has made final s*>t- | B For Slice.' ..Tnek . .1'' ........ .....1....... 'Call IB 51 '

rya i( ,i: bring to the notice! of the family animal with the result that considerable Clement with state and county. his'!! tral T For litre.... met ..... !Scud .. ..... ...... ... .... ... 2,25 <
!n" amount of the nutrition. obtained excellent form W .Crust .... noun. Pneumatle .. .. .. .... ......... ,15 BOOO--H.mll( 8.000ra '
5 y cow owner the ,denlrabilUy of producing from rumination lost. accounts are kept in X For litre. .., hallw. .I Pneumatic . . .. ... . ....... .. 1.GO 8,0<111-(11<111I1)

} all the fond necessary! to feed climatic and soil and he is prompt in making remittan n f 1"I.all.( ... palter ,. Solid ....... ... .. . .... .... 1.12 3,000.. ,((8ml .511&&

f+ the cow in concentrates, forage and Owing in to Florida our the family cow conditions will cel!. / tf 7y: lsa I For lire!". .nailer ..!!Rand .. ... ... ...._. .. .. .." ... .. 2.25 13,0"0- .($"rmig

rs Imsturc for full, winter and) early Sheriff-The sheriff has accountedfor nesnw and C'.k.C IIo-FIII role, 120.11 i '
f rive excellent results where properly I __
i' spring months. and made prompt deposit of all .
liandled. Good comfortable I
There is no reason why any owner quarters (Ones and forfeitures. No past die
'i i of u family, cow sliovld. buy a rhould be provided for it, and it bonds were on hand. The following I ;; to Dukes last week. cidents, but there are still a fe\\ \liid'!

(1 r pound of concentrate material pro. should be milked regularly and systematically bonds not due are noted below: are found J. S. Brown was a business visitor asses who need to have their lOT '.'"

I : \ and the care of the animals Gus Walker bond due Nov. 3, 1021, only in to Lake Butler recently. clipped.

; 1\' i PfleKC'rte'rn 'nre > '''. comfort should be neon to. If in amount $124.91. Seeber Stokes Murray and Denzil' -

., ..' . ,. "' 't' this is done investment made in the Healthy LivestockOld '
.. "
k .r 1' DruJIIII..ftl. r" ,1 f l("i '' Thomas were visitors to Lake City'The win
Nathan Boyd bond due Nov. 1,1921 I old time
I 6, rA to curt (h, I 1"I' ," "r ,soot P,,, | gentleman
,' Innnnav....., ,pro,' .. u / purchase! of this animal will be one 'In amount $24.21.Superintendent. Reliable Mustang Liniment Friday. teously lifted his hat to the 'a<-iei

d f sltN - .-- of the most profitable the farmer or of Sl'hoolll-Thl lossesbykeeping stock healthy. J. S. Howard, of Dukes was in this dead but the hat still remain .< resection '
rural dweller make. SOOTHES whll CURINGN.
can county superintendent is keeping hii! .AcoAeNo Sltt No ToHn Saturday mind us of what was but is not

1. : ASPIRIN accounts in very good shape and in. Mustang Liniment is made of pure, f
with the cooperation of his board, healing oils. When rubbed freely Jail! sentences and heavy fines are 6G6 is aand prescrlpton i for.Co* I
FARM 1 OPERATIONSW into the hide it muscle motorists generally to ,. the
j giving the county a very good admin penetrates causing use Fever LaGrippe. It

Name "Bayer" on Genuine Istration of their school system. and tissue to the bone, thereby over greater care in driving their cars most speedy remedy we Know-
t e have now come to the time of coming the illscf cattle,hogs sheep There is less
and fewer
Respectfully submitted speeding acv Adv.Wills' .
mules horses
year In Florida when definite plan ,etc. i
LEROY R. CAMPBELL: Sp ,iufs Lester Jackaonvnie C.'I ..-
should be made for V.
crop productionnext .,
used J
your Mexican Liniment
State Auditor
} year. Among these plans should' on cow of niincthat' wu aullerin from
z'z'k 1
z't -------- a caked udder. She was rrlirved in 1 day r
a C be the proper preparation or the land WOODLAWNWotxHuwn !) .bo..U'o6 from luRrrmir end" completely cured tn
u lrU ( so that when early-spring plantingtime !
H. Flaher.New Rime N.C.-"Our
i comes everything will he In'' de John, honewnaao. badly Move up In hia
Nov. 25.-J. S. NormnViwas
readiness to ahl'a'i.'ith) the work. fore Iegand.hritlderthstwecouldnotuse" \ :' ::::'
g gI n business visitor to Starke Sat him. Byuainc Mexican hiuetangLinlment Fancy GroceriesNew
p'Y' One of the most neglected farming on him he was completely cured and re 4
I urday.D. stored to the besot condition."

