Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 30, 1923
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02205
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Established 1879. Subscription-Per Year $2.00; SIr Months. $$1.00-l'a'uble() Advance. E. S. Matthews, Editor nnd Proprietor.

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WBU. } 66EMINY At I _________- _______________-____::___ ,

i Bradford County Farmers Are 'I .MABYITHAT i LOOkIT' THAT.! ONLY Uv .. ;; I Counsel for Former-<(<;ioirrnor I.,."..." :::"',
ingt'p )/ NEXT MONTH AN* Union ThanksI I :Motion for :New Trial, _.

THEN CH I .'M ; .
John t'. Walton, fifth of "
On last Sattmla> afternoon at the ONLY ONE OH, 8t>V, IT'LLBE : giving Service Oklahoma, was removed governor:from (1131(0last ,

3 .ourthouse in Starke, L. M. Rhodes, MOCEMlPNTH "N He Et week by I the senate court of hut'V 1 .
state marketing commissioner, gave I pcathmcnt which had 1 been hearing

4 a talk to a farmers' meeting that will I i hllrM'(' of corruption in otllce
NOW/ II There will I I I be a union Thllll"KICI'ill'rVH'l' ) i ,: neg '
ere. down in the annul of Bradford lect of duty, moral turpitude and)
se at the :Methodist church at IDoVIork ) general
; ounty history as one of the most I Thursday! morning.Hev. i I 1 incompcntcncu against i ii mu.
straightforward, fact-giving, convincing "I
i I .1. T. Hedges i of the Presbyterian The volo was/ -11 I I to 0. Six of the
talk ever delivered to the
I church will ,deliver the Thanks original :Ul! charges against him weru
farming people of this section. There
I giving sermon. Assisting. in the service dismissed. .
was only a very small percentage of ? {Ii!
the number of farmers present' that .( j 1so\ L11t! fI Ill I I will he pastors of other churches The court, by a standing vote, denied \
4 in the city.Special a motion for u new trial which '
have been there. The .
should .
man /t )
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music,' will be r'nlpr.hy, \ .
who stands around and "hollers" that had been made by his counsel/ immediately ,
. the following choir: Mend nines/ K.: M. after the verdict was announced. I
for bis what t
he isn't getting produce .
Johns. T. .1. Hedges! A. \%'. Anderson
he should has only himself to blameif '
. ; /\)4\ K.: L Biggs J. W. Andrews Jr. ,K.
he wasn't there to hear Mr.; Rhodes. / : RT'Hi Senator Jack Barker, who bus' consistently -
.. K.
The farmer Is not keeping up with Perrynmn, I 1) K.: Knight, Misses voted in favor of former
Inez Kate Struth Hilda
. Abernathy (:uvl'rnnrVIIJton ,
the procession. Where he used! to was absent when
& Struth !Messrs It. C. Wall John Pow- .
the tak..n.'fho .
I own over half of the wealth of the ) poll was
ell. L. P. Smith and f... (G. Powell.
country he has dropped to'the point voices of many of the senators 7
The citizenship committee of the
where he is now owning about one- were shaky when they answered) to -
1 American Bar Association! have sent ,
quarter, and at the same time is pro their names during the poll. Twen- '

ducing more stuff for the market. L-4 k'-\: ; out matters a splendid!for thanksgiving pamphlet and containing praise. -eight votes were necessary to con

What's the trouble? It is simply a Vit-t. Senator C. 1 11. Ix-edy, of ArneLt V
They discuss at length the followingfour
lack of co-operation. Mr. Rhodes was the twenty-eighth man to vote.

challenged anybody to show him the points: V He said, that ho would vote "no" unless -
1. Let us be thankful that we belong -
place where the farmers were making to whose outstanding given the opportunity to explain .
money and he would show that it was a his vote. ,V

l_ due to co-operation; show where the i "I V 7 1 7 characteristic govl'rnnwnt. is n genius for self- I Silencu reigned throughout the sen-' ,
farmers were not making money and I f 2 'I 2. Let us be thankful for the rare" it chamber for II moment( or two. vIhcii "
it be truly laid to the lack of cot ( '
can called out "All right .
men who launched! our" American form some om .
operation. A few years ago the far _. __ _J'- I "
t -= __ of government. go ahead) ami vote. '
: mers were organized/ on the basis of ,- __. : -< I "Then I vote said [. ', and '_
""' .. =rY -' z::: -X :' !I. Let us be thankful I that our aye, ( ( Iy, .p
sentiment, and it proved a failure. ; -
ihecrlng greeted) his announcement. I
..<:.... American form of government waIIXO4I j. '
Today the successful co-operation M. F.. who served :',
by a written basic law, the constitution Trnpp, formerly !
among the farmers is due to the ; I lil'ul'nllntuv'rnnr assumed, I thonlllce {itIII'1.inlt'
(If the United! States. as / I c :
proper organization/ of the commodity ,/ of chief executive. He has. been
I, I. Let us be thankful ro.h f opportunities
The Citrus Exchange of Florida ....
; / Oct. 2:1: tho
I since ,
l i and) duties of Americanciiiznnsliin. governor
r. does not organize:. the fruit /growersa I ; dale, I t thu ,senate sU c I'n.h',1Vlllton .

much as it organizes:. their product Griffin Gordon Increased Activityin Return! of Long look; ; ;at; Germany. I In 1)1!)1 1 her peo" :, from olflce. ,.'..iI('
The raisin of California have '1''
growers I 1---i were highly) I educated, !, cultured 1, The first charge to I... \nteil,I on by ,
,trganized:. their product. i tlu senate that of iihusu of the .
''' ) ', but her national I rulers was I. \
The farmer today must co-operate I Shoots ThorntonLast Road Building Absent Citizen at that tune regarded I her most sacred i pardon and, parole 'ri V lIege. Tim .
with his neighbor and help to organ- + )
) obligations and t treaties I us mere" senate' found I tho defendant, guilty.i I
iz his product or he will continue togo Walton I of .'
II of Today she lies was acquitted bribery
I scraps' paper. : "
i / to the wall. Every farmer who Saturday at Raiford, Griffin In last week's Issue we carried\ the J, L. I 1.azl"h", thirty .\enri ago I wrecked, ruined I ,I, I impotent t and withal I I I Ii and \ naming responsible

tries to sell his goods unorganized', Cordon shot Henry Thornton. Mr. announcement of the advertising in began bis career us a lawyer in i impenitent t II horrible example' of I the IIITPOIIS ns stale olllcers./ He was, also .I'II'ICIIII \

fails to get the top price and actually :I Gordon und John Thornton, a brotherof tho very near future for bids for hard. Starke, as junior partner of (? L. I reverse of' the Scriptural' injuiu'tion acquitted" of illegally appointing n ,

gets the bottom price. The buying what I Henry, were quarreling and Gordon surfacing the Bradford, \ county link Peek, lias returned, \ Florida. For 1 that "righteoii.sneHs t cxalteth I I. a nation. member of \llie) utate t legislature to a V" I

public today wants to know I seeing Henry coming went towards I in the Jucksonville-Tumpa highway. i more than twenty jears he WIIl4' connected I ." district. .1 jiidfrcnhip., '

it is buying. Whenever the farmer the latter, saying that he was I i This information has brought from with the New York World us I Let us, I then, have a rent rennni- The articles of impeachment were 11.:

; puts hit produce( on the market not not afraid of the whole family, drewan the somewhat hazy future the fact Il'lI'lIlelil.nr, from which position he i411 liLt' of true "religion I in America., : j filed by I the lower house of I ho slalo ;

properly classified, the culls and secnd automatic and fired, the bullet Unit the completion of one of the fin- retirc'd on leave of alixcnce at hegin- Thankful are we this day for the religious I legislature t which less I than two ;1.(

> grades, all'mixed together with his! striking Thornton in the thigh. cut highways in tho state will soon be mug of t the Worldiir I tit ti., his part InfJul'IWl''hl'h' have animated months aim I the governor had.I <1 disperi" .

l first grade sLulT, he gets the cullprice Tho ball went through a pocketbook : accomplished, und will open' up one of and so impaired, his health in war our patriots and tdinpcd. our policies by military force.Advocating.

x for the whole lot. The buyers struck a small washer and embedded the finest agricultural counties/ in theI \sork till he was not able to resumeto I in tho past, let us show our gratitude 1",1 _ _ ,'jI ,I';

an't 1 be fooled; they are organised it in the flesh, making an ugly -I state, Bradford county. We are not the Ktrenuout duties of his legal < l by II penitent return lu divine :

und the farmer must organize hhroduct but not necessarily: dangerous ,I bashful in saying that we believe no position, and was obliged, t to give up I inspiration t and,I gu i lu lie(". Only by I A

,) and meet them on the same wound. The ball) split when it struck section of the state is now offering\ i any ideas of life in the rigorous. cli- so doing can we make America worthy

ground, or he will continue to come the washer, one-half falling and finding i greater opportunities/ especially along mate of the North. of the ideals l of our fathers ami.

1 ut at the small end of the horn. lodgment in his shoe.It I agricultural lines, than our county. I While in New York he was: for sev- worthy;. of our\ own dreams. A selfgoverning -

1 Now, what possible for the farmrs is said that Gordon shot Thorn- | The announcement for bids is also '1'111 I years personal I counsel to. the i I)I'unarai'y cannot I thrive Packing House 1

; of Bradford county to do to over- ton without provocation, and !Mondaythe spurring the various grade contractors -;i corporation. counsel for the tity of nor I in fact I long exist I on modi!y, 111.1 V

omc< the present situation ? In the grand jury found a bill for assault to faster work in order that their New York. He represented the} World) terial things i nrid activities.I I If our
*irst place co-operate together, get with intent to murder. His 'portion, of tho grade may be ready as in its exposure and reform of road nation is to be blessed) with I an crud 1 The proposition for the encouragement '* ... ;!
Together and grow a large quantity trial will he held at the spring term The force of state ''building frauds 1 1H2! I:! and was alsocMiirmcl > p
soon as possible./ I in I less/ I life i us, we hope and )pray, it mu .it I of a packing boo cc- to be located
if one or two or three products e'lally ..- of circuit court. convicts working on the !grade! north und campaign munairer for have I the spirit) which alone i is HUlllur-1 In Starke and to handlu all kindlof J I

S > adapted to this climate and I I eif, Lawtey under tho direction of Captain John A. I Hennessey in his. gal,,>rnatorial : tal.I Our) healing I i liS I, come, t ru ,I" produce, which is ,,"""II'11,1 In another -

oil. Then organize the product, pack VALUABLE TREES :McNeil\ : Is making rapid progress. light against Tammany I Hull.Col this or that social or political theory,1: column in this I issue, is gaining

roperly, grade properly according i Their/ working capacity is being Fraice a member of the bur nor through violent and ill-consiilcrcd, momentum at ,everv to ru. Tho I list >ftho -

'. the government specifications, then 1 N. D. Wainwright showed, us a \ enlarged] by tho addition of considerable ''of the Supreme! Court of the United changes I in our form of government, ', I ,diMVrent 1 I crops. and.I t their au'rca go

'he buyer will know that in a package ibeck for $l2.r!) >0, pay for the prod- : more equipment, with the States, before! which represented not i in t lie storm nnd) the whirlwind, i which is. !going I to be ,planted, is growing -

narked No. 1 that it I is! number one uct of two pecan trees. lie said he result that the work will go foryrard) important Tennessee Interests in the hut rather in the still small voice that I ci live 1 its I beginning a Monday, morn '

tufT( and he can pay for it and be also had a check for $3.50: coming for with still greater speed. C. 1';. !Mc- I prohibition litigation of I 11)20.! :! ) speaks) to the conscience and theheart ing. OmVluls of theSlarke (jrowl'ra'I

ore that he Is /getting it. If the ten more pounds sold from the same 'loud, contractor, hnt greatly augmented i I Col. Frazeu now contemplate"! locating i impelling I I i our citizens to a I Association I I havu added. I I their I sanction

't 'nrmers of this community will /grow trees, and besides many nuts had been I his forces with more machinery permanently in Jacksonville or higher patriotism and wider and wiser and an- heartily in line urging their

; for instance-enough tomatoes, it used at his home that were not kept a carload] 1 of mules and a largo\ Stark to practice his profession ofI humanity. members to call and see t!ul.. Knight '

t t', possible to get a government in- account of. The return of $133 from I number of additional hands.! I I law. We hope he will locate:: in .Sturke. just as soon' as they can and,I givo I in '

ipcctor here to< put his! stamp of inspection two pecan trees twelve years old is The work that is being done on the I C. L. I' .I'.K. Blt.\I 11'1 HtII ; t the acreage that they lire expecting i7'J '

on every crate, signifying enough to make actual or prospectiveland .section south from Starke through to plai fl t. F'very: farmer in the county

hereby that that pack comes up to owners sit up and take notice. Hampton and on to the county line is EMPTY PKttS: CROWIIKII() : SHOWS I Bradford, Nov. 30.() --Mr. nnd 1 Mrs.' should bi right behind t tho inovevment. .

", rovernment specifications. That sim- Pecan trees do well everywhere in proving almost a revelation. One I. A. Cooke attended. ) the Ft. WhiteIjif'rossc a VV (

,>!" means that the buyer will pay the 'this county, where the land is well gang is working in the vicinity a mile ; In many largo cities in which lilier- basket 1ml! Iguine lit La-, _ _ ,a.
Highest and be. t prices for all num- drained ideal for south of the Marlon Johns { ',
yet Home spots are property nI laws permit Sunday entertainmentthere Crosse. u\/oim\n\i\N .\ ;,
>,IT 'one stuff and so on down accordto the trees. :\Wainwright's orchardsare at this time. The grade, running\ north is complaint that cburchtts are W. M. I Kartell I I, M.iriu and Kmmctt, ". '

:t <( grade. situated on the high, well drained j from Hampton to the railroad is empty while movies lure crowded., Unborn left Friday for Gainesville to Theo Tison bad received tin order If''"
Mr. Rhodes went into detail in a lands northwest! of Heilbronn Springs i practically completed awaiting the over-zealous. advocates of strict i V \.
Some : attend the fair. from a 'mint l in Smith "Florida to nhiji
t ; ,i,.imher, of instances and on a num- where the sub soil is deep and rich J work of the dressing up crew. Two ,, Sabbath" observance demand laws Wood blocks are )being, hauled on II him a carload of rUZ<>" '"I: <'k hogs: ,'-Ii:"
of this line show-
r subjects along ,
I "I.how the farmer make more and mellow. i of the largest fills in tho- entire that will close the movies u nd everything large scale from this section. What they we-n- wante-il for tlio customer I :.. ,,1.

can i stretch stretch are located between else except the churches.. They Paul Stewart, of Brookcr, )passed did, not ,state. I Hi"> may be! 4 .0
bin will be here to his seal
m ney and get more money for inspector put '
and the line.
Hampton county Capt. certainly do not understand human through here enroute Worthington thinking \of starting ii sawmill, or of 11-
troducts. on package. That means" thatno
every Weiss! who is in charge of the work nature, else they would 1 not demand Friday. flat to have .
clearing ii palmetto or .. '
the writer has heard the question will be raised whether or I I .
Already at the south end is now rushing the this. i ('('Ihu'l Harrell attended I t thu fair at thl rattlers terminated\ from hU I ;
ii tion "Will good come from not it is good stuff, but that seal will
any dirt in the fill at the river. Tho If
crews V ;
But suppose human nature hud not : Gainesville Thursday.Mrs. I land.! lUzurbncks are extinct In thll
As ]long sit back and ask mean that it will bring top price on '
as we "'t, this road are moving/ the dirt with to lie reckoned with, and the matter | N .G. Hayes' was In Worthington (e-ounty"; but some conservative farmers JOdi
nai question and it can't be done,, the market, for it will certify to thebuyer
c say a vim and in a very short time practically were considered') strctly on legal ai- one day last week.N. of day Bounty furnished. the material. ,,T,
t', y'n't' be done and the farmer will that it is the right kind.For ,}.
; who and all of the heavy dirt-moving I pects. How would they obtain such | G. Hayes, Sr., is visiting in The! animals were eaught ll : ;
the I those want to ship
) 'it along in the came old rut \+,
work will be (completed the fills made; drastic laws they want when stati'uinil itiiut h l'l' ritlau. I lure-d) into
,of his days. The opportunity is not sell\ here, the State Marketing bureau us | trap! by elogs or pftil. "
''hi here and the farmer has in his will furnish information so that nnd the entire line reudy\ for the church are seperate, and) there i'll i Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Cook are occupying Tbon t they were ( bucked Into strong, I
drcssing-up! crews.ATTENTION guaranty of non-interference with the, T. I II.! 1 RilwanN< farm. Ilitht: ages und hauled to the corral 'J,
J 'i hands his own salvation. Nobody you will know where to ship to get I ...
life liberty and 1 pursuit of tlllilpiI Royce Gainey, of Hrooker, wan In the I
| .it t t depot.
the best it will not be matter
oing to look out for him unless he prices; a V .;.t
: AMERICAN; LEGION: : I state'
>ks out for himself. of hazard as it has been in many ness ? It may be answered that our communityI"rkliiy.. Kvery' opening: in tho chute or the '!
church and that the question' Involv-1 Pitt Baxter, of Brooker, is. staying stock ear that wa< more than four
; -: Those farmers who, 'were present cases in past. The American Legion will hold an- !I moral community : hail, to bo mails smaller. "if
II) I heard Mr. Rhodes rfc convinced Do the farmers of 1' I ed is purely a one. in our now. inches wile, '
md are to ahead.* We wantu want such a markef and such .-> --. other important, meeting in the arm- ,, this be true would not morals of any ] Rev. Butler, of Dukes. filled his appointment When driving the windsplitters Into .

u, !\ .ready Farmer,go who was not there ing house here? You can I.- V ory Saturday, Dec. let, at 7:30:: p. m. !I community be more likely conserved I II at Brooker Saturday nndSunday. ) the ear began, they would not enter 1.
All former soldiers are invited to be :I by wholesome] entertainment' than by I I the chuto. A citi'/e-n: from Ktunlnh: _,
< Join hands and help pull each oth- The (lir'lt step right r.ow i' to I' '
known what present. Every meeting; enroll more turning city populations loose to find', C. M. Andre unnil) family and Pitt Scrub happened) to h(' present, and h"
out of the hole. yo are going\ to p'-.r:
members. and what Starke and nearby ,I what pleasure and recreation I they Baxter were in Lake Butler Sunday suggested that slats. bet put across the
(Fore is what has been done. A lr.dhnt; ncrcnpp.: : :Kfn: !ir' > < I
towns need 1 is a good Legion Post ,, might? I afternoon. chute to make ''m believe It was u
in Starke and
l.r'phfoffice tell him
'mmittee meet- ::
appointed by a mass : '.-. here. That is what we arc going: to'I Conditions peculiar l to: this day)/ and Volburn Harrell attended) the basket rail fence with a hole- in it. This wm
/ number farmers have
iie" a short the time ago have of been erect-instigating .V .V r--..1 the n cropi and amounts that I have, so let everybody pull for a legion generation have more fully to he taken ball game at Brooker Saturday.Rev. done I Immediately a patriarch with

; proposition post at Starke.Membership into consideration in finding, reme- Curtis of south Florida, was long tusk but no tail to speak of,
'"ig a packing house at Starke for all [ iro going to put in. Let the I
: Committee. It that in Sunday.Mr. himself through the) slats on
dy. U certainly deplorable our town wriggled ,
have this information I
Kinds! of that it be committee at
r produce, so may I ihurche wire empty while the movies and l :Mrs.V.. H. Harrell were the horizontal hasN. Ho was follow.

J. packed according to government speifications your very earliest opportunity so we CONCERT: :NEXT MONDAY =NIGHTOn ; I are crowded, and it should l be unnec In Hrooker Saturday ed by now minus. ono ear. The rust 4
of I a
and placed on the market can be assured the packing plant j I
6 churches to with J. P. Baxter wa in Brooker Satur- animal jumped over each other
eBSU'lor/ compete of the
? Now ; Dec. 3rd In the )
for the evening
in the right: way. Col. Knight, chair- coming shipping season. I Monday I
Is the time to act the Woman's club auditorium, !Mrs. Grace i movies. But laws will not compel the in their e-agerne'ss to get in. An.
man of the committee, has the information opportunity III'' day.Luther ,
will Malcolm] Harrell mini matter.
and werein
education of
I. desired i change only other triumph over
t and has gotten in touch with right in your hands. Are you going Hildritch Watson of Jacksonville,
4 a man who will erect a modern pack- to take a back seat or are you goingto I will render a program of vocal music. I bring it about--education that beginsin Brooker Sunday. L

ing plant at Starke providing he can keep up with the procession? Other Mrs. Watson possesses a lovely, : the homes. The root of the whole Yeggs attempted to blow the safo ?

