Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 3, 1922
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Established 1879.YOLUME Snbscrlptlon.....Per Year $2.00; Six Months $1.00. Payable In Advance E. S. Matthews. Editor and Proprietor.

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Awful Deed Took Place on Road in $1,000 Scholarship and State Prizes Service on Friday 'evening at 7:30whe'n : Took Place During Service and Almost The revival meetings- are on, and '
Presence of-Witnesses First Offered School Students we expect to consider "Some Occupations
Grade-Freeman Wilson. High Caused Panic are full of the spirit' that spells success.
Second Grade B-Etta Fay Gill, for Lent." Coma and learn The people have a mind to
Jesse Griffls shot and killed himself Mary Brownlee Sara Hope Haynes, A $1,000 university scholarship and what Lent is for. Sunday evening while the services work as well as to be in attendance praJ'and

on a road on the western outskirts of Marie Brown, Joe Brown, John Inman. a number of state prizes are offered On the first Sunday In Lent there were going on, fire was noticed in tht upon the services. Each night

Lawtey about 10 a. m., last Fridny, I Miss Olive Ray, teucher. to students of Florida high schools will be our Lord's own service at 11a. ceiling of the Christian church. Some since Sunday there have been men and

borrowing* a pistol for the purpose Second Grade A-Richard Long, who will write the best essays on m. and evening prayer at 7:30: p. commotion ensued, but Rev. Dau h- women to respond to the invitation to II

from James Lowery, under pretense Ben Sternberic, Joe Brown, Leroy Wilson "How Good Roads are Developing My m. erty, the preacher took in the situation decidu for Christ, while others are

that he wanted to kill a rabbit. The Howard Hydorn, J. O. Turner, Community" according to an announcement We observe Sunday because our at n glance and with a few words", not far from the Kingdom. We make

deed was seen by at least two persons. Jr., Grace Alvarez, Etholin White, just made through the Lord arose from the dead on that day. prevented what might have been a a special appeal to those who find

The particulars are substantially us Maurice Morgan, Evelyn Stump. general extension division of the University Every Sunday is a minor Easter: and panic, as the church was well filled. themselves confined to their homes '

follows: Third Grade-Billy Graham, James of Florida. every Friday in a minor Good Friday.In Several men present went to work through sickness to spend the hour of

Friday morning Jesse Griffis, in I Richard Wainwright, Hazel Adkins, The national prize is a scholarship, many cities there is somewhat of a and had almost extinguished the meeting in prayer In the quiet of tho

company with Jet Griffis, a relative, Betty McLane, Alice Fernandez. Louise good at any American University lull in the social whirl and it is a flames before the firemen arrived. The I home, A greater service may be rendered I

went by the place of J. A. Allen and I ]Howe. Bliss Evelyn Pemaree, nnd given by Mr. Harvey S. Firestone favorable time when spiritual influences 'I jcauso of tho fire was probably from In this way than by being present '

found the latter at work plowing. I teacher. through the Highway and Highway may be more effective. lightning which had been rather heavy at the church. "Let us not bo I

They asked Mr. Allen to go with them Fourth ratio A-Louise Hayes, Letla Transport Education Committee of Lent is a much abused word and often a short while before, the fluid\ havIng wenry in well going." 'II

down the road a piece, which he did. Den Andrews, Dora Manning, Wilbur which Hon. John J. Tigert, Commissioner spoken of lightly by those who da followed an electric wire into tho "
Tonight Thursday is to bo "SchoolNight"
Soon Mr. and Mrs.. James Lowery entered f Griffls. of Education, is Chairman. not understand it. Its lessons are building and set fire to some papers ,

the same road from another Fourth Grade B-Velma Schilke, The General Extension Division, in lessons of devotion, its truths are on the ('('iii nit'. It was thought nt The pupils of the grade and '

road. After a friendly chat they al! Eloise Ritch :Murrell Silcox, J. D. i cooperating with the committee, will truths of manhood; its plea is for first that very little damage had betn high Bullen, school will are to be present, and Dr. 1

proceeded in the same direction, but I Griflls, Jr., William Brown. Miss Marguerite offer the several state prizes for the reality triumphing over tho shams of done by the fire, but further search them. Come have a special sermon for :
and hear
Jesse Griffis asked Allen and Lowery Shriver teacher.j best essay written by Florida high hfi Its many-sided truths commend revealed that it was considerable. To them sing. \

to stop a minute and told the others I j Fifth Grade-Julia Etta Canova, school boys and girls. who enter the themselves to different people in different defray the cost of repairs of the dam- The revival will continue each night ,

that he and his companions would ,I Ralph Cheshire Paul Knight Mildred contest. Principals of high schools ,ways, but there is an underlyIng ago caused by the fire, and other necessary of the wevk excepting Saturday. Sun

noon catch up with them. Jesse Grif Silcox, Allan Long. Don Mott, Merrill will be asked. to urge as many high spirit which makes men better, repairs to tho church, money Is !,, day will be a day of good things j,

fis then said he SRW a rabbit. Mr. I McMillan. Miss Eva Barn, teacher. school students as possible to write nobler, holier in their daily lives- being asked for in a petition now In There will be special evangelistic sermons 1

Lowery who is the constable of the essays on this subject. From the total and that is what we want. Lent appeals circulation. both morning and evening IJr

district drew his pistol and looked I Sixth Grade-Elizabeth Andrews, number, each local principal will ) to some because its antiquity.It whilu! at the Bible School the pastor I f

around for the supposed rabbit, but Ina Boyd, Mary Lee Wynn, Lois Colley select the throe best essays written by runs all through the Christian cen- CHRISTIAN CHURCH NOTES: will conduct brier service. Coma .\
Jesse Griflls asked him to loan him Junior MacDonald, Elmer McMil his shl
the weapon and let him do the shoot I lan, Jerry Moore, Lueile Johns, Beatrice forwarded to the General Extension I deviation only as to details, there have Owing to the fire in the church last that are coming from above. The or-

ing. Griflls (tot the pistol, cocked it Howe. C. R. Sapp teacher. Division and entered in the state con been days of preparation for tho Sunday night; the minister has secured dtainc'e" of baptism will be administer-

and went off a short distance, then { Seventh Grade-Sammy Sternberg, tent. In the state contest the essays great generations, even in Jewish his the courthouse in which to have eiffit tho morning! Bt1rvi<'e. '

put the pistol to the right side of his / Eugene Matthews!'!, Gussie Mae Bennett will be considered individually in com tory, with deviation only as to details, Bible school' and preaching services Next week the revival will continue.

head and pulled on the trigger, but Edna Manning. petition with every other essay entered there havu been days of preparation next Sunday and Sunday night. Monday. tlilCht will bo "Sunday 1

the pistol being hard. on the trigger, Eighth! Grade-Robert Demorest, for first, !second! and third place. for the great Paschal Feast-known Preaching immediately after Bible School NightTuesday night will be ,_:.

it did not fire at the first attempt. Lois Edwards, James William Brown- Students winning these places in the in our day as Easter. Its antiquity school. Subject, "Encouragement" "Suburban Night." AU[ from surrounding

"Don't do that!" Allen cried, but lee, Freeman Johns) Thelnm Snell- state contest will be awarded medals proves its value. Think of the saintly text Isn. 41 ::6-8. country are Invited to be

:" Griflis made desperate pull at the ] grove, Millard Cooper, Callis Manning given by the general extension divis J live it has fostered and developed; Junior C. E. 4 p. m.'Cun'ernlnlC with us on this night, and automobiles

! trigger, the shot was fired, the bullet II. j Frank Carpenter. Mrs Bessie Mc- ion. The essay winning first place in of the cureless lives to which it has Faith." 7:30: () I p. m. will be In readiresn to take home t...

I. crashed through his brain and he fell I Gruder, teocher.I the state contest will be entered in the given force" and direction; of the multitudes Work-wtfl 1 bo begun immediately to any who may find It too fur to Walk, 1

/, dend.As. High School-Paul Cannva, Nellie national contest in competition with I who enfoy tho bliss of Paradise repair the interior of the church. The especially with children. (Indeed, !

\ soon as possible Sheriff Epper I Stearns, Louise Fernandez.! Ras> Drini I essays from other states for. the national because of its inspirations. Its plan contemplates 'making a now interior thera are automobiles at the church '

; son was notified, and he, accompanied i son, Isabel Fernandez, Orrio Wiggins, scholarship prize.In memories 1 are !sacred.! Thus we can I of the church. The friondu and itch nlffht for J.Hw. purpose of taking '

I by County Judge R. A. Green and Laura Wynn, Eunice Perkins Renn addition to the corltust among individual I say with George Herbert, "Welcome members are responding. liberally to home) th'oso! who, come from a distance. "' ;' I

( Deputy W. W. Buisdcn went to Law Koon, Blanche Alderman, Fannie Dar < students!! in the state, the dear Feast of I.ent." this work, all of which speaks well for If your nu'mu l is sent to the

;' tey to hold on inquest over the dead II by, Sinnh Moore Rosa Leviton, Mildred high school whose three essays enter the heart of our cituunship. pastor or any of the men of the church ;

man. A coroner's jury was empaneled ,Gill, Hugh Brownlee. ed in the state contest are judged to nn'lI.; HALLIGAN In case the work Is not ,completedin they will\ gladly have someone bring
I following well RasBrinson be thy best three entered time for in and. take back any Who wl h to attend lti"1
; composed of the First Term-Paul Canova by anyone ; ;: the evangelistic meetings,
, known citizens: A. H. Harley, John Orrie Wiggins, Laura Wynn, school will be awarded first place The people Starke were shocked the courthouse will be secured and tho the revival. Don't hesitate, to .

',,' Browning, Jeff Dowling, Wm. Redding Eunice Perkins, Iris Epperson, Hugh among the high schools of Florida to hear of the death of Mr. Ted II.Halligan metin"11\ begin tho Lord Willing, Jiiyo! ygur num and the number who" ..

t E. E. Burney, and P. G. Harg- Brownltl"Dlanche; Alderman. and will be given a trophy cup by the which occurred Inst Friday I promptly the second Sunday in March wish to come), Wednesday night will i1J
night, at his home In Lc'ettbunr.Mr. be "business Men's Night." It would
." ler. After examining: the witnesses general extension division. All are invited to ('ome.I .
above mentioned they reached the verdict U. D. C. MEETI NG The prize offered to the individual Ilulligun was cashier of the pleaH! UK to sc'u every business man
Bank of Stnrke for about out at this service. Thursday. night
that "Jesse Griflls came to his students and the individual high seven years, LAKE llirn.ER
death by a pistol wound inflicted by Mrs. George A. Anderson charmingly school in the state contest are to be and his. many friemh hen* regret"' exceedingly I will bo But apart as "Soldier HoysNight.
to hear of his I Identh. ." All soldiers of the
entertained the W. T.Vet'ks chapter '
his own hand. given entirely independent of tho out Lake ButlerIarl.h! 3.-A. E.: Proctor
and ten C. afternoon other Tho funeral took. place American and World War along with
The de-censed leaves a wife U. D. Wednesday come of the national contest. I spent Tuesday at Sapp.
day afternoon, from tho 1\Ion-1 the members of the National Guard,
children. That his desperate deed waa home on N. Walnut street. Leroy Mi/elle: and Miss Wilma Andrews
not the impulse. of the moment, was The vice president, Mrs. J.\t.! church in I.eesburtr, and! was motored to Raiford. Sunday afternoon. are invited. to this 111..('ti III(. Friday,

proved by a letter, found on the body Brownlee gracefully presided over LAWTEY by hundreds of people.) ( i night will he "Family Night." A special

him and Mrs. ,V. J. Epperson I I mi-usage will be given on "Thu
Baisden written by meeting .
by Deputy Lawtey March 3.-A large number !Miss !Mao Duke, of IMX'" Mile, spent' "
self to explain the reason for his deed discharged the duties of secretary. of members of the Woman's Clubs of HAMPTON: : Sunday the guest of Miss Ruby Proc Family. .
The letter which The registrar reported the completion Thl revival in.
and justify it. Starke and Lake Butler in attendance I'rl"lIt,1 tor. riot confined\ t shows a losing fight for existence, and of credentials of Mrs. Geo. C. White, were ;I Hampton, March 3.-E.: V. length of times So long as good I U
at an important club Mrs. W. If. Willoure, of Brookcf,
bereaved is W. C. and Mrs. J. E. meeting of Green Cove Springs, is the I ( dune '
t much love for his family, Mrs. Powell. at the LawteyVoman's Club House guest was a truest of Miss. Marshall Proctor being ( and men and women are
as follows\ : I Good fellow, of Lawtey and these ladies Tuesday. The of his l1otherfn.! Idellu Priest. !Tuesday. bring waved, the meetings will bu con :
object of the
"Lawtey, Fla., Feb. 21 I, 1922.-Tojny are now members in regular was to organize county federations meeting orVoman's Rev. rturke, of Wuldo, preached after-1 at I j Miss Delia Colaon, of Alachua, tinued. Dr. Bullen preaches, sings, .'.
friends It standing. The chapter was glad to the Methodist church Sunday and certain
wife and children and : on nighta II lust rat en his
'I \ Slubs in connection with the spent the week-end here guost of Mrs.
is not the old chairs! that make me do I welcome) into their midst Mrs. T. C. state federation. A delegation noon I I>. W. Borum. sermon with the aid of the stcrcopti-
was I
bother I Morris newly acquired member. Rev. Wheatley preached at the
this for they cannot me. con.
expected from Macclcnny but owing Mrs. Iva Sprinkle ami son, Henry,
During the social period, the hostess Christian church Sunday morning.Mr. Scotland Is ut
family the
cannot support my de'ent.1 I to the bad roads caused by the recent accompanied by Miss Sheally of Flora present in grip ofn
Wages is so low and my family so assisted by her mother Mrs. W. J. Eddy of Alnchuu county, was mighty revival. May Sturke and
rains the delegation failed to get here. home, spent the week-end, guest of
large that my wages will not support I Epperson served delicious caramel Considerable business was transacted a business vsiitor here last!' week.W. Mrs. Susie TownHend.J alt America, Im spec'ilily' caught in
them. So rood bye to all of my family and pound cake with fruit punch. K. Baker, of Brooklyn, was a such a sweeping/ movement of the '
and a general good time was had by S. Howard and charming daughter
and brother and sister and my The April meeting will be held at business visitor here Tuesday. Spirit of God!
my all] Dinner of !Miller the
was served at the club spent Sunday guest
friends. I am going home to weep no the home of Mrs. O. L. Ilaynes. house.: W. B. Baker of Gainesville, has of Mrs. J. M. Mann.
to been here this week. I'KKSIIYTERIAIS NKWH
don't want nobody weep
more. Ben Duke of Five !Mile in town
for me. Just say he is gone home to STITCH AND CHATTER CLUB DeWitt C. Jones, of Starke, was a Mrs. O. Haynes who has been th. business. was -
Fridny on
'rest. Amen. Good-bye, little Reba visitor to Lawtey Tuesday. guest of her lion, B. Haynes, of Win Sunday school at 10 o'clock Next
C. C. McCall of Guilford, motored
Griflls, the dearest thinpj on earth to This appropriately named club met Mrs. Lily Alford and sons, of San ter Haven for several weeks has returned to Lake Butler ,Saturday. Sunday wo shall consider God's mercy :
Jesse Griflls." Thursday afternoon with Miss Carrie derson were guests this week of Mr. to her home here. to I a heathen city-mercy extended
me.- The series of meetings of the Chris
The deceased was a highly respected Uglow: at her home on Lafayette and Mrs. Louis Marr. Minn Lucille Johns of Starke was tian church conducted by Sam J. when that city, Nineveh, humbled itself

man and his sad death has spread a street. After the sewing had been laid Mr. and Mrs. James Thomas and visiting friend and relatives here last White is being well attended and much before the God of all the earth.
away Mist Uglow served coffee cake children Saturday. At our 11 o'clock preaching service
gloom over Lawtey and surrounding Mr. and Mrs. Bcnhardt and Interest has been manifested.!
section, where his friends were numerous and sandwiches. Mrs. Nelle Hughes, Mrs. Stare left Tuesday for their B. Johns was transacting business, ,!' Carl nnd Wither Brown, of Miller, WP shall try to see accurately what it

and much sympathy is felt Washington, and Mrs. W. K. Swin- home in Terrehautc, Ind. They were at the county site this week. motored to Lake Butler Sunday. In to lie. a Christian-what Christ

for his bereaved! family. yer, of San Francisco, were visitors intending spending a while longer but Mrs. J. II. Pollard has been a visItor Mrs. Brady Brown and children/ Himself nays ono must do In order, to
on this delightful occasion. to Starke. follow Him. People hold! differing
owing to illness of one of the party, have moved their household goods/ to
TOO MUCH WHISK The Stitch and Chatter Club memo they decided to hasten the trip. Mrs. W. P. Birt and. daughter, Florrlo \ their home in Miller. We regret to ideas of what a Christian Is. Coma
bers are Mesdamcs W. G. Stiingfel- Geo. F. Belle, were visitors to Sampton and compare your Idea of a Christian
Young business visitor
was a lose this family.Mr. .
Wednesday afternoon C. L. Under low, A. W. Anderson', E. M. Johns, E. to this week.Elbcrt with Christ's own requirements of everyone
Hampton Tuesday. and Mrs. C. A. Savage have
bill was before Mayor L. A. Davis, M. Davis George A. Anderson, Misses Witt of Lake City was in who would, follow Him.
James Goodfellow] returned home moved In the Pinholster cottage on
charged with having an undue amount Mabel Wellcr and Carrie Uglow.l'IWOl'CE town this week. He was the guest of In the 7:30: even worship we shall
from last week after absent Dekle street.
Tampa being
of intoxicating liquor in his posses Mrs. Elizabeth Hicks and E.': J. King Investigate what the life beyond the
( SHIPMENTS I several weeks transacting business Mrs. Dock Crews of New River,
not guilty and was while here. grave holds, for the Christiun. If you
sion. He plead
in the South Florida metropolis. motored to Lake Butler Saturday.Mr. .
ably defended by D. E.: Knight, Esq, The residence owned by W. L. Bugg are a Christian, what are you looking
ofJ"week: and Mrs. Gurney Crews of
while A. Z. Adkfns, Esq., represented At the end the strawberries The largest shipment'of strawberries in the southern part of town, burned forward, to when this life shall be no
New River motored to Lake Butler
the city. Mr. Underhill was convicted had recovered from the back from Lawtey this season was! about one p. m. Friday night. It is more for you? It Is well that we shall

and sentenced to a fine of $100 and set }given them by inclement weather, shipped Tuesday. There were forty- supposed to have caught fire from a Saturday. know what Is In store for us after
Miss Norma Dekle and. Miss
costs. The case will be appealed to a and Saturday afternoon fort -bushels nine crates on the afternoon train and defective flue as the fire was discovered cousin death, for death Is more !sure! than
boxes. a few on the morning train. If the Ruby Proctor spent the week-end at
higher court. were sent off in refrigerator near the kitchen flue. The house even taxes. ,
This week from 30 to 60 bushels have weather stays warm there will be car was occupied by J. II. Pollard and Five Mile. No prayer meeting at our church I

CHICKEN PILAU SUPPER 'been shipped off daily The price paid lot shipments by the latter part of family. Mr. Pollard. who It a travelIng Math Dukes, of Five Mile, wan in next Wedne
.. --- :, has been from 20 f"> 23 cents per the week. :The prices have been very salesman was away from home affairs.town Saturday looking after business Dr. Bullen's people in the Baptist

Mrs. W. C. Powell and committee quart. satisfactory so far. when the house burned and only a church at the prayer meeting. hour.
Mrs. Forrest and Ar-
will give a chicken pilau supper this Our shippers, N. BHull. J. M. Tru- small amount of the furnishings! were dell of Five Drawdy visitors son,here Should you "drop In on them" on each
evening (Friday) at the Futch buildIng by C. A. Durling! E. M. Thomas L. THANKS MISSES GRIFFIN AND saved. Had it not been for a thought were week-night there will be no serious
from 6 to 8 o'clock. Supper will A. Davis, J. F. Kickliter, are kept LEVITON ful colored man, Sandy Newsom givIng objections raised. Let each remember
Steve of New attending
Cason River
include chicken pilau salad pickles, busy buying and shipping strawberries the fire alarm with his engine. the to business in town Saturday.E. in daily prayer these revival services
sandwiches and coffee. Price 60 cents. sweet potatoes and other pro Messrs. Harvey and Sternberg wish loss would have been greater. which our brothers and listers In our

Benefit Woman's Club. duce. This week E. M. Thomas hai to publicly thank Miss Rosa Leviton Major L. A. Odum and wife of Jacksonville common faith are holding.Under .

.. shipped a carload of cabbage and for her services in producing the High have been here this week S. Gainey who moved here a few

Messrs. Cady Bronke Hartman and cabbage being very plentiful and of School Minstrels. She Is a talented looking. after the business of the farm weeks ago from LaCrosse Alachua the management of Mrs.

Ilerschell Crosby prominent members choice quality carload shipments will pianist and deserving of a great deal The farm is In charge. of Mr. and Mrs. county Is so favorably Impressed that Nelle Hughes there wilt be a children's

I of the Starke Growers' Association, be the rule. of the credit for the succesa of the P. E. Taylor of Columbia county and he has purchased a lot on Saunders play given on Thursday evening, the

have just returned from Homestead Our truckers are busy getting ready show. they have It In good shape with indications street in Plant City Heights, and has 10th inst. The parts will be taken by

and Miami, where they went to learn for big crops of Irish potatoes sweet Miss Ethel Griffin is also to be complimented for a prosperous year. started the work of building a seven- a number of kindergarten and other*

the most approved way of picking, corn, tomatoes and watermelons. for the manner In which she Mrs. Lillian Wainwright who hAlt room bungalow. The construction of small children and them will also be

packing and shipping tomatoes prep put over her numbers ]laboring under been In Palatka for several weeks fs the home Is under supervision of E. a one act comedy by grown people.

aratory to planting a rather large Only the wise mMn can recognize the handicap-of a voice almost gone the guest of her niece, Mrs. A. A. J. Ward and N. E. Baxter of Gaines This play \I.. for the benefit of the new

acreage of this esculent bere.I the real folly of a tool.Oo from a cold and hoarseness. Durden. ville.-Plant City Courier. club house fund.


