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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 24, 1922
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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FUNERAL OF :MR. AND MRS. R. GROWING COTTON UNDER: I HIGH SCHOOL MINSTRELS U. S. FACES GREAT ERA OF B. II. S. onsEltVBS811I:">1- I WORLD'S LARGEST AIRSHIP

R. WYNN BOLL WEEVIL CONDITIONS: PROVED A GREAT SUCCESSThe l'IWSI'ERrfGO1IIU.HSr. TON'S BIRTHDAY i ROMA CRASHES TO EAUTII *

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The most remarkable funeral ever lion. A. D. Andrews Tells of the Method I high school minstrels played Deflation Caused Decrease of $1,500- Tho intermediate and primary Only Eleven of Crew of Forty-five Escape 1 j t

held in Starke took place last Friday Followed Last Year Wednesday evening in the B. II. S. 000,000 in Federal Reserve Loan. grades of the B. II. S. celebrated in Fatal Plunge '

morning when services were held over auditorium, to a packed house and I Washington's birthday by giving an

the mortal remains of Mr. and Mrs., Raiford, Feb. 20, 1922. : tho show wall a "howling"] success Washington, Feb. 20.-The United interesting program in the auditorium Norfolk, Feb. Thirty-four dead

R. R. Wynn. Several times in the Editor, Telegraph, from start to finish. States faces an <>rn of prosperity of at 0 o'dQCkVl'llm'sdny morning. including 13 officers of the army air

history of our town there has been Starke, Fla. The entertainment was carried out longer duration than the country has With Miss Rosa Leviton as piano service, is the result of the trial trip

two funerals in a day, but never be- Dear Sir-Will: you please allowme : according to the program printed In known in its history-u period marked accompanist, the school sang "America of the giant dirigible Roma wreckedat

fore a double funeral service. space in your paper to express my the last issue of the Telegraph, and by safer business methods, -Governor ," after which tho small people ot I the army supply bane, Norfolk at ''

Rev L. W. Kickliter, a life-long opinion as to the best way to cope Doc Harvey and Nat Sternberg kept handing of the Federal reserve the first and second grades appeared' 2:10 o'clock this afternoon.

friend of Mr. and Mrb Wynn, assisted with the cotton boll weevil. the audience roaring with laughterand board said l today in his annual report on the stage and! recited George Tho huge aircraft was hurried to

by Dr. sullen of the First Baptist First, I think we should plant an i cheering enthusiastically. Leo to congress. I Washington acrostic.. "Unfurl the I her fate by striking a net of 2200 volt

church, conducted the service at the early variety of seed. Canova's songs were very appreciatively Governor Hardinx's diagnosis of Flag! ," a poem by Mrs. Elizabeth J. high power wires, an her pilot was apparently ,'|,t

family residence, on the corner of Second, we should plant as early as received and were encored repeatedly. the nation's business condition and Lane, wan a joint recitation by Fritz trying to bring her to as f

Cherry and South streets. The choir we can, to be safe from frost, about The school was indeed fortunate business prospects was lined up\ with Klosterman and Etta Fay Gill. I safe a landing as possible./ 1,

was composed of Mesdames A. M.. the first of March, anyway. : to have the assistance of these R review of the finances which show I Tho third Grade B contributed

1 Darby, A. E. Wall, O. G. Cooper an.11 Third, run all rows we can north gentlemen who are skilled in the pro- that the country has about r'ach.d'i "Betsy's Battle Flag'," a recitation by Crippled by trouble with her ruddor {to

i' Mr. J. F. Kickliter, who softly sang,, and south, as the sun will shine down fession of entertaining on the stage. the. end of deflation. ,. Alice Fernandez, und "Flag of the she was being dropped to tho '\.
ground from a height of one thousandfeet
"Abide With Me" and "Thy Will Bfl the rows better. I The B. II. S. students and other brought about n decrease of $1,500- Free" sung a9 a chorus. Third grade .i".
over a distance of scarcely moro
Done." Fourth, plant rows six to seven feet young people who took part also covered 000,000 in the loans of Federal reserve A gave "Salute to Our Flag" and a .
than COO
Robert Radford Wynn was born in apart, and give two to three feet distance themselves with honors. bank to their member banks. Washington song. yards.Iler
contact with the high voltage
Bradford county JanuarySC, 1851, and in the drill. Between acts Prof. B. B. Lane made I Easing of credit, a more confidentfeeling The fourth grade sang; n chorus entitled .'
wires which she tore asunder started
was seventy-one years old at the time Fifth, have all]] boll weevils that can a talk regarding the Parent-Teachers in the investment market, and I, "Washington's Birthday Song"

of his death. Before her marriageMrs. be found destroyed in April and !May,, Association, and explained the great broader, plans of. business generally, anti Allan Long, Tlielmu Andreu, Don her gas bag afire and the explosion
of the craft hit
followed the
Wynn was Miss Rhoda Godwin, as they are the forefathers of the help it would be to the Starke school, were cited to Congress as favorable Mott and Paul Knight, of the fifth as nose
I n pile of cur material a few feet ba-
born December 5, 1853, and was six great number that sting our squaresin as this: association furthers the cooperative factors now in evidence grade, gave a joint recitation entitled

ty-nine years of acre when the final June and July. spirit between parents, teachers "For some months. post there MA "Washington." yond.!
I The sent flumes 800 feet
explosion
summons came. Sixth, have all punctured squares and pupils and promotes the inter been a marked easing in domestic The girls of the sixth grade, dressed

This devoted couple were married picked up out of fields. By doing thisit ests of the school in every way. rates of interest," Governor Hurdinur I I to imitate colonial tlnmca, Hang u chorus in the air as eight of her survivors I
leaped from the deck of thc ship.
May 3, 1873, and continued to live in saves thousands of other squares Prof. Lane announced that the first said. "Notwithstanding some unfavorable about the Father of Our Country!;
Three others were drugged from tho
Bradford county, where they reared from being punctured later on. meeting of the Parent-Teachers Association features in the revenue laws' and last on the. program, Owen Griffin

their respected family. They were Seventh, cultivate cotton fast. By would be held next Thursday" tho investment market now is absorbing and Maxine Klostermun of the seventh mass of wreckage und flume.

noted for their generous hospitalityand so doing you will knock off and plow evening in the school auditorium, to securities at reasonable rates grade recited, "In Washington's There ere eleven survivors out ofa

being good neighbors and friends; under a lot of punctured squares. I which all patrons, teachers and others which could not have been considereda Time." crew and passenger list of forty-

t4 they were devoted to their children The authorities from Texas who interested in the education and moral few months al.'o."Jlfark.t \ live as telephoned from headquarters

and grandchildren, and it may be said have had weevils for many years say welfare of the children of the town, quotations for Liberty BAPTIST REVIVAL: :MEETINGSThe at Langley Field late this afternoon

of them according: to the Bible verse, that one boll weevil is likely to sting are cordially invited. There will bo bonds have steadily advanced until to officers! from the air post checkingup

"They were lovely and pleasant in 145 squares, and may multiply three light refreshments and a pleasant they arc now approaching par. Good which to on tho results of the catastrophe.The .

their lives, and In death they were not times each month. There were two evening is assured to all who attend. railroad and) industrial have also appreciated revival meetings were bodies of 31 hud been taken out

divided." Mr.Vynn's favorite hymn farmers who planted cotton. One ,i I and there have been Home have begun last! Sunday in the of Baptist the- at ft o'clock and officers who knew

he man's cotton came the tenth ot church, under the direction\ : personally uuuxy of tho officers and>
was "Amazing Grace, which sang up\ CHRISTIAN CHURCH[ NOTES noticeable advances in standard of the
N after he was fatally ill. March and the other man's the first stocks. pastor, were postponed because enlisted men were unable to identify
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rI The interment was in the family of May. The! boll]] weevils tackled both I the Christian "There are well defined cycles in cold! from which Dr. ]huller hue beensuffering. In dingle one of the victims, so badly
Services last Sunday at recovered '
cotton fields at the same time, and the lie has fully charred IlIchItuully' cooked
i'' lot in Santa Fe cemetery, where over church were helpful to all who the changes of the Reasons and there Sunday I' was
300 people gathered to witness the man whose cotton came up the tenth are longer swings or periods of and will !begin thenl'l.tingII on to death In the mass of wreckage I
audiences
attended. The Sunday night prosperity
solemn ceremony of consigning to the of March made 700 pounds to the acre,, and depression. next There will bo preachingeach : when the explosion und flames encompaHsed I\'
are more encouraging than the of the week with tho
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earth in one grave the bodies of this while the man whose cotton came up "The rotation is as follows: evening 1 them.
When seatis
morning attendance.
every these
j devoted old couple. A grent many in May made 300 pound of cotton filled and some have to stand f, the "Business activity and Increasing exception services! all of Saturday invited., and to I Only those In the lorwura part of

beautiful flowers! sent by friends per acre. Both were worked just are
were minister will be satisfied. production; : Dr. Bullen has expressed his confidence I operating: compartment of tho ship
and relatives, many of the choice alike.My For the past two months Rev. "Excessive expansion and speculation ; hud a chance for their lives. Severalwere
render
that the public will ns
blossoms coming from Starke gardensand opinion is that it would be well followed hitherto Injured severely by jumping but
Daugherty has been endeavoring to by panic :I assistance would! bo given I
us
others from florists. There were enough for every farmer to plant :.1 and forced liquidation generous three came out practically unhurt and
the assistance of Sam J. Whiteor do
secure to time
elaborate pieces from the local W. C. small patch of cotton, work it fast, should! n stranger be present I front the
3-A long period of slow liquida- were! discharged hospital
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C. L. Organ, "the rope holder evangelist The the people of .
Vi T. U. and from the Baptist Missionary poison the weevil and pick up the ," to conduct a series of evangelistic i tiu:i, business depression and the ministers of the
Society. While the last sad rites squares. If he makes any cotton he meetings. Wo failed to secure tion, and, SUrko give I, Lieut. Hurt, who with Captain Recd

were being performed the following Is apt to get a good price for what "Revival churches Is the measure\ of their confidence was the principal pilot of tho Ronin,
Evangelist White to the regret of all
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their work. May
and
\ in them
make. But I do not think It
comforting hymns were : : "Nearer le docs
sung but arrangements have about been "There lire those who believe the wan one of these. He jumped when
displayed
My God to Thee," "Wonderful would be advisable to plant large made with!Evangelist Organ to begin beginning revival i is not far dis there be nn overflowing measure I ho ship was only a few yards from
Pence and "God Be With You 'Till fields of cotton and risk Its makinglike during the weekl
a meeting the second Sunday in March tant. When it does definitely set In, been that thostercopticon the ground. A civilian, Roy Hurley,
There have request!
"
used do when there
We Meet Again. we to were it will bo followed in due also unhurt ml \Master
This date of beginning has been set so course by be used. during' the meetings escaped as
To hold their memory dear, Mr. no boll]] weevils!! '
'as to allow the Baptists to finish a an era of prosperity."In Sergeant Peck
bo
will
Ms this
and certain ni
and Mrs. Wynn left four children, Last year I planted six acres of ,
the I
light of recent' experiencewe Several witnesses watching the
two weeks' meeting which they have eye
done )Mr.[ Bullen. ;. not only preachliut
cotton to the mule the boll w
Mrs. F. A. Scott, L. A. Wynn, Mrs. fought
should remember when Roma above the base
we again souring
announced to begin Sunday. It also in song army
J. T. Quigley and L. J. Wynn, all of weevil by fast cultivation, picking up will also bring the Gospel
y Rives time to conclude the meeting at enter the period of full prosperity, of great shortly before the death plunge of the
Starke 1Irs.Vynn leaves two sisters, he squares and poisoning with cal- There la every expectation
; that a reaction will follow I giant dirigible claim
Antioch church which begins; next sooner or this revival they saw wisps/
resulting from ,
Mrs. James .Kelluin, of Jacksonville, cium arsenate mixed with molasses, Sunday. Thus there will be no con- later. I If the flow of the Incoming I blessing I of smoke darting out of tho side of
and the good! people are urged to coma
and Mrs. Marla Lewis of Miami Mr. and my cotton averaged 425 poundsper
; flict. tide can he controlled so that the the high aircraft. A moment later the
and brought 11 cents to the help of the Lord against the
Wynn leaves two sisters and a brother acre per
"The Audacity of Faith" next Sun- crest may not be reached too rapidlynor volume of smoke increased and soon
,, Mrs. S. J. Prescott, of Sampson pound> in the seed which was .$(6.50! mighty
rise too high the subsequent I became A
moment
day at 11 a. m. reaction I .... a yellowish glare.
City Mrs. Hester Jones, of Hampton, per acre This paid very well for our .
will be less .
I I Bible school at 10 a. m. severe, and the later the huge blimp whirled downward
and Wade Wynn, of Sampson City; work and expense.I I MORE REWARD IN SIGHTIt i
I JuniorC.E.at4p.m."Out next period of Industrial and commercial and collapsed. near the army
also W. A. and think the Sosnoski cotton,,which I
five grandchildren, -
activity will)] bo marked by base
I of the Den" at 7:30: m. fire station In a mass of flames.
Miss Doris Scott, Free, Mary Lee and Is white and early cotton, Is the best 1 I p. saner methods, greater; achievementalong will be remembered by Telegraph Firemen immediately began fighting
of cotton can plant. I only renders that soma time ago Marshal
Elaine Wynn. variety we constructive
I linen and by long the blaze which burned fiercely,
give this as my experience last' BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES: Kite, of Starke, caused the arpnt of n
er duration than we have had before. being fed by an enormous supply of
MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER season in growing cotton. : negro, riding in a costly automobile
Yours very truly I I The services on Sunday next will be WITH THE METHODISTWe which he had stolen In Jacksonville. gun escaping from the shattered en-

:a The I. VIII Club gave a miscellaneous A. D. ANDREWS. I of a nature to appeal to almost every Mr. Kite received a reward of $100 velope.
: Calls were lent to>> all government
in Starke. There few
family are had 114 at for the recovery of the automobile.
shower Friday afternoon com- I present Sunday
hospitals in Norfolk and Portsmouthand
plimentary to Mrs. G. Kirk Lewis, at DOES RUSHING EGG BUSINESS homes across the threshold of which school! last Sunday. Were you there? The authorities in Jacksonville, to
the shadow of death has not fallen rescue parties were immediately
the home of Miss Ethel Griffin on N. --- I I Our Sunday school In growing by whom the negro was delivered, havo I organized to aid those who hud not

17 Walnut street. W. M. Bryan, the North Walnut and thoughts and questions concerning leaps and bounds. We need you, old found out that the latter U a convict ;

The members of this club are Misses street merchant, did a brisk businessIn i i those who have passed beyond are and young, to make another "leap," and that he had escaped from a trainnear perished in the fatal plunge.

j, 5 Ethel Griffin, Iris Epperson, Mar- egg! buying Saturday afternoon un- ,I daily companions. Both morning and and your wife and children to make a Miami, stolen an automobile and i Several of the victims were, It is ;
killed and their i
'' garet Long, Clara Mae Shepard, Beat- til Ihe discovered his egg box was not !'I evening on Sunday we are to dwell "bound." ,made his way to Jacksonville, wherehe believed Instantly I'

rice Bullen, Madge Middleton; Audrey filling up, and also three little colored I upon great truths about Death and We shall have a Sunday school ral- stole another, which caused his. arrest bodies charred by the furnace-like
,
tornado of flume.
chaps were doing most of the selling. : Heaven. At the morning service, be- by Mr. Kite. There i.s. $100 coward -
Johns and Mrs. Lewis, who is the first I ly next Sunday. Rev. F. M. Williamson mechanics in the of
t member to become a bride. Ranging! themselves around the box ginning at 11 o'clock, Dr. Bullen will our conference Sunday school for the capture of the negro; One of the crew
rescued after the
in which tho eggs were kept, each ; speak! on "The Christian's Death." but the Duval authorities claim It for the Roma who was
Miss Iris Epperson, gave a piano Held secretary, will be with us. Also : rudder broke
and would watch his chance and place the This will be a memorial service in themselves. Mr. Kite In now In Jack. big ship hit said, "Our
solo entitled, "Love's Pleadings, Miss Lola Lawler, the state elementary :
work. So far
ti Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and Miss Marc fruit in his pocket, go out the front : memory of the father and mother of superintendent for the Sunday onvillo to try to recover the reward, and the planes did not
of Starke'a most estimable citizens himself entit us I could see there was no fire untilwe
c guerite Shriver charmed their listeners door and re-enter the side door and I' some schools, will be with him. They will to which he considers "

) with several voice selections. A resell]] the eggs to Mr. Bryan, some- I R. R. Wynn and wife, both of be here both morning and evening.We led. hit the ground. commandant of
whom held residence for Col. P. M. Guiney,
times for cash and again taking: the many yearsin
Washington Contest, which was ten are looking: forward to a great
the full
the The is invited : the army base, who witnessed
amount nut in trade. community. public "T"= NOW OPEN
CAMPAIGN
questions regarding: the Father of our day and you will be there, I know.M. statementHo
this memorial service. of the Roma, bears out this
worked off and to join in
The trick was on -
country, resulted in a tie between L. SMITH, until
Miss Bullen, Mrs. Adkins, Miss Shriver nearly the entire afternoon before Mr. i In the evening, at 7:30, the pastor Pastor. Aspirants for county office generally said he did not see landed any fire the

and Mrs. G. C. White, and the Bryan happened to notice anything I will answer some questions recently await the meeting of the state executive after the big bag had on

handkerchief fell to unusual in the game boys having so put\ to him concerning Heaven. This .PRESBYTERI committee before announcingtheir ground.
prize, a dainty of
Miss -Bullen. many eggs to.sell. Catching one be Is[ a subject of world-wide interest, wishes to the voters. This meetIng As the Roma neared the scene

I The shower of silver, linen and cut fore he reached the door, his pocketswere and old and young, we are sure, will If you are" Christian, on what : was held Wednesday In Jackson- the disaster It was apparent that aCthe she

I glass presents were presented to the searched and more eggs on their find satisfaction and comfort In what grounds do you base your asurance ville, and the 1922 campaign may now was In trouble, other officers

bride by Master James round for resale were found, and this shall be said in answer to these ques- that you are !saved At our 7:30 evening be considered as open. Besides the base say. The big rudder seemed! to

+ {[Richard popular young Wainwright and little Mis broke up the merry game. The boys tions. worship we shall consider the itate and national offices to he voted be working: badly and the crew bal-was
off
KHazel Adkins dressed in colonial cosHumes led. Bible school at 9:45 a. m., with true: basin of assurance of salvation. on this year, voters of Bradford county desperately working throwing
the big airship t
representing George and Mar- classes for all ages. Every Sundaywe On next Wednesday no prayer meet- will have the election of two members last. Their efforts to put

Rha ST. MARK'S CHURCH welcome tourists and visitors, and Ing. Let us meet with Dr. Bullen and of the house of representatives, on an even keel succeeded only

Washington. shall be pleased to greet our old and his congregation. five county commissioners, three for a minute or two, and the ship
Misses Ethel Griffin
The hostesses, ,
w rte Long Clara Service on Ash Wednesday at 7:30: new friends. Sunday school at 10 o'clock next members of the school board and justices again tilted and began plunging towards -
Epperson, Margaret missing
t" fae Shepard and Beatrice Bullen, i. m. Sunday. Subject for Bible study, ; of the peace and constables In the earth, narrowly

Berved brick ice and home madeHake In the Lenten period of forty days YOUR SUBSCRIPTION HAS EXPIRED Clisha's Heavenly Defenders Here districts where vacancies exist. the smokestack of the base power
cream networkof
''j each was we commemorate our Lord's fasting we have an illustration of the proverb The Telegraph's announcement column plant, but fulled to clear the
and the favor on plate which coveredthe
little hatchet tied with a bow ofHhite and temptation in the desert place. Man's extremity U God's opportun- la open to those who wish to enter high voltage wire destroyed. -

ribbon. Tie.latter[ part of the season we commemorate If after your name on your copy of Ity. ,the fray. The charge for announcements spot where the Roma wan heard

1' K Forty guests enjoyed this pleasantHcial His suffering and cruclIxion. -I the Telegraph appears the mark Morning church serviced at. 11. We this year will be $5, payable Two sharp explosions were the

We are under no law to ob- | "lmch 22," it means that your sub- hall discuss) Christ's) mission to earth. when the announcement Is hand. before! the firemen began fighting\
affair.Hw. .
serve I it in any special way, but wire ,icriptlon expires on March 1, 1922. liis mission was wonderfully compre- ed in for publication.T. flames, but It Is believed these were

A. Scott and slater Miss Doris, expected to observe it in some If[ you wish to continue havlngthe paper tensive. Let us see what He and Paul caused by gasoline In tho fuel tanki.had

urned to Ormond Saturday morn- way. Lenten offering boxes are sentto sent to your address, please sendIn ell ns was His great purpose.E. A. Brinson, of Fiftone spent After the mass of wreckage

lc t, after spending a week here on us for our lelf-denial during this remittance at once, and you will Sunday''with his., family. He was accompanied been sufficiently cooled off to permit a
began
Kount of the illness] and death ofMr eason. not miss any copies. Subscriptions D. Card Is erecting new and repairing home by his little daughter survey of the debris derricks of tha

grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R. Service every Friday at 7:30: p. m., .... It be paid in advance, $2 per year, old fences on his place on Water Patsy, who had' spent the week In clearing away the heavy part

Wynn.t to which all are welcome. $1 for six months. street. iftone.. I Trumework.

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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. flTARKE, FLORIDA

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of this store know from past experience that when I advertise bargains they are GENUINE BAR-

d' GAINS. This sale consists of a large variety of articles in every day need by men, women and children, and it is

j : a rare opportunity for you for the simple reason that I must have the money that is tied up in the goods' You

need the goods and I need the money, and Iam, unloading at a sacrifice in order to replenish my cash reserve.

Prices have been made so attractive that you will jump at the chance to get in on this sale.

( These are standard goods from the best manufacturers, and you see them worn all around you every ,day

'' in the year. Not a shelf-worn or "left-over in the entire store. Our line of clothing is of the latest style and

4 lit strictly up-to-date, for, buying wisely, I only bought goods of recognized merit.

Now I am temporarily abandoning the law of supply and demand and MAKING a price to sell the goods.

Beginning SATURDAY, ) EB. 25th, and lasting for ten days, you will find new price tags on every article in the

1 store, representing a cutting and slashing of prices never heard of before in this county. It means a tremendous

: ( sacr ice, but the necessity is so great it simply must be done.

