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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 10, 1922
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VOLUME FORTY-T11KEE STARKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MARCH 10. 1922. : THIRTY-SEVEN'

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K. K. K. ASSISTS IN SECURING: THE SCHOOL SITUATIONIN TED II. HALLKJAN COUNTY COMMISSIONERS: ; IN MEETING; OF SCHOOL UO\lt!> I REV. JOHN II. LAMH: DEAD

EVIDENCE IN MURDER CASE lUtADFOKO COUNTY REGULAR SESSION .MONDAY:

The following from the Lcesburg Board met lit regular session March I I Rev. John B. Lamb, of Parriah. died f'\
Attorney at DeLand Follows of the 3rd inst. is short The board! of county commissionersof his
Assistant! When the Board of Public Instruction Commercial a 6th, with all members present, vii: L. at home In Pnrrish Monday morning !
pirections Given in Letter made their budget last they history of the life and death of Ted Bradford county, met pursuant to W. Kickliter! E. T. Campbell and! A. February 27th, from a paralytic
year his residencein adjournment March ti, 1H22, with tho
II. Halligan who, during A. Haxen. stroke. Rev. Lamb lurked one monthof
DeLand. March 7.-When Assistant i cut the expenditure of any money that Starke endeared himself to all, following members present to-wit: J. Minutes of last meeting read and being seventy-live years'old.. :
could be left and the
Attorney K. S. Mott received a Ku possibly out, teach- and whoso untimely death Is much deplored M. Brownlee, chairman, H. P. Geinpy, approved.Sub I Funeral! services. were held Tuesday
Klan dated March 3 he balance they Appropriated for James and Louis H. Hill.
Reynolds
Klux letter .
months district elections were called afternoon at 3 oYloik from I ho n"|'- l'
did exactly as the letter directed, and all ing the and time found the that four could continuethe was Ted H. Halligan whose death occurred Minutes of last meeting road and for districts No. 3, 4, T, 9, 10, II. 12: ,'tilt church in Prrlnh. Rev. Reed.>r

resulted in the finding of important schools. money vl'ryInexpecitedly at 2:10: approved with the following correction 1., IK, 2.1, 27, :31. to b.- held April lf>th. I preached the funeral sermon at the '
evidence as to' the death of Wm. A, The o'clock Saturday morning in the Or- : The Bradford County Telegraph Widow's pension< claim of Mrs Jesuit I rhurth and used fur his text, "I have t

Shields who was ,killed February 6, entire revenue for school pur- ange General Hospital at Orlando has was designated u" the paper in Chonner was granted and allowed fought a ITIMH! fight, I have flnihed
about
by an ambushed party as he was !going poses is $26,000( and it takes lived in Leiwburg since August 1919 which the Bradford county tax "all'i $10 'per month for four months I my course." .After the nervier Mt the
home with his wife late at night. $4,000( a year for interest and a pay- and was the senior member of the dry should bo pubJit ,
take of The following resolution wan f.r.1
ment of to
The following is n copy of the letter $2,500 a year care goods firm of Halligan and Stump. lie The following! named paupers were Mr. lIuC''h..rC'a. funeral and conducted. the services at
intwt'nty ruby ":
from the klansmen received by Attorney the indebtedness so it may ba paid had been suffering for only a short stricken from aaiii, roll: :Martha Jct- I the grave. There were beautiful -
Therefore it takes \\ there Is not stimclent fund. many
Mott: years time with stomach and kidney trou- tin, Krvin Iligginliotham Agnes How I floral offerings tribute of love
of for the current" payroll and that it
cent
"Orlando, Fla., March 3. $6,500 or twenty-five per ourrevt'nup. ble and was taken to the hospital on ard and Janie Mclntosh. sal esteem from the friend of
for benefits. will take t.loOi) to make up the sumnredod. I many
"Mr. R. S. Matt. Assistant Attorney ,under to pay these past conditions will February 22, accompanied by his wife. Petition received from I.iwtey< citizens \ Therefore, be it resolved, the deceased. borne hy va. rawer I.lire. la-
Now
"DeLand, Fla. There appeared no' immediate danger I asking that: :Mrs. Georgia Milliard I Run Wskeman.. uaokr.-J..r. .
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Starke let the children suffer on account I that we d<> borrow the sum f f lwm
"Dear Sir: If you want to get at and the day before ho died word was h bp ,placed upon ,pauper roll. On which, amount is necessary to rumplete '' 'had charge of the funeral' are yte .
of short term of
what purports to be the facts in the a school or i received that he was getting along motion she was placed' upon sold: ( roll I I Siesta '
I 'the payroll and the rlMirnmn
Shields murder case, and you are wil- will the people of the town go down nicely only to be reported the next at $S ,per mouth for two month he- ,I Rev faint wa horn larovnty Hsadfar+I
and of this board. are dirrrt .
secretary
into their pockets and help the situation I
ling to abide by the following instructions day of his death which wan a shockto ginning/ with this into. + but has made. Pmrrw MB hem
along? : r.l l Ui execute papers{ as are -r'l( f
,we can place you in position to his many friends Communication rcreived from J. H. to obtain this money.In tar t.rif ,....... I) riIIc Iaia _... .hh ,
get same from one who should know. Can we neglect these precious jew- Mr. Halligan was born in Atchison Wentwnrth us to the bill for lights I t i I' he itervotl .a a m.mli.. of the ..nilhrlnrMa
els and allow them to unpolished making a rhaiHc in tkpmrttoriwand .
Be in the lobby of the San Juan hotelin go Kansas on May! B, 181)8. and was and wood used at courthouse. Upon rrdie.at tn liver Civil _r. H.
unpolished when we have it in our lie I leaving the. Hank of fttsrke' $i.155)of I
Orlando Sunday at 12:30 o'clock\ therefore only in his 29th year.
on : motion missiom-rs renewed the request IHM been a inMe in lot B *tttrKvrrli
to extend the school the full the interest and Making fund of.l
power I I
promptly. There will be one who is a was married to Miss Katherine Kuhlon that said Mil ho paid, as it inconsidered for HM peat tastyteespace..
eight months and have them trained .l( trii 3, it is ordered that th. s.i4 '
stranger to you who will direct you April 7, 1917, at Starke Florida, a reasonable charge. hund .X..1 for Mid) l..rta. ..... Mr M a ........ b* IMArr .
that they be better able to face hank place for H.
and.whose directions you must followIn may where he resided! until he moved to Hill of costs In ease tate of Floridavs ,I ...t ill may sr"-tee .t Mwmmmf ekes.art .
the world than have been? This amount
order that you may Ret these! facts. we Loesburg. While in Starke Mr. HallU Fred Dull refue' wQew.d of Skip I.._ --* Is
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i is worth doing even if we have to des i There rwios no fwrtr r ktawrwoc,
Have no hesitation in following him. gan was cashier for several years in ; !Mrs Jessie Chii."er of Kronker, I........ M -I'b TNeer tile.lie. .
.. .WotAUn.lsr
prive ourselves of a few of the luxu- I the! hoard aEJ.twaed meet Hio (
You must keep this confidential and the Bank of Starke later forming the placed upon widow'* pension roll, allowing Lamb s mnerd br We or1sNdeers.
I
must be alone. You will be at liberty ries and pleasures of life. partnership of Hallignn and Stump at her 910 per month or $1 ewrh in A prtf. I Mpe )I...... "-.. .. fill lfiaar t .

" to use this information that you will Just step into either of our banks Starke where they first engaged in for live children fur four month I ---"N-;: :; 11-1 jJ.I II J. Irm1-., ."( ......LI ...i Fl ain I
and leave contribution there, and K.\TII' U'iMr.
procure but not before same is placed your the dry goods business later openingthe I Petition re.-.. ypd l from rltlseiw, fStarke ka k1, .t' l'arNla: ... It..pt.. 4'Fwi.i.
in your hands. they will see that it is properly' credited branch here of which !Mr. Halli asking that Mr. It. I. IVan ; .; )I... Iwo Yiikb. dM.re
to the school fund. I .. Katie Rltrsi l I.+illw.of det.tpia.r
"(Signed/ ) Committee of investigation gan was manager Mr. Halligan wan be placed I upon pauper roll. Upon m"t. 1 1I I1.1o._ ..... lint. Milli Mete.
Take care of the child today and he I N. T Rrb. did MusishfpreoHMis neaik t.CI.ra4s .
an industrious business man which accounts
Ku Klux Klan. lion she was placed' upon said mil andmleretl .. eR PM4ah, sad -. piMMusis.deala.s
will take care of you and our, country for the splendid business the aJpr..... .......... 717 .. ttwaColored" I
, As a result of this lend Mott went paid $S per month.Thf I I JdaswMKIRTHIIIr
\ tomorrow. firm did. I I $p..leta. t7./.sts 1.. Sew'
to Orlando and was! taken to St. Cloud i following notary puMie! horvln --- -
-A PATRON I frees her ..........I II
of
stet
Mr. Halligan wan member of tho I
where he appeared before Mr"j. Shields a were, unproved-. A. Fnt h, !: r.ki1
-widow of the man killed. F. & A. !M., the Eastern Star, the Odd I and H. M. Tracy IjiwUy. lt.rlr..j I aw she was seared M ..*..>. awl ...... -
: : : her ........ .
COMING ENTERTAINMENTThe : ken .hI after
the
Fellows and Rvbekahs, holding
Upon being (questioned she made no.... of J. r. Cone' a* Kond treste Mw- .a-. Arlr.sd eeesrlMppl ...
statement but this statement was so chair as secretary of the Masons. filed with hoard and Hum ...",......1. The rs4v". wiH he heosjsjhshurtat h... ... ...... .1 Isar Idle salon ...
inconsistent with previous statementsmade entertainment under the direction Both lodges( turned out at the funeral I I There being nn further Iwsiee.e.. .I'! ', aeesossMMiowl I *.y her tnsri.rl.Mr. 411pt1IIlt41.p Tire.