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Awful Deed Took Place on Road in $1,000 Scholarship and State Prizes Service on Friday evening at 7,30when 7: : Took Place During Service and Almost The revival meetings are on, and 'j:
Presence of'Witnesses First Grade Freeman Offered School StudentsA we expect to consider "Some Occupations
Wilson. High Caused Punic are full of the spirit that spells suc 'fl
Second Grade B Etta for Lent. Come and learn
Fay Gill The have
cess. people a mind to
Jesse Griffis shot and killed himself t Mary Brownlee, Sara Hope Haynes, $1,000 university scholarship and what Lent is for. II Sunday evening while the services and work as well as to be in attendance pray- ,

on a road on the western outskirts of Marie Brown, Joe Brown John Inmiin. a number of state prizes aro offeredto On the first Sunday in Lent there were going! on, fire was noticed in the upon the services.! Each night

Lawtey about 10 a. m., last Friday I Miss Olive Ray, teacher. students of Florida high schools will be our Lord's own service at 11 ceiling of the Christian church. Some .since. Sunday there have been men and

borrowing a pistol for the purpose Second Grade A-Richard Long who will write the best essays on a. m. and evening prayer at 7:30: p. commotion ensued but Rev. Daugh- women to respond to the invitation to

from James Lowery under pretense Ben Sternberg Joe Brown Leroy Wilson "How Good Roads are Developing My I m.We erty, the preacher took In the situa- decide for Christ while others are

that he wanted to kill a rabbit. The Howard Hydorn J. O. Turner Community," according to an an- observe Sunday because our tion at glance/ and with a few words. not far from tho Kingdom. We makea

deed was seen by at least two persons. Jr., Grace Alvarez Etholin White, nouncement just made through the Lord arose from the dead on that diiy. prevented what might have been a special appeal to those who find

The particulars are substantially us Maurice Morgan Evelyn Stump. general extension: division of the University Every Sunday is a minor Easter and panic, as the church was well filled. themselves confined to their homes ,

follows: Third Grade-Billy Graham James of Florida. every Friday is a minor Good Friday. Several men present went to work through sickness to spend the hour of

Friday morning Jesse Griffis in Richard Wainwright, Hazel Adkins The national prize is a scholarship In many cities thero is somewhat of a I and had almost extinguished tho meeting in prayer in the quiet of the

company with Jeff Grins, a relative Betty Me Lane, Alice Fernandez Louise good at any American University lull in the social whirl and it Is a flames before the firemen arrived. Tho home. A greater service be rendered -
went by the place of J. A, Allen and I Howe. Miss Evelyn Demnree and given by Mr. Harvey S. Firestone favorable time when spiritual influences I cause of tho fire was probably from In this than may
way by being/ present -
found the latter at work plowing. I teacher. through,: the Highway and Highway I may be more effective. ''I lightning, which had been rather heavy at the church. "Let us not be

They asked Mr. Allen to go with them Fourth Grade A-Louise Hayes, Leila Transport Education Committee of Lent is a much abused word, and often a short while before tho fluid having weary in well going." i
down the road a piece which he did. Dea Andrews, Dora Manning, Wil- which Hon. John J. Tigert Commissioner spoken of I lightly by those wh. do : followed an electric wire into the
Soon :Mr. and Mrs.' James Lowery en- r bur GrifllH. of Education is Chairman.The not understand it. Its lessons are I building! and Bet fire to some paperson Tonight" Thursday, is to be "School ;
Night. The of
tered the same road from another Fourth Grade B-V'elmu Schilke General Extension Division in lessons of devotion its truths are the ceiling. It was thought at pupils the grade and

road. After a friendly chat they all Eloise Ritc.h, Murrell Silcox J. D. cooperating with the committee, will truths of manhood; its plea is for first that very little damage had born high school are to be present and Dr.
Mullen will have
proceeded in the same direction but Grins, Jr., William Brown. Miss Mar- offer the several state prizes for the reality triumphing over the shams of done by the fire, but further search a special sermon for
them. Come and hear them
Jesse Grifiii asked Allen and Loweryto guerite Shriver teacher. best essay written by Florida hiA'h' life. Its many-sided truths commend revealed that it was considerable. To sing.

stop a minute and told the others I! Fifth Grade--Julia Etta Canovu school boys and girls who enter the themselves to different people in dif I defray the cost of repairs of-the dam The revival will continue each night

that he and his companions would l I Ralph Cheshire Paul Knight Mildred contest. Principals of high schools ferentways, but there Is an underlying age caused, by the fire, and other necessary of the week, kxceptlng Saturday. Sun- .,

soon catch up with them. Jesse Grif- Silcox, Allan Long, Don Mott Merrill will be asked to urge as many high spirit which makes men better repairs to tho church, money Is: day will be a day of good things. j

fis then said he saw a rabbit. !Mr. 'I McMillan. Miss Eva Burrs, teacher. school students as possible to write nobler, holier in their daily lives- being asked for in a petition now In There will be special evangelistic sermons ;

Lowery, who is the constable of) the i, essays on this subject. From the total and that is what we want. Lent appeals circulation. both morning and evening ;R

district drew his pistol and looked i I Sixth Grade-Elizabeth Andrews, number each local principal will to some because of Its antiquity.It : -- while) at the Bible School the pastor Ir

around for the supposed rabbit but i Ina Boyd Mary Lee Wynn Lois Col- select the three best essays written by runs all through the Christian cen CHRISTIAN CHURCH NOTES will conduct brief service. Come

Jesse! Grins. asked him to loan him ley, Junior MacDonald, Elmer McMil- his students. These essays will be turies. In all the generations with' and shore with u* in the blessings

the weapon and let him do the shoot lan, Jerry Moore, Lucile Johns Beatrice forwarded to the General Extension I deviation only as to details" there have Owing to the fire' in the church last that are coming from above. The or-

ing. Griffis got the pistol cocked it Howe. C. R. Sapp, teacher. Division and entered in the state con- I I been days of preparation for the Sunday night the minister has secured "' of baptism will be administorchat -

and went off a short distance then Seventh Grade-Sammy Sternberg, test. In the state contest the essays great generations even In Jewish his- ( the courthouse in which to have tho morning service.

put the pistol to the right side of his I Eugene Matthews Gusxie Mae Bennett will be considered individually in competition tory, with deviation only as to details!, Bible school and preaching services Next week the revival will continue. -

head and pulled on the trigger, but I Edna Manning, with every other essay entered there have been days of: preparationfor next Sunday and Sunday night. Monday night will be "Sunday

the pistol being hard on the Eighth Grade-Robert Dcmorest, for first second and third place. the great Paschal Feast-known Preaching Immediately after Bibly School Night. Tuesday night will be

it did not fire at the first trillg-cr'l Lois Edwards, James William Brown- Students winning these places! in the in our day as Easter. Its antiquity school. Subject "Encouragement"1: "Suburban NI ht." All from surrounding -

"Don't do that!" Allen lee, Freeman Johns Thelma Snell- state contest will be awarded medals proves its value. Think of the saintly text Isa. 41::6.8. country are invited to be
the ) given by the general extension div liven It has fostered l and with us on this night' and automobiles -
Griffis made a desperate pull at grove Millard Cooper, Callis Manning lI- '' developed; Junior C. E. 4 p. m.
trigger, the shot was fired the bullet j Frank Carpenter. Mrs. Bessie Mc- ion. The essay winning first place in of the cureless lives to which it has 'Concerning Faith." 7:30: p. m. will be in readiness to take home H, ;
crashed through his brain and he fell Gruder teacher. the state contest will be entered In the given force and direction; of the multitudes Work will be begun immediately to any who may find It too far to walk ,

dead. High School-Paul Canova, Nellie national contest in competition with who enjoy the bliss of Paradise repair the Interior of tho church. The especially with children. (Indeed

As. soon as possible Sheriff Epper- Stearns Louise Fernandez, Ras Brim- essays! from other states for. tho national because of its inspirations. Its 'I'''I plan contemplates making a new interior there are automobiles at the church t,

son was notified, and he, accompanied i son, Isabel Fernandez Orrie Wiggins/ scholarship prize. memories are Hncred. Thus we can of the church. Tho friends and each night for .the purpose of taking ,

by County Judge, R. A. Green ands, Laura Wynn, Eunice Perkins Renn In addition to the coif test among individual I say with George Herbert "Welcomedear I members are responding liberally\ to home those who come from a dis '1

" Deputy W. W. Baisden went to Law Koon, Blanche Alderman, Fannie Darby students in the state the Feast of Lent. this work, all of which speaks well for tance. If your name is sent to the

r, tey to hold an inquest over the dead Sinah Moore, Rosa Leviton, Mildred high school whose three essays enter. the heart of our citizenship pastor! or any of the lI11'n.ot the church i' +

h man. A coroner's jury was empanel 'Gill, Hugh Brownlee. ed in tho state contest are judged to TED II. IIALLIGAN In case the work is not completedin they will gladly have someone bring '

ed, composed of the following well I First Term-Paul Canova, Ras' be the best three entered by any one time for the evangelistic/ meetings In and take back any who wish to at.

known citizens: A. H. Harley John Brinson Orrie Wiggins Laura Wynn, school will be awarded first place The people of Starke were shockedto the courthouse will bo secured and thu tend the revival. Don't hesitate tog

Browning, Jeff Dowling, Win. Redding Eunice Perkins Iris Epperson: HughBrownlOTVBlanche I among the high schools. of Florida, hear of the death of Mr. Ted IIt;'I I meeting will begin the Lord willing,. 1Y-tl yojur name and tho number t'ho.( ., (

E. E. Durney, and P. G. Harg-/ Alderman. and will be given a trophy cup by the llalligan, which occurred last Friiiiiv, I promptly the second Sunday in March' wish" to come). Wednesday night will MI
' ler. After examining the witnesses general extension division. night at his home in Lecuburg.Mr /!. I'I All are invited to come. bo "business, Men's Night. It would

d above mentioned they reached the verdict U. I). C. MEETING The prize offered to the Individual Mulligan: was cashier uf th,' please u.s to see every business. man

, that "Jesse Grins came to his students and the individual high! Bunk of Starke for about. wen yl'S 1'8.1' LAKE IUITLERLuke out at this. service, Thursday night

n death by a pistol wound inflicted by Mrs George A. Anderson charmingly school in the state contest are to be and bin many friends hero regret exceedingly will be sut apart as "Soldier Boys
entertained the W. T. Weeks tn hear of his untimely Night. All soldiers of the Spanish
+ his own hand"I chap given entirely independent of the" out- Butler March 3.-A. K.: Proc-
I The deceased leaves a wife and ten ter U. D. C. Wednesday! afternoon at come of the national contest death. The funeral t took place Monday tor spent Tuesday at Sapp. I American and World War along with '
children. That his desperate deed was her home on N. Walnut street. afternoon, from the Presbyterian the members of tho National Guard
Leroy Muelle and Miss Wilma Andrews
Mrs. J. M. church in Lcenlmrg, and attended invited to this meeting. Friday
not the impulse of the moment, was The vice president was are
motored to Kaiford Sunday afternoon
i proved by a letter, found on the body Brownlee, gracefully presided over LAWTEY by hundred of people.HAMPTON. night will he "Family Night.: A special -

[ by Deputy Baisden written by him- the meeting and Mrs. W. J. Epperson -- I message will bo given:' on "Tho
Lawtey March 3.-A large numberof Miss !Mao Duke of live Mile spent .
[self to explain the reason for his deed discharged! the duties of secretary.The Family."
members of the Woman's Clubs of Sunday the guest of Miss Ruby Pruu-
land justify it. The letter which registrar reported the completionof Starke and Lake Butler in attendance tn". This revival I IK, nut confined to any
chows a losing fight for existence and credentials of Mrs. Geo. C. White were Hampton, March 3.-K. V. Priest, length of time So long an good I In,
at 1Ifrll.V'
an important club II. Wilhiure of Brookef
,i much love for his bereaved family, is Mrs. W. C. Powell and !Mrs' J. E. the meetingat of Green Cove Springs, is the guest I lii'ing (dons, and men and women are'
Lawtey Woman's Club House was a guest of Minn Marshall PrOl.torTuesday.
as follows: Goodfellow of Lawtey, and these ladies .....___1.... The of his mother Mrs. 1,11'11" Priest I I being" saved the meetings will bu con
object of the
Ml J. "Lawtey Fla., Feb. 21, 1922.-To I are now members in regular ucauuy.to organize county federations: meetingwas of Rev. Burke, of Waldo preached nt I Miss Delia Colson of Alachua tinued. Dr. Bullun preaches sings
wife and children and friends: It i standing. The chapter was glad to the Methodist ch'ureh Sunday after arid on certain nights illustrates. his
$ lilY ( Woman's
the ,
Slubs In connection with the spent week-end here guest of Mrs
is not the old chairs that make me do welcome into their midst Mrs. T. C. noon. I sermon with the aid of tho stereopticon -
I state federation. A D. W. Borum.
{ this for they cannot bother me. I Morris, a newly acquired member. delegation was Rev Wheatley preached at the(! .
expected from Macclenny but Mrs. Iva Sprinkle and son, Henry
cannot support my family decent. During the social period the hostess the bad roads owingto Christian church Sunday, morning. Scotland, In at present In the grip ofa
caused the accompanied by Miss Sheally of Fiord
by recent
Wages is so low and my family so assisted by her mother Mrs. W. J. Mr. Eddy, of Alachua county wns mighty revival. May Starke and
rains the delegation failed to get here. home, spent tho week-end guest of
large that my wages will not support Epperson served delicious caramel Considerable business a business vsiitor here last week. Mrs. Susie Townnend. alt America be speedily caught in
them. So good bye to all of my fam- and pound cake with fruit punch. was transactedand W. f:. Baker of Brooklyn, wan a such a sweeping movement. of the
general J, S. Howard and
good time charming daughter
ily and my brother and sister and my The April meeting will be held at / was had by business visitor here Tuesday Spirit of Clod!
all Dinner of Miller spent Sunday the guest
friends. I am going home to weep no the home of Mrs.. O. L.. Haynes. house., was served at the club W. B. Daker, of Gainesville, him
of Mrs. J. M. Mann.
more. I don't want nobody to weep been here this week. PRESBYTERIAN NEWS
STITCH AND CHATTER CLUB DeWitt C. Jones of Starke was a Mrs. O. Ben Duke of Five Mile was in town
for me. Just !say he is gone home to Haynes who has been the -
business.C. .
'rest. Amen. Good-bye little Reba visitor to Lawtey Tuesday. guest bf her son, H. Haynes of Winter Friday on Sunday school at 10 o'clock. Next,
C. McCull of Guilford motoredto
Grins the dearest thins/; on earth to This appropriately named club met Mrs. Lily Alford and sons, of San Haven for several weeks has returned Lake Butler Sunday, wo nhull consider God's mer
me.-Jesse Griffis." Thursday afternoon with Miss Carrie derson were guests this week of Mr. to her homo here Saturday.The cy to a heathen city-mercy extended
series of of the Christian
The deceased was a highly respected Uglow, at her home on Lafayette and Mrs. Louis Marr. Miss Lucille Johns of Sturke, was church conducted meetings, Sam J. when that city, Nineveh humbled itself -

man and his gad death has spread a street. After the sewing had been laid !Mr. and Mrs. James Thomas and visiting friends and relatives here last White is being well attended by and much before the God of all tho earth. i

gloom over Lawtey and surrounding away Miss Uglow served coffee, cake children Mr. and Mrs. Benhardt and Saturday. Interest has been manifested. At our 11 o'clock preaching servicewe

section where his friends were nu and sandwiches. Mrs. Nelle Hughes, Mrs. Stare left Tuesday for their B. Johns was transacting business Carl and Wilber Brown of Miller shall try to sue accurately what it

merous and much sympathy is felt of Washington and Mrs. W. K. Swin- home in Terrehaute Ind. They were at the county site this week. motored to Lake Butler Sunday.Mrs. in to he a Christian-what Christ

for his bereaved family. yer of San Francisco were visitorson intending spending a while longer but Mrs. J. H. Pollard has been a visitor Brady Brown and children himself says one must do !In order to

this. delightful occasion owing to illness of one of the party to Starke. have moved their hous.hoMtood... tit follow Him. Pooplu hold differing
TOO MUCH WHISK The Stitch and Chatter Club memo they decided to hasten the trip. Mrs. W. P. flirt and daughter, Flor- their home in Miller. We regret to ideas of what a Christian is., Come
bers are Mesdames W. G. Stringfellow Geo. F. tie Belle were visitors to Samptonthis and compare your !idea of a Christian
Young was a business visitor lose this family.
Wednesday afternoon C. L. Underhill A. W. Anderson E. M. Johns, E. week. with Christ's own requirements of everyone -
Hampton Tuesday. Mr.\ and Mrs C. A. Savage have
was before Mayor L. A. Davis, M. Davis George A. Anderson Misses Elbrrt Witt, of Lake City was in who would follow Him.
James moved in the Plnholster
Goodfellow returned home cottage on
charged with having an undue amountof Mabel Weller and Carrie Uglow. town this week. He was the guest of In tho 7:30: even worship we shall -
from Tampa last week after absent Dekle street.
intoxicating liquor ,in his posses being Mrs. Elizabeth Hicks and E. J. King Investigate. what the life beyond the
weeks Mrs. Dock Crews' of New River,
several business -
sion. He plead not uilty and was while here. grave holds for the Christian. If you
in the South Florida motored to Lake Butler Saturday.Mr. .
ably defended by D. E. Knight Esq., metropolis.The i The residence owned by W. L. BuggIn / are a Christian what are you looking
while A. Z. Adkfns Esq., representedthe the end of last week the strawberries largest shipment'of strawberries the southern part of town burned, and Mrs. Gurney Crews of I forward to when this. life shall be no
New River motored Lake Butler
city. Mr. Underhill was convictedand had recovered from the back. from Lawtey this season was about one p. m. Friday night. It lit i to I more for you? It Is well that we shall

sentenced to a fine of $100 and set }riven them by inclement weather, shipped Tuesday. There were forty- supposed to have caught; fire from a Saturday. know what is In store' for us after
costs. The case will be appealed to a and Saturday afternoon forty.bushels nine crates on the afternoon train and defective flue as the fire was discovered Miss Norma Dekle and cousin Miss! I death for death is more sure than r
higher court. were sent off in refrigerator boxes. a few on the morning train. If the near the kitchen flue. The house Ruby Proctor spent the week-end at even taxes

Thin week from 30 to 60 bushels have weather stays warm there will be car was occupied by J. H. Pollard and Five Mile. No prayer meeting at our church

CHICKEN PILAU SUPPER been shipped off daily The price paid lot shipments by the latter part of family. Mr. Pollard who Is a traveling Math Dukes, of Five Mile, was in next Wednesday. We will meet with

... -- has been from 20 (t.> 23;; cents per the week. :The prices have been very salesman was away from home town Saturday looking after bUllinelll'atrai1'll. Dr. Bullen's people In the Baptist

Mrs. W. C. Powell and committeewill quart. satisfactory so far. when the house burned and only a church at the prayer meeting hour.
give a chicken pilau supper this Our shippers N. BHulI, J. M. Tru- I small amount of the furnishings were Mrs. Forrest Drawdy and son, Ar' Should you "drop in on them" on each
dell of Five visitors here
evening (Friday) at the Futch buildIng I by C. A. Durling, E. M. Thomas L. THANKS MISSES GRIFFIN. AND I saved. Had it not been for a thoughtful Mile were week-night there will be no serious!

from 6 to 8 o'clock. Supper will i A. Davis J. F. Kickliter, are kept LEVITON : colored man, Sandy Newsom, giving Monday. objections raised. Let each rememberin
include chicken pilau salad pickles, busy buying and shipping strawberries the fire alarm with his engine the Steve Canon of New River was attending daily prayer these revival services!
to business In
town Saturday.
sandwiches! and coffee. Price 60 cents. sweet potatoes and other pro Messrs. Harvey and Sternberg wishto loan would have been greater. which our brothers and sisters In our

Benefit Woman's Club. duce. This week E. M. Thomas has publicly thank Miss Rosa Levitonfor Major L. A. Odum and wife of Jacksonville common faith are holding.

f. shipped a carload of cabbage and her services in producing the High have been here this week E. S. Gainey who moved here a few

Messrs. Cady Bronke Hartman and cabbage being very plentiful and of School Minstrels. She Is a talented looking after the business of the farm weeks ago from LaCrosse, Alachua Under the management; of Mrs.

Herschell] Crosby, prominent membersof choice quality carload shipments will pianist and deserving of a great deal The farm Is In charge of Mr. and Mrs. county, Is so favorably impressed that Nelle Hughes there will be a children's

the Starke Growers' Association be the rule. of the credit for the success of the P. E. Taylor of Columbia county and he has purcbased a lot on Saunders play given on Thursday evening, the

have just returned from Homesteadand Our truckers are busy getting ready show. they have It In good shape with Indications street In Plant City Heights, and has 16th inat. The parts will bit taken by

Miami where they went to learn for big crops of Irish potatoes sweet Miss Ethel Griffin is also to be complimented for a prosperous year. started the work of building a seven- a number of kindergarten and other.

the most approved way of picking, corn tomatoes and watermelons. for the manner in which she Mrs. Lillian Wainwright, who has room bungalow The construction of ;small children, and them will also boa y

packing and shipping tomatoes preparatory put over her numbers, laboring under been in Palatka for several weeks. Is the home Is under supervision of E. one act comedy by grown people.
to planting a rather large Only the wise man can recognizethe : the handicap'of a voice almost gone the guest of her niece Mrs. A. A. J. Ward and N. E. Baxter of Gaines This play Is for the benefit of the new

acreage of this esculent here. real folly of a fool. from a cold and hoarseness. { Durden. ville.-Plant City Courier. club house fund.

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rill SKELETON OF MELVIN PEAIiCB ing of the creature himself, but in his C--C'R.CU'-S;; ; OF COUNTRY 1 I manufacturing costs were just about I and so did tho number of traps sold I I firms lost an account it went to the
A, FOUND NEAR IMIO.sriIA'lE: MINE bug-destroying abilities. He has .a SHOW A RAPID GROWTH the same and they did an equal I per year. But every time either of the I manufacturer wno II"

liking for certain insect pests and devotes I.1 amount of business. .-- -.
his humble energies to Average of 2,173: Person Join the sold to
The last chapter in an untold war pursu- I The traps cost ICc to make

14 tragedy was revealed here today when ing them and eating them alive, thus Different Churches Daily I the dealer at 20c, and were sold to the i
I .
1, ; the news was brought from Brawnier, preventing them in their turn from I consumer at 30 cents Each manufacturer .' .

w. ;i ; a phosphate mining{ center, seventeen preying upon the fruits and grains. Every day during the last five yearsan : made 5 cents per trap or 33 1-3 \

1t! :' miles distant, that a skeleton found What. is more, all the charges against average of 2,173 persons joined the I per cent profit on his turnover. Each '

1 near there Monday by negroes had him as a wart-producer are false. lie various churches of America. During i dealer made 10 cents or CO per cent '

Y been identified as that of Melvin Francis also has certain reliable, homekeeping the same time an average of three I I I profit. Each dealer, of course, carried :

Pearce son of Mr. anti Mrs. JoeY qualities which rank him among: congregations have been organized ,' all three traps for there was about an

: Pcarce, of Brcwster. earth's exemplary citizens. Where his daily, and the average number joining I' equal demand for each.
I f congenial, he has the ministry has been four and a half 'fRIGLEJS'
ore 1
The skeleton of Pearce, age 22, who I. One day one of the manufacturersmade
been known to linger in them for 20 persons a day.
his mind to spend one
disappeared December 20, 1920, was up percent I
_ 30 These facts are brought to light by
} found Monday afternoon in a clumpof or even years.In i per trap in advertising. This re- ,
religious statistics for the United
bushes near one of the ob rburdcn this material ago it may be that I iduced. his profits to 4 cents per trap.
these simpler qualities would offer lit States compiled by Dr. E. O. Watson, and
mounds close to the Brewster mine. t He did not advertise his prices
A .25 automatic rifle was found with tle guarantee for his future, but considered of Washington D. C., secretary of neither did his dealers.He I

the scattered skeleton, a few pieces of at $19.41 worth of crop insurance the Federal Council of the Churchesof I started his advertising and kept II I hVOA
( Christ in America. The figures II
clothing and shoes, and a told; signet his preservation becomes a I it up for two years. During this time I
i ring with the initials M. F P. being foregone conclusion.-Pcimacola Dai- show that the churches are steadily the other two manufacturers kept on ,
overcoming their war losses. The total I I
y the only means of identification. He ly News.TRIALS. taking their five cent profit per trap
church membership of the
returned from .two years' army serI j coun- {I and quietly laughed at the "poor ad-
try, according to the latest available .
vice overseas in which he was shell OF A FREIGHT CLERK vertiser."
figures, is 45,997,199. This is increase
an -
t shocked wounded several times and of 4,070,315; over the 1916 During the second year, however
gassed. At times his mindwas, a blank Anegro came up to the window at census a popular demand seemed to rise" Kr
figures and
Indicates of
a and in his rational moments he fought the freight office and asked: "What'sthe than a gain I for this advertised trap. This manufacturer Nu. P
more 1,000,000 members for the
With the idea that he was not the real rates on freight?" actually found demand getting -
preceding 12 months. I
Melvin Pearce. On the fateful day, i There being many rates and many The various religious bodies ahead of production. In seekingto
December 20, 1920, just before the kinds. of freight, the clerk facetiously 233,101 congregations, headed by 200- I keep up with it he installed new

happy Christmas occasion, when tho I, replied: "The rates on freight are 000 ministers. This is gain of machinery. He found that under improved -
a 5,617 tooth
entire family was rejoicing: over his constantly IncreaRingdue to the exor- congregations and 8,291 clergymenover I methods and with quantity Satisfies the Sweet

return, Melvin slipped away from his bitant profits on commodities and oth- the government figures for 1916. production, he could turn out just asI I and aids appetite and digestion.