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,' GREATEST PRICE CUTTING SALE IN THE HISTORY OF THIS COUNTY ;

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SHOES FOR THE FAMILY BIG VALUE I IN MEN'S SUITS ,
10 Lades
pair High Shoes,
__ 1L f11I1,1, $6 Value. Sale Price ___$4.00 10 Men's: Suits, $18.50 to $20 Value, now_________$15.00 ;M ,
10 Ladies' White Oxfords 15 Men Suits, $13.50 to $18.50 Value, now$10.00 r ''}
"'.' pair, Value $5.00 to- Men's Suits, $12 Value, now __________________$ 8.50 ;;; &.
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"l $7.50. Sale Price $2.00 MISCELLANEOUS BARGAINS fli
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",+. CfOOT-riTUR/ d' 50 pair High Tennis Shoes '
Sale Price ____________$1.50 50 Sale Men's Price Belts, Value 65 cents 50 .:II:1
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e'9 t "" 'r 50 Sale pair Price Low Tennis______Shoes______$1.00 40 Men's Belts, 50c Value, / A.
Sale Price----------------------------------- 2'l'.
,' tz:2JJ' 30 Children's Red Riding
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/ ,3's $1.00 Value Belts, Best Grade Y ;
Hood Shoes, Value .
Sale I Price .75
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t' -- J $6 00 and $6.50 now$3.50
,{ a' a? // 500 pcs Wilson' B ros. Underwear, $1.00 Value I nov .75.
20$3.50 pair Ladies Value,Work now__Shoes_____$1.95 100 pcs W. B. Underwear, 75c Value, now; ________ .60 "
25: pair Ladies'Sandals, $3 Tom Sawyer Wash Suits for Boys, $1.00 Value,____$2.50 f
Value. Sale.Price ___$...l5 100 Men's and Boys' Caps, $1.00 Value, now ______$2.00 "
50 Men's John B. Stetson Hats, $10 Value, now ____$8.50
'1 300 pair Men's Silk Socks, now __________________ .45
r ,I I' 200 pair Men's Silk Lisle Socks, 3 pair for_________$1.00 '
j. b' PRICE OF "FOOT FITTERS" DURING THIS 10 Men's $10 All Wool Sweaters, now ---_________$5.00 r '
SALE REDUCED TO _______________________ $6 50 5 Boys' $5.00 All Wool Sweaters, now_____________$3.00 i
a y, 15 Suit Cases at Almost Gift Prices. \

s+ 50 pair Sale Ladies'Price Low____Shoes_____,_$7.50_____to__$3.00_____Value_____,_________$3.00 25 $1.25 Boys' Shirts, now ______________________ .95. "
M' $1.00 Boys' Blouses, Splendid Value, now _________ .75. t_
'' 50 pair Sale Ladies'Price Low____Shoes_____,_$7.50_____Value_______r_____________$5-00 300 Men's Linen Collars, now ___________________ .20 '
a Men's Shoes, $13.50 Value Soft Collars, Silk, now ------------------------_ .30
10 Sale pair Price _High_____________________________________$6.00 200 Soft Collars, Cotton, now ------______________ .20 \
20 pair Men's Low Shoes, $7.50 and $8.00 Value 10 doz. Men's Work Shirts, now__________________ .85 1t
r Sale Price ____________________________________$4.00 25 pair Men's Genuine President Suspenders, now! .45 >!!f
II I; : 2C pair Men's Low Shoes,$5.00 Value 200 pair Shoe Strings, now .05 ;
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I Sale Price ____________________________________$3-00 10 dozen Men's Hankerchiefs, now_______________ .05 \ t
Men's White and Palm Beach Oxfords 'f ,
"! 10 pair$4.00.to $5.00 Value. Sale Price _________________$1.23 Men's Cloth Hats, ''t"
Value $4, now2.50
'' Girls' Low Slippers with strap, Value, $5.00
30 Sale pair Price ______________________________________$2.93 20 Men's $10 'Silk Shirts r; 4 T- 50 Men's Ties, $1.25; \
10 pair Children's Shoes, Value $3.25 Sale Price ____________$5.00 /t to $1.75 Value ..$1.00
l Sale Price _____________________________________2.00 25 Wool and Cotton Brown r 75 Men's Ties, 75c / 'i'
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mm-'ll.lll.llllil cnmmJlmmmmmmmummJ.a1> i 'H< v suring against; waste by: decay. The about the head with the* gun of tho rD. Harris. I I Mr. and III 1.11. Glen Gibson and lit- ,.ft

,V plant produces forty tons of ice daily robbers. Rfalulnir! he would need I Messrs. Homer and Emory Slban daughter, Elvu, of Lulu, were visitors j

News of Florida in Short Paragraphs and has ample capacity; for handling help, Mr. Puce got hack into his car lire spending a few days st Louise !; here Sunday afternoon. !

_................._......, --a "..,..,....."'-....--.?"sKx.x, "I cars of truck. and hurried to Cottondalo and the officers '
mauux .c.n w many
: Mrs. Jus. !
| Reynolds: of Graham, !Mr. and, Mrs. Jns. Reynolds, of Gru- I
.1 endeavored to get in touch with passed through on route to Lulu where ham were in town Sunday. \: \i\

D. Live State News YBl I Epps Tucker and l E. S. Everett, of Sheriff Lewis, who immediately wir- she will visit her daughter, Mrs. Glen I There will be church here next Sun- "
Lakeland, both of whom were indicted ed the officers of about twenty-five Gibson. '
-----u--.1 Everybody attend. .
day t'
ion a charge/ of using!' the mails to defraud towns nearby to be on the lookout for VI;

Told by Our Exchanges. by tho federal grand jury at the truck with the men. Olllocrs at

Tampa, were arrested at Lakeland. Crestview later notified the sheriff
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l.I1JUW.u .u. .u "'''n''Inut'mm''nmm'lmu''m''nm4I They were brought to Tampa and re- that they had been caught and were .

Believed to have been poisoned by | Strains of a wedding march played leased on $1,000 bonds. Tucker is a being held there. Twelve of the sacks NEW SERIES ',''

"moonshine" W. M. Carnaham, of j I by tho Royal Scotch Highlanders bandat well known Lakeland attorney and l of flour were found on the roadside t .
Everett is real estate dealer. The between Cottondale and I,.
Ilarlannn
Tampa, dropped dead after ho had St. Petersburg, prompted George a
just finished luncheon. E. Greenlcaf, police inspector of Malden two are alleged; by the government to the highwaymen evidently believing it '"

Mass., to end his life. Greenleaf have faked the title to a piece of prop- was safer for them to get rid of the t
and to have used the mails in most of it.
his erty
Dr. W. U. Gordon, veterinarian of ripped throat with a small pen
Arcadia, Ind., killed himself in the knife and died at a hospital two hours .their alleged scheme to defraud.
Voliva, who, insists the world is flat
city jail at Lakeland by swallowing later. Grief over the recent death of ,
his wife, made I "Reckless Johnson, tho daring bal- might prove his contention by hoofingit _
He held
poison. was being on a chargeof more acute by the
I loon man, was engaged by the Na- until he drops off. I 1 yl
wedding march I iarwi
passing worthless checks. was assigned as the II N r
cause for the act. tional Realty Company to make a bal- I .

Receiving fatal injuries when she loon ascension Sunday afternoon from Hard Jobs are only hard to those i G t

was struck by an automobile, Mrs. J. II. E. Galyean, yho had charge of Lake Hunter Terrace, and after rising who think them hard.SAMI'SOX. 1 b ,tt

}'. Hughes, 60, of Pittsburg, died in the exhibits from Plant City, at the 1,000 feet, he found his balloonwas
an Orlando hospital four hours after I south Florida fair in Tampa, received leaking and was obliged to make : CITY:
descent without choos-
his
the accident occurred. more awards on the exhibits than he parachute -
did last year Plant City having one ing a landing spot. As a result, he Sampson City, Feb. 21.-Messrs.

John J. Oliver reported to the po- of the best exhibits on the grounds. lit in the middle of the lake, from Vann Williams, Doiran Nabb, Ray t

lice at St. Petersburg that his auto- Mr. Galyean got twenty-seven ribbons which he was rescued by residents of Goodie and Fred Denver made a business -

mobile had been stolen Tuesday. The I. on Plant City exhibits, twenty blues, the lake front who rushed to his aid trip to Liiwtey Saturday.Mrs. .

police found. it at.. a- garage. where. Oliver five reds and two whites. The ribbons I with rowboats. of. R.last N. Cain, of Louise, spent The Finest Sedan
had taken It for repairs and forgot were given principally for vege- part week with her daughter,

all about it. tables and strawberries. Fire Chief Pindiufc. Bcaped injury or Mrs. W. H.-Slonn.

death at Key West several days ago Lee Burrows, of Starke, was u business Ever Sold Little

Fire, resulting from an explosionon The Callahan State Bank, whichwas when the steering gear of his automo- caller here last week. for so

the yacht Salome, owned by John organized in 1911, was closed on bile broke while he was making a run Mrs. It. Burrows and son, Willie f

Ringling, millionaire circus man, injured Wednesday by the state bank exam- to a fire. The car dashed to the side Clyde, of Starke, spent Saturday at Good-looking with its blue and

six persons and destroyed the iner. No one is blamed for any irregularities walk, mounted' the curb and turned. the home of Mrs. W. It. Sloan. black finish, its four doors, its tnn
The chief crawled from the wreckage Hogan Smith was n visitor to
vessel, causing a loss estimated at it is said, heavy loans velours interior. {
I fire truck Starke clay last week
motor one
$50,000. uninjured, flagged a
during the war period and being
rosy
unable !1 following climb aboard and proceeded Misses Ednaray and Juanita Smith Unvaryingly dependable and ?Smiles
to call them in, having been
I I the fire. It later developed that of Gainesville, spent Saturday\ and '
Cadet Fowler, of Carlstrom Field, I given as' the cause. It is said that the j to to the gallon of gasoline
Arcadia, and Spurgin L. Clements, of Florida National Bank, of Jackson- the wrecked car previously had been Sunday here is common.
Injured condemned and that the, council had Vann Williams made a business
Okeechobee, were probably fatally ville, will take over, reorganize and
when an army airplane, piloted operate it.Thomas. asked for bids for a new one. trip to Jacksonville last week. : Easy-riding oecause Triplex

by Fowler and with Clements as a I Smith Varnesof Starke, spent Sun Springs ward off road shocks.

passenger, crashed on the shore of i, J. Malley, of Morristown, Sixteen automobiles and two motor- day here with friends and relatives' I' The comfortable to motor
Lake Okeechobee. N. J., was instantly killed; Miss Jo cycles were turned turtle within a Percy WooJ.ird: of Theressii, is viiitimj way
the Memorial his aunt :Mrs. W. H. Sloan. .. at lowest cost.
McGuinnis, Dixon, 111., probably fatally period of a few minutes on !
Mrs. Emma Beck of Lakeland was injured, her sister, Miss Blanche Highway near Oldsmar. Nobodywas Mrs. J. W. Robertson and Carl : Sedan

given judgment for $6,000 in her suit McGuinnis, seriously injured, and T. badly injured. A slippery road, Wynn attended the burial of Mr. and '

against that city for personal injuries Crockett, of St. Petersburg, slightly caused by a light rain was blamed by I and Mrs. Wynn at Santa Fe Friday. 1 $
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sustained when she fell upon the hurt when an automobile driven by county traffic officers for the accidents i I. T. Thomas and son, Orie, of Looter l7j'jJ

'uneven sidewalk some time ago Mrs. I Malley collided with a piece of wreckage Motorcycle officers say tar placed on Pond, spent Sunday with Mrs. M.

'Beck brought: suit for $15,000. The J on Daytona Beach. Occupants of ev-en I Habitual constipation curedin ._i#
tried in Federal court. the said bright rendered it slippery damp
case was car lights on an ap- .14 toll aLAXFOS
I weather. Speeding was not blamedfor complete, f. u.b. Toledo
blinded and he
proaching Malley
car WITH PEPSIN" la
Malcolm Semple, cashier of the Mohan -J did not see the obstruction. I the accidents. The officers reported prepared Syrup: Tcmto-LaxnMvc for a .uclAIlY.I lid; hilua RoaJiter f05 Touring 'SI' )' (.oupt tS'iJI

State Bank, which failed, was that cars going; twelve mile Constipation. It relieves promptly bui

I' fined $500 and costs or sentenced to Members of the board of commit", an hour skidded. I ihoul.l be, taken regularly! for 111,. 21 days Overland
I toIndueo regular action. ItStimu'iitut,mmKciiulatea I Company
.k one year- in-the county- jail on- conviction loners of Putnam county announced I -:-::-:- u Very Pleasant to TakM GOt STARKE.Quigley
of violating the state banking I that a special committee of board George Hoffman, u. &; i't. engineerIon per bottle, FLORIDA
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I 1 laws by making a loan to himself I members had been appointed to investigate the Pensacola division, bears the I

fil while cashier. ; the charges that negro convicts marks of a 'painful and peculiarly- ASPIRIN
, I 'sustained injury on the right side of
at a Putnam county convict camp had IF
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The city commission' of Jacksonville held kangaroo courts over white prisoners -I the face. He was in the cab of his =

t 1 has now under consideration the advisability i I I sentenced them to pay a small engine and was "batting the ball," as Name "Bayer" on Genuine

; of getting their water supply sum of money for the purchase of tobacco I usual, to keep up the schedule of his

- ,.I from the Suwannee river in order II I for other prisoners, and upon train. Suddenly a blackbird flew just t3uG

1 to supplement their present supply, I I failure to pay had ordered the white Ahead of the engine and the creature

( which is said to be diminishing very prisoners whipped. evidently misjudged the speed of the -

I perceptibly. I train, for the body of the bird crashed
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Morris Heller, of Newark, N. J., before into the window of the locomotive, l U
Wednesday afternoon while Mrs I against which the face of the engineer
I, ]leaving for his home declared he I It
f Irvin Thomas was burning; some trash was fleeced of his life savings; $105- I was pressed. Flying glass' lacerated -
her home Glen St. Mary, in the engineer's face and nose.
[at near |1000 at St. Augustine last week by con- iIC UNIVERSAL. CAR

[some unaccountable manner her little'fidence men and that he was returning .
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A four year old daughter's. clothing J Ito, New York to consult his attorneys. For the second time within thirteen

+} caught fire and she was so horribly I" Three private detectives from Newark I, months the boy students of Southern I Unless you see the BAM! New PricesF.

; urned that she died several hourswate' who came here last week, said they I College, temporarily located at Clearwater aro"lIl1yer"i lint on jMultune nt on tablets you

I had learned that Heller, accompaniedby 1 Beach, have been deprived of ty getting phyajcian!, genuine for Aspirin(wenty.one proscribed

another man, had gone hurriedlyto shelter thru the ravages of flames. years and proved RIde by millions. Take 0.R.-DETROIT

After walking into; a barber shop Newark on February 0, drawn :| Fire, starting in tho boys' dormitory, for Aspirin CoM" only flaadarbe&II told in the IHyw ",,'ksge EFFECTIVE JANUARY 16th
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''N 4 fin Greenville to get a shave, F. II. i $105,000 from his bank and returned I entirely destroyed seven frame buildIngs tinrn, Earache; Toothache. Kennlgk, llhoiuni-

. (Cone an aged; citizen, dropped dead immediately to St. Augustine. but did not damage the main for !'*;">. Handy tin horn of Lumbago twelve Bayer, and Chassis $285
}of heart failure. Mr. Cone had takena I building or the dormitory occupied by' Tablets of Aspirin cost few Of'ntll. '

seat to wait his turn and when the !I During the downpour of rain late the girl students of the college. While :M the? al80JI trade' m J.fk barber looked around he saw Mr. Cone the students at in the I? Miuiiifarture
1} Tuesday afternoon .uhtning struck I I were supper of MonoeceticociJniter of SaHoylioaoid. Touring Car $348
. *totter. Before help could be secured I the southwest comer of the St. Jomes mess hall of the main building, the

tytthe aged man was dead. building Jacksonville shivering four J' fire was discovered In the boys' dormitory the'Qulnlna '...at Dot nut Affect Tsx' ...JIVraniin Truck Chassis $430

large plate glass windows on the first and this building was quickly of. ito tonic find litxir'va! ere t. t. ..A1IVK \. .
':. More strawberries were shipped on floor of the structure occupied by the :j consumed, the flames spreading in the 'by aavou: 1WOMO*/without QtlNINK rumihiit Hall niTvoiiHriuNit Mt' ran !hI'rtniiini Inhi-n, Coupe $580

. Monday than ever before in one day Cohen department store. Besides the meantime to the other buildings, one III 1110 I.ad. Eo W.CI<.ulM* :Wu

in the history of Plant City A total damage to the windows, a large after the other meeting the same .--.- Sedan $645"

' of 55,552 quarts, including three cars amount of valuable stock on display fate.
I, CARDU! HELPED These are the lowest prices of Ford cars in
w" by freight, were shipped. The revenue was considerably damaged by water
of the Ford Motor
p' derived from these shipments! is before it could be removed by employes Brevard county's first Ku Klux Klan the history Company.

' estimated to have been $14,999.01 I. of:' the store. / parade marched over the streets of REGAIN! STRENGTHAlabama Orders' are coming in fast, so place yours

bringing the total estimated return Titusville Monday night. Sixty-seven_
I promptly to ;insure early delivery.J. .
for the. season to $319,712.30. That a grower on the qnst coast of men were in line, led by two officers -

; Volusia county furnishes citrus fruitto on horseback, all coveted with the W. ANDREWS JR.
Seven residents of the Kendrick sec- his majesty, King George of England usual! Klan regalia The parade had Lady Was Sick For Tire I Dealer STARKE,

tion who recently in circuit court at l, throughout the winter season Indicates been announced for 8:30 p. m. by plac- Years, Salience Palo,Nervous ,
' Ocala plead guilty to a charge of:' conspiracy the quality of Florida fruit. cards and sidewalk notices, but it was

( and rioting in connection with It is shipped weekly to New York and over an hour later when the masked and Depressed-Read Her .
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t the beating; by a masked mob last :May year in and year out, brings; $12 a klansmen appeared on Titusville's' Own Story of Recovery.

of J. P. Milton, a farmer, were sentenced box f. o. b. New York. In the old main street. They marched In the

by Judge Bullock, the sentences country the term, "By special apoint- center of the avenue between two lines '

ranging from $400 and costs or ment to His Majesty, the King," of packed spectators, citizens" and E. A. MARTIN SEED CO.
! -months in jail to $25 and costs.' means that the quality is absolutelythe tourists, and the klansmen made suchan Paint Rock. Ala.-MM. O. If. Btefr n.
obtainable. excellent and marchedin If near h r., recently related the too OLDEST AND LARGEST SEED HOUSE IN FLORIDA
very best made or impression
Florida is getting ready to plant such perfect alignment that they lowing lataTMtlnr account of her reCOTeryt JACKSONVILLE, FLA.MARTIN'S .
"I was la ft weakened coo
the largest acreage in watermelons In More\ than 500 Chinamen have been were greeted with many cheers.
HY TEST SEEDS Are known
for
fiUon. IWM sick three years la bed, quality
Sits history, according to the federal smuggled into/the United States thru
suffering a great deal of pain weak,
bureau of crop estimates. From all Florida during the last two years, and Tuesday morning witnessed one of Bed Corn BMM, ff. P.pp.r, EvKpUnt WtUrnulon, Cantaloup, PoUfcxB, TonukM.
tenons. 41epru od.. I was so weak, Cuaumbvr. COWPM. for: *** and l field: Bd. Our eaUlovtw sod prlc Hit will e/s fsn= r
|sections of the state farmers are reported 6,000 more are lying in wait In Cuba the boldest hold-ups yet attempted at couldn't walk the floor th.r Information. w. carry all arl lcM of ardnn.. fl.lil and farm ***J*. that hav bra
as prepared to produce a crop Inter- Marianna. Eugene Pace, employedby | across ; Just totwl and promt to ba adaptad to Florida sell and allmaM, and our M.r. of p.rl aanabl
for secret transportation, says had to lay and tar little ones do the ]* ua to handle Uw Florida Mad builnaw I to advaatana.
his coming season that will eclipseS nal revenue officials. In official circles Long & Stone, was on his way to work. I was almost! dead. I tried if
nytbing in the state. The bureau it is well known that a standard Sneads with a truck load of flour. every tblaff I heard of. and a Bomber atloctore. SPRING CATALOGUE

ays the acreage of cantaloupes will price of $500 a head Is set by the Reaching a bridge he met another etlll didn't get airy relief. tartln' SprintCatatocn* la now ..ad,. Writ fo.'t.' K..r.ona InUnatad .la n.rl4.
I couldn't .*t, and slept >poorly. I Bumma* aropa should avail thamMlvca af Information aontalnad In our da.
c ]Iso be Increased. clique that carries on the illegal traf truck occupied by a white man and anegro. believe it I hadn't heard of and takes Sprlnr.aael. ."' Supplud REE on {. t otbuM who and In their aanua pramaV t
T. Writ for It :;... JTurr .Information and: prlma an all .s.onabl..sd..
ordered from
r fic. The smuggling goes on all along Mr. Pace was Cardol I would, han died. I boughttlx

$ To Stop a Cough Quick i the coast, particularly at such placesas his truck at the point of a gun and bottles, after a neighbor told ma Ifa Phone;4277 1320.123
It did for her
key HAYES' HEALING HONEY.' a Tarpon Springs, Sarasota and St. while the negro transferred the flour what

ugh medicine which stops the cough byaJiog Petersburg. I from his truck to that of the stran- lain"I began my strength to eat and and sleep am ,now began well to [E. A. MARTIN SEED CO. 202-206 E. BAY ST.
; the Inflamed and Irritated tissues.
gers, the white man kept him covered and strong. I haron't had any trouble
A box of GROVE'S (}'PENTRATEE Sanford' new pre-cooling plant Is with a gun Young Pace was told to elnce .1 sure can teatlfy to the __ __ _. J
Head Cold and
for Chest Colds.
now in operation. It was installed by on about his own business and good that Cardul did me. I don't
d4 up Is enclosed with every bottle of go la better tonlo made Reduction In Prices You will make a mistake
YES' HEALING HONEY. Tbs salve the Sanford Farmers' Exchange to leaving his truck hastened to the and think I believe there It saved a my Ufa. Big If you order your fertilizer
ould be rubbed on the chest and throat eliminate speculation in marketing,i nearest house and borrowing a car, without
f children suffering{ from a Cold or Croup. For over 40 years, thousands of women getting our new price lists just Issued. Plentyof
The heallnt tlhrt of Hayea Hello......'In- and will mean the saving of a great started in pursuit of the highwaymen, have used Cardul aticceufnUy Materials!,, prompt shipment. Order now. Fertilizers, Insecticides -
"0 th'.throat combined withlb.betlogeffectof quantity of fruit and vegetables and who were bound towards Marianna. In the treatment cf many womaalx Sprayers, Poultry Supplies.
<* a O-Pm-Trnu SaM thiouAh cba pates ofable stabilizing the prices. The plant has He overtook them between Cottondaleand ailment
-Mop a cough E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO.
Both mnedlra ors packnd. In MM carton. and th. capacity for handling twelve to six- Marianna and upon getting out I If you suffer a* these women did FLORIDAGet
t of Iba combined IraaunootU take Cardul. It may help you too. JACKSONVILLE
pre-cooling the celery of his and endeavoring to get back
't Just fW-HAYES' teen cars a day, car :
ask your dragglat At all drugzt.,ta. B IS
December 1st. 1921. reduced price Jets before buying.
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: Bradford wells here, force it through the pipes MENTAL WASTE ILLUSTRATED LECTURE ENJOYED ily increasing attendance.We .
County Telegraph to the top of Trail Ridge after whichit ; SHE LOOKS I AT BAPTIST CHURCHA trust the futuro holds mans