t p1 by her that it was thought advisable of Mrs. Nelle II. Hughes for Mrs. being held by the F. & A. M., anal Ixiard 1 adjourned In meet the Mat I Arthvr H*... OSM* hs sits. It1hr1lertr.rtt. hllfho flit as

by Attorney Mott to secure a William Powell's committee for the buried with Masonic honors. :Monday in April, ll'!!. I I .' "Itt.MtW .. ... the h.eeai w* tM t steed. $..ep ....... ..- e. .. led
his death his. ... \ M *'s.5 am. ......... ...
He leaves to p
mourn
warrant which was done nad she. was benefit of the Woman's Club which G. W. AIJ'KRMAN. ... r I'.. ... is a leer .... et'ehtLk
been wife and little four year old daughter. -, ral4_..... d the. ....... 4 for dose ,
into was to have given Clerk and Aedt4.r.Nt)11AN'rl .
taken custody.Mrs. Thursday .1 I .. wee .. ... rasa yes ..e

;1 Shields claims that Pete Smitha evening Feb. 16, has been postponedto I __ ___ I,t'4. room ..... -hl. -1 /._. I
negro whom her husband had had ,. TueHday evening Mch. 21, and will The funeral! services were held in i C'IXU'F.fofI: ;'; i ;twee..sr..ri..aMl.fi, .. r/ti era stet.

several quarrels with had killed the )be held at the High; School auditoriumat this city on Monday afternoon February I KE'HY1r.KIiNtr1P* 'wive .. -. Wear .... .. its
27th at 4 o'clock in the Presbyterian w"n''nh'\\,1 .
and 8 o'clock. .
deceased and then attacked her I. .1+I1Mb1.p .... w11A oar (Misrd
to be (church. The funeral was well I T1r wrld.e/ far _1J.. M ..
that she fainted When she came to, The evening promises a great afternoon at the charBMngMr ho... 4' t' troll __.I. tf4 ear tine
one claims she found that she had success. Very young children ore being attended as all the stores were cloned :i *,. T. J. Griffin on "Northstreet W...... 1'-: w..ir.wrl r s.M.r tr111... ere

walked in her faint to the house of carefully trained in n beautiful to pay last tribute to their frllow the h..iitesses heiiHI )f... OPt,- ter 4Mo. hail Se a _U J I a .....

d a friend.It little "operatic wedding" and cotillion. I member. Interment was made In Lone fin. Mrs E. M Johns. Mm. O. I.llessley .by .- e/ ...... hrs.Pleas. ..
is contended by Smith who Is' being This will be the first half of the eve. Onk cemetery.! The pallbearers were' amt MrK. 11 I. M rAfter I(I.. a .rrM p-.afssd ... AI__ ns.swd itl.ar Atst.saJ.r

held in jail here, that it is ol| a ning.A. T. G. Futch T. n. Milam W. H. W'h-1 the Mmlm.Ian there was i... tn... ... of A ..... oar eer/bl Yna ..wee.. WM.1&
regular "Old Home ey G. T. Chapin, G. G. Ware, rise whet tied wMbw to Wee -
frameup.Mr. scream Day a delightful' mui-sl l preajraai asulnethe 1- Ire autl'i I I ......esM
had considerable life insurance Down Thar at Plunkett" rural farcein Gamble Mr. Trunm-ll and A. W. ; H* stay *
Shields a management Mrs. F.. K. Peerymsn .-r-.. -ISMr. aa..wMp
and this I is thought to be the one act will be given the last part Swnverly. L. C. Page in charge of rhsirmsn "f ma, ", There 1 i Wo fSlfBV -= ....t.W.d.aa p Illnlilsu, It.- t1sw41bar11.llii .

motive of the killing. I of the evening. About twenty-five funeral directing I were two choruses, "In "' 111" and i, ......... w ..... boil .... Mel .1 arose. oar. --. ..
rent have in this andit pyrsrei..rt ...... fee off ..eA.tr
Mr. and Mrs. Shields operated a grown-ups parts Tarmens, sung t b y the following la- hr Lrgl.llr Nor .Mutrsq riot

poultry farm near DeLand and the I promises to be a rare treat from IllPTIST CHURCH NOTES: 1 dies Mrs. A. 7. ".'lIi.*. MhM IHhhi5truth I lei ear e.ip..rw.. e.r .r Ott- ..... -sn _1.1 4tt.Mrrr. "

night of the killing started home from start to finish for as Hiram Greene, Mrs A. E Wall Mrs. A M i i Lila, mM 11. .: ... tow ii.1. .... ..

DeLand in an automobile. president"of Plunket says, "The hull The past two weeks have !been seas (Darby Miss Marguerite !Shrnrer. MnE. I I .......) w. Loa. .o tlA.b tats .. (.......
Shields told the authorities at that bunch of 'em shure orter go inter sons of refreshing to all who have I :. K. Perrywan Mrs. E. M. Juhiw.Mrs. pera.ee r.- Tpostlrrw t. r

time that several miles from town grand opery, theyselves." been able to attend the revival services ( F. II long and Mrs. I>. K. broad rose eI .... -.L r a .., t.ai t 114 As.i..... M.-ssrlp' ....
husband stopped the car conducted by the pastor. No man Knight, withMrs IWWitt C Jones wedevfaNy ..ayrsinMuL I aL j

,, an obstruction in the road and that BUSINESS CHANGE In the country could have received ... accompanist There were aloe two wqa -
when he alighted to remove it an unl- more generous and whole-hearted sup. beautiful solos sung by Mrs Aitkrao i At eo II.:..ash paallrr I .rpItIIM ,we ., .... Isl.11W Mwr.wn.

''i dentified person at the roadside fired Roscoe McLane has severed his. connection port from the members of the church and Miss tilde Strath. I we shall deal w..h -,... Irptsata ..I tees lessee Jti..rt

\. on him with a shotgun. Shields was with the Consumers Lumber I and the good people of Starke and The hostesses served an ire. eours OirssMaaetjr. .*.* Is KVMr. .

,.$ instantly killed by the load of buck- Co.. and will engage in business in vicinity The church and Sunday with the St. Pstrn-k's rahw..4 green 1,I -- -- -- -M jI a ....a f.tt1WA a.

shot which struck him in the head Jacksonville. Brooks Geoghegan of school room have been filled to overflowing and white rarrieil out In detail. I ft INr.asv nn I I I.... w N ........ aa

and Mrs. Shields appeared to be suf- Albany Ga., is the new manager of with eager worshippers. Theer.1 I ., 11rr1 L L ..... 4 Pb
'tl?' ferlng so greatly from shock that she! the concern. Ile comes well recom- has not been a night since the WITH THE :MRTIIOIlMT !<....pe. f"My-M..h" .n--We sal' ... .... ... fir aq. C

*" was placed in a hospital here for sev- mended as an able man and we wish began that men and women boys*and Mr.. a. ....--.. d ....... me4e.tilt .!,11! -r pppil L '

i oral days. him success. girls, have not come to a full decision Our cxrellent sofierinterMlent. ..r.j a.- Pw.dsp. erlarwaMrs. 't1t1111h' ., a .sera,, t flirts

I The negro was arrested after officers Starke can ill afford to lose such a for Christ. And there are more I Ferryman has a trowH of vs M swpermteml W H .... ... Men aP"mgktsw wtrii. & W-4s.. a p LS tI

.", said they had found in his home man as Roscoe McLane. He proved to follow! Splendid men are identifying n..... Hnm. of jrw took meat of ris.iart .... IrnrN. Jf1sa fM1.Y tiMa... fIkt ..

f; a double-barreled shotgun with one himself a live wire from the start, themselves with the ('hllrch.1 my word by rnming and l.rin..ir.,1 i are trip t. Hatattpls ...... R Ise Mp1Yse1 y i

barrel discharged. The shot in the and from almost nothing worked the and thin means much for the civic life I the. wife anti children, so that one M.s.ea ......... -U-1 earl ttrt111.;;....... .

shell in the other barrel were the same business up to quite respectable di of the community I Sunday school i to growinfeat hv tears I "........... ., 4k.1.m, vrlrshe' '',$ I r eiwsJ .. .

size as those which caused Shields' mensions. Besides its building! opera- Tonight (Thursday) is to be "Sol- but by bound Keep the : .."-! tts..1 .... week : : I.:
death, the sheriff's office stated. ions and well supplied lumber yard djer Night.. We are looking for a up. There are plenty if trre f ho* efceepers ;i ,...... ...... III .....-.. seals I II ... .: a Mpawos

its trade in hardware and paints Is good time. Share in It. I at home worryiwc over the''a, .hasta.m. et'/ hew MslotlsiJ 1 yMltsa. ears r...yl tMa. J "

I f': BAPTIST W. M. U. very large. Its sporting good, dep 'rt. Friday is "Family Night" and fath-] dinner when they ought U he ..... "I I 11_ 1 r... 4 ..-. ....' p lots aaiiap. .

ment is the largest in the state out ers and mothers with their (children forget dinner: and roam to ..*..*,laar I A. ...... .tI 4..se-stq wow m. ,.It--I1.: -- L 4tfltn "

I The circles of the Woman's Mis- side the big! cities and the concern are to be the guests' of the evening.Dr. .('hn-" and .h"....... Wives, put sa I sees ,......., 1 1I ', ,. .. E'..... '
sionary Union met Monday afternoon dues a big trade in grafonolas. All Bullen has planned a big day "pot of j-reens" Saturday slrtit and :I Mee IW lMr s.1t..... uuu. I Ii. e Iba,_-aT" C Tit-i4. .1'

with Mrs. Geo. Anderson and Mrs. this has been built up in less than on Sunday. The revival services will boy 'ti rtra loaf of brat srsl maw l! M.. Mtm-ree. d Aal.s..dt.. M..,( .... .-.-. ......