home with the rifle on his arm, his er saccharine substances, superinduced While there has been much talk of a I good a trap at a: cost of 9 cents as /

mother's eye following! him as he by the upward trend of extravagant ; shortage of ministers, the increase in I formerly cost 15 cents. So he reduced -I Cleanses mouth and teeth.
walked out of sitcht. She believed hei' !-' the dealer from
\ I ; profiteering indulged in by pitiless clergymen has been approximately 50 his selling price to I.
i i'?':; ,. was going on a hunting trip and little pecuniary fellows whose motto cent than the I 120 cents to 15 cents, and the dealer
more increase in the
\ :} was thought about it except for I is, 'Be sure you are in clear and then I congregations.The per 'j I reduced his from 30 cents to 25 cents. 1. A great boon to smokers

i''' his peculiar actions and tho impres- ,get all you can; What is the partlcI 33,014 difference between min- Even at this reduced price you see, relieving hot, dry mouth.

s (; j sivcness of the last words as he stepped I ulah commodity on which you wish to isters and congregations does not Indicate I I the manufacturer now made 50 percent

from the door bldlingher a sym1 secure a rate? Tell me quickly in on his turn over as against the Combines pleasure and
a corresponding shortage of 'I
1 pathetic irood-bye. From that date of 33 1-3 cent and the
( order that I may consult my tariffs pastors as many ministers, especially I old profit per ,
> until :Monday afternoon nothing was file effective I dealer made 66 2-3 cent against benefit.
I supplements, etc., now on and in the rural districts, have chargeof per as
heard from him with the \
excep- I at promulgated by theI. 50 cent before.
t once two churches. per
or more the 45-
Lion of a letter which he wrote before C. C. and ratified I Don't miss the joy of the
by the gigantic 097,199 persons listed officially as Naturally the two other firms could I 4l' ,
; leaving home which he mailed to his
i, brother-in-law at Fort Myers. In this monopoly which I misrepresent." church members, the Roman Catholics :| not compete on. price so they went out v-I,' new WaiGLEY'S P-K-the sugar-
The negro, abashed at this high- have 17885646.: Roman Catholic figures of business. The dealer found he only I
letter he said, "I am going; away, never "j
I lid bit!
flown language recovered his equilibrium represent estimated population had to tie up one-third as much cap- coated peppermint
to return. A search of the com(
r. munity around Brewster was made. enough to reply: "Well, boss!, I including all baptized persons. Protestant -' ital to stock the one brand as he used

did want to ship a cow, but if what bodies count only communicants.The I to tie up to carry the three makes on
The the bones of the
discovery of I IQ ,[:you promulgate is authentic, guess I'd total religious constituency of. his shelves.

unfortunate young man was made by (|I better perambulate home and tell the the country is placed at OS$W.O'JO i I Now-who( paid the davertising?
t. a who passing through the j! (,
negro was j'old woman dat owing to the ponderosity persons. On this comparable basis Did the manufacturer? If you sey

11. clump of large graMs which grows; up I of de times we had better procrastinate the constituency of the various great yes how do you account for the fact I CN 5OiCCe .

following the dumping of the phos I till a more convenient season." bodies Is as follows: I that he reduced his selling price five I \

p phate overburden. The negro picked -The Railway Clerk. Protestant, 74,795,226. cents per trap and still increased his ;

up the gun and thought nothing about I Roman Catholics 17R8:>,616. I profit from 33 1-8 per cent to 50 per- t-
seeing the bones and told another I t't
i' AGAINST; ALL CONVICTIONS Jews, 1,120,000. cent? Save
at Brewster what he had
gro ne// HUT ACCEPTED AS JUROR Eastern orthodox (Greek and Russian Did the consumer pay for it? Ob- the i fi
The matter was reported to the
), 411,054., viously not, for he now gets as good a
officials and upon investigation it Latter Day Saints Mormons 1- trap for 25 cents as he used to get for wrappers C29 \
( ), .J\
t 1,: found that the bones were those of a I Tampa Feb. 25.-A member of tho 646,170.Of 30 cents. I .JI :
ty f. human criminal court jury now trying several' Good for
\ being, although there was no the Jewish figures 400,000 are The men who really paid for the R
cases here does not believe in I I '}
way whatever in which they could bet any valuable
c the manufacturerswho / s a
estimated. The American advertising were a
Jewish Year
Identified except through the clothing kind of conviction but he i is in the box MI premium // wlN.st' ;:t
Book estimates the Jewish populationof did not advertise. The number of i
listening to evidence I II III ,
,',' and the signet ring! which was found.A anyway. the United States at 3,300,000. mice in that town remained the same,
portion of his skull was in his venlremen was asked by Judge Gib-

the of bones while son what his ideas of acquittal and
cap near rest the (:JIlL KILLS ASSAILANT IN {
the and conviction were and the reply was
:; jawbone larger bones were. COURT DURING HEARING '.
I found together with hair and teeth. that he did not believe in convictions"at I .r r

I; It is the that all." Ilf
theory shot himself )
Y Waco Texas, Feb. 24.-Miss\ Mare
underneath the chin, the bullet ranging : "Do you mean to say that if the cine Matthews 17, shot and instantly I {

'j. through his brain and blowing ofT i evidence pointed to guilt beyond any killed J. S. Croslin today during proceedings I

the top of his head. Only one empty i I reasonable shadow of doubt, that you in the district court here. III'I

i cartridge was! found in the gun and :' was charged with criminally attacking I Commercial \
several loaded shells. guil-ty
j I I the girl two( years ago. I

The skeleton was found in a mile of I "That is just what I mean," replied Crosslin, aged 69 years was tried, i I

,1 the old home place und not far from the venireman. convicted and sentenced to 10 years )I

Brewster. Lakeland Star. "Do you consider that you are a I
S in the penitentiary but the case was .
a" 'I law-abiding, citizen?" reversed on an error in the admission''

.. .i r THE $!III.U! I TOADIt "Yes." of testimony and remanded for trial. I fob Printing

"Do you believe in law and order The preliminaries had been completed

"'' : has been reported for mime time and trial by the courts?" asked the and Miss Matthews had been balled to''

that the toad was a friend to man, but judge. the witness stand. |

even persons highly disposed!! in his j "I do." "He disgraced me, ruined my health .

favor may be surprised to know the "And still you don't believe in convicting and deprived me of school privileges,"

high financial worth of that fril'nll-I guilty parties?" she stated after the killing. 'But he I .
ship. It has been estimated 1 "That's 'right"' quoted the venire- will never ruin another girl" | '

value to the farmer of each Individual mi n. Miss :Matthews 'walked to tho wit

toad upon his farm Is jio loss than | "Take your seat in the Jury box, ness chair then turned with a pistol I .

$19.41. youn'f mnn," said the jnd' f. "I believe in hand and fired straight at Cross- I

The value is not jn the intrinsic be that you would make a good juror." lin, who sat in a chair beside his attorneys CARDS

15 feet away. She then took
1 two or three steps forward and fired -

again. Advancing to within two or

three feet of the man who had collapsed i ENVELOPESBILL

in his chair she shot a third time '

g PromptRelief1: the bullet penetrating his side. I HEADS' .

Officer Burton seized the girl in his NOTE HEADS '

h ? arms and carried her out of the court
:< lIe took the from her
\ t room. weapon WINDOW CARDS
and locked'her in a room in the sher-
; iff's office. I SHIPPING TAGS
1'1 Confusion reigned In the courtroom.

"""""iJoesn't Justice Monroe discharged the jury indefinitely .
Later a murder complaintwas ,;

a ,, burn or smart-Mustang Liniment filed against the girl. I
N, Is made of sobthipg.healing oils that penetrate -
the flesh to the very bone I Positively I .
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banishes sore muscles", strains", bruises",
NI with a few applications. For 73 years Looking' tor Virtues. I t ,
Mustang Liniment has been the real When you have a wind to divert

t'' "friend In need" to MAN LIVESTOCKand your fancy, consider the good qualities

I POULTRY. Use It freely for of your acquaintances; as the enterprising ,
vigor of this noun the modestyof
Hoof DUeai
Rh um*li.m Cut*. Son '
I, Lumbago File Inflamed Udder another tbe liherullty of a third "
MeunliiiaCrip. Cakc4 DrnM Cape and so on. For there U nothing so en- '
.Cold Sara Nipple Cholera .
i t"' Pneumonia Sprain VerminPip. tertalulng a* a lively linage of the virtues BradfordCounty ,
Mump* SpvinaTuinon! etc. eta. ? exhibited lu the! character ot :
t (honee converge with occurring annumerously

uit ptmxlMe.! Let tills, therefore .
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{ ( trJ01AtR 13dI1a1016IDGtiJL1tIfff4! lal1Nt63:!! .41D1'IBtltfRtllWairimr' I rand although -their headquarters was )| NOinIIEUSIICIIlGAS: SNWKI: > [! collar pads at 50 cents I! Say, mn, did you get pretty mad :

pointed! out by these citizens the ate'r- IN ; TRACTORS Pl'T TO USB! I II You ought to set his stock of oils the cattle! and hogs today?

a 8"a News of Florida in Short Paragraphs itT refused to take any nction. | --- I I and paints and varnish. I wish pa !Shut: up, livel'. If you had 11:

.. Detroit, Feb .'j,_. \\iru and rail ;, \
wnwu di n..u. auua. i .4. *! "L..0 ,, ..4Sl. r An A would buy some and! let mo paint the here you would have found out.
People in the vicinity of Fruatpruof |i communication with the region affected house and barn. I where Is your pa ? Supper is ready. t
Live State News are pleased that u gallant; deer who by last week's i ice and snow storm !

/ has cleverly defied all hunters for the was being gradually restored today as '"

BLnura ne.cult.ra..+nwnnwnn.nwl..ueeewo.e..e >n.UMnuruu .uH 'i 1 past ten years was shot and killed on the result of repair gangs and huge 4f'.

Told by Our Exchanges. ; Tuesday, in Arbucklo swamp, lifter snow plows working day and nigh :
timing been trailed on this hunt for Word from Traverse City, Isolated for

cutmnrtaiptniiidMifluiiriiflTwentyfive > what is estimated to bo five hundred nearly a week, told. of miles! of telephone s
-- -- is'' miles. For ten years or more the animal and! telegraph wires scattered
carloads of vegetables increased over last Labor '
have been moving from Winter Garden ( plentiful and the year.will! fora which was a eight-pointer and about the ground numerous factory '.
growers try
daily for some time past. record crop. dressed at two hundred pounds, has roofs collapsing under the wright of 'I'j I' -j
I:eluded all sportsmen, and now the successful Ice and some sections entirely denuded
hunters are "extremely proudof I of trees. Railroad tracks and roadn. cf I I
Revised estimates of losses from Miami and its suburbs exclusive of
the slaughter of the fellow whichis | were obliterated under a sheet of ico.
last Saturday's fire, which tore a holo Coconut Grove, increased 14.6 .... 1S.!
cent .
I per believed to have been the most perfect Two,hours of sleet and rain that followed ..... Ilf
in Ocala's business district, total approximately in population since the last directory
city state." the snow storm nt early last
specimen in the .
$255,000, shared by thirteen was published, according 1 to \ ;
I week, placed a layer of solid 1 ico two
parties.For the population figures shown in new' I No warrants had been served,! on Inches thick on top of the snow. At

city directory which mad its apear- Jack Mayo who was formally charged least a week will bo required to open
tho unprovoked and wanton anco recently. The total ,
population today by James .F. Bryant with assaulting i many railroad lines. '- -
murder of Deputy Sheriff Robert I E. is given at ) I
17,930, compared with 41,
/ him in front of his house i in Near Boyno City, the AVliitc Lumber
Arnow at Micnnopy, last June, John Sib!: last year, an increase of 6,113. I I
and attempting to kidnap him. is sending men serercountry
Tampa : company
Bowyer, colored, 23, was executed Friday there were six men and on skis to obtain fuel for the
in the Alachua county jail Bryant says I I I WUYS! NIGHT(
noon '
Tuesday Coff.COIl1Iany)/ definitely two women in the party that waylaid tractors which will bo used to pull
yard In Gainesville.For closed a deal with parties in Atlanta him and that he evaded them until aid' through fresh supplies of meat and!

by which a large moss factory arrived and they fled in a machine. horse feed. Farmers who have trekked Sleeve-Valic Motor Improves With Use
the past ten days the Apalachicola will be located in Green Cove Springs of the northern .
lIe says his attackers were promoting through cities r.
: joystermcn have been putting in or rather near the town. A large asking told of hundreds
: a motion picture school and were 1 section of the stute have
good time owing to the springlike number of people will be given employment / an entrance fee of $5; and he had of wild fowl waddling into tha Wi'.Jys-Knight! owner .'
and all that have caught I so ,
weather gathering moss for which advised several persons against it. barnyard in search of food.. Their
far and brought to the city trade and they will receive cash at the factory.; wings were frozen to their bodies, and peKlom ilips into his pocketbook ;

packing' houses are large, fat and i in The work of putting in the plant will Carl Thompson former Kansas City their tail feathers a soli
fine 'condition. begin within the next few weeks. hundred members of the Tra- .
butcher held in the county jail in connection Seyeral adjustments. rt
with the murder of Patrick verse Conservation League starlet! out t

Arthur Gill, self-confessed memberof What is believed to be the first car Brady three weeks ago, made a complete Saturday with grain[ scattering it over So dependable is the Sleeve- t.

the gang/ of bandits who attemptedto load of celery ever shipped from this confession that he killed Brady; the countryside. Valve Motor that it rarely 1
hold and rob the car of the
up pay state to California was sent out from cut up his body and threw it into the
E. Regensburg Cigar factory at :Tampa due for >asnn of requires.even inspection. J i
Dradentown Thursday by the Manatee Miami river, according to the sheriff Bald heads are a <
last February was sentenced to ten County Growers Association to a Loi office. Thompson said he hit Brady rest and repose. l."nskirts will The satisfaction that comes t
in the criminal court of .
years in jail again be in vogue this Rumnt'r.'ounj.C
Angeles firm. At the same time another over the head knocked him uncon
from Willys-Knight performance -
record.In carload went to St. Joseph Mo., scious. Then he loaded him into an .
a field open heretofore only to California I automobile and took him to the .dgo A > man nary he. the architect is such I that 1.1\\0 ncrs prefer -

an airplane accident which occur shippers. I of the Everglades, shot him and cutup of his own fortune, but a rich this car to any other at
Door Field near Arcadia, Wednesday .
red at dad makes a fine builder.FARMERJJROWN
the body. Thompson gave no reason
afternoon, Frank Addison, of any pl' ce.
While bathing in the surf at Palm for the crime. lIe is being held .
Fort Ogden, was so seriously injured and i, Beach, the president of a prominent on a charge of first degree murder.As .
that he died the following day
railroad who is spending the winter at )
Wayne Mayan! is now in the local
both broken. the famous resort, came near drown a result of a quarrel over a din $1525.
with legs
hospital ing; and although he failed to make ner pail! one Mullen, colored, of Ellers-) Why, Sliver, where have you and pa

Three hundred roasting ears were known his name to his rescuers, ho lie, Is now in the hospital at Lakeland, been nil! day? I have needed, you so

ordered by the Chamber of Commerce was so joyous over his rescue that a if still alive, and John Wright also bad today. The cattle got into the I Touring, f. t>. "'. Toledo !,
I Freemont Nebraska, from Fort few days after the incident he mado colored, Is in jail awaiting trial on a field and the calf got out: of his. pen ,' I(1UIGLEY I
:Myers.in Inside of ten hours from the out a check for $100 to each of the charge ranging from assault to murder and when I was chasing/ the calf here Roadster 11475 Coupe 2195 Sedan 12393

time the telegram was received tho men. to vrst degree murder, dependin! comes an old razorback hog with a lot I i,
not. of little pigs and she rooted open the ,
number of pars of corn were as to whether Mullen recovers or
f safely specified packed in moss and shipped. The fruit packing season at Saline The two men w'ere employed on the gate\ and. marched right into the gun\ OVERLAND CO. ,

closed last week. There was shipped gang engaged in re-ballasting! the den. Oh, boy, if you had been here, STARKE, FLORIDA. a J

South Jacksonville police officialsare from that point 4<>,,IGo; boxes of citrus Coast Line tracks and got into a controversy how \\ullilike to have tanned 1 your .
heaviest at the noon hour. Muller ctused hides I was. so tlutttrutcd I did not t
endeavoring to find the four men fruit. N. C. Robertson
who attacked and robbed W. II. Igigt shipper, sent out lOS solid cars, averaging Wright of looking with covet- know which way to run. t talE
into his (Muller's) dinner Oh, well, ma, forget it. It's small
ginbotham early Sunday morning.Mr. SCO boxes each and 673 crates eou.sness eyes '
: Iliprginbotham was painfully, tho 'by express. The storm in October cut pail. Wright denied it and., on the matter anyhow. I'm glad I wasn'there.

not seriously wounded by the robbers the output down. Last year this ship accusation being repeated got up, !Say, niu, not what a nice knife- ---=

b' who secured only a small sum for per sent out 172 solid cars. [went to the car close by, picked up a DeWitt C. Jones gave me.
; foot adze and struck Muller on the Whr.t did he give you that knife
: their trouble.
'. .. From tho activity displayed on all head with the butt end sinking it into for? 1't
A generous shower; :of rain did more 'sides more acres will be under cultivation his head to the handle. Why he took me with him to help

) to stop the fires in the Everglades) in Levy county this year than him sell an International tractor.

; than all the resolutions passed by ', ever before. In addition. to the usual Obie Ross is no longer janitor at !Did you sell one? l

I mass meetings of citizens. But since field crops, several hundred acres have the Alachua county courthouse. IIldn't Almost. If the man hail been at !

, our citizenship is responsible for the : been planted around Bronson to 'watermelons quit his job because he objects homo we would huvo sold him alright

fires being started it is up to the citi i ; and cukes, and with favorable to; work, but because, being a dark but Mr. Jones has sold. threo.

zenship to do everything in their power I seasons the shipping station will complexioned person ho couldn't bring other men the last few days and they ; I

to prevent fi res. be a scene of activity ere many weeks. himself to work in a building whereinwas are well satisfied. They can't help I .- UNIVERSAL CAR Ir
kept, as in a museum, the rope. it for they are fine and tho price Is
A deal! involving approximately ono The city of Jacksonville, through an which choked the life out of John: down $200. I wish he would! let me

million dollars wan consummated last I, opinion of the state supreme court, Bowyer at noon last Friday. Sheriff) help' him sell tractors. I think I will New PricesF.

Wednesday whereby the holding of 'must pay damages amount to $12,500to ( Ramsey, after the execution had the make n great salesman of farm implement ) !;

tho Calhun Lumber Company at Port the widow of a man killed by electricity dangling rope untied from the crossbeam :*. lie has u dandy riding cultivator
St. Joe will be taken over and operated in his! garage. The electric of the scaffold l, and placed it in for $$5 rand everybody ought tohftvr O.. ,j
by the Parker-Young Company of current *was supposed to be of ordinary his office in the courthouse to be kept onl!. You ought to sen his stock EFFECTIVE JANUARY 16th .

Boston, who are the ]largest lumber lighting voltage, but through as a souvenir. Obie, learning of the of plows--A very Cricket! Plows at $tCliurnley Chassis $285 :,
operators in the East. some carelessness of the electric light presence of the gruesome rope in tho -- Plows, all kinds and sixoHat

plant, the shock through the lighting Temple of Justice, objected strongly\); low prices and lots of other farm Runabout $319 j
William Lee Popham and wife, pro- wires was strong enough/ to kill the to its baneful presence, and as a lAst implements. He is selling/ cook slovenas
; motors of the Oysters Growers' CoOperative man. resource declared that if the rope low at $17.50; plow lines fur 40r, ;: Touring Car $348

Association of Apalachicola stayed, he wouldn't. When Saturday/
. brought to Tallahassee on indictments! Preparing to meet the needs! of Du- morning came the rope still balefully the Quinine '. .at DIM. (Vet Aleit 1 1IVraiMn fl', ,I uc1..,:\ Truck Chassis $430 !

charging fraud in connection with an val county cotton farmers who are reported reported in the sheriff's office. Obie, IIVK; ; ,I<':JM'\S' J"d\; ::: ( Inm'lvo IB) cull cltnt l''.. team
farm" by the association,, without rniwlntt. iiprviHinnt.ii lh.lnl.: Coupe $580 ;
"oyster run preparing to plant a large at his accustomed hpur, came hopefully by b' tli auyun houd. ::. :.nUmuuioon Imf Ilk'
has sold from $750,000 to $1,000,000 acreage this! year to Sea Island cotton on the scene, but when he *awI Sedan $645
worth of stock. a local concern announced thru I I the rope in its repository hope flewlout
the chamber of commerce its intention of the window and Oble departed a;== it'b : These are the lowest prices of Ford cars in

The little town Mayport: at the immediately the erection of the door.He .
of beginning J,instantaneously: by way A the history of the Ford Motor Company. j
mouth of the St. Johns river, is fast 'I'' of a large; cotton /ginnery In Jackson vanished as the snowball vanishesin

becoming known in the eastern mar ville. The gin' will be ready to han- I Pluto's domain-only more quick- Tired Orders are coming in fast, so place yours r

kets for the quality and quantity of shrimp shipped from there. Recentlyover I

100 boats have been out from Sgt. Robert Washburn, of Lansing Edgar C. Frady, president ant l"I was weak and -. W. ANDREWS, JR.

Mayport engaged in catching shrimp, / Mich., attached to Curlstrom aviation treasurer of a Chicago automobile 1 relates Mrs. Eula Dealer, STARKE
most of which are shipped to.the East field fell three thousand, feet tohis Bales company, shot his wife,'probnbl) Dalton, 0:&. "I was
and North. cleutK while attempting a parachute fatally, and cut his own throat at a Just felt tired, all the time. : !