4 -- .---------.- ..- .r.-.- '. .. -.-----,- would run to its destination by I can understand many phases of more such gatherings' at this house ,:f i

i Published weekly and entered as gravity. :I SO WELL extravagance In tht. one who, after large audience of o'd'! and young worship Attendant.

k second claws matter at the post I There are very few places where many years of labor;has accumulatedand greeted Dr. Bullen at the Baptist

i s office at Starke :Florida. almost entirely soft artesian watercan : AND HAPPY saved. There is a certain thrillin evening and listened SMITH LOSES FINE ESSEXA
===- .=. --, I be found. The deep welts in this spending money for the beautiful attentively to the lecture he
E. S. Editor. and Owner section exception. The deepest -
MATTHEWS are an
things.
t I -- made on "The Parable] ,.* the Sower"The man giving his name as C. \VFacklc
1 well here is 529 feet; the water !! SEE TIlE RICH, RED BLOOD Tllh.I But deliberate waste-is :a
I wa stereopticon was! used to illustrate of Raiford, came to Smith'4Garage
Not but hear of I Hues to 80 feet from the surface i* i I SIGN OF HEALTH. SHOWING I thing I have been able to understand -
a day goes by we I never this lecture, as well as duringthe Monday afternoon and said l
_ i Home tourist sucker from the North without odor or taste, and is soft I I IN HER LOVELY I when fathered by a reasonable song service when beautifully illustrated he wanted to buy an Essex car. It.
; being swindled out of a big aunt of 'enough for cooking the legumes and I j I CHEEKS proportion of intelligence. I I song slides were projectedon had not enough of money with him
to wash with without the need of
I '' money by confidence men in Florida. I I And of all wastes, what can compare ] the screen. and said he had to go home to Raifordto
? + It is these newly rich war profiteer) adding softeners. Some women have naturally beau in tragedy to mental waste? Dr. Bullen Is a splendid talker and get it. Mr. Smith let him go home

y who make existence possible for wire- ': tiful complexions that tell you there I have in mind one who was once !his subject was an interesting one. in the Essex roadster while the cus-
and crooks of all kind BUSINESS MEN'S MEETINGSThe is plenty of richness in their blood.
tappers They
''f I a very close friend of mine. I have Seldom is the opportunity had in a tomer left his old Chevrolet car at
,, ra ,j seem to come to Florida on purpose to I' Their figures( become well formed rarely known such brilliance of mind. I Fackle did not
hear fluent a speaker the But re
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small so garage.
'j : of the First Baptist rounded town
r be swindled and the sympathy they pastor supple, and graceful. Thoseare j
But wasteful did his mental
has
been
so Epperson
processes Sheriff
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t. and the writer is glad to see so turn
church of Starke seems to think that the results of ,
receive Is mlcro coplcal.If rich, red blood and
:; I become that his will seemed to : of Starke citizens awaken- trying to find him but has failed sn
a preacher should not forever stay Inside plenty of it. There is no need of beIng many our
have taken leave of him-- {
?. The slickest article in Pint-lias county a shell of theological seclusion, thin and scrawny from poor blood. .I his thought merely complete lapped at colorful I ing to this fact as shown by the stead far.

'1:; Is not a confidence man but a road. and has announced that he will hold Get a few bottles of Gude's Pepto- 'I dreams and hi.. A"hlnv..mpntA died in !
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;, This thoroughfare is BO smooth that occasional meetings! especially: for I angan-take it with your meals for their cribs: f I
j i"t. one day recently not leas than sixteen business men. "This i i. a commercial a few weeks. It will give you plentyof I
J\ } automobiles and two motorcycles skid' age and the business! man is! king,," he I red blood. By building up the Money wasted may be earned again( .

: i., ded off and turned over on their sides. says. No utterance was ever truer, blood you give the entire system Hj -but wasted brain matter and wasted ,

t t To the complaints about this matter I for the many "drives" of recent years,I I chance to restore- n.. ih,1f natural)Y r and time leave a poverty that our Consciousness '
the stony-hearted county officials, we In the interest of religion morality, j that brings natural bloom and beauty must be continually compelled :

rr 4 :; presume, simply answer "Let. 'em charity and patriotism, were made and all the effects and joys of goodI to note. j> BananasFor
yy slide." i successful through the business men's ;I health. Get Gude's Pepto-Mangan at The longer we live the more we

y check books. It is thus! seen that"lucre" ( your druggist's in liquid or tablet come to realize the richness of con- ;,

Is not always "filthy," but form.-Adv. served thought observation and study
,, The Telegraph in publishing todayan I
very potent and necessary for religIous That which we have saved comes back i
extract from the annual report I
and moral and that to bless us and to inspire us! on to
dened
{, made to Congress by Governor Hard progress to suffering that they are little ,
the business man is well worth being moved by the misery which lies all better ways and means.
ing of the Federal Reserve Board
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the church. The boy who habitually buries him
recognized by about them. Death
Thin report Is significant from the seems more mer-
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1 The alluded to self in books and healthy exercise anda carload of Hon-
gentleman two
fact it is the first time so far aa we was! once ciful in the country for the refugees; days
himself business and is therefore reasonable proportion of work during -
+ t; have seen, that Mr. larding has a man they sink Into the white covering of
in sympathy with business men. the endless plain and wolves the growing years needs call for
sounded a hopeful note regardingthe strip duras Bananas sidingat
,f i 1t business depression that has been afflicting He can probably see some things their bones. little concern from those who have on
which old-timers who have fallen fathered and mothered him-no mat-
,
$Q Sf the country. The report seems From Perm and Ekaterinburg to
While ter how "bad" he seems. He will
Into ruts cannot the meetIngs
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nee. -
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depot.
to Indicate that he believes we area the Caspian Sea, death Is stalking
will be come out all right in the end.
d nearing the end of the bad times and naturally semi-religious over the steppes. Russians, cossacks
confident that Muster thoughts; then master them.
; t that returning prosperity' Is about at we are enough suggestions kalmucks, glrghiz and tartars alike
will be made and discussions Remember there always comes time
a
y' 4, hand.. are meeting their end with hopelessness dozen
20c & 30c
when the brain is less
1 brought about to instill new life into and patience, begotten of centuries plastic and per
+ a ''r l: The fertilizer trust Is flooding every business and civic conditions, here. of unequal struggle against when the reasoning powers do not
The trouble with Starke is that we political strut as in the time of youth-but, bunch
''t newspaper office in the country extortion and unfavorable cli $1.25 and
lack ]leaders. We have long been rather incline to lean on old sup- up per
defeat
", ,. with propaIl --h designed to matic conditions, made worse by ignorance I
the offer of Henry Ford to buy the looking for a Moses to lead us out of of scientific method of tilling ports. .. !
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f 1if"\; h !d''i power plant at Muscle Shoals Ala., the dreary sands of apathy. The men the soil. ---- --- That which you now save mentallywill '

9 t"j '. but it seems to be having no effect I that could do to are too modest or I American corn will be too late to bring you a priceless income lateron.

l ,\,,' \ whatever In weakening the cause of too indifferent. That our people are I save many of these wanderers thru .

,; I l",.. Mr. Ford with the newspapers. The willing to progress, has been seen on the steppes as well as the families The great Gladstone at 80 had saved NEW STORE at

a .,;j : c "dope" only serves to strengthen the several occasions, when some one has : who have elected to make their fight so religiously in thought processes

I, + t ll' belief that the acquisition of the great stepped out of the ranks and assumed in their villages remote from the rail- that though his body has lost muchof '

} { ,'1 power plant by Mr. Ford would be a temporary ]leadership. We hope ways rather than endure the hard its cunning, his mind still remaineda RAIFORDThis

Y: a. I g national blessing. For our part we these business meetings will tend to ships and death their neighbors have mine of vast wealth and resource.

I'' ; J' ", are willing to make the flivver manufacturer bring out leaders. A minister can suffered along the main lines of trans You can never grow too rich in I ,

J J..' rE'.. a present of the whole make himself a power for good In a portation. mind.-George Mathew Adams in Miami I
;, works.-Bonifay Advertiser. material sense, If he wishes, for he Herald. \
i /'. ;t'- will be listened to with respect and I Entire village populations have died will announce to the public
} '' in the ,
; provinces east of the Volga amitho
? l'. I .Ijd't f:, THE NEW-AGRICULTURE his speaking words, carry every conviction.bread winner Strictly Is a I animals which survive are so weak INSTITUTE AND CONFERENCECANCELLED that I have opened a new stock of :
i
_ .t it is impossible to get adequate horsepower
:' business Therefore that
man. we
Wherever one in Bradford urge
goes to deliver food to the thousands General Merchandise in the Gor-
.1; county marks made by tractor wheels the good clergyman may be encouraged of destitute The public health institute and con ,
snowbound settlements
c'/' are seen on the roads. This is a good by seeing full audiences at these I far the frozen : ference for lay women proposed to be don store building at Raiford
over plains from food suc-
,
k 4 sign of progressive fa ". In the meetings for wj have much to hope held in Jacksonville during the weekof
.
sr ':. few fields hive been from them.RUSSIAN. stations.CENTURYOLD ceeding the A. D. Andrews Co. '
.f.\4, :\ I. past only a more February 27-March 4th, has been
'<,,'. j than simply I scratched by the plow 1 cancelled.
it : but where the tractor Is used the STEPPES WILL BE BRICK PAVEMENTS This was found I ".
'\ SPRANG necessary on account will carry a general line of Dry
_ 'I '; breaking up of land which is the most SKELETON STREWN IN of the limited personnel] of the

\' i fl.J important process in preparing for a state board of health and on accountof Goods Notions Shoes Hats
When the sno'wl melt next spring, In Holland good brick roads. over a ,
: I: crop will be done right. The man ; the stress of other necessary! work.It .
i. who plows by contract is anxious to the Russian steppes will be strewn hundred years old are common according was found to bo impossible to give farming Implements and Groceries.I .

: I. '{: end the work soon, and will therefore with skeletons. They will resemble ,to a writer in The AmericanCity the matter the time and attention

t 'I" .run his machine as fast as hidden and the high prairies of the American cow (New York) and some have even I that would be necessary to make such I I will the highest market
j :;. ; I visible stumps will allow\ him, and the country in the days when big cattle passed the double century mark. Here a large and important proposition a pay price

} t' earth as it leaves the moldboard in41nni I outfits had Insufficient hay to carry in the United States we are told, we l success at this time. I for eggs and country produce. I
ti "d'
1 off an fast till turf t I. broken upi their stock through a hard winter. have brick pavements over a genera

;i i 11'f" I. 1 ,'- and the pulverizing' i ; complete But among the skeletons of cattle Lion in service, which still continue to CO. G WINS AGAIN solicit a share of your business,

': Agricultural experts are apt to split and camels there will be the bones of bear traffic economically. Carbondale -
t-
'', : j," J 4 hundreds of thousands of men, wom- Pa., has one 32 years old; Alliance The local military company won a and promise you the best service

:breaking i en and children who fell exhausted in Ohio 31 years old; Sedalia, hard fought basketball game from and the lowest

; l 7 l i ''I Mt be done as soon as the crops have been their quest for bread; who lived 'the Mo., 29 years of age; Olean, N. Y., the fast Melrose! quintet Wednesday prices.

1 J" I gathered and the fields pastured over, simple liver their peasant ancestors 25 years. The first brick pavement of on the Walnut street court 17 to 13.

'l.j, .. for the coarse trash will then have lived for centuries and had little con record in this country was ]laid about The first half] looked aa though the

I :' ; time to rot before the land is bedded) ception of the political upheaval that 1870 at Charleston, W. Va., and I lasted locals had a walkover, but the Melrose

:; )t %; .' up for crops In the spring. Corn and made this famine more terrible than for many years. In those days paving : five showed a reversal of form and in I|I W. H. Andrews Jr.

,,: ,F:: ,1. cotton stalks and big weeds are turned that of 1891. brick were not manufactured and the second half looked as though they i ,
:j ;il I under out of sight by the big tractor They wandered, and millions of the Charleston pavement was made of had a good chance to win but the lo- '

i ''I !I' ; "?,It\ plows and the vegetable mutter them are still wandering. There was ordinary vitrified trick. The brick cals displayed some fast footwork I I RAIFORD. FLORIDAEDMONDS

f ;1 1, ; if.'V I is thus not lost by burning, as must nothing to eat in their homes, so they pavement of to-day in our country and held them in check. \

i' :; be done when the small horse-drawn started on the trek for bread. Some have their origin in this beginning.The I Co. F. of Jacksonville will play Co. I

+r ) .: aC# ,.,r' plows are used. Disking the land before drifted westward( to the Volga and writer goes on: I G here this afternoon (Friday) on the r.

:; bedding will put It In perfect found death In the typhus-ridden railway "The United States was not the first same court. Both teams have one ,I\ ,

i I '; tilth. centers, or among the horrors of country in modern times to lay brickpavements game and this game will break the
tt. f- ic- refugee camps along the Volga; oth: despite Its brick paving tie. ;t''

1".t j :: J CKRO VII.LE'S PROBLEM: ers started for Turkestan; Volga; and history of more than a halfcentury.For .
HI ",
others moved eastward toward Siberia instance Holland's\ experiencewith I II

,1 1 rs According; to the Green Cove Times -the land of gold and wheat which brick pavements!!! goes back to the d I
.' a Jacksonville engineer In his endeavor has always been so alluring to the time of Napoleon. In Holland, as in children troubliil! wkfi Worms have on uu6Ha.lhyio.or. > ; IrUT iITTERo >')1
s r ) \ i', to find a supply of soft water for Russian moujik who heard little of; the United States the brick used were .wbh It ..niMuiniiiout f b'owl.' und ass
I '"I lr, l\hrrna tiw nrlnns' n'oii"ith U1 >:urbauce.U1WV..S i '1
'' ,h ti v, his city has said that perhaps Kings- its vastness its hardships and its vitrified as are paving brick today. :.AblT-l1" Clot !'IJV''i; .' '.tinaIrirly -a -""
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1, {) +).. ley lake would be used for that pur- heartlessness. The peasants knew "Although no scientific works deals : f'TtvonMSr-e.' ...1. 1"11.
l rrv, .r; '. i pose and Its clear water piped to the nothing of modern ways. They were with pavements as they were developed ulixl T(. ,j .,., -.wt ".?n ,,1,
: I "11 f \"',,, metropolis. The same proposition was unable to buy tickets! on the railways there several (popular authors on thaw pJwb'' '.. '

4. .,t+ ': considered by Jacksonville nearly for- unable to get permits to ride on trains travel discuss these pavements in : {!

T ;i:, } ." '. ty years ago but given up. Even If burdened with the Red army and food their works." 4Aq i

; I('I; ;, the right of tapping the lake could bej for Moscow and Petrograd. When B. E. Stevenson, In his "Spell of

,a; ; "c r., procured, which we very much doubt their animals dropped dead the fam- Holland," says: MeadeUplandLong I I"I
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1 i, i t ., the water In the lake would not holdout ilies walked on always hoping that "For brick brick brick are every-
f :j i''" ;,: long as an even partial supply ,for I food lay over the next knoll.. where.:overhead and underfoot on -

q; Gs'r'''. a large and growing city. Only enough I But the country districts have no edge in the roadway and piled into I StapleCottonseed .v

}I $!,,. i of water to supply a fraction of the grain or If peasant families have a great walls and massive towers. It
enters tho lake from the small conceal it In the I
1 l J.b' it.I evaporation supply they would seem that the Dutch had almost
''I #W' ,,'f. surface and that the springs In the effort to prolong their own lives un- dug away most of the ground beneath

I 1 'sly .' bottom are not so very mighty Is til ano'ther crop Is harvested. In the their feet In order to convert it into I PRICES REDUCED.
4 shown the of the surface' larger there Is food for sale I
: ,, / t" by lowering towns at paving and building materials. I I ,
'I'; :: of the lake as much as two feet during fabulous prices but the starving refugees William Eliot GriTHa, in "Brave Lit- FOR SALE-The Average "FOOT
.'v-; protracted drouths. have neither money nor goods to tle Holland antI What She Has TaughtUs I length 1 5-8 inches and FITTERS" Tom No. I is a Sensible, ;

q 'rt' The Live Oak Citizen mentions ant exchange and can only sit down to ," writes: claimed by experts to be Practical. Durable Comfortable Shoe for every man who seeks '

t ) ;y. other plan said to be under consideration await death or trudge on until they "After the Romans left and the bar- as good *s Sea Island cot- Service-giving qualities---and Honest Construction. '
a for increasing Jacksonville's wa- sink of exhaustion.The barians triumphed ton. Produced (from seed Plenty of Ball
brick-making became
and Toe
j'' ';",. ter supply. This Is to pipe the water' bodies that lie along the rail- one of the lost arts. In the furnished by U S. Bureauof Room. Combination in both Last and Pattern. Fits

t-i' from the Suwannee river. It would roads .re collected on cars and hauledto Rhine delta the Dutch revived the art''' Plant Industry) and arch like a glove. Finest GradeCVfsk' in- .len iron Qutsole- .

i be a costly project both in building centers where they are piled in of molding clay Into oblong forms and ginned on St. Simon's Island heavy oak Insole..-solid leather
,, yt fe and maintaining as the water would frozen snow-covered heaps to await baking them Into stone. Their ma- far removed from any throughout. i

., G" have to be filtered. burial. Freezing refugees remove all terial lay at hand in the rich beds! deposited other variety of cotton. 10 kr
w; ', rt' f From numerous deep wells in Bradford ; garments' from the dead, the frozen during centuries in the sluggish bushels or less $-' per bu. Price

v: 4 I, .l W'. county It has been! found that a bodies are nude when the scavengers river bottoms. They made brick Over 10 bu., $3 per bu. $7.50 per pair t.i
+ .' of soft enough water collect" them.1o'amilies '
{ d plentiful supply houses, walls pavements and road-
: z can be procured.here. The well are drift apart and wander beds. I

? "(: not flowing, but 'must be raised by aimlessly on to their inevitable fate. "So hard are the Dutch bricks burned I A. M. SMITH i J. M. ALVAREZ I

; pump or air. It seems to us that the Human Instincts!!! are lost and they I that the common name Is 'Khnker.' \ STARKEI ,
eta cheapest way for Jacksonville to procure become little bette- than beasts. The Many of them have defied the teethof Brvniwick, Ga. '

i 1 t D 'i1ii''':,';. more water would be to bore city and town populations! are so'bar- time for ages."-Literary Digest. I 1. '

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1922.

-. --,- -- -- BRADFORD COUNTY.. TELE,GRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA_ III ___._ __ .I ACE FiVI:
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| Hun. William :Jennings Bryan was Invited I( health .n ml fixed the circumstantialmotive try and not accept rumor as fact. We drew, Jr., Raiford. 2-2l-2ti :r

tn. address them. In the courseof In all cases as extortions 01'I sro just normal beings Wo are not }tf.

Bits of Lqcaij his address Mr. Bryan made it I attempted blackmail grooving out of ethereal, and do not want to bo regarded FOR RENT-Eight: room, two story,

I lather plain that ho had not become the underworld traffic. Irr drugs by notorious as such. We are law-abiding house, with bath, toilet and sleeping j

n citizen of Florida for the purpose ofcoking ciiininals. citizens, and we rear families, and yet porch. Located on corner of

1 JL Information ''I public office, and set at rest The general! condemnation! of (Hollywood William Taylor's death\ has resulted ta Call and Church struct. See J. C. .'

h jj,, j the oft repeated rumors that ho would however, has brought forth n aspersions being cast on this industry Hunt. 2-i=,l-tf. i ilVAN'TEDMan -

.. I be a cniuliJato: for the United States storm of protest from ninny of tho and! on us." '
to sell the
t .. MsM.C..yr Tar senate: in opposition to Senator Trammel leading stars of t filmdom, who assert I best Ford with car made. +
I I Ojl| Gauge $100 j,
). i
1 that, while unquestionably! there are It's a wise man who knows enough per week and extra commissions. \.