', be assured of enough acreage: to war- sections that cannot produce the';: warm contralto voice and uses/ it with trouble is in the homes. There are EARLY EDITION of the big garage at Hastings/ Friday )

rant his investment. This plant will quantity nor the quality of farm ease and expression in her various' too few old-fashioned homes. night, but were frightened away by
be duce that pro-I' She is -ExchangeA On account of the Thanksgiving holiday the proprietor who 1'.1,1.1'1' in the second -
in a position! to pack the produce WICCfl produce songs. particularly pleasing
which I is. being observed l by the of the building. Tho door I
': Properly, grade it and put it in the Bradford county, are getting in her dialect otira. i story !
best shape for market; they will then for their crops than we are. The reason All who hear her will be charmedand Good Job Telegraph office force, thia )Untie la of the safe was' blown off but the I

be in position to buy it from you or is limply due to the fact that delighted. Don't fail to hear thisgifted He-Yes' once I loved -a girl and going to press one day earlier than content were not gone Into as Mr. 4

turn it back for you to sell wherever they are pulling together.; Right now singer. 'she made a fool out of me. the usual day. The Telegraph. .. wishes' Sellers heard a suspicious noise be-
._ P. .'* cfc: tt-rifla Kii.; .|> My, what lasting nil) ,
J-ICT -4->,, "- :- ? ,,1- nominal. i>- '.33 ''?t: e Col yfct -f-:.i! si< r, KO cents; time, 8:00: p. t

4 ft.. fur the packing. A government I at your earliest chance. ... 'I m. imprvilon a"le giclt make. d.t: ;>. I away. i


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_. NOVEMBER: ;inHBBWjaamfflamDmaiflKfflaBaro .... .IN .
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( > < tc mm C t Habitual Const(patron curedIn BROOK Elt -
I j I 14 to il Days I i It takes one kind of lId-!, ,; .

'll" / News of Florida in Short Paragraphs : LAX-FOS WITH PF.PSN" is a s;,ceuuuypreparedRyrupToncf.axn'lvefortfnt This Week higher"hang"kind for to an Idea and il 'I.>:":
I I' I it'ufhmslipution. Brooker, Nov 30.-Ellery Thomas convert or hun,. i
i, 'I ............__$..............."',..".._......e................ ........e.........." ................".. 1 1t that oppose the idea when it ;i'J;
'I .. I .B 1 It relieves promptly bin was u visitor to Starke Tuesday. 1 I'1
\ I. m should bo. taken regularly for 14 to 21 days James Crews, who has been visiting l McAdoo lets it bo known tL! ";
"i Live State News to Induce regular action. It Stimulates is in the race for president > '
ff1' I relatives In Georgia, has returned i Ir r
I' ; : 1 iii 1 KVRulntcs. Very Pleasant tuTakj.* flU<. !( home. "r'vb' lie is, being the most r v I .'.

( ''I' .", ...MO.t.ftt.'VMttt"W, ..tH*.........._.....,..... ,.W. '..,...........8""" ..../........................& i lior bottle. Several from here attended the > democratic candidate.
,, I I cane grinding at S. C. Kelly's Friday r ... H Hiram Johnson will b(. ,111 ,
Told Our
by Exchanges. I / v'f also.
P I ing bin case again before the pardon night. ". This is a free for ,,,!''i J.
."' I rjtmmmrcalmetmtQdtOlkditQm@CQdt board. He lost. in his second appeal ,y..... ram Johnson probably coo,
: : : ( !) DiIImII WWlXROOlmm1romUImmmmaI! : ] !: !! r.m1 s8t. S, AI. Dukes and son, of Dukes, at- .lt .J ., votes in
I I made on November !11th> to that board, tended to business here one day last i '__=. presidential( pruiuany I
I Orlando has a new library" building, Pfterhburg' the mecca for the which voted :II to 2 against commuting week. 'rnr-|ij By Arthur KritbfurnoHICH other republican. All. r i i
t that would do credit to any; city of thuiramN of tourists coming to this '! hia death sentence, imposed in !May, E. AI. Hazen made a business trip I will work for Johnson n- >,.
twice its size: and it opened' recently state, j is> breaking its own record this 1(122( following Nichols confession of to Starko and Luwtey Wednesday Harding. He's a first cia
with books. Orlando winter in for the the crime. WAGES-GOOD TIMES.
t $150,000 worth of caring visitors. With Eugene and Lyon Crosby visited 1 1I -c-
ia rapidly growing city of nearly $7,000,000 in building A REAL KAUIOtiKAM.TO One of Mr. Ford's
I \ a : opera- their brother, R G. Crosby, at Yu- secret(:1 1
It metropolitan ideas tions during the past twelve months Fish shipments from Punta Gorda, I kon, last week, and also attended! the HANG FOR AN IDEA. he wouldn't accept the nom u
''' St. Petersburg bus emerged OB a successful amount to more! than 800,000 poundsa I :McADOO. JOHNSON AND) FORD. I the presidency But it i isn'! ,

A new drainage district embracing rival of Miami. week, it i is slated by shippers. Three fair.G.. W. Ilazcn and wife were visitors I.HLIItlTlSII STATESMEN. the real secretary, and probu. ;
of the leading wholesale firms I I not mean much
1 shipped to Starke Thursday.L. .
62,120 of land in northeast
t tion of acres Hillnborough coiintv, him been por- Yeggs\ attempted to blow the safo last Saturday 100,000 pounds. II. Gainey has purchased: the dry I Wh.H makes the United States ao.prosperous I Mr. Ford has his day for r>

formed by property owners! in tho of the big garage at Hastings Friday Four cars wore loaded to capacityand goods store recontly owned by M. P. ?1 Answer: High wages. h Ini running and his days f \r ring
territory. The proposal Is the lamest night, but were frightened away by several thousand pounds were put Matheny. 1 Cylrocn, the greatest French manufacturer all about it. If tin n ''I.; ,' .,
r I, 1 yet undertaken in the county. the proprietor who resides in the second on; ice because of failure to secure W. M. Ilurrell and Miss Marie Ra- of automobiles! says everybody should come on the riht;: 01] ,
story of the building The door I tho necessary refrigeration cars for born were week-end visitors over to j in France ought to have his own would probably take it. M
I of the safe was blown off but the their removal to the markets that Gainesville.! rut 11 obile, Tha trouble is. "In the '11"*" Blurting plant near : I

Charles Brown, charged with the l'ontuntMVere not gone into an Mr. day. I L, O. Hazcn, of Gainesville, spent United: States the workman Ba/wsi/ ;la, to cost! twenty or thirtnd ,
murder of Howard Usher, a younj' Sellers: heard a suspicious noise below -'-- the week-end here with relatives ono day's pay per week can buy ai' < hire n few thousand )nn)" i
"" taxi driver of this city on the night of in lime to frighten tho yeggs Two negroes at' the Simpson tie Several! of our citizens attended the automobile with the money at the ei.d vages.( That's not bad pd)!' .

October 21, was found guilty by a uwuy. camp )about four miles northeast of fair at Gainesville last week-end, of a )'el\r. In France It stout take" --0-
1 y j jury in Volusia county circuit court Riverhead, were wounded and the entire I among them being Mr. and Mrs. T. it Frcnoiimi.n'8! entire salary for tw Uonnr Law lies in Westm,',

,1 1. 4 of murder In the first eJt'rce.f A dozen revolver shots wore exchanged camp thrown into an uproar" C. Hnzen; Prof. Wilkoraon. yea I'll." '>('y. American tourists i j.. u'< .
Thursday afternoon between when two or more white men raided A daughter wus born to Mr. and If you want a good crop put wate 'rum now will look at hi"'Hie ,

; Tho business! interests, backed by federal and county! officers and three the store room and succeeded in getting I Mrs. Bolur Sapp last Sunday morning and, fcrtilizsr on the land. If you want : "Who in heaven's n., ,,,
away with all of the food and a country, put good wage hat?" as they '
the chamber of commerce are how ulloirud' shiners, when n Htlll was seized -I.I pass on to t'
t & getting down to real business! centralizing two miles north of Trout creek on implements stored by Simpson for huworlicm. A. B. Shaw, of Gainesville, wall u in the pockets of those that work. hero Pitt ad his. father < ", ,.
It all comes back to the big people ie 11tit\ (' Fame .
4 their efforts in most effective the Fcrnandina road. No one waR visitor here Sunday. 'rave.Eonur
r' s" way to push the tobacco growing wounded. The still was in full operation Miss Virginia Weeks spent the ten dollars for one. ..uw's !'amily' i i- i..
industry for Columbia county. when the agents: arrived. Several Prodded by a fear of the supernatural week-end in Gainesville'! with relativcc. -0- lial's! what the but iol was I"i.,i .
thousand gallons\ of mush u small the captain and crew of the If you are a radio enthusiast ai' Thoy dug ul,: Cro'nwell in 1 "
quantity of shine and the still were Spanish! schooner Cristobal, have deserted \V. O. Hodges! of Plant City, was understand such things, you will h, lis head: on a spear for < VI'I"
k, Suratiotu itu! have one of Amer- destroyed hy the agents' lifter several their stranded ved ul on the a visitor here Friday.Mr. interested in tho latest announcemenA nigh at and let it gradual!:. *
r. i> y ica's finest hotel John tingling, famous shots> hud been exchanged beach three miles north of Jen I'J1. Searson, of Tampa, was greeting Message, receiving its only tat nieces They dug up and u.. I't',i | I., ;
circus man, will spend l over two Till Cristobal has been followed )by friends) here Saturday.Mr. pulso on this side of the ocean, mad< he dust of Vol tune, But men ""f'-h ciind

j million dollars in Its construction '. The Florida railroad commission ill-fated luck for several months and and Mrs. ]II. S. Wusdin, of the trip of 9,000 miles Warsaw an< real men, don't need Inn i ,,il I ''I.i
i Sarasota ia 1 on the boom and is exciting has reeevied a telegram from the di- the crew refused to stand by when Starke, spent the week-end here back twenty times, a total distance of Westminster Abbey. There \\oiiMnr
e t + Il widespread attention. |'i ructor of service of thn interstate'commerce sho went ashore Thursday. The omen The Brooker and Lake Butler basket 360,000 miles. That is almost twice '>e room in any building for nain. II'
1 of evil is cast her they declared the and electricity trow big as theirs
'' commission, Washington, over ball teams played a game on as far as light
Qualifications( of automobile drivers saying steps have, been taken whichit when they reached shore after their local court Saturday, the score being in one second. It amazes us now. We -0-
I it in Jacksonville has begun and officials is believed will end a shortage of ducking in the surf. 16 to 1 in favor of Lake Butler.Ajaiong I see it, and work it, and know nothing! The government learns that lav-, .

1 are examining persons pilot- refrigerator cars for shipment of the those attending church at about it. Some day, we'll send mes- on sales of jewelry) haven't been 'paid''!
ing cars to determine their fitness.! fruit and vegetables from Florida. A County moonshine liquor has induced Rock Sunday from here were Mr. and, I sages to outside suns, ending with a f'areful watch is being made, al-<
f E t The city will be worked in sections complaint had been registered on account many a man to do all manner of Mrs. II. P. Guiney, Mr. and Mrs. L. "please answer," knowing' that at with regard to household furniture \1,
t i to insure u thoroughness that will
} + leave none of the general! round-up I j I Orlando and the matter was taken up I Dun Harlow, white, tops the rest of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Morgan.A will not be back in time for our grandchildren Could you imagine\ anything more
I t :: I with the federal body by the state' them. Barlow, who was arrested utter large crowd from here attendedthe to rend it. barbarous, more worthy of a Congo> ..
A beekeeper of North Florida has I I commission, a siege of reckless disorder, face cane grinding at the home of Al- savage than putting a tax on the sally
q recently completed the successful charges of reckless display of dangerous len Green Saturday' night Eugene V. Debs says! prison didn't of household furniture, and especially / -

s ,iI t shipment of a largo consignment of I Sheriff Cassady of Lake weapons and disturbing pub- U. S, Russ and family spent Sun- frighten him. Right now he would on the sale of libraries! and nuiM- ,
f ?. queen bees to England. Shipment of drove over to the Wekiva region county, lie worship, the allegation being\ that day at Graham with relatives. "hang for an idea." That's noble, cal instruments?
P re-
"+ t bees across tho Atlantic have been I(I cently looking for hunt- he tried to ride his horse into church once in a while, although you must Why not tax a child two cents every

3 V attempted many times before but indifferent ers. As he approached pre-season a deserted i where a meeting was being held. lie WARD OFF GRIPPE first be sure your idea is sound. For time it Bays its paryers ? Reading .1
I t success wus met with. Only I of ,' failed to show up when his name was one man hanged for a good idea, ten good book or hearing good muse is
the road black bear
jl 16 out of (>00 died in transit. I emerged portion from the a roadside large and begun culled for trial in Escambiu county fpvcrish Got! rid conditions of that set cold 1 ; court and his bond I was forfeited. bad
4 crossing/ the road u few yards> II bad ease of prrippe. I.eoaanli's thoroughly -o--
l ,+ J John L. Wallace of Jacksonville annually ahead. The sheriff drew his revolver CoiiKU Syrup (Cronnotcil ) quickly -0U I son of the former Kaiser on.u ,
throats, cututthephlegm
k8 'A'' tl I gives a silver cup to the Flor and fired three shots at the creature. Thirty-three aliens arrested near soothes.1 / and protects heals' the rate lungs, .steps !irritation you have a sound idea, don't Crown Prince has obtained permission '
1 1 ida town sending out the must cards Everyone of tho shots hit the bear, Bradentown. Tuesday night were sent and brings It lief. If you have hang for it. 1'ublish it, repeat it, to leave Holland. The dispatch !\1
3 .r7* on post card week. It was won this I and he dropped with the bullets in his to the Tampa jail by the federal authorities a tight rough, bill (enid. grippe or broncliiliH persuade others to accept it. Voltaire says that ho is talking of a trip in
year by Clermont, in Luke county, I neck and, shoulders.< : and these will be followedby Ret u butt Ii of 1."IIIU.jj'H. >sued off Cough. opposed torture of witnesses, Switzerland;; "to enjoy the Winter
CreiiHutcd mine
1I L with 11.41 curds. per capita for its ,f eleven more captured Wednesday Syrup serious! ( trouble. )Fine. for whooping breaking every miserable judge in sports." ,

4'JO population, defeating 1.'C1rtIyerll! !! Unless the growth of the hyacinth night They were discovered endeavoring rough and rmip.. The safe, sure amt' one famous case, after a fight of Germans! wondering how their ( hi: .
? U I -last year's winner-by a small ma is curbed it will be a menace to navigation to make a landing from a large pleasant, remedy that yon sun dependupon. many years He defied Frederick the dren will be fed this winter, will read :l
jority. schooner. The cabin cruiser! V.1022 I'rntcM't 1111I' iluldi'cu and yuur- Great and greater powers, and finally that with interest.
the St. Johns river. Federal
\i \ on being used! for the and lIeU\ At your JruggUta.Ideal ; _. .i
ara iBBlrft user I agents are in the reaches was purpose died peacefully in bed, nearly eighty- .
1- ', t' When South Jacksonville gets into of the river'rnpplinlr with upper the situa- this also! was seized by the sheriff. In _. five years old, rich in money, adored, .0"T T"f"I. "' '" ) < -c' .' 's st )
\ -- ..cJ'n* ; j'tRICHAItr .C. !..'. .
. the full stride) tif the many new improvements I tion. A special barge equipped with a the chase which followed the discovery I by the people that drew his carriage .. ; :

i i i ti, and industries that are ,. grapple which can take in five cubic I of the cruiser a large number of Gift For through' the !streets. He showed thoright t..l".....::1,1"LL;'rY;..0:; fJ'I(" .' '
I stacks of liquor' were thrown overboard deal with idea. That
\ now assured and slated for the coola way to an
yards of hyacinth growth\ at one grub .' .. .,.. ., I h
Athletic Girl I "o' --
( ( ing' year she may be referred to us I is beinguseel.(. to lighten the burden of the was better than poor .John Brown of .'.I..o.'J o. ,i. 'h.
the Los Angeles of Florida and her craft. Scores of men could be seen Harpers Ferry, never living to see ;
: .:
y 1 a near the scene of the !seizure: endeavnrmi E"I'::; Fii!, 3 r a :4
1 activity along building' lines will outrival In a report made public by Sam T. i anything accomplished. : : ,_._. '.,
u ( I Miami Orlando to jettison some of the liquor :
Fleming, agriculture statistician of Thursday. I .
the l bureau> of agricultural economics,
I&, '" John Revels, convicted of the! murder regarding crop conditions and cvti- ,I
i of his wife and his! brother on December mate.s fur the current year in this That citrus! fruits were native to e rvq < ; LLOYD JON 7FS i' ':

3 last, was: hanged at Tuvnres state, he places tin estimate of 12- llernando county before the adventof II st1Y5 -... )
man !seems to be indicated by evidence ( Ji'1\ i
Friday!( afternoon. lie wns pronounced (000,000( boxes of oranges. and 8,000-() f

i lend( thirteen minutes! after tho trap (000 boxes of 10 grapefruit' per cent, which increase in approximately over .- unearthed north of Brookaville in a rock ,quarry when, similes in\ ';'I| The;; Crovi'd i is: Lost V/itlioiii/ : a Leader \ "' j

dour making inspection of some diggings -
; .) ( an
last year's production! of .
grapefruit ) :
twelve! feet below the surface, .
+ convict, hiving been convicted of carrying : !
/ concealed weapons n petrified hemisphere of an orange 1 I I'limit ll'I' h-tfioii. It. is i
are fir niUNter/ of men" wh" are teaI I :
unearthed The fruit seemed to ]
Federal estate tax agents Saturday( was I ,4 $ xa lets maUe up the rook and the of humanity They comprise tin .
I I Those people who think that bathing forcibly opened I the Hula M. CroKersafety o have been of the navel variety, the c r,, common people, wlioui us l.inu.la .said. O.x] surely| must lnn ', ?1 \
skin and navel! at the endof < .
depression "uliirilie' mad, < MO many of tbuni.
beauty contests with then
are over box in the First National Hank I
l passing i of the summer, do not reckon nt Palm )'('lIch. Nothing was foundin the half orange well defined and Plodders! an- not uIIlimit their Dolly vlt.taev. They are sin: I Ilialile .'
i'I on the Florida climate. At Miami the box but bonds amounting to the' coloring of the pulp a true golden h u I lI.tulu h Tlii'.v H 10 the I'oiuulatloii ut :Noclety. ,
hue I 'rln'.' are a rriniuMiiluiiM.law lint 'instantly nioxlnz form I 1. V
ii' I'' Bench they are planning. for a "re.vue" An
$110,000. expert' safe opener was "'II rr.\' along: nil the gaud: '!'HL.I I the (u'si .IUCH; ihruiiiXli; whli tin.. ',.J < .t
in which it is said,I that more employed to drill the box open, which triielcri\
i Johnuholle's/ Solo- I
1 than one hundred pretty girls will it l is said was done without warrant County Judge I'Mlixatloii luhiiiieci mi faster than rite" permit, It, yet they m"rI '
1'lrlllulIHI stand up for admiration and over the protests of the custodian! mon act u few days ago, when he settled I (1e"III.1I'.lr_ Dun ('''III'H'. 'They control 1 only the |pace ut their, m.i:'" ,
at the casino.Phosphate hank Mrs. C'rokcr' is the widow of a dispute between Laura andBlanche I '1'" UKfew. ( rare souls IIr clear xl'slon !1.\! i nnliiri-' hiindi'd tin "rt
the former Tammany chieftain Floyd, of Jacksonville, both of leadership.' they wlio lilu-el the NUJ' n( i Iniurch. To lliei.i, Iv
II' to the value of $17i,0! !>7- claiming to be widows of the lato J. II is glioii liiiav'lniitlon. It Is they who dril.-t|, on the curtain "
C. Floyd, negro, deceased, in settling future tin licit rlalit 1II01'.... Hie
212: has )been, mined in Florida since' Aubrey Lee Nichols will be called niasscH! III alit l(6The
J the Floyd's estate, in which the jurist. ; ss. Asvroc masters' are the men who ,dare n-nrch: alieaJ and aim "
of the I
beginning business in
4 u to the
extreme in
upon pay penalty, suggested that the matter be settled j eniisc of ilic'lr i euuihlruret tin ,plndiliTN, !< put contlili'iii'e In tliein .in I to the close of 192-: according statistics due course of time, for the alleged( low Iheni. ,
: tm a fifty-fifty basis between the two I \It limits leadership. 'i'lie lender must eipress tinor OV
compiled by Herman Gunter, criminal assault upon a DeLand) woman claimants, seems to have been done in I ln" > Hiippliuitiil h> him \\ htI ropivsfiits, hat which In new. I I.:> ry
state geologist. The! total tonnage' for about two years ago, unless his vain, for "widow" No. 3 out of the champion' Is <"1111' day confronteil lIds. bitter' Yoitlh Is t bull, ..1/
that period was .1 1 11,078,519 long/ tons counsel find, further grounds, for tak- I leaps alii.ai|.
North comes to press a claim for a .
err Mnstci-i art never afraid.' .\.. rosin us timidity controls the t """
_. _. .
- -- portion of the $10,000 estate said( to to I ln, inasfors.