Hugh Brownlee. Much interest was three years through Mr. McLane's continue throughout the day. The ordinance 0" to "[un
manifested at each meeting and indeed pluck and his liberal use of printer's I i of Scriptural baptism will bo know you will enjoy it awl wo ....111 ..LLL & ....'

.the missionary spirit prevailed. ink. We predict for him a successful administered at the morning service. enjoy having youWe had 141 at I I )fro awl M. MMkw eat WA.a.ewwq,, Q .1' .

We'learned of those of Starke desiring business career in the metropolis.Mr. Those wishing/ to unite wih the churchare Sunday school lat Ii......,.. *Ys hell. a ...... '. wr.teat base MA coati j 'L 1s ....

,a : spiritual aid and those friends McLane's. family will we are requested to be present on Friday don't believe it'" Well. come Mat ....... ,....... W.dn4, e1 ....., ... et'r ........

will be visited and aided by membersof glad to announce, remain in' Starkefor evening. Sunday and we shall prove it t* *osj. T..... ... Mob! ....& ., L t. m I: f' r .. --. L It.11Mpj

the W. M. U., as well as by the the present. Come, good people and share in the I wouldn't be surprised If we .have ........ ekwh ...... 1..esrd.p .1 j': -
pastor.. I ; blessing God is Bestowing upon us. 181/ or l 141 preen!. sad Mr*. I. T 1LU Sel ttli... ;.+t1e 1MtI ..A.l7 ...

,7 Don't forget the' regular business! ST. MARK'S CHURCH Don't let the opportunity go' by with Rut there are too many ..... ..... ....... ., f7..t.. ,.,.,.. wee .......

meeting next Monday afternoon at out seizing the offer of salvation In themselves with the chiMrr' Ire.. Mr*. 5*. B. HoerlaSmith ...... I -_ siren .

330. The meeting will be held at the Service on Friday 7:30: p. m., Jesus Christ. Don't halt! Don't In? when Sunday school: \ TVs V...... *t ,..,.... ea.de rbets. : d 1b .. w. C tot ,iIM.

''g' church. All members urged tn be i u'st Sunday in Lent. procrastinate! Decide! pastor wants you to stay f<. ireaehInir. ... nit here ,......... flan. lr--' i.

: present. Service at 11'.a.'m..and 7:30 p. m. Services 11 a. m., and 7:30 p. m. W* shall have for oar suhjoet if hM rm': .!.. .f... flk.rllsv ....I tVm-T 11II" toil 4 _sstrit-.l loo.ttrw .

The Rt Rev. Edwin G.,Weed D D., Bible school 9:45: a. m. next Sunday morning: "A New Prophet. with fn.s.ka I .. !We A ---If ..

w DEATH OF MRS. PARMENTERMrs. will make his annual visit to this par- ." "I am not a prophet nor the son -- .' roast V.nttlfNMIMIt.- 1itasr f

R. U. Parmenter died at her ish on next Sunday. Many people, ANDREWS-S%IITII of a prophet. V 1. ****** pool eas .... a*) y yMrte /I .1t dill M

[ in the Wateroak section Mon- not members of our church, in various Mr. A. G. Andrews and Miss Estella If the Spirit is wining we shall rerUtnl *toH MoeJao M* Pars I i f. sad it -as PaOt1st111

Yt March 6th and the remains were places in the Diocese, look forward to Smith both of Hampton were unit preach on the subject! "W"'t.a\ a at. .,Vtrrwto.. beech! the t 9 .. :' f m ti me .. e1awe1MNiE

I at Dyal cemetery the following the Bishop's.visit and ,a cordial Invi- ed in marriage by County Judge R. A. Christian" at the evening hour. nova firms ia the ascot r/Msrti .. s

Ihome! [ Undertaker D. C. Jones having tation is extended to every one. Whenever Green in his office on Saturday, March Epwerth League/: at Jt5 Youag If. *..rease f hWBOOlf .* wN r11s4aM .

f | of the funeral. there are candidates the rite of people rally to :your League.M. with III* new ....... earf m hnUr .Mlle .

:, deceased. was born April 13, confirmation is administered. Confir- 4th.Mr.. Andrews has resided In Hampton L. SMITH makiaa ls ..ro__B......... Assethine scar!! ear R Iheirr. tee ..-.rlr rw ..

1?' 1884. Before her marriage she was mation is not Joining the church but for I.veral.ye.rs and Is a highly Pastor. ., tsjteeeet e. bas .... 1) a ': a Yw/sr ..... ,caeca '"

; ;Miss Ruth Albritton a 'daughter of Is the completion of the baptismal vow respected farmer of that section while large flork ., schirtens ..'....... Lwow ftt Msl.I '' y/ .Aral f1r AmMnetllsll .

)11' and Mrs. Math Albritton. The A course .of instruction Is given between his bride is the popular and accomplished H. R. Remington of Minot, North sad he dew ..... a Isnlrs.a I wr ... ...

[deceased was much beloved by all who baptism and confirmation. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L Dakota la a guest at the home ..f Mr. .ellis enra for hat.h*..v. ...

enjoyed her acquaintanceand much The study of the Life of Christ will M. Matthews. The many friends of i and Mrs. A. C. Fling. Mr. RemingtonIs '' ,....., eggdly ... tea meI.
'' with Stark and Is I.I Jades A. T Lee. d ........ : .. y.w .iMisr. .ei
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Y fed cattle fro** tile Florid F.nelajdustnr a and ttllt far trout habitation..I.CHI .h !
'" ) as any NIt tell jut how murh it win tske. ,I II. P. tf Florida Short ,'0., of lintI; \r, that 1 -tly shot .hi. "left tout off while Let's d<, ii. mil. Thur-Mlay morning.

in Paragraph I, tipped. the wales. f..r un a, ..-aw .f ,ir arurih of rram.' the wife plaeedKnT. -- I Tom Marker mill, was a visitor .

I25: pound per| h...od Mr flail ha- .. n hammock and art out for Ft ,I here Saturday. .
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charge .f UM cattle for the lag OHMny Lauderdale in a rano t.. obtain ..*..- }
Live I( Miss Edna: Baxter, one of the eCi-/
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News (>. and ha made some remarkable ta_. When Chief Tony Tommie and I I
J i l Rrooker, March 10.-Messrs. U. IX cient triu'hem of the LaCrosse school r rI JI
I showings in the past few _tha. This aawther liMian, along with a white
(| Coition and J. C. Cone spent a few days spent the week-end here at the home :.'
winter he shipped. for the company man. went t olhe scene, hey found I
I II last week fishing at Putnam Hall. of her parents.J. .
TolJ by Our Exchange | two hundred head of unfed cattle than|| the young Indian dead and his body 4
yt t I t | Chesley Kogg of Graham wa In J. Morgan\ and family attended. 1//
averaged 7S6 and he has
pounds, some guarded. by his hunting .hog. It
,-. -. ...-............. .._-..IIIClllllUGjo'llll.'lGl1ZGIt, '' fine stock to ship that will run'fromi I with some difficulty that they was town Saturday. :church at New: Hope Sunday. eP rY

..... we4 year 44 son of Mr and i I '>pre. formerly ,.f Chicago of more !': too to 1700 pounds. I I preached the body because of the dug ap- I 1: Mr. and Mrs. L. XV. Sowell of AU1 I M. Barefoot was a visitor to LaCrosse .
.... W tV Ms 'II thus, were here Sunday erroute tuI .
D.A.to City and Alachua Tuesday
wa.l than but momInC' -
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l acres land in the Davenport I ---- I i and then without ,
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l section of Polk county, is the be- The last word in their domestic further ado they dug a grave and burled ,
.. .hNd .u4.pl.g wl- mM...... | filming' of the development and ac- tragedy was written when Mrs.. W. I. J it. They returned a few miles to I Peek of Starke. was here attending 1 1I U. I>. Johns and son, of New River ,
to business affairs I'were
Friday .
' I cording to Mr. Pamsh. the doctor, etpects Bryant of Jacksonville, accompaniedby i to place where the widow seated besides in town last week

, fIIfItIIoeII .ls.lr.ad. ......... of huh m ,, to put in about :2OO acres of cane the three kiddies, buried the bodyof | the canoe awaited to learn the I Mrs Anna Mufrhee of Starke. spent Don't forget the normal which will

l r. ataeM dstr I. ---.r .IuMfag for wtthtn the next month or a little more. the father whom oho had killed [ news. Chief Tony Tommie briefly informed I', the week-end here with her mother begin here March 27th. Prof. A. B.

essrw--. .... tot -' of maekVcrv last week according. to a coroner's 1 her of her husband's death and ,'Mrs. S. J. Kelly. Shaw of Gainesville, will conduct it.