operations among the !rank and file of B. Browning was a business vii FREE WITh 25c TRIAL BOTTLE

J; t farmers is the proper nu-thoil of itor to Jacksonvile lie ..,Ud brlM "Put.and-
I breaking land and the of Saturday wn : Take" TODDLETOp. Lateat and Fresh Goods of Best Brands.
k tame use propel accompanied home by his grandchildren one I Send 25 cents in stamps or coin for
Warning! Unless you f "Bayer" on package or on tabkto you Master Stafford and Polly Vii. i and Bet Toddle Top atnoluHly" JrLJonMfll -. We keep many things not found elsewhere
are cut (retting gunuino Avpirin pro- produced crops last spring: and summer lencia. ..d1So.FUth;:t..Za'klyaN.Y.25c50c$1.OO "
scribed l tiy plij'eio iui. for iwRntv-one should be thoroly plowed bypropl'r S. T. Starling has purchased a grit I CHOICE FRUITS BEST CANDIESAll
.1'ears .and proved wife by millions. Take implements and all the aftermath mill and
is having it installed on his Sold by Drug and General Store.
) Aspirin only a* told in the Baker piwk-' I
,' i i ego for Adds, Headache, Aeuralgia i turned under so that considerable farm. Ire will serve the communi'!' "Tht Good Old Standby Since 184S" I Cheap For Cash

lUiuuniatUmi: Earache, Toothache, Lum. humus may be added to the soil, i by grinding their corn for them. MEXICAN

linpo and for Ftaln. lUndy. tin box is teach
twelve Bayer! TaMotavof Aapirinrout testy tion. I
,c{ cells DruflRlst I also Hell. larger pa.dc. ii Vanderbilt sp-Mt: the week-,' a fla.
( Starke '
Ninth Street Near
k,. KM. 0 Aspirin hi the trine markof The farm' .- tihuuiii not forget the at her home here. repot

hfii layer AtenufuHure of ilooxmooticfccid- fact teal ;i... soil is capital stock Saturday night :Mrs. inaggic/ ( 3roi i i

fylq r .-- tc'C'' .f daBcylioa and should alwavg make it a point to ing entertained a large number! of I ,-,. -




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NOVEMBER 25. 1921.
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::: of Rollins I UNARMED: MAIL CLERK I ICAITl'KKS when one stops. dentist who :
students charges for pulling
IH1>.t by only
""""''''''mmc"ul.mmmrif1nMl'mlrnl''mm''nmmc'.mmt: "JUI"Ir ty-five years is
College] has been incorporated and i KOY! GAKDNKltj, one tooth when he accidently bringsout 11''

News Florida in Short Paragraph now operates its own printing plant, I No, we have no faith in the rumor two. ( '.'

,, taking care of the job printing and of1 Knocked Bandit llnwn and Took (;Jim I that physicians recommend a change - -- ---. ,
------- "L" '.r as..w AYrLive //
the town and college. The work in Away From Him of climate when they find that the Sea; serpents are no longer confinedto >

State News j: done almost entirely by students, supervised patient has no money left. the l briny deep The drug store -,

ba experienced manager. Phoenix, Nov. 16.-lloy Gardner, variety is easier to see and more fearsome "

Thus, annually, several students not mail bandit, who escaped under the The height of discretion is the to behold. !