: have, been left by the deceased negro, If she is athletic then the new It 1 Is l onl.v I lie man uho Is siitwervlpiit I to the truth who \venr- '"
l y r Now in President The judge has received a I letter froma quarter-sleeve pull-over sweater armor uhtcli hot hlug can ptuIttrnbet, Hack In tilt ranks arc the <01.l lem. .' 'd,t
;,: Race J Philadelphia lawyer, representing. with V neck will be the gift to give KriiinlilfrM" HtuniMerH.\ Their protests! are silenced by the. plmldiuho r*.
,tit another lady of color who claims to her at Christmas. It is fashion's "bear them for'arll'lIl1nlel)' or iiinvllllcuily, on the !great 'iii'' > h.
have been married to John on Sep- latest and most sensible model.-la Sometimes tbe whole muss seems to fall hack. But the master ,to
I' tember 15, 1015. Proceedings were bright colors. not feur. They know the light of the star will lead them cm again

u. !'I'Y. '' .. asked to be held up pending an opportunity Copyright, 1923 -By Richard Lloyd Jouea.
for the third claimant to P

.?I.i \ I Wins Western Stock

I, verdict of first degree murder '. Show Judging
( was returned by the circuit court jury
trying Fred Meyer for the killing of
John II. Lane, a wealthy orange

I grower, near Seffncr on September
12. The principal feature of the day ;

it 4 was the statement of Meyer, who on
; t
0. the old feather bed was a packageof
'.. the witness stand, claimed Lane had
joy, when draped In Its trappings of
shot himself with his own pistol. He state. If I had a legion of words to
said Lane had attempted his life and employ, I'd use 'em, lamenttn its fate. (J, _.rta. .A
that in a struggle for the gun the < ?ere4 rw We've banIshed the /gooiie-balr, an' took O''J 0'" -
1 fatal bullet was discharged. Panic tbe pad of oornhurks. an' havln'.., an' ;,,1,'(
t, I stricken, he said he buried the bodyin moss Till I am afflicted an' /gloomyan' IS\ Ir \)
". ns the grove, then took Lane's auto- sail at the mattress they stretched me JI. X11''
t mobile and dog and drove to Tampa. across I'Ulesry In lIIu"cle--II tracted !J'
In bone-ami it don't help mo any to cuss.
l F
lie arrested two days later.
was ;
It might be more healthy to bunk f lv ,
I 8 on a stone, tut it'. equal to sickness or /}/ .
SIGNS YOU CAN. BELIEVE wiiHsI' I dream of the feathers thnt cushioned .r ti,, .
If your breath Is bad And you have my frame In the halcyon nights of N i ,
Ilpl'Ut4 of swimming; in the heal, poor the va"t.'e were born on the feath '.
i appetite, constipation and a general no- ers an' tiled on the sumo, and the grandchildren
account feeling, it is n sign ;your liver id Benin Lmlerlnll. co-ed ill the got Vm at last. 0, the old
torpid. The one really dfpcndablo remedy California Agriculture! College, de feather Led was a builder of dreams-a
/I\uTVC4f\ TCtr for all disorders, in the liver, stomach feated a bold of fifty men as the cure for all species' of wruth-we sunk In ///tlllp
and bowels is llerbino. It acts powerfullyon best judge of cattle in the Western ltd blubbers, 'an' sweat la its seam*-on'

1'i I Senator; Hiram Johnson' of California (at left), in the field against time l liver, strengthens digestion, purifies Stock Shows 937 at Portland Ore nobody needed a bath It may have
President Coolidge for the 192-4 l Republican nomination, stopped off in the bowel: and restores a tine feeling 5s points irl. out of 1000. She belt microbes an' vermin galore, from the
1 Chicago on his way Washington for a conference with Wm. Wrigley of energy vim and cheerfulness. l'rice city-bred. $ pores of the flea to the toad, but It bad
I chewing gum magnate. From their bearings it would .eem.all wa 60c. l S kl by 'em all skinned an a goal! place to more,
well. and we broke out with beat wben It
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BEST H.s conducted and robed klansmen! l I where they received l their obligations '1IIKKESSV) : standing over the top of nn early -
who first paraded through Lakeland and took the klan oath.Boc. iFOR
Time-Triad inorniiu' hiize, and until a radio nu-.s. NEW V1M WEAK

It! ,, "_Itf. .' h.-0," ,. on their way to the grounds. I U G. Nelson, of fari/'"m ':HIM. 'xa, N'ov. :):.0.it'i.I l nint- KiiKetn the Si'tH'e-n to procpe'd \\'hen ,

..rfM. I ) '1 1--D1!: >o largo was the crowd, thai only Springs, appeared( an speaker, at the I'l led aid' f.l'lllly i nl \\"ndbor\l. in.. the "I1II'rs1'1'1' 1RhoI'I .distant

.. GALLS a few ol the hundred* uf automobiles conclusion of the ce-rc-nionie-8, being HI.' vis"11 IIK u'latiM'S here. away, u lookout on board the schooner THIN PALE %WOMEN/
t STRAINS could reach points of hearing and see the M(>s is. u c. tics l I. ,v and Calvin announced their approach Im'.iu-d- ,
OW"" _.II: .... LAMENESS I ing vantage Occupants of the cars I accompanied on IIp'oker'stun", Tiict attended thefuir in Gainesville ; | iiitelthe little vessel'n author injn\ \ work and have:

I, as.: .sts._ .......\I .enrf all d........ ofaxaawrrim. swarmed out and upon the grounds nn automobile truck, by unmaskedklansmen. Saturday. XMIS i aweigh, her auxiliary test ennnie' he'Klin TO "I sli;ii,' ,.I| |the| pleasures
Hm covered theobjei 1 \life
..HttutundCaltltTTio I long l before the hooded nnd vxhite- Mr. Chas.: Cox, Mr. and MrV.. throbbing: and she was pi t I nl\ of that rundown
and of the srnlnperling fit \
ts klnn
and 1 ling mill tniith
gowned figures appeared in a parade purposes M. PhillipH, and little sun, \\'. M. Jr. to ...ell.I jour thin lyLlood.
Says ,
R ) lit ,
Tno tluirliinm' ; Durhnm i gun
was a fierce denuncation I of the Ilo-- KIII n now to take tF
I Good, \N. "C r:. 1-or. '1' 15"i 'tti ycais".t I have I inlmcnt until I with the an American Hag at the head of man Catholics in the United States of :Mmini: are here looking after theirproperty. I Hut the speed of the little M> ..el|, .1 duduM; I'<'plo-\I."g., ,in. It will help .
/".. ., inn procession. It required strenuous' \ !; [ which! had taken in :jou wl1l1.h'I'ftlll. )'. .\\ .
nil l I J \ uttttrih, : I ''m, never washout it. I guard duty on the part of the klansmen Dirs. lie'o. Adams and children loft largest' ruin carrying expeditions. of III both ll paid ami: iblcta. .
tnte to.nth usol I it on II bud Hill on I to keep the curious ones back. the great growth of the klan and Free Tablets
''M1I"C'' nct.U
"" und" IlL candt atconlinir to
that the order has six .
,. ,
nearly 1: .
/ 4.* flan iI.oj.." The ceremonial went on to n conclusion Miss stela l'lov''rlll'ttl", Jlr. and ,, hcnllh" | lliwniriimi i
not h > f
nwte t 1'\'h'-M"| k in. wril' tiMlny
million members
despite the fact that the huge and! that it numbered Mrs:: <'\ ril Mann-o visited relatives that of the cutters and in less than fur ii<."..roux'ii 1 lul, I'nrkitrtd'I'uLlrta"i : Hi.tvltin
No Sting or Smart "fie-ry cross" suffered somewhat from more than a half million in the and fruniN in !Hampton Saturtlityntiil a Irmo.1,1., .1 ""m.' "od,I illi., ..H to
state of Indiana. I' quarter of an hour the'ere' close. on M. J. llulunluuh' C<... 01 Wan ea oj,., N. Y.
Contain NJ Alcohol weak current to the many electric :Sin: ,d'iv. 1. her heels.

FREE "n'IrrlLiliralsotvrnn' : '. ; IL l'It: globes which adorned its arms and Because of the delay in startingtho J. P. Padirctt; and family visited Gude"sPcpto"M.angan
t ,n ..:, I !in, ,. : : "Ahoj', s,'luTont'r, shouted| t the tornmaiuler .
relative I
"I. 'I1.r" \I. I it" i i ,l..r 'InnlI '''v upright section. ceremonies nnd the lateness with : m \\nlilo Sumluv.Jlr .
Ir. I I of the I.exniKt..n "llrntcto
I '" II"
.I. u ,. } ? Chas. 1'orsvth of Hrooklyn,
o '''' Il' Ji: h which the klansmen appeared l, hundreds there litth.'iI
The ceremony was practically id..n11"111 I attended, you m Iht're'IIhe I \
school here .
huiuliy Sunday.C
2Sc JSOirftl.OO left the scene before the "''''lIk- trouble"
I with that staged Manatee
Young Mootl and
Sold 6./ .'rug and GencroStoroa! I "unl'eral weeks ago, but sur- I hag began, and others were continually Nealie, \\1' niuiiiin. the visitors daughter to, '11"11\1' to, 'r.'If," eaiiutin' an Tcnic and Blood Enricherd

." pinned that event in the number xxhoought I taking their departure after the Sta I'k.- ittinli.\ Hwcrmir shout from the -<, honor'i t
.>. .' b IVIEXIfCAM ; :- to see the exercises. Hun- speaker commenced his address ., steinhaddae. think! \ei' dmn' ', I
I Air, and\<1 :Mrn II. 1 P. Miry and fancily -
"red of automobiles from Tampa attended\ the fair in Gainesville; I iluiHin', a llritioh boat inilsi,|,. tin. j i

made their way to the field, while 'lhtirsiliiMI c. thret' milt' limit?" II III' ll". abut Si.ifi. win $:inlIltll) r l

ti Plant City, Lakeland, Bar tow ami {;:.''I- .. -j.: ._ c:rip Bird rnflu<;nzaLAXATi. .MI'S I Uul '\' ('Ii',-r..ettl> and lte+. "liriiiK; her arouinl or t wr'i. i.u' iiiini'. .-\ II this, :Jit! <1'1,.\. said I I, h rid been
i '. i I'; KUMO 1 Q':I':.X1NE Tablet *muve i IIenu. lean 1 e
even points on the eastern coast of I'adiiitt SUuko you dim to NIIMHIIII, tin
we'rehoppuir coast
( in onSaturdiis urrltoI fiotii
niinjifleis' boats
.. t
I '
Florida contributed .... Then ,x only* cue ,- ., UuiuU,/ id waint'tl.
of automobiles trim
uJJa73. a quota .
I r. W.GROVE'S.hO.mrs.wxs" :3Uu I I I'f 1'.1'; .1'Y\ (hut Msitctl. his ship
No heed
I and, spectators. was paid to this threat
Rumors had gone forth that efforts the: ; Quinine ..l {rots hulncil. f I Mat. ) and<11\ shot from the three null gun on tin Kuin' l J\\! .

would bo made to identify some ot the I DIH'ntii pf, Im ton!,. iml l In..w tnYtl i/v theI I Lexington( \\'hi..tI..111'1111"/ the To- "I'm within inv lights/ outside (hathief
CROWD WATCH K. K. K. MEET AT lit' IiFuQt, 'i IMMh: : : ( | 'hI.) inn lit- ,im-Ti inako's. how JtH eflVi
Tampa contingent supposed to be at t h .jnyim .'thoutrmuulnrrvuu"nrrorru, I .,.IL only was to t unitlimit 1111,1III the customs
LAKELAND the ceremony in robes or in civiliangarb I... the hind V;.w.taw\'t.S"'Q"h"I ,. "., ,N.v :jiw' iIltT""Ol'l the ,,1'11<11111I'1"'" Mpeetl., Then agents and, prohibition" agents rind ic- ,
I the Seneca sent another shot whiz
!: but there was no indication of '
furriers (InI'mtcd Static
"KUM: IWNo: ; IS C.\I'| /iritf lithe mainmast Ihp cutters in can ,go::
Initiation of about 150;; candidatesinto interference with any of the work hang for I'll brut thornUCoy: in t
carried the klansmen. To ..Leda.tfrn TlJIU'US: I.HHlf/l i i-s sii.jillritihh : ; > wenalmost upon her then and theRthonor's '
the mysteries of the Knights of on by many allc-g. d to have said! II" he lift the

the Ku Klux Klan at the Lakeland the dim cross was a disappointment, ,... .. A mptam( brought 'her about. MI'hiN>tit""rFe -
of five from the ,
party 'ult.'r1"
iI aviation field Thursday night provedto and the same could l be said of the Schooner CAPtured After a '
dl"plltdwd to hoard the mhooner
be an attraction for thousands of other features when the candidates, llmitrtriff 7'111.< nnmpaprrwill Running Fight .
/ As thi'V climbed over the Bide sev-I I
people, gathered from all sections of after marching around the field were puffin -Helpful Hint* in thin
1 ;
form nt rtvutar tHtcunl. He oral I members "if I the crew '
south Florida to witness the ceremon- finally escorted to one of the altars vent / MHO- New York, Nov ir>.-Tho British IltI.'mph"1
you lUp tlii "Il"1 atul paste to push them back ami! a

- -- -- -- it11 your i'nipt' AnalWashing .. auxiliary schooner, Tomako, most light ensued, during: which at leiint,
venturous of the rum running (' a'I'1
members of the hooner'H
.,. .. A tho Atlantic fell into the hands crew
.... ."Jt n .. IVIG BlanJ.etaI ben I winning got !bloody noses and sore heads
Vo I
.... .. ". .-p.t.; ...}. blankets coast guards> early today, after 111
-: '" ..1. """ I '...".' rcinemlier it i is iinpoitant hl"1 I Rounded up, the crew of eight including

.,.. .. .. '' ... ..
",..... \ to keep| all the risiiiK walirn the same ing upon six miles otf Sivthrlrht the liooner'x maxtcr Gen! I

I t r'" ,". ,, :ids) I IT I' .ft, .,' i'. VISION j J rinsing temperature waters should Another be soapy thing-the; if f you "RummUill"N. J. ]In her hold McCoy was,found chit rstctt'rii'eIas \\illmm I Dwnex, Wllt'nt aboard the I.exing. I

.. ....... .. _...... .. ,.-- -.....- wish to keep the blankets lIght| and the 'rum smugglers' king" ton. Downey( declared' he was not Ii
Huffy able to seizure, as the twelve mile liquor I
.. . A machine gun was captured, on
-- --- a \ smuggling treaty t between rent;

I Elect! en-s'd tit By Popular Vote | Scorching-Here 15 a new one- the schooner. hv: and the another rum runners was ,tossedoverboard their Hritain and. the United loll II h'" hll.1 not .j|
beionie cllective.Mennuhilit ,
is, a new cine. on Ill!!, but as regards sanl --=
i In the belief that!, which nuKcs possible its wor.inab.Ity! / that I ,1111 captors i het boarding J party went j i
political ;
.11., \vslciu The
) coast guard miters Seneca ami i
sure of. I If article the \\ Cjnnd l Our Own Lenses
an haw been over I ) .1'1101111<'1' ami! down in a l hold I !
the election ol 1'icsuliiil ill defiant, ol l exptessul will of
u/ t scorched while Lexington, operating on I information
yt1I ironing with, !
{, wet toldwaicr II tlu-v found, itct'oy, iiouilitng... aniong I
,'f the majorIty of the people is IIrl.ltalclud/ 1II11.np'I'ati!. the and lay where the sun will. furnished hv t treasury dipartmOntHpecial the remiuning :1200!() ) cotes uf the oritri I- i NO-DELAY ,

Sncratntnto !Hei\ in a lending editorial call for the abolition shine quickly on a. The maik will ngents that the Tomako was mil JOO I:! ) IIIHI uirgo In Ins ,pmkils :, .t

of the electoral college and the direct election ofh! rational soon vanish. a a off St-nlirmht, lying clone in to dispose I were, found. hank notes fin $f>0Oilil, I (:,lttinesvillc. Florida, +N
S of :JOO( ) cases of whiskey, all thutiremaiiuil i I ,
executives.What I
government PaintPaillt.
no matttr how oM of a 1200) case cargo shipment -
with the unit rule and the two-thirds rule governing may Ite rcmo\ed from cloth if tins
luoiee-dttl to Sandy Hook long
secret .is followed "ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR HE KNOWS" :
Apply olive oil l ---
of to electors voting i
in conventions, and the delegation authority /hrst (erioiujh: to molten 'the I'lIilll ) and before "il.. hl'<'lIk. )
by states who twice at least' have chosen Presidentsllntri- then drop Oil some chlorotoimDate. j As down' broke, the Lexington dis- I For over 35 yenr the E, O. Painter l"crtiliftr. Company hn furnished Florida. 9I

son over Cleveland and Hays over Ti.Jr'n-in) defiance of the s coveted the schooner, its two slicks I grower with fertiliser. The continued patronage cif expnriencetl, grower gives Mt ?

votes of tho electorate, tho people are so far removed from their .- Piper! which has dried.. .111 I proof of latinfactory rraull Yl'1"t tM i

r right to choose the head of their nation that their right of package dates may of easily dates be removed i if this I COUII> IthTTKU FMtnil/l-lt: : ilK MAI)RVK WOUI MARK IT. J .", A
are put ill an oven To Cure Cold in One I ln>
franchise has become a meaningless waste of time. which ii of medium
hot trmiitra ink. J.Ay: ATIVF: nwivo 01 r-r;" :: 11,1< i inlnim Writ. For Nee Foil I'rlc Ibis l Just. I..O.4.
Under it impossible for n man ture. tin I nuilli. nnil 1 1I.ln. Ii.. in"I v''ri.iild i. I I
our present political system is .
a I <' t: \\ t.IiOtL"1 h'. .iti u".a II' E. O. rainier FertilirerCo. Fla
it to split' ] his ticket-he e.m't vote for the candidate for president Phonograph Records .A friend Jacksonville

it on one ticket and at the same time vote for the candidate for had some phonograph records which

; vice. -picsiddit( on some other ticket lie must; vote for lectors had become very soilei] She was, dsSOUTmHERN
,0 about to give them ) M VU...
on one ticket or another in block formation. M
whrn I suggested", trying' wore allohnl
.\1_" order the present system it is impossible for any independent with a soft cloth. She rubbed, each RAILWAY

niidiciatt i for the presidency to have Ins name placed one gently and they are now as Hood ypA

''f on I the ballot. I In Texas it is useless] for a Republican: ] to go to as new. .

the( polls on a presidential proposition The Republican voice Bra. Bodi-The brass on hide| SYSTEM

c, is so small and still that it is entirely' obliterated In Vermont mny be clianril I if it is rubbed l with

:1 it is equally lulile for n Democrat to make a like attempt. a mixture of salt and vinegar or salt ....