te4 s II ........ .-. i. 4L :9.nd.r The spring" jubilee uf the Tin Can jury, in justifiable homicide. Bryant i burial whereupon she arose and re- !|!II I. A. Brown and R. T. Osteen were Don't fail to attend 11. Y. P. U. on

.we t ....... 11I9 odor ftrhist. I Tourists of the World opened at'' proprietor of a local delicatessen shop I moved the brads from around her neck I 1 1I visitor to Alachua county Sunday alI Sunday evening at 7:30. Mrs 1. W.Pmholster .

j Gaitiesvillo Monday to continue two I I' was shot Friday night and died. the ,I and rings from her ringers and let her 1!I ternuun. leader.. De prompt. I
Jz ".,. Ng..e.s./ weeks following In J I hair down the Seminole i Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Pinholster spent Misses Hattie
I Patmk Barry I Iat with winter visitors who canfr day. the absence of his custom of I I Belle Shore and Virginia

tp4r..teW Mshs. M. A...... to Florida. in their automobiles from ,' relatives, the body lay in a mortuary displaying mourning Without further ,I Saturday afternoon in (>ainesville.I \ Cflson of Pine Hill were here

n. '.. .. :Meet li.varnd I I all parts .f the stale. The spring until Mrs. Bryant' charges of twelve ceremony the two Indians went I I Mana Andrews who spent the past Saturday afternoon.

r' e1 I'uk' II 'IW y. 'Him Ie tfae Off* meeting last year brought 4.00O motor j I years' cruelty and an alimantic threat Ion their way leaving the bereaved i week at New River with relatives re- Walter Colson of Jacksonville was

Rtasetraa 1.taAe. gp.raMol by tk. vimtort there and it is expected were upheld by the coroner's jury. I women to go to her home unassisted. I!I i turned home Sunday. a visitor here Saturday. .

,.,... Pfw. :tI. an espial if not greater number will I !Mrs. Nipper and children of Crows
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M. Shaw Sr., left Monday after
.I register before ()r. D. N. City are here visiting at the home of
'' -.. the present meeting i..fIIrkOd. isrtvwhton McQueen, or lunta Cords noonfor Tampa where he has
\\t/ I is FARMER BROWN her p.rrnb.fr.! and Mrs.\ A. J. Sow- I gone
+, 4fcmJv .*... tit. nut..l party .bed making preparations for the cultivation to visit his son, L. T. Shaw and while ,,'

i, ft lie \11'IIIf a yaamif manPrMa 1 but4 so to speak. of leatherwingedbats. l ell. therewill visit other relatives. i iI
at Isrhea.v1N. *. tw"tveUvaranr I went on the postal On his place he is having a I Messrs. It. .P. union M. .P. Matheny .':

'fr- .......... iaMa Hi* i_.- yesterday postal service being map in- i i building. erected fourteen feet square Why Sliver, you do not know any- i j P. A. Crosby II. P. Cainey, A. A. Il*- I Messrs. J. W. Pinholstcr Jr.. L. R. '
thin about C.ainey J. I). liuxter and I. W. Pinholster -
paintinlC'ou would
.t. XT for Ku KfcM edam ........... auguratrtl from both the eat. roast and twenty-eight feet high as a prop. get zen and J. K. demons spent Monday !
i ST. of Pine Hill
I gating home for bats. These little more pain on your clothes than you transacting business at the county spent Kri-
beo.t IWF the !.-, olTMreJ a prayer of Florida. and the west coast with [ i '
( would put on the house. ( "' afternoon in Starke.
1 rni'bar. 'i.p.ee.d oorat nrgro'srr- through northern and western connections { creatures live on mosquitoes and oth- seat. I II | '
Mr. an,1Irs! Frank Stokes
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t''{ abee And n ...- a* their approach. ,! via Haines City. ClewistonI |ler insect pests, for the destruction of Oh, yes, I d<>, n...,. In the city I used I J.\f.! Shaw Jr., spent Tuesday at'(j jI M. Jr. in Starke
I Shaw Monday
I I jIfermuMto I is now the distributing center for all | which they are very valuable. For to watch the I'ailltw..rk lots of I Gainesville with hid wife, who is at I I I afternoon. were

T1ee co-operative dairy ,I Everglades mail ten, pontnflSces around 1 this reason many bat barns have been time. Onre when we kids' were watching the Williams hospital.

the shores i built in Texas, but this building is the a man painting the sidvof. a house !Mr. Davis of Athens Ga.
hot pad I fI ltII1! >7t uO ...Mona of milk. of Lake Okeechubee. receiving I was n
IR roof %i4$, ...... of .barter. the selhnicit .1IR I their daily mail from that I, first of its kind to be, erected in Flor he flirted his brush full of paint at visitor here Mof.duy.Dr. NEW LUMBER INDUSTRY -

mews wtm-h. WM MtMNH), the point. ida. us and spattered us all over with red Bishop. of Alachua, was a visitor 4

, xrsw ,r.be d.ivy sr.iafn ......mem-I I I paint. We hud not bothered him u to our town !Monday afternoon. The Volusia Cypress Company is

fIIIot 'rem after eap.sews wen paid The first sugar factory to manufac- I Dr. G. I. Wheatley and Henry Heck- bit; just looking at him, but that !\Marguerite! Shriver who hat |I the name of a new lumber industry

nv .,....c..n uw4 .<.h.ppitiif. of more ture sugar in the Everglades. began |I myer mechanic, of Winter Garden. arc I made me mad, so we went around the spent the past week hero at the home ,, to be located about ten miles from

1h qt.w $1 ,000. operations at Moore Haven, last week. I I in jail at Orlando Dr. Wheatley being house and swiped the clothes line anal l lone of her parents returned, to Starko on ': New Smyrna on the Okeechobce rail
| charged with manslaughter and of ui slipped. "I'| and tied it to the
The Moore Haven Sugar Corporation, !Monday to resume her duties as one : way branch. The Incorporators of

t4/ Drscklrhurat. mat of the Bntuh a million dollar concern is now ac- Beckmyer with being an accessory ladder then went around, the corner I of the teachers in the U. 1 U. S. .this company are T. Jo:. Murrhee F.

.............. Tewia .Bp.th.r., out of Mo- tively engaged in the manufacture of before the fact as a result of the discovery and all gave a big pull. We did. not !Mrs. !Millie Gainey left Thursdayfor I,, I' Whitehuir E. W. Llln i Saturday of the body of infant to hear
an stay what the painter said l.I l.
Y t "[.. wa. head rmiponmble by a coro- sugar from sugar cane grown v>n its Plant City where she will visit expects to start operations soon.
baby with most of its flesh but
tn.rv' jury it K.v Went for the death farm near that city. The big mill ran off by buzzards. The picked I I suppose he said a plenty.Oh her son, K.: S. Guiney for u while. I !Mr. Murrhee, who has been hero since

".F''apestn ./ B. Chute, the vesHel'4 ,tilt its first hatch of tugar Saturdayand found near the Orlando and body Winter was I yes I can paint You ask pa !Mrs.! Alliu Shriver who left I Fch.21th J December is general manager of the
the product is now on display in to get the paint and I'll do you a good company. It Is stated that the company
rsaat.r. who was reported a suicide j Garden highway The child it is said to be ut the bedside", of her 8111h.r.Iill" ,
where the was found adrift severalnear places of business in that city.Albert I by the sheriff born in Orlando I job of painting. I'umt is not as high ( !\ Laura Lewis of Arcadia and has a lino body of cypress timber
I was an it used lie
now to anti suHlclont
at DeWitt
"3 I C. and the quantity in. to
IN sup. Mttasmra reef. who passed away Wednesday returned
< boarding house and the sheriff charges
,
Thompson the negro! hvldfor )I't Jones carries all kind and colors. I homo Sunday afternoon. keep, the mill in operation for ten

What upptMeii to be the largest the killing of Sam Erhols, a whiteI I sician Dr. and Wheatley Beckmyer as the attending the father phy-of oils varnishes and brushes. of all D. F. Connerly and daughter Oveiila years or moro.-New Smyrna (freeze.T. .

art aver Mien ,in Brevard county wan I I I school teacher in Santa Rosa county I the child. us : kinds. This in the time of the year 1 of Cooler Pond were visitors brie I.:. Murrhoe one of the Incorporators -

aught at :Melbourne Beach recently. I I Saturday was carried to PcnsacolaI to clean up; Starke is going to have a !Monday afternoon. of the new enterprise, Is a former .

ft WM i monster gawflah, over twelve I for safekeeping and later deliveredI il' The old time-fti-f1am":: game of clean-up week and everybody Is to I !Messrs. II. P. Gainey aged l A. A. lla- :Starko boy, a son of Mrs. Annie