(. drop from an airplane. The attempted Miam| hotel Sunday. Both are in a I I didn't rest welL I wasn't -- --
The crew of the schooner Golden feat was in connection with 1two \ hospital In critical condition. Frady ever hungry. I knew by ,

Gate came into St. Andrews Bay Sat day field program being carried fired three bullets into his wife's body,, thli I needed a tonic, and Hi
urday morning pretty much exhausted. out by flyers of the army base. The I the first entering her chest and penetrating I .i there U none better Ui a- KjIGAIDUI

The schooner caught fire on Friday accident was witnessed by several the I lung. Another entered her I E. A. MARTIN SEED CO.

night from hot coals around the thousand spectators. back and the third her hip. Frudy'a OLDEST AND LARGEST SEED HOUSE IN FLORIDA
dinky boiler and despite the effortsof throat was slashed from ear to ear,,
the crew the fire gained such head- Governor Hardeo has appointed the tongue being severed. Using a JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

way that it became necessary to take Mrs. Bessie S. Bellinger, county judgeof safety razor blade first, he failed to MARTIN'S HY TEST SEEDS Are knnwn for qnalllyfl

to the boats.Preparations Escambia county to succeed her accomplish self destruction and seized,
Corn. u...... P.m.. I'.pp.,. EuI.' nR Witemmlon. C.nl loup.. I'c.t.ux.. Tomato* '
husband, Judge -Henry Bellinger who a knife. The proprietor of the hotel,, 5 Cu.umb.eCowp.u. Formv. .nd H.M 8".U Our ..t.'loic made for who m. th.r Inform.lUm. W. ..rr" all v.. ?. .. of ..rd.n. II...! end fana.Ie.. that ba. b..
being Mrs. Bellinger, the rushed to the Frady
are died last week. hearing shots The Woio's Tonic ........1 and Di-o..n to b. ....p..d to .'1..1<1. Kill an the planting of a large tobacco crop I is I a resident of Pensacola, is the first suite. lie found Mrs. Frady partly .n.bl. .ua to handle the Florida ......! bu..lno>. to advent....

in Gadsden county. Seedbeds have already women ever to be appointed to such a conscious on the bed. "Ho has killed 'A SPRING CATALOGUE

been planted and in many instances position In this state. She studied me," she cried and pointed to the bath I began ling Cartful.
CatalomM nerdy. Write for '1C :
Martin' Spring now Ev.ryon. InUnatwl la Florida ;
the plants are showing a fine law in the office of her husband and room. There Frady was found on theoor continues Mn. Burnett. pant and 8um..... .ru|>a hould avail th.ra..lv.a of Information aontalo In our .... .
. be slightly bar several bottle I sleet "eriptUa catalaiiua. SupplUd HKS on raquxit. t othuaa who und la thalr nanua prompt.r. .
growth. The acreage will was admitted to the years In his blood. Because of the con "After mr first s WriU for It today Von Information and nrleM on all waionabla i.ai1 .
ago. dition of the two it was impossible to better and ate L tter. I took

To Stop a Cough Quick: learn the cause for Frady's acts, other four bottles flow" I'm wall.' Phone'.4277 1320

. take HAYES' HEALING HONEYS a Sheriff A. W. Turner of Broward than that the two had quarreled at feel lust fine. .at and sleep.
cough medicine which stop* the cough by county, has been removed from office length during the last two days. At tor skIn Is dell and I have I E.A. MARTIN SEED CO. 202-206 E. BAY ST.

t healing the Inflamed and Irritated tissues. by Governor Hardue' for "malfeas f the hospital Sunday night it was stated I: gained and1 a feel that
A bolE of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATF ance in office and for incompetence Inthe that it was doubtful If either could Cardul U the but tonic ever .
SALVE for Chest Colds Head Colds bottle an.of discharge of his duties" in connection recover. made." VZ Reduction In Prices You will I make a mistake
Croup is enclosed with every E Big
I HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The salve with the recent operations of alleged Thousands of other women' | ,| If you order your fertilizer
should be rubbed on the chest and throat confidence men at Ft. Lauder- Habitual Constipation Cured bare found O. dul Just a* without getting: our new price lists just Issued. Plentyof
. of children suffering from.a Cold or Croup. dale. The chief executive in his order In 14 to 21 DaysLAXFOS I Mrt Burnett lii It should Materials, prompt shipment. Order now. Fertilizers, lasectlcidea -
WITH PEPSIN" I la a speciallyprnparedSyrup
, aide The the be.lina.Qect throat.combined of Hqr.with the Healing baaling Honer effect ta-"oft of removal stated that the alleged Tonic-Laxa'Jve for Habttuti: help you. I Sprayers, Poultry Supplies. .
-n>n'. O-Pen-TraM Sal.. throaah the pate of confidence men had operated with the Constipation. It relieves promptly but At all drubs;;; ts. E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO. t
tie iik in 1000(top*S eoa.h. for 14 21 day Ir
should be taken regularly to
Both ramerilM*n puked In ooe carton and lb.oat full knowledge of the sheriff and that and B.n JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
Induce action. It Stimulate
HEALING_Just of the uk combined,HONEY.your traatmeat dro&Uat 35a.for f HAYES' he. had Lauderdale been besought to end their by citizens operations ofFt. to RemiUte bottle.regular. Very Pleasant to Talus 0tset ?T :: z3 Get December lit, 1921, reduced prlc "Jilt. before buying ___

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Bradford ing some duty and during this while me of their support and to thousandsof Between knickerbockers: and no G. II. Barker left Friday for Jack
County Telegraph [ visit his sister, Mrs. E. s.
THE MAN we'd choose the for- I sonville to
t the child, )left alone, in some way got others who desire to seo mo re- knickerbockers
---..------ -- -------.-------- too near tho fire in an open Are place elected and are giving me thvir support mer. A little is better than nothing; I: Carpenter for several weeks.
Published' weekly and entered as and its clothes ignited, but to whit, Should I have opposition in this WHO LOOKS Ray Vaughn was transacting bust:

second class matter, at the post extent they had burned when themrrt.hl'r campaign I expect to succeed as the SAMPSON CITY ness in Jacksonville Saturday.
office at Starke, Florida. returned we do not know. result of the active and loyal support Dr. G. W. Brown, of Lawtey, was "i

The Krlef-t
5 + E. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner terrible calamity have the sympathyof believe I should be given a second Jessie Belle and Addle Mae Raulerson week.
many relatives and :friends. term. of Lake Butler, spent the weekendhere I Miss Beth Wimberly is convalescing"
Johnstown News. with friends. after an illness of several weeks.
HOW J PHONOGRAPH RECORDSARE : SURE FOUNDATION:" :" OK PERMANENT Mrs. W. M. Phillips, of Miami Is George Wilkinson, Clarence Man
One of the striking featured of the One American dollar will now buy MADE I >"pending a few weeks hero with relatives and Ray Vaughn were visitors to
III ; movement of farm population in tho 105,000 Russian rubles but nobody : HEALTH AND and friends. Maxville Sunday.

United States is the Htundily growing\ wants! them. Too heavy a load to car- Perhaps it doesn't seem as if it VIGOR; Rev. I). Crews filled his regular ap- Everett Bennett returned. Saturday
l I'p' demand for farm lands In Florida ry. would, be such a very hard l job to make pointment here Sunday. I I from a trip to Hawthorn and Hampton. -

t, it s This movement comes from nil over a phonograph record but the contraryis Good color, bright eyes, solid, flesh, Messrs. Link Williams! and Hogan .
$ r' the country-North, South, East and The beautiful complexions of some true. Making phonograph recordsis erect bearing are dependent upon rich Smith were visitors to Starke II. B. Bennett, of Jacksonville, wasa

I\ West and puts the peninsular state American women are noted the world an art, for it is with great care, red blood. If your blood is not up to Mon-I visitor here Sunday.
well forward in the list of the most over which is proof positive that tho difficulty and expense that they are the mark your general health can not day.Mr.. and Mrs. R. Burrows Max Wimberly made a business tripto

active states in point of number of druggist i is a useful animal after all.Don't produced. Moreover manufacturersare be. Late hours eating/ the wrong business call here Tuesday Lawtey Saturday.Mrs. .
farms sold in 1921 and easily in the reluctant in giving out information foods, working indoors, fatigue affect S. I. Long of Tifton Ga., was visiting Kate Ferris, of Lawtey left:
'i lead of all Southern states. concerning their secrets in making I Sunday for a visit to her home In Chi
+ criticise the editor who voices the blood.So many people eat well friends here Sunday.
These conclusions are drawn from his own views in print. You are doing / these disks. Consequently but lit- and take exercise, yet never seem to Mrs S. E. Jones was a visitor to I cago. She was Joined, here by Misses

a report just Issued by the :E. A. the same by word of mouth every tle is understood of their manufactureand improve in health. Gude's Pepto- Gainesville one day last week. I Ethel Rick and Winifred Wimberly
; } Strout Farm Agency Inc., which last day. the work of the artisans ia not Mangan taken regularly for a while Mrs. W. C. Hunt and mother have i who accompanied her as far as Jack-

year sold 323 Florida farms, an increase appreciated as much as if more was gives the blood that richness and red- returned home after a two weeks visit I sonville.

of 17 over its sales in FloridaIn Old City's Pride, known of the processes. ness that produces bounding health with friend and relatives at Bell. I Ray Vaughn and H. C. Wimberly
1920. The pride of Quebec! Is Its citadel The first! step of course is making and vigor. It Is a simple natural W. C. Hunt has returned home after Jr., made a business trip to Jackson-
Florida orange groves constitute hill from which there Is a view that original record on which is directly recorded way to get well and strong. Gude's a few weeks visit in Jacksonville. ville Tuesday.M. .
the greatest attraction to these buyers no city In the world can match. It tower the voice of the singer or the after .
I Pepto-Mangan comes in liquid or tabletsat School closed here Friday a L. Crews of Raiford, was a visitor
*, almost sheer, hundreds of feet music of the orchestra whateveris
i.r from other states but many of themon or your drugglst's.AJv.J. six months term and dinner was here Tuesday.
arriving here find the stock raising above the St. Laurence: on one side to be produced. These original rec- I f
the all having a
dnd the city on the other, giving the spread on /ground, J. L. Strickland visited friends at
and general produce farms of this ords are made of a fairly soft wax teacher
vision a wide and sudden. range of of S. Brown Is on the sick list. very nice time. Jesse Ogden as Lawtey Tuesday.
state so profitable that they abandon river and forest and parish and the far composition about three-quarters did splendid work and everybody I
their plans for fruit growing and take purple Ltturentlonn an inch thick and about half an inch O. S. Thomas was in Lake Butler hopes he will return here next term. Miss Winifred Wimberly and Max:
up truck farms and stock raising In- larger/ in diameter than,the finished Friday on business. Wimberly motored to Starke Tues-
- stead. record will be. These disks are plac Albert Clarke and sister, Clara of IIIGHL-AND:" day.

f It is interesting to note where these Unhappy 'In Friendship. ed on the recording machine which Is Etlisville, visited friends in this com

: i f. hundreds of purchasers of farms came: Many people, expect too much freer much the same as a phonograph except munity Sunday afternoon. Highland, March 3-Miss Ollie Marris i In Circuit ORDER Court FOR State PUBLICATION of Florida, Eighth
I from. Florida herself furnished only their friends They mny themselves that the action ia reversedthatIs Murray Thomas made a business spending some time in Jacksonville Judicial Circuit, Bradford County, In Ch.n-

82 of them, or a little more (han 22 be !to thoroughly genuine and sincere instead of the needle falling into a (I trip to Lake Butler Friday.T. with relatives. I j cery.W. E. KnlKht. .I i
1 per cent while 2.U. or 78 per cent that they expect: all their friends to be groove it is forced by the vibrations II. Rimes was transacting badness Messrs. Jack Briggs and J. L. Guestof Complainant. I Ivl
came from other states. the Hume, and when they discover into the !soft! wax. The recording ofa !! in Gainesville Friday.J. Jacksonville were transacting business I General M Bennett et at I I I IDefendant.
,; New England furnished 10 purchasers little faults In their Idols they feel the record is an interesting story in Itself L. Brown made a business trip to I I IIt
disappointment most acutely. Do not | appearing by affidavit appended to the
\ of Florida farms other Eastern pitch standard too high, then ;yon and we will only mention it in Lake Butler recently. Mrs. II. C. Wimberly had as "spendthe bill filed In the above stated caun that W. J.nhnlHer. .
states 59, the Central states, 57, your passing.The Supt. O. L. Mizell was here on) business / the defendant therein .named la a
are less likely: to have your Idol sbat day guests Tuesday, Mrs. G. W. nunrenllfnt. of the Mate of Florida, and hU
} the South 84& and the West 0. Of the tered. Try to remember that friend first soft wax record is called last week. Parker, Mrs Kate Ferris and Mrs. I a resident of City of PitUburah., In the
Individual states New York sent the will never disappoint us if we observe the "master" and is the most important Mrs. N. II. Stokes was trading at John Griflls. tale twenty-one of nnnylvania year; It la, and therefore la over ordered the age. that of

'. largest number to Florida, with 23 two simple rules : (1) to find oat factor in the making of records.! I Worthington Saturday. J. I. Marr made a business trip to aid non-....!"ili-nt. defendant lie and Is. herebyrequired
tl purchasers Georgia sent 21, Pennsylvania what they are; (2)) to expect them to The impressions made on it are very I' Mr. and Mrs. Russell Farrlsh" of Jacksonville Wednesday In Hind to appear CHUHO on to or the before bill of Monday complaintfllrd the

I-1? 18, Kentucky 12, Michigan 'just that delicate and therefore it cannot be used Dukes, were guests of Mr. and Mrs Mrs II. C. Wimberly and Miss Ethel 3rd day of of April.said A.bill D.will 1022 b*otherw'ne taken' aa the eonfcMcd allegations ..
12, Ohio and South Carolina 11, Illinois -- for producing other records direct- T. H. Waters Sunday.Mr. Ricks were shopping in Jacksonville by mold dufenilunt.
in Stone of Lake Butler was in It la further ordered that this order be
and Virginia 10, North Carolinaand Bridge Hiitory. ly. According an electrotype or cop Wednesday put>lI..hrcl once a week for four connecutlv
Alabama 9, New Jersey 8, Massachusetts The only mention of a bridge In the per plate is made from which all oth- this section Tuesday. Miss Winifred Wimberly, Max Wim weeks In the Bradford County TeleRraph.nowflpntwr n ,'
canonical Scriptures Is Indirectly lathe N. H. Stokes made business pub)tolled In said county and abate
7, Tennessee 0, Wisconsin, er records are fashioned. This Is donein a tripto berly and G. II. Barker motored to Thin March 1, 1UU3.\
: Connecticut and Maryland 1 5 each principality of Oebhnr, a district the electrolytic department and the High Springs Monday afternoon. Starke C W. ALDERMAN
; to the northeast of the Sell of Galilee. (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court J\
Maine and West Virginia 4, Missouri, is much the same as ordinary j Sheriff Brannen was in this com
At this place a bridge ia saId to exist: I process C. M. Click of Jacksonville, was a By C. A. KNIGHT. C;
munity last week. D. E. KNIGHT Deputy Clort.
Kansas Oklahoma California and electrotyping. In large lead-lined
still which ia called by the Arabs 'the business visitor here Friday. Solicitor, for Complainant 8-Gt-3-31 1
Colorado 3 each, New Hampshire, Arkansas I bridge of the colts of Jacob." The tanks filled with an electrotyping; so-I Dock Andrews of Brooker, visited .--- 4\'w'
1 Iowa Indiana Minnesota' tomum[ are credited with being the lution the wax disk is hung in such a relatives here Monday.B. .

rl .. Nebraska; and Arizona 2 and Rhode Bret constructors of arched bridge manner that it has a continuous! pen- I E.-Brown made a business trip to I I ... 0 MO JE: .. ;
Island Delaware, District of Columbia ever tltrPIIUUI.I dulum motion In the solution. Copper Lake Butler Friday. U1 4
+ Mississippi and Idaho one each. I plates are likewise hung suspended in I ?> ; SMITH'S GARAGE

I I Eight came from foreign countries. I TRAMMELL'S: POSITION the tank and owing to the electric cur- B'B'R1it' 8p IOO.CfIDlf.xlIDiilDI'1f..TztKII! ( ;. !: : I l
i f The Strout Agency sold 97 farms to rent plus the chemical action of the : r ,

i :. Florida men last year. Only 15 of Washington, D. C.t Feb. 18.-Sena- solution small particles of copper are IKI SHU! IVE / II SHH HERE'S YHG
Trammel! made the
tor Park
today SAVED
y J these purchased farms in states elso- deposited on the wax disk until it is
,( 1 1/{/ where; four went to Maryland, 2 each I following, statement declaring that he covered with a coating of copper. I ; a-- I' REAL MONeV REASON '

' s F to Maine, New Hampshire, New York, would be a candidate for reelectionto After an immersion of twenty-four itt k '
+lX s .1 ; Pennsylvania and Missouri and one the senate. Senator Trammel] hours the wax disk is removed and I I tt
i to Arkansas. said: the covering of copper is carefully 1
: ; The market for farm property was "The people of Florida have pro- stripped off and trimmed around the : 25 cent r rc rcr
,j active during 1921 according the moted me in tho public service step edges. This Is called tho "master matrix" : !;

report, despite the farmer's complaint by step from Mayor of Luklcand to and from it reverse duplicatesare ni L1'1 150 1
'i'' that he has suffered more than his I representative!' in the Florida legislature made. After covering the back .

it share in the deflation of prices for to state senator, to attorney with wax so that he copper particleswill :

11 farm products. This activity is indicated I general, to governor and to a seat in adhere only to the part not waxed J i Want Adtr :
j I by the fact that the Strout people the United States senate. No man this matrix is placed in the olu- There are a lot of car owners in this neighborhood who could

1 sold 20 per cent more farms in could feel more grateful than I do to tion just the same as the original disk tell you that we have: helped them save money. Our welding J
1921 than in 1020, or an of the people of my state for their repeated and left there for another twen- )( I ,
) aggregate was broken parts kept them from investing their money in new' :
'' will sell 'II.
S' "I I' /5,111. while the total price paid was! approval of my public service ty-four hours. The disks are then )!( a him.
and their of confidence ones. Helping a man save money is really befriending
expressions in
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$20,000,000. stripped again and the same operations )(1 "
r -. me. In every office I have been called carried out. This new mold is t
I to serve, from the humblest to thehighest called the "mother matrix" and by :
I, Little James H oil ings worth of
: Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Hollmgsworth I 1'1 j I have given all my ability treating It.the same aa the "master $$200 Horse \ (
anti energy in an endeavor to promote
critically ill and last week was taken matrix" there is produced what Is call- (
r to Riverside Ho'vital, Jacks' nville. I the general welfare and good of my ed the 'pressing!: matrix," which is us,

;' .. state. The people of Florida among ed to produce records for the trade I ,
m **a MHia>* aB* iaiwMHaw. n> H(; I whom I have lived for forty odd 1 years The "master matrix" and the original or a I
I' A. Williams, a well known citizen [ and who have honored me in such
wax disk are carefully guarded by the. ,
of the Lake Butler section, was i| high degree know< that I have held manufacturers.After I *"
:in appreciated visitor at the Tclotrruph sacred every trust confided in me.
these stages of manufacturethe
t%'oj office hmtuiday. r They know the character of public next step is the pressing process.The $$1000 Car i r
service I have rendered and in three composition from which the records "
i, The "Dekle cottage' on South street state-wide elections have endorsed the are made consists chiefly of lamp Ii!
: 1\,\ now owned by Perry Dover has been record 1 had made and the policies I black, shellac and rotten stone thoroughly I

reshingled and put in thorough. re- adi-ncated. Within a few ds I will pulverized and mixed. The or a II!, I,
i' pair. have served five years of my first greatest care is used to have a mix I I''

i t- term in the United States -late. It ture that will produce a hard, glassy! '
!': STARKE MAN HONOKED:" I( is a high privilege/ represent the record on which slight change of temperature I'1 j'
r. I great state of Florida in the senate.It will have no effect. If too "
'I'' At its meeting in Jacksonville! nil is one that I appreciate with all hard it will crack; if too soft it will $$10,000 !i 1iI'

February 20th, the Florida Association the ,appreciation I possess. In the !warp. This composition is mixed to ":
i1 of County Judges elected Judpf long ago when a struggling young about the consistency of bread dough
i li y/ R. A: Green the member from Bradford | lawyer at Lakeland, keeping books at flattened to the required thinness and fn r

j county its seen-tary. Julie nlq-ht for fifteen dollars a month and cut into small squares. These piecesare %

+t ? Green's many friends congratulate | selling goods in the surround! ? ter- laid on a warming plate, becauseat Farm
p him on the acquisition of this post of i ritory for a small remuneration that no time can the mixture be allowed ,,'

} :j k honor. I'getting I' I might make an honest living while to cool below a certain point. I !

.', a start in my -orofes: !:>n. I Next the printed label Is placed in
: hope that some day I
may of
prove position!! and the square piece wax
myself worthy to represent ,Florida Is placed in the stamping mold face Tom"\--Dick and Harry it all FeetJust
pg >,,;,;, A dispatch from Washington! dated ,and her people, whom I lovp and cher- up against the matrix. The die or
'I March 1, says: "Newell B. Hull has with all my heart, in the United "
fish steel ,
mold consists of two square three, "Tom, "Dick. and "Harry"al I! in the I leather
been confirmed ait postmaster of ,States senate. It was but the ,!mblI plates into the faces of which round What is more econ- same .
''i Starke." I tlon of a poor struggling young man, depressions have been turned. The But they fit all feet all over. Solid leather all the way through!

'"t) 4 Mr. Hull has held this office before ,recently returned from college: where matrix is secured in the upper half of omical and profit Plenty of ball room giving absolute freedom to the toes! Snug

Ii Iit .11.. inStarke it 'was eminently, and his satisfactory.administration' Mr.of I he had his from expenses.his own With earnings the passing' defrayed the mold and the the halves central are hole placed is punched together -- able, than a want glove-like fitters .around ankles and instep! Higher and narrower

f f. Alvarez the retiring postmaster, of the years with training and ex- through the soft composition. The arch keeps foot from sliding forward. Narrow and shapely heel-

aIl e leaves the office after two terms of perience in the public service, by the complete die is now placed in a hydraulic ad in this paper? 'seat and counter follow natural curvature of foot thus holding it in '
most efficient s'rvlce.1..' congratulate -I f, will of the people of my state the: iroal The the rec-
'y : Mr. Hull and wish him success of my aspirations was reached. ord is subjected press. to. is pressure from 10,000 to What have you (position. Better fitting and neater appearing than any shoe of its

4; and thank Mr. Alvarez for work well i i I now aspire to a second terns in 20,000 pounds. Under this enormous price.

U done. :j the !senate.! I will be a candidate for pressure, the two half dies are pressed '" to sell?

I: re-election. Throughout my service t together and the composition is
CHILI FATALLY BURNED:" I In the senate I have been very much flattened until it overflows the die. t'UUnr""Dnr'Dnm.JGUJmnrm".1IIImln-'' Featured at $7.50 per pairYou

'gratified\ to find that the people of When taken from the the recordis
r press
,I t A few days ago the little little two | )Florida quite generally approve of my hardened the surplus Is trimmed off : :::STOCKHOLDERS : : I can't afford to miss coming here if value--in shoes---and in
; } I year old son of l\f r. and Mrs Balyg work in Washington. From
assurances -
k !I and 'after being tested the record is Notice la hereby' given that meetlni of service appeals to !
v i Johns, at their home on County Cler from all sections of the state by ready to sell. The Pathfinder. the stockholder or th* Bradford County Caak youl
; will I b* held In Ita olf le* in Stark, Florida, on
its S. T Dowling's farm was so severely 'I letter In person and from favorable the 4th. :dar of March A. D. 1922. at 1i. t30
? burned that death soon followed. With[ press! comment I feel confident of my MILLER p. m.. for Uia purpose. of holding. .n electiondetermine .
'i" 10 If th aald Bradford Count
," ) out any particulars A basis for 'sin ::re-election by a large majority in the --- II.." ihall Increase, capital stock from J. M. ALVAREZ STARKE
123.00000 to 140.000.00 and to do .nd inflect
r t intelligent report we can only state! approaching primary. I am very Miller Mar. 3.-J. F. Williams wasa such buslnaas Ifat"-Idt.o.. old* aleetioand ,
?0 L that the child's mother was absent grateful to the many thousands of business to determine ihall in-
( High Springs on I .rea>. Ito capital ._1<.
-d -t : I from the house a short:time perform- Florida supporters who have aa3.red Monday.. .," *. ,*r< I t--4t-3-a J.-H. HITCH.--Cashier., .



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;:-. ,, -- BRADFORD -COUNTY- TELEGRAPH!_STARKE.. _FLORIDA: _. ._ _.. _. _'_ .__.._.. .___. PACK_FIVE:. .
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; REGISTRATION: NOTICE i ster, for the past two months. at the home of her son, Prof. A. B. end in Starke. ] ,V' 1

' Richard Shackleford and family Shaw of Gainesville. The entire town Mr. Cribbs was a visitor to Starke ;

'I.I t Bits of LocalInformation I i :-;"tilis hereby given that the rcgistmtion -l' passed through hero last week on I extends sympathy to the bereavedones. Saturday. l: T

l books of Bradford county their way to Worthington Springs, Jule ]Moore\ was visiting relatives :

I \\ III be open in tho several, voting pre- where they will resido. in Sampson City several days last .