Told by Our Exchange only work their way through cohere, fire of a score of guards from the fed ;, I,

but learn a highly profitable trade. eral penitentiary at McNeil, Island,
u ur
.. Washington, where he was serving 1i

The agent In charge of the fruitgrowers | ing; baggage amounting to 80 pounds, The October term of Dade county sentence tor Pacific coast robberies, 1 \
which recently adjourned handed here last
at Okeeckobee estimates in 30 days and this included several criminal court was captured single
express established a record for the night by Herman Inderlied, when ho ;..jt.f.
that about four hundred cars days he had to stop over on accountof
county quitting: work with a clean attempted to rob the mail car on a
of citrus fruit and truck will be moved rain. He has gone on to Tampa Cutsand <
from Okeechobee this season. where a job awaits him. late. During the term 250 personswere Santa Fe railway! train at the SantaFe Choice "
convicted) or entered pleas of not station. Inderlied was unarmedand i

The city council of Key West in Machinist Mate A B. Colton, of guilty. Cases set for trial numbered was the mail clerk in charge of

special meeting granted a franchiseto Burlington, N. D., was killed and Lt. 321 and of this number only 29 were the car. Others

Carl E. Aubuchon for the construc- I. D. Acker suffered severe lacerations continued until the next term. Dis- I Late today Gardner was held to the

tion of a pipe line from the mainlandto of the face and head when a seaplane posal of 55 liquor cases on the docket federal grand jury in bonds of $100-

Key West to suppy the city with in which they were flying over resulted! in 32 convictions and pleasof ; 000. He will not be tried here, however qa

fresh water. the bay off Fort Barencas near Pen- guilty. Four were continued and I but will be sent to Leavenworth, Afewwe..ksaRoanew8.

sacola fell from a height of about nine nolle prossed. Kan., to finish serving sentences now paper man visited one of i

1,000 feet. They were picked up byrt'lcUt'rs hanging over him when he escapedlast
A check up of the books of the Polk the the wholesale markets of
from the naval air station.A Geo. Stewart of Welborn, was September, according to Thomas
the fact that $14-
revealed Swift & He
grand jury victim of an assault Sunday evening!' Flynn, United States attorney. Company

000 of the public money had disap- solid carload of fine Scotch rye I while riding with his wife and baby in Edward C. McGrath, superintendentof wanted to see a retailer

peared, and it is alleged that the whiskey, billed from Miami to Kansas his bicycle Oct. 11 and arrived in St. railway mail service, in the West buy a loin ol beef end I i
of the board is responsible
City as "fish," was seized by Sheriff lie was dragged from the car and declared tonight that Inderlied would then watch the retailer '

the shortage. Merritt and Federal prohil ton beaten about the head and face. He receive the reward of $5,000() offered .+ps '' sell the porterhouse and ,

agents in the railroad yards at Jack escaped from his assailants, but was for the capture of any person who at. ai sirloin steaks from it overhis
500 and COO cigar makersof
Between sonville. The discovery that the refrigerator held' up by a train at the railway temps to rob the mails, and also the '
walked out when de. fj counter. He thought
West Tampa crossing and his assailants overtookhim
car contained the contraband $2,000 which was a special reward
mands for better wages and working assaulted him leaving him 1 r this would make a good
was made when the ice was lining again, offered for the capture of Gardner. / t
conditions were refused. It is reported with the '
almost dead. Mrs. Stewart
renewed. i story.
The attempt to rob the, mail car was ;
that factory in West Tampais drove the and
every buby in her arms car
made while the train waR standing at
idle. The strikers are seeking to unconscious husband to The head of the
brought her marl'p
The United States marine detachment the station. The train was due to \ti

persuade the workers In'bor City to which has been assigned to mail their home. leave for Los Angeles ten minutes after a 4 ket took the reporter into I

strike. : guard duty between Ft. Pierce and the attempted robbery and it was s, the "cooler" where he j
3.t.arll'the lower
Key West has arrived and is quartered For many the theory of the police that the rob. showed him a high class I

The town of Melrose enjoys the at the Faulker House. Theyare coast has been troubled in divers ways her intended to ride to a nearby station side of beef. With a

unique distinction of being in four instructed that in case any attempt by a bunch of desperadoes-located where accomplices were believedto l
in the of hobo Sound and extending wooden skewer he marked
counties: Alachua, Bradford, Clay and be made to tamper :with the vicinity be waiting. Inderliod said the man,