'"Me 'uflir and weighed in the neighbor- I I to the commander of the naval air sta- "we have found a pocketbook containing clean up their yards and paint their zen, Win. Moody and son, Herman, of (I. Murrhee, of this city. His many
tion who volunteered to the | houses and fences, tear down all the friends hero wish him In his
&MM rf 1.OOrt pounds.. The saw, nary i keep negro I n fortune which we will split with LaCrosse, spent the week-end at Vero, success
| under the protection of machine old sheds, build l new fences and get undertaking.
that feet long wa taken off and you provided you put up so much St. Lucie county.
wit be preserved guns. This Is the first case on record all slicked up before the good roads
cash to show your credit is good,
where it was' deemed advisable to put pet: here. So whjn" the rush of newcomers -
cost Martha Hughes aged negroes of
I ja criminal under the protection of the get here they will see a real
The
opening sale of boxes for the. Jacksonville $1,100 her life time sav- --- -- -
trend stand of of j Federal government.I town paved streets buildings/ all nice-
reviewing platform .
:
j init*. The game was worked by two ,
ly painted., everything neat and climn.
'&. Seminal Sun Dance and Amerim well dressed negroes who accostedher
I I .. life And when they drive out this ly
> Legion program of events at Palm Warren negro escaped on the street. After the old ne- way
each March l., to 17 opened Satur- termer from the state prison farm at gress' had placed her all in the handsof they will say this farm house looks

Wy mornmtr with a> rush at Legion Raiford., was arrested at Palatka by the slick artists they disappeared good to me. Let's buy a farm o there -

eaifcuartera.l 93.50O being the re-1 t Sheriff Hagan, who said that with immediately. She told her story to where everything/ looks prosperous I
Warren's arrest he had recoveredmore and I'll be out in the field plowing -
the tint hour.
.wipes m the
I police with tears in her eyes, stating -
I than $1.000 worth of jewelry with our International tractor Jied
that the money had been hoardedto
stolen in series of burglaries recently and when they ask mo, Where did you
Ben Di Atkinson, cashier of the I a keep the wolf from the door In her
Beak of Fellamere badly multilated at Orlando. An officer from Orange declining days. buy that tractor? I'll say At DeWitt'

[ whale Cryinc to board a northbound county took charge of the prisoner C. Jones Hardware store, Starke, the 'r ME UNIVERSAL CAR
1 and returned with the place where can buy everything 1
teesi at Sebastian at midnight last jewelry The superintendent of public instruction you /
I Thursday died the fallowing day at a I and prisoner. Hon. W. N. Sheats has you want for the farm just us cheap
us in the big cities. New PricesF.
hospital in Saint Augustine. He at- r given notice of three teachers Hummer

........, to board the train from the Near Round Lake about twenty schools to be conducted this year un- What do you say ma? Will you do

|.hwe>l aide and his body was not dise.vered I miles southeast of Oonifay the Dekle der state auspices, two for white peo- it? O. B. DETROIT .

until several hours later. I Land Company and Alford Brothers ple and one for negroes; one in the Do what Sliver? EFFECTIVE JANUARY 16th

I Company are making what in a few university at Gainesville one in the Ask pa to buy the paint. '
St. Loci county's improved roads years ought to be the garden spot of Florida State for
i, I College Women in I'll see How much paint will it Chassis $285
-tfl ice rained within a short time unite I West Florida. Ninety acres have been Tallahassee and one in the Agricultural take?

** steps are taken to enforce the I I,cleared, stumped plowed disked and and Mechanical College for Negroes Oh. DeHVitt C. Jones will tell me. Runabout $319
|Iaw devised to protect them against harrowed and fenced and Is being set
Tallahassee. Each school will
I'll tell him how big the house is and
-outre by tractor disc plows and I'I with thousands of Satsuma oranges begin Wednesday June 14, will con- Touring Car $348

heavy speeding trucks and busses peaches, plums blueberries and
pears tinue eight weeks and close Wednesday -
roe Quinine'at Doc not.licit !" *
t'clBWJIIHB : Truck Chassis $430
ICoonty Engineer E. II. Collins de-
blackberriesThe August 9th. The superintendent of Ion tonlr And ln .ivo ."....t. I..X/V-/
Idare. in a communication to the I will for an examination for riVK bROMO QUININE <'r.l..el/l) cnn lx. luhcn
arrange
$580
by.nyne without I rnuxfnil Coupe
nrvntiiini i or rn tlni
board ef county commissioners. I value of livestock in Floridahas all grades of certificates to be held W the head. K.W.GKOVtSiiai-lturoou hoe W ?

;:;: I decreased $18,000,000 in the past by the state board of "examiners at Sedan $645 I
Florida has th most liberal pensionlaw two years according to the state marketing the close Jt each jichool beginning

[ of any Southern state for Confederate j' bureau. The number of horsesIs Thursday, August 10. SOUR STOMACH These are the lowest prices of Ford cars in

veterans. Our state pays 38,000 a slump of 1,000; mules hold the history of the Ford Motor Company.

(then 12 1O a year Alabama pays $94; num-ber IArtallllas I II ; Mrs. Edgar C. Frady who was shot INDIGESTION I

I $119; Georgia. $100; Louis- 'J 95,000 an increase of 5,000; oth- twice at the Flamingo hotel Miami, Orders are coming in fast, so place yours

[ Una. $:200; Mississippi $84.50; :MisIsoan. i''er cattle total 771,000 a decrease of last Sunday by her husband Edgar C. promptly to insure earlv delivery.J. .

$120; North Carolina grades 16,000; sheep 63,000; ; swine 725,000 Frady president of the Cole Motor

I from SM to $100; South Carolina. $62; a decrease of 15,000. The Value of Company, of Chicago died at 1 o'clock flieciford' Black-Drauibt IIi!,bh W. ANDREWS, JR.

Tennessee $H4; Texas $60 to $200.. hogs a head has decreased from $13 Thursday in the Rlverview hospital.Mrs. Recommended by a Tennessee Dealer, STARKE

-- two years ago to $7 In 1922. Frady made a dying statement
Grocer for Troubles Re- "
Joseph D. Myers. Miami! real estate -
to the effect that she and her husbandhad
[ dealer., arrested at Miami Wednesday With the arrest at Jacksonville ofa quarreled for twelve hours. Finally salting from Torpid

evening as Milton D. Joseph young white man, who gave his she was overcome and her husband Liver. .-

I who eight years ago embezzled $51.- name as Morrison Brown of Havana shot twice she falling on the bed. f

[OOO from the Continental National Cuba and the seizure of a large quan- Frady then rushed to the bathroom -

'Bank of Salt Lake City. Utah was tity of opium and morphine value at where he tried to shoot himself but Cast: Nashville, Tenn. The efflolendy g:. A. MARTIN SEED CO.

|held by the county judge before whom $40,000, according to estimates, government the revolver failed to fire, when he of Thedford'a Black-Drsucht the OLDEST AND LARGEST SEED HOUSE IN FLORIDA ..:
I he was given a preliminary hearing officials believe they have un-
slashed his throat with a safety ra genuine herb lITer medicine llTrochad JACKSONVILLE FLA. 1
without bail until March 10. pending covered what is undoubtedly the largest zor. At present Frady Is In the hospital for by Mr. W. N. Parsons.rooer I

the arrival of an officer of the bank dope smuggling operations ever occupying the next room to thatin of this city. 'It Is without MARTIN'S HY TEST SEEDS Are knnwn for qnalltyCora.

land a deputy sheriff from Utah. attempted in Florida. Brown is lodged which his wife died. When taken doubt the best liver medicine, and I 5.d _.... P_. Pcppttr.. Eu.pl.nt. Witornulon. CintaloutM., Fotato., Tomntoo.CiMtirolwr. .
in the county jail having been heldunder from the bathroom immediately after 4ant believe I could get along without eu-_. For.u. .nd. 1>'l..ld IU.b. Our ..l.lu.... and price' list will ilr. tth **-
A biff plantation Is in .r Information. w. carrr all ..rl..... of i.rj.n. fluid Bad term wnd. that. .ha.. boa
: sugar cane a $25,000 bond for alleged violation the shooting he was taken to the bed tt. I take It for sour stomach head Ltd and .powv.n to b* dapUil to Klorid lull/ and illmau, tad our inn of .p.tlianabla .
prospect for Polk county according of the Harrison antinarcoticact. side of his wife and pleaded with her ache.' bad lira, Indigestion and all ui .to haadla tha rlurlda ..oil bu.ln..s la ..n *.

'!.to Charles II. Parrish of Lakeland: that she would forgive. Mrs. Frady other troubles that are the result eta SPRING CATALOGUE
j'president of the Davenport drainage: torpid liver.
I replied: "Indeed I won't"A Martla's Spring Catalogs to now nadr. Wrlu for It. BMryoaa launatvd la Florida
'district. The purchase by Dr. II. E. The fact that the strawberry sales 1 have known and used It for years, Bering and Bumom. roiia ihould. avail tnnnMlva. of Information: ontalnoo' la our d.- i
MrlptUo ........_ Supplied FRKK on nquxt. t othoao who ..nd I. thcl aaaMO pnimpfc
have brought to Plant City growers bit of rustic drama has come to and can and do highly", recommend II r. WnU for It today. torn .Information aad prl.. on all ..swa.bfe.&s.
jt| *To Stop Cough Quick nearly a half million dollars so far I light at Fort Lauderdale with the to every one. I won't to to bed with- .
'Make, !fA YES" HEALING HONEY. a this season makes outsiders wonder Bat It la the house. It will do all U i Phone.4277"132O.

t cough medicine which stops the cough by how it is done. But the strawberry -( elalms to do. I can't say enough tat
Vf kealUnf the Inflamed and irritated tissues. I furnishes but one line of industryhere. I|I .... .E.A. MARTIN SEED CO. 202-206 E. BAY ST.
fHA t [ box of GKOVTTS OPENTRATEUALVE
;> : for Cheat Colds Head Colds and Soon our spring vegetable crop Seminole tribesman who lived with Many other men and women through .
Croup Is endosed with every bottle of will be moving in the usual way andit his wife twenty-two miles from there .put the country have found Black
./HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The salve will bring in more than a half mil Draught Just as Mr Parsons describe Big Reduction In Prices Joo-i make a mistake
7 should be rubbed on the chest and throat Habitual order fertill-
lion dollars. Then within a few more constipation Cured .rmloable In regulating the liver U your
J* ef Th children. suffering from a Cold or Croup. months another fruit crop will be on In 14 to 21 DaLAXJ'OS ,. Its normal functions. and In cleanslnf zer without getting our new price lists just Issued. Plentyof

'.Tf>the bushing theist eflw ennbiocd at Hirn'with lh HeeIID.bMllal Maori cflact- In.ot the move bringing In another half WITH PEPSIN" .Is a .,eciaby' the bowels of Impurities.Thedford'a Materials prompt shipment. Order now. Fertilizers, Insecticides ;
c tf jM*kla ooa map e.cnuth.f million dollars. Constipation It relieves promptly but Black-Draught liver modi Sprayers Poultry Supplies.
",-,***M.nf..h the raoMriV' combinedirastmatntde mn_ked h tn.aim and the should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 day> tine Is the original and only cennlna I:: O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO.