<'mcM nf the county from March I It Is the province of a newspaperto
i t'"' April 3, 1922 for tho registrationof was a professional visitor hure Mon- tell the truth as it is found, but often W. II. Andrews was n visitor to :

tC..enr./q/.. ?..at,. )tule..al electors.Particular. day.C.. they are expected to manufacture Luke Butler Friday. "
t 'Nft/- M ..* C..er.. S.r4 T_ I. attention is called to the M. Smith J. L. Summers, J. J. i it to meet the wishes! of the other party Mr. Onggers, of Luke Butler wa t'i:?' ,;
I fact that women who have heretofore Ward J. ('. Ward and !Sam Osteen ; concerned. attending to business week t'h

r I registered in tho general election were attending! to business in Lako :

-- j books must now register in the primary City last Monday.L. iV'UR
A. II. SchilUa! was in Jacksonville Corn !seed-Stuwell's Evergreen, election books of they wish to F. Fralick and D. C. William RAITORI' -

Tuesday attending to business. Adams' Large, Snowflake, white and vote in the nominating primaries. were business visitors to Lake City
I I Raiford, March 3.-Col. and
yellow Dent. J.o'. Kickliter. 2-17-31 Registration in the general election Thursday. Mrs .
Mrs. Emma Alvarez of Jacksonvilleis books docs not qualify a person to Our village may well be classed A. Z. Adklna and children of Starke, COLUMN : :

visiting at the homo of her son-in- Miss" Josie Hoffman has closed her vote in the primary elections. among the leading places {for egg producing were visitors hero Thursday after- .

law, J. W. Andrews, Jr. millinery business here und returned District registration officers have hens for last Friday and Saturday noon. ,

Jacksonville to be with her brother been appointed as follows: A. L. Drlggcrs, a merchant Shepard Moore of Crescent City 8THA YED- -One yellow Collie dog. A

Miss Nelle Roberts of Lawtey, Lewis Hoffman who had the misfor- District No. 1, ,.- rnest B. bought over 450 dozen, besides the was visiting his parents Mr. and. Mrs. reward. J. F. Kickliter. It. I
S. H. first of the week.
spent the week-end with her sister tune to be injured in a railroad accident Wells. number bought by the other two Mrs. Charlie WANTED-To rent several rooms '

Mrs. F:. L. Biggs. several months ago in Pensacola. District No. 2.North StI\rke-.J.\ F. stores. Many of the farmers get nease Douglass and son, with lights" water and bath. Ap I
George Alachun
county, were -
Kickliter.. of eggs each week from their
ply this office. It.
Peanut and Irish potato seed I at Tuesday the Woman's Club of Lawtoy District No. 3, South Starke-J. W. hens; and S. R. Oatcen who has 123: Mrs.here J. C.Thursdny.Jones and little Dilly -. -. .... \
son, -
Kickliter's. 2-17-3t Morgan. White Leghorns reports that he daily FOR SALK:
entertained at a luncheon in honorof were visitors to Jacksonville -Missionary strawberry ,
the state president Miss Elizabeth District No. 4, Graham-C. B. Rob- gathers 00 to 03 eggs. on plants runners from Townl
Many people on tho verge of despair Skinner of Dunedin. Members of tho erts. Kev. John Dicks filled his appointment Wednesday.!Miss Annie Douglass, who is at<>nd- plants) set last fall. E. M. Thomas
District No.5. Hampton-A. A. Saturday and Sunday at tho r
have taken Tanlac and recover- I Starke club attending were Mrs. ing school at Lake Butler was visiting 3-3-'It
ed. "Turner's Drug Store. Grace Ford Miss Carrie Uglow Mesdames Futch. ItuptUt church. Sunday school showed I
in town last week.
District No.6. Theressa-D. W. an Improvement and the attendance one day FOR SALE-Porto Rico seed potatoes
D. C.
Jones E. K. Perryman I
Mr. and Mrs. of Starke
Smith were at $1 bushel.! W. H. Andrews
slightly' better. per -
Moore. '
F. F. Stump spent Monday in Lees- E. T. Campbell and J. II. Ritch. visiting In town recently
District No.7. New River-II. B. Mr*. Klvira Clyatt visiting! her I Jr., Raiford. 2.2.1-2t. I
burg where he went to attend tho fu- Kerce. daughter Mrs. F. C. Osteen, this 1I11..slJsVilma. Andrews and Blanche
neral of Ted II. Ilalligan. Tanlac is a powerful reconstructive, Roberts Leroy Mlzelle, of Take Butler FOR RENT-Eight room two story,
No. 8 Brooker-D. W. Ha- week.
systematic and stomachic tonic. It District were visitors in town Sunday af house, with bath tuilet anti sleeping ,
I Mr. and Mrs! Virgil Brown were
Miss Evelyn Demaree had tones up the system restores lost appetite zen. ternoon. porch. Located on corner of ; .
recently C. A. KNIGHT Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. O.
as a guest, Miss< Powell of Gaines and makes you feel strong, Bradford Bielling. W. H. Andrews", and J. O. Brooks Call and Church street. Sea J. C. I
ville. sturdy and well, as nature intended. Supervisor Registration were visitors to Heilbronn Springs on Hunt. 221tf. b
Turner's Drug Store. County. Sunday afternoon.A. .
f fof
BROOKER $200 buys 80 acres land the east half
T. Mizelle and daughter Violet
Mrs. LaMira Graham of Atlanta
northeast of Sec. 8
Melon tomato cucumber squash visitors to Hampton Thursday after and Bernice were visiting in town quarter Tp.
came last week :for a visit at the homeof okra and lima bean seed in bulk atKiekliter'a. Brooker, March 3Mrs. J. M. on 7 S., R. 23 E. A. T. Williams! Jr.,
her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. M. noon.Mr. Shaw Jr., who has been' seriously ill owner Jacksonville Fla. 2-17-41
Alvarez.If : I 2173t. and Mrs. Tom Osteen, of Brooker Eustis Crews was a visitor to Lake
for the past month, was taken to the
and Elmer Osteen of Plant City, Butler Sunday. WANTED-One hundred live wild,
you are run clown discouragedand II. Kerr of Lorain Ohio was here' spent the weekend with Mrs. John Williams hospital in Gainesville Fri Willie Dowling of Lake Butler, was sound< foxes. Will pay $0 for females I-

out of heart, get a bottle of Tan- I early in the week and closed a deal for Surrency. day.Mr. In town Monday. and $1 for males. Ship as !
the C. M. Uncapher property on Pratt and Mrs. L. Morgan/ and children -
A. D.
lac and see how different it makes Leland Brown of Brooker was a was a visitor soon nx caught Check sent promptly. -
street, the deal being made throughG. of :": Sanford spent the weekendat
to Jacksonville
Friday. Reference all Danville banks.W. .
feel. Turner's Drug Store. visitor here Saturday.Mrs. ,
.you :
M. Inman local representative of Abernathy the home of !Mr and Mrs. J. J. Miss Adine Watson spent lust wel'k-I I T. Hughes Danville, Va. 2.2.t-4t&
the Strout Farm Agency. Mr. Kerr Equilla Dixon Bessie Morgan
Bunch and Ninety-day velvet bean has returned to his Ohio home to windup Math Wasdin and Marvin Ogden
seed. J. F. Kiclditer. 2-l7-3t Rev. Moody and son, Herman of
his affairs preparatory to movingto attended church at Rock Sunday.Bob LaCrosse, spent the weekend here. I ammmmmmanmml.IJIDIIIlllmmcnmwmWCDClItIlmmIDWWCDCDWCIllDiDm:: !: :: ( ) / CDwmwllUDwmIDIIICll\lf"+"'

Mrs. R. S. Johns and Joe McKinney Starke early next fall. Surrency and granddaughter Chesley Fogg and daughter 1l'tn'r
Aileen, were visitors to Clayno and Clocks! Clocks! Clocks!
of Lake Butler, spent last Wednesday Friday.Mr. of Alachua passed! through here ,I
with Mr. and MM. W. II. Green, Berries are beginning to ripen in Sampson Gladys day enronte to Graham.
and Mrs. O. W. Dyal and I I
of this city. sufficient Northern quantity commission to attract houses.buyersfor W. Dyal spent Sunday with relativesat I i Elmer Osteen of Plant City who ( Just received from factory, NURSERY CHIME CLOCKS,
I i spent last. week here with relatives
of Is of the Ziff. I also an assortment of EIGHT-DAY STRIKING CLOCKS.
A. Saxon, Hampton; one
Miss Shriver called
Marguerite was I returned to his home Sunday.
I home on account of the ilness of her latest to enter the field. Ha is buyingfor Mrs Murray Parrish and brotherwere Mr. and Mrs. K T. Oiteen spent the I Come and look at our great assortment of Watches and

" aunt and !Mist Aileen Alvarez is Piowaty & Sons of Chicago, andis visitors to Sampson Thursday.and C. week-end with their daughter Mrs. Jewelry Table Ware, etc., now cheaper than ever.
school at 3 o'clock
several freezersof Sunday
,? teaching in her place this week. in the market for Jno. Surrency of Graham. I I
E. at 6:45. Everybody welcome.
fancy fruit every day. P. M.\ Barefoot and I... A. Brown U. D. MINER

' Miss May Peek has returned to the -- were visitors to Graham Saturday at- <
J.V.. Andrews Jr., has received n PROVIDENCEProvidence
home of her brother Col. C. L. Peek ternoon. *

after a visit with relatives and friendsin stump puller and log skidder which March 3. II. T. Morton News has been received. here of the I IIIIMClOIDmIDCI.IDWWwwmNmIDmmmmmwwWlilCImmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmCm lllmmmmmmG
will probably be sold to R. I). Bower -
South Georgia serious illness of Miss Laura Lewis
week inDundee
few days last
and August Stern. The power usedwill I spent u ;
I to business.Mr. of Arcadia. Miss Lewis was once a i mclmmmnammmIDmtllmttlmmmmmmmmmmmmalmmalmIDmIDtlIDIDIDmmmID 3L7lammmmm91S
be Fordson tractor and. the ar- attending l
Mrs. R. A. Weeks and children of a and Mrs. Math Douglas, of resident l .of this place and her many
rangement and strength of the machinery -
Brooker spent lust week at the homeof j ; Dukes were week-end visitors at the friends wish her H speedy recovery. 1 1
] is sufficient to pull the biggest
Col. W. T. Weeks and Mrs. W. L... / home of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Summers. Lucian Ka/.en, of Bland and A. 1 I':.

f Wall. stump. I Born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harden '' :McKinney of Louise spent ,the weekend -i] flF'I H
here at the hums of G. W. Iluzcn.
Tho little man
FITTING TEST: Monday a son. I
The Woman's Club will meet next :
has been named Robert Lee.J. | Casey Atkinson, who has been .

Wednesday afternoon at 3:30, at the A colored preacher in Alabama had M. Fralick spent the weekendwith spending some limt here, left Satur- I
residence of Mrs T. J. Griffin on N. day for tJonal<1sviII,'. Oa.I I 3. .
at one lime nerved a short sentence family. _
Walnut street. and was fearful lest his congregation I Miss Mabel Summers has returned I Mann Andrews is visiting relatives '1 .._- .

discover the fact as in his later yearshe home: from Tampa where he hat been at New River this week. rrw, + ;1

Dean seed-Stringless green pod., had been a model of rectitude. One I II visiting. her sister Mrs. John Pinhol- j Prof. A. II. Shaw and I son, Albert, I .er. _, .. -wrwr- 4
red and black Valentine and Refugees.At ; of Gainesville: in hero !
I I Sunday rising to begin his sermon, were Sunday. |
Kickliter's. 2-17-3t I Elberton Blue Granite
Eldon Baxter left Wednesday fur
I his heart sank to see a former cell-1: I I
'I I Plant City, where ho ix employed.R. .
\ Mr. and Mm. J. C. Adkins and chil- : mate sitting in the front row. Quickthinking I "THE STONE ETERNAL"And
I i A. Andrews, of Winter Haven, j
his I I
idrcn and Mrs. Annie Brown Barrett I was necessary. Fixing &I
GEORGIA MARBLE in its various shades make
the and W. Andreu, of New River, were ,
the unwelcome guest reverend -
and little daughter all of Gainesville eye on I i
at the home of Col. and announced solemnly: "Ah takes in town Monday. [
spent Sunday
r. Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. II I mah text dis mo'nin' from the sixty- I J. 11. Pinholsler, of LaCrosse was'i' MEMORIALS'Renowned I

I I I fo'th chaptah and fo' hundredth verse hero Sunday. ''I
Mrs. G. /II. ('"llIonlwl Ressie I I Ispent
which 'Demas : son, ,
You will miss a fine supper if you of de book of Job says: f
do not tonight to the Futch build- sees and knows me, and says nuth- Tuesday afternoon in LaCrnsxc. I
go t L. A. Brown made business FOR ARCHITECTURAL DIGNITY
ing and partake of the chicken pilau in' dem will Ah see later.' "-The Argonaut trip !iI i
to Starke of lust. week. i
one day
served by Mrs. W. C. Powell and EVERLASTING ENDURANCE 2
I supper i
._ I Mrs. Jno. Shriver left Friday for i ]
and her committee of club house
GRAHAM Arcadia to be at the bedside. of her 11'
workers. ,I Ijl sister, Miss Laura Lewis who Is seriously p I i Three essential factors to be'considered buying monuments

Graham March 3.-Roy Kalch of i ill.Lewis are, :BEAUTY PERMANENCY, APPROP.
H. W. Raiford the founder of the I'
shakIng I Hampton was a business visitor here Shriver was in Hampton Fri RIATENESS. You have the assurance of this combi.
1 lively Union county town was .
hands with his many friends in Monday. day morning. nation when buying our material.
Miss Ethel Byrd and nieces Beat- G. n.I! Col Bon made a business trip I
Starke Wednesday.Bring trice and Margaret left Monday for wGood to Gainesville Friday. .b COGGINS MARBLE CO. CANTON, G/ .

your eggs and surplus chick- Tampa. News for Dance Lovers! !Miss Marguerite, Shriver of Starke, I Leading Manufacturer of the South

ens to Kickliter's and get the cash. Bob Surrency Mrs. Maude Surrency is spending this week here. Field or Special Representative, ,.

r! 2173t. and Aileen were business visitors to Mid-Winter The many friends of Mrs. Shnw, of !. W. ELLERY.DAVIS. STARKE FLA. i

the county seat Tuesday.The ,I Gainesville were shocked, to hear of r

Mr. and Mrs. H. Shelldrake returned Woodmen Circle met Friday afternoon Dance SpecialsOut her death which occurred Thursday mmmQ1flmWlDIICDIDmwmmmr.ltammmCllfDCIXlmmJIClCJUllllmJIJIt: ( ( ( a QIDIDmICm S10

, to their home in Philadelphia last ---- -. --- .. .. -- -._-
week after several weeks stay in Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Sparks of ; !
I Today DammlmwlDll DCllmUCllmaKDmlllmmmmm.mulllllXlJlUllanllmmmCOOlClXllmWaJI IIItIIiOOIJDmmti1IDI.ICU IWlCUmmmmmmmmmmmmmlDlDlDtIIIIIIDlDCIIIDmmc
Starke, guests at the home of their Louise were business visitors here

i daughter, Mrs. A. W. Anderson.The Friday afternoon. 4 Biggest Fox Trot Hits
Walter Edmondson and son, Willie
Parent-Teachers Associationwas of Sampson were business callers in of the Present Season

not held Thursday evening on account our town Saturday.Mrs. Ask to Hear: Count Your DollarsSOME

of the protracted meetings at Sparks and children of Moun-

the Baptist church. The date for the ; teocha spent Saturday afternoon No. 2170 Blue Danube Blues

P-T. A. will be announced later. I with Mrs. Ray McKinney. Introducing 'Toddle" MAY BE MISSING .
Alfred McKinney spent the week In From "Good Morning, Deane"JeromeKern

Miss Olga Ward spent Sunday and I Starke on business. THE ROLL PEELS OFF

Monday with her cousin Mrs. J. T. : Wiley Edmondson of Sampson was KaLuA

Quigley. Miss Ward is assistant sec here Wednesday.A From "Good Morning Deane"JeromeKern Some people-good people, too-just can't resist carding; a roll aroundin

retary In the extension division of the : crowd of young folks enjoyed the .
University of Florida. I dance at the home of Mr. and Mrs No.2177 Weep No More,My Mammy their pockets. And there are other good people who can't resist

Frank Reynolds Friday night.W Pollack the temptation to help them spend it.
Leave Me With Smile Dun
Mr. and Mrs. H. L: Brownlee and < P. Birt and Elsie of Lo use were net

children Hugh Jr., and Mary returned visitors here Sunday afternoon. Carl Fenton' Orchestra So it goes-and the money g6es.

Sunday afternoon from a visit I Truby Dyal and sister, Mrs. Gladys
Phonograph Count dollar" ''charge off the missing and deposit the
Any rest
DeLand with Col. and Mrs. J. E.Futeh Strickland spent Saturday in Waldo. your ones

and in Palatka with Judge( and I Miss Leta Fogg of Alachua spent Con Play Brunswick Record in this bank,

Mrs. A. V.-Long. -- the Marvin week-end Ogden with was relatives a business here. cal. Consumers Lumber Co. ,_, A bank account collects financial moss for you. A roll aids: the other

HOW'S THIS ? ler to Brooker Saturday afternoon. fellow to collect the moss.BANK .

HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE willet Mr. and Mrs. Simmy Thomas were .
what w. .y.tem
oraiLtwraealrcaua.a by ca
tarrh. W* d.. nut iw.oauw.nU >t tot any fto Worm In a Healthy Child OF STARKEE.

other dlaes.e. T.\JmH : rlilldnra/ troubled with Worm haw an uoiitby -
Decls through ...
liquid taken Int"rnu.an.1\ color, whl<.b Inrifcan "" blood anil u
the blood upon the mucous ,.urfac of ulc tlvit i* ".into rt ten Itom' U ditfurbano. E.K. PERRYMA N
the ByiMi-m.. thus rel'diM' t.. .lr1l1omrn.. .1TV-i:'\ TVT"'tr: :3 CHILI TON*? tven> rego.4J1f S. MATTHEWS. Pe. CEO. C. WHITE.jCXIXMIJBl Ca3lrie
tlon and amlnc Nan." U..raitorlnc, ,., tnrtTtl t IfTF" '.'..fl..ll* w"' **lfyh tile "MrtOrf. ATTOIINBYATLAWSTARKE
normal condition.. ... .1.r-vt!.' '.... .Ml.. ..,...1<"'.jUHetuiaiScreiiHtll- FLORIDA
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jiiT, i- :::: -:: kept right,pure Mead and! brings the cotton the same is grinned price I Saturday.Ellery Thomas of Brooker, and P. atempt Greenwalt of two,negroes twelve-year-old' to crucify son Harvey >.f

'yr a I ...... ..........- ''as Sea Island. Some of the Mende Lewis of Graham, were guests of William Greenwalt. The crime is "<", 'i\
1- ; I growers have not been able to sell friends here Sunday. to have been committed last night m

The their Meade cotton as readily us short' I Mr. and Mrs. J. Goodge and son I a toolhouse/ in the yards of the Baltimore ,

I With I staple was sold, but that sold has Eugene, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. and Ohio railway.
{!i brought from thirty cents to more I 0. \W. Thomas Sunday afternoon. Suffering intensely from a wound,I

,' than forty cents per pound. I Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Brown were ,: made by a nail driven through one of

H County In most of these localities Meade I transacting busines in Brooker Friday his hands young Greenwalt was taken -
i iIETI I has not yielded] as many pounds of I afternoon. to the local Red Cross office and

I........................................... cotton per acre as the best short sta- I Misses Rhoda and Reba Brown received sobbed out his story. He said that the

I I pie varieties grown on the same kind! a letter from their brother, F. two negroes attacked him in the
-. I of land, but the greater price paid for I E. Brown, of Norfolk, Va., stating/ he freight yards and dragged him to the
IS IT ANY WONDER THAT wJ<;'m: I I Meade has made it a more valuable has extended his enlistment period for toolhouse and attempted to crucify

POOR? one year and that he was well and him.
w% I crop.Growers in South Georgia have getting along fine. I The young son of Fred Hill, to

t.w\ r On the shelf of a puntry In a home succeeded better with Meade, than Mr. and Mrs. J. Goodge and son, whose home Greenwalt was taken af-
"; a few days ago we saw several cans those in North Georgia. This is be- Eugene, were attending to business! ter the negroes hall been frightened
"( 3 of different vegetables and prominently !/ cause they have the roller gins that at Clayno and New River Saturday. : away, assisted in pulling the nail! frontGreenwalt's

displayed on a can of corn in the must be used to gin the very long sta- Mr. and Mrs. II. Stokes, of New hand.
lot these word. attracted our attention |I pie! like Meade and Sea Island, and I >
River, spent SuniU' ywith his brother,
: "Canned in Maine." Think of j: because they have been more carefulto I MASTER'S SALE
Gent Stokes. Notice !I. hereby itivcn. that under and by
that! A can of corn grown and packed keep their Meade sed from being I virtue in the extreme northeast end of I mixed with short staple cotton seed.RANGE Miss Rhoda Thomas of (Graham was made and entered on February 27 \
of Alvah Thomas Friday D. 1022, by Honorable A. V. Long, Judge. or
the United States, "shipped to a state a guest the Circuit (Court> In end for Bradford county
'i be- :( morning./ Florida .In that certain cause whorvln K, J,:
where farmors complaining
ore CATTLE OWNERS ( WIlKnn In 1I complainant and Alden Hilton.
get10 cents! a Marvin Hazen, of Brooker, was in I II and Clarence Kramer, and Mary
t Ruse they can only j i I Kate Rumor I
: I I defendant, the umlemiunml, willIn
our burg Sunday morning.Mrs. K. Coons arc
bushel for their corn and cannot hard The Range Cattle Owners Association .. 'r for mile and will sell for ranh to thehighest
Will, Andreu, of New River, In front of the courtheuse
ly get that. and\ bent bidder -
/ will meet at Middleburg\ the I '
| on and laughter passed through here on door in SUtrke. RrwIforJ connty' Flor
At the rate this can of corn the consumer : second Saturday in March at 10( a. m. Ida on Momlny, the 3rd dRY of April. A, D.
!:! Friday 1KJ2, during tho legal. hour of awls, for the
paid about $12.80 a bushel for :: :: : | A full attendance is desired and urged Misses Reba Brown and Alvah Tho- 1'111'1.011" of ,miliBfyln mild anal decrw, the
it. Not a penny of that money remained ; : as mutters of: great importance to the following teal estate" In Bradford county,
/ ( numbered on the sick list to.wit
mas were Florida :
even in the South, let alone industry will be given attention.. 1 Tho Northwest Quarter of the SnuthwektJinirUT .
in Georgia. The corn was packed by : II. last week. ( of t the Southeast Quarter of Section f
i C. BLITCH, ,
Thirty-four ((841, Townnhlp Six ((6)) South
f a concern in New York, nor is that all)\ President. Range Twenty-two (122)) Ea..t, containing ton
-There wm a can of lye hominy made WOODLAWN ]I ,tie) acres, more. or .le.. n E. KNICrty

from corn grown North and packet !: WATERMILL SiR'clnl, Muster' In Chancery.B. I

in the North, and there was some I Ii i Woodlawn, March 3Mrs. J. S. K.Solicitor PEURYMAN.. for "Complainant.. '-'$...., '
r grits made from corn grown outside : Wutcrmill, March :3.-J. T. Reaves, Norman and daughter, Miss Gladys, _
of Georgia and ground( outside of the j I lof:: Gainesville was transacting business spent the week-end in Jacksonville, I
state.If I in our section last week. guests of her sister, Mrs. W. II. Norman -
I I .
we had looked further we might j i C. M. Andrea, of Bradford, and D. .
have seen a can of pens packed in ':I Andrews, of Brooker, passed through Mrs. D. B. Browning spent last weekat 1886
Maine also-because we send there ; here Saturday. Maxville the guest of her sister,

; for them. We' can find syrup at certain I J.'Goodge and son, Eugene, were In Mrs. Roman Futch.
seasons of the year packed in Brooker Wednesday on business. I Frank Crawford, of Jacksonville! ,

New York, because this lady( says at | Miss Alvah Thomas and brother, was the guest of his daughter, Mrs.T. DAVISINSURANCE
certain seasons of the year that is the i were shopping in Brooker Saturday. S. Williams, here last week. ,
only kind she can get. I, Mr and Mrs J. C. Cone and chil- Miss Debbie Phillips has returned
Until we people down here learn to : dren of Brooker, passed through here home after spending several weeks in
conserve and save three things that ; Sunday enroute to New River:- I Valrico the guest of her sister, Mrs.

we are having to send to far eastern | Mrs. Viola] Thomas and children Edward Milliard.
and western states after, we must spent Sunday In Graham section visiting I James Browning, of Jacksonville
that long expect to have to take whatwe friends. spent Sunday here with his parents,

can get for our products, selling Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Green and O. Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Browning. STARKECOFFINS
them as we do. W. Thomas attended services at Rock Among our progressive farmert-
t There are hundreds of thousands ofdollars' .- -- who have purchased tractors are !Mes
worth of fruits and vegetables srs. J. S. and J. M. Norman and II -
'+ going to waste every season right I I ASPIRINName I II Perkins & CASKETS
',' The heavy rains of Saturday nigh
here at our very door that we are '
1 having shipped( here in tin cans and and Sunday has halted preparation: And a Full Line of

paying a high freight rate on them, !I "Bayer" on Genuine I for spring planting, but our farmer, Undertaker SuppliesAUTOMOBILE
4'' are filling/ their sheds with wood whil
I plus the cost of growing and( packing ,
fa in some distant state. Until we quit j f I I I waiting :for it to dry off.Ellery HEARSE
Groves of Lawtey Always on hand. The best *cr>
this we do not deserve ,much sympa- I spen
thy.-Nashville (Ga.) Herald. / I Sunday with his mother here. yIIe at the lowest, prices. Speattmtlon -
!; .... to telegraph or-

,, NEGROES ATTEMPT TO CRUCIF .!.. Beflotered Embalmer.
see Ire DeWTIT C. JONES ,
j I Winchester Va. Feb. 22. Police '.
d Are you thinking{ ; of growing corn : o STARKE, FLAAtt6tk@ j
this city are investigating an allege
this year, either as a garden or as a Take Aspirin only SA t"ltIln each pack- '! >i tDRb'Os
field crop ? Are you making any plans!' J'I. age of gnniiine of Aspirin. -
to prevent loss to this corn from the Tlwn you will bo following the directions I
and dosage workwl out '
by physicians
ear worm? If not,, now Is the timeto 21
during years, and proved safe by mull -
begin preventing this trouble, says ions. Take no chances with substitutes. GENERAL INSURANCE
i Prof. J.' R. Watson, entomolgist of ; ff yon see the layer Cross on tablets 1

'ky the Florida Experiment Station. ( : folds( ,pan Hcnrlaoho take ,them Neuralgia.without Rheumatism fear for, HAROLD C. WALL

+"f This insect is tho most injurious of KarncJiP, Toothache. Lumbago and, for
"t the pests of corn. The eggs/ from Pain. Handy tin boxes> of twelve tablets I STARKE FLORIDA
cost few rents. UnijfRints also Mill ,
k4r; which the worms hatch are laid mostly larger
Jatekagrs.: Aspirin la the trade mark of
fl'.. t in the Bilk of the ears by a yellow Bayer Mtniifnrture of Monouacttcarid- FiRE, LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILE
ish-gray moth. The young worms eat ; .ester. of Krilicylicac'iil., '
ii first the silk and gradually make their
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way into the ear. If the cron grows _- ._ .....'O"'r'I'_! __ -".10: _I -'-. ;
slowly, they will have time to consumea
large! part of the ear before it will ''
reach the rosting ear stage. But if \
it is forced to grow rapidly, it will
reach this stage! before the worms : : FORDS ON TRACTOR

have ability.attained their full size and eatIng :I

Therefore, to materially reduce the !