-,------ ---._-- -- err. sonic In Hollywood who are not all to keep his wisdom to \himself. I dente Harbor Accessories Co., > jBentim
MRS. ADKINS) ENTERTAINS THE that they should he, nevertheless not *
Col. J. Hill Williams, of Lake But I Harbor, Mich. itOO.bUYR *
Sternberg's. It HADING) CIRCLEThe all of th.'l..itl..ntll there are vicious Of course, there he peoplo who *
I may
|lcr, had business in Sturke Friday.Peanut I
$:::! 80 land the half e
i and dobuuihed. never lie, but who wants to sit or I I acres! past "a.'
l j Mr. and 1Irs.V.. S. Motes have reading circle of the Missionary of northeast quarter of Sec. 8, Tp. ''
and Irish potato need a1'ickliter's. t; They point out that onl;,- whon one stand l all of his lifo? J'
( 2-17-3t I moved hero from Williford, and are society of the Methodist church met person falls, and the sordid, facts ore 7 S., It. 23 E. A. T. Williams, Jr., r5
; occupying the E. R. Popped cottageon with Mrs. A. Z. Adkins Monday afternoon made Is : owner, Jacksonville, Fla. 2-17-41 ,
N. public, Hollywood condemned.Little NOTICE OF SrOrKHOI.DKKS MEETING I r
Walnut street. at her attractive home on N. is heard Notice iii hereby irv<*n that a mooting of I
J. S. Griner, of Melrose, was a bust they assert, of the f-:
II 4'I
Walnut IItrl't.Mrs. thn Mooklwldrn of t thi llmilford County hank: FOR RENT-Good forty acre 4miles
bess visitor to Starke Tuesday. churches there, of the literary clubs, will 1 !H' held nlflr/ In : Florida' en
Messrs. Lewis Shriver and Fred E. K. Perryman led the meet- of the home lives the 4th :day l'.flt.tM: A. D..rk:1 2 at 7 'tie i I from Starke, ft room dwelling,
happy nnd of the
flaxen of Brooker p. pi.. for the purpoM of hnlilinic an prtlon| with $150 worth lot fertilizer with
,
attended the and the for study
high ing, subject was moral, upstanding flinT to Uttermlno If the .ahl Bradford County
day velvet
Ninety speckled bean school minstrels Wednesday night in modes' of) life and the needs of missionary iiersonasreswho Hunk duel Increnii. I Ita, ....,It..1 atork from I cattle and goats. D. E. Knight,
ced at Bryan's.Dr. lead normal, clean lives. Theyassert R.OOO.uo to $40.000.00 and to do and tr.n.-
Starke. work in Africa. After the 1' such buHinraa Starke 2-l7-2t
I that it pursuant to anld rlnctlonami
is unfair for
the Amur- ,
I to (lcl rmin U the aid bank ahall In ,
study hour, Mrs. Perryntan gave an :.cnn.. IU capitol .Ux k
E. L. Biggs, is in Birmingham,, icon public to judge/ the colony us a > WANTED-Man with car to sell low
Corn J. H. RITCH.
sl.'ell-Stowell's Hilda
Ua., attending post graduate lectures. I Evergreen, instrumental solo and Miss whole because of the actions of a mi- i-10-4t-8-3 C".hlf>r. priced Graham Tires. $130 week t
( Adams' Large, Snowflake, white and Struth sung, "My Sunflower" and "My nority. per
I I yellow Dent. J. F. KicUlitcr. 2.17.3tI Little House," which was! much enJoyed and commissions. Graham Tire Co.,
Mrs. Anna G. Murrhee is having "The public reads only of the vices .'181 Boulevard, Ilenton Harbor,

|Jier residence on Thompson street en- I I by those present. and sing, it does not hear of the virtues PENTAWORUCOLUMN% Mich. It. ,
and Tanlac sirengtnens the nerves and :Mrs.! Adkins served fruit punch and
rged repaired.Mrs. said Rev. Carl Dodd, of
I brings back the normal state of health dainty cakes at the close of the meet- pastor D WANTEDOne hundred live wild,
a large church in Hollywood, and who
L. A. Davis, Sr., of Fernandi- (, through its effect on the appetite and ing. f knows all of the film\ folks intimately. I sound foxes. Will, pay $rt for females f

a, is a guest at the home of her son, | nutrition of the body. Turner's DrugStore "To be decent is to bo obscure, and and $.1 fur males. Ship! aa I

(.. A. Davis, Jr. Starke. CARL OF THANKS the public does not cure about knowIng I soon as caught. Check sent promptly. t :

I that are decent. You do not FOR SALE Porto- Rico seed potatoes Reference, all Danville banks. .,
From the depths of: our bereaved you at $t bushel W. 11. An. W. T. Danville l-4t
My line of millinery must be sold millinery read about the church which Will per Hughes, Va. 2-2 '
hearts we desire to express to the
ithin a week. Hoffman's .
Millinery.Mrs. Rogers started in Beverly Hills. -- ------- ------ -
man's Millinery. kind friends who helped. in ministerIng -
"Neither did you read that Theodore umnmmnmmClIm:>mmmmtmlIIDmmmmmco\tOOClIOmIll.CJIDIDmmmrmnmmmmmammunrommOI: { |! ('W''
to dear father R. R.Vynn, .
D. E. Knight spent Thursday our w
Roberts is several families
Jacksonville, the guest of Mrs. J. Hollis V. Knight, of the Universityof and in the last sad rites to both father out of luck keeping and I bread, In the- I Clocks!
Clocks! Clocks!
Stribling.W. ) Florida, spent the week-end with and mother our deep and true appreciation comforts of life, meeting grocery and
his parents, Col. and Mrs. D. E. of each and every act of
butcher bills, paying for the light,
L. Douglas:'! snoes are down Knight. sympathy and kindness. fuel and rent. Why la. the entire motion Just received from factory, NURSERY CHIME CLOCKS,

price. Get them at Sternrg's. Friendship finds its real expression picture world condemned becauseof also an assortment of EIGHT DAY STRIKING CLOCKS.
in such service has been renderedus
Levi as
Dyal and son, Herbert Dyal,
the few? Why is not the banking t
I and Mr. l\Icl.ane, of Jacksonville, in this time of sorrow, and we sin business condemned and hankers looked Come and look at our great assortment of Watches and

I Col. D. E. Knight attended the state spent Thursday night at the home of cerely thank every one who has in down upon because of the Stillman- Jewelry, Table Ware, etc., now cheaper than ever.
emocratle executive committee meetg 0. J. Griffin. any way assisted or brought comfort
case? Why are not the oil men of tho
.' in Jacksonville Wednesday. with kind words, deeds or gifts of
country ostracized because of Jake U. D. MINERSTARKE
I The U. D. C. will meet next Wednesday beautiful flowers. "Thy words have ,

I Fresh garden seeds-all kinds-at March 1st, at 3:30: at the residence upi olden him that was falling, and ]Harmon Pot-torn, lawyers, clergymen FLORIDA
and of all callings commit
men
ryan's. of Mrs. George A. Anderson, Thou hast strenghtencd the feeble I. :tIIDmIIlllWlUWlUWIIIIIlIIIlIJ41DtDwIIJUlWWmmWmmmmmmmmmmmmm: mmmwwwwwwmmmma .
crimes, but when they do it Is considered
on N. Walnut street. knees. Job 4:4.:

frs. W. E. Brown, of Raiford, was a Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott, Mr. and an individual case and the entire

"lieat the first of the week at the home Milton. Brownlee, Jr., returned home Mrs. L. A. Wynn, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. calling docs not Buffer; but the Sea Island Cotton Planting Seed

Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. Monday evening from Palatka, where Quigley, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Wynn. motion picture business in an excep
tion. When there the entire
one errs
-- hn spent the past week at the homeof Sosnowski Wilt-Resistant Variety. Second year from
business is condemned.
Bunch and Ninety-day velvet bean his aunt, Mrs. A. V.Long. DEATH OF K. G. NORMANR. I I
With thousands of "supers" working Islands.
ed. J. F Kickliter. 2-17-3t
Messrs. J. H. Moore and J. E. Thomas G. Norman, a well known citi- on the "lots," film workers say, it Prolific Yielding 3.25 to one. Free from boll weevil. f

|j. E. demons, of the Brooker seeon of Lawtey, were in Starke Friday.Mr. zen of the Vanderbilt section, died is impossible to keep out undesirables
about 1 Anyone working In a studio is "in pic- Price $2.50 bushel in two bushel bagsf.
was a business visitor to Starke Thomas came to Lawtey from suddenly Sunday morning per
o'clock. Mr. Norman appeared at bed tures." When arrested, any crook ]
ednesday. 'Terre Haute, Iml., a short time ago. b. Hawthorn Fla. *
o.
time to be in his usual health, but who had worked n day in a mob scene, I j fi

{ Give nature a chance. Take Tan- Captain J. T. Hickey is erecting/ a Mrs. Norman was awakened later in gives his occupation as "the pictures":t The A. P. Brantley Co. Blackshear Ga.

Jic, nature's own medicine. Turner's i ii six-room bungalow on his lots, northeast the night by his heavy breathing. She and thus the industry suffers. Once i ,

i ug StorerqW. corner of Jefferson and Sanderson went at once to his bedside and found In awhile, defenders of: Hollywood assort .

streets. Contractor D. Boree is Kiry in the throes of death. some of the stars start a scandal IfCJTIImmmlDOflDll! '(DUf&QIfllflfQQQIininTOKK&ffifllfflQSS mmmmmmmIDmmClDlllUlIDmmmmmID >,

J. Griffin, of Jacksonville, was a the builder. which rapidly, envelops\ the whole in .

guest of his brother, O. J. Griffin, lust MOVIE INDUSTRY SIDELIGHTSActors dustry. But, invariably, these people j'

]'Thursday. Royal Society Embroidery are ones who have sprung into fame"
I
ftiJMrs.> Packages are sold by the leading of( the Silver Sheet Defend almost overnight, who have had no i I

Emma Wimberly, of Mobile, stores of the country. That'n" Themselves Against CalumnyThe education, and who do not know how I

Via., is a guest at the home of her why we sell them. N. Sternberj to spend their money. They point out I II I
brother, A. Z. Adkins. mysterious murder of WilliamD. I that screen players who try to burn'

i ______ _______ Mrs. O. L. Beasley returned Thurs Taylor, noted film director, comIng !i I the candle at both ends find their 1.11-1 .

fjlr. and Mrs G. W. Baisden, of day from Tampa, where she visited close upon the heels of the Ar- i,Teens cut short, for dissipation

Jacksonville, are visiting relatives in her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Dur- buckle scandal and the murder of Paul I puts an actor in a physical condition I

jStarke.S den. Mrs. Beasley was accompanied Kramer, another director, has brought (where he Is no longer needed by a di- .

.\' home by her mother, Mrs. Durden. the word "Hollywood" much into pub- rector. I

I';' J Contractor G. W. S. Cell has begun lic notice the last two months. Storiesof "Hollywood Is 11 community of Elberton Blue Georgia Granite

preparations for erecting the clubhouse Melon, tomato, cucumber, squash, wild orgies In the film colony, situated : homes and churches according to I "THE STONE ETERNAL"

, ';\ for the Starke Woman's Club. okra and limn bean seed in bulk at just outside Los Angeles, Cal, Capt. G. K. Home, In charge of the |

I '<:\\'Io.r-;,, I Kkckl i ter's. 2173t. would tend to show more immorality i Hollywood police station. "Since iI i And GEORGIA MARBLE, in its various hades make

I ;\Bean seed-Stringless green pod and vice existing there than in ancient took up my work here I have found I II |

red and black Valentine and Refugees. If the people who have taken Tan- Rome. I I fewer wild parties than in any community MEMORIALS

'At'Klckl iter's. 2-17-3t lac were to form a line of march in Police officials are at a standstill, 'I of like size I that I know of." t

K* single file, this grand army would apparently, in solving the mystery of i Appeal for Fair Play Renowned
Wiley Robertson, a prominent citijieitj !- reach clear across the American con- the death of Taylor, who was knownas I'1 I Thirty members of the Independent I '

;,of Sampson, had business in tinent from New York to San Francisco one of the most capable directors I, Screen Artists' Guild have issued a FOR ARCHITECTURAL DIGNITY

Starke Wednesday. and extend over 3,000 miles into in the business. Jealously, blackmail j:'statement asking fair play from the '

> the Pacific Ocean. Turner's Drug and personal revenge have all been I|I public in its consideration of conditions and EVERLASTING ENDURANCE g

,You can buy that dress pat- Store, Starke. mentioned as motives, but the clews in the motion picture Industry
from 10 to 20 cents cheap- Three essential factors to considered in buying
tern a-re missing.' Taylor had led an ad- nnd especially\ in tho lives of the motion II mon

! ,er at Sternberg's. ,,Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and venturous life, having roamed throughout picture people. uments, are, BEAUTY PERMANENCY, APPROP

ti y+fc$8'iiTThe from I children, Hugh, Jr., and Mary, mo- the world. He.was admittedly a "We are not rampant with vice," I I I RIATENESS. You have the assurance of this combi-

I\ (.,' most notable shipments tored to DeLand Thursday afternoonto great friend of many leading feminine the statement said. "The American nation when buying our material. i

f tarke" this week have been large visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. stars, two of whom, Mabel Normandand public did not attack all /governors I

tk ftntities,, of beets by E. M. Thomas. J.E. Futch. On their return they will Mary Miles Minter, had been becaus a charge was filed against a COGGINS MARBLE CO. CANTON, GP.

I for at great- spend Sunday in Palatka with Judge much In his company. While his estate certain state executive. The public i i ip Leading Manufacturer of the South
millinery
See Hoffman
''I and Mrs. A. V. Long. was not as large as expected, did not attack all ministers because 4 Field or Special Representative,

':" 'I': |:reduced' prices nevertheless the police have not entirely of a wanton crime was charged: to a I' li W. ELLERY DAVIS. STARKE FLA.
.tttr You make mistake when CLiI ,
,
no abandoned the
blackmailing motive .
preacher of the gospel. All we aRk Is
()trs D. T. Clark, of Jacksonville, work with
Royal Society
you in their search for the
one person that the public bear with this indus 1
( A i been visiting her parents, Mr.'and Embroidery materials. They are 0mmmpmmrlmtM4mmmmmmAtSmClmtli) : 'mmmmmm@mmmmmmmmmmIDmmmmmmIDmmmO
who shot and killed the director
; N..D. Wainwright. the best and fast colors. On sale ------
as he sat In his bungalow after havIng -
at Sternberg's.The escorted Miss Normand to her au- If1WmImmmmmmmmmml!! mlDmmOm lmnllIl lIDCJIJI !ImmmlDlDIIKIIIIIDRmmmCDmman C tmmmmmtlmlmtltmmmmiIImmmmmmmmmCount
i sun hats, 25c up at Bryan's. ,
; tomobile.
rl".ta oyster given by Mrs.
supper
A. S. Crews was In Investigation/ by secret service men
Attorney
DeWitt C. Jones and committee Fri-
of the United
States government Into
''r Jacksonville': Wednesday on official day evening, was a decided success, the Taylor murder has exonerated motion
Your DollarsSOME
' 'iness. as they cleared $11.05. The food sale picture people of any blame what
I' Saturday afternoon in charge of Mrs.A. .
ever and has tended to prove that
, 1 : your eggs and surplus chick- Z. Adkins and committee cleared
blackmail .
ift. by transcontinental
the cash. a gang
Kickliter's and
to get
$13.20. Both affairs were given for of criminals is the most logical solu- MAY BE MISSING

il a7-3t. the benefit of the new club house fund. tion, according, to a statement l issuedin THE ROLL PEELS OFF

lr. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch and chil-! New York City by Director Ralph

n motored to Lake Butler Sunday best Now in millinery is your chance at reductions to secure of more the who Oyler has, of the had federal agents narcotic working division in Los, Some people-good people, too-just can't resist carrying a roll aroundin
of relatives.
were guests than one-half. Hoffman's Millinery.The I Angeles and New York for months. their pockets. And there are other good people who can't resist

L. Alvarez has had a shower bath I. VIII Club was entertained The statement reports findings ofa the temptation to help them, spend it. '
' Billed( in the rear of his barber sensational nature both in New York

by Hill Adams, contractor. Saturday afternoon by Miss Audrey and on the Pacific coast. Director Oy. So it goes-and the
p Johns, at the home of her parents, ler's Investigation into several cases, money goes.
Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Johns. After the Count dollars charge off the missing and the
t verwear silk hose for ladies! and embroidery had been laid he said, had resulted from frequent your ones, deposit rest

m $1 up. Why pay more for aside sewing the honorary members arrived, charges concerning narcotic drugs. in this bank *
Charges of orgies film folk, he
N. among
On sale at
?
aper goods namely: Joe Wainwright, John Powell A bank collects financial for
7ti said, were positively without truth. account moss you. A roll aid the other
and Harold Wall. The
'
Lewis
Kirk

i HOW'S THIS ? will hostess served chicken salad, sliced to- All gave reports the film of his folk detectives a clean bill said of, fellow tq collect the moss.BANK .

ALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE matoes, saltines, olives and ice tea. ,
What we "claim for It-rid your system
Catarrh or IMmfnm cuuje.l by Cal
; l r.dleeaeetrj We do not recommend It fur any Senator D. E. Knight attended the : OF ST A.RKE '

LL'S CATARRiI !MEDICINE' III I a meeting of the State Democratic executive
d. taken Internallv. and act OirouBlj
q ,, held In E.K. PFRKYMAN
blood the mucous surracm Committee Wednesday ,
upon
V'' system thus rmlnclnn. the Inflitmrna- Jacksonville. The 'committee ;'Tmad ATTORNEY-AT LAW E. s. AM TTHEWS Pitt. GEO. C. WHITE CaihkfI
and tiMtntlng Nature. In r..LorlnoE
al condition of the STARKE, FLORIDA .
ii- DI'UIfIfI.t.. Circular' trt.. arrangements for the holding '
1' I J. Cheney A Co., Toledo. Ohio. primary election In June. After the
: business session of the committee,, 1I "' "'utDllKlllIlWIU\WU mIDmmmmIDmylIDr>gffitmtlfmmmmmiDmmmmmClmmtO@m@mmmCtlr. > I


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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 21, I!>22.:

BRADFORD COUNTY TE13EORAPH STAItKE. FLORIDA FlI'

g PAGE SIX --- -- -.. James Humphrey, of Brooklyn, wasa
"trace" of cruder oil, but he. expressed 1
MAKING
FARMER \
GEORGIA: here Sunday afternoon.
visitor
I MONEY! FROM\ FEW COWS the opinion that that was no rl'ason I ""

,r e ............................................................-.- 1 1I I why oil should be found there, as 8u'h'' C. A. Younjjblood in his has store in house a small recently h\'"
i I r.--- 1 I There is an old adage which mi,'s, oily scum on water is nothing uncommon I stock of goods ", .1'
:
I 'I "You cannot eat your cake and have and do not mean anything./ The I built. 01
The Bradford thnt Peetsvillians had picturedid The farmers of our section have
the
With it," but it is an absolute fact fortunes I "," '11l11rl
t I l.nwndes county, Georgia, farmers i,,!I II not materialize-the balm floutir been busy mulching their berries and <.

I I their milk and have it at the samo on the water was not the balm of : quite a lot of truck products- expected ))1 W
Farmers to be planted in our commuiv t,
price for Gilead. Next!
r County : time and they get a good /:, NII
|lit And what Lowndes county ity.
I too. I If 11

._......__.._..........NNn_._._..__.....___._......... M.Nr i! i.irmers are doing farmers in Florida other THERESSA J. H.business Cribbs visitors and daughter to the county Ruby, ..IollCif
and north were
south Georgia t1
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1.\ I counties can do just as well Roebuc seat one day last week.
Theressa, Feb. 21.-H. S. .
MANURE VALUABL. .: Ifs less than on the farm where there, S T. Quarterman, for a number of business in Gaines Last Wednesday a fishing partycomposed woulW
AnD
nAnNY transacting
r are no lice to annoy the chickens? 1 h years superintendent: of the ValdiMt, was I of Mr. and Mrs. P. II. Neal,
week.
the price of feed so low 'or have you::1 I Ga., water system, decided t't i.cquire' ville during! last looking afte and children, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Phillips 31YI
, t Many farmers are still finding thE that can afford to and the first of thiB S. B. Woodurd was and children, Mrs. Mattie High-
much .
you
so money successful a crriretency:
Thursda
/
commercial fertilizers out 01 : I A :: Max business in the county seat ; ,.
of has Mrs. Jno.
j use farm where he Mrs. Alice James,
feed an army of lice to pester you I year went to his tower
+"+ their reach. Where these farmer foi poultry? Among the notable professional mcn been applying himself. Ho: bouifl htI and Friday.Mr. Phillips, Misses Ida Hagan, Hazel boulIan
" ? merly used tons of the bagged.articl of tills, country who achieved fr tSUCCCHI : Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Swindel wer hada
the I and they are "just cows, I Greiss Eloise and Jessie Owsley
hundreds. of pound Unquestionably the answer to jilting strictly iiiimntu; line.' ten cows, among the visitors to Hampton Satur 80m
: 1 they now use only and, irtensive above questions is no. Then, it behooves !' was Ilr. U, V. lVref Devoting 111'1 I as he says, with no especial referen* shfry at Strickland branch on
of It; only the more special attention t.> time specialty of women1' or registration. }o'rom day afternoon. lake. A fine dinner was served now
the of poultry to com- I to pedigree Crystal
Y'j' will be given applies owners diseases, "lio became a rucoirnlie factual W. M. Brown made a business trip]; folk
horn in
crops he has sold I returned
of ten the party ,
.I bat these irritating enemies of pout authority ill Unit, line this .herd cows and
of commercial fertilizer. I to Starke Saturday. $20(
,, j tions need plant food i inil I try. How can it be done? Sodiun Over fifty ycnn ego; fills nol.t'd. cash in the twelve months, but. Mrs..J.' E. Owsley and daughter, the afternoon.J. roW
j"" But most crops fluuridc powder is probably the best 1 ph'Klcl:111't: ': ; ) to the world a Pro I tcr and milk to the amount of $1,20 Saturday H. Cribbs was a visitor to Lake
addition to that naturally furniaheiby scriiition which has never bee: this his herd has had Eloise, were visitors to Hampton i sen.of .
; remedy according to Prof. J. R. Watson In addition to Sunday.
Geneva
E \1 I by In that the noil.need What to be can supplied.we do. Pro How!, of the Florida experiment station equaled. t>r.for Tierce tlio, of weaknesses Buffalo' N.Y.owomen. an increase of six, and these six calve P. M.afternoon.Geiger, of Waldo, was a buss ,I Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Dodd and chil- i A(