"r t ask your druggist for-HAYES Monday John P. Hall shipped to to induce regular action. It StJm..aaeand .Accept: no Imitations or sabsUtutes. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
RegnlntM. Very Pleasant to Tab** 60t
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G HONEY. Jacksonville twenty-five head of Here Her bottle. Always ask for T&etUord's. y.IwraCr Get Deeemhe."ht. 1921 reduced price >t. before buying. t

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eTARKE. FLORIDA ---- ---
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, --
PAGE TWO .- were C. Gordon and W. H. Andrews.
; ';- -- Those enjoying the evening of Jacksonville win
Tyson
;I HAVANA MECCA FOIL TOURISTS TO CAPTAIN WALE MARRY FORMER. NEW YORK GIRL THERESSA A. Youngblood and family, Mrs. E. J.Bullinger week-end Avery visitor at his home hero

I I HELD FOR DEPORTATION J. E. Owsley and family a
H. E,. Mrs. Jacksonville
Thereasa, March 10.-Mrs antifamily ) Brady Rosier of <* t
i > Gambling and Drinking Attract the! (The clothes were found burn I Moorer and children: Arthur and Ly- Mrs. M. Hall, T. B. Triest several days here with hill
,.,. and the flesh from hi... of Russian. Nobleman; Hun- Marguerite Owsley, upending I
y:I +": Rich to Ha Portals. from his body Widow nell, returned to their home here Mon Miss l mother.

F t 1'1' I fingers, but the fingers etlll grasp band Crucified by Uiilshevikl \ day after a week's visit with relatives Florence Hall, Nealie YounRblood, Horace Wilson, of Gainesville, w...

1 ; When tho eighteenth amendment b the wheel of the aircraft.-New York and friends> in Jacksonville. Jessie Owsley, Ouida Hall, Messrs.! visiting friends here Sunday.
tit. Calvin
}Nt I "';', came effective, It proved the begln- Times). New Orleans, :March 3.-An American Miss Kathleen Smith, of Worth, Ga., Norman Collins, Arthur Bennett Arthur, Rance Andrews of Lake Butler w",, 9

'f. sing of an exodus to Havana, cUha'1 princess, widow of one of the rich- ,arrived here Tuesday night to be the Triest, Blanton Owsley Hall, Jim relatives here Saturday. k}
which has turned that staid, At the portal of bright Valhalla czar'sregime : Morer, John Hall, "Clydo visiting
0 .. >est men of Russia during the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. T. Wal] Mrs. Alvarez and son, Levy, ware
'" old into onsls for I the They bade a stranger stand. and othersAt I
+ I ; Spanish City an I ( today is penniless and held Phillips to Starkp, Saturday. t ,
I ,"' thirsty, a playground for the rich, and "And where is your dented armor that lace.Mrs. was ready and the visitors
I." by officials at this port, hoping Lawrence, of Keystone Park,, 9.30: supper of the U. S. marinas
1, a fertile field for all the social out. And where Is your reeking brand'Was ? and I the ground. There Levy Alvarez,
'f will to her rescue Wednes spread on
II ipr friends come town cats were
.
I I was a visitor to our at Paris Island, S. C., was
'r costs who formerly infested the lari&- it some mighty battle, obtain for her admission into the plenty of fish and a general stationed
were
'jj last
several '
s 1 1t $ the United States. Where sloughed body, the, day. visiting his mother days
; er cities in ye your United States I I attending to picnic supper. a
pi '11 I Of course, there is another aide tv That ye stand at the close-tiled gat i I She Is Princess Tschernitschew, I E. J. Ballinger was Tuesday morn- week. t

:, ., .... Havana, the stately homos and splendid way formerly MissElizabeth Schlick. She 1 business in Hampton I MILLER A T. Mizell and daughter Berniac.

I''+ : hospitalities; its beautiful worn*' Of the lodge of the Fighting men?'" is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John ing. of Lake Butler, were visiting'here s 1''

Mi : ,f and gallant: men. But the avcrnlte Schlick, who lived for a number of Mrs. Jess Hagan, of Palatka, visited March 10.-Miss\ Carrie Monday.

I ':.1.. American tourist does not care to si e There came no word of answer years in New York. Her mother wasa Mrs. Jno. Phillips Wednesday.Miss Miller, the weekend with : Messrs. A D. Andrews and son,

; 11, that sl
usually finds It. 1 1Havana's In' But reining her rearing chargers, few years ago she left America' lyn, was visiting Miss Ida Hagan on Miss Christine I, Monday.

night life he finds. the fall, The fierce-eyed Valkyr spoke: Wednesday.R. Butler.C. .
," : to become the bride of Prince Ivan, a I of Branford, visited
'f) unreal Havana, built up, largely, by "Out of the whirling fury scion of the Romanoffs. Today, no I M. Hersey visited his brother, P. Odom, 1-
Sunday.B.
to '..r Americana who are waxing wealth Of the scarlet flames I come; longer a citizen, she is threatened with at Johnstown Sunday.C. relatives here load of

{H :from their fellow countrymen It was there that I found his spirit,, deportation. She has gone through M. Humphrey and family, of E. Brown shipped a car tAV?

Public gambling: houses like the Ci And I bring his spirit home! Brooklyn, have moved this week to the hogs to Jacksonville. Tuesday.Mr. .
i \I't horror after horror. Lake
of
J. M. Mott,
Mrs.
and
.
but Guflford. residence.C.
'b in Porter
00 Havana proper
} I Iy, Her husband was torn from her side to visited the latter's' parents,
be Roma was attending Butler,
r- all kinds of gambling dens may "Over the dying A. Youngblood

P .1 I : :found on the outskirts of the city. The The roaring fire cloud swept and from' crucified.her and. is Her believed son dead.was taken Her business in the Brooklyn section Wed Mr. and Mrs.\ Roland] Thomas, Sun- (

l I ** Casino is ten miles out from pavan To the post in its blazing pathway; nesday.
day.Wilbur
: ,' husband's estate worth millions, was business trip "
,
"' At the roulette tables a limit of $100' To the post that his spirit kept; H. E. Moorer was in Starke Monday Brown made a !

) -' 't la placed on each turn, while the sam I I charge you bid him welcome, confiscated and she herself escaped afternoon.A. to Lake City last week. Kil sl
and
'j months of suffering school
;j limit is placed on dice games. Not for his sword blade's steel, only after Sullivan was attending to business N. II. Stokes attended the '

,, '- Tourists, in charge of a guide, I invade But the charred and twisted handclasp adventure. Castle Grazeno, in Starke Saturday.C. board meeting at Lake Butler Mon- l Pain

the Casino frequently. Some of Dn the charred and twisted wheel." "Our home was in A, Youngblood and daughter,

I 4 1.. them hold up their hands in "horror ,at at Niev Novgorad," she says. "It was Nealie, were shopping in Hampton day.Desmond Dukes, of Dukes, was in I Instant Relief from Scalds,
,W:, all that Russian castles were in the Wounds eta.
] the wickedness of the place; others remain \t the portal of bright Valhalla Saturday. this section Sunday Burns, Cuts, ,
,
.1" :';:. to watch the games and then, The sentinel stands aside, days of the imperial regime. When G C. Lee, of Lakeside, passed J. L. Brown made a business tripto I Contain No AI"o/. A aid.SMAAYr
1'I ''y the castle in NOT
f the bolshevik! attacked DOES
t : drawn by the goddess of chance they; And cries his name to the chamber through here Saturday enroute to Lake Butler recently. tI..rofo.o

'''I' I ,, too, begin placing small bets. Some Whore the souls of the brave abide; 1919, my husband was crucified and on Hampton. I Murray Thomas was a business visItor IT SOOTHESPainful i''
; of the central entrance
i ,, times they win but more often theyfifio"t ; Their blades have flashed- from their the arch Cleveland<< Sullivan was among the i to Watertown Wednesday. injuries often result from ,

lose. Seldom ia it that a man who< scabbards, after that he was shot. visitors to Starke Wednesday. Henry Adams,' of Jacksonville, vis- accidents. Mustang Liniment kept

has made a "killing" stops until he They have bidden a welcome high "I did not see it, but my maid was Rowe Hersey of Johnstown, was ited friends in this community Sun- always at hand is cheapest and benf
of the oils, ft
?\ has turned around and lost it all The[ men who died in their courage an eyewitness. In the presence visiting his brother, R M. Hersey, insurance. Made of soothing purest an" *
i husband had beat me to quickly,
invaders day.Miss penetrates
again. fo the man who knew how to die. my Friday. Pearl Brown spent the week- the affected parts.
servant. healing
that I
a One of the landmarks of Havana i lIS -New York Tribune convince them worked and I was escaped.a But James Humpnrey was shopping in end with friends in Lake Butler. \ r Rev. A. S.SlngletoijQVS DenviUa
The ,
r&f'l the cafe conducted by JOKe Abeal] ;y ruse Harold, had disappeared. I Hampton Saturday. Mrs. Eugene Douglass was shopping '* Va.Mustang='Ihuv.usedyourMnxlc.a Liniment ford year