J damage from this. insect, make tho I' .

corn !grow fust.' To do this heavy fertilization i r= .
good( cultivation and Irrigation I' ud zli

if a tiry year, are necessary. Thisis
the time to begin fertilization and

$ cultivation. Start the crop right and I
t keep it right; do not let up.! \ li '' Ferdrow = .
'-- y a
/ + Invisible Asset I I iiii1[

n r Sho"So you lire rngiigott; to Miss I
BURKS. I'm sure I Cnu't sea anything -i;
I attractive! about ihut woman." He- I : );

"Neither con I see! It but It's iu the ) I :i I Oo

a ,( q bank till right::: "lUmiuu TruuHcrlpt. (' i -

tie P t AN AWFUL RISK j j -

Very Next Done of Treacherous Drug/
r May Start Terrible, SalivationThe (

next dose of calomel you take : ,
; may salivate you. It may shock your
liver or start bone necrosis. Calomel !
is dangerous. It Is mercury, quick.
Q silver. It crashes into sour bile like
r I5 dynamite cramping and sickening REDUCTION IN PRICES
you. Calomel attacks the bones and :

f. should ,never he put into tho system.If EFFECTIVE JANUARY 27TH 1922
you feel bilious, headachy, constipated ,
and all knocked out, just' go
I to your druggist and get: a bottle of
Dodson'a Liver Tone for a few cents

tute which for is a dangerous harmless calomel.vegetable Take substtr a- Now $395. f. o. b. Detroit

spoonful and if it doesn't straighten This remarkable reduction in price will tend to lighten the
rr you up better and quicker than nasty physical burden of farmers and aid
calomel and without making you sick them to produce maximum crops* at reduced coat. We can-make immediate delivery, and car-
r you just go back and get your mon- ry on hand at all times a complete line of Tractor parts.

wi ey.Don't take calomel! It cannot be J. W. ANDREWS JR.
( i y trusted any mote than a leopard or ; ,
wild cat. Take Dodaon's Liver Tone
ill a which straightens you right up and Authorized Ford and Fordson Dealer. Starke, Florida

sl, r makes you feel fine. No salts neces-
sary. Give it to the children becauseit
is perfectly harmless and'cannot
'r f salivate.-Adv.-67.

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FRIDA!. !MAI2II 3. 1922

__no ._ __ ._ .. _._. BRADFORD COUNTY
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. INCOME TAX INFORMATION --.. -- -- -. -- -- -- ---____ : _r (

He, 01) -"ff.-we Nlon dni\e;; him, furiTi' fo inoiint Ills CAN'T LAUGH AT SMALL BOY No Worms in a Healthy Child 1 1"I"t. durlnv month _____ '
home and 1 r IMUIH ._____== ill?
!fl' gallop furlouxly across the W.r'1 ----
This statement is issued by Collector MachiumMother. : wont be All chlitrra troubled with Worm have nil unhtslthy 1"lan.l Fb. 1, li na _________.______ ..
Tnternal home to dinner t tliM rang.( lit- I lurncil, hi. lu>rtii' towardWatson's Investigation Shows That ModemWoman's color, wlikh luillrato poor blwxl.. anti im a '.I..r' 1.. 4
of Revenue for Florida : ICO evening, honey ; cnhln, nnd( I Ii".ii. Irresolute, nile. there Is more nr .IPRA stotnnch dmturbntu Ihilionc. Jan. 1, __..______.__ 108.44
Compensation for personal services you will IIIIVH m tultp her place. Pockets Contain Won. CiKOVK S TASTELESS CHILL TUNIC gIven rrrtnlarly H''ht during month ............._ 1.80
Little Ethel r> reined In upon the1 top of tin o..l'lIvltY'1 derful I fur two Him (nawd ... .... .. ....
o you menu I Variety of Objects. or woe hi will enrkh tIme bliio tin- form of wont Ffb 022-- :: .
jn salarieswujreB. comm linvc to be In the south a I thin rolumn of sinoliexvim Iniprnvnthorilitratlon.amlactaiiailcarriilStiTiititli'enlDit : 1 --- ----------- 107.84:
poll IP and .
I respectful I riUlrtrt ..
8..ionK. fton, tips, bonuses, un a forest lire lie or .o.meand wil h !lO..htmn" durlnit month 1. .
form tho galloped hnsllly to- ,.
principal item in thu carried Id ------ ---
his la heei'tu.
I iui'Ii, the boy Pocket was once! IMTfrct PI.'nNullo 1.1.. lIe err b"IU" Wtirmnl humuii .__ .........._ ..... 28.OO
returns of millions of taxpayers. Aaa Suitable. l% place. n subject oxcllInK", comment T ilnyH .-------. ----- llalHllcu F,'b. 1. 1022 -_____..-__--. .4J9

general rule, all such income is sub- I "How do you lllif I Hint smoke," Tile sun .rust. ns he rode, and! long girl tiC tiny Hire usually rvi"i',d- t the I I Hnlunro ,lan. 1,ll 1IU2.lrlrl--Na.I -__.__II__ ___

ject to tux. However there "Fine." before ho readied tin1 spot Hit sniolte' quoin of (too. II lUll 1 arqtllxilhf III'' Minillboy Million Packets Of Itiiilptit" durinir monthVnnnnu ___......... 1..1
are exceptions hud I become n hell of flmne. Alreadytlui *. \ issued -.-. __._._ ._ ..
with which the I'I'ountIlDts ought to favor Flower llaliuiro .,' _____._ -- a.ol
taxpayer In tbla I wires of Seeds Free "b. 1. 11)23 ________.

the interests of self as well as the "\\l'h3' so?" flame when nimor drew lirldlo, ntson's ',Vat- handbag or( i'11.lc'I''ie pinsiare' of Wo be.1evc| In Cloui'i" around the Inr..lel Jnn. 1.11.,0. _________.___ tt,80 .

government should familiarize him- home. homes of time Srulh: Klo\ve brlghtou t duilnir," monthVnrrnntii .----..--..... '
"It Is untie from loose leaf tobncco.Politics ." roars" Mistlj' dllTereut and yet there! the and \ IKMUI'I! _______....__........ 8.0(1(
self. It wna empty. Elmer Hhnutp.d with are certain slinllarltlpx., up lol"ItlollnIIRH Rive llnlKliciK. <'b. 1. 11122 ___ _______ .. ti.SH ..

Salaries paid to officers and Not Dlscuisad. Joy. l)oiibtle s' the fUJ:1I ".t'li hud. been The small boy 111'1'1\.1 usuull) u supply have pleasure thorn. Int.t.lcton to thono who Hnl"n. Jln. I.l>i tlTJU.lrlrt__Na..1______ ---.. ill 04

l I "Was politics warned In I time. They muxt have lied of fishing tackh, ome "' ,11111 n nil Kifuipl' din) Inn ninnth ............ 8.83Villrnnlii
ployes fy a stateor political em-I illtruiRcd' We have filled than million
a \
during the .
north nlong the towiirdWvstuood. 1:1'1 fomurd ____.___._.._. H 00
visit of liitliu-ritlal opon rangi a hook or two noil often a vision thereof (city, town, county your ) constituent?" ( packets of semis, of boautlful yet --_. 114,27
lie turnetl his tired nag'siueii'i
han.let) are exenpt from taxation. I "No" replied, Senator Sorghum. und spurred, him rolcntlcsnly.! The. easily grown flowers t( be given t Inlln. Jan. 1.Ilo..t--1.__.__II_.__.._._ 177.li, I I
Tliere was no .!!"<'usHlon a hll tevt"r. woman's fNhlng tackle Is ,dinvrsnt our cuslomtl this spring. 1,1,1! durlnx month -._.___....... 11,nil
The reason for this is that the Federal/ He simply pllllt' his inlml l and I lis The animal sniffed the breer.e laden -her bag hold |pos dt'I', "rmiKe inlr-I I(. ,citildn't" you like to have five \n'"I. )..u.t _____.___ ______ 6400

government does not tax such activities tened." with sniulte nnil flying sparks and ror H comb und n,inctlmox.. an addltlonul ,I pockets. of bnuutlliil! flowers tree I 1110"""- r.-b. 1.I l 1022 --No.-- --.----_._ laS.IU

of a state. Fees. received by a galloped madly. for safety. pair of eyelnxheit' (to stick on YOU CAN OrT THEM! Hastings 11.10"0 l Jan. 1.11.lro 18211 .___I________. 67.84

notary public commissioned by a state Then out of the blind xmoke clime when she wants to dap.zle 1933 catalog I 100-page handsomely Iti-ci'Ipu Uiirintc month ___________._ BtOil
\Vnrrunt IKHIIIH! ___. .__.___ (
a cry. It wns 1 Kiniiiellne'M voice. It The union I boy curried mum I l. lllustrafed/ good' hk full from coverto llnlniuif, -- -- 8Ait
are not taxl1ble. .neither are fees paid/ Fuh. I. 10U3! _____.__.__.__._ 17,4t \
tcciiic'd to rome out of the smoke 'l'he woman, carries u nail !tilt'!! cover of truthful desurlptlons\ and DUtnrt) No. II
jurors by a state or political subdivision 'llnlnnev Jnn. _.________
wrack like the cry of a child that Tho siniill Iniv curried two coins with Illustrations of vegolnblos flowers and 1. 1UJ4 .__._ 471. .
durinir .......
thereof. Witnesses in law suits 1,11,1. ninnth _.._... .
siH-ks Its mot her-(leHfenite, hopelens, holes In them and a Canadian' penny. farm crops. It is full of helpful garden Wlr.nl iMttui1! .. ___ -.-_._ SO"<

however even though subpoened by and weary lie .shouteil., The woman carries' carfare usually' flower and farm Information that l.h.I.'b.. 1, 1U24 -_____________._ 4.1

states attorneys are not considered as "Einmelino I Em mel Ins I" and her husband's! telephone number Is needed In every Southern home llnUnrr Jan. 1. It"lr"L__ Ni.___IT____... 10 AH V I'

employes of the state and fees received An Instinct hue'! guided him and l ofllce address.' and, too, the catalog tells you how to I."..,... ,h..ln. month.n_............ .84
get these flower soods absolutely free .rrnntj .__ ___.__.__ 3,
< -- 00
by them are subject to taxa- I aright, for, though she did not call In The small boy' carried u bunch of Write for our 132f cntslos now. It llHlHllcu Frb. 1. IOS1 -____.___ ___ sot

apaner be found her. Jokes cut from the papers.The Is the finest, mOAt valuable' fund beautiful Dlnlrirt No. Ill ,
tion.The woman carries least nnlnncB Jan. I, 1IIS2 -___ --__.__--. 7400
commissions of a receiver 00._ f Shevn': lienillng' over a flnmeblucLened at M coupleof semi book ever published, and KivrliitN o..ln. month ___....._ ... 4.83Snrr.ntn
appointed ... love letters. \
by state, county or municipalcourt .0" thing that l lay In a little The small boy carried a secret missive you There will Is be might Kind you've got It HalHnrv Fi-b.ui:1tiir: --:::::..--::::::::: 4 J:83 nil :
hollow among the pastures Elmer no obligation to buy any No. I II

are not taxable. The commissions NATURALLY saw Bt once I hut Watson wall dead.Kinmellne In which the announcement of a tin. Just ask for the catalog and 1.I.ne. Jan. 1. 111.2 ____________ 'is '
of an administrator or executorare neighborhood tuck light was mysteriously |> d.rln. month ____. _____.. 5 )
Monk-You make me tick. You tfoTson looked up. She wU coma ty-"h'oi ant mall. WarrmiU 1..0 ____n______.___ ... 8,Oil
taxable because they are not paid 'laugh while tell you a sad itory. seemed to come to her senses. Indicated In ruhhed, red chalk.' H. HASTINGS CO., SEEDSMEN 101..".. .' 1922 ___________ 74.58 ,
The woman curries u bargain saleannouncement. ATLANTA GA. Dlntrirt No 20
by a state or political subdivision but Hyena-Can't help It. "I'm a "Sly husband Is dead" she saId llulnncn Jan. 1. 11)22 -------------__. 77.110 i
out of the estate of the deceased. laughing hyena. l'iM,'.iliU dllrlntr, nionth -------_- ___ IK on ,
slowlY. "It Is 1\iilirment.\ :: He tried to In addition the woman carries three' W.r."t I I..n .--_-::=:::=::=: 70.17: ,1 I

Salaries of federal officers and em An Altruism. set fire to your cabin last night and postage xlii in pa shriveled up' fllHI ilnm- .1"0" '. l llPlnlrlrt .-No.--27_____ --_ a.82

ployes including those of the territories Some day we'll be so good and kind burn you to death. lie tired the cabin aged, one broken glove clusp, one UNSHAKEN TESTIMONY llnlanr Jan. 1, 1l>22 -. 83.70 .

and the District of Columbiaare And pemiilcaplou and rvllneil and the forests. flat Gcxl saved you." milk bottle return check, four memorandum ----- IdtfWll'U' during month_ .._._......... .80
That He back for his horse led It Time Is the test of truth. And W.r"Mnl" 1..1 --- 8UI)
clOne ae crime taken ran and
subject to tax. Salaries and fees a 12.01''Won't slips, four houxc keys' two 1..1.. J'"b. I. 1 )22 ------------- .
even need a tralHc cop. to where Emuiellne stood. He swung samples' and! several' varieties of plus. Douu's KI>1 any IMlls have stood tire Oliltirt No. X* -
paid by the United States to its am her to the- horse's withers and mount The' In Sla-rke. N'o Hlurku rosldnnt n.lanoe Jan. 1. 1022 -. DM,M :.
Kinall boy, carried of tOt lti ...
u __
puck ..| durinir month .._ ..__. 8.6M
bassadors ministers or consuls accredited Relieving the Monotony. ed behind her. A few minutes later CIgarettes who sulTers bucknvhe. or unnoylng W.rren. |N.UI.1| ______.---._____. 6.00 /

to foreign countries or by a "Does a game of poker help you to and they had left the flames .behind So. (1'11'14 the woman.-Kxchnngv. urinary Ills cuu leinulu 111'IIvlncol 1.I.n.l Feb. 1,Illnlilrl 11122 --No.----11-----___. SS.19 r

foreign government to United States forget your troubles" them. Elmer bent over Emmeline. by this twice told tvxtlnionyllansford Rulanoa Jan. 1. tuaj -. SHU.IS

"Not ! citizens are taxable and the amount exactly. replied Cactus Joe. "We are safe now, he said. "Em BRINGING SANTA UP TO DATE AIMtl. night marshal, V\Hrrnnl,.. lmnnil. 4,BO
spent by them for entertaining is not "Mostly! It only' gives me a new kind." mellne !-" Sturko, gave followltiK' account Hi.lu.nc.. F.b. 1, 11122( ,.- 170.4

--- I of his with i Doiui'a Kidney t'.bra. 15, 1922.
deductible. Itut though she Iny Impassive In bill "xlwrll'lcl
Fees PR'tfFOItl
paid a juror by the Modern Child. Considered ) ('OIIN'l ,
Him Much
Always Busy. Tills April 12, JlHI : "It bun SfVTB
arms he knew Unit the chain was! FLORIM.
Federal government are taxable income "Yon never pny' attention to Idle e"". broken and Hint life would lie fair for Too Old to Be Riding AroundIn boon sonwtm.] slnca I un'cl I IXinn's I hrrrhy, aertlJ) h.I the forpiiolna Mtatfltnrnt -
likewise the fees received by a ?" an Airplane. of |'' and tli.hir.pmnta of
sip them thenceforward. Kidney rillu, !but I know this rein- the fiiho.il fiindu of for the
referee, trustee or receiver, under the "TliPitIs nn such, timing" answered eily holpod me greatly \tlien I was munth of January., l.nlore, trio..1.1. correct "

national bankruptcy act. Th fees received Miss Cujfnnc. "Gossip Is never Idle." Story hour In the Prospect branch having trouble wit'i my back, In a In tha b.wt of my ,limi"loiltf. anil brllcf
Clear on That Score. library Is an Itnpnrtvnt. ntnrslon for U. II. WIGGiNS.OKIttR .
by a notary public commissioned length of tlmu I wan'

by the District of Columbia Reasonable. "So you llll'e.llfolt
'Have St. I'eter of the nj'pllcurit' for a hurp hood. As It wits Christmas, week, the have also been : Foil PUIU.ICATION
aiiythliifr.to Pnnu's.
; | are taxable. I IJ you my, prisoner cured by 1 In rimilt Court, Stat of Hi.riiln, Eighth
J licfure. spiitcMicp Is pulsed" upon and II halo. usual yulHlile tltl'I"K"ro' being told recommend this remedy highly." Judicinl, Clr"lt Hra-lford County, In Chun-

I Annuities paid by the governmentto )'ou'" asked the jll.ll0. (..?. "Yes." to the I'alllr group Santa, as III the O April 27, 1UIS, Mr. Austin fifry.Annla. E. Fvttlt. joined by her him- '

retired employes are subject to tax ":-'- your honor," nnswpreil the culprit "HIIIII. I'll have to look Into your custom was' described' to whirl 1110: 'l 1 ..lll have the xnmn opinion bit ml and neat frlimd. A. M

to the extent that the aggregate "except that It takes very littleto record. a little more closely." through the sky anti even past the of Dunn's 1 Kidney 1'llls ns I did I'fttlt, Complainant

,\ amount of the payments exceeds the leiiNe me." "I think I know nhat Is In your handle of the .dipper with his sleigh In 1\11 Tho euro they eflVctod: In v L
nnd reindeers., F)
amounts withheld from the mind." mild the applicant "and I can my cuts proved permanent" Calherin ]
iHimmilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllUI! One little' precocious miss doubted Krvyinulh' hla wi f..
sation of the employes. }compen-I I truthfully say I win! DO good at. the Price Gilt, nt all dealu'S, Don't Defendant j
I his of tra\el much mmmiiidliitm't
!, His Neighbor'sWife 'lungulige." menns very simply auk for u kidney rOllf'.lygntDOIII'1 'U .1'II'Rrln.) by affidavit aniMtndtKl" to the
ducted and withheld from
hesitate to criticize. .Santa .. ltI)1) nh."I.d eel".. tInt EIur-
salary, pay or compensation paid to I. WELSH TUNES HAVE SURVIVED uses, un airplane I now" was the more .I'"ti lucy I Pills -I lmuu alt that -,-nt*, l-n-ytnnih thvrvtln' ) C.lh..ln. Kr-rymuth. thkfiindiiittM *
| | Mr. AtiHtln hal, Posler-Mllbiirn Co, mirm-d crc non-ruaidi-nt' of
employes in the civil service of the I modern version.: :St.; :Nick Kecnm to betaken 110 Mlnto of 1"lo.ld., antl' I hey lime ,'mkl'nta
= ... ... ... . ...... = Mfrs., IlnlTulo, N. Y. tlm City of ) C., U"U Flrat
United States, in accordance with the = Traditional Melodies Still In Die for "granted, hut a querulous' --- Hlnwt. N. W., .Wo.hll.l"n., 1. age of twen.
provisions of the act providing for = By Though They Have Not Been youngster asked : "11111,1,1 I' Ix :Simla; I ty mm ",'n.; It In therefore .rd"r.e thaI acid
Inn..I.I."t l ilcfnnitHnU .
riiiiimiiiiimiiiiiiinimuiiiiiiiiimiiiiik'5Copyright. I :\ lie bronchi: I mother t toys. ami things hi h"'bJ nt*
Committed, to my
pensions to government employes 19.?. WeHtarn Newepupur. Union Paper. PAII1 IIY SCHOOL III)A l lFmnm to ntpenr in thu' hill vf ..., (tel
when Mho uns a little girl ,,,> he JI.I.f 11 .n., .. on or MmnlHy.. tl,. tUh
should be reported for income tax l ___ _._ -- .'" .//.1..0 A. I U, hor. 2. .
miner lucid'atson gulUleHti of his Traditional Welsh music has found limit !I.< an old, ,mnn, ) UOI1111.1 too W O !>1'"w..1 l l 1""chlf__ -__..__ ._ 1,11' ".liii' .M.'h.nf oil bill will b." tukun" 11. al-.

purposes. The total compensation of Innumerable' olTrnsi-.s nguluMt him because a place In the services: of the Roman tild to ride In nn alrplnni."-IndianHpolls n"l Hull il.01'___'____ '_ --_ __. ._ flInt l.y ald dufendanta.i on
the should 1 be in U.nir ,iu. __. __ _.______ uu____ 11.1)11 l ) It U furitmr onlurol, I hut, tlila order l t pnh
employes 'reported of Wulsi.n's a ire. Cut' hoi Ic cnthedral at Westminster.The !News.S ni'. ."". tin _______u____ _._ I SO,OH j IOh"" uitr, a WfH'k for four eon.eautiv.*wwl

gross income. No corresponding deductions In the goulhufxt! where, men are I attention of l>r. It. I). 'Terry the -==-=,"" .. I. linker MUlh".do _ilo_ __uuu____-__._._ 80I l I I II ". )Mmilford) County -.I".suh.) a 0...
--nO.n | i In .nl,1> l anil
can be taken for the amounts quick to avenge Insult.'! Watson organist, of the cathedral, was drawnto .d R Fossil Tre IUr8l. MrtroI.r! il l" ___ __-_____.________ 70.50' |111".r. .ulll.h".1. 1. H'liH. oounty aUita.