Were (the people to vole their choice then men and women of and lemon jinu'. \Vhen it hat become
bright wish with. soap and water, then :;:;:- +
nil would have equal representation as they have equal -
parties dryIf vasihne is then: rubbed' on, -- .
taxation and the will of the majority of tho citizens of the It will prevent their tarnishing: for ....-..M''I... ,,",
('ounl1'yould be expressed in action. quite some time .... :-. -' --.!: : .:
-'- _..-. .. --. .-. ----- ;.... I ,
of brought into being in a _.-.---- --.1-- .....
The electoral (college course was Oil Cloth-If the oil cloth on the ;;; :;;- ,.;' '' I
ofP the with what kitchen / ''-, -- ._ _r ... .. \
day xylun! it was thought unsafe to trust people table i, pastul on mstcail of '," ff .. -- t ':O. -.
was then regarded as a dangerous power. Fiom this groundwork, >einx ticked it will not crack, wrinkle _- '-----' .c; .1 ? :"-S:; --=;'; ." f :

Rhiewd putty tricksters have built up the gradual elimination t,. ,Use and for wear the lonKir. Dour is good ..? J i ;; t J''
of public participation in n.itional affairs until today tlio! citizen ."paste. _..-...;\. .7" I ;. ., >.'Jj:; ici:I !

has the, choice only of voting for one or two men hand picked Cleaning Silvrr-Try the follow- .. -'r \ j ji'i't ':. '. I

bv a I h ilf ,!iczcc< ; ; political despots who, meeting in a pallor, decide ind nil next I believe tint you clean your silver ,- .-...>>.'_" -.-..-..- 'Bmitj! ,, ___- : tr t-{( 1
will -
i who Jinn and who shall! not have tho right to go bcfoiu tho gnu always continue -- d..>-' ;,:<; 1 .
; ;
o use it Moil. l the silver, in an alntni ,_::: ... WJ".t.; '' ) -.,_.., '
people lor election. mm pan into which Ins be] rn shaved ;! '' \ 1 : !
.,, f't -V'jJP' :;; '
roitiiiintelv there are signs of the awakening of our citizens ilinost a quarter! of a, |bar, of Ivory,, E '. \ it .. 0 ,.t, I ;i, 'iJ ,...... }
With lap and" add I a tablespoon, of table I ,| \ ( '6" I. y
to the impoitance of insIsting on their right of utterance. alt.1"il/ for 1 ini minutes __. .. > ;} )),1/ I
rinse with W' oj,
their lais always to the ground the political I combine is even M ii. stir sod 'the'. ,, dry This is, said, _..::.:.=_-__ "_.... ._ ', *
it now discussing the possible abolition of the two-thini, itile in ", '""'I"! -- '. 'labor. 'and make __ Jt

the! (Democratic convention. If we can got that ,reform nnd next I .\

the killing of the unit rule we will have made at least a start 4

toward a real democratic rule. For your own protection 'I

This i is the year l')23 1 !) The United, States has oiiigimxnkrickeruokeis .

Its citizens can get along \'CI'Y'I\ wit limit

political I bosses to govern them or electoral 1 col.cfjes: hnxing I the The peril of the road crossing\( has!' in Home other way. Trains cannot stop 't J.;
J national problem with the at every crossing if they are to be run '.
the will
power! or not always the temerity to defy public become a
FrequentHeadaches multiplication of aatomobiles. at the sustained! speed expected by thepublic \

There lire grapes on Rule In Washington Mnrkrt "\en YI''rl nt <1 riB and required to carry the commerce ,
.. In Fifth Aii'iiiii' uln.lou,. tin 'II fur The Southern Railway System has! 1eliminated "i
per 'alto' of .n pounds nnnVd I a ;\ -i of the country. ThctraI crosses '. +.
fl t'''HI pi'r_'poiiinl HIP trentleumn who grown tuo grapes guts wUat I 584 grade; crossings! and is a highway about every milo. The motorist '

Echo and ouswcrg wbut --- eliminating': more every year, but 7,000 encounters a railroad only occasionally. 1 "ltJ\

1 remain to bo separated! on this! system .

alone- The total cost to complete tho '"
"I. suffered with chronic :
constipation !list' o lid bring on work is a stupendous sum- probably It is necessary, therefore, for the 1

very severe headaches' ," says. half as much as the cost to build the automobile driver to stop in order to f ,iJ

tYhat is a Teaspoonful? Mrs. Stephen I II. Kincer, of rail road'. avoid risk. No ono who did this was .of
R. F. U. I I. C i .if Creek, Va. killed.' In North Carolina where .'i!
"I tried dil'prtfn'! icUicmf anddid Even if the money were available, ever
not Ret re! f f. The head the law now rl'qulre'l.such u stop, w
T erjianTrit and the public willing to pay the
aches became very frequent. I number of road crossing, accidents on
heard of freight and passenger" rates our lines has been reduced one-half. ...
depends on the Dak necessary to provide a fair return. on

r ing Powder you use. You it, many years!' would be required to Grade crossing: accidents: can bo prevented '

,. b'1 y ,. mum use a heaping spoonfulof Thedlord's do the work.Protection. if you will approach the zone ofcUnK'T ':
many brands! because theydon't determined to exercise caution )1
from the peril for the present '
contain as much; Icav. generation at least must be found For Your Own Protection.I:
stung strcngtli! as
It /* bettor fcr/.//i.i. to ave m life than to save. rnltitttm. ws

: ; CALUMET Personal Responsibility{ / I.aapetnt.d .- I

and took It for a lieidache: and II. J ,
'j ( from lh. SatuiJml Curnna Poll) ';
the f eliefvat very quick andit :! C 7-
was so long before I had Final) dnpomUnce for a reduction EL.f6 :
' The_Economy_BAKING POWDER mother head .die. Now I just in the number. of railroail KruiluCTOSDtnK .._...... .J'.... ; -- f fT C

l ; 811': don't keep the let Clack myself-Urauuht get In, that and uponthalndvldu..l.a"nReofr.doxaaers. mum be placed' --=-..::;.. ,,-;;-,- ..f.ponalbdity ..". .'.:-..",...r'. t'rr t1 u lye;;" ; i

nee.'r condition." If when approaching : -- ----- ,
and crooning a railroad, at Krelle' 0thetravalerwmthinkofthatcnxlt .
Thedford's/ BlackDraughtpurely
makes more bakings which means a real .,
( veerla'Mej! has been
t r ; Rp w saving on bake day. found to rel' e constipation ing as a cone of danger to him,
and by ftitrmUtiitj! the action of and regard himnelf and drove with II f !
"' times the liver, when 1114 torpid helps him u in imminent danger until Thlegr.d.eroe.lnq.r>>- Ir I X +
Sales Z
the crossing is completed salon cost
LUMP to drive many poisons out of "?' I
1 "
i as much as that system liiliousness chances accidents will be automatically t I
""""'" your minimum.
of other 'oadache andsimilar reduced to the
any lndizstion, ; ,
brand troubles! are often
relieved in thl "way. It U the t
natural way. lit natural! Try "

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i Bradford County Telegraph I r lh2cle ..JOOW-'vbs11'' Si-Yep Two, I hed Explanation a beard like yours [ .p- 'GOT HIS EYE ON HIM

.. ---- --.-..----- ... once, but when I realized how it mademe I : ]
I look, I cut it off, b'gogh.

j Published weekly and entered a& SILL SHAKESPEARE SHOULD Hi-\Val\-I hed a face like yours
once, and, when I realized thet I could
class matter at the post .- ONE TOUCH
; ,
not cut it off, I grew this beard, by

w i tl office at Starke, Florida. I OP SANTA MAKES THE heck. r !

'h K S MATTHEWS Editor and Owner Delivering the floods NA4EMf
There was once a woman called Mrs. N '' f f.S.j t
''I Fr
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIIl Y Who said "I don't know what a Km., A /4 ,,,, .
t ,
.\ But a fellow in haste y
D I Put his arm around her waist \ :'.a 4 I I I1 -': ,
And quietly answered "Why thrs." y, ;

t l'er Year __ __ _ _. ___12.00 Sounded! Reasonable a 2 Q /,

___ I
-- u --- ----- The teacher asked the class in nat-
ural history-"Where is the home of

t1 a I the swallow?"
..awti % A long silence, then a hand moved. .

; "All right, you may answer, Rob- I
: ert," smiled the teacher. -

dr 1 I "The home of the swallow is in the ,
stummick," declared Robert.' ,

Made :No Difference( I .
(One,, ". f a party of men left his seat At This lime of fear ,

P :, i'i an already overcrowded train to go I Ebner-This letter from your son I I II
in earth of something: to eat, leav- at college is rather thort.Si I

: Y No. l')5tMcm1 !) i1.!f a rug to reserve his place. On -Yep-on' he is, too. That's* I I
i turning( he found, that, in spite of why he wrote it.
( > 1 AS-.OI'l.ltixn/ ) i l .
iI l paa engers, the seat had been usurped He Asked For It y QtlEtirfoni ar1
I 1 by a woman. With flushing, eyes CrNS i
:Miss Cub-lie doesn't !speak to her'
I she turned, upon him: .
'' TIl.VNKSfMVlM 1 : HAY "Do know sir that I of any more. :
you am one I
la :Miss f'abo. He asked her what COaGQES6 w
I the directors' wives ? \
f he should. use on his hair and she told I ;
I I "Madame: he "were I I
Another Thanksgiving Day/ isIt/ replied, you f' him furniture polish
( ', hand. Another occassion to thank the director's only wife I should still I I
'; al 'f the Creator that we arc still alive protest. Ed Purdy Says- I I,

q ; : happy Happiness in only comparative I 'rhem New York business miyi I
; and if we believe that we are Effect' the Same
..' must be feeling fine now. They're"> I.
u ,''r unhappy, we should consider that I Hiram Skinnum was the village prosperous! I see they are signing the( I T t Gdt d

;; S l matters really could be much worse tight wad. He walked cm his neigh t marriage licenses now with a rubber
therefore be thankful. The things '
i a bor's front lawn to xave his shoes. stamp. i
...._ I _..1.1.
f that uiapicaae/ us we notiI ce uu jiiunumuch
His wife had been ailing for years,
of; the many blessing we enjoy I, and began growing weaker. There

t ". we are apt to overlook or take as a ,'didn't seem to be much wrong with I IT IS SERIOUSSome -- ----- --- -. --
matter of course. If we comUdur our I I her except living with Hiram, but she

t I Ihr'- weakness and holplessnesswhat: avery sank so that at last he called! the doc- Starke I'eop'e' Fail to Realize
small matter would be sufficient .' tor. After long examination the doctor
i : to throw us from the heights of bliss, I I told Hiram: the Seriousness of a Bad Back. ATTENTION! CHILDREN!
H' the The constant aching of a bad back.
and into
health depths
\ prosperity "
"She needs of *
I a change\ air. Send
i I of despair and illness-what infinitesimal her The weariness, the tired feeling, _
i. f beings we are compared with away The pains and aches of kidney Ills
the overtowering might if earth and Hiram thought over the expenses May result Bei.ously if neglected.
a :
f think awhile and said: "Doc you say she Dangerous urinar troubles often
and fate must
sky we
needs a change of air. I can't affordto follow.A .
if ourselves lucky in, being alive and
e send her away. But I'll tell ye what Stark citizen Dhows you what to
a well, and therefore give thanks from I'll "
{ do I'll get her an electric fan.
t,1; F the heart for these advantages. I I I do.Ask
''i $ x As individuals we are blessed asa I your neighbor!
ft 'ft j nation we are blessed. The World Almost Emborastting Mrs. Silas Kite Cherry St., says:

War ended for at five years ago we I In a certain New England village "I was all run down and suffered
where the Sunday church attendancewas from kidney Unorder.( I couldn't getup
are a. united nation, so (prosperous
i i till we can hardly find hands enough small lived a young widow who or down without help, because: or
>' .' had taken quite a fancy to the min the misery through the small of my '
f rr, for the work we have to do or transportation -
I for our products. We are later! She could see that he also car back. My kidneys acted,' too freely e

strong and have no fears for the future ed for her, but was evidently too shyto and I suffered from terrible pains In A t
_ i In Europe to the contrary,the say anything. One Sunday eve the back of my head. 1 heard about .
I armistice did not mean a cessation of fling the congregation was smaller Doan's Kidney Pills and three boxes,-) ,yy, y yf VSvc&j
than usual. After the services the which I bought at Mitchell's>rug
a the war, only a change in. method:
clergyman\ said to the widow: Store gave me wonderful, relief..
[ and localities. Like n mad beast Eur-
9 "lid you like my sermon?" Price Cue. at all dealers. Don'
is clawing herself to pieces, the
,fi '.,. J ope "It was beautiful]," she replied."I simply ask lor a kidney. rt'lJIl'dy-get
arts of are dead, violence andyes.q (
lI peace wish more people would come," Doan's Kidney Pll.s--iln'! same that !
hunger stalk about. Even the lefts
.. he said. Mrs. Kite hid! Footer :Mi'burn Co? / ;
t ,. affected countries there are suffering She saw her chance. "So do I," she Mfrs, Buffalo N. \.
j K 'I' 1 from scarcity of food and raiment answered. "Why, tonight every time

i f l t and enterprise is dormant because of you said 'dearly beloved'( I-I positively -
i'' } the uncertainty of the future. blushed." THE IDEAL SCHOOL

1 + I. Hence we should rejoice over our f ./ dt
4 r t' blessings, and while \ve thank the How to achieve the ideal school i ia Is p
I f Giver, resolve] to live sueh lives that Ahirhnj7 problem] that is always] before the

t 9 we may expect n continuation of His A man, asked'I to give u recommendation American people. Therefore the announcement fife I ,
favors. Then let the incense of our for a patent medicine\ said: that Winnetka, a townin ttitN4
,A1 y gratefulness rise. to His. throne, that "It il i the best medicine1 I have over ]Illinois has, discovered the secret sift Hits

t ; I: Ht may smilo upon His. people. tried. I bought half a dozen) bot- challenges: attention. In Winnetka, a

;t } tles for my mother-in-l.iw.; She was every child receives individual attention ,
I at death's door when she began" taking and takes up such studies as he I
+ Starke is now the center of a great '; it, and it pulled her through." i is, able to pursue.' He is not !graduated II
dual of public work !'mployinltlnn! ) from close] to class at stated times, I
laborers. We have the different road but stays! with one subject until it is
l projects, the works", in connection Misnamed mastered and then takes up the next. r W 1 t't
with the new municipal plant and
I extension of the passing", track northof the man who had just entered may advance rapidly in arithmetic .
the depot The work on the roads the crowd. I. and, lag in English. It is ckiim- ,

t 1 i may last", through another yeur. All "Oh, some "soap' box orator" ed I that under( this system", children

y i \ this brings money into Starke and the "Judging from the looks of his face I na u whole do much better than under

i future looks bright. The improvements I should say he need, 11 better acquitintancd The prevailing system of grades examinations I
; I (t now taking place will breed( with his platform" i and promotions, and thatit II
others.. Let nobody hold I back but can be used without increasing the I

*-..,. ; nil help push forward the car of pro- Simple Reminder number of teachers now employed.
: All of this put forward as novel but

i i i gress._ _ _ Smith is a young lawyer, clever in unless] there is something more to the
I many respects, but very forgetful lie Wirmeka system than appears in the
Those. who have given the right of hat! been sent to a distant! city to interview n"WA. it is substantially the same as I

way for the State and, the lateral an important client when the the method which was followed in the I
\ mats have in almost instance I head of his firm received this telegram : .
..s every little red school houses of the long Ij
I been. liberally repaid by the drainage !I : i ago when teachers boarded around 5 6 p< b .r t ir Ij j

ti of their low lands, which the ,ditches", have forgotten "name of client : and the graded school was a dream. xAJs
along the roads. afford. The ditches! I Please wire at once. ; :Many critics of the modern school j
( I arc of ample size and depth and will I The reply he received was n masterpiece i have said that in spite of its handicaps -
: carry off the water led into them. of sarcasm, irony or) some- the district school of other days r.
The motto of the engineers seems to I thlnloIt\ ran: "Client's" name Jenkins gave better instruction than the modern ? ,I
Your Smith
have been, "Injury to non'.; benefit name school does. Whether this is trueor !

r } (o all". not, certainly there is nothing new I
According to Directions in treating each child in school as an
A tramp knocked at the kitchen individual having peculiar abilitiesand '
t The fact that our shrewdest busi- door and said: "Please', kind lady I'ma deficiencies.-Tampa Times. / ,
ness men are buying the available nick man. The doctor gimme this n.

ands along the state road with the medicine: but 1 need !something to

intention of cutting them up into five take it with." "i ,

II I I and ten acre lots and putting it on The woman was ready to help I After Every Meal ..'"

) the market as soon as the road is "Poor fellow," she said, "do you ..I

V. t.. 'I i completed, shows their faith in this want a spoon and a glass of water?"

important thoroughfare. They believe "No mum. I wouldn't trouble you
that it will be the means of but this medicine haster to be took I
after meals. Have a good meal ,
bringing new settlers. The road will you
enable us to exhibit our advantages handy?" ;- II'A'

q in the show window so to speak and ir'is'LEYS ,

bomeseekers who travel the road are The Boy in Right Chew food ,. .
t + \I 9 the Sunday School Teacher (very seriously your .
compelled! to see superior attractions :
9 of this section. Even if they )-Now, Harry, what must we well tben useWRIGLEY'S
do before our sins can be forgiven? r:
pass us by they will remember what .. 11)
a J' have and after investigating lIarryIt( ill more seriously) aid :
r i they seen, Please ma'am we must sin. digestion.It .
other parts of the state will in I : S .r,.. :, .
t f many cases return and buy homes also keeps .. '<" .....- .- .
+ : here. Cause and Effect! the teeth clean .. ... '-- """ .t', ...
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rose great-alacrity ---- .. $ <: .. '
breath ...,... "' 1.., :.>.tt' .t. .- ,,
sweet ... .
To offer her his seat .. <\ f'; .' 1.__. '" ..,. .
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1 BAPTISTS ARE THANKFUL 'Twas a question whether she or he appetite keen. iJ'f{ '> : 5.:; .4i : ""
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Should stand his .
upon The fi.aeAae.rieos \..l. '...." :.t hn.. ." ':' .......'.......'... ,_ i'.o!

e' I take this method in behalf church of the Blonde Hess Opine .s-caf ....A .-....-"-.,:I.;"ot" ;-,... "_,. .. '""' -,':;,.".... ;," '_,2L.''",,, '!. '\.' '".;,.. .. ',,9'-,,:. ." :If
of First
p members the Baptist -" """ !; '
N. of Starke, to express their thanks When a girl refuses a chap-she *-:*t &; .:. ;lS; 1 'f _;.'...'...i**' & *-!- tv.
business thinks he'll He usual- -
and appreciation to the men propose again.
,::1 t and the people of Starke for their liberal ly does-but to some other girl. I.
wr donations to the ThanksgivingS

+ offering we sent to the Baptist Orphanage Every Fare a Menu Save deWne1ers In about three weeks! from now I ber the children who write to me. ? I' idea of what gifts are most desired
at Arcadia. These"' gifts will He Yes the doctors foodafT..tt Ui..non I
gay our stock of
be a blessing to the children of the our looks. i will begin to stock up and start on read the Telegraph, and any letters and I will have a good

home. She-Well, more people eat nuts my annual tour. I will 1 give right and published in it will have my attention. hand. Affectionately yours,

L. W. KICKLITER. than I thought. left, but I will naturally first remem- Besides, your letters! will give me anSri SANTA: CLAUS.

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InioriConcerning 11:1
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u Our Pe ople, FOR :SA I I.I E OR RENT-15: acres land I

:, Progress in the County I also w .igon. and farm implements.Wm. '' ll ,.
I 11. Struth, Starke. 11-10-tf '
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FOR SALE-Two mules and harness l t is q .
I :.Mr", one di'iiblo wagon, one two horse .J-AVV
ADVICCTOTHEAGEDA 1Tistt's j her I : ; i : at ,t-: ..
: disc harrow one weedcr and three 'I
I brina*Infirmitle I *. such mm uluunUh I r.I< 7
00 single plows all for .175.00. II. L. "
;,, bow.)*, weak kidn.ye torpid .lver. I old, Ga.Cyru i 'Brownlee. 1-2-tf. Wc.polnt to the word +
I : ) ,- that put to the TEST

PiUs :: ,' SELF-IMPOSED: I'OWl ltS that make
I U. S. WANTED-:Man:\ to sharo crop on the .
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knee e. pacific effect on thai. ItimuUtinif I I truest. ::\ ::\ farm. Good place for a !good man.: for the BEST I \
I the bowel' iiivea ..natural I Write to A. F. Pettcrson, Starke, 1
F. !
.ebon and import*vigor to the ayetvra. I |Il' ,
nt store :Saturday :; SPEND:<< '
the or sell mo Manning's : The rOWER to SAVE when you're tempted to
,)1 M!! :Mr. \[ .ifternoon. It* The l'O\VF.R to say: NO I and your interests defend ". ..'
c: EL: John spurt Tuesday in tIc ( --- -- The POW I'll tn owrCUII1l'Jltm.1jt.lI1t t.1-te-
I I 1'(1\\1'I to CUI'I'IIU1,1 (row 1\ upon waitc-
.1 : "I"i ,,11< The
I end in FOR SALE-Now timber cart, three Tin' 1'\1\\,1' R to discern\ the pitfalls of h.lllce- -...
intr's si mules and harness, at a bargain./ The 1'0R I t" be superior, to mere circumstance* ..
, ISeforc buyinj Tires see Smith <- Dolheifd to any part of the state. The rOWER? to abide by discretion's safe course its

1 for prices.. :Mrs.:\ he-\ DY.. Alvarez, Stark its I J I II The POWI'R to command: the HOLLAR'S resource- "'

The: I'O\\TI I to resolve, th.it, cometut may 0, you'll save u ,
1, 11 I r. Wall attended tho football receive day 4c :
years, little! from tlu. me nine you every I
:"mi'''" in .T.ickionville: Monday. I I (I WANTED--Responsible( man to work ,I l'lnlljnk I'ifirtafilv, vtuntv, ,end tfrvlctl/ oM ,
lie for wages and tako care of flll'lII'i| ,,ht/ t fttlMllv/.' i.u.itn your .V.IVI.MiS .\CCOf\T\( I :'Z,
:! 20) head! of cattle and two mules.' J'I'" nilnrt/, your act aunt U'llh/ n small, amount. I 4 34I
1\\ Mi anti :Mrs. O. L Beasley spent for in "'1'drift( bhop" will I tart mi the
One "II hInlnll family desired. .\ DOLLXR deposit I our you : :
4. ..inliu in Waldo with friends.: Place I 11.2 miles west of LRwh')'. road! to KESOllll'EJo'l'LESS.BANK' : :': : +

Dr. : T. Wainwright, T-awtey, t'ln.FINANCIAL 'I
"" \nias.. curds and gifts at Shoppe guests/ :::; :: : : : I'I'1I.JUt. OF STARKE o)

J J K'lii' Buy now and save money. Toroilo R.: J. : : i ; I'ls ._----- The Bank of helpful Service ..