Otero, "Sloppy Joe," for here 'ever; THIRTEEN KILLED OUTRIGHT my son, him since. Johnnie Williamson was visiting in in Lake Butler Saturday. I and find It the very bat rmndy fact. almostailment in ca_oi BUT a
have never seen bruise-in
European of any account and ever; IN U. R. CROSSING ACCIDENT maid and I escaped in the dark- ,town Sunday. T. II. Rimes made a business trip cut. a burn.hut a can be cured by a linlmenL rub ft 1 1In
"My
:, I American whu.iier or not he Is of any; I 1--- ness and went to the home of friends. I S. R. Swindel and son, James, were I to Gainesville Tuesday. well..mtotheporeaandrepeatUMOperauaaat 1 think it quite important I
I Joe used to be< made short visit .
Thomas a interval.
account, always goes. visitors to Hampton Sunday. Dinzy frequent
todies of Person Are Hurled] Hundreds Hiding! there until after the invaders
tho railroad. Now he l lone I Is motored to Flo- Saturday. WITH 2Se TRIAL BOTTUE
a ]laborer on S. Holden and wife to Dukes fi
,: but hi i of Feet Along Track had gone, I made.my way, helped by FREE _.Mlldbnui ''P.b.nd.TUToaal.a '-
of Havana's richest men, rahome IIondll:! _
Sunday. fool
I 1Ilorlou.
friends. to Frankfort Germany. TOI' ,
other HoO.'d' DMu.'on8
unkempt, mot even of .New River RAIFORI ..,omp..e.oln fve Tr"Iaaxotti.< l
continues to go Charlie Phillips, '
I walked across ,
BiTUIJroIN.
Frankfort
Painesville Ohio, March 4.-Thii "From mill tail Bta i .
**
+ having his hair cut. No one can remember suffered spent Sunday here with his 'mother, /rM,woo 111
1 11 were killed outright, another the whole of Germany. I I $1000' .
,,''; + when Joe wore a collar. teen persons and hardships. I workedas : Mrs. Jno. Phillips. Raiford,.March\ 10.-Mr. Yelvingtonof 25c SOc f.N

School] teachers and horse traders) at 0:30 died this in morning a Pennsylvania and three hospital other privations a farm hand in the fields. I work I Joe Phillips and son, Jim, were visitors Hastings, was visiting friends here I Sold by Drug and General Store
; of last week.
and gamblers pugilist several days
Florahome Sunday.
to 1843'
Y) clergymen that ed at other hard physical labor-any- to'' "I Good Old Standby Sinn
seriously injured they can **
I and bankers, actresses and shop girls, are so 'I I G. M. Bennett was among the visitors Mrs. H. W. Raiford was a visitor
i the result of a collie thing; to get a bite to eat and shelter.
not as
recover, morning. I MEXICAN
and the painted Lake Butler Wednesday
social] register women to Hampton Saturday.Mr.
t ) ; I Central "A Belgian burgomeister to whom
New York ex.press
crowd to Ion between a those who attended the
all I of Among
ones from the cabarets, and Mrs. Chas. Durling
c train and crowded motor but, I! told my story provided me with food I
a afternoon
I Jack Crews-Mizelle wedding Sunday
kyt Joe's place. On the contrary to Antwerp Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Alvah Saxon USTANG
'
d I journeyed I
at 11laet and
Harbor
some money.
to Fairport ,
'ainesville
O'Lpary's place Is largely the ren. stowed I and Mrs. Dees motored to our town at Luke Butler were Misses Von-
4' and disgused as a boy
dezvous for the boxers, promoters and night. Sunday. I nie and Berta Cribbs, Sybil Ritch,

f American sporting men generally. Bodies of the passengers were hurled away on the steamer Gascanier, |, Tuesday afternoon a party of our I Mamie Cribbs, Beulah Mann, Messrs.

the for hundreds" of feet alon gthe rlgh bound for New York. Carlos Johns O. B.
dance Cribbs
I. At the Plaza, Cuban girls bunkers. folks had a fish fry on Crystal lake. Emery ,
in the
with the mush< of way, when the train, running; at 60miles "For five days I hid I I II

s latest American steps hour struck the bus at theSt. When I finally called out for help, II I ---
furnished by a jazz band from Cincinnati. an and .. .. . .. .... -
from lack of food ., ---.I
Three ofthe weak ..I'.c"'l, .
street crossing was so .
The girls cater to the Amer Clair carried to the 'r'.. '. ,.. .. ... .. .I I4'. ...;, 1; the victims, horribly mangled, wer drink that I had to be '
ican patrons of the place, but .f (
? 7 hint to romantic I I taken from the locomotive pilot whenthe deck. I i

..L ;y; guides sometimes train was brought to a stop mon! "In midocean I was transferred to
Americans' that it (Is not wine to carry
"- far for most of the than four hundred yards> from thi! the Texandier, bound back for BremenI !
flirtation too ,
a girls point where the crash occurred. told my story to the captain and he

i, $ olive-skinned Cuban dancing Just how the wreck occurred wil kindly permitted me to remain on the
have male friends who hover nearby Commercial
A .. one form of wickedness in nut bo determineduntil the result of boat, booking me as a stewardess.
} Perhaps the official investigation[ by Lakecounty "From Bremen I was carried backto
to American
Havana\ which appeal
,
and the railroad gets underway New Orleans where I left the ship. )
ribald
i ia the
tourists next to gambling
late today are made known. With husband, son and parents gone,

"movies" program which claims The bus which makes regular'trips I am hoping daily that friends will
,
I for the most part,,
t men as spectators attend. These between Fairport and Painesville hadjust : come forward to make it possible for Job

'R ; although many more women suggestive of the left its Paincsville terminus forthe me to stay." I Printing''I'
pictures
{ s. vilest are dens of Paris or the licentious s last trip of the night. At the St.Claire I

( rather than street crossing the view wasobscured ZIFF]
rule
Roman
t l ; days of early watchman
the Western Hemisphere, A. D. 1922. ) although the crossing I
1, shown declares that he made every effort Ziff, March 10.-Services were held
These particular pictures are
the doormen to stop the bus before it moved at Dedan Saturday and Sunday by the ,
but twice a week, owing,
l assert, to the huge graft which must onto; the six tracks of the New York pastor, Rev. C. Crosby, of Sturke.

for protection. Central at this point.At Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reynolds of
be paid to the police
this of the passengers Graham the week-end here with
'"v- The usual charge is 40 cents, although point one spent

,i' $1 is charged if some special] attrac- standing in the door of the bus, sawthe the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. ,

however heavy train a moment before thecollision B. Thomas. i 1 CARDS
tion is shown. These prices ,
of the place. shouted to the driver and Evan Hodge and Miss Ruby Green,
to regular patrons
I. are The admission scale varies and some- issengers and jumped tosafety, buthis of Pine Hill, attended church at Dedan POSTERS

r each is warning came too late to save his Sunday. ) ,
) times as high a* $5 and $10
Padgett of Graham, passed ENVELOPES
charged the American men and women fellow passengers. Henry I

seeking all the thrills of seeing a The train consisting of twenty-four through here Saturday. I

"wicked" picture. The sordidness ,' :press cars, hound from Cleveland to Miss Estelle Wasdin, of Waldo] spent BILL HEADS
'really
I Taro, -MQS brought to a standstill Friday night with her cousin Ethel

life however, .
of Havana's night .
j 1b NOTE HEADS
', i is not flaunted openly. If the tourist as i soon as it was possible to check itstymile Dyal. |
I momentum The noise ofhe Thomas was visiting friendsIn
a,' Y A seeks it, he can find it but it never Is Ellery WINDOW CARDS
with the cries of section Sunday
except to the ll tlat. crash, mingled the Watermill
openly apparent )
the dying, was heard for blocks, andwithin ternoon. af-I

i ed. I [ 15 minutes a crowd of more I J. S. Forsyth is numbered on SHIPPING TAGS

1 DEUCEDLY CLEVER] than a thousand had assembled, de- sick list this week. | ,
LETTER HEADS
& I spite the lateness of the hour. I Mrs. Gladys Strickland and little

Y' 4 A young Englishman was walking] / I Death in moat cases, however, was daughter, Eunice of Graham, spent t

ti and down the platform of a country almost instantaneous, but four'of, the first part of last week here, guestof 1
up .
railroad junction trying to ace a those seriously injured lived to reach! her brother, Truman Dyal. I .''oi.

k, that had a vacant seat. He didn't hospital.. Parts of human bodies,, Mr and Mrs. Luther Sowell, of .- "

+k I car find it, and, assuming an official air,, mingled with the wreckage of the Alachua] attended services at Dedan .. 1 1R

he walked up to the last car and announced bus, were picked up along the right oi Sunday. .1

in stentorian tones: "All out way for hundreds of feet. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Manning and ;

here this car isn't going." There sons, Roy and Elise, of Tampa, spent ,

; exclamations low and deep from BOOTLEGGERS BUY SEA WATERFOit last week here visiting friends and "

were the occupants of the car, but they all REAL WHISKEY relatives. I ;
of Louise BradfordCounty
--- Edgar and Gracey Sparks
piled out and made their way to cars .
ahead The smile on the young man's Newark, N. J., March 2.-Botleg-; I attended church at Dedan Sunday. I '

u face increased as he took possession gers: who operate on the whiskey curb :' Ethel] Dyal' spent part of last week .

g r of a seat and appropriated another at Malsey street and Brantford Place at Graham with her aunt Ruby Dyat.

were snickering today at two of their Messrs. Purvis Lewis and Menzil
for his luggage.
who let themselves be taken Groover Misses Atha and Opal Lewis '
t "Ah," he murmured, "it's a grand fellows .

t' --ii. thing to be born clever! Now I wishthey'd in by a couple of "city slickers" from spent Sunday the guests of Linnlo I .