withheld inasmuch as such amounts duelled unliuniK'U. iiioiiUiInj Imurvcutloun the tunes. some years ago by nn\'Id Graves unmolested for !hundreds of .I \.1, do ._.___-__. ______ dO nit Julr. O. W. ALDERMAN.
__ __ ,
to | r it iln ___ u__. 55 its ( I
according 1(1.1 fknirt.
are payments towards the purchase ugulniit! ICInier buttling him up Lloyd George. At service of benediction thousands of yeiif. Kv. Herr (.1.! __.___.______ _____._ "I" 1 By f'.1. rl..lt KNU.Iir.R .
Jarred to daylight at M Shrlvrr ilo __ _._____ ___... ,
scientists were or tot>
the IltlllU11"anti I < ""y Clerk:
1 of annuities provided for in the act. to the acorn of township. recently (lie (> Salutarls I. Angeles when n N I.ln... cl. _.. ._ h_____-?,_______ MOn M joiim. "
received, indicate the impression The menw"/" iiflsliliorn.! Elmer the "Tanluin ergo" were both Torrunce, i'mmm' Inquiries to undent Welsh melodies. The blast of Its' iioiimU, of ,dynamite J.mlu _______...._ ____ U.OI
: in the minds of many perSons oo his arrival at Wcstwowl, hud gone sung Into the ulr I fn..xlls. of nntedllulan t I H,' .. _________.._.__ Atoll
to cull upon his neighbor to talk tune used for the hitter In one of the pushed I .K.lwnr.l: Iii ____.____--.._______ HO,onwnu IO''f OK HA IK ". |.inn.fllK) ). o S I'SI
that all school teachers are exempt he found, prlni mlnlxter's favorites.. \ !benats. It v%us u treasure Mast, .1.(.. ___ __n___.___.__ 11.00 IKNT CoUNTY HOMIM
from of the income tax. over their boundaries. Hut set for u group of California I I II KilwnnJ* ilo '_. ,.........._____ HO,oni I..hp nll.* IM given that thu fcunrd of
payment \Vutson In a drunken stupor and a "Thexe old tunes have been wonderfully ewpecliilly! i It Sn.... lo ?......._____...._ nn.on) ,, .f Ir..1 "Mnrlilft
Teachers are not exempt because en- ID preserved" honor Terry told a ttdentlHtt' who" visIted the lime pita .1 T I'limm iln t ..__ _..........____ n-ci'lvo Nifilrd f.. C..nl. f $ .II,
Biul-eyed girl of twenty-two cooking which have given forth molars of the l I Thnniiui iln __._._____-........._. fOO. Mill no of oounty 1..n.l. uf tIm"uml.. (of llradfind .
gaged in educational work. As a rule time wretched cublu. London Dully Mull reporter. "Many' I II Hnviitu. ill. _h_ ___ _.____ KB.00 Htatt of 'lo'I"u.| up to c..nl"and Ittflludniic
of them date from the two-toeil' !horse, I tin- sum I us'r toothed, tiger F. llo.n i, iln l -.___._____. nnon the ) ilny of March. a.
the salaries school' teachers pre-Itoforma- ?----- In.I
paid public "Mrs.'lItl?" usked Elmer doffing M iln, ________ II
> the giant ninth, and' other peculiar H'vli. u _____ ._ 40,00 I county bond ar tw itftUil th flrnt
the thin period for centuries they wc'renot Warron tin ___._._.._______ .
are exempt, but only for reason his hat. "I am Elmer ; I have M. HS fill i dny of January '112.4* ti IMI In dotmmltiHl.inir
Inhabitants. of the, jungles which existed I iHiii-n Ai ________. .___ R..I nr -
written down Imt they were jwved I .I" -- ......____ nnoo lt h.lloDI .n,'li, and in brni In-
that they are employes of a stateor taken the neighboring range I cameto hereaJiotiU. a half'a' million yearsor T It 1'lnhulntvr: it. ... .- All( Oil I I torifit at th* .. par e.nt .,
thereof. talk over'J'hen ho paused In by the Welsh' genius for unaccompanied 11 political ubdivision singing. They were Imndi'd' more before. Lns Angeles was Alva Thur. iln ____.-_....:.___._ 1000i I III' July tat "ml..nnl.I" with January
of $3fiOO' allowed embarrassment nnd saw the wounded thought of. i I I ( --____._..._..........._ I 112f'I ( 'I .U.rh"d. The priiuipcl yi-ar. antI In..t' COIIIMIO uf acid\
The special exemption pride on her face down from one generation to another. discoveries FI. Mlnlim ili. ___--.-_ .__,...___ UIOI ( a'iuitty |M'ndH are imynlil .t In'.1. hmni
of 1918 A whole maReS of Interesting -, ,, ... ... "
under the revenue act "Muny of them have been recovered 411.ttl( : of tint Hnrmvvr National Ilanlc the
"31 r. Watson shall see you tomorrow \I ill made In the dehrls. of the A J t.riiris ly..d". ::.-::---:---:--:, nn oo wtid Hint, of New York. alI
persons in active service in military ," Bald the girl quietly and Elmer and published In Welsh hymnals but exJ'Sion' :Suuiethlng of the size of T A B Thiimim Hhnw .. ------.------ ----.--. 10IMIO) 'I'h. irKMint. ,,f h<.niU olTcnHl fnr .al.( ( U

; and naval forces is repealed by the withdrew wondering und dlsinnjed unhappily In too many/ cases their these prehistoric monsters may be I. Jnrtlnn:i iln" _.-::::.-::::::.-....._-.-:::::: ltd 1100 oil: I hunt iriftO.OIlK.oo shall, Im.nd dUd) the end principal' of .11 county

of 1921. Soldiers and harmonies and even their melodies Ionn0. llrt>tn __ .......____ fill art pnyulita' 'In from
: revenue act that such a girl should be revised In uccorduuve with the gleaned from the fact that tini* tooth *> Ifiiifuu iln ... .. -- .. ttv. to thirty yearn, nwiipctlvt-ly., fn>m tUmtm
were -- fifl 00)
sailors are allowed only the exemptions bound to such a man. musical Ideals of the last century."It measures about ir; Inches, across the C A Mcltiu full, *| _--__ _--_-_-..-.-_---_-_ 4n 11 I h.Iht-rfof IWC.ttui,| *ml t.tit he two iMiiPil o'clock, ] In N.p rtiii..m on Ill,l.t wi
Jt granted other individuals, $1,000 lie halted at the buick of the cabin Is still possible however. to top and 1 Is from IN/ to 24 Inches long I n H.i)i|".tin--_..--_-T...-..JJ.----...........___ nniioI 40.00 I '0, I9.JJ. "I bll.. ar .lllr.| o..l

If single or married and not living to flu his boot. Watson thinking that hear of I I Thnmiu iln __.u.---,.__.__.__ __ 4(1( .Oil' I with (;, A.I.h. w* T'e t.ry of *I | board
them sung In all the beauty I I'Hrklnil tin u__. ,___...__...... 4(100( I of tain.) at *8trk. Plurliiit.I a ,wrti.
with wife or husband, $2,500 if mar he had eons sat up on the couch. their original form In remote Welxh New York's Parks Treeless Soon. ''H' I hutch' iln .__.___.-__....._-_-__ 100,00 ; Il..l> | rued, equal to 1 par cent of the amount

} husband 1'ouhe yelled uttering a vile nnd WeUh. At Die rate.. New York Is losing treesIn Mm H II fleck iln .................. AO( 00 of bill HAM ohtick to bm pnynttla to the "
ried and living with wife or villages, Intelligent musician J '1' Miuir* iln _.___.--........_____ (1(100( ) nf bond i truHtwaii of llraiiroril county( ..I' .
and the net income for 1921 was $:;,. nntlt. "I've trapped you at lust. You of today are realizing: how Its parks und open Hpuces thero will !' Junve iln __ __._._ __.____.___ ( j I All hMilvr shell ." "Ifp the am.iunt, of
thought I was sleeping dldu't you. much more beautiful these old be no natural shnde fur the next generation F AnIr.we .Ii. .__n__--...___..__.? !W".IO MO( ) honda' bid fur anti. tho limit within wMcti the
: 000 or less and $2,000 if married and very ruimn tramiftnrtnUnn ...__._____. 451t5 l I hlfMur* will .comply with the tvrtntt th.nofafivr
and the anil, Unit! you could bring that man versions' are. lit Walforil Tlavles, n according to Martin I.. Oavey I II Wlttvlnii celery, unit ____. _.___ 100,oo) notICe I. given by the !>! clerk of valil
living with wife or husband Into my borne 1 I know that you've Welshman who In now professor of former congressman from Ohio, one W Klchllu-r nil service ___.___u_ 420 ,' bonr.) of txm C..w that .d.Uv..y of bund
T ii _______._____ ___
net income than 5000.: F e.nh,1 can load
was more been meeting him while I _was__ _tending __ music at the University of Wales, of the leading t tree experts of the A .____ ____------_-__-__- 1 I b .
U Drew Cn Inclil .__ :.._ .. .=:::: r.* n,1 check above
sheep on the range. l'U-l'U-- may be trusted to see that good care country. Mr. T>avey had just Mulshedun II SHJ referred to la to be
A O J.nkln. kiu-blnw .....__ __ on I di'pMlt a ...n'.. of
----- .
: Only the wise man can recognize lie staggered across tbe cabin toward I Is, taken of them." extended tour of the parks. 'I J'nkln. iln .____ __.__._....?._ 40 AI,Oil' I with the hid .ubmlttfld. and 'ul mvtnt of
the girl. Elmer: strode hack Into the "I understand, the city has about I. I',II ili. --.---- ----.------- 41100" the aoerptane of Much bid and th na
the real folly of a fool. his J"I. KHlllr ./. _______--___ ___--___ I the p.r of th* btd cublu. Watson was standing over COULD NOT ACCEPT REWARDBut 175.01)0: () trees. sake Mr. Duvey. "The f"rh. N..on l iki ______?______ 41,01 8(100( term, th..f acme ) b* ,'.. wih HquldHt4M -
wife In all nttlttidt of Impending assault. limited funds. of the. park department do -- 4000 | damairra .h.1 .
; -- ----
If adequate punishment were inflicted Elmer took: him by tht vhoul- allow It to employ only 18 men for 1 A Ell.-r.fir O Jonklnn do .In:::::::_...:: ,...: :::::: Ho:00 i 1 board, of bond trustee b..In. by th* cold
the Druggist Must Have Had His ------ -------------. ((1(1001( Hald eminty bonds .
there are to be
promptly in every case dens and ran him back across the their care. That means that each M L Holhurhll.l interest .______._,-_ SO' 00 I I rhnpt,., HA2. nf the >al Ache I..d of .nI.
Opinion of' Value Woman Put Alv Th.m. _______._____ Ifl'Jl .f
would be occasion for punish. .hln. 1000 the Hut of Florida
soon no If It were humanly possible, to iMui-d for the
room. on His Service. man. N It nn. In.lo ._ __ _.___.____. lilt on'H puriMMi of tfradlnir end ad h..".
A1 ment. believe In Interfering between would have to personally attend toprn..tll'lIJly : B -- __ tl 20 Murfaolnff .*.r*
"I don't I. ----- ---- lAin roaila
Hnulroril ) Intxreat ._. :::: : I p..hl. Improving and .'."In.
a man and his wife-ordinarily The druggist had stopped In Ibemld.U. lO.WW) trees. The result l. / M Johnn t.I, | .4.rvl<-. -------------- 810771 SI.2B nth'r r.d. of acid Dmdfnrd .. .
he "HlJ. "But If you ever lay a that li.r.X> t trees died In New York last II "lnh.I..r) Uuuhln _______.__ MOO. I KIorMa.
Proof of the Pudding. .. of putting up a difficult prescription Kluli. 11..n .. _.. ________._______ 81.76': I 1h. nald. board of bond> In." rw ee the
Mrs. A-"But. lionently, what was tinner upon this lady I'll shake' your and deftly removed from thewomnsn's year, most of which were splendid e. Hub 1.lre to> reject any and all ,! ,

her dinner teeth down yonr rum-soaked throat, shade trees Hose to UK) years old W 0 Duval teaching. ----_________. at nn My ordor, of the laid board of heel truat Mi
yonr real reason for refusing eye the cinder, that had been C Will il. 7 .__..________________ 20,00 of 8Jorc County FloridaR. .
invitation Mr... Ji-"Exl'"rlenl'fI you hound. Sav'I't'e'l"Watllon causing her great. pain. The rate of loss Is Increasing rapidly n HUM* iln 9 ...._____.___________ II.H'l' S. MATTHEWS.,
I ,iln 4 __ ........... Chairman Board ....
(00fr." fell hack with a groan and I" lumhl. ------- -- flH 7J of llond 'r
n cff tn hnvp lir "Ah. thank you so much she f f.n Inolil It _.__-__________ 20.00 Attest .
Elmer releasing him departed. gashed. "How mmh la It?" Bottom Pip Arch Bridge Unique.An I IN f H.p. ."hln. II ____________ 1900 c. A. ruTcn.BfHirUry .
FORPARDON said to bunU'iio J U ________.______ a 20 Board of Bond ,..
TO APPLY Watmm In town next engineering curiosity, *
:NOTICE: OP INTENTION lie met Mrs. "Nothing at nil, he replied courteously. t ('ole' faa-hlnir I ..?-_______ 2-10-BI-3-IO. TI
of the day and was relieved to nee that she I In this country und to have H l.an. *. a ..______..______ 11.011
I will apply ., the nut nwrtinif City I.lnht flanl' I ____
Board of I'ardoM for a pardon having pltaitBUllty hors no marks of violence.' She nodded "0, but you Bhould. let me pay you only one parallel In FUIpl. Is thepl I I'lKforil janitor Ilbl_.____-_-_ III 2.70,00 MABTEtCfl SAlK

to the ..h.... of murder In the aveond very slightly 1111 "lie, pawned him. 80ml'thlnl-lou really should" I'm I l|>u- rch bridge over river I Ox.lun tmuhlnv 27 ._.?_.-.-_ HO.00 I NoUc la hereby geen that undrr coil b,
d'1f"the prime urm of the Circuit Courtof carries water 'r M Nnrtian meld 10 ____________._ 2.0) virtue of that ertaln final deer. of ".|._
1917.NOAH lie learned something of her story sure It would he only' right to pay you nUllon' Hank ire mal and ,
Bedford Count FIorhI \hl1 8Up of Utark interest ( ______._ B.-IK .ntn on January 1, A. I)
TAYLOR. a few days later from some of the for your time. It took all of five minutes ply. The span I SO feet and n I rnliton Inalil IS ___.._______ 2.10 IU.J3. ") Lonir. jtifltr of the
3-3-2t-3-10. It five steel 7'/4 feet In nice .: Minion toaehinir ii ______u__ 6000) Circuit Court and for Bradford (;,,nIJ.
iounH|' [rl< Kmml'lIne'atllfn hud -or at least "e will call 111' tl"Ct"r. T U IMnhoUl.r' do ..-__.___ ((10.no 110.11.. In that Certain( ecu. whftntin I. .
t>"*eu married, to lier husband Mi ; minutes though of course It wn n't 5Vi tie horizontal at time Olll). tluifiio tin lIt a.?-._-...___- 6U,00 hiiatinMia) and T. R. Ifi-niifnmn. partnarw. '1..ln. .

COMMISSIONERS' SALE: month, before they moved went from really so long-and, If your time Is center The prp,4MUrf o the abutments under. the "name of ftho'lm. .
Hereby folk,. l Ia given that w.. the under. rN-ltAL BTATI'Mr'WT TOUWT* CCUOOL JHnd""n. .e..pl.ln.n. and F. *J ()O signed eominl lon.... by virtu. of that certain St. I.iuils. She was the orphan doughtt ( worth $8 a day-and really I think when the pipe Is filled, with water FUNDSCourty Julie Go.'wln. ..do.n.l.n. the

......... of ..!. made court of and Bradford mt..rcd ircuit
iidg. of the of .
In ehannry on February 21. 19 2J. In klllrd himself In filinrne at his Imj. though of course. they do not work a,1, of cocr..I" 4O) feet thick behind ,0In.J .1".1 ). for th. unnth of | front t' th. .rniirthoua .) *.r In tttark*. Krttil-

that rtaln eaiuur now pending, In laid court -rnllng Imnkruptcy.. Ignorant of the hard as carpenters or pislnterswhlthat each abutment. Across the curved January. mCrn.ral, P.honl Fund I ford r County. Ftorlifn D. 1023.on during Monday.the the kiral 4th houmr lnv

.ta.wherein and Martha Eilicar Farrlih Lee Parrlih et al, et are al.complain arv de.rVtlrianta world she had fallen a victim to the would come to-let me see why top runs a hand' railed foot brl.II' 1.I.n..'.. Jan. 1, tall ..... .17K.7D ,,r;f i7hrAih ptirptHia of tlnfr'lnir aaiil ft*
will offer for .. and will aell to will steel of the pine In the durtntt m..nLh -..- HBO,4V nal following| real. vatat and pr-
for fimrxe., KfMHl-lnoklnir traveling man nearly 10 -ent -or at least we The arche Warrant ilMui.fi. .-_ _- .1147. ."nl In Bradford County '
bidder cajih In front "r".rp
the and beet
.f the hlirheat eonrthouM door In Starke. Florida dur- who. had told her he 'loved hpr. They call It 10 cents though It would really portion Is. ".I of an Inch In thickness. |: O.n.at .. I. I IMA _- 119,UK) 1 IIlaulitri towit t'l.r''f.
lair the level hour of .. on Monday the wouldn't It?;"\ I N.. | I.I Th. North Half of the !I..ulh..t QtitirUrr
about 8
'ki later she be only cents,
married six'
"et r th* Northrant
Ird 1822. tho following, deeorlbedml were ; Ilalanc Jan. I, lltw ...___... A71 Quart of 9ctinn H, fown-
day of April. -
relate lying and being In Bradford county Iruint'd that U'atson was a drnnkanl "Nn madam" the druggist r..pll..dI1rmly. Why Not I It4'.*lpta dfirintf month ..-..._u... ,II.hip. fl, a It 22 East oont.lnln.20 mem. nior

Florida. _wi"! ex-convict. She had prevailed "We are glnd to> tit) these littleservices have ihunged," mild thebacimelur I WurranU 1..1 ___..-..........__ il.00 r I.'ai.
"Times Eleven
mind un ((1U hi-aJ' of cOnch tfattl and
Feb _.. _
1. _______
South Mom of Northeaat Quarter of Section lalen. IVX. .75 I heir! in ,
Mm, to west, to make a new for our customers, ahd' I recall N mine* the lt.1rd 1 dav of July. A.
go X
Six. Towiuhlp Seven South. Rang Twenty nn I .. ]F). ; ,
.0e East. distinctly that you buys bought "What now? 1"I.n.. Jan. 1, I til -....______ 1O.70 .nd 1111. elope In .n. ear. upper tfor.
tart. Inth other ar. brandvU DUn
month ...__.... .
C. ... INVAN..I. of here for d.rlnl 0 4S "1 '.
most postage stamps married
At night tying In hH lonely n"In.t" I your "Just called on a couple and W..n. 1..0 -. 211.119
C.. M.A. ALVARBZ.KNIGHT. 'tr-" .. ... .. ........._ a long! while."-Pittsburgh. lllteb.l saw a tiaby ,...Inl f"L to sleep' by a 1.I.n.* U U2 -- lists ** (al Mtmt.fr A. Z. ADrtrHS.8p in Chanwry..

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lullaby played on u > Balance Jan. I, 12.12
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The O-vner of Much: Sickneis May Oa Prevented by S C.
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r; : c"l.fi-e.
|r; Her Ferryboat | W, Forced to Admit, That Hil Adoption ef: a Few Preventive ........ 3
Many Psopl'* of Commanding: Ability Hero | Better Half "Chatted About I r|; "Silver King" | Measure' "

Hove Admfttsdly Lacked Appre- | Oem Clothes." = .... ... . .. .... .... __ i i | By WINIFRED I DUNBAR |
elation of Mualc.I ........... ......... I derreuHe the
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r I MARVIN[ ST. JOHNS A few pi-ec'iitllrin--\ lilt III 1111I III 111I1 I
By Jt
r By CLAIRE SMITH[ r| ('.,url"'JY Dlnwlddle.. extvutlve, of ,I liability of catchlju fold from exposure Copyright 1912. W nt.rn Nnw>pap.r Union,

I Lord Itrlckenlieiid.. l..r nilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllMllllllllllllr r Union to woman standing
WHMt ro N wnpup omig
I 1912 bountiful\ >
(bettor known in Aineilcasome Uopyti..b''. im>, vs-Ht.rn New nn.r UnionKverybody the following story ut the meeting | as Its ""118.. :Some of the simplestpreventutlMH A window of a drawing room,
years ugo us "KreiluV :Smith! ), smiled at the of the Moridiiy etenlng", rlut It belongs Danbury Sll\\' that the man was are thone thut mituroherself at the man leanIng .-
hotel furnished. 11 young
confessed nt a public flip, tune nt "(Jod little bride. !She: wus no being run down by towards her ,
he of xvalk
rei-ogiilaed" be with which each home hns Its share. danger cold when wet 17 hi or she will and with
Have the Kin,if" only bei-nii** p...opletand love with her hftauund and Ills family had a colored woman ], the whirling automobiles that followed or a rim home briskly.. Wet clothing ing. graceful and composed face thin was/ the

I up when It was being, played. her.. for of the. mine of Julia Who did the I each other In II never-ending stream. draws tlie heat from the body and a fine Intellectual was the
"Home" other famous jieople hud un 80 ever]body was really ttorry wBHh. according to Mr. Dlnwlddle I He shook-, him, but the man did not below normnl. picture. The young man
was lowers the temperature the warmest
.,qually poor Pllr fur music -one, the the bride when the bridegroom/ her huxbnod transporting the clothes respond. Then.., lifting him la his Kut If the beat of brother ond the lonely girl
Empress Kuiii-nle": : I>r. Ethel Smyth. railed. back to the city on a most Important be started the American carried him This U dangerous.( exercise, friend of widowed Beatrice Lao,
which meant to and from home. One night | arms young the body. Is maintained by Lura" the
I determined,
who for 'M vwa neighbor of bunlnex matter the highway and laid "Tou are
years UlfmlJllnd. with a big bundle of freshly washed to the Bide of little or no hiirm result from the wet .
the empress during her English exile the transference of Hi-venJ and down under a tree. three young mtm Willi saying.Lura
clothing. It had been raining htm clothing.) / If obtainable, two or lifted] both hands l. ,
Itt Farnhoro find won" conntantly In of dollars the street. Automobiles and, carriages streamed Tills ridden
there were puddles along I of should he I'nt..n.
she. WHS totally And out of her own hcurt overflow. stopped to notice lumps sugar clasped In a pleading dlstreHsed! ny.
her company, suys The unfortunate man .slipped the past them but no one tieart's action and 1 suppliesconsldernble
bounteou helps' the voice gentle
devoid of musical InHtlnrt. Once when Ing with Rytnputhy, she gave a kult- bundle hit the street opened up and the recumbent man. For this was heat to the body. Her eyes were tender her

Icjcul hntid struck ii|> "I'urtant pour H Mtore to the lonely lilrl who Its contents went Into a mud puddle.Needlens at Kempton Park and one of the classic Many deride the popular belief thntIt aDd appealing./ but with

la Syrle" In her honor the empressmUtook ted on the (.I zzo. She wondered why to say, he couldn't deliver races of the year waa to be run. to catch cold from a "Elwyn" she mild softly

It for " wetting
Sir Walter Scott wan equally 1m day, In a moment of confidence, wild-looking.I ; In my life thnt I ask. not
back home. But he was forced to was elderly thin gaunt holds much truth. The wilt retards years
pervious to music': though many pusttideil the lonely girl told, her. "fare the music." I, Leaving him there, Danbury bought ment evaporation, and thUH chilling\ of myself-Just for art's suite und-nnd

.\ / In his writings Imply that he "You see, my dear" she nald "when A week later the colored man some sandwlcies. ( Obviously that for -"tiers."
Is delayed.'
liked nnd understood, It. "[n music" I once you have rcaJl.u been In love you showed) up at the Dlnwtddle home I| The mun ate the- sandwiches greedily the body Further, the Halt 'Then. It Is Itnlby." definitely re.sponded .
be told Lord :Melbourne, "I don't know I cannot ever love again", In tin same with the clothes spick and span. The and presently' seemed BO far recovered acts Hn as a fttlmulunt und usslsls the Klwyn Durund, nunoHt hurshly. -
high from low." I my heart long KO--flveyenrs sit He stared at his "The lure of upphiuse the dower
I way. guve family, of course had found out what us to up. circulation the blood., Tlint Is another
Swinburne's. luck of musical ear wa ago, tny dear. It was Htolen\ I had delayed their wash and were prepared rescuer., advantage.\ Thus unless In unusual of 1I0II-II1I1..t: I meet It nt every step? :

I byword among M, acquaintance*. Rhould, say hpI1I1"Rhe healtoted."I ]. for Sam. "Have they run the Victoria stakes there Is much It Is unworthy of you to throw self

''I'' Kd round n"HlJe dvscrlhes'' a practical never leitrned his nnine," the Kul'l.' Thnt worthy however did not nay yet?" he Implore, less chance circumstances of a cold, resulting! from and fume Into the frail Denies asagiilnst
I Joke "(,h.y1 on Swinburne' which "Yon never. lenrned, his name? qtiestloneil a word about hH ml-hnp. "Not, I believe. till three o'clock," an Immersion In the sea than In fresh the love of a true und

I made, me Indignant nt the time hut the little bride. asked member of the family Dnnbury answered."Then heart."
8am a
which now seems, Innocent enough", und ", wnx living on :Stuu-n Island. anijcroNNeil "didn't Julia have anything to say j help' me to the course. It's water.Those who, feel much depressed In "Oil you do not understand," cried

not without Interest A lady having on I the ferry to Munbuttan about the clothe* w hen you had to I a matter of thousands., He looked at wet weather should. form the h.J.It.( of Lura, but he was gone."Tim .
taken the. rent of the compnny 'Into morning to my plnce of bUHlnesH. there tUI'Ithull they had
every take them back?" Dunbury thoughtfully.! "Help me Increasing their rule of breathing. The "ollgl>l..1.
licr confidence, told Swinburne that : there too. I uond to see him old man's had been born
lie lived Sam grinned. and-I'll show you \\hat an depression Is due to the Increase of culled her. The gift;!
she would. render, on the plnno a very i The look In his ejes uHi''1'' business
on the bout. "Julia-Rhe done chntted quite a grutltudo{ menu vapor In the ulr and the cou-"'fUPnt| with Lura. When n great
ancient Klorentlue rltornello. Juut' discovered i iI to 1 be u delight to me ; he was so youthful while about dera clothes! ," he snld.- Half an hour Inter they were seated proportionate decrease of oxygen. crash hud wrenched from her mother!