} It Is most economically applied to the long since found' out what is nahi I are worth $100. I dren, of Brooklyn, were in our section
the Florida expert visitor here Saturday. iathall
John M. Scott of rally butt fur. women's diseases. lie ness 'I
fowls by the pinch method; that is, a The fertilizer from his herd was were' Sunday.D. .
\ nient station, urges the use of barnyard learned. it all thru treating tbou I S. B. and SI&muelVoodard
manures, stating that these ma pinch of the powder is dusted on the Bands of CIHUS. Th'e result of his, sixty tons, which at $5 per ton mear among the visitors to Hampton Sat i I D. Woodard, of Starke, was a the

that need lead, one under each wing! one on studies was a medicine called DoctoPierre's I $300. From his milk, after gettin business visitor here during the flrst
will largely supply urday.
upwa
nures each thigh, one around the vent, one Favorite Prescription. This the butter, he has raised fifty hog! I of the week.
He says, "Do not let any of it go tc mcdicino li i mudo vegetable; growths hundre Friday night a chicken pilau supper I II
a e ?astc, collect it, protect it, use it." around the breast, and two on the that nature ftunly intended for back" i to weigh more than one was given at the home of Mr. am I an)'
back. ache, IiomluclioeuUeninu. pains, am pounds each; and these are worth six A large crowd mother
Barnyard manure has been compared I Mrs. S. B. Woodard. I 'Tis wonderful how a fond lIiz.
is 1 ,fur the disorders common to which is another $301 .
in Another excellent remedy : part many ; dollars each, server
with commercial fertilizers women in \ life. Women who was present and supper was will dwell upon the vivid imaginationi otIIho
_ L tests with Japanese cane on the Experiment of mercurial ointment, also called lake) this standard remedy know thnl Thus from ten cows he has receive I from 8 until about 10 o'clock Music i her small boy who has just blurted
"blue ointment," and 1 or 2 parts of the of $1,900. To feed hiB
equivalent i
in Dr. Favorite the
PrpBcriptior by
Station farm, and the results Piercp's and dancing was enjoyed young out the truth. toIn
the more aaeline. These are mixed thoroughy they are Retting a, safe woman's tonic I :cows he has spent in cash just $30 while social conversation was ,
show that it produces folks,
and a bit the size of a pea is rubbed I BO good that druggists everywhere sell for cotton seed meal, which makes his I the older folks. At a !
i' economical yields. it in both tablet nnd fluid form. carried on by
on the fowl under the wings and ''ten cows yield him $1,600 net for tho their
' If barnyard manure cheapens the Send IOu to Dr. Piorce'a invalids ; late hour the guests departed for I
{ .j' production" of Japanese cane, it should about the vent. It is not necessary, Hotel! in Buffalo, N. Y., for trial pkg rear with his investment unimpaire respective homes reporting a jolly\ '
: nor even desirable, to rub it over the Write for free medical advice. md still working. 1886
cheapen the production of other crops. good time. ,
,, ; entire fowl as the lice are restless Insects and still have It.
i t At least it deserves being saved, well lot enjoying an opportunity that be : Now, to sell milk Miss Florence Hall was a visitor to Pr.
I II and in crawling over the fowl McLeod who re-
\i cared for, and given a chance to make longs to all Floridians.The mother farmer, Ed Hampton last week. I onSu
little and, are sure to get into the mixture. This I 'ently bought'a carload of dairy cows, visitor to the
our crops larger. It costs Blanton Owsley was a
P I used intelligently will certainly produce I I mixture is cheap, efficient, and easily world is a looking glass, am decided( he would definitely determine ounty; metropolis Thursday. I DAVISINSURANCE 1 1AI
applied. vhat he getting gallon for hit; week-end '
the
was per
? desirable results. rives back to every man the reflection I Percy Woodard spent
One important condition in con. milk He took one gallon of mill relatives. I'
with
of his own face. Frown at it, at Sampson City
trolling chicken lice is to give the at the Friday evening to PoY.
REPORTS from visitor
COUNTY AGENTS' and it in turn will look sourly upor one cow Wilmot Brown was a
fowl abundant opportunity to dust and separated the milk and I
,f 1 I you; laugh at it and with it, and it is milking Hampton Saturday.
themselves. For this purpose, dust,,, lie did the same thing Satur folks enjoyed a ':
Gadsden-Hundreds. of acres of watermelons : a jolly companion.A ream I Several of the young
uir-slaked, lime, ashes, or any light I from an I'I'I pr'T. '
with
will be grown in this coup lay morning one gallon I lance at the home of Mr. and Mrs. .
dusty material is suitable. Fresh,,, ithcr. He carried these two sample:
Conducted fertilize Saturday night.
this a Jallinger I I "
ty year.
earth in which to and tobacco decoction, prop.
slightly damp soap at Ashburrnd
school at Mt. Pleasant, which closed very of cream to the creamery S, B. Woodard and family are mov- I STARKE
scratch or dust should always be erly prepared and applied, means had it tested. It yielded 5 percent this week to the Rowe residence arda
Tuesday nhrht.AlachuaMany available.Of death to the melon aphid or the "lies- butter fat, and he was- paid 22 ng I, .
ast of Hampton. I
? farmers of this the several kinds of lice that 8ian fly," as it is often called. This cents for the cream from each gallon .
l i chickens crawls Insect in a dangerous one of cucum- I I II e = R
this commonly attack one of milk and had the milk left at home -
p b county will plant cotton. year. over the skin, especially under thewinA's bers, cantaloupes, squashes, water to feed his herd of pigs. I attend. : COFFINS & CASKETS r toS
invited to I
melons and other related plants. rybody cordially ,
and the of these
part
posterior
Madison-Spent most of the week on I On such practical showings as M. M. Brinson( spent last week at And a Full Line of L
the body, but seldom gets onto the the Valdosta are '
r formers throughout
fer '
delivering co-operatively bought lake fishing and had extra Undertaker Supplies ,
/ COTTON .CROP OP 1922 trooklyn 0
tilizer. Our farmers are well pleas. feathers. Another is particularly a ow buying dairy cows just as luck. '

farm bureau. feather mite and is somewhat smaller fast as they can secure them, declar- good to'' HEARSE
work of the AUTOMOBILE
ed with the visitor over
; than the body louse. Another com- (Ity W. A. McRae: Commissioner, of ing' it is the easiest and surest way I W. A. Jones was Always on hand. The best service i 1"F,
Saturday.
r Hamilton-Many of our farmers are J Jprl'parlng mon louse that is very injurious to Agriculture) they know of to make real money onthe Hampton Samuel Woodard was a visitor to at the lowest prices. Special z
chickens attacks the head and five times and Live Stock Rec.ord. attention to telegraph or-
land! watermelons and' young Florida used to grow as 1'IIrlY\-Farm\ Sunday. i
is called the head louse. It is best she docs now. The Hampton ers. Registered Embalmer. )1al
t potatoes, and some are already plant. much cotton as Johnnie Williamson spent Sunday
ing. Every community council in the controlled, perhaps by liberally greasIng state is better crtT for the change from withfriends.. alR

county have ordered at least one carload the head with lard. cotton to other products. A few coun- i NO BALM: IN GILEAD ere John Hall, of Waldo, was here durIng DeWTIT C. JONES

of fertilizer through the farm Chicken mites, sucking parasites, ties still persist in raising it to some the week-end visiting his parents, STARKE, FLA I .,

ars bureau. may bo .killed by applying plenty of extent, the crop of the state being furthe I There has been a mild excitement I Mr. and Mrs. M. Hall. }'II
the fowls and ...:8i I jpmDmiKmtftPmuHU
flowers of sulphur on
15,000
1921 approximately outheast
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suburb lying
year in i Peetsville, a '
i I --p' f
farmers' meet about the house. Mite bite and suck of short staple. The growing colored
Bay-Atttended one bnles of Lawtey and inhabited by -
order for I I blood, while lice crawl and annoy.A has decreased 1- -
ing/ ; made one co-operative of long staple cotton people. A short time ago, after Bd

3,628 fruit trees for farmers, saving I even at a greater ratio than short a heavy rain, a greasy scum was seen GENERAL INSURANCE

$1,569.30 on the order; gave three JOB IN TOWN aple. The factory which handled on a pool of water on Scott Strong's

demonstrations in setting: fruit trees; I: : long staple cotton has been moved place. It was shown to a white man, i HAROLD C. WALL I

gave instructions for spraying three Well, Abner, my son that left us, has I from Florida to Arizona. slid he pronounced it crude oil. The

home orchards; inoculated 30 hogs !got his job in town; I The nation has been going through finder, A. J, Strong, was advised to8end I

and answered more questions about But he hadn't got good started when a period of financial! depression. The a sample to a chemist in Jack- STARKE, FLORIDAFIRE

v fruit growing than I can enumeratehere. he had to lay it down.It states hardest hit by this depression mville, and hear his opinion.A BONDS AUTOMOBILE

seems he was drivin' a wagon, a-I are those in which cotton is the leadInlr letter from the chemist stated LIFE, ,

haulin' produce, like, crop. that the material sent contained a II

j Our farmers cooperatively Then, Vount of somethin' or other, the for cotton prices thisvear ." \
Santa Rosa- The prospect . "
shipped a carload of hogs and teamsters went on a strike.I are not flattering. Cotton shouldbe .. ",...- __.,"_'.-..'. "..." ..'-or-",. ..,.. .- -. '. ::. :,.. )I.,... '. .-' _:... ,,-" .. .

1 a carload of sweet potatoes. this wee! grown only as a side line and not : ]

don't know much about unions. It as a main crop in this state. Speaking .

Walton-Placed orders for 8,02 may be they're all right. in general terms we should raise '

.4 June blueberry plants, 340 pecans, 33: 'Pears like it's funny to me, tho, to' more of the things that we are importing TRACTORREDUCTION

4 peach and 1,425 Satsuma orange tree always bo in a fight.I -meat, dairy and poultry FORDS ON

rI L during the week. Also ordered :fou reckon they got to squabble, the way;; products. Every farmer should be ,

r carloads of fertilizers. On these orders Both sides is thinkin' only of wha able to produce sufficient for home f

the farmer saved hundreds of they can git in a day. consumption of these articles. !

dollars. f!' To those who purpose planting cotton !

} I wouldn't say this to Abnor-I don' a few suggestion might be worthwhile

St. Johns-At the Tampa fair thi; I like to hang no crepe- : i E

4 county received 19 ribbons, 12 of But seems like it's nicer work when 1. Plant only a small acreage tc I C

which were blues. there ain't so much red tape. the plow and that on good, well drained ,

1''r After all, the :farm is safer, when i It land. !

Duval-Several new members have< comes to earnin' your bread, 2. Plant the best seed possible tc wears r

i been added to our adult corn club' An' it's a whole lot surer savin' when get and from early maturing varie I = II o .

contest-getting the old folks inter you're tryin' to get ahead. ties. I '

1 I. eiited as well as the young ones.CONTROLLING 3. Plant early. I ..a aN

The man that's doin farmin' has.bus!. 4. Fertilize well. t Y
) a o ,O
'.. POULTRY LICE an' home combined well. -
; ; ; ness 5. Cultivate often and 0 \\I

\ ," An' when there's labor trouble, he 6. Plant as far away as practicable -.

I r Can a sitting hen be blamed for ain't scared of gittin behind.In from hedge rows and. rubbish,,, e \

leaving her nest to get away from cities there's food an' clothin'- where the boll weevil can hibernate. e

,y,, lice? Is there any wonder the num that takes near ever' cent, 7. Pick up the first squares that

t Ym ber of eggs on the lice-infested farm An' what there is left over has got tc fall and burn them. 'I .

r.h -- be paid fer rent. 8. If seed I.i to be purchased, get e

NEXT DOSE OF CALOMEL -From Oklahoma. them from non-infected farms, if pos. ,
!MAY SALIVATE YOl e
i' sible. I
CHIPSA These d'cections are not hard to fol. o
It Is Mercury, Quicksilver. Shocks low. They only ask the farmer to I 0 0 /
Liver and Attacks Your Bones good sire means the beginning of j
plant and handle his cotton crop in a
a good herd; a scrub sire means thbeginning <
business-like
Calomel salivation fs horrible. Il of the end. way. I IN PRICES

} swells the tongue, loosens the teeth Young people .enjoying their first
rheumatism. There's nc The dairy cow's the cow for me, I l
starts
and
It is
foolish. a
calf love are never 1922''
y take sickening She the bills; EFFECTIVE JANUARY 27TH
reason why a person should pays grocery serious and momentous occasion for ,
b $ calomel) when a few: cents buys She lifts the mortgage, keeps me free, them. I .

a a large bottle of Dodson's Liver Tona < My life with pleasure fills.


; n) is- a perfect pleasant substitute vegetable for liquid calomel.whicl II Sneeze into your-handkerchief not A TONIC Now $3,95. f. o. b. DetroitThis

Drove's Tasteless chill Tonic restores
will start your liver just as surely M into the community; you get just as

calomel, but it doesn't make you sick good a sneeze, and the community Enriching Energy and the Vitality Blood. When by Purifying you feel and its remarkable reduction in price will tend to lighten the physical burdens of farmers and aid .

1 and cannot salivate. may avoid an epidemic. itrcngthenintf.Invigorating effect see howt them to produce maximum croat reduced cost. We can make immediate delivery, and carry .

Calomel is a dangerous drug, besides after all brings color to the cheeks and how' on hand at all tune a complete line of Tractor parts. .
sick best farm implement, ,
,it may make you feel weak, The
pi If he lets that It improves the appetite, you will then'
and nauseated tomorrow. Don't lose is the farmer's brain.,
tj t apprecIate Its true tonic value.Jkovo's W. ANDREWS JR.
4 a day's work. Take a spoonful of rust out, like, some do their cultivators Tasteless chill Tonic is simply J. ,
'' Your druggist says if you he might as wlIgo out of buaiiess. -
necessary. ron and Quinine suspended In syrup. So Florida
to i don't find Dodson's Liver Tone acts peasant even children like It. The blood Authorized Ford and Fordson Dealer. Starke,

r m will\ wake up feeling great. No salts leeds QUININE to< Purify it a.nd IRON to
c better than treacherous calomel, your The Florida family that does not Enrich: it. Destroys Malarial germs! and

Dodson's Liver Tone instead and you have fresh fruit and vegetables on its I Jrfp germ by Its Strengthening. Invigor

f a money is waiting for you.-Adv.-<58 lining table every day in the year is ring Effect. 30c- '

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Sunday.Vnsioo. 'tey. I I The fellow who is fond of hearing I :MANY STATE OFFICIALS I :TEISMSOF : Some
lawyers are so energetic they .
Hazen of .
through hero Pine Hill, passed I Charles HlBgtnbothnm of Maxvillo, Ms own VOil .- rnn seldom! understand OFFICE HUE TO EXlMItE I perform a double duty. They got !Into !.f .,

Sunday.A. spent a. few days with relatives in why other people are HO dcuf. ,

I j'lIl', tho land !sake, Slivoi', who" II. Warren and wife pent Satur Lawtey Inst week. ._ I congress anil the state legislaturesand
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I -- -- Nomination
I Are to Ito Made In the help] make the laws and then aid '
h ,\ c :v iu boon? J.Vbeen hunting nIl] day: afternoon in Graham visiting his John Browning was transacting Don't I.,. t >o so\i M, > ,-i t .I1.j I 'l1H1intl. June PrimarU'n '..
I their clients to evade/ them.
'I i (own for you. parents, Mr.\ and Mrs. W. R. Warren. business in Starke Friday. .. .spoilt, I i hilil! I i i II.> n ,. ,upi \> :

(oh DeWitt C. Jnm-s and I have Leslie Greono, of Vine Hill, was in I Julius Eunice of Port Tampn, Ir 01 d of i lu. L".. !P H x \"\ ': i i ilc.( Tallahassee, -r-Feb.: 18.-Tho record Beauty that is only skin deep I Is A '

.,it-en out Mulling International trueturn. our auction Sunday. spent Sunday at his home near Law. :1 1nf the secretary of state show that not ntwn.vH beauty.. Itpaint. 1-- quito often
Guy Andrews, of New River '
t passed toy.
tn'ms.ot office of
many state officer o"I "
did sell through here Saturday while I !!
Well ? onrouteto
you any : expire within tho
and
Altman of coming
Buddy Starko visitfd year, t -
Brooker.
No not today but we would have relatives] here Friday. I provision to huvo these offices placed] I fto\\Worm ;;;11-; hild- \

if tho man had been at homo. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Markee Mr. and John Mare, of SUrke was visitin on the ticket for tho primary election { All children trouble with Worm ham an unI I.I I.

Jones has already sold 4 tractors and Mrs. W. Warren, A. L Greene D. relatives in Lawtey first port of th. ; ill June\ will doubtless be nindo by the I h-Millhycolor which Indicate poor hlmxl and a*a "lI 'Or ,
J. O. Green and W. R. ( I nun... there la mure or teen fttomurh disturbance.
if this man had been at home that Hodges were week. state democratic (executive committeeI ;I C.KOVK; TASTELESS CIII10. TONIC Hived rnguI .

would have been five. /guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Thomas Grover Highsmith of Jacksonville Profits I I which convenes Wednesday February I' larly InipmvAtheillftoBtlon.andactasaftnneralSirurjitthenlnit lot, two or three week will enrich the hluod.- ,1'1.,
Sunday.
Who has he sold to? 22nd in Jacksonville. The I I
is spending:! a few days at the honu following !Tonic to the whole yniem. Nature will then ,
Just lately? are found I olflces must be t tilled: throw!or dlnpel the worm.and theChlld will he
LAWTEY of his grandparents Rev. and Mrs! lu iKTlm he*'.... Ploaaant to tako. 7So per heals.hTIt'IC .

Yes. E. I). Do 'er. only in United States! senator Park Tram- OP APPLICATION F Riiiiii:

Why let's see. Frank Morgan Mrs. H. R. Sapp was a visitor to Healthy LivestockOld mali term expires March, 1023.Representative Notice' I 111 horvhy "Kw, >n thnt we. the under* r
J. M. Lawtey, Ftb. 21.-E. J. Roberts wasa in Congress litnnil and.' our a'oeinl, >H will on 'Mareh 6. -
Norman J. >*
bought one S. Nor.
Starke .
visitor to Baldwin Wednesday.Mr. Reliable Mustang Linimentstop810ssesbykeepingatockbealthy. V I U. IIIJJ. amdy to the tlon. A. V. Lonu..Indue .
man and Enoch Griffin That's going Thursday.Mrs. and Mrs. D. Higginbotham and! First congressional district. II. J. nf tho Circuit Court In and for llrnd-
W. C). McCormicK of Gainesville I ford County, Florldii, at his off.ca In tho city
some, too. You see the price is down children spent several days with relatives SOOTHES whlto CURING Drano Lakeland term expires March ,nf rnlntlift. Putnam County. Florliln. at one
is spending a few days in Law- I o'elork In the *. M., thereafter
I an no tn
4 I 1923. or
now. International is after the Ford in Maxvillo last week. Aa Alcohol N. Sting No Tartan ..
nt the 1 mm we ean bo h nr"l. for an ordir lneori>omtlntf
teyl home of her
folks on prices and have cut the prico sister Mrs.A. Edward Marr of Highland was a Mustang Liniment is made of pure i Second congressional district Frank nil anil. our aumielHten Into n Itody Corporate
A. Smith. to I Iw known aTHE WOMAN'S CLUU OF
$200 and giving a plow or disc har- visitor to Lawtey Sunday.Mrs. healing oils. When rubbed freely ('lark Gainesville term expires March STAUKE.! .
Mrs. James Goodfello and children into the hide. it penetrates muscle I The nltji'Ct ,.r aalil Corporation la to work
row free. The next cut they : Brooks Starling of Jacksonville 1 I. 1023. .
for
may returned homo from lust and tissue to the bone, thereby over mpntal and' moral development and eivlaImprovement.

send out a man to run the tractor free Wednesday after Tampa few is visiting relatives in Lawtey coming the ills of cattle,hogs,sheep% ; I Third cpngressional district' J. II.Smithwick The'I) proponed. corporation email not "hn for

of charge. Then I will get a job. spending a days this week. mules, horses, etc. Fcnsncolu term expires profit but it may receive, own and adminia.

All of these farmers are well sat- with Mr. Goodfcllow who has been) B. L. Blanchard of Jacksonville, SaV& mills I-cter. Mexican Jirfcaonvllln. Cn/ ,- March l, 1923. ter properly of the for corporation.Thv the entnliHHhtnent!. and. niambtnnncv p
I used Liniment
isfied with their tractors and gettIng sick.Miss ;I spent Sunday with his family. on a cow of mine thut your...... aunertnn from Fourth congressional district W. J. of proponed the Clerk charter! of In tho now Circuit on nio Court In tlioiilTIre of
Mary Bayer returned home a caked udder. She woe relieved lit I
all the plowing they can do. Now is from Charlie Shaw, of Raiford was a from aiifli-riilff and completely cured day In Sears KisHJmmce, term expires :March' IliadfWd" cu"n'VRR; Florida.
Jacksonville W. K MIOIH.F.TON.M .
Tuesday after "
the time to buy. Present prices good : a visitor here Saturday. bout S to 6 days. 4, 1923.JustIcs: W. C. POWPI.L. I'' p1Mint.
weok's stay with relatives. H. Fl-her.New". ..N C. "Ourdelivery .
John .m. n. M. INMoN.III .
up to next May 1st. DeWitt Jones Miss Wilmer Rov. Boyer filled his appointmentat h..w.llao bndlvatove up In hisfore of the Supremo Court RS. C. A. FUTCH. Ir
Blum hard
was showing me a new tool to use on to Starke Wednesday.Mrs. was a visitor the Baptist church Sunday morningand him.leg iiyuama and ahould Mexican pt hilt Mustang we could Liniment not use II. F. Taylor Tnllahnsneo term expires S-a-4t-2-24.! is.

any machine. It cuts wire, turns any evening. on Mm, he wna completely" cured and I..- first Tuesday after first Monday -
A. II. of coiuliuao." ORDER FOR PUIII.ICATION
the beat
Harley returned home stored to I .
size nuts and in fact makes all kinds in January ,11)23. In Circuit( ( ...Irt. Hlnle of Hnrlilii... Eighth
I from Jacksonville the first part of FREE WITH 2Sc TRIAL BOTTLE I Judlolftl (.I."It. Ilradford County In Ch.n.rtory. -
of wrenches. It is cheap everyone last GRAHAMGraham ; S _a aoiui braa "l'utandTike" Jefferson It. Brown, Tallahassee, .
week where she was called on account TODDLE TUP. Luleat Annie K:. 1' t1\1.\ joined by her himhniKl .
should have one. I'm going to get craze-get term expires first Tuesday after first
pa of the illness of her daughter onel Send 2S cenla m atampa or coin for and' next friend A. N.
to buy me one. Only cost $1.63 andI Feb. 21.-Mr. and! Mrs. Trial Bottle(llouneholdSue)MuHtami Liniment I Monday in January 1023. IVtllfc
Miss Mattie who( is a nurse in, St. and get Toddle Top b"l"t.ly frva.. Complainant.va
need it in my business. Luke's hospital.Dr. Simmy Thomas were business visitors Lyon Mf .Co,41 So.KlttU Su: 'lU1nl'I.'t.25cGOc$1.00 Railroad Commissioners ,

to the county seat Tuesday. I K. Hudson Burr, Tallahassee, term I FlorenU Freymuth and CatherineKrvyiiiiith
his wife,
ZIFF J. II. Carrodine was a visitorto Messrs. E. J. Murrhee and Truby expires first Tuesday after first Ili'fenilantU .
Sold and General Store
Jacksonville Monday. by Drug 1\Ion'I' appearlntt by amdnvlt appendml 1 to th*
Rev. E D. Dyal spent Wednesday in Starke on 'TA.Good Old Standby Sinct 1843" 1 day in January 1923.A. MM fllul i In the alxiveiilated, euime. that Flcir.rnla .
Ziff Feb. 21.-Mr. and Mrs. S. L. } Boyer returned home the buslnl.'ss.'I' MEXICAN I). Campbell Tallahassee, term hreymillli and Catherine ....)'m..th. the
first part of the week from Baldwin. ,defendant ther.>in named. are non-realdt of
Prescott are receiving congratulationson Earney Dowling of Hampton was a expires first Tuesday after the first I the HUte of Fh.rlda.. and they are reaidentaof
Miss Ida Bass of Jacksonville was in 10211.: the City of Wahiflirton. I). C.. 2KU( KlrtMl
the arrival of born Monday January
a daughter, business l caller here Thursday after-1, MUSTANGLINIMENT reel, N. W. and mrs over the axe of twenty -
!.:.!,"........1.n,, .TToK. v. 1O.v. the guest Sunday of Rev. and Mrs. E. I Circuit Judges I one yeara ; It la therefore ordered that aald
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D. Boycr. noon. nnn-niildcnt. rtefendunta, ,Ito and are hen-hy. iwo
Mrs. J. B. Thomas and daughter, :Mrs.! Tommy Wasdin and son, Er- ': Judge A. G. Campbell of first judicial iiulred. to apltear to the hill of complaint filed.
DeWitt C. Jones of Starke was n In tuiil on or before Monilny the 6th
eaiwe
Alva spent the week-end at Cooler nest, of Waldo, spent Friday night cir'uit.'rm\ expires June H, 1923.! lay of March 1\. P. IU22 otherwlHe tho at-
visitor to first of the
Pond guests of her daughter Mrs. Lawtey part O. Judge R C. Love second judicial IfKatlonH of Nadl). l bill will bu taken aa eon-
: week.A. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.I| -- 'I r....'., hy nald defendanta.
W. II. Shaw. Dyal. -.. circuit( term expires. June 8, 1023. It IN further ordered that thi. order. be pub
A. Smith was transacting business four consecutive weeks
llHlied wewa for
Elders Duncan and Clark of Utah in Jacksonville several days last Joe Durchell made a business trip reo .ttO. ..:t'1DcI "Utt I Judge M. )'. Home, third, judicial In tho stir Ilradford a County Telruraph.. a. nuwa

I preached at the home of Mr. and Mrs.T. to the county Seat Saturday. !.', ,lit If h, fee' ,Ls "trviiiu8TATK circuit, term expires June K, 1123.I paper Thin piibtlnheil February In I, 11)22.irnld county and atate.