Putnam. All about are fine lakes and mails or even to loiter around the mail their operations both to the masked and carrying a revolver, entered off the loin and said, "That would cost a retailer lust 40 1

mounds, relics of a people supposedto couch, to shoot to kill; to see that the south and to the north. John Ashley, the car while his attention was cents a pound, bus it's only 8 per cent of the weight of '

have preceded the Indians. Tourists mail is delivered to its destinationand who murdered an Indian in the Everglades engaged elsewhere, and placed a pistol the whole side. I ,

and automobilists find it an Inter-. to the proper paities. / and was free for a number of attains tllie mail dork's body I IThs

esting place to visit. years because no one had the temerityto Inderlied, who is six feet two inches piece, (and he marked off about one-fourth of' { a

Capt. John W. Pierce of Key West, arrest him, is reported to have been tall and weighs 215 pounds, struck the carcass) is the chuck and I'll sell it at wholesale for 7

Noel A, Mitchell was recalled ns who has served sixty-two years as a drowned at sea after having escapedfrom his assailant, took hia gun away from rents! a pound. Please remember, this is one ol our best I II
of St. Petersburg Tuesday, bya the prison, and now a special
mayor coast and bar pilot, has retired and him and then sat on him while he sides of beef. We also have beef which sells for half a
tells of the
of his recall dispatch from Daytona
of 1374 in
vote remain ashore. Pierce to his t
will Captain awaited officers to respond] \ "
and 1,033 against recall. This is the drowning during the recent hurricane I .s much.
who was the dean of pilots on the calls. The bandit gave; his name as
largest vote ever cast in the city. The of Ed and Frank Ashley when their
count between IVnsncola and Hampton R.I'. Nelson, of Chicago at the county
light motor boat, cruiser from the Bahamas I
petition for Mitchell's recall was iiT -
b8s-1 Roads, was born in Key West l jail.
he held went down. Although the men
ed on the charge that a ,
1837! and when his parents came there While Indcrlied was holding his ,
An election will were warned to jettison part of their
in his office.
party from Bermuda they erected the first prisoner the latter said: "Well, you'vedarned I
be called to elect h s successor. house the island. cargo, they ran ahead on into the : This wide variation in the price of various cuts from
frame on $5,000 tonight referringto
heavy scan until the craft swamped. your the same side of beef is caused largely by demand for
a standing reward offered to mail I
Okeechobee county enjoys the distinction Under the direction of J. O. Frazier clerks for the capture of mail bandits the tender cuts. The others are, of course, |lust as
of having a trial on the crim- The mystery surrounding the sudden -
sugar engineer structural steeland Inderlied, who returned to Phoenix wholesome.It .
inal side of the county judge's court disappearance of Miss Dorothy
machinery are being unloaded at today, was culled! to tile police station
with a full woman jury. In a trialon Munns from a St. Augustine hotel
Canal Port and immediately placed to identify the prisoner ns his assail seems as though more people than ever are
a charge of gambling against four Monday was cleared up by a report
aboard barges for delivery to the site demanding choicer cuts, and their demand, sets tho price.If .
defendants, two of whom, when they from the sheriff's office to the effect ant.As :
of the Florida Sugar & Food ProductsCompany's he approached the prisoner the the of
the threw the few people ask for the forequarter cuts, price
faced jury, up sponge, mill the Lake Worth- that her body had been found in the
on latter held out his hand and said:
withdrew their picas of not guilty, about marshes of the Mantanzas river, opposite forequarters will automatically drop to a Figure low
Okcechobec canal at a point one "You haven't got hard feelings
and sentenced by the judge. Anastasia island. The ( any because of cheapness.Even .
were and a half miles east of Lake Okee exact have you?" enough to induce people to buy
cause of the drowning is a mystery,
chobee. "I've got a wife and child at home"Inderlied
Waldo S. Boyd, an airplane mecha as no one could give any Informationof though certain cuts cell for relatively high