Roberts: ;:; ; 8TAIKMINT: OF COUNTY I Starke Florida .t. '
; :Miss\ Hilda Struth was a visitor to FUNDS ,"
[. l.ic, ",,"" rile' TUl'"lay.t I !:, Monthly nmtrtriitl lat..monl of llradfara'county "' .
Mrs. rUI liter immlh nf October U2i.:
(;.nrral' Fund
4 :\Ir,. J. E Corpenint returned home been I1ulanr , : >! I ,. during month ______________ nil.78Waimum
:h I after spending, several days in parents! \ : ::; __ ___ :
Friday} > .ui'.i ____.. _____._ nan millnliincv
Fiftoni' and Jacksonville. Niv I I. IDJI: _________-______400H.JB
mond. Fin. and FarMlura Fund
: : Itnlnncn (frt. 1. I IUJ1 227.8R
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Powell & Powell have sent off two KiTc'IpM during. month __n________..1000 00
carload' of, spirits of turpentine and I Mr. / Balance Wnrranu N'i wsued. i,! -iis'-::.::::::::.-::::1013.76 213:ni> Zt

rosin during the week foot- ::\ Ttiilnnoo Ocl, 1. 11U3 Iln.d_-Fund__--_______.._1072.( D "TS'jiiu1miS '
ltil>!ji lurfnir month ---- ._ ___.___llIII..1I / s w 7i .,11. i*>4"LTL 1. if"ahl' >< nHl I'i
William Struth, Jr., of Jacksonville spent Warrant IaeuedRslancr ?--. I ] IIUIT a
at Nv. I I. 1923w: ______--2Na3.it r III
pent the week-end with his parents, Bi- Outstanding Fend .1 e
Mr. and Mrs. William Struth, Sr. re- Balance Oil 1. 1 III J1 ________________ 2 3. HKvec'lpta ... rsit
.i Mr. liirinir. month _____. ... __ I
: Warrant .bmiiml ___________-._______100000llnlancu sr,1 ;; uwr-r' i
Tom Limbaugh and Hollis Knight, children \ the N.., I 1. 1 11I.'H ._____.__hU_- 2HJ.OS ,
..tud'ntat the U. of }'., spent the and ) Widows P.n.lon Fund y- .
Hnlanoe 0.U 1 HUB
Mrs.\ -------------- :
week-end with their parents. tti ville Warrant Issued .....-...* -.-- i e...:..
I Halanci Nnv I1523: :I .- .::.... 43.4J
Mrs. T. J. McBeath, of Jacksonville in- Building Fund
recently with Mrs. In Iliiluncii Ot I. 11PJ.1: ________..____.. 8.BO We'll Show You the Road
several days
spent of on Receipt during; month ._........_.._
T. J. Griffin. I one Warrant limned ......
Sales I of llalanco Nuv. I 1. 1K2S -::::-:::::-_-_ 8.MAgricultural to Bigger Profits on ,as.

Mrs. O. L. Beasley, returned Friday 1 I I of of O from a visit in Tampa with her parents known / Rrcalpta during month ....._...-._. Vegetables!
Mr. and Mrs.! A C. Durden. ] Balance Warrant Nuv issued I. 192'---:---..--_-._-_-__----.-_--.. 1.IS I
Mrs. all November 1. ll>.!3. No doubt you have been told by scores of Individuals
Mrs. Julia Knight, of Jacksonville, Edwin, Bradford County. mid concerns. that they could get the highest prices for '
State of Florida vcRelables. Hut cannot afford to take anybody's Ip
home your you
is visiting her mister, Mrs. Josephine I hereby certify that tn. foregoing tatrment
of th. ....,,,.. and diebur.ement* of the mere say so for this t
fund. of Rradford County for the month off talker for +
Oviedo. A clever even an Irresponsible concern F
) October, I\I\ ::'. I I. tin and cornit to thebat '
could! probably convince that hits. house Is. the mostreliable.
of Knowlatltro and b.'It.L you
electric light bulbs my
Buy your \ W. ALDERMAN: .
from Smith. 11-9-tf. E (SEAL) Clerk Circuit Court. I IJ
i I 1 I ada, is Bradford Couaty.By We are willing to let falls talk for themselves. We a
Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Daniel were in i i Mrs. A. the- C. A.tlaiiuty KNIGHT Clarkigiwui \ are willing/ to let you compare prlres. at which we eel! a
Gainesville of last week visiting Mr. I vegetables/ at auction with prices you receive for your
part goods at private sale Such a comparison will talk for titself.
Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Simpson. and II *
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,, will. ,' HIPIMrs. Further willing to let our "ustnm'rt.-mnny
of we are r.S
Mrs and Mrs. T. J. Alderman,
? of whom have dealt with nt for a quarter of a century
Jacksonville! spent Sunday here with ; / '! tell you that they have reieivcd (he best pd ices and fairest I'1- t,
relatives. 2- treatment from us. Wo will gladly furnish names on av
I family : LetlatvbtitH
of Albany (On., i son -T un-I to I recuiest. :.:::1
,Yo A. Broadnway, : ( : t ] Not do full market for
only we get prices your VI-KC :_
is a guest of his granddaughter: 1\lrll'l county I I tables but we return to you the Jill/ ntnt>tint, ruined lens i.
O. L. Beasley. l who 11.- This ...w.r. twJl I our small selling/ cointnishion. Of that you art ntimircd.l.i
: -" ;"lltlflul Until" tku farm at r We could! not: do otherwise1 even i if we wee' so ihsposi'd,
T. J. Grflln has purchased from Mrs The -a r.Km'.. 'iaV.Vf :"" nelp.rbook.Powder tt i b'cuufyou can randy find out what auction goods sell for
Antrie Sternburg her valuable resi- Club all in yor by referring to prices. printed I in the New Yoik )Daily Fruit b4
i I No other method fives this' .
North Cherry. the club I Reporter. publicity
.h'n1'| property on PuT..-A soiled powder vvs
!fish Vl' !' puff does not need to be thrown Another tliiiiK, our large financial resources make hall
:Mrs J. II. Ritch spent Friday and, .: A full I :) ;!, \, away at many believe. Initead.'jiiet rreihl, a thing of the past for you. We Kiiainnlee you
Snturduv In Jacksonville- as the guest: week's I! ( :! I / use a little !oap with luke warm d.! voin niiini-v within :L'l I hours after Hill.. er ,,!

i;,f'J'r: 'Carl D. Sudclcath. \' water and after rinsing thoroughly' 8\ Lit', pet tnk,'thel." WIt, 'today for. booklet "Mora
I :Mrs.! :::; :! :!\ no hang up to dry. The puff will be I Dollar I ". Inc, I* rim, (>n"wirs." 1r
Mrs Lena Ilassett has returned ter, lIIr! i I :" Kood i as new and may be used for a t
1 long while.
here, after spending several monthsp urday |I I 'O. I '1
nt In New York. '! ) "". < i ii'F te ctionCO.252toe
I town ; ; "" Pie.-If one wNhas to r,
custard pie' a nice even brown, I
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H. I). Wasdin, of Graham, broughta : ,.t sprinkle a little sugar over the top _
wagon load of fine turkeys to town I ,- before putting in tho oven.
Tuesday. I Mrs \ to a e Franklin Si. i Jr L Eatabliahed 1896
home eS
: Beating; Ru aA rug may be New York City J
Making room for big Xmas stock, beaten twice 11M easily\ and thoroughly h
all dresses and hats greatly reducedat I Roberts l !! if placed on a pair of old
j I at springs face down. Then turn For the rnnveniiMKe nf Florirln ahlpprre, Now
Shoppe Elite. over
York Ant'tmn M iikrt mlnmiuiionmjiy lir ohtnaieil
fair in < l and, sweep 7 it the nllicr ul C W. Chewinnii, Orljncli). I v,
Lr. R. P. Taylor made a big! shipment I ; \
of pecans from his orchard near Andre 8hoei-When putting/ shoes away I
Heilbronn Springs Tuesday.J ': Belgium I \ UsitM for' next summer stuff them full of I fIWIDidVI


H. Ritch: is having his residenceon Oscar r. ,
Tenth street enlarged! and repaired. days for
| R
I met his I

Before buying Tires see Smith j Mrs. (

for prices. Sunday I Pat Caught It---But It Got

Martin Struth, who is in the U. S. I W.Mrs.C.F. I l Away! f

navy, left Tuesday for Portsmouth, ed the
Va., after a visit! with his parents, was ;
Mr. and Mrs. William Struth.J. .
I Eustis An Iriehman came running down the atreet with hi. hat in one hand ft

D. Stansell and family motored I Mr. ':. and hie bandana) the in other, puffin end blowing, almost out of br.ath. 3i

to Providence Sunday and were the ,
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Stan-I es and He ran up to the station just in time to catch hold of the rear' end

sell. I I <\ \ 1,: of the teain, but the train bad gained so much momentum that threw him

hassee, f't sprawling to the (,ound.i 3I
will meet next Wednesday
The U. D. C. I I Thank
afternoon 3:30: at the home t >. *'o. A br-st.ad.r remarked "Pat did "
'I i the 1114 \ : you not quite catch ;it, to which
of street.Mrs.; L. A. Davis, on West Madison ,I ', *- 4It Pal replied "Oh )'..,Oi caught it, but it got .wa)'."

Seven : ;x ;

received An ether remarked: "Pal did not fait "
Mr' and Mrs. R. O. Daniel and son.Russell "' 1 ,: you run enough and Pat replied
h>ft Saturday for Sarasota' Friday.be r ""Sore did run fait enough, but I did not start soon enough."

where will remain for several ways t
months. : and are That ie just the trouble with tome p.opl. in saving money_they doS

Fordwns! to not atari soon enough, consequently do not get anywhere and, like Pat, r

Sheriff and Mrs.' W. C. Spencer, of tory. when an opportunity comae alongor them to make a profitabl. Invest Y tmeat

Tampa, and son, Tom, of the Unlver- The ( to they have to let it go by. +

wity of( Florida, were week-end guests brush
of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley.J. Starke. Right now ie the lime to begin, even if the beginning ie mall. The

are <\ longer you put off, the harder it will be for you to accumulate eomelhing. 1'I'N
to Jacksonville on
J. Truby went enlarged ; \
Saturday to meet his! cousin Miss ter' LET US HELP YOU.Bradford.
Mabel Weller, who will spend the ;
(I I '
winter here. R. S. !

is being/ :: .
Mrs! L. M. deSha of Wildwood, and 'i : ; County Bank i r
who has been visiting\ her parents, painting. : '
Mr. and Mrs. William Struth, Sr., returned being ,

to her home Monday.:: rooms, : .. ""

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Buy your electric light bulbs
from Smith. 119tf.

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f rrr ,: ,l; f Bradford ole winter mill'll the do tnnk'll more squeeking freeze. An'than that anole A TONIC START A VINEYARD I ASPIRIN -

: With The sow and pigs" drove's Tasteless chill Tonic restores

Well, those neighbors( have seen all Energy and Vitality by Purifying and Now IH a Good Time to Prepare for

: It \: their predictions come to nothing. Enriching! the Dlo
: Farmers They have seen this! windmil land the Slr"nl/lhenlngIrvlgural/ nl! effect see howIt I Say "Bayer" and Insist':

entire system (five us all the untixfac brings color to the cheeks and howit

,jf : \ J' ion I thut one could hope for. They huprollthe\! appetite you vila: then During tho past few weeks we have I I

have occasionally dropped into our appreciate its true tonic value. quite a little cool weather with light
frost in all unprotected protions of
i ) ; > KX1RACIS( ;; I I.'UOIlEI'OHTS: OF home and seen some of the comforts Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic in simply the State. This
i USK !SHORT) I LATHRAIKlNAIL we are enabled to enjoy because! of Iron and Quinine suspended So cool weather Is ideal
= liORER ('OL'NTl' AGENTS; syrup. for conditioning grape plants for setting I
t \ SKOK our running water system. pheasant even children like It. The blooc
But it'n still "the old oaken bucket"for out during the months of November -
I needs It und IRON
QUININE lo Purify lo
J j ; ;: Idtke-Vn shall have an exhibit at December and January. I
? 1 Driving I u 1 large-headed nail into them, and they are still "bending Enrich It. Destroys Malarial germ! am

) I .f f f I their burrows is the Himplcttt method Madison Square Gardens,' New York their buck and straining their legs Grip germs by Its Strengthening Invlgor Grapes should, by all means, bu i ,j jI

of combatting( the pecan enemy 1 City, in February. Local growers are and arms" under the load of the I :aunt Effect .dl.f : planted as early as possible! in the I

t t t1 known u* the ('I1""ill! borer. A short i considering\ the season, method of cit- ter bucket. But the saddest part wa-I I season for the reason that they will

nail with a large flat head, such as is I Irus fruit pooling it is. their wives and children are have better root systems! developedby ( (I

1, r I i r : used for nailing down felt roofing has I victims of their stupidity I spring than If planted later. The rlI ;

} f, l Wen found very suitable for this purJI J'nsco-Growors are observing care- vines are now becoming dormant at avery i ''
I and tlncbrttr5GIVING fast rate. We may begin the Tho
JI )'Q8e. ful handling in picking, washing SKAI1OARI TRAIN SCHEDULE '
+ planting of nt time after
l .' Tho nail should be driven straight packing their fruit, with the result I grapes any ( \
I the 20th of November throughout the :
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Into the tree thrimh the external that little decay has been reported. I n le.s \nil wo tho n '
II (In effect Nov. 11, 1023)) I State of Florida. For those who name i -
1 t. opening of the borer's! burrow, flushing Southbound- have recognized the commercial possibilities p... kiiir'. '" nr> on tablet Soil I u .
the head with the bark. This .,,a4lw I ting/ the I genuine'' Itayi |pint|
o I'olkCount yfnir association! hasappropriated No. 1 reaches! Starke at 12:10: a. m. M I of grapes and are contemplating Heiilied, by physicians. ", nv. r I

,, 1/,, closing and tightly! Healing the opening I $r,00( to tend an exhibit No. 3, 10:59: a. m. acreages the coming season, : joan :mud 1 provcul safe t In '>"t II I
soon results in un accumulation to New York in February; nil fruit No. 21, Cedar Key, 5:00: p. m. it would be wise to begin a thorough I

f of sap in the burrow which drowns scent will be carefully selected and No. 15, Limited, 1:16: p. m. preparation of the soil. The land I Tool foils. liaehe !Ilea(I.inning"+lat'-' "

v t ivi) the borer p'tcked.\ Northbound should be broken at least twelve to I i Iluriu'lie lUn; "nn"/itNiuriiliii
}I Tho flowing of together with No. 2 reaches Starke 4:15 eighteen inches and thoroughly y'I
( sup : a. m. :'>;" !,:'" 1'ain "l'i t ;
i f : the appearance, of particles of chewed Semmiile] -Carload shipments' of No. 4, 4:26: p. m. polverized. By all means! plant your I '' tor;
i up wood that ure generally visible at cell 'y have begun. The bureau! of No. 20, Cedar Key, 8f: a. m. grapes on well drained land The I only.Accept"K.teli_"Rayer nnbriiKcn, Iielt.\ ,of .

,, 1( the mouth of thu burrows, make it ng> icultural economics in conjunctionwith No. 16, Limited, 5:57: p. m. lYRe1tMiLMetthelrsnnrin type of soil docs not make any noticeable I I ]profer' ilirec'lions. lliin.lv. : 1 l.i\. I
.i to )locate, the borers and their the state marketing bureau is difference '
( easy Wannce BranchNo. as varieties may be twelve tablet coht few r.nt-> l I''-i.,
g i I burrows When particles of chewedup opening an office here, and will Inspect 101 leaves Starke 7:45: a. m. Y T selected\ which will harmonize with ginl.s" also Bell .bottles. ofII I ,and, I .

;. wood appear at or near the base "' and certify any shipments of No. 104 arrives Starke 3:15: p. m. your conditions.We Aspirin is. the trade murk of 1I H\ ,\.

) i of the tree, it is a pretty certain sign lettuce, celery! or other vegetables T. J. GRIFFIN, wish to lay particular stress! I I Manufacture of Monoaceticacicluut.. i ,,l

ti, t.. that one or more borers are in the another step up the ladder of progress. Agent. CHRISTMASThe upon the importance of planting only i Sulicylioiurid.\

,j i; i. tree, according to the experience of First Presbyterian Church healthy, strong, vigorous one year I!
r Dr. K. W. Berger, entomologist of the
f ; I plants scientifically It will
'k \ State Plant Board of Florida. '- Sunday School of Seattle make ) harrow or tool of the Acme
I I Walton-Our farmers are busy! at be recognized that your future suc- type
d p 1\\ Using nails! an indicated, so completely syrup making; they are making a EtiQ.uetteir Christina for others. SO da each cess in the grape business absolutely I When shoots first begin to appear,

I v stops the leakage of sap that fine grade and it is bringing them of her twenty-are branch schools depends: which will be in early spring, take a
t the wet areas! about the burrows soon
1 + Iyrl dry, thus leaving practically no evi- good prices. In other words the pupils and their FIRST. Upon selecting varieties one horse turning plow, harrow

l) I '' dente of injury to the tree. Mnrion-Our -poultry association !tRader classes! are required to search out all which are known to be true to name. I off lightly about two to three inches

t I s { tv, t; This borer is the caterpillar of a has begun to function. The first lot :who may not bar a good Christmas SECOND. Planting' only varieties deep and about twelve from the plant.

qlt moth and is also known as the hick- of feed was bought this week; mem- M and which are peculiarly adapted to the After doing this, apply to each plant
ory cossid or oak cossid. It Is one of bers who bought it saved $1.10 a 100 dtnn..l ftrtoiial rtphts ox. provide one: for them. different types of soils; it is /generally !' from half to
one one pound of
I j the larger insects that frequently injure pounds; this first order for feed to- may pmntg. wntt oBeq Mut A.e Ltdat or Atari cart of affatf rninmtpaftr. / Weeks In advance the pupils and known that Florida has the Jtreat-I :slow \
trees. ,,1addrr' c, est variations in of acting! fertilizer such as! castor pom
ntclonig /J types
''e 1 pecan taled to about $1800. Members are a the workers are put to work visitingand '
t and llamftd tnvtloft.In of ace or bone meal. This will \
determined bunch. consequently, there are a number produce\
the I
conditions of varieties of the very finest quality good, strong and healthy shoots.'
t ri ; HOW'S THIS answer to K. M.'s question .i- homes where Santa Claus I'
may not commercially known which are being
of :Madison From then
i I\IneliKon-A carload It considered, proper forI young on give thorough i lean

i4 tf 't'; do HAL.L/S what we CATARRir clan. for lt-MKDICINE>ilil your system will county club pigs/ was! exhibited at the lady to go on a camping/ trip uilh go unless we make bin. profitably produced.The cultivation, keeping dust mulch

d of Catarrh 01 UUUIIIUMB. caused by fair in Jacksonville. ber young man friend and his parents The baskets are then prepared plants on coming/ from the throughout the dry season.
Catarrh. ," let me say It Is quite proper' nursery should be cut back to two
In later article ,
;,1,1', ,f r r HAL.L.-a CATAIlrt.ll MKDIC1NB coney but 111 advised. I have hoard! of so with everything/ necessary for a per. The root should be a we will li""I.g| .
the farmers system
i tf I films, of nn Umtineiii whleh Quickly Liberty-We delivered to eyes. other matters of Interest to the. > nuyardist .
llolluvps Ihn cnrarihui "inOunmiatlon. and this week TiOO pounds of carbon many casen of friendships being I> ; feet Christmas and a bounteous cut back to about the average of sixinl'hl'R but in .
Jf broken such trips that-but the mean tau if .in "
by just
the ,
Internal MtMllrlne a Tonic, which
in order to balance the growth
f I nets. through the Hluo.l on the JMucouaHurfatiea. disulphiile and 100 pounds sulphur, I was not asked. for my advice, and Christmas dinner. These baskets further information i N ii.- iu, d! .nl

tI igII'I i* I. innl conilltloiiH.HoM thus. aHHlHllriK tu restore nor- bought co-operatively, the former to as for Its propriety, It Is quite all are prepared at the church and the of the plant, this should be done properly dress,
the before the
i I ,.( bv IruimlBtB I fin over <0 years be used in treating corn against the rtlht. Wo best of luck, my friend tr at nursery plant'is I II. O. GARDNTKVitiuiliuii: ; I<
t'' I ..... J. Cheney A Cu.,, Tolndoi O weevil. name of the family put on eiicb/ packed for shipment. Upon the + l ,
I \, f arrival of the should be I j
t \; DBAS A. LanA : basket. Then machines lire provided, plants they P. O. Box 632, Bartow Kl.irmn.,

f I I SOAK() luisii(! I'or.vro( HElm IN Hillsborough-Truck is moving outright Is it necessary to send both Invitations and with each machine some members unpacked at once, heeled out in good( '
moist soil but not wet. In setting in'
along. Some strawberries arc and announcements for n
POISON: TO CONTROL; = DISKASK) ripening wedding. .of the class, the school out the vineyard they should, be set as

r ( Thank you. Session go to that home on Christmas near the depth they stood in the nursery Avoid & Rclieve
MARION: I H! I J. \.i.> which bc deter- !
as possible, can
By treating ri h potato sued with I Hamilton-About CO acres of truck Eve with .
!, n lt00(> soliilinti of corrosive sublimate crops' were planted thi swcek by theI No. Semi, the Invitations lo the a blessing nnd the mined by the ring. showing on the CIlllSINEFllUEf1lltJ!
I friends, wish to Invite nut\ th'nIIrt..r basket.
n i such diseases H.S scab, and I White Springs growers for the dehydrating plant.
the send "
announcements -
\ \
a black scurf can be, controlled. plant at Lake City. to those who did< not receiveInvltutlous. The givers of course receive the Plants! put out early in the season !

t /vet A 1 to 1000()() solution of corrosive greatest 1 blessing during the months of November, December -
v r fei 1' sublimate can \bo" made by dissolving Santa Rosa-A community fair was .. Those homos antI January if properly set lIei1k 1 :1J1. ''t) '7'wtjjg!