I I she then (pluyed 'fhreeI In 1 fplrlt, so happy MO buoyant, HOdifferent Washington Star. by the tilde. as. u,:yir the track a* they Quicker breathing as U ohvioiH! a royal fortune .ho had come to the

I Bllml Mice' mid .Swinburne wus enrhiinted. I, froin thnt crowd of gotnmonplnce could get. pumps mare oxjgvn( Into the system, rescue with her peerless. voice.

.. lie found Unit, It reflectedto of city men. I knew lie wanted' to AVIATION NOT HIS OBJECT "There I" the old man cried as a ttad, the, depression departs., She had won laurels unexpected thfll

; perfection nil the rmel beauty" xpenk to me. Hut be was a gentle- poor-looking unlinnl went by. "That'sSliver public prints discovered u real. Impcratrice. .. -
It does. -
the Medlc/-wblrh/ perhaps
1 mun. !' King: tie's being quoted, at for Rejecting EARLY
London Mull.ADVICE each Swede Had HI* COREAN BOY MATURES
known mind.
think we niUHt That Particular forty to one a rank outsider. And were bewildering to her glrlNh
other In this way for three months, Offer of he'll win-he's mine." "Onl, two years Klwyn !t" she had

WELL WORTH TAKING although", we never exchanged a word, Brand of Liquor, "Tfcat horse I I.* yours?" ejaculated Youngster May Be Married at Ag of pleaded. to her fiance. "It will menu

or bowed. And then. -do you remember "" Luke Danbury."Mine Seven, According to Custom so much to those I love nnd cherish."
I No Doubt Orl"a--ol Car Realli4l. tho ferry ramming the steamship?" City Stephen Hunter In Love the beet of sugar/ Industry I every Inch of him. And now of the Country. So Lnr! told nothing tJlIll slle might

Sarcasm "Yes" Hnld the MttJe bride brenth- prominent to make fortune replied have told even to her denr' friend, ,
I Afterward That HI* Utah and member of the I'm going your ,
of a Any time after a Corenn 1 boy> Is "wvon ubroad wandered
Wasted. 1."Hly. other. "Listen I" HeiitrlciIiurund, went
I the
Really the war,
when food administration during tie may be married nnd, he Is seldom returned
alrnoxt Hide by side I In foreign sl'"t. ,
"We were a Washington for the sugar "Ten years IIK n Sliver King was
was In at 12 or 14. At that
A big: pusxenger car wall a victim, the Nhoclt rnme. The ferrybont turned i hearings before th*. finance committeeof Derby winner. Kever: mind what his ftlll unengngcd he winds' his pigtail' -If he .mill 'w"e., uml wenrjlng of all wealth
time InterestedIn
of the Hlcet In eitrul avenue. The on her side nnd a dozen of us were : the Krnnte, Mr. Ixire hall a great name was then. He was mine, and I In these crop-headed dnys might buy of folly) became

driver tried vallnnily to keep It In flunK( Into the water. I could! not swim.with i' gift for story t..IJlIIan..) Is particularly won ninety thousnnd, pounds on him. -wears Into one topltnot and, swaggers .a bit u grout Immune Industrial housing

the middle of the reet-but one hind< I UUH struggling wildly. battling fond, of Swedish stories, his Imitation It went In wine women and song- In the of the unbetrothed.Formerly plnn.Lura

wheel I slipped. over n little the driver dentil when I felt his arm round, me I of the Scnnillnavlan dialect being i squundered' sir BS easily ns It came.I presence If a Corcnn. boy bad any [ nt the end of two yearn settled

tried, to stop the "liont" th.. rear mid heard hlx voice- In my ear. 'Keep I well-nigh: perfect. I lOHt everything; I lost Silver' King.He schooling, st nlhe\ Nquntted all /
track well, he Id uulctly.\ 'There Is no mlHIonntre. Dut his her entire devotion to her Invalid
wlieel, olid along I the car cool HII It Hoertis that recently a picturesque was sold to a the 8'hllolroom'Ioor/ learning/
auto Iriver know the rear. danger. In a few moments the bout i old Swede employed In one of the Jockey mliused him and he wouldn't rend nnd write, but not to aprnk mother. Llfe'g'durkest' hour came to

When' the car. stopped'( slldlrg. Its will rt'iich UH." ,i sugar mills thought\ to himself that "10. Three montlm,, n :o. I discovered Chinese, and he would have thought(; her when the mother died. Only left the

two rear wheel rented nun lust!! tin "When lie mild I thut rny terror left he would not mind Imvlng a little drink I him breaking Mi l>ne heart between hllll".It'nll' educated, If be ncqiilreila comfort of moderate wenltli win

curb und Itw two front ones were otlie me. I JiiHt Iny Mill and let him support I' or two after a particularly hnrd day's the shafts of a hansom cab. I bought vogue knowledge of the maxims nfConfucius. to her. !She' became a friend and, benefactress

car track. Then ensued much me nbove tho water. I think thoxe work So he hteil, himself to a bootlegger him for ten guineas cash. I hud Just He often felt\ content to to the worthy poor of the section

speeding up of the engine and< much were the hnpilest|, moments of my life. of his aciiualntiince. 1 a bundled pound*l In the world. 1 carry a "Jinny" or to drive a pack in which she lived.licatrlce .

\vlilyzlng of rear whels, but no for And when ut hmt we were picked. up "You got thut squirrel whisky, rented a little cottage and burn In IiI pr.ny or e\en to net ns nurse to the Lane hud remarried and

,,'nrd l movement. und. put mil'cly nbonnl, nnd K''>'en warm Yohn" he \ I wild part of KMHPK: :, and, there I trained baby while his older brother wrestled hud removed to California. Lura had'

"Whuf* the mnlter; trying to net clothes and hot drinks In the Bnloon "No. I oHltP'I:" I him. Twelve yenrs old he Is today with the Chinese classics. Under, ilrlfti .: \'" :: from her "old, friends.

1 aWII\ from the curb?" a bystander. cabin H sudden. feiir fell on my spirit.I liquor merchant "but I can give yon I and at first It \MIS a heartbreakingtask. ; the new regime the school Iours' are Outi', .. TVirnnd" met an old college

nsked."Oh.. knew that, since he bud "Hpoken' IHhoiild a little old crow. How "bout that?" I I Often I thought the tusk was ftlll long and, strenuous but the boys liutr.. 'H... Infler: : wns n doctor nowI -

,\ no, I'm polishing the tmvem nt never 8eo that look In his eyes Sven thought: for H moment ; then he Impossible, hut t nerxevered.. And, at pursue a Japanese( course of study >oct' r Wltlu, ,'"" I'piMitne ,trrently Interested

1'1 in the kids. cnn have Home fun !I" sarcastically I' Ifltilln.I Khonlc hlw head. last the dny ciiine> when I knew thn In Japanese. They probably would In Durnnd's story of the humanli.trinn -

i ezcltilmed. the driver (of tin, "JiiHt before we Htepped nsliore hocanre "Nny-dii" he said. "Ay don't want. I had again( one of the swiftest steeds, vote their games more Interesting than ,, work. he wns engaged In.

cor. I up to me. He looked, at me litqiilrliiKly. to> fly; ; Ay yust want to hop a little."- In this country. I hired a Jockey and any curriculum whatsoever. Their national "It occupies me ntul I hope, to do

"Well, If you'll Jimt cut thnt engine/ He said nothing ; there was Washington: Pout. entered hlin for the Victoria stokes. Ihod sport Is stone-fighting, which ,..iue good, ," rehxed' Durnnd, "but I do

.. and! slip her out of high Into He fifty pounds left nnd I borrowed fifteen not seem to make the people warm up
*own nothing for either of us to "u) u .. they carry on during\ the llrnt '
little shove un<1 two hundred, more. I uidn't. spenn to me. I 11111 not very huppy nt heart. ,
low I'll give you n took me In his nrms nnd klsxed me. Health Habit for Children. days of the New Yenr. At the fume "
you'll unlit right away from the curb," "Then he, spoke.. 'I um Kolng Went Health Instruction and Its result lathe anything on food. A loaf of bread season they have I fcky) tournaments. In to tell you tile trill Wltbercll..

the Interloper, mild. today,' he said. "Tell\ me your mime. formation of Imlilts, Is the subject Is all I've hud. the, lust five days. It teen which they cut the siring of one an "It Is! a rather queer coincidence,

The ndvlne WHS followed.the wheel When I come back I nlmll come to set1Sou. of a dully record of health bublta u BO, you see, sir, two hundred and other's kites and bike the falling kites but I have a putlent who has been

ceiiMxl their mnd. whirl end the. car, It may he six months or fix for every child In the schools of Washington fifty pound rHnced (1111 forty-to-one ns prizes.-Marietta Neff In AslnMagazine. following somewhat In your Hue of huninnltnrlnn -

under the' gentle urge of the bystander, yenrs. but I tilinll always claim you. L). O, according to the United shot means ten thousand, If he wins. work," snld the doctor. "II

moved awny-trullllllllplllLa News, I xbiilJ never let you go out of my States bureau of education., liliuiks' lire I A fortune for me und u peaceful old Is a woiuun-the. most noble ot Ood'.
Inspection age for Silver King. And he can'tlose. Cl'eotllrellThere la a call from my ;

dully .
life.' marked after the morning; Root's Cleverness.A .

From Messenger to General. the little bride. by the tellc'h{>r. Each school .." Ellhu: ofllce."
"And? questioned law er who once opposed
He started toward a tall mun In n > Doctor Wltherell crossed the hall!
General (I'ellegrln. who ban. Just been denr." day a murk Is given for the pu\\>II'1I telli
"Thnt Is nil my white bat who standing on a stool Hoot In hrench-of-promle suit Into his consultation room. When. became
appoint ed. to the command of the The lonely girl had arrived the day observance of such habit handkerchief as. brushing was shouting the odd< '* The homes this story : "My client for lilt liur. out lie ushered a lady to th.
Uilrleenth division of French Infantry. the bridegroom was culled buck the teeth, carrying a broken heart was a very pretty and
before! taking thirty were at the starting gate. front door.( At sight of her Durnnd'l
vltli headquarters nt I.nngres/ 1< a to leave on keeping a good posture, her
due Hoot defeated
to the city.' Shonn Thirteen "Do you wont to ci-me In? asked vivacious girl. face grew white ns marble.
living. pro<>f of the possibility of rising that the bridegroom returned. minutes physical exercise. short. "A hun and me-by ending his defense with
I till day noted., At the end the old fellow, stopping "Doctor," he gasped, "thnt lady I"
unaided. effort which Nupiilenn health habits are .
by The bridegroom actually arrived at the dred pounds will net. you four thou these words "Miss Laura Belden," replied hit
crystallized. Into the saying. that p-very hotel JiiHt as the lonely girl stood In of u month u rating Is given to cor sand." "U3entlemen of the Jury do you
and the.he..t friend.
Kreni'h Holdler carrlitd, a marshal'sbaton the olllce her baggage: beside her respondltli Is sent the home dully folded record around the Danbury had five hundred-the bal really think thnt this charming young "Yes, jes, I know," uttered Durandi

In bin. haversack.General waiting for her carriage. Tim bridegroom curd to be signed by the parent ance of all he hail, put aside for hi* lady's life Is blighted or that her prospects !incoherently; "but who--what Is shiaow
whoie ,
1'ellegrlii, parents report
vtnllted In iind the lonely girl thus European tour of' getting married are prejudiced ?"
It Is expected
were In very l poor circumstances, begun turned nnd looked! him full In the face. and returned. of the home "You're dead sure" he queried. "I'll In the least? I don't suppose "A being with a greut soul" replies!

Ufa u..* a telegraph; meiwengpr; at The little bride, miw' the look on her to secure the co-operation habits. Children -I'll wager four hundred" 'you do. There is! not one of you the doctor reverently. "She Is the lady

Marseille*, lie scraped and snve to be able to buy book, which. ha think much of showing extreme him of delightful a
the bridegroom to the old man and dragged; acquaintance so per been the nngel of mercy of one of the
tudled at night after hla day'H vorlt the lonely girl. The lonely girl Hat to the school nurse. up to the bookmaker. son. Why, look at her now-she Is poorest districts of the city She hal

for the pOHtofflce was finished lie down In a chair and leaned her head Sounded Excessive. "Last chance the latter yelled. actually smiling at me, but I must at sung only at the settlement clubs. A

took hi* baccahiureiitw. got Into the back against the wall her face the Indianapolis It accountant: who I* "What's the odds on Silver King?" once Inform her that I am not In the month ago a little child who heard net

., Ritlltnry" college at SnlntOyr.: obtained color of chalk. The bridegroom had! An birth says that when he queried] the elder man. matrimonial market.* "Boston Transcript. elng dying of a malignant throat disease
and of English
; Ilia commission with Hying color gone out of the ofllce and the little the United State* several "Fifty to one," answered the bookmaker begged. her mother to ask *th.
passed the' lOcole .de ( luerrt1, or ataff In the chair. arrived In "Want to make a bet?
the briskly. warned
bride hurried to girl be did not propose to per hooter lady" to come to her. I
r. college. He took part In thft operations "You feel 111?" she asked. "Can I year himself ago. to- be Imposed on. It'* a sporting chance-there's worse Unlucky Tom. her not to go. Miss Belden Ignored; mjndvlce.
In HH)7) wan badly mit "
Morocco ,
water? Won't you He horse! hot won. Four hundred? He last
get some his hand It wns Miss Belden's
you landed he fashioned Yankee tellIng
wounded at the buttle of ho I Marnv.nd When he gave the and scribbled a memo A real was .:
Morlccn.wh.'rf' down? baggnge to a porter to carry to a took money a friend of the 111 luck experienced song" I
returned to .
afterward lie became one of MamhalIyautey's : "No," answered the girl, rising; with" hotel. When he reached the hotel, he randum In his book handing Danbury by his son Thomas."Tnke "Why what do you mean?" quea.tloned 1

valued' ,,"llItl\nlll, nn effort. "It was the heat I think. asked the porter what the charge was the lit lib. the lu"' t case as an example," Diirand.
out "
in turned tense with excitement ,
The little bride hud thought that It for carrying the baggage."Two Danbury he snld.. ".lust ut soon as he went to "She contracted the disease front

was v"ry cold. She did not say anything bits air," was the porter'* to sea the horses racing down ISO-ton. in work, Tom fell In love. She the child. 'I have reached the glory oi

UmbrolU Sign of Married Man. however, hut helped the lonely reply. the field. lived, In 0114of the suburbs and dlroclly my life In making one poor soul happjIn t

You cnn tell a married! man by the girl Into the carriage and waved her "Now look he,...." said the traveler! "Ile'n winning. yelled the old man. I Tom mmlt> up his mind he liked Its durkeat need, she now says." .'

umbrella he check aHHert: the young" good-by. "I'm not.. a green Englishman like! you at Danbury's side.! her lie "nt und bought/ a fifty-trip A humbled man Elwyn Darand

.., capltulUt who praMldv* over the cloak The lonely girl hud recognized him think I am. I know your trick. I'm Blackberry bud fallen back and Silver tlcke, ,lo her place and-" sought/ Lura the next day. He found /

room of a family rematirant. If heha ns soon as he entered the olHce. going to give you fiO (cent and you'll King had passed three of bis com "Well, what happened" her at a hull where an exhibit ot art

two weather "ticks, ono a heavy M"llIIwhll" the little bride had have to be satisfied, with that. It'. petl torll. "What lutipftied|, ? Why. he was. and needlework of her pensioner. wa
cbdtip affair that wait purchased with husband and A roar went up. Blackberry waa In In Ami there'her sweet patient ,c..
Nought and found her all you get. turned. ilnwn ut the second call and progress.
the lilen of being BOOH lout, and the token him to the cozy sent on the the lead again. And Sliver! King had Ihe ticket win left on his hands. I Ifthnt face encouruglnK. him, he told

!r of Hnor muterliil, It'* a aure bet stoop. "Arthur dearest" said the Jit- Emotional Old "Fighter.' fallen to the rear. The horses quickened \Hn't hnrd luck please tell me of. the greut love thnt had nevetdimmed. f"

., n" he'a uiarrtcd. tie bride. "I want to say something Tex Rlrkard told the other day of a their stride. Blackberry was edging what Is. !''-Milwaukee !Sentinel.! lIod they went down to th, '
old Silver
all. And
According to thl [myehologUt.. ninrrted something awful. l no you remember a dinner that was given to old Bob away from poor street.

folk when they Htart out In the confession made to me the day at a cafe In Fourteenthstreet. King fell further and further Went down to a new life, mutuallj
you Fltzslinmont tailed hi* wither* New Ship Signal for Us* In Fog.MoHt .
lie away r.
each carries hln own umbrella m> and away. roan and !
rain were married about-about The bunch got together blessed to together as ,
before we
boat la and a* ship collisions In fog are due
they can have the minimum of Inconvenience kissing a girl once after a ferry accident bought the warrior huge noD rocked like a a atonn wife helpers[ of the poor and. oppressed ['i
the of thousand* showed tbatBI.ckberl' to the difficulty In detecting the exact
yell* .
and retain a maximum of silver loving cup. Johnny ; guides to the unfortunate, th I'' .
? pawnable Silver direction that the whistle and
home bell
I dryne. In the premiptlaJ tlmea the "I don't want to remember those Pollock presented It. After about the ) romped Idol of happy, grateful children. Lur I ,..
along. last of the signal come from. A veteran sea
male of the ipeclea would never hear transgressions growled thebrld"Kl'oom .tenth whisky they drank them King came tolling captain had Indeed sung her last song but la .
past ha* devised a new"" method to'
,\ Ot" the woiuau battling the wind.* alone.XJ kissing the little bride."But straight tboee day*-Pollock flaahed field. their souls love wa singing all the
When [)anbal')'. stunned by his loss overcome this.
would the tunbrelU over her old fellow.
carry emotional long.
Arthur the yean
why did you'do It. the cup on turned round the) old fellow was no Be uses four signal horns of different
aDd get wet himself. Hut they're married the big and gleaming.
persisted the llttl bride."I Flu stared at longer at his' side. The bookmakerwm tones two sirens, a steam whistle
now. and that tnakea a difference. answered the he glowered at Pollock Fair.
her I Then The Sheep
felt sorry for thing all
> also ,one. A little mob of winner and a steam gong operated by foot
) bridegroom .'and-welt. she looked a* and ,..lIedlcnr.i dammit you'vegone York was hunting for' him with yell* levers. Each of these corresponds" to The little village of East Ilsley, 01

No Place for Tobacco Fiend. If the wanted someone to kls' her. and made me cry I"-New of rage. But Danbury never saw one of the cardinal point of the compass the main road between Newbury an<

Ju precaution again forest Ore*. That's .\\1. What harm did It do?" Correspondence of the Kansas City either of them again.An and I I. sounded In a fog only Oxford haa Just celebrated the evea

moklng ha* been entirely prohibit "You hadn't ever seen her before, Star. when the ship Is headed In that direction. hundred and first anniversary of IUheep

in any part of the Olympic national Arthur" persisted the little bride. Assistant Desired. fair. In the old day New bur jwa

forext In Washington. The are covered "Not .., far as I am aware, my Find Pure Amber Deposit. a great center of the cloth trade,

by the "no amoklng"; order dear," her husband answered. "Clo on ; What waa formerly considered droaaIn "Were you sorry, when ClausT"Tm you learned Sure of Ort* Audience. and Eat Haley fair frequently aw ai '
about 40.0no acre*. The feelings." mine* of the Coalmont colllerles. there wasn't any 80.000 penned In. Iti
mount to don't pare my the tlll about It." answered Having retold bla favorite Joke several many as sheep
period of thl* prohibition la to be determined "You'.. not seen her again have Nicola. B. G. ha* been discovered Senator Sorghum.sorry "Every one of myconstituent tlmea. without eliciting even a narrow *treets.'The-picturesque Clort
be district foreater at Arthur?" to be pure amber the first hall Is a museum
by you, who wants anything polite smile front any of hi* listener*. at Newbury now
i. : Portland'Oregon. The urgent reason The bridegroom took the little bride deposit of the kind ever found on the rod East Ilsley!! fair la only a shadow
write* and asks me to get It for him. Bogg turned angrily/ on his heel and :
;, for thl action I I. lu" to the fact that, In bis arm. North American continent. The discovery muttered :. of It* former self but that .fair wll j jrontlnue

': .' the area Will largtfly .*. DX at*' "My rtenr." he .said, "I never IIIIW I I. credited! to B. 8. Oliver of "Fumlth' Dolt" Hair. Til get a laugh on that story or 111 to be held as long as a slnglt,
last winter and the and I've never seen her Ullter chemical process eradicate. Cost* neighborly :,
clone during the her before the heads of moat of know the reason why. I'tt go tell It heep can be heard on the
round !III covereil. with broken trees Ince.. To my bi\llef. I shouMn't know I It was formerly believed to be reetnlte. The hair on the doll exhibited to to Smlthers. Be borrowed aaooey from downs. That Is. the pleasant cuntonref

and branch of trees no that If a fire her from Eve. Why?" There are large quantities ot the am- the thousands of yejaterdav/* England.Christian: Science Wool
th toe -
obtained from .
W.r. to get any headway at ajl, It "0. nothing." answered"" the little bAR- hop window U te*.

6AWd be dUUcult to check; It. bride Tmppllj. Angora coaL _. -_--..

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