nician, was instantly killed and A. L. Co. the woman's whereabouts or actions replied. of demand sell low that
The Florida Moss Products "So have I," responded the prisoner prices!!!, other cuts, due to lack so
Riddles of Tampa, was seriously Injured during almost a week, despitethe
which owns a plant lit Leesburg, will of five
which "and If you had had u gun\ last our profit from all sources over a period years
when automobile in
an fact that a diligent search had
operate to capacity from now on. night wife would have been a fraction of cent a pound.It .
your averaged only a a
they were riding failed to negotiatea With modern machinery the moss will been maintained by day and night. It
widow today I never hurt' an unarmed -
sharp turn and overturned about be prepared for the upholsterers at was known that Miss Munns was veryhard
man. Hut next time u gun is stuck is between consumers for the choice
eight miles from Lakeland. Boyd'sneck the rate of three to seven tons of of hearing!' and was in a very competition

was broken and Riddles condi- finished product daily. The company nervous state when she left her hotelon against you, you put up your handsit cuts that I keeps prices (for those cuts relatively high; an
might not be Roy Gardner behind
tion is serious when operating at capacity will ex- Monday afternoon. No foul playis the equalizing; demand for all parts of' the carcass would

pend in Lake county from $100,000 to suspected and it is believed that The gun. benefit producer, packer retailer and consumer.
police said that while there was
received when her light
for Florida the woman came to her death from
I $150,000 a year green nothing of unusual value in the mailon
dress caught fire from a sparkler with either accidental or premeditated
which she was playing, severely burn moss and wood. drowning.Half board! the car attacked, a local Our average wholesale selling price ol all products t

ing her Saturday afternoon, caused The Florida Advocate of Wauchula, bank planned to ship $15,000 from has fallen about 40 per test since September 1920. i

the death of little Eleanor Bell Armstrong was pronounced the Htate'a best weekly the world is hungry: and the here today, and they believe the robber

seven year old daughter of other half is had been "tipped off" to the shipment f
newspaper by Rristow Adams, acquiring indigestion.
Mr. and Kirs C. J. B. Armstrong, of head of the journalism department of but got on the wrong!' train. Swift & Company, U. S. A.
Habitual cxjnotlpation curedIn
Plant City. Cornell University, in a contest held 14 toll Day
Flattery never Home peo
by the general extension of the Uni- "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" Is n ....oola1. .
On the desk at the Bay Shore Hotelat pie. They never get it.
versity of Florida. The decision wan prepared Syrup Tonlc-LaxaoJve for Hebitua'Constipation.

Valparaiso is a Porto Rican yam I announced in Gainesville Tuesday after It relieves promptly but
that weighs 26 pounds, and several close contest in should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 day The wine man may become foolish
scales an exceedingly/ a to induce regular action. It Stimulates and at times, but the fool cnn never annex
smaller that the few
ores tip a number of clauses in which there
were Regulates. Very Pleasant to Taki 60kper ( wisdom.
pounds less. These yams were grownon ; approximately one hundred and twen bottle.

the farms of the Valparaiso Development entries.
ty-five The who Insists the
Company without the use of
DEniDBDCIDDEIDDDDO ::: : right to change her own mind in nevI -
fertilizer, only "soil yeast" being us The Alachua school board
ed. county on I I er happy unless she can change the 1 I '.
of the bond issue '
I disposed $150,000
a a I minds of others.
of the Gainesville special tax districtto
Montvcrde is to have the largest G, B. and Co. of Jacksonville I Indigestion
Sawyer g g I The comptroller of the currency i is
:vineyard in the state outside a nurs- for the sum of 150,7(12 plus accrued complaining that too bunks
many are
ery, when E. E. Truskett and associates Ii -
interest the time of \
delivery Many persons, oth rws. : being started. Ills warble in less distrcssing -
have finished setting the forty bonds which drew 0 per' cent were is- El i vigorous and healthy are Q than that of the depositors
acres in the Truskett Hammock on '
There eight bids submitted. The
were Q bothered occasionally with Q

Lake Apopkn. He has associated sued but on account of economic con. Q Indigestion. The effects of a QQ .Ur. ..vee I.SICI"se adGl: thaw
Northern capital with him and a crew ditions they have been held until now. disordered stomach on the _
rnuorci vitality auc. jimriiby" purifying aud '
is at work preparing the land for the The bonds were issued to erect school J5 system are dangerous and ** rk'hlnit, the blood. You ran areuo feel\its trena.e

getting of Munson and Carmen !grapes buildings in Gainesville. prompt treatment of Indleos01 nlog'", lavlguratlon Elf"" .. Print, /a, THC UNIVERSAL CAR