4 ounces of the .-ryutuls! of this m.'iterinl : : helil lit Allentown. fin Friday and it I CAR A. LlOA : discovered and thus by having soil pressed firmly around

;r ta +, in 30 gallons of water. This : was! u success in every way. I At luncheon which side .i.t < .<, rMfecl are \lslted( again after the roots, leaving some loose soil a BY TAKING

should be outdo in a wooden container plate should, the knife and furls l 110> Christmas, mid throughout:;: the round the top, will grow off better
-t. Mich U4 u barrel.] I fll'ndingIIn put? 2. I>o spoons /go on the\ .side year without water unless ground is unusually -
i Okaloosa' -We are ex- and assisted TERSr1
For best results the tubers should hibit to the interstate fair in PcnsiiI with the fork? 3. And If there Isa f to their fuel In order dry, than plants put out later (1 liM'S
be treated i i nine! gliiHR, where should.! that they too After the '
arc cut orvnrontcd cola November to December> Gth. huller may non Clirl.stmnsi water. grape plants
t' srvetrnllduys : ,
< and! liefure the I I'liieeil' ? 4. How should the i ,- givers: and- not recelrers. been set, keep up through cultivation -

,ii_ tune of planting. The unsprouted need I I I and fork bo laid on the plate whentliiMi In tills by the use of a spring tooth /( l I. a Reliable/ Geneva! In lam? rs 1
1 should be Seed corn should be stored in a dry I ... mttlnnr?. way the matte' the .rrt..ft. ..tir.... Ci ll.?.._min_.
Honked two hours and! driedimmediately .
place with good circulation of air- At luncheon; ; ; a* any other meal the an
,b r t after treatment. )If oppoitiinltj' end
l t blessing
drying I
throughout -
knife Is | chile of
... neither too hot nor ton cold |pIW'I| im the right
I'9' { conditions! zero not good they can the plate nail the fork on the "'ft. the jear. So can you and your RICHARD LLOYD JONES
i bo rinsed with fresh' water us noon as I! 15. Any spoons used, are laid beside. school. }
I.nhor"avingd.vc\ ('!' were not invented -
t they are taken out of the solution. the IuIIV on the outside. 3. A wino .---J t SAYS "T&S
much to enable the housewife -
)t.. Avoid piling the )potatoes up or iii o /ghee stands, dlrertl)' lioslclo> the
eX-I, to do more work, as to let her water In left side. 4. Tho
posing them to the hot sun. glass' mi
+ I If the tubers are sprouted they i I II have more leisure. Knife. and fork, should, I.e. laid sldo Be A Leader

I should, be soaked' only from 30 to ,!"> by side across,the pinto. I UN I very ."
I minutes then 1'll1Iov'I. I "The old oaken bucket" may sound pour' form to let Uietu 'lay separated.' To Stop a Cough Quicktake" .--
rinsed and
dried quickly, according (}. F. Weber well and fit well in verse, but it isn'ta on the plate. HAYES' HEALING !HONEY. a U"lint a nun, il<"",,, In .hall!;> or, II.IIMI himself I js or; little. ..... J',
\ I i 1.11' world, hul wluct' lie clues to. help' or. linrm the mail) Is nl' in, 'I'' ,
medicine which the
associate plant pathologist of thet' j bit easy on the back and shoulders.Nor cough( stops( cough by
t LPFUlH EAt TH HI NTsl] the Inllumed and irritated tissues.A 'L in
: is it exactly advisable to partake 1:1;
Florida : '
station. .
experiment box Kchviird: i\erett: Hale !I"hl> u>- that many a "I,"it hond" h,.
The; solution decreases im strength too much of its "nectar that Jupiter cALYEfur Head i reputation lor 1'ein.c; sale" nliupl.v. I enitiMlie. ciicln'l, I h'," .
Chest Colds ami
I with use und consequently will require sups" Acid Burnt. \If one ices'" been Croup is' enclosed with bottle of i niiiigh to. |,'ln.niolhliiK ,else Initsale.' .'. To llli"*lnitf. lie t tu I"I ..-
the nddition of more of they .. burned frtim, tin 'acid lln_li the pinto HAYES'! HEALING HONEY every The salve / emu he !Knew nlu ne.iuiiecl. n !IIKMI! reputation" 1'11I''h.tll" 11111"; .' II?, '

Ir, chemical. This may be corrected by'I ONE: IX: TEN: Ilhi'rally with water! iiiul then wash should be rubbed on the chest and throat ilioiinlillen.s lecaiise' lie \\.i, nh\M) s telling how cIII'wfullll' wuv> I I'' + '
wllli a strong sot( iii hut of baking set, his own lind.v' ( from iileohohe) .. and oilier harm. AnunuI II.
half of children from Cold;
the suffering
adding of corrosive Croup
a < or ,
s an ounce Neglecting: n littlo wound, cut or abras soda.BabiesMeter] ,
eople' be ,estnl.llshect for wlsiloin. \ the II.,' ,
reputation lu h
I a :
'IIII"" .
fr sublimate for every five bushels! of ion of the flesh may in nine ciuvs' out often e Tho heeling\ effort of llnyee' Hen linn Honey Inlili .
ii.iniliors'' where: lie held neat lie confined his uilrrmiirlu' t.
1 <<' the throat rombln with the hoeing elT".t of a puMlc "
: seed treated, keeping' the water level cause no /Brent suffering or ineonvenienco let n child. use n l.n>v..4 OPcD-Trate Salve thruuiih the mIlse. I. \
pores '|roches> ini'<<, 'There has been HO much said and so well slid thai < >
constant the seed soaked but it id the ono cave in ten that It strains. the muscles. of skin h.
provided are iniclller.' wan stops a couj< ild nothing"; ; the oilier "I 'quite\ agree with the gentlenmn' on the ut'>t ,er '
causes/ blooil poisoning, lockjaw or a Doth.m""j..s are park *11 la oim carton and the
for two hours. If soaked only 30 the throat IK llat>li> to entice adenoids Mtle of the house."

V' J minutes use only an eighth of an safest chronic and(feHll'rillinrl.\ bent courxo/ is. to The disinfect cheapest( the, and) spoils the shape of the sort. Just i*the ask cumlilnrtl your treatment druggist i 1S J3c.for f HAYES Very brand hi oral and, convincing, tills chap !

el nonce of corrosive sublimate. wound with liquid' Horozono and apply mouth.Sloping. HKALING: liON IY.:: Put i u > :ntlM> 'o dnss cm thc scale (that weighs virtue cud yon "PI!
li ,, The solution can be' used as long as the liorozono Powder. to complete tho ,". <>nd the index IlitKer ...1II"\ I illal hits not lel't.ero.. The virtue il'i' I ,:
it remains clear, usually for seven' or heating/ pnwnss. Prieo, (liquid) 30i 60o i .-Po not sleep on n high '.veUliM!;. IIIIH I'cireiIIHSXIUII' llri>. ,resolution. determination. no.< > .
pillow.t will cause one to be roundshouldered. < !
eight trl'ntnwnt..tting. the potatoes and $1.20. Powder 30e and COc. Sold. by Virtue i< iiiiiistiri'il, l I.>> flues eaCrrul'vr to SII11..1. alone lilin-. l f'
for from 12 to 21 hours before I i ill others, not .to. Keep himself alone In the channel of -the stream" : >I'''.' t; I
All Drug! Stores I i.i i i.ring the ,driftwood,, of the eiUi-s Into the current as well. f
treatment, will make the disinfect I I ----- --- Gives The maUfi's of win other. v r. '1
} I Sixty Million proare: are they try to help( prosre- 1
more I'tfl'l.ti'e.Tho I II WII"iOI'= A RUNNING= : WATER: To A mediocre III trill cnu say, "!.re too." A weak mind ,'anU) (
4 l1i I corrosive sublimate solution is SI STEM I FOR() THE: FARM IIOMKI i\,, Worm* In u nomill.v Vii;; ,;, Boys'SchoolM. 'Inn't: .." It takes a (great man to hold n great 1 Idea and to Hit it iiiThirfikHgh > 11.

colorless. ,odorless and tasteless! but I 11'' h M'" m Iniulili-il" with Worm >mvjn- hut nil 11I11)I,'" It. ..
is! deadly poisonous and may l be easily i r ihv*<>Jnr. which tntliiatin pour hliHiil nodi, I Prnini'HN. Is not infected.I by, the deiellct but by the! driver in "I.' mistaken for water; extra precautions I (By Spuds! Johnson) rut.. tiiiu. in innro or I I'M stimuli, h diautunn' A x rail Is found the pti"' ,ioii mil 1 for one man's. preset-Nation but I I.n rO'' ,
should. therefore be taken on | There may bo romance in "the old ,.i.,'vlS1SIEI.ESSCHILL'IONH: ; : : IY"II i> .:jti.I ,,"'H. not for inlMintiiiie.: I lint. for Justice ; who Is not. mn'eriM'l' ,''O'' ,
!, .. wcfks t \h th" l h;: ,
: f'lrtwoortlirr wtl1{
1 I. this account. Potatoes (hat have been oaken bucket" but romance "seldom, impmv'tluMllitrHtlnn.aailiii'tnAaiteni'rnlS' ear r.. .'', hat the vt old. rainy thin); ol'. him! '1'iit about> what be tliiiiKs{ of. II 1

j tr'lIt.,1lholll.l not be used for food helps the' tired, back or aching legs. enmSTunlrmthewhole. Byslfiti Nature wi, -...1 win. U: eager to do; for others' rnltotthou have others. do for hiCopyrlicht. ..

,, for either man beast. None oC this "old! country stulT" for throw ofTrr, cliapel 1 the wormsmlilhcCh..J: .. .'i' x 1933. bv Richard Lloyd Jones
or me when it comes to providing water In unfit health. Pleuaat -,, _lii...Sue tier" :&oc'.',

; within the home-. .. .
My folks. and I have an uptodatehot .

and Bold water system installedin !
our house, and it is going' to stay

there. Truth of the matter is, it has I 'i O %

f !been there for ten years or more : O Jof

N : FIRE :Making slight improvements and repairs : L.

p I on it the other clay "inspired",

mo to write this article. L"i'

It is impossible for me to understand AYES 4
I ; 'In' Day U here at hand with &
why farmers and, other folks /* /or I I
.loys that all understand I take ?
i Is it Your House? living in the country do not, in the ADI ) i Miat our n.Iks may will share the; friendly'eelln' It.
IJ'you'J dual SSjitiJitS'
of have placed
great majority cases, running 7L
everywhere that each and
: every {
S. "Chocolate
I' : water in their homes. We have be RESULTS Hershey King. i heart nn' mil',d holds l'l'lIre--tloOtI.wlll! for $ V

I ; Our business is to protect found it dead! cheap, much cheaper f/ouot 4eeatinj sets giving a new$60.000,000 philanthropic to the record Hersheychool by I all mankind. I can't help thlnkln 4' qI

.. large and small i than we thought/ at first. Our system TJia i HfuXmaJi* y -
'l" you I .
I when installed, cost about $ OO. Repairs c estate reverts to the ichpol I >ny. "

j Best Reliable Companies | and improvements have run the e through trustees after his death J Ill cay-no fur us I'm concerned from > :+.
total cost up to about $i7v.: It has I what I heL and what I've learned ( "

4' Quick Adjustments I I been worth ten times what it has cost the soul I that's grateful in Its way. should< ) .

I In the ten we have been enjoying render! thanks mONt every day. Our len-l ,
DON'T LOSE I| its benefits I I In's come "so thick and fast-each new Y ;k!.
MOTHERS one richer than the last- It !seems 1 ,
You never heard the like of guffawing '
SEE US we aln t got time to pray for. Life's one ,
.r and fun-poking when we put I Watch for symptoms of) worms in your long Thaaktglvln I>ay': +

in our pipes and put up the windmill. children. These parasite) < aro the great: The Sperlt born at Plymouth Rock
Ben Strickland Old Slim Timmons destroyers of child< life.l If you have .
Peek & Ferryman Shrink not from fear or tempest shock ;
; 1 reason to think child has
your worms, act
Ed Williams Bill Hanking and Si We
I quickly. Give tho little one a dose or consecrate our !good right hand to
Telephone b3Starke Smith had a tobacco juice spitting twc White's. Cream Vcnutfugo.!: Worms shod and Home and Native, Land! From r e
session about it down at Bob Wil cannot exist whero this tune-tried and heart within, to God o'erhead. we're

I ''I t liams' store. successful remedy is used. It drives out I thankful for oar dally bread Behold

: Si seemed proud to ride by and say .. the worms and restores the rosy hue of the stuffed an' basted turk. Boll up
yet! aleev-.n' to work I
health tobaby checks. Price:35c. Sold by go
in the
"Spuds, summer you ge
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-__- enough wind to run the mill, and in -- I Ii Ail Drug J.w..

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: NOTICE OF AnMINISTHATRIX FOR FINAL T II rinholster do ... ? _____________ Bonn I I I 19.. 7 In.u..o\l. :\ NEGRO/ KIII.KI; IN: hails| IWd' to It .
Bulbs for OldPlace DISCHARGE!! W Cr nhnrnda .. .. ________________ on.no I nnlnnpo Opt I 1. 11)21 .6.51
ew Notice In hereby, given to nil whom It may .V' Oadon itn ._ _____._.___u______ flu,On I II Rf>cliln during. : month.I :::::-.:::::::: 1 AUTO ACCIDKNT:: Sl'"ll' : 11.Gllinl'.villl' .\ \ "Didou give T this man the third 1

I concern A. D. 1923.that I on shall tho applY 19th Any to the of Honorable pember.* it linteon Surrenev Ao do- .--- :: :::::::::::::::.- ol mil: :00 I Warmntii Nov limiuil 1 I. 1921 n' ___. ___._______________.._._ 1\10.01 2rt,ftOllillnnco denreef"/ asked the polite olllter.

R. A. of II PilnanlH do -- -- ___h___________ flu.00 District No. t ? i "\"<'M.'t' droulieat, and 'badgeredhim .
your order with Simmons & I probate Green. for Judea final rilnchamc Bald! court an administra iuitee of '' KHIey 1\" .. .. ___________.______ 45.00 I nnlnncn CVt 1 IIIJI 74.61Kornipta Nov :'J(II.( Joint Foster' could.
my nm with
--- ------ queslioii' we
I? Mutton! d""j __ -____________ 6l00( : ::::: every
for bulbs suitable trix of tho entato of Henry dect'anod u during month _...
trinpffellow light Garner : 1 II .., ? of Itiiinpton was Instantly' "
do __ .. ....___ m-irro, ,
121 no think of.
and that at the same time I will present ? ?? Warrant lHftiii>tl ___.______.. _...... 21 HOHnlnnro
for current of new plant. 17 per cent final arconnta lu adminiBtratrix! of said my ntatff M Hasen do __ __ ____..._______._. 67.00Clawklr Nnv 1. 1023 _____.___-_______..B1.81DUlrtrt killed and Hcvrn other ncumcs in a "
and for L (I ilo _. .__.-__....._..__.._ Brt.74 No. IItnlnncit | "What did. he do ?
auk their
flowed on old bulbs in exchange. approval i I I M do .. _.. ________.._____ B2,74I 1 Incite touring car driven liy I Duvia> ,
Dated October 19 A. D. 1028.IRENE Sept 1. 1023 ........ .
R ?- j Ile dazed utT and merely. murmured
GARNER. I I I Poppel Ida ? .__._______._____ flu on lti>n>iptn ihiillu': mnnlh,. : npfrni preacher of 111101'' ill lI. wore nit-
> : 1 Galney tin. -- -- ------.-.-..------ A7 74 now and. then ; Yen, my dear youare
10-lf -lt-12-14 Adminiatratrlx. Wnrmnln IWUHM! _.__......... hurt when when. he ear ,ditili
M Oudi. riouxly
do .
NOTICE n ................... BO.00 Ilnlanc 1949.___ _. I '
Oct 1 I. __ ______
In Circuit Court Eighth Judicial Circuit -I H Smith dn _. __ ....__._..__________ 4t.74 DUIrlrt ? I c'd ami overturned' lntwwniililo. perfectly right I'!