D. Dyal Friday night. week.V. Messrs. Irving and Truby Dyal Ru- a. .i .540' 0. Judge George Couper limbs, fourth O. W. ALDPRMAN.
B. Carlisle, of Atlanta Ga., was! . !I Seal\) Clerk Circuit( Court.
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Born to Mr. and Mrs. Horrie Howard fus Jones and son, Wilbur spent Saturday judicial, circuit, July] 2, 1023.: :! Hy C. KNKiHT..

a son, Tuesday Feb. 14th. a Roberts.guest Sunday at the home of E. J. in Waldo attending to business. moOI'S) ASKKII TOK/ 11Y JudgeV.. S. Bullock, fifth judicial : E.: M. ,rOHNSt.Hollcltor Deputy Clerk.

Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Thomas and Arthur Brown was a business visitor llAKKIt COUNTY SIIKItlW circuit June II 11)23.\): I for Complainant. 2-3-nt-S-S
Mrs. E. L. Biggs and little of
daughter, Hazel made a business trip son, to Starke Saturday. Judge M. A. McMullen sixth judi- NoritK OK 4I.if: OF iino.niiono I run

to Waldo Saturday. Starke Sunday. were visiting relatives here Prof. Alvin Wasdin of Mucclenny, Jacksonville, Fui. Tvb. I IH.-\lac-I: clan circuit term expires with next) 'I'I't'N'r la IIJNTY wlven that IIONim the board ofImnd

Miss Rhoda, Thomas returned home is at home for a few days. flenny, sent of' Maker county, on (leD ate. triwteea. of Ilradford Couot),. Florida will
Clifton Brown, of Gainesville, spent I rmu.ivetie.I. bun for tha purchaNe. of inno.
Saturday after spending a week at the: week-end at the home of his Bob Surrency and Aileen were business the verse of a fi-iulal, warfare. Appeals Judge James W. I'erklnn> seventh OOIHIO of county bonda of the county of II.....
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Lake City guest of her aunt Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Brown.parents I visitors to Starke Saturday afternoon. havi iH'i-n miide to Sheriff Mer- judicial, circuit, June 21)! 1U2I.: nliBrl\::; : \.,y of of 'Florida March: tYa.tu:: and Incluillnir ,

Onie Hunter. ritt of ])u\al county for assistance. Judge A, V. Long, eighth judicial Maid eotinty locus ar to lie duted. the flrnt
Fred and David Moore visitorsto
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mott are the Starke) Tuesday. were I :Mrs. O. W. Dyal spent the Jake Wilkinson 18, has> been fu-rl- circuit, April 2lt, 1023.Judge : : day nominal: of Ja I lotia niniary of IIMill.00. I I1IU2(:: ami eauh are, and to to bo hear In tie In**

proud parents of a son, born Monday I end with her daughter; at Waldo.w'ek-I ously wounded und Kill \Villiumn 22, N. J. Jones, ninth judicial U>rent nt the rate of alx I, per cent nor annum
Miss Rachel boyer of Jacksonville I payahlu aeml-aunually. on January let anil
Feb. 13th. I Mr and Mrs. Shaw and little daughter -, formerly of Milton hut lnu, 'n capturedby circuit June 11, 1023.Judge ) I July Iflt of earh year with Intoreat eouponaattauluil.

Mrs. J. B. Thomas and daughter spent Sunday with her parents Rev. at the hand of six \vho ambushed The prlnchial and fnlerent of aaldeounly
Rrooker
of spent Sunday i a men John :S.:,; ICdwurd. tenth judi- the banklnir. hounttnf
and Mrs. E. I>. DO 'f.'r. linndn are payahlii' at
Mrs. R. B. Thomas spent Wednesday I home of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Thig- the two on the road south of !\tllcd..nney nil circuit Juno II, 11)2:1.: : the Hanover National Hank. In the city
Miss Eva Futch of Jacksonville is 1.7
and nlitte of New York.
at Graham guest of -Mrs. Lonnie this morning. Judge H. Pierre lirunning eleventh ,
pen. ; The amount ef bonda offered for *alo (I.
few with her
Reynolds. spending a days parents, I O. W. Dyal and daughter; Ruby, The shooting in. thought to have judicial (circuit Juno It, 1023.):!:! lnno.000.no) and tho principal of naid county
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Futch. I honilM Hhull IMI uu. and payahlu In ..rh.. from'
. We are very glad to report the improved spent Sunday at Waldo with Mrs. T.I been done by sympathizers of T. li. Judge George Whitehumt1, time Ova tot thirty yeara, reaperllvely., froftl ilntdlheri
of Sam of tho MIsS Mittie Padgett went to Jacksonville I I naval stores .if, and to be litaueil In urn's. Midi( will
I condition Pans Waf',din. Henderson! wealthy operator twelfth judicial circuit, May 30, 1923.
Mureh
Saturday to spend! some time. i he accosted up lit two o'eltuik I' m, on
I. Louise section. Miss Ruby Thomas of LaCrosse, who disuppiTi-d taut week ROIl Judge; I,'. M.' Ivohlen thirteenth judicial ''I, I I". a. All blildera are required to di-ponl. '

: Ellery Thomas of Crocker spent with Miss friends.Nelle Roberts visitor to uporit Sunday here'visiting! relatives. : whose body I is lu'lif'vcd! nt the bottom circuit, Juno 20, 102.1.: .with.l Imml(' A.triule Futch, ,at...Stark neeretary.. Florida of sail. a hoard certlllid -

\ Sunday with homefolks. was a Carroll Atkinson, of Brooker wat( I of St. !Marys river. Judge C. 1.. Wilson> fourteenth judicial cheek eaual to 1 per ent of the amount
Jacksonville Frid.iy. of bid auld' check to ho payable. to the Imardof
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mills and chil; a \ tailor here Sunday afternoon. I This was I ho information which was> cin'lIit. June 8, 1023. iKiml tniHteen, of lliadford. county Floriila.All .
Henry Bennett of Jacksonville was and Miss' Inng diHtnm-i' ,I Mddera. shall mireifjL' tho I aaiount. ofliuniln
dren of Graham spent Sunday hero I Messrs. Edgar Oliver obtained here today over !
F.;. C. David fifteenth ju.li
transacting business in Lawtey Friday Judge; kid, for ami the time within which thehldilen
guests of their sister Mrs. Annie Grade Sparks of Mountoooha vj lle'l telephone from residents, nf 1\fllcCIn-1! dill circuit .lime I 13 1023.) : j will comply with the Urnu "),..r.u'
and Saturday.Mrs. I Mrs. Ray'' ofllvt and after notir,, I In .ulven by the sail clerk of sail
Lewis. their mister here Sunday thelOVerlwr't! reportsto '
ny / Charles O. Andrews, of bonila
Susie Addison visited relatives Judge/ seventeenth i hoard uf bond Irualeea that delivery
t McKinnoy. the sheriff's office here. can )be ,nsle.CurtlO.'d .
in Starke Friday. I judicial ,circuit June 3, 1023.: cheek ..I..... referred lo la to beilelHjHlud
BRADFORD James Thomas and and other I I Mrs.' Alfred McKinney returned on The reason for the nho family/ : of Williams BtibniltU"e and In the event of
Sunday from New River where she and the kidnapping with the bid
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Solicitor L. I>. Howell
relatives are upending a few days county the eec.1.itane of niirh bid and the failure ontho
Bradford Feb. 2 .-W. II. Harrell had spent two weeks with her son, 1 in> thought to have been done July It, 1023.Monrou : rat of the bidder, to Comply with the
in and located in Mrs. J.
Lawtey are .. thereof sloth he conaldereit aa liquidated
of U same
who rm
of !Henderson
friend! are
Charley.Mr. by
and family visited relatives in Alach. E. Brown's cottage near the depot .county urine, W. H. Har- dumauen i and bu retained by the aiild
ua Sunday. 'I and Mrs. Percy Jones and children -! the Cpu icm Hint the two men were responsible riM June 9. 1023.: Solicitor; Arthur board of bond tniat.ee
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Thomas
Mr. and family few issued unionChaallr
spent a Hall eounly honda are to be
of tho
Rand Crews visited friends at months in Lawtey several and Miss Leta Starling spent I for the disappearance Gomez June 21, 1023.: S8., of the BueelelAota" of 1U2I of
Brooker Sunday.C. years ago : the week-end with relatives at Lu- naval stores num.Jacksonville the Slat'* of Florida, and to be leaned foe theI'U'I"
and have many friends here who were State Attornej ". of irradlnu. and hard" aurfaelna eer
M. Andreu wife and daughter them. Crosse. I Fifth judicial circuit George W. I lain puhllo roailn,, and. liuprovlnv. and .iiradlntfether
to
triad see They were enroute I of Waldo visitor Feb. >. Sheriff Rowo puhllo, mute of emil Hradford county,
Harry Eddy was a -
Fay business visitors to Worthington Juno 13 1023. .
were from Tampa to their home in Terre- Scoficld, Inverness Florida.The .
Saturday afternoon. I-id. here Sunday afternoon. of Baker county, h.I'phonlnblt/ Kighth judicial circuit, A. S. Crews, laid hoard) of bond trunUea ...rve the
haute will lead Christian Endeavor where It was rluht to reject any and) all bld.
Group from Macclenny
Donald Sistrunk of Worthington Dan .',.Vhnson cf Rafor-! was n one night Sturke Juno 0, 102.: lly enler of the pail bar) of "bond trunUea
Sunday. night. Everybody in reported by citizens Saturday that of Urailford County "'1",1...
passed through here Friday.J. visitor to Lawtey Saturday I Tenth judicial circuit 1). O. 110(1.1'8.t."keland. / .K. H. MArrilF.WS.Chairman .

V. Edwards was a visitor to New Mrs. Dues visitor to vited. Jake Wilkinson hud been shot and furiously .July 'I I, 1023. Board) uf llond TrunUe.
Henry was a
Junior C. E. Saturday afternoon at founded another man kidnapped Allotl
River Friday. Eleventh John C.
judicial circuit
Starke Thursday. C. A. FUTCH.
Sumner Andreu moved to Worthington Miss Debbie of Woodlawn .two o'clock. I and that serious trouble was expected -I Grinning: Miami June !0, 1023.\ :!: BeereUry Board of Ilond Truateea. ;'

Phillips _. -- -. declared the little county, seat 2-IO-Bt-J-lO.
last week. in Thursday while on her Twelfth judicial( circuit.. S. W. I.aw- .
was Lawtey ---- --
Edwards the of Val- I People who say nasty things about i town was (quiet thut Wilkinson was ] Fort 15 I'UIII.ICATIOV
Coy was guest home from Thercssa where she I ler, Jr., Myers June 1023. ORDER FOIL
way other people behind their backs should' shot "probably accidentally"< and that I Tn rlreult Court HlaUi of Florida. KluhlbJuilellal
bren Harrell Sunday. has been spending several days with ( Seventeenth judicial .circuit J Oil. H. Circuit, U rail ford' County, In Chancery.
: wait until their victims are close the reported to have been kidnapped .
James Crews at the man .
Juno :
spent Sunday and friends.E. j Joires Orlando 9, 1023.
relatives .
'enough to hear and turn around, the street there to- l I'.n Banner,
home of W. M. Harrell. J. Roberts attended the Primtivo was on State senators in even numbereddistricts Complainant.va .
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Clarence Scan, of Cross City, parsed Baptist church in the Vanderbilt section i Then they wouldn't say 'em and thli nllCht. and in districts 0 I and 27. Anna Soils S.......
would be beautiful and world.Hastings' that he telephoned
through here Sunday enroute to a loving Sheriff Rowe admitted Members of the house of representatires. Defendant.
Sunday. ft aiipnarlnic 'by alTldnvIt antwniled' to the
Brooker. Sheriff Merritt of Duval, yesterday IoIIn% ,! Charles Dinkin! was a visitor to had been llelle Kuwur. the defendant therein named, I.
Seeds stating that one man
J. W. Surrency spent the week-end Five county commlfwioncrH each
Jacksonville Sunday. a nnhlMit of the Htat of Florida and lahldlnir
here with homefolks. killed and another wounded and requesting I and eoncenllnif hernelf an that aervle
Mrs. L. II. Hilt and Mrs. James 1922 Catalog Free rush to county. cannot "he had) upon tier and I. over the air.
Dave Hall and little niece and neph Merritt to deputies Three members board( of public in.trllctlon. nf twenty-one yetirat .It I* therefore ordereil. .
Starke Wednes
Barr were vistors to It's ready now. tOO handsomely illustrated assist him, but when nuked! why he that sail' reeldent defendant be and 1 i. hereby
ew. Wilma and Frank mnfawv! to pages of worth-while seed cnch county. required, to appear" 1<, the bill of aomplaitit
Worthington day.A. :sent the message he replied "that was Justices of tho and constable III.d) In aald) eaun on nw before Monday, the
Sunday.A. for Southern
and -
garden news gardeners peace
his .. .
H. visited daughter SLIt .
Harley about another dny f Mareh 10. olherwlne the) alienation
A. Edwards of Palatka is looking Jacksonville and farmers. This new catalog; I'i matter. *, where there are vacancies. of nald hill) will b. taken aa eonfeaaeil
Miss Mittie in Sunday.W. denounced what he cain defendant.'
who by
we believe is the most valuable seed [ The sheriff (
after business here this week.
F. Godwin business I It I. further ordered that this onlee .he
was transacting "
book ever published. It contains 100 i termed "incorrect reports said rcHiI On cold wintry days we quite agreewith puhllnheil once week for lour eonneeutlvewiMrka
In Jacksonville! Monday full pages of the roost popular ve*. I dents of Mac<'lenny probably were Rl.cit.(1 In th* Umilforil. County TeleHraph.. anewpaper
WATERMILL tho scientist who avers that the uuhl nhed In nald county and atat.
Mrs. Noah Crawford of Baldwin, tables: flowers and farm crop plants. little Saturday but reiterated This January 24, 1922. .
visited relatives In this section Sun- the finest work of its kind ever at north pole has shifted its position. G. W. ALDERMAN.: .
tempted. there had been no trouble and that heexplOct.d The pesky thing ban been trying to Seal) Clerk Circuit Court.Dy .
Watermill Feb. 24. C. W. and E.
C. 1\. KNU1IIT.
lie said he believedhe
M. Hazen of Pine Hill In this day.P. With our photographic Illustration none. break through our immigration laws. Deputy Clerk.
were L. Dinkins of Jacksonville, spent '
: and( color picture also from photo ( knew the identity! nf the pp.rlnn' FLOYD r.RF.P' C R. A. C.RFKN.:

section last week. the week-end with hit family. graphs. we bow you Just what you can :|who shot Wilkinson! yesterday mornIng As a rule the man who Is willing totackle Sidlcltora ton Complainant., l-27-5t-2-24.

R. B. Thomas and Purvis Lewis of R. M. Tracey was a visitor to Mac- Straw with Hasting Semis even before but that far no arrest had been )
HO
a difficult task doesn't find it so MASTER'! HAf.K:
Graham, were business visitor here clenny Saturday.Mrs. you\ order the seeds. Our catalog made. Notice) I. hereby alven that under. and by ,
difficult after he
last week. Ury. Gunter and little daughter makes garden and flower her gets to going. I' virtue of that certain final di>eree of foreeloaure .
One resident of Macclenny telephon- mad and .
and It chould be 9 :I entereil on January ft. A. D.
Mr.-and Mrs. J. H. Brown were planning, easy 1 *22. Honorable itidx.
of Jacksonville are spending a by A. V. Lom of tlwClreult
every "single Southern home. Write i| lid hero shortly after noon yesterday A good! way to get an obstinate man Court In and for Bradford County,

shopping: in Brooker Friday after few days with Mr. and Mrs. G. L. a postcard for It. givIng your same ,I that "hell will break loose here tonight to An a thing Is to tell him he can't. I florhla. In that certain eaiue wherein I. H.Ih..n .
...,,,
and) 'r. R. zrn.a.r. partnern, din
noon.Mrs. Futch.I and address. It will come to you ," and: added that he was preparing He'll hop right to it just to prove you Minlnma. under th* ftrm name of Rhnden and
W. R. Hodges and J. Goodge Regular services were held in Grace by return mall and you will be mighty his wife and children to irendennn. are enmplafnanta. and .F <1. Good
to I
I move wrong win. .n.1 l Julia finodwlne: .re defendanta. the
were numbered on the sick list last Methodist church Sunday, morning glad you've got It. a place of safety. underpinned. will ofTr for cabanl, will aell
week. : I Hastings' Seeds i>, the Standardof I for eanh to the hluhent and bent hl.hl.... In
and evening.Mr. the South and j largest mall As a result of the reports members THE KXI'LANATION front of the eourtlioitn diwie, 'n Starke. Mrad
Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Warren of Ral. and Mrs. E. E. Burney and children of the Florida Nationnl' ford Cotinty." FlnrMa? on "Monday. the dth day
of local units
order seed house la ti.u world U back ", March. A. D. 1022 during. th. leitnl h.,....
ford spent the week-end here with spent Sunday with relatives in of them. They've go* to be the bent Guard had instructions last night to Young Harold awns late for Sunday of nale, for the piirinmii of n.'ylnir, ,, ald II-
I cal rfnene. th. following real relate and .
relatives. per.aonal
Jacksonville. Write now for the 1922 catalog. It be where their company commanders srhool and the minister inquired the property In nradfnnl Counly Florida. ,

Evan Hodge was in Brooker Satur. Emory Harris, of Green Cove was Is absolutely free. could reach them quickly if Governor cause. i to-wltt The. North Half.
i nf the Routheant Quarter
day.Mr. a villitor'he.re. Monday. H. G. HASTINGS CO., SEEDSMEN. Hardee ordered the troops mobilized.Col. "1 was going fishing but father I ,., JCnrthea-f- Quarter of 5.-ntis.; )iS. Town
ATLANTA. GA. nhln fl. 8 R. .. Rant: containing .11, ,
irma more
and Mrs. Gentry Stokes and it!. L. Loadholtz of Jacksonville, K. C. Turck commanding tho wouldn't let me," announced! the lad."That's '' er ,la*.

children visitors to New River with hia Alec. tleven. (III) head of .'.."k cattle! an,)
were family.
spent Sunday troops here, however, had received no the right kind of father to their Ino.-..... alar. the 2''rd Inv. of J..,,,. 4I .