-- Q non Is Important. "The only QM

Maria Marote, 15-year-old Peruvian Sanford is fast becoming the great- medicine I have needed has M

girl, detained at Tampa Saturday on pit wholesale center in that part of Q* been tlon something and clean to the aid liver dlges-," DD A STNrttl;L:'J EAFEaIE 1 E New Prices

arrival from her native country, was Florida, and if the good work of the writes Mr. Fred Asbby, a fm

denied entrance by a board of inquiry chamber of commerce keeps up, San McKinney Texas, farmer. F. O. B. DETROIT

y The girl's; representatives gave notice ford will one day he the greatest Q "My medicine I. DS Can you doubt the evidence of

! of an appeal to the secretary of labor. wholesale center of the state. Jack- this Starke citizen? Chassis $293

Until final decision she will be in custody sonville and Tampa lire too far from Thedford'sBLACKDRAUGHT You can verify Starko endorse-

of local steamship officials. the center of the state and have no ment. Runabout $32

better facilities than Sanford will Read this:

''r George Cox left Dayton, Ohit, on have in a few years when deeper water O. J. Grlllln, prop. of grinding mUl Touring Car $355

his vicycle] Oct 11 and arrived in St. from the mouth of the St. Johns and cotton glu, N. Walnut St., Htarke,

Josephs, Fla., on Thursday, November river to Sanford Is'sccured. n for indigestion and stomach says: "A few ynar. ago I was having Truck Chassis $445

' 10th. lIe rode the 1500 miles, carry- 5J trouble of any )(.D4. I bare "Jj Q considerable trouble with my $595

' Fish shipments are going forward D never found anything that CS back and kidneys. My buck became Coupe

A "rONICOrove' from Tarpon Springs now at the rate M touches the spot like Black- n sore and painful and It didn't take Sedan $660
Draught. I toe It In broken 22
Tasteless chill: Tonic restores of more than a carload a day, Fish H doses after taf -. For a lone U much to cause It to twitch I felt

Energy and Vitality by Purifying and ermen began bringing In big catches a time I tried pill" which gripn achy and sore in every uncle of These are the lowest prices of Ford cars :in

Enriching the Blood. When you feel its more than a week ago and the whole M ed and didn't ttvu the goad ZZ my body and the way my kidney the of the Ford Motor Company.
M results. Black Draught lifer C9 acted proved they ware In a. weakened history
g strengthening, invigorating effect,see how sale fish houses are operating at capacity I,
a medicine Is easy to take, condition I took JJoan' Kid
+ it brings color to the cheeks and howit icing and shipping the fish. to keep, Inex;,, .IT*.*' easy QQ ney Pills and got Immediate roller\ Orders are coming in fast, so place yours

improves the appetite, you trill then The McCreary Fish Company shippeda Get a pac:' 0 from year Jj Q! Soon the trouble entirely dlllaxrwar. promptly to insure early delivery.J. .

appreciate its true tonic value. I car Saturday containing 33,000 a druggist tod;.;, -Aik for and -> ed. I have hud no recurrence of the

Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is simply I pounds, which is the heaviest single a insist upon T edlord'*-the Q complaint slaw" JR.
4 Iron and Quinine suspended In syrup. So shipment ever sent out from that Q only genuine. Q Price bile, ut ill dealer bunt .
pleasant even children like It. The blood city. : limply ask for a kidney remedy-get Dealer, STARKE
{ needs QUININE to Purify it and IRON to a Get it today. Q Doan's Kidney Pillii-tli same that

Enrich it. Destroys Malarial germs and The "Rollins tEL EM QIH Mr. Orlfllii hud. Foutur-Mllburu Co.
Grip germs by its Strengthening, Invigoretmg Sandspur, the newspaper
I csaiaBDL2.3GDa.2Q; Mtri., Buffalo N. Y.
Effect. i Me.> published] for more than twen-


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