Bradford County Florida In Chancery. ORDER FOR PUBLICATIONIn R Morgan Rosier di do> .. ... ??.?.______.____ noon nntnncn Ort I. 1(121( __No..___10_____..._. 140.77TltrplptM I und,l l Hampton Sumltiy afteriimni ill -----.-- S
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H Riteh. I I In -- --- ---------- Kfl 74 y
Circuit Court Slat .
of _
Florida Eighth R Reddish, do dodo month ............ I
Complainant. Judicial -- ---- -?.------ 4H.74 2::110 o'clock.Davit .
Circuit. Bradford County in Chan I Wnrrnnt Initial ..... IB 00Ilnlnnn
W 0 rural d .. _
? ?? 11.10 1-923-::: : : : i
wah :::
Florida Land and Immigration jc'i1'Knl"ht.; widow !I H 1'erkins do __ .. ...?_____-?.__ BO.00 Nov. L : : .._.. 13477 wits driving the ear "us rust Publisher Builds New I
a K Anderson do .. __________._____ M12 DUIrlrt No. IIHnlnnro I
Company a Corporation Complainant D Moon do ._ _-_ _____.___.. ..__ B2.7'1 I Oi-l.. I I. mil\ .n________. 18010 as human hand ('lull Iii. make itCo./ a Florida Road CI
the Unknown Helra Claimant ? ??
or vs I Rfci\fp1.. during. month .... I I IWarrnntu Jennie
Lotilo member of the at the I
I I Hello Moore do _. ((1000 ----- ---- party !
of E. Strong Charlea M. Felix' and ---- -- ---
Tony Edna Felix i o'c\, l ......... 1.11(1( I Illaluncc
I Jewel I Kftltprta do _. .. __._____.____ ------
Marvin and Unknown Pcraona B7 00 I Howe colored hospital. Went Court I I I Ii
Defendants bin wife Def.ndanta. I I Free Wynn do ... __ _______...______ flO 00 I I Nov I. 19211 _..___.._-_____ I2H.B5Plmrtet I. on I '."ian5 _
It appearing by affidavit appended to the j[I A J Thornna do .. nn___________._ 100.00 No. II I street, where all but the speaker were i ,,'" "k. ''' t ;J'' r
bill to Remov Cloud. Quiet Title and Other hill filed In the above stated cocoa that Tory Mat Thomas do ......__...____ ReUefTo Felix and Edna Felix, hla wife, the defendants I. 'nRIl do .. ..- --._.-?__.._________ to 00 I l Ftrrplpt. ditrlflir mcnth ............. I I IWarrnntH (, abed, .declined. Sunday evening./ (' \''' ,!'i l
all to Whom It May Concern Greeting therein nnraed. are non-reald" of the R Smith It appearing by the .worn bill of com Mate of Florida. .red are each revldonta of A O Jenkins do _. .. ..___.....___... BO 00 Ilulnnou Nov' I IL. 1028\ _____u_________ 234.R ,
plaint In the above caune that there knownonune Cumberland In tha slats of Maryland of the M \. Paul. ,do _. __ ___________._-__. 17 BO .,1.lnd No. Minnie. Cooper. when the atculi-nt
w> believed to t be Interested In the propferty United Statea of America and are each oV.1'I J J McLt n
therein dmcribt'd, whose places of reiilithnee the Hire of twi>ntyone yearn : It !. therefore R Alderman. transportation _____ 4R.00 during. month ::::_. ::::. I I + ..' ;: ;
I IB :anknown..nd complainant: allege I ordered that Hald< non-er.ldent defendant be It Alderman! transportation __n______ 450 WrrrunU |MUPI| ________n_.._____... 0900Halnnce (i high rate of BP.M1 1 t after. it run ? : i"
It herein that they do not know and after diligent and an hereby required to appear to the bill I. R Cainey: In _____.......______? tin 00 Nov I 1923._ ___ _u____._ 41.04 into n deep ditch it somewhow re. pt" 1 .t,
Inquiry has not been able to ascertain of complaint filed In aid cause on or before I. It Kdwardn! ilo __ __ _____________ flfl ill) District N. 14TliilnncB I fI j; '
[,t any of the known defendanta are in exU- I I Mnmlav."tht'1r clay of Docernber: A. D. 1921. '' 'I' l''i"'lt dn' __ -_______ ________ "0 00 Oct 1 I. IWJ1 -u_________ 187.13Wimlplfi limned,. the road. and tiireened, wildly ,
tonce, or llvlnw. or not. and that there are alleuatlona of .nalil hill will betaken W.p! Hnrrell do __ __ ......________ BO.Oft I htr,nr, month __. ___________ ''forward, dropping its human iiruo'lit \
other persona believed to be Interested In said flit eonftviipd. by paid defendant fl W Alderman, recording __ ______ 12n WarrnnUi Intiunl _____.__........... 1 00linlnne .... t\o'\
|property other than the known defendants I It In further ordered that thla. order be published nV! Alilprman! freight and dray __. 126 New 1 I. i9 21 -__ .___________ 111(111( : about 15 foot intcrviilH. Two Wiil- -- ...,-
|and the name and residence of such persons for four consecutive weeks In tho Bradford Drew Co? blackboard .. _______.____ non Plulrlrl I No. II do phyxiriitilt rendered. lirst 111.1 l und
lam unknown to complainant and In aald bill County Tclfirraph." a newspaper published rlradfon Co. Telegraph printing' .___ 84.00Ml I Illtlancn Oct 1. HUH _. _..__________ 10077 '.
I relief IB prayed BKanutt such known and un In said county anil, state Nail flank Gainesville, ] Interest. ____ 141.00 I tti oi'lpln dtirlnir month 4.-........... i the other Injured neMrroes werebroiiftht
known "...on.. This October 81, 1923. If H Wiggins salary supt __ _____u_ inn 00 Warrant. Imunil --. ------.----------- 8110Knlnneii here to I.lit' hospital) whereDr. .
Therefore It ta ordered that all persona O. W. ALDERM4N.Seal ''II II Wiggins Inol.l ________. |2 15 Nov. I. 11121\ ____________ 1111 21 and. Dr.. M II. I DCPHIS /
1 named or all persona claiming. any In to rout ( ) Clerk Circuit' Court I. W Kli-Hitrr board l .lorvlce -.____.. 420A l>l.lr.t St.. Iti I I J. C. Ilmhop,
1 under ir through them or either of them nrnlh".I. By C. A, KVIfiHT. A Unxen .do _. __ _.___...___.____ R 00 'i :llalnnpn flct 1 1(121( \ ._ ... 12111IftirnlptM operated un and tended, them I sf1J; 'n'Ocun..J'I I ,
.. and! alt unknown persona. claiming Deputy Clerk. f. .1 Wynn do ., __ ________________ R 40 : ; during month _:..:::::::__. :noWiiriiint I I .-"
1 anj ntt rent in the property hereinafter dear D. F: KNIGHT. I. \V Kirldltir special meeting n_____ 40 iHHiiiut. _. _.__u__?_..... ton lieftldes Davis) and thn neuro who I W J. Commit,. !UulT.iln |puhlLhcr wiL
Ibtd or i any part thereof, under any of Solicitor for Complainant. 1I.2-St-I1.S0 \ A Hnr. nIl" .. __ ___............. 800I llalanr. Nov. 1. 1926._______________ 121.61INelrlrl was killed.. the occupants of Iho cur who lomcnril anti! i j. now oinulct--
jim:d fendunU or either of them, or .1 W\nn ilo ____________________ 1140 :, N.I. 17 I A
0"' ar nnd nil pornona known or unknown -- --" II II \\' '. InK vied nit 2nd month .- nil.00 nninnreOct. I. .. -___________ 8807ItirilptM were Riley Hell Hamilton nenrro. Ins.. I lug It great cioss-sUIr ''lh'IIV.whirh ,
.' m" an interest. in the hereinafter de- II n Wlvlrlna nn bond Issuu. ________ BO now 'I fhirlntr, month .-_..__...... wife and. four. ihlldreii. All were ie I connrrl ISn+t and, VVe J JMorlda
..I! i toperty or nny part thereof lying. NOTICE OP APr11CATION FOR TAX DEED O r>,ii\nl Ifarhinir .. ____________ 12K 00I WnininlH l Issued _____._____n____ Kfll I mil thousands 0' ;
t in Bradford county date of Flor- UNDFR PFCTIOV 675 I>F THE > (' .lonrn lucid. ", -. ________........ 1,BO ItnlanreNov., I 1028' .. ----- .1HIMxIrlrt potted In u viTiotix. londition ut thfhimpilal opens "P ..
c ,iht>tl ns follows I.KNKUAL STATUTES \.rldno do .. __________ 00 ______ BO 00P l N;: 1HHalHliro i I late Sunday. night I new farming aut" .
,r block om South, range one wont n.Ie..n do __ _____________.____ BO.00 Opt I I. I'lj'l __.. ..__________ 13002IticiipM I I
.' nnlf of block one aouth, range two Notice Is hereby given that A. M ninnchnnlpurclmftir I) Moore An, __ ______u_.________ BO 00 diirltitr mnnth, n__..__..... F
of tax certificate No. 217 dnteil I tit. Hi Ilo Mi.oro BO.00liil WamintM. iHHtlcd! .._-_____________ 9440Itn .
I'r' the 4th day of July A. D. 1021. has flied ItolurlM, d:3.: : : BDOOH Ian..i. Nov 'I I 10211--------------- 1IIBS2 : Ton Load
\ Ih!
t" half of block two south, ran two Team In U. S. PuIN.
call eerlilirato in olTice, nnd has mailff ---- ; : ; Strongest
my apliliration I nylon ill., _-_.--.____ 6.00 : Itonfl unit Nil 3linlnne.
...t inorter of block two louth. rungs. fur Ins( deal. to 'IPMH> In accordance M n N,>mnns Inclil .. .. .......... 1 BO .. Oct .I. 11123 _n_____________ 781 .--., --. -- -.- -- -
,' with !law Snitl cirtldcnte embraces the following .1 I I. !linmoni) repair' 8 .. ____..__u 84 tfiCmtriil I In"r. h.9| ilurilH l ..u.' rush, _. ..n
t hock: one north range one weat diacrihi l properly situated In llrail-. clentlflc to supplies, __ .... BO.00 I Wnritiiitn Imiui1) --...__.......
, 1 i h, if .,f block one north range two font County. Florida to-wlt : From Rub' Funds HnlnniK Nov 1. 19211 .---00 ___..n 761
Nnrthinwt Quarter of Northi-oft' Qimrterof llmnv' Moore janitor 6 _..._ IS.00f i I Inlrrrftt and Sinking Nn 1Ilalnnci rrk/
half ,.f block two north range onemlarter Northeast quarter. See 30. Tp C S. It. 22 I iilniv tinehintf 8 -. ...-.___n_..___-_ 2000 Oct I I. llli.l: .. ._...- ...0701 .17Itiri'lplH
1C: 10 acres. 'I R Norman ntlino 15 ,. ...... n 21n .. flurlnu month, _____..--_.__. 07.*''HWarrant"
Tho said load l being. asm-used nt the elate! W Wn.ii-1 fOrrtlon) I .. .:::::. B:00n txeamthulnun l .. __
of block north
two range -----
i of the lisunnre cf such certificate In the name "n..n. linchlnit I -. ._.___n______ 1000 Nov I. 1021: -----------------0660 Nit I
of W. C. Lndd.Unliwa H Mctjn. do __ ..____._______ .. 1HOOII I Inh.t and 8lnkln No. tlnnlanci I
of land about PR feet wide -
i strip snlil cprtiflcnto ahstl be red 'emcd firer. i. .In ......_____._____ 1000l Opt I, 11128 _____________. .-882n 1"
nod oxtomUnur -
rd south acroxsml
I ncenr.ling to law. tax deed will Issue thereonon > t'n, ___ H.vequa i during. month ____ 81.JOWnrrnnta
of the north half of block two ii n'port carda 2 .. _. _-_.__ 1105VII | nn.
tho gel day nf ()- .mbrr. A. D. 1B21 \ (Rowe. w",1 l I .. _...__________ 700H'lidfnnl jinni l .- I
.. and extending went -
wn t thla :
1 unjcine I Witness my nlTirlal signature end seal Cn Tel' irrnnh report cards 3 2H no : Hallinpii, Nov, 1. 10S1 ::- .:- .- :: ::::8H89IIB
end of tho northi-awt -
eoulh quurvol .
A. n. 11121.I ,
tho II.U. day of O..her.
Novcralipr' I I. 1923.8TA1T .
iW K _
r I Thnrninn' Janitor 8 1500
\ north. two wmt eon. n
two rantre V, ALDERMAN.
'u> rort,,-' ''cht acrea. more or .l4).. beTemplts I Sial (I dirk"% Circuit Court. S 11 llnlil.iiril. '' I aslHtito > .. .__....... 1000 : O!' Fl.OI11IJA. ,
subdivision of lame at TernU ( ) I> C .lonis I pine end broom 4 ___... 2 Sl( (.>UNi-y. or iiKAnioiciiI ) .
( Fla.
t ind rernrd-l In book C. 421, I Bradford County It Smith! lenrlilnv. B -- ._____________ SHOO I I hi-rrhy certify that tin, foreitoln. ulato-
pairs KNIGHT.tl.lt11,10. .
, rdn of Prailford:i county Florida: By C. A. Clerk.MINUTES ,\ MonnJnnllor 6 __ __--_........... lierl mrnt nf tin n'Crlnln and iltNhlinii'mi-nU ofthi J JI /
the third day of December A. P. Deputy P Wnrd teaching 10 .. -.___....... 1500 Hrhru 1 ron" of send"'ford l TotintT for !hi. I ' 1 bring rule dny of thin court I T. 1'lnhiilnler, ilo U __ 00____________ no.no.I .month of Octnlipr. 111210! : trite and cornet
i bill ramp will bo taken a as confronted airainwti Duden, il I.. II .- _n__.____________ All 00 b. the brat if my kmwim'/oe| soil tipllrCI
d that thin order ba published In the OP" SCHOOL ItOAKIl ''V /Siirrenry' ilo 14 ....____u_______. 2000 I II II WIGGINS
W Crnluim do _______. I I
1' ,d County Telegraph a weekly news- 15 u.n In 00 I Counts Buuvrlntcndrnt.NKW J'I.
T e f "rr. al elrctilntlon! publiHhod attit {'nn.hr To paint 15 .. .___n__. 1500') f-uroc.v Lj'lt ry ,n; ?1 Aruggiug
t Bradford! Florida for eightA"ltao i Ton I.hr Co windows 4 _n___._____ 12 25
weorts. co tinty Board met in regular Heision Nov. I .1 Morton window panes liT ._ .... fl 00 I : !ltl\KU '
the Honorable A. V. ixmg. judge of Eth with nil members present L. W.Kickliter .I Morgan. crayon 16 -. .. ...._______. ],00 nu the' Iowa -late! C'ftll* m1yn\ IMIIjiniiior tar, limit to .
,r'', t' aid circuit court and also the official altrH J Morgan iln.. 17 --__________--_--___ I 00 I test the pullitiK p'at'> !r nf .mini,tin. Huh ,mil fete, a New York lentil of
>f the clerk an well as the official of I A. A. Hazen and I.. J. 1 .I Morimn do fl ___...__n............ fl 00I j i New Hivcr Nov 3D.- Miss. Thelmn draught horu-i ilnvon by Joint Culfey, n'KISH r< ,! .ilxAj( ( poiitulj. a .
1i. t, .in. thus the 2nd day of October A. D. Wynn. I C f'ooper repairs :3 _. .. ....__...... 200 ,
I 1"1" 1 : II W Walnwrlvht cleaning' house 15 BOO I I I'nrks of Lake huller, spent the! weekend L.
I/ (1. W. ALDERMAN :Minutes of last meeting read nod I. Kalner teaching" 8 __ _.___________ 20 00I
Circuit Court. Bradford County Fl. Mollnml do 4 __ __________________ 1500Cone ( with home-folk. .
f7 By C. A. KNIGHT. I approved as read. A Wells atop* pipe 8 __...... 870fl I J.V.. LimNey: motored to StarkcSaturday.
) I....i Deputy Clerk. Widows W Brown woi.l 8 _un__.____ 24.00 -- --
I' CREWS a pensions were approved as r> C Jones. wrench.8 ....._______ 4 S5T '
%"licltor' for Complainant. follows! : > C Jnnen pine l.6 __ ______________ 225 I'll
1> r Jones ilo 16 -?__....._--..___ I 00 G. C. Porter C. (!. Wigging Crystal -
It.2611.90.. Belle Thomas, Brooker $8.00. K Thomas Janitor S _. ..n_____.____ 16.00V and Norman Wiggins! !spent Friday WITH YOUR PRINTING ; :
Emma Bryant Starke $3.00. Surreney. teaching 14 ____________ 20 on : S1
Jacksonville. At.I
und in
A F Griffls repairs S __ ___..___u. 1.76 Saturday I
NOTICE OP FINAL: CHARGE Georgia Milliard Starke, $10 for .I I. Blmraon repairs 8 __ _____..... 1825 tending the fair.
i? r,* entate of Anna L. Thede, deceaned the first month. I. H Hill Insurance 15 __ .._______... IK 61) I i I w/
Notice fa hereby given to all whom it may Chester. Andrews wan u visitor to y
*<>ne.rn that on the 7th day of l>ee n.I U23. I shall apply to the Honorable R. A. board adjourned to meet the first Brooker Saturday. l I'I'Mf
pension fund
can arrange
judfie of the county Judiree court a 4w
judge of probate for my Anal discharge. u with Supt. Wiggins for tradeat Monday, in December. Mr W. M. Parker is in Savannah,

*..utor of the mtat of Anna L. Thede. de- stores for the amount of their al Ga, at the bedside of her little grand ti t rt,5J
reared time I willPaeent
and that at the same
who in. ill.
final executor of said lowance.All lion,
my account as I
relate and ask for their. approval banks desiring to be designated Me BNM, M. F. Wiggins. and Lawrrnc'e .
Oct. '. A. D. 1923.RUDOLPH
R. THTDE. depositories for school funds! will Wiggins motored to Gainesville AS

. 10'5-9t-1180. Executor have their applications in by the first C f County.... avperintenifesirs funds" for IIr.."the. .1 month statement ofOctober. Wednesday and attended the fair. I

.. Monday in December, with a note attached 1028. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Turner, of

I NOTICE.....*.TO.n. Indebted DEBTORS to the AND estate CREDITORSi of Anna stating the rate of interest Censral Settee! Fend Starke, are guests of the former's *

" d I*. Th.>
,,1 'l will\ pay such debta forthwith 1, 1925. Reeelpta dtjrlna-. month --_______._.401.B 41 Me n. Carroll and Casey! Atkinson + mI
., *hall' rroo... having tlalme walnut said estate Warrants is..... ____-__._._.__.___.a 7M 91 Livingston KUDU and Mr. Ilarrell of
'" the. the same duly authenticated with The following bills were audited Balance Nov' 1. 1823 ._____._________1136 B8\ ,
undersigned administrator. within 1 year and ordered paid: .. Hrooker, motored here Saturday eve- I
;:j" from April t\ A. D. 1923 or they' will beg District |
i >rev r barred). Bra.lford. Co Bank Indebtedness ____80339.III Balance' Oct. 1. 192S ______...._.? 78.78 ninlC.
i: RUDOLPH R. THEDI5. C. FripD teachia _____________ *.DO Receipts during month ___.____...... motored. to UnIon rightfully} expect more than a mere following of your r
: 's ..... ._ .. __. .. ___ Lawrence Wiggins I
Administrator Estate Anna L. n..... deceas R. B. do ??_ ----- I 00 Warrants Issued I n __________ 2200 YOU
.{; M. 10-5-Bt-ll-SO. R C Riley books ____.____-____ 11*,s7 Balance Nov 1. 192 .___.-_____ 61,73 City Tuesday.!
" Bradford Co Rank debta .....___802 .DO I.lrtI.! .. a Everett Itenfroa wan a visitor to when you get printing from this shop.
Bradford Co Hank Interest ____u 201.00
t'r H McRae teaching __ __ __________ 118.74B Balance Oct. I. 1921 .______?_.._. T 6Receipts Starke Saturday.
...,........... ........ .....a'.........._ R....... do ____________._n__ 49.14 during month ...rxr._.. :Mr. and !Mrs.. Johns have :: I We promise you service. Service includes an intelligent
C T Lawhorn do .. ______ __ 118,10 Warrants issued .__.._____..... HO fll> Lucy purchased
: COFFINS & CASKETS R Wrest do __......_......_nn..n_ B3.40 Overdraft. Nov. I, 1923 ____.________ 22.81DUtriel ) a Ford.A /. of the faces of be used
I Eva Williams do .. __ ______u__- 111.00 Ns. 8Jlalanc \large crowd attHemhled. at the study manuscript; proper[ type to ; perfec-
Full Lln. of Delia Dowlina- do ________-___. 8600 net. 1. 1928 __ __________. 81.81Reeelpta I
Alld. 8 8 Dowlina do .. __ ______..... IT! .10 during month n.._____.u.... I home of Mr. and Mrs. It. .K. Renfroe tion in alignment; exact quality of paper; how to cut it, print
Und.rtakrt' Supplies C FrlpD do .. -. _____._.__.______ M 80 I Warrants Issued _____________.___.. 6,1IOverd..n Tuesday evening and, celebrated their t
Ina White do .- .. ?-____.___u It DO j Nov. 1. 1921 ._________ ___ 81110
H McGruilar do .. -_?__.-___n_ TO 00 I I District Ne. 4 daughter's fifteenth birthday. Miss. and fold it