George and Clarence Wilkerson of word train Tallahannee. lave. Did he explain the reason why ). 1917 marked .,..... In on. ear. upper alone

Colds Cause tirtp an i Influenza: Highland were visitors here Sunday. To Cure a Cold In One Day he would not let you go?" mond and, un.lrr T., bit Intha other ear. branded DI..

tAXATnre BROMO QUININE: bleuenuwe! theaoae. Take. LAXATIVE: BROMO QUININE (TabletJ : A. 7.. ADKIN3.
... CukiIr.C. .. Everett Wilson of Island Grove, stam the( ourif S ami. Head**.ke> mid work off *h You can never tell a man's mental "Yes, sir. He said there wasn't bait *pee''" Mwt" In ct"11"Oollcilor ""'
There la only oneuI Saturday with friends in Law l Cold' f W.oRO"!!:"* .luetureuo. nth bum. 31'... enough A. cncws. -
his fu'e.I for
spent the stubble two.
ity by on
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W.
GROVE'S &l''n''nmi no bo* :3 Ill. fur Complalnanla.' 2-l-Ht-3-3 .
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.,\ ,. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 21, :922Margaret

I TELE BAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA I
COUNTY
BRADFORD: : I

PAGE- EIGHTii11H4 __ _______ I- |E. Harper }ttae Ethel Hoot Tow__ and baby, Mary I''cealed.: There is another class of sw; ,,;
trim rel-
/ h n ------ r tart .eek..... brriMt? par- aDd""Naomi, spent: the w k-* d with f smaller

1, -t !J sate, Mr. sad Mr*. J. O. Break*. I Maggie Maxwell. dolt. athr.. at ewben7.O. who are content with "
of Brooklyn, to bel'"m'
.Be. -... Mr. and Mr*. D. C. Cao eaUTtaiJIM i\ Elder Dodd L. Missile, and C. C. Gams mo- r and do not aspire
daft ywn fo** Friday night with ; a very tat retiBg lecture at be twred to Midway Saturday to attend eons of finance. They insert a
Chn.-I' the "r
in
Sunday morning. papers
tan church
\ \ a party. tate and. ;, of Adel, Ga., is an educational the literal _r
Items tbe ev'- Mr. O'Keefe Ruth ;, while telling
News chief< amusedenta, of pleasant 1 Roberts and daughter may
Dock
: County visitor here this weekMr. entirely wrong idea tc,
: mess in': an
,,1 I I Worthington, is visiting friends carry
of
ning.W. R. Jackson, who is a sample:
W. Here
\ H. Andrew was a visitor! to and Mrs. )j reader.
have been' stopping at the Haynes Ho- |' town. afternoon "Harken Sinners! A book ev rj
.
Our
tt* Week br Starke Thursday.Ear Woman's Club met Monday -
'I; t' laUr..drI' wets Gathered Correspondent During + K Whitten was a visitor to Stark tel, have returned to their home in The and the following program sporting man ought to read. Neatest

; Regular I recently. ValdosU. rendered: I t volume of the kind ever published

r i J Wilson Bryant of Baker county, The Ladies Aid Society met at the was '300 pages and no nonsense. Chockfull
.1i JI c= SongAudience.P.eadingMrs.
:
: Toes Sent under sealed
Watterson
ik was a visitor here Saturday. .home of )[rs. K. B. of good things.
Strickland.
LONG BRIIXEIW led| after which sandwiches, coffee' Miss Clarice Dowling, of Lake Batter day evening. Mrs. King. j j I cover to any address' for $1 by the
r a' Reading Our Flag- 672 West
{ and cocoa were served.: Quitecrowd friends here Sunday Publishing Company,
salad was visiting- Mother" Rover
the occasion, and i Solo, "Jast the Thought of j jProf. New York City:'
present on PROVIDENCEProvidence I Fourteenth street
Glad to report was afternoon.
'' Feb. 24 by read
Long Bridge"', accompanied :
Burton,
I' this a Dice time.P. I I last week-end who sent in his dollar expecting
F. Renfroe improving at I In all reported W. I. Roberts spent The man
; B. A. Crosby wa a visitor to the here with his family. Feb. 24.-Mr. and Mrs ing. "Your F>ag and My Flag. to receive some spicy and sen
of the
writing: afternoon and children visited Song, "Columbia, the Gem in fact got a Bible
A. L. I literature
Fnday Driggers
seat national
J. K. Ad kin* motored to Starke on county Mr*. Mayhood, of Elarbee, was j
w, Saturday. I.. L. John and Lonnie Morgan, of i shopping in town Friday. relative in Lake Butler Sunday. Ocean. !' such as retails anywhere for 15 cents
r a> I batfneM Sunday after Miss Bertha Roberts, who Contest.QuartetteMesdames. later that one of his vie
y in town Little out
were turned
?+ ,i 1C. T. Paroell, of New River, was in Sampson, |I Johnny Jones, of Glen St. Mary, ha been attending school in High Strickland,j jMaines It even by mailing him bulkY
noon. visitor here Saturday. tims got
week [was a business Roberts.
nor burg one day last Clarence Staff, of Cross City spent! 1, Roeiertown was Springs, baa returned home. Misses Burton, j copies of Patent Office reports which
of ,
D
and brother, nzil Quincy Rosier Public ,
Regarding
Thomas Sunday afternoon here with friend !| W. L. and J. L. Summers and Wit Vital Points always Inadequately prepaid. TV,
hcr, were
ctrl Sunday here Saturday. :
1 spent Saturday folks enjoyed I business visitors to School-Mrs. Strickland. paid the lacking ,
Fralick
? Several of the young( Starke lie were !' avoid trouble he always
their aiater: Mr*. W. M. Mr. Warren was a visitor to i Tell Mother."
truest of Mr. and Mr. Song, "Please him
a social at thAI home of Lake City Monday. postage, but it cost many
I Public
I
Thonura.e of LaCross, was in G. B. Colson Saturday night. : Monday Mm. A. T. Micelle and ...n. Albert, T. C. Sinquefield, of Lake City, was i Reading, The Child and the times the profit he made on his BiMe -
Thomas, Maine
Y ; Orie John Pinholster, of LaCrosse was of Lake Butler, were visitor here I here last Tuesday on. business. :School"-Mrs. Mrs. Major. *. This swindle moved the-.Louisville -
our burg Saturday. a visitor to town Sunday. I )Ir. and )Irs. H. Gilbert and baby, Sleeping Mother- Courier-Journal to say:
of Wateroak, wain Monday.Mrs. and
ilelyin McKinney Miss Lottie Gainey spent the weekend Donah Browning left last week'or. ,of Jacksonville, stopped over a while I I W. H. Howard, of Bradentown visited Mrs, "The vender of the Bibles at a profit .
oar bury Saturday. with friend" at Ziff. :last week while on their way to High |O. S. Howard of Arcadia, I I have known of the
Brown and brother, Fat, of Lake City, where she will spend a I the week-end. | of Scents may
Nona of Ziff, was in I J. :M. Mann during advertised 200
in thin section Satur- M,.. John Thoma month. [ Springs. j: case: of the genius who

Sampson, were town Monday afternoon. Mr. Cribs and daughters, Berta, |: The following from Ft: Call were j!I I useful household articles, every one

day.Miriam John was attending to bua- R. W. Surrency, of Graham, wa Bonnie and Ruby and. Miss Sybil visitors here last Saturday afternoon, SOME CLEVER SWINDLERSThe perfect in workmanship and guaranteed .

d Lake Butler Saturday. here Sunday.! I Ritch, were visitor to Lake Butler Misses Mabel, Nita and Edna Blairtueselt : to be in first quality materia.
i/Mtss in and In. C. :M. Andreu of Talmage and J. C. of to each sender .
{ lea and Minnie Hodges, of New Mr. Monday. Roberts world is full of scheming individuals and sent a paper pins

in burg Saturday. Bradford, were visitor here Saturdayaftt'Tn.o Blair. possessed of an insatiable appetite of J2."There.
our
River were Mrs. Bert Tanner and children, of \ I also long time ago. .
Winnie Mae Cason and Glady and E. J. Ward, of the home I the secret if
BaxUr_ I IlIigh Springs are visiting at an unconquerable repugnance -i the man who advertised
attended but having
who
"t': Crews were among those Prison Farm Ala "u8, wer in. our town Tuesdaymorning. Five Mile, Feb. 2i-Oren Dekle j I, mother, Mrs. R. A. Y. Robert to any form of labor to satisfy making money without work, and imparted .

i t''': the chow at the State visited relatives in Lake Butler Fri- 'I' Lonnie Lee, of Lulu, was "a business their cravings. Despising manual labor i this secret to each sender ,t

Saturday night. D. S. Hall, of Bradford, spent Sunday visitor here Saturday. I do, they resort to their $1: Catch suckers like I do."
they
"r, t.n.. Jennie Lee Dowling spent Friday at afternoon here with friends day. )Ir. and Mrs. J. L. Summers and as livingand the Then there was the man who adjvertised .
of her friend, En- Mr. and Mr*. B. L. Duke visited her wits to gain them a
+\ New River guest Guy Andreu, of New River, spent brother Jesse Dowling, Saturday, Mrs children J. L. Jr., Wilmer and Barbara luxuries which are essential to their i "a handsome steel engraving
: yes I nice McKinney.!' Saturday here with his cousin Troy visiting with }Ir. the Grant" for the small lumlof
,! returned to Duke remaining over Sunday on account Da marls were happiness. Many and varied are ] of General
Mm Rhoda Dowling j
1 % a while Andreu. of the illness of her brother. and Mrs. R. A. Y. Roberts Sunday.Mr. schemes which these clever swindlers I $1 and received many good dollars
here after pending
\ her home of relative Edna Baxter, of LaCrosse, spent the Desmond D uke* and Seeber Stokes and Mrs. Sam Ivey, of Lulu, resort to to separate the to. from from the general's admirers. It wa

"' In South friends.Crafton Florida. guest week-end here at the home of his parent were visitor here Saturday. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. his money, and too often they are suc I shortly after the Civil,war, and there
and
*. Butler Tomlins, Saturday.Mr. they play for bU a good demand for the general'spicture.
Adkin of Lake Alfred, M. L. McKinney of Lake I cessful. Sometimes was
Saturday to.,. nd the summer I. W. Pinholster, Sr., of Pin Hill, and T. II. Rime of Worthington, were and Mrs. Allison Bielling and stakes like Ponzi who collected millions Those who( sent a dollar got ,

came Mr.p and Mrs. J. E. spent Saturday afternoon here. guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. p. Dekle I children were Sunday guests of relatives from his willing dupes by a lot a five cent postage stamp in return.
with hi* parents, Sowell of Alach-
W.
Mr. and Mrs L. Saturday. near Riverside. of mysterious bunk about foreign exchange These examples and many more similar -

,, t A linll.P. ua, spent part of last week here with D. Blume is on the tick list this Cameron Fralick and sister, Miss which he professed to be able ones that might be adduced, prove'

B. Crew. wee attending to bus relatives. week. I Ruby, accompanied by Misses Alberta to manipulate so as to return a profit that Barnum was dead right when he r

I. nesa" in New River taut' week. A normal conducted by Prof. A. B. Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Mann were tbe Bielling, Clara Clark and Albert I monthly of 100 per cent. One would asserted that the American people enjoyed '

9 i; Mr and Mrs. P. S. Crews, of New Shaw will begin here Monday March guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Long Clark, attended the surprise party atthe suppose that the very extravagance |( being humbugged.-Tampa Daily :r'

River, were In our section Saturday 20th. All interested, take notice. Sunday.Mr. home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Blairat of the promises such swindlers make Times. k N

night and Mrs.\ Tom Hendricks visit.e" Ft. Call Friday night.J. would carry their own remedy, and "

Wora Tyson and brother, Adam Sat.urJay. of MILLER I his sister, :Mrs.\ Avery Pam h, M. Fralick and son, Dewey, returned defeat their ends, but wide advertising I It's perfectly safe to listen to the +I 1 ,
New River, were in our section who always giving away ad. 'II
Monday. to Ft. White Monday. always bring to light a multitude of i person is

Miller, Feb. 21Rev. E. B. Joyner Mr. and Mrs. Ancil Parrish have W. L. Summers and Ion, Drew, gudgeon who swallow the tempting! I I vice. It's a heap way of finding out (:..,

W. M. lodges, of Noflf River, pasted filled his regular appointment at theFrw moved to the farm owned by the Lake made a business\ trip. to Ft. White on bait although the hook is barely con- what not to do.
i' through uor burg Saturday enrout Will Baptist church Saturdayand Tuesday. I 1
Butler Bank. / .
to Starke.J. Sunday. L. S. Dekle was here on business I I The following from here attended ;,
C. Cone, of Brooker, paused thru i :Mis Elsie Stoke has returned home the service at Riverside Monday night .

;; our burg Sunday morning., i, after a lengthy vliiit with relatives inscksonville. Monday.Marion Dowling was a visitor here Ii :' esers. W. L. Summers, Lenore Col.lion .

r Ida Merritt spent Sunday here the Sunday. Olin Clyatt, J. L. Summers, Levy ;
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Thomas made a business Lawton and Brewster Clyatt, Auction Sale
i t truest of her parents, I Misses Ida and Winnie Blume were muck Big
c Merritt. trip to Lake Butler Saturday. ..-.Beets. nf Mrs. Lillian Dekle Monday. 1 I A. L. Driggers and son, D. C. Williams -
11 Frank Andrew were Husrhey Sistrunk, of Mt. Tabor via- ft F. Adams Mesdames R. A. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Brooks, of Providence, ,
i in our section Sunday. ited friends in this section Sunday af were here Saturday. I Roberts L. F. Fralick and daughter, To Be Continued

Mr. and Mm. Arthur Dckle and children ternoon. Louise, Bert Tanner, Bertha Roberts,

of Lake Butler, passed. through Miss Kate Epperson, of Lake But HAMPTON I I J. L. Summers.

our burg Sunday. ler, spent the week-end with Miss Services are under leadership of I

I Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Renfroe passed Carrie Belle Brown. Hampton, Feb. 21.-Mrs. I. J. Mrs. Dixon, of Louisville, Ky., and ,)

:: through", our burg Sunday. T. II. Rimes was a business. visitor Priest, who has been the guest of her are proving interesting. )

j Mm. II. O. River and children were to Gainesville last week.J. brother, Mr. Prevatt, of Green Cove Hotel
L. Brown was In Lake Butler on LAKE BUTLER The auction sale at the Commercial
Monday.
returned to
; I In New River Springs, for several days,
r Mrs. Rachel Tyson and daughter, business Monday. her home here Monday.L. last Saturday afternoon wasa big success but
< Mr. and Mrs.\ Russell Parrish, of Butler 21. Mrs. P. P.
Feb.
? of New River, were In our shopping in Lake -
Florence, 1(. Bedenbaugh was
I section Monday. Dukes, visited the latter' parents, Starke Tuesday.Mr. Dekle and children, of Five Mile, the time was too short to dispose of all of

y ,? ; Crew and mother, Celia,, Mr. and Mrs. T. IT. Waters, Sunday. spent Sunday the guest of Mrs. Ida and
; Gourney attending to 'business In New Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Brooks, of Eddy visitor, of Alachua here this county week., wasa Dekle. the useful articles that are to be sold,
i were business
g6 b ; ; River last/ week. Providence- visited relatives here on Mrs. Durling, of Starke, has been Mr. and.Irll.!\ Jim Ritch and Miss the sale was continued until Saturday after-

: Rev. Dock Crews filled his regular Sunday the /guest of her sister, Mrs. J. V. Maggie Dekle, of Starke, spent Sunday 25th 2 o'clock.
appointment at Theressa Saturday Irvin and Romey Dekle, of Lake'i Jones with Miss Ida Dekle. noon, February at

and Sunday.S. i Butler, attended church here Sunday W. E. Allgood and family, who have Mrs. Dock Crews, of New River, The best of the furniture is still unsold
business in town part
Mon- night transacting on
C. Crew was In New River been located In the parsonage near the was
day. I Miss Grettis. Thomas spent last Christian church, are moving to their Saturday.II. and will be put on the block at the sale

'. Eunice' McKinney of New River, week with her sister, Mrs. W. M. farm east of Starke this week. F. Priester, bridge foreman for
The fine is
spent Saturday night and Sunday here I Thomas' of Long Bridge Rev, Burke, of Waldo, will preach the A. C. L. railroad', spent Sunday next Saturday afternoon. piano

; guest of her friend, Jeanie Lee Dowl- J. S. Brown was a business visitor ate the Methodist church Sunday at 4 with his family. still to be sold to some one at his own price.
to Jacksonville last week. Oulter Boyd, of Worthington, was
.
I a ing. Dewey Fralick, of Providence, visited p.Miss m. Emma Hicks entertained the looking after business here Saturday., Come ond get your share of the bargains.

nnooKKitHrooker friends In this section Sunday afternoon. Junior B. Y. P. U. at her home on Math Dukes and sister, Miss Hattie -

,} Church street. The little folks, as wellas ; of Five Mile, attended the sing

Feb. 21.--Rev. E. B. Joy- Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Stokes attended many older ones, met at the church held at the Baptist church Sunday

will fill his regular ap hunch at Midway Sunday. afternoon. ,
ner, of Dukes, where a nice program was renderedby I
pointment here Saturday and Sunday Misses Ruby Phillips and Christine after which an interesting Jesse Cason, of New River, motored
4 the juniors, '
) J at the Freewill Baptist church.- Everybody Townsend, of Lake Butler, attended address was given by Prof. Du- to town Friday. G M. INMAN Auctioneer

+ invited to attend, these ser church: here Sunday val. At the close of the service all Charlie Cason, of Raiford, motored II .uon"mllllrnl""

i ., vices. Seeber Stokes visited friends In the invited to the home of Miss to( Lake Butler Friday. ,.

i} u Mr. and Mr*. R. A. Weeks and children I. Five Mile section Saturday afternoon. were Hicks, where a delightful supper was J. E. Maines, Jr. and Hughes RegIster I &pnmmlfIlJwWWI'U'IDW
{ spent Saturday with friends! In Dvnzil Thomas mado a business tripto served by the Ladies Missionary Society. of Gainesville, spent Saturdayand -- -- --

Stnrke. IKCheslcy Lake Butler Saturday.Carl Sunday with homefolks.
j MOVJES:: ;
Fogg, of Alachun, passed Brown visited friend In Alach : C. B. Roberts, of Graham, was a Rev. S. S. Proctor spent the weekend UTO

I through here Monday enroute to Grnhain. un county! Sunday. business visitor here Monday. at Brook. BY 5 M 1 T H'S GARAGE

"*' L+ Mr. and) Mrs John M. Mott, of Lake II. J. Cribbs and daughter, Miss I Mrs. Joe Crews motored to Guilford $

Miss Lubudiu I'inholster spent last Butler, visited the latter parents, Mr. shopping in Starke Fri I for the week-end.
Ruby, were
iK. week with relatives at LaCrosse. ,and :Mrs Roland Thomas, Sunday. Malcolm Riherd returned this week; IS
wHar r-ORGOT TO
You
of visit with his mother, Mrs.Riherd. .
MinHrs Rosn and Vera Surrency, day.Dr.. Middleton, of Starke, was a from a
afternoon KAIFOKIIRaiford of Glasgow, Ky. IT Goer THOSe EXTRA
l ; LaCrosse. were in here Friday visitor here this.week.
N.
professional
Pine of Dukes, is the guestof oRr4o1'VrR&
enroute to their home at Florence Hall of Theressa, Mr. Howard, TIRES
Feb 21.-Messrs. Marcus Miss his daughter, Mrs. J. M. Mann.A .
Hill. Brown, Harold Wall Willie Fpperson was. a visitor here Saturday. Mr. and
burial born to
Among those attending the who has beetvisiting daughter was {"
Ruby Harvey,
Miss
R. at Santa of Starke, were visitors! here Satur- Mrs. John Ervin Dekle Tuesday. t
of Mr. and Mrs. R. Wynn relatives and friends in Pa-
e Fe cemetery Friday were, Mr and day.Prof. returned to her Miss Annie Douglass spent the v Qp
has recently
Thornquest spent last weekend latka, at Fort
a mother
Mrs. M. P.' Matheny and children, Mr. week-end with her
tr" home here.
In Starke with hU family.
r, and Mr*. J. D. Baxter, Air. and Mrs W. B. and J. B. Alexander were attending White.W. .
i I. W. Pinholster, Mr. T. P. Ward and Mr*. Charlie Cason, of Jacksonville business in Starke Mon F. Burton closed a successful
1 er several here last week with to
e Mana Andrew. spent days term of singing school, held at the

I'' yc Mr. hitch, of Starke, was a visitor relatives and friends.Mr. day.Mrs.. Benjamin Chrlchlo, of Jacksonville Baptist church There is onejthing that you'll be bound to remember if you

i i er here Friday Sapp, of Sapp, was a business Is the guest of her father W. Sam J. White is conducting a protracted forget it. YouMl wake up with a bzzzzzzzz! BANG! "u.x;!! !
visitor here Saturday. held In the Christian
has
'f Mrs.. Osteen, of High Spring, her Mr. Dorothy Schelly, of Jacksonville ''E. Hutchlnson. meeting Why in the name of all that's mobile didn't I think to buy an
.
been here for several day visiting of Theressa, was chu..cb.David
c mother, Mrs. Emily Abbott. was visiting relatives here several transacting Horace Roebuck business, here Friday. Coffin, of Johnstown, motored extra tire." We sell'em and good one too. MICHELIN'S.I .

r Shriver of Starke, days here last week. to Lake Butler! Monday afternoon,
visitor
Miss Marguerite of Waldo, was a
Cauthen
M. ,
'r'rir' the week-end! here with her pa W. II. Andrews was a visitor to T Tom Dukes, of Five Mile was ir!
week.
pent
this
here
Baker county last week, Monday afternoon on business.
e rents.. Mrs. F. E. Henry was a business town
'i ? of Jacksonville. Charlie Shaw was a visitor over to George Spires of Midway, was a
Mr. Dyal and son, visitor to Jacksonville this week. = = a a = $
attending to business here last Starke Friday afternoon.J. of Lake City, is business visitor to town Monday. -
;
were Pokes,
j 4 Mrs. Leo.
Brook of Jacksonville, spent
O. I Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Warren an
1 Friday, with his family.Mr. spending this week here. S.Fsv = ass'Jj
week-end here ; Lak
A Valentine party wan. given them..mbers last Holder and family, of Theressa children, of Dukes, motored. to
Mr.
;
C. Jones visitor
1\fra..J. were -
and
.
of the B. Y. P.. U. Tuesday transacting business hero Butler Saturday afternoon.
1'l' night the lower floor of the Ma- to Jacksonville last wesk. were Mrs. Dick Hewitt is ill at this writing ; X$
on
n Mr. Drlggers, of Lake Butler, was this week. Dekle street. a
e
for her home
decorated on
Jacksonville, at
sonic Hall which was Miss Byrd Mullady, of ,
w in town Friday afternoon. Coleman and Mrs
the occasion, the Valentine idea beingya the week-end here with Mr*. C. Mrs George
Brooks of St. Auguitines spent spent
Ovid ..
+ play.
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were
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amalie
H ? .1 ltlaei. iyeet content with
\ tI .- : : )fl'. sad Mrs.<< 3. 0 Itlseokis.11z. f aggi. x.-.n. tit tievh eery. are becom
"I'l'': : 1 eats. I Elder Dodd, tOf Brooitlan, deif.ore., atreea and do not aspire to
Garris mes.rerd
- amtertai.d C.
2JC. and I/r* D. C. Caeea ; As be Cbrtiaa O. L Diia.il. sled C. of inanee.! They insert ,

: .. ,...t f. F..y 1IiciIC wtda j a very tat retiat enure ;. lit x4way Saturday to attcloJ cons In the paper.. .
naoraiag.Mt. advertisement
editaxb SallllaT

$,{' 'i'" "r'I'' \ ( Co unty'News Items a.,cif fa'ty.a.toeewemta 3ok etrtd flit draeia the pl.seaat wale etn thee.... ..Vtntor O'Yeete here of this Adel week, Ga.. ill a bmjail. >- !i aB adaeatioaal;ek Roberta eaeetiag.D and claacllter'. friends. Bath ftown. .: nay carry while an entirely telling wrong the iiteraa idea n..