.' start.',' New York to the extent of J15.QOO. Parker.

and by the station master putt The gentlemen from New York arrived Miss Avy Starling has as her guest ,
By
the door. "Are you the with tales of an aged and corrupt Misses Ethel] Dyal], Alma and Virgin
his head in 1
smart man who said this car Ilea captain who had twenty- ve Thomas, Gladys Newsom.S. i 1

wasn't young going?" barrels. of smuggled whiskey. The I L. Prescott was attending to business elegraphSTARKE.

1 accompanied tho! Graham Monday.
smiling. Newark bootleggers: in
"Yes," said the clever one, .
k tasted the liquor, I Rhoda and Alva Thomas Attended
"Well said the station master, witha men to the cache, Misses
o ,
'y isn't. The brakeman found it thoroughly unconstitutional] church and 'Sunday school at
a grin also, "it
he and paid over 115,000 for 12 barrels.As Dedan.Sunday.. FLORIDA
4 7,' heard what you said! and uncoupled -
it. He thought you were A direc they were carting it away one Ellery Thomas and sister Rhoda,

0'f tor.-Boston Globe. of the pair decided to take another were visitor. Brooker. Monday.A .

I simple. Ho bored every barrel without I

i anything more intoxicating good way to drive dull care away
Beauty of face ix but skin deep. That finding !;
+'J ; that it Is here.
to
M. than sea water. in forget
I of the soul endureth forever.
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FRIDAY. MARCH 10 t
1922.
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA .'AGE'ruUI'P:

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mlC'iOOloommt.U QlrelID.IIm!! !)! 7ID 4tIItC7Q6L ..jacOTQuczffiQUjanKaffiffiiDaiQiaQSBtjij.ulutHews : > < !''ford cattle from the Florida Farms ;:land I' jimt us far from any habitation, ho ran tell just how much it will take. ( 11. P.: Gainey motored to Waldo last l
ft ,
.. Industries Co., of Croon Cove, that arci'K-ntly shot his left foot off whilein et'a do it, ma. Thursday morning./
i of Florida in Short
Paragraphs : tipped the scales for nn average; of search of game. The wife placed I _.". ___ __ __ Tom Markov, of "ill, was n visitor ,

_....MtUattl"r*.
I a I charge of the cattle for the big com |I Lauderdale in a canoe to obtain assis Miss Edna: Baxter, one of the *9ciont >

Live State News pany and has made some remarkable tance. When Chief Tony Tommie and I March:; 10.-Messrs. O. 11. teachers of the LaCrosse school, {.

l.- showings in the past few months. This I another Irfdian, along with white
e _....... ---_-- ...J a Colson and J. C. Cone spent a few days spent the week-end here at the home ?,
] winter he shipped for the company man, went t o.th scene, they found of her parents.
last week fishing at Putnam (lull.
Told by Our Exchanges. t two hundred head of unfed cattle that the young Indian dead und his body "
I Chesley Fogg of Graham, was in J. J. Morgan and family attended i e
+ averaged 735 pounds, and he has some guarded by his hunting dog. It was '
town church at New a
Saturday
Hope Sunday
IJImm=mmmmmmmmmlDll1lr'mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmrmmn".AThe. .. fine stock to ship that will *from with some difficulty that ,
----- run they approached '
I Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Sowell, of Ala- P M. Barefoot visitor to La. '
was a
f two year old son of Mr. and I I Opre, formerly of Chicago, of more 1600 to 1700 pounds. the body because of the dog, chuu, Were here Sunday enroute to Crosse and Alachua

lira. T. W. Watts of DeSoto City, was I I than 6,000 acres of land in the Daven but finally succeeded and then without Dedan. Tuesday morning -

t fatally burned Sunday, the result of', port section of Polk county, Is the beginning The last word in their domestic further ado they dug a grave and buried Julian Peck of Starke was hero attending t
U. I). Johns anti of New
son
River
the child playing with matches. I of the development and according tragedy was written when Mrs W. I. it. They returned a. few miles to to business affairs Friday were in town last week. '

to Mr. Parrish, the doctor expects Bryant of Jacksonville, accompaniedby I a place where the widow, seated besides

f Fifteen' thousand pounds of fish in I to put in about 200 acres of cane the three kiddies, buried the bodyof the canoe, awaited to learn the Mrs. Anna MurVhee of Starke, spent Don't) forget the normal which will

l ,' a single day is nothing startling for within the next month or a little more. the father, whom she had killed I II ( news Chief Tony Tommie briefly informed the week-end here with her' mother, begin hl'relarch! 27th. Proto A. B.

Clearwater but that amount of mack- last week, according to a coroner's her of her husband's death and Mrs. S. J. Kelly. Shaw, of Gainesville, will conduct it.
I I L. A. Brown and R. T. Oateen were Don't fail to attend n. Y. 1'. U.
erel is a rather large catch. Sundaywas The spring jubilee of the Tin Can jury, in justifiable homicide. Bryant, burial, whereupon shu arose and removed on
I the beads from around her neck visitors to Alachua county Sunday af. Sunday evening at 7:30. Mrs I. W. ,
a good day for fishing. Tourists of the World opened at proprietor of a local delicatessen shop, \ ternoon.

Gainesville Monday to continue two was shot Friday night and died the and rings from her fingers and lot her Pinholstcr, leader. Bo prompt. t

r The Very Reverend Patrick Barrywas weeks with winter visitors who cans following day. In the absence of his hair down, the Seminole custom of Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Pinholnter spent Misses !Hattie Belle Shore nnd Virginia -

appointed: Bishop of St. Augus- to Florida in their automobiles from relatives, the body lay in a mortuary I displaying mourning. Without fur- Saturday afternoon in Gainesville. Colson, of Pine Hill, were her

tine to succeed the Most Reverend all parts of the state. The springmeetinA' until Mrs. Bryant's charges of twelve, ther ceremony the two Indians went Mnnn Andrews, who spent the past Saturday afternoon.

5 Archbishop Curley. This is the first last year 'brought 4,000 mo- years' cruelty and an alimantic threat I on their way, leaving the bereaved week at New River with relatives, returned Walter Colson, of Jacksonville. was ,

American bishop appointed by the tor visitors thore and it is expectedan were upheld by the coroner's jury. women to go to her home unassisted. I home Sunday n visitor here Saturday. I
II
Mrs. and children of Cross
new Pope, Pius XI. equal, if not greater number, will Nipper J. M. Shaw Sr., left Monday afternoon I
register before the Dr. D. N. McQueen of Punta 'Gordn City, are here visiting at the home of
.. present meeting is FARMER for Tampa, where he has gone '
,1"k BROWNWhy her parent, Mr. and Mrs A. J. Sow-
ended. is making for the culti- :
preparations
Shortly after the funeral party had to visit his son, L. T. Shaw, und while ,

left the grave of a young man bur vation, so to speak, of leather-wingec ell. there-will visit other relatives. I v
bats. On his place he is Messrs. It. F'. Haien, M. P. Mathi>ny ,,
ied at Jacksonville Friday twelve Clewiston went on the having a Messrs. W. Pinholnter Jr. I. :
postal ; R.
J. ,
, t map building erected fourteen feet Sliver, you di not know any- P. A. Crosby, II. P. Gniney, A. A. Ha- I,
. white robed figures bearing the insig- yesterday, postal service being inaugurated square thin about painting. You would Guincy, J. D. Baxter and I. W. Pin- '
and feet get zen and J. K.: Clemons spent Monday i
twenty-eight high \
nia of the Ku Klux Klan appeared, from both the east coast as a prop more paint on clothes than holster, Sr., of Pine Hill, spent Friday ,
agating home for bats. These little your you transacting business nt the county
knelt over the grave offered a prayer of Florida and the west coast with would put on the house. seat. afternoon in Starko.Mr. '
creatures live and oth-
and then departed Several negro caretakers through northern and western con- on mosquitoes \ anal Mrs'\ Frank Stokes and J.
er insect pests, for the destruction of! Oh, yes, I do, tae,. In the city I used J. M. Shaw, Jr., spout Tuesday at
fled in terror at their approach nections via Haines City. Clewistonis I M.\ Shnw, Jr., wore in Starke Monday
the which they are very valuable. For to watch the painters work lots ol Gainesville with his wife, who 11at
now distributing center for all afternoon
this reason many bat burns have been time. Once when we kids were watch- the Williams hospital.Mr. .
mail