;w AUTOMOBILE HEARSE E Thornquret do .. .. .______.______ 18.00 j Balance Ort 1. 1921 __oo______.___. 89.87Re I Avy received many well wishes. for
M Crosby do __ .. ___.____________ 13.74
Hpu during month .............
Always on lIeD"- Th. but sari t Bullen do .. .. ?.-__..-_..__n_ 13 laN I I Warrants Issued: ..__._______?.____._ 16 00 a happy birthday.Mr. I No job to small for our r
nee at U>. lowest price. Sn.- Stearns do -. .. ..____.____. 1100 Balance! Nov. I. 192 ___._._._.______ 43.87 and Mrs. G.t.. Andrews motored Standards
J Thomas do ._ __ ___.________ M.74 : Quality Printing
die Itcation to telegraph orRcgUUred E Gritfin do _u____--____.___ BO 00 District Ne. I to Jacksonville Monday and attended I i
do __ __ _____________ 70,00 Balance Oct. 1. 1V2S _.._...______._ 241 21)Kf.ir.ls I
Emb l. r.DcWITT O Kay the fair. I II
4: J Holland do __ .. .-..........._,_.._ <0 1)0 during month ____..__.._. Bradford
J T Barn. do .. ____ .___ 0,OO Warrants Issued _____________._..___ 24 18 County Telegraph"Printing
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Ward do .. 0 OOK Balance Nov. 1. 1923 __00______..__._ 236 93rXstri
R ------? -- --
: C. JONES Wheeler. do ._ .?..=_.-. 6114: .* Ne. Pile. Cured la o to 14 Day I
'M Moody do __ .. ?.____.....---- BO OO Balance Oet. 1. 1923 -_--__-_?_. 71.00 OraUUK r ftiod monty If PAZ OINTMENT fnl Matter of the Better Kind"
r STARKE FLA A J Thomas da .. ..__......?____ 98'0 It...._ during month _.Jri____j loon;. lub1n.R'lndelintWPngndiniiPur: :; :l
L Port. do .. ? _._..______.___ 000 Warrants issued ____._____ 1100 'naivait. t''rv ""ill. I'i. ui..1 9'ad i iuui .
.... Mae Thoma. do. ._.-...._ M OO Balance No. 1, t9U ... 69 to { ._.. iuu.r lit lujt ttwt Jk..t..... t'r1Ut j, -- ---- ---- -- --




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'111'If i : I News Items of I!I nmt!! -- I 2

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Lawtey. :Nov; 30.-:Mrs. W. H. :Miner )11'11.1.:\ E. Edwards and son, Lau- : ' =IFn'n'nm'n'm..mmr.H, : 'ii

.It'tr I; !, :Mrs. G. W. Robert and :Mi"Dai, rie, were visitors to Starke Sunday. liEGISTEK-GODUI.V i WHAT MAKES the LIGHT BURN?

l :Moore motored to :Starke Mond:\ >
it. I sy Afternoon. :Miss' Wilma Blanchard ited rel- I marriage of :Miss :Margaret i GUESS AND WIN
: ,
I atives in Jacksonville Sunday and I to :Mr. E. Henry Register was l
of :Monday. Wednesday afternoon:; I To the first house wife guessing what makes the
Mr. .ml :Mrs E. H. Register, I light burn "
I ,
j \ Jacksonville, spent Sunday here with lath at the home of her par- our window, an electric hot plate will be i In
?y given. Contest 1
: and :Mrs. W. F. Godwin, of :i}
their parents :Mr. and :Mrs. W. F. I :Mr. and :Mrs. T. J. Moore and son, now W
1 closes December
+ t Godwin. i J. H. Moore, Paul Moore, R. R. Thede I open 8th.
k t r land, children, :Mrs M. E. Edwards. W home was beautifully decorat- I LOOK AT OUR WINDOW
wedding colors, yellow and
I H. Edwards, Laurie Edwards, Mrs.
f Miss Rachel Boyer, of Jacksonville, ]i I I IW. I. Powell, :Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Bur- ; the lights being shaded with I
I was the guest Sunday of her parents ,I ney and children, A M. Blanchard, and unshaded yellow tapers SimmonsStringfellowPLUMBING
r' Rev. and :Mrs. E. D Boyer.: i j Catherine and Arthurine Blanchard, : to the soft radiance of the :

I i ,in. M. Tracy and daughter, :Mrs. L. A. In the living! room where the i AND ELECTRIC CONTRACTORSMRS. .

} i1 1 J, J. :McLcod, W. E. Torode and E. i i iB. I Mart: and children were among those took place, there was an
altar of and ferns
Wells business visitors to |I who attended the state fair in Jack- palms
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sonville last week. in the large bay window, and
Jacksonville Tuesday! ''I.I.
I j was lighted by two tall ca- =, TI

G. W. Roberts and J. J. .:\Icl..eodwere candles. BURNS:; ENTERTAINED I Stan character and hi- i
few bridal entered to the I .
;r, :Mrs. Jesse Reddish spent a party BRIDGEMrs. from the pulpit] 't'I
days with relatives in Wateroak last transacting; business in Jacksonville of Lohengrin's wedding march I I'
k. Friday. : by Mrs. Will Edwards. The I --_
I we : Edward Burns, entertained PRESBYTERMN
at '
.) r :Miss Iris Epperson, of i ,
auction bridge
>: Drew Reddish of Vanderbilt, visit entered first, followed by Mr. Tuesday afternoon at ,1
: John Godwin visited relatives in her
lovely home on West Madison Youth is .
the y
it + : Jacksonville Sunday and Monday. ed relatives here Thursday.J. :' of Jacksonville, the street springtime .
| year,
came Miss Mar-
h' :, several days L. Harrell Geo. F. Young and of Starke maid of honor. Roses were! used for making the : And spring is the tint- t., ,JA
> 1 :Mrs. J. B. Rowe spent :: :: rooms more attractive, and on each !I] Seeds which blossom
\ with relatives and friends in Jackson Truby Willis were transacting business and Miss Long( both table in -um!iir-t;
was placed home-made And fruit
candy. j in the ,
: taffeta dresses with sil- autumn _'[ ,
:, ville last weak in Hampton Thursday. The tallies very prettily carried out

i r) :} Mr. and Mrs. S.:-:A. Bryan of Starke, Mrs. Lillian B. Fulton, of Jackson- : I silver, their bands hair and was ornament-I'' the:Mrs Thanksgiving Florence :Powell idea. made high J i Sow what trust.you'd reap; if :t', ,,' art .'

Ill i here Sunday. ;i iville, of her lectures in the bouquet of white I
were !gave one and received as a prize a box of hand The flowers will fragrant I.
I,''I' I I interest of the W. C. T. U. at Grace ferns tied with pale yellow made handkerchiefs. Mrs. S. L. Peek Autumn come-rich with tr.asuJj

.+ ,. jI" f J. E. Goodfellow came home from j I| Methodist church Sunday evening, to made low and was presented with a store. rfj
bride entered with her father
i ti + Lakeland and spent Sunday. I a large and interested audience. pair of orange candle sticks. A harvest of faith for the'.
: F. Godwin and
II I was met at
The hostess served delicious
t chicken -
I the and his
by bridegroom
't( I Mr. and Mrs. George Wilkerson, ofHighland i J. L. Harrell was a business visitor salad, hot rolls and chocolate with Life with its seasons I is ,
Mr. Tom of Jack. ojru
ll t spent Sunday with relatives to Milltown, Ga., the first of the week whipped cream. I With spring as its time for "
I The impressive! ceremony *e }a 4 r :a,J here. I by Rev. J. B. Rooney, Those enjoying the afternoon were Dig deep in your heart and plant wn .
4. .I.... Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dye and son, of During the ceremony Miss Mabel Weller !Miss Williard care ,
\ .} Mrs John Howe, of Gainesville, is Jacksonville, spent Sunday here with : was played softly, and be Bishop, Mesdames L. Wyman, Florence A store for eternity's need
f'' spending a few days here with her Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard.Ira entrance of the bridal party Powell, J. C. Hoover, C. F. Hoover -Splt' <'d.
1. daughter, Mrs. A. A. Smith. : musical program was H. H. Young E. R. Neff, J. W. Sunday school at 10 o'clock. :
\ Wilson and Allen Thornton, of Mrs Linwood Register, of Andrews Jr., S. L. Peek, O. L.' Preaching; services at eleven i- "

I, ( ".1, 't i ... Frank Green, of Island Grove, was Starke, were visitors to Lawtey Sunday : sang, I Love You Truly, Haynes, J. L. Peek, N. Sternberg, O. seven-thirty in the evening
the of Mr. and Mrs afternoon.Mrs. L. Beasley, F. L. Turner and J. C. Cordial invitation to the
i.p g .. ... guest Sunday : J. L. Briggs; of Jacksonville put" 'k
Robinson.MRS. .
I v C t f J." Charles Dinkins. I and 0 Promise Me. I T. J. HEDGE: .
.c'r I I H. R. Sapp was shopping; in : : J. H. Carradine and son, Lee, I Minntc!
k'1 If, \ Charlie Wilkerson of Maxville, was ] Starke Monday. beautiful numbers on the : HEASLEY HOSTESS TO K. --

1.\\ in town Thursday. |i piano. K. KLUB BAPTIST CHURCH BULLETIN
Albert Jennings and Augustus! after the ,
,. p e. ",j Miss Elizabeth Howe spent week- Loadholtz, were visitors to Sander of the occasion ceremony was in- Complimenting her guest, :Mrs. W. I Last Sunday the BihK ".. ,.,. ".
n t
{ ''' ( en din Starke. ]I son Sunday.HAMPTON. by happy congratulations I C. Spencer, of Tampa, :Mrs. O. L. ported nearly 20,000er-. ii' :"tl

fJ \ it; .a It \ f. --- -_ __ --- -_. ---'" .------. wishes for future happiness Beasley, entertained the K. K. Kluh ing the week. Sickne-i-. > '. ., '
number of the ., .
of beautiful gifts at! Friday afternoon at her home on regular : :: P 1,1,
the of bride ami'Eighth street. away, so the report wa- '2"
popularity "

11 I 1t!:' 13 iJ: r NEWS I I About at this ISO;;beautiful guests wedding.were en !| bridge Three, and tables the were game laid resulted for auction in :Mrs as splendid! it would showing have! ,been rind. ,H.,, < .... ,...i.';rf*'

is f finding increased
I :' the informal reception a ,i IS. L. Peek making high, and received d'L'' \.f!!
!< ice course was served, the as a prize a box of stationery. :Mrs.A. quaintance, the>' are 111"] 'nom JFWort
--- I II colors of yellow and white I S. Crews made low and was the of God. Be on hind! \ .', i
Negro Hum Runner Captured 'ing at such a fast pace that it overturned I .' out in the refreshments 1 recipient of a fancy powder puff, day with your report. :
Last Sunday afternoon the peace of twice when it went into the beautifully decorated bowl,while I the guest's prize, a box of stationery Bible school meetat ;' ( I 11 I
qf our little town was disturbed by the ditch. All of the party were badly served by :Miss :Mnttie was presented to :Mrs. Spencer Divine worship at 11.no.:' ) u. ",,./,
M1 I
firing of guns in the west part of the injured, one dying before relief arrived of Jacksonville, and :Miss Wil- 'I pastor will have a -j, et al -ei,

i h I y ,; city. Deputy Marshal L. J. Wynn, accompanied and another, John Fulks, died : of Lawtey. I Pink Radiance roses in vases and the Bible renderthe' 'topic'' ._ ,
'i\' by Lillie and Philip Peiiiveru :Monday.The : never looked lovelier than bowls were used to decorate the reception "The Indwelling ''To l l'
scene to : gown room, yellow shrysanthe-i
t learned Paul & Waymers stave mill here. I( with hat shoes and 6:30: p. m., and the \, : ..
was that Will :Mattiere, crepe, ;, mums were used in the dining room. .
i i colored, who was driving u car had I /: match. She carried an ex- I Dishes of dainty candy were placed ship at 7:30.: Theem 'r w v "1'1'at
w{ escaped! in Waldo for bouquet of bride's roses each card table third in the scneoti 'Dr. .'
arres speedingand I Carl Flock, who has been here for Ion and the hostess .
pkr 1 had been followed by the mar- the past six or eight months, left last i i embroidered tulle. |served for refreshments a salad to Think About. Theit.: I'
+ t shal of Waldo, J. W. Bowin. The officer I :Monday for-his home in Fort Payne, |or'D'D: : was a graduate of the I course of olives, potato chips, shrimp in this series of Serb, ">: t' I
if succeeded in overtaking the ne- Alabama. He won many friends during : High School, class of 1022! j salad, saltines, chocolate and whip- their preparation and ,1.! (y C q
I ground was firing( at him. When the hiM stay here who regret to see ,( a popular member of the ped! cream. I II has suggested a second t"l'!!!,
y negro was the men from Hampton I him leave. | : set in both Starke and Law j I The guests enjoying this pretty affair "Three Things to AI""I( ," \ube 'I.. '. '\ "F
were after him, he left the car and I i : and :Mrs. Register will make I were :Mesdames J. C. Hoover, C. I delivered later. Brln-: LIr.1,: .
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started to run into a bay back, of the Mrs R. L. Crews is the happy i iI i in Jacksonville, where he F. Hoover Edward Burns, J. W. An- ily .frieqds and neighbor- ,
h BlankingHhip place. He was raptured I mother of a new son, who arrived I II young( busir.'-sl man. drews, Jr., J. C. Robinson S. L. Peek, Last Wednesday nigh til'J 1 : .*. ", C
Re ed by the :Marshal, of Waldo., He and I :Nov.; 21st. :1: : :N.; Sternberg, N. D. Wainwright/ T. attendance upon the pra> i I'T "'. >....:.('.
i the car which he was driving, and : TACKY PARTY C. :Morris ,A. S. Crews.1t1ttt111 or Church Sij'ht.e:; \r \\' liwill >'.dayl,
_ It( i about five quarts of booze that was Porter-SniMikn I be "Men's: Night," when t ir. i
i found in the car, were all carried to :Mrs. J. :M. Maxwell: wishes to an- : L. Haynes! entertained de- will have their innings.Mt'! t < ; :
I Waldo.NegrooH. nounce the marriage of her sister I +rJ.+ +t++11t+t+H ially invited. "
> Friday evening. at her hos-
.1 :'on9nna Lee Porter to :Mr. Henry home, the guests including i
.. :=- Killed I in Auto Wreck Snooks of Anderson, S. C., the wed '' : class and teachers of the Church ST. MARK'S CHUtC'll mnl
I Lust Sunday afternoon while A. A. ding to take place in January : Sunday school. I ServicesI I

I' Durdun and family were driving on ; contest resulted in E. I The services for the f K.r-'
s d the highway between here and Waldo II. Y. P. ('. ProgramThe 'man winning the prize, and day in Advent will be 11 a. n:. !
I' they discovered a wrecked car by the following program: was rendered tackiest costume, :Mrs. G. C. i i }.}'FttttF'Ftf'i 7:30: p. in.Advent .
road. The car had been loaded with I by the Junior B. Y. P. U. Thursday I first honor. When re'I I j means coming$ :uti'l' the
ti t r I negroes and had evidently been 11'0i i evening: & were served I I, CHRISTIAN thought is to prepare for !h"ith the

-- --- ---- .- ---------- -----. by matching poems. ': first and second.! coming of our Lord.
served tempting; chick This is the New Year's Day of the
i Bible school and communion at 10
think of!
sandwiches and hot choco Christian Year when we
I ia. m. !I making a new start. "The n.irht 11
T. i I Sermon at 11 a. m, Subject: The far spent, the day: is at hard: ''ft us
) ) I Need of Strong Hearts and How to .
work .f dark.I !
.. ENTEKTAI:NED therefore cast off the >
';' Low Aim Like Low Towvr Are K I "' j Get Them. ofj
;) > l I AT BRIDGE I ness and let us put on the arinnir:
n : _." __ i I J All are cordially invited to attend "Sht.
I ;'! both service! j

evenintr :Mr. and :Mrs. J. i, W. E. DAUGHERTY
j How To Build Up Our Town. J I > Jr., entertained at auc- I! :Minister. AFTER

: at heir home on West ,! ,daohter ; .
J. V. :Moore, son, Ralph and
'II Building a community is everybody's job. The home owner, l : street. I I :METHODIST Lucila, Waycross, Ga., are :mStnrke
the landlord, the merchant, the housewife the minister, the i | were used for visiting Mrs J. H. :M\/,...>re, M

doctor the school principal, the governing board, the chi< .. in the living and dining i I Sunday school at 10 a, m., E. K. mother and L. V. and D.V.. Moor)
four tables
societies( the policemen! the firemen in fact, everyone with II i wer laid for I j Perryman, superintendent. his brothers. :Mr. :Moore hi- '!lees
: distinct home interest must play Ins part. The I local newspaper : ,F.a Stump leather won bill the gentle-and i:i! Preaching by the pastor, Rev. L. away from here 20 years, and''\ if', '17'
/: purse; '"o"postoffice.
is the point'of contact through/: which thrxr vurious elements : Long won the ladies' !I I B. Simpson, at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. years he has been in tocfiml al\! M I

I mat function and express: TllI'u..-..I"o! 1'ln i I..t.,' town publica. her Suck score pad. G. M.I I 1m. He is glad .ri j 'It
tion is a mirror 01 the life oi me .'mi.;ntitn,!" !> n-piring! suggesting : ,, low, was presnted wth: I i I Epworth League Sunday evening, relatives well and prosperous,-r.... f
6:45.; loud in his of the pn"
f helping, and usually MK-rilioni. ,i Il'' ,...t deal! | to the general i prize, an ash tray. : praise

.. work of upbuilding: 1 li I i hh\ <- .'ori. .-.nitrated ictlcction! of tho: : hosted. served a sal I $Prayer, 7:30.: meeting Wednesday evening Starke and Bradford: count

home town ,interest, ju opi'o.-ei') to nc'tivitit, in its midst, whose of delicio'is chicken salad Rev. J. B. Rooney, presiding('elder THE FLOHW.SSJ'f.Hlt'1
sole aim IB to \take the home/ IUATI .inlUi out of town and attachit l' stuffed! moves, cheese balls of the Jacksonville district, preachedlast
to the bank ueruunl ot'"oI'h.. fot whipped crepm. I H.-r.JI":
'is 1I corpuratiou. l1sts inch led :Mr. and Mrs. Sunday morning to an attentive Florida Sanitarium and ,
: The appeal (of the: turcig'u ('uq\'dtlut1( \ for the home town Mr .ml I :Mrs.: F. F. 1 congregation This is the fourth year Orlando, Fla. Battle Creek 'rut' :h.d

.,a dollar is usually in nppc-.il: to cupidity camouflaged] as safe and \ an,1Ip.: N1. SternlerJl'.1 that :Mr.: Rooney has had charge in :Medical, Surgical( :MatermtIw[,,
1 economical buying FOI ll.u: most t part it U made in secret- Mrs. E. L. Blgirs" :Mr. and this district and he has endeared him X-Ray therapy. Capacity I-1""' 'ner'ar
\ I l I Peek, William \VainwHht i self to many of his congregation be- Tents Rest, diet, physioloi *.
mimeo-apheel :Misses Carolyn cause of his straight-forward Chris- apeutics. &.- -tr'

i with the usual"follou ups" destined to extract and carry away : :Margaret Long. Ifi!
.5 to the distant bank account the money of the unthinking. The

- very secrecy of the appeal is its own condemnation. !I, (; GIVES BRIDGEPARTY M EN'S SU-ITS-iADIESGOWNSI

It ''a amazing to note how slow is the average newspaperreader ) : Pnce-
: I All Clothing Cleaned and Pressed at Approximately One Half
the value of frank
to appreciate and open newspaper l I I )
fi ? advertising. Not only in this way in the housewife enabled to \ \ I : II. Young was hostess on of other towns

Ili learn what the market has to offer, but in the frank open advertisement | afternoon at a charmingly STEAM RES I.COMPANY

t lies an absolute security from exploitation. :Newspaper- '' l> : r t :i! auction home. bridge party at her .

advertising is the housewife's weekly insurance. The day baa I used for decoration and

1 passed when the advertiser dare be dishonest.: The statementsin I !: were laid for bridge, nuts

an adveitiHement are shouted from the housetops. They' are : being placed on each ta- GET YOUR MONEY PROMPTLYINMAN j
too easily checked They become! the guarantee of Service | "

,, and of honest ..t..I1I1Tho\: direet-by-mail appeal! U like the l !< Sternberg made high score & RITCH
;' r' secret whisper" passed r'i"iii' cat, to ear but without any general : L. Peek low. The hostess f
publicity that tn.surocomplete honesty of tatement. As a rule, delicious salad course with REPRESENT TilE BEST LEADING

.i / its underlying, principle .in sinister To supplement and become INSURANCE COMPANIES FIRE,
of well it has its but stand / included Mesdames A. ACCIDENT LIFE, AUTOMOBILE,
b l' a part any organized campaign value E. R. NetT, S. U Peek. Ed I
% Ing alone it should rather than confidence. ,
I arouse mitpu-ion !', J. C. Hoover, C. F. Hoov.
: J' Hughes' L. Wvman. : T.. MADE PROMPTLY

ka I I Sternberg, C. A. Futch. -

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