;i ; + of Wertbiagton. a visiting sample: 1 E
== alw. vwi6evntazks '" Mr. sad .Hra. W. L Jaca-. wl. i reader. Here il a
H. Andrews wu a
ii- : A book v =
tit hire been .topprag at the Ra7W'S iftel. -- Monday alte'rnma : "narken Sinners ry
Wcc.k bT Our Tbrsday.Earl : WomaC'1 Club met "
tN The t.o read. Neatest
.I" twtsre.ttnd lacu wdVre4 During retorn.eoJ 100 their home i in I program' sporting man ought
have
; \ I" WbitWfi was a vieetav to! Star : i It and the following publishes -
kind
: y' fsgular Corr.aponderrta. Valdoeta. t :vlIlllme of the ever : ==
'i i ,. T'IIft1It' rendered: nonHnJIe. Chfc!
,, the was and 110
,. Aid JDoItt a\ 300
Society
r The Ladies pages
\ Wilson E'7ut"f Baker cooat,
1\\1\\ S4ng-AodieDC under
(: Sent seated
4 I ... I visitor bare Saturday.Misr been fif Hit. L B. Wat"'An TTJteI+ t full of good thlllgs.
was a trickiand. i for $1 by the
... Readnz-)1n.; address
red whkh utsdtrkhes. cd Bakrr rover' to any A'"
lAke day evening.
alter Dowhngof
IOYG Blur}{.& MrT..s. Quite au..d Clarke i I II Reading. Our f1ag'In. King. ( Publishing, Company 672 West
MIw a.a.4 ace: were I was visiting frieeAa here, Suratafternrxis. of Mother Rover
I "J1IIthe Thought NewYork City.
t and Solo, street
the oaadoa CE Fourteenth
f ; i-GJar.I to re. was present OQ PRO VID1 read
a by
? Fefl. aceompanied .
LIME BrYlr". -Prot. Burton, i who sent in his dollar ex
improving at tb tl I all repoxtsd a air brae.I W. I. JtrMtu spent !art ."k-eM f1ag." The man
pmt B. Y. Pontas )In. 'TOGr flag and My receive some spicy and 'rn
tb.e and in"
I was a Y'UrUIT &II Praridaote. Feb. 2t-Mr. I petting: to
P. A. Croaky ;bore with his family.3rra. Gem of the c)
1 '' nett/Rg.; l FFJda1 aferirxc.L A. L Drinen sod cfWdrea mttedrelam. I Soog. Columbia the rational literature In fact got a Bibh 1!nH,
neat ..
SJtarkep c.e eouaty
A4kjn moused to Mayhoe4 ot Elarbee. wrhrpping I
:
J. E. IJ for 111 cents,
ofga"'ID I hcean. anywhere
e L. John. aDd Locale Worzan, .. 1a: Lab Butler Sonda, such all retails 1 bofr'

1 p r besineas. PamtK Saturday flf Mew R,vu, wag, ift were iA town Sunday .fWl'- iD Jones town' Friday.Johnny of Glen St. .KarT.jwaa Little Miss Bertha Roberta, who Contest.QuartetteMesdames Stricklandhtaines :: It turned out later mailing that one him of his bulkY."ic- :
T. .
n i H I hu been attending school I in Rig : Urns got even by I 1 th,
: L..t'w 4 car burg one day Stat, ed Crows City, apotlrt SatardaJ'1 lrpriags. its, returned home.w Misses Public I copies of Patent Office reports '
Ro I ,
brrr.. Don.til. Quincy &o.ier. of << .
sad Regarding
Gretna harms and WD- Vital Pointa 1 1Scb Inadequately prepalt r.
friendr
1 Salld.a1 atterrxmn line with !I ; 1. aDd 1. L. SQJZlJDen : were always I TI
: spent Saturday aM Sunday ben.trt folks enjoyerJ here Sstszrday.Mr. lie Fralick bwuse.s visitors t') <>>l-n. Strickland. :i trouble he always paid the he sing -
'j Several of tM yorog were avoid 1 10
)t. riaithr to Start i I II
W.
ailWtr: ){rL Warren was a TeD other.
9 i of their a .daJ at tM MI'/M of XI' and M,,.. I Lab CIty )f0llda,. Song, Please Public postage but It cost him many
Thames. : 11anday. .I flf Lake City wa. Reading. The Child and the he made on hilt BIbles. -
Saturday right T. C. Sinqoefeld, I the profit
+ Tho'nsss. of LaCroeie, was Ur G. B. OJltI6n )I,.. A. T. }fiul1e and son, A1bnof =Mrs. I.inea. times moved the LoUISville c"w.
om .. school -
', John PiAbI'ila, of LaCrosse, wa visitors M here last Tuesday 012 buaineu.Mrr This swindle .
13) Lake Butler were }(ajor.
) our' burg Saturday.MJvin ... Visitor tIJI tows Sv.nda aDd ){,.. n. Gilbert and bablof Sleeping othe-r-fII. and I Ii Courier.Journal to lay: w.f
.HdW.-r tA Waterrak. w3n Konday.Mrs. I while i W. 11. Ifoward of Brad ntown. the Bibles at a proto
the "k a i ot
Miss L.Atie Caine Pfnt ( Jacksonville. atoppe.i over "The vender TId
"Ie
left Last Mrs
Dob Br JIg Arcadia
wr burr BatGrda7.So"a ell *.itb friends at Ziff.Mn. I II last week white CIon their way to High' I i o. S. Howard of it 01 85cents, may have known of the ,
IIfs.rrrp1JlJrl. will
wbpre she spend a
y. Lake weekend.SOME
81'.11. aM heather for City the
during 200
s, John Thomas of Zit was In Springs. :I J. X.ta111: CBse of the genius who advertised
Satoy -
d ssonth
., were In chiA sertinn I Sto
wIn ).1oday afl enJltJ Mr. Cn1I4m and dlaghte". Bert,'I The following from Ft Call werriaitors : useful household articles every 'ono

da W. SaJ"n1)ft1', uf Graham was here last Saturday afternoon, I CLE\'EK SWINDLERS: in workmanship and guaran- tor.
R.
t JohM ... .ttc'ndJnIC tQ be. !Bonnie anti Ruby and Miae Sybil perfect
Miriam matenll''
here SUblJa ButleNonday. Naves Mabel. Nits and Edna Blatt3uaseiL teed to be in flrs quality r.J r.p
visitors tIJI lAb :I
Saturday.t Riteh. were
4 '4 r 1ndr Ira$ ill and l..ke Minnie Butler },AI.t Sew Mr. Iud 3of,.. C. M. Andrea 'Jf. } Roberts, Talmage and 1. C. ,'I The world is ;:;:;scheming individuals and sent a paper of pins to( each semi ,

+ Bradford, were Melton hotr. Saturdaafternoon. lair.Sirs.. / poell"sed of an insatiable appetite er of $2."There. t,
Sawrtl.
,
Rarer were In our berg ... ./ I Bert Tanner and children, ot the good things of earth was also, a long. time ac'; '
Willr.I.f_ Call' anti Glad;,. "fAfadnl.ll. t'IIILE I" for advertised the secret of) tlF
home
Eldon Bair" and E. J. Ward high Springs .n visiting at the unconquerable repug the man who tlf
an
but having
Creer.. s were 4I"ln those who" .tte-bli. wet'.. ill our town Tueedanornirg. ,. I. "f hu mother Mrs. R. A. Y. Roberts I form of labor to satisfy making money without work and 1m. ,
Farr Five Mile, Feb. 2t-Onn Dekltilted _' nee to any
1 ed for show at t.be State Prison Lonnie Lee ot tub wu 3 bu5- Despising manual laor parted this secret to each sender ofLi
relative in Lake Butler FrLay. their cravings.
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Y' 1I
I aaturetay. .Ircbt. V. S. Han. 'If Bradford, spent Sun- less visitor here Saturday. do they reflllrt to their $ : Catch suckers like I do. I
'. ..4 JMaie tee Droning spent Frilly .t afternoon here with frierw and I a. they and the there was the man who ad.
: Eunl4'e day I }Ir. aDd Mrs. B. 1. Duke visited bel'I' 3<(1'. and fna. J. L. Summers rite to pin them a living:. Then tI
of her friend, -
I New; RI".r gust steel engraving
Guy Alld". It New River, 'pInt Wilmer and Bar essential to their ertised "a handsome
., ',rather Jesse bowling, Saturday. Mr. hildren. 1. 1. 11', axuries which are
McKlnnry.Mrs. with hie cousin. Trt'17AMr..u. Grant" for the small sum ,1t
+\ Saturday beTa ban Damau were visiting with Mrnd 3fany and varied are the of General
J Dowling' ntametl t tqf I'Duke remaining over Sunday on aeCllunt happineu. dollars
Rhl'A
: J while ot the illness of her brother. }(,.. P.. A. Y. Roberts Sunday. themes which theM clever swindlers lof $1 and received many good i

f,I! bar home hen after spelling a Eons Baxter "f LaCroaee! ,spent thweekend Deamond Iukee and Saber Stoke }fl'. and Ira. Sam Ivey, of Luba resort to to separate the fool from from the general'a admire. It washortly I,
relative
Sn S uth FloriiSa, guest 61 here at the home) ; of his I the and there
pawent. Civil/war.
J. W'orlina after
4 :: / ''ere vfsitore here Saturday.M. were g-ueata of )!r. and loIn.: bil money and too often they are IIUCceutlll. 1r
.. and rlen- .. Saturday.Mr. they play for big!; wall a toed demand for the general" I
of Lake Bl.ltrer, Sometimes
of Lake Mfre 1. McKinney. i
Grafton Adkin.t, I. W. PlnJv.lllte-r. Sr., of Pine Inlispent l million Those who sent a dollar go'
and collected -
and Mrs. Allison Bielling like Penal who picture. I
,, w. .pend the summa 'and T. 11. Rlmet ot Worthington! were stakes 1:'
Saturday
lime Mr. anti )f,.. 1. E. Saturday afternoon here. fUt'Sta ot Mr. and !fra. P. P. DekleSaturday. children were Sunday guests of ref from his willing dupes by a lotof a five cent postage stamp in return I
9 with his Alacb.ua lIim.
parents. of
1. W. Sowell more
Mr and Mn. .tives near Rlvemde. mysterious bunk about foreign ex.change. -I These examples and many

,i Adkins.. pent part Clf last week. hue with D. I. Blome il on the sick Bat thl.week. Cameron Frahck and sister arias which he professed to be able liar ones that might be adduced prove t9

:J'. B. Crewi waa attending w buss Fe la 11 VfII. Rub; )'. accompanied by :Misses Alberta to manipulate so as to return a profit that Barnum wall dead right when he

cress in N.w River rant weak.c. A normal conducted by Prllf. A. B.SMW theo jelling Clara Clark and Albert!; of 100 cent. One would asserted that the American people en- !
Dr I1nd .Ira. J. }I. Mann wen monthly per
Mr, and fr.. P. S. Cr_.. S.tu,1a1 flUesta of Mr. and In. U. 5. Luntunday. : lark. attended the surprise party _oppose that the very extravagance Dyed being
It/vl'l'/ were In our eetion 2fJth. An interested take nltlee. the home .t Mr. and Mrs.: Lee Blair Clf the promilles such swindlers make Times.

;' 1I lcbt. Mr. and 3r,.. Tom Hendrick visit at Ft. can Friday night.J. would carry their own remedy, and "
ofl the
Wore Tyson and "otb-.r.. Adarn MILLER 'ed his sister, 3rn. Avery Pam.h.Ionday. :M. Fr.lick and son. Dewey reo defeat their ends but wide advertising! It's perfectly safe to listen to all
New River, were hi our section S.t- of who is always giving away
r ) turned 1.1) Ft White Monday.W. sIways bring> to I light a multitude penon

4 l urrlsy. Mailer, Feb. 2P.v.. Eo B. Joyner Mr. anti 3f,.. Andl Parrlllh have 1. Summers and son Drew, I ItUdl'eons who swallow the tempting I vice. It.s a cheap way of finding out I

S I W. M. flanges of Nei River pass titled his regular appointment at theo f moved to the fans owned by the Lake made a business trip t.o Ft. White onueaday. bait although the hook Is barely con. what not to do.
I burg Saturday enrorJuI. 'roP- Will Baptist church 5atll.la1 r
I l "d through war Dutler Bank: I !
." Starh.t and Sonday.tfill' buaineeronday. The following from here attended
here
F: t 1. C. Cone of Brooker pail, 'd threi Elsie Swkell has returned home L. S. Vekie was on the service at Riverside Monday night I
I: .
i t our burg Sunday momlnrc. df.eor a lengthy visit with relative" In Marion Dowlinsr wa a visitor here i Mellsn. W. 1.. Summers, Lenore Colaon -

r Ida Merritt spent :sunday here the arksrmvalle.: Sunday.filllles. Olin Clatt.l. 1.. Summers Levy r

I gust Clf her panntll. Mr. and ltf". Murray 1'OOmali made a bUllin.II" } Ida and Winnie Blume were Fralick, Lawton and Brewllter Cly.tt, Big Auction Sale
trip to Lake Butler SaturJay.Jrulhey and V. C. William. -
A. 1. Vrigge son.
I : )f url tt. $ teats Clf }!rll. Lillian Dekle Monday.
vislted
Mr and frll. Frank Andrews wen Sistrunk of Mt. Tabor 3fr. and }f,.. Brooks fJf Providence .. F. Adams. Mesdames R. A. Y.Roberts. .
friends. In thin lIectlon Sunday at. 1. F. Fralick and daughter
In our section Sunday.Mr were here Saturday. To Be Continued :;
and Mrs.1 Arthur V.kle and chil't. urnCllJn.3rUIIII )uise Bm Tanner, Bertha Roberts '
Kate ot Lake But.leI' .
Epperson
Butler passed through J. L. Summers.
drl.'n IIf Lake HAMPTON :
.} .
J our burg Sunda.t spent that week-enJ with Milltl. Services are under leadership of

1' Mr anti Mra. 1. 1. Renfr" passed Came 8<,lIe Brown.T Hampton, Feb. 2j-Mn. I. J. I }In. Dixon ot Louisville, Ky.. andare

burg Sunday.Mn. H. Rimes w. a business visitor ot her proving interesting.
through our prlellt. who has been the guest 'I

H. O. Ricers and children were tf, Gainellville last w..k.J. brother. Mr. J'revatt, of Green Coverings the Commercial Hotel
1. Brown was In Lake Duller on LIKE BUTLER The auction sale at
In New River M"nday. for several days. returned tohel' I

: Mrll. Rachel Tyson and daughter rsinesa Monday.Mr. home here Monday. last Saturday afternoon wasa big success, but ,
and !of n. Russell I'arriah 1)1"uku. Feb. 24.-1\IfII. P. P' !
were In our Lake Butler
Clf New River InStarke
FIorenee! 1.. 11. BedenballlCh was shopping
octlon Monday. vllliteJ the latter'l parent. Tueaday. Dekle anti children Clf Five Mile. the time was too short to dispose of all of

'' Crews and mother Celia )(r. and Mra. T. n. Waters Sun ay. spent Sunday the guest ot 1\Irs. Ida I IDekle. be sold and
Gourney Mr. Eddy of Alachua county, was the useful articles that are to ,
11 to ullinellll In New Mr. and Mn. W. O. Brooks 01Providence. I
attending visitor here this week.
were a bUlllnelis
hirer lut week. vlllited relatives here on Mrll. Durling of Starke has beenthe Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ritch and fin the sale was continued until Saturday after-

r; i1ev. Dock Crewl Riled hie regular Bllnday. guest of her sister, 'tIn. J. V: Maggie Dekle of Starke spent Sunday i 25th 2 o'clock.
,, at Thereasa; Saturday Irvin and Romey Dekle of Lake"Butler L___ with Milill Ida Dekle.Mrs. I noon, February at

and appointment Sunday. II IIft. attended church here Sunday "0"W."".E. Allgood and family, who have Dock Crews et New River !: The best part of the furniture is still unsold

C. Crews was In New River :Mon nhcht. been located in the parsonage near the wall transacting bUllinelll In town on

(I.,. Mists Grettls Thomas. spent last Christian church, are moving t.o their Saturday.If. I and will be put on the block at the sale
I I of New mv"r.j, week with her slater. Mr. W. M. F. Prlellter, bridge foreman for
McKinney this week.
Eunice Starke
of
: farm east afternoon. The fine is
spent Saturday night and Sunday here Thomas- of Long BrldKe.J. Rev Burke of Waldo will preach the A. C. 1. railroad- spent Sunday next Saturday piano F

I IIIaed: of her friend Jessie Lee DuwlIng. S. Brown was a business visitor at the Methodist church Sunday at I with hia family. still to be sold to some one at his own price.
to Jacksonville last week. Oulter Boyd of Worthington was

I Dewey Frallck of Providence, "III.lted p.Miss m. Emma Flicks entertained the looking after business here Saturday. Come and get your share of the bargains.

BIUOKEKnrouker friends In thlll section Sunday .f. Junior D. Y. P. U. at her home on Math Dukes and sister Mils Jlat.

ternoon. Church IItreet. The little folks a. well tie. of Five Mile attended the sing

"'" Feb. 2.-Rev. .1. 8. Joy Mr and Mrs. N. II. Stokes attended as many older ones met at the church held at the Baptist church Sunday

,I nero Clf Dukea will 1\11\ his regular .p4 church at Midway Sunday. \ where a nice program was rendered afternoon. I
and Sunday Mimes Ruby Phillips and Christine Jesse Cason ot New River motored
Saturday
here
which interesting
Jmlntment after an I
the juniors
4 d:f at the Freewill Daptl.t rhurch.. ,Evfr Townsend. ot Lake Butler, attended by address was given by Proto VI.lo to town Frlda G. M. INMAN, Auctioneer

erybody invited. tu attend these set1 church here Sunday. val. At the close ot the service all Charlie Calon, of Raltord, motored 1

., j ,tree.Mr. Seeber Stokes vlllited friends In the were Invited w the home ot Miss to Lake flutter Friday. : --.-,.__,..............., _
and Mr. H. A. Weeks and chll. Five Mile section Saturday afternoon flicks where a delightful supper wall J. E. Malnell. Jr and Hughes Reg. .-

6, dren spent Saturday with friends. In JJenzll Thomas made a business trip served by the Ladies Missionary Soclety. Later of Gainesville, spent Saturday

Starke.Chesiry. M to Lake Uutler Saturday. and Sunday with hometolks. MOVXJS
F
'Oltll', of Alachua passedf Carl' IIrown vilited friends in Alach. C. 8. Roberts 01 Graham wall II Rev. S. S. Proctor spent the weekend UTe

r enrQute to Graham. ua county Sunday. at Brooker.
through here Monday business visitor here Monday. ; BY SM ITH'S GARAGE
Mr and Mrs. John M. l'rfJtt.ot' Lake Mills Mrll. Joe Crews motored to Gufl- ,
t'il H. J. Cribbs and daughter
Min I.ubeelha l'lnholllter spent last Butler, vlllltClc! the latter parents. Mr. shopping In Starke Fri. ford for the week-end.
Ruby were
py } week with relatives at I.aCrollllo. end 1\lrll. Roland Thomas. Sunday. Malcolm Riherd returned this week WHAT ISo YOU roRGoT T4

Surrrncy, ot and Vera a
Misses Rosa of Starke was a
,,164' I Middleton IT 1 .ve
RAIFORDituiford I GLT'rHOSE EXTRA
Y LaCrosse.. wore _In n h ere 'r\llay\ after. visitor here this week. ot Glasgow Ky. !
N prol.'lIlIional FoR6oTTEN.
at Pine Howard of Dukes la the guest
bt t 44Nt enroute to their homo -- of- Thereasa. 1.11' TfRES
noon .'1'1,. 21.-Mesul. Marcus Mills Florence hall ,
of his daughter r.rn. J. M. Mann.A .

: 11I11.Among those attending the burial lirown I"'rolll' Wall. Willie EppeTlon was a visitor here Saturday.who hu been daughter was born to Mr. and
Ifarvey
Miu Ruby
at Santa of Starke were vlllitorll here Satur. John Ervin Dekle Tueaday.
H. !\Irs.
'G of MI' and Mrll. R. Wynn visiting relatives and friends 111 Pa.latka.
P'e cemetery Friday were, Mr and d.ay.Prof. returned to her Mile Annie Doutlaaa spent the v
hal recently I
lxit Mrll. M. P. M.theny and children Mr Thorn'llIellt spent last week. week-end with her mother at Fort
home here.
end In Starke with his family.
'II'. and Mrs White.W. .
and Mn. J. D. Baxter Alexander were at.
W. B. and J. B.
an.1Mana Mrs. Charlie Canon of Jacksonville Burton closed a aucceuflll
Ward
MTI. T. P' F.
J. W. PlnholJltrr, In Starke Mon
business
i Andrew.Mr. spent several days here last week with tending to term ot singing school held at the

Itltch, of Starke was a vl.ltoiI relatives and friends i day.Mra. Benjamin Chrkhlo of Jacksonville Baptist thurch. There is one..thing'that you'U be bound to remember if yoU
Mr. Sapp. of Sapp was a business White is conducting a protracted .MMXi!
father W.. Sam J. with bzzzzzzzz! BANG! !!
i 1 here Friday. III the guest of her forget it. Yoq'U wake up a ;
vlllitor here Saturday. held In the Christian
Mn. Oatoen, of High ::3prlnll: has her I\lr. Dorothy Schelly of J'aduonvllle E. lIutcblnson. meeting Why in the name of aU that's mobile didn't I think to buy an

s been here for several Abbott.days visiting ; was vlllltinlC relatl'vell here several Horace Roebuck of Therelllla, was church.David Coffin of Johnstown motored extra tire" 'Ve seU'em and good ones too. MICHELIN'S.
mother Mr. Emily business here Friday.T. .
( of Starkt'o days here last week.W. transacting Lake Butler Monday afternoon.
to
Shriver vis. '
Mira Marguerite ot Waldo was a
'I' M. Cauthen
H. Andrews was a visitor to Mile In
the weekend here with her pa. aaek.Mrs. Tom Dukes, of Five w.
spent Itor here thlll
!
Baker county last week Monday afternoon on bUllinellS.
town
i rentl. F. E. henry was a businesllvllltor
Charlie Shaw wag a vlllitor over to of Midway was a
of Jacksonville, George Spires,
Mr. Dyal and lon, to Jacksonville this week. .
last Starke Friday afternoon.J. to town Monda,.
here visitor
$ were attending to bu.lneall O. lirooke of Jacksonville. spent M,.. Leo. Fokell, of Lake City, la busIness Mr. and M1"I. Bruce Warren and

{: Frldny.3y given the last. week.end here with his tamily.IIII' spending this week here. children of Dukes motored to Lake
party Wall of Theres.lIa.
A Valentine end family,
J. c.. Jones were via. roll' Holder
and Mra. atternoon.Mra. .
members. of the D,Y. P.. U. Tuesday transacting bUlllnus bere Butler Saturday
r floor ot the Ma. itJra t.o Jacksonville last week. were Dick Hewitt is ill at this writing '
the lower
li night on 'tlr.! Driggere of Lake Butler was this week. Dekle street.
decorated for Jacksonville at her home on
Ionic hail, which Wall Miss Direl Mullady, of ,,
i Valentine Idea being! In town Friday atternoon. Mrs. C.S Mrs. George Coleman and Mr.
with
the hen
ti, the occaaion( Ovid brooks ot St. Augustine\ spent spent the weekend.
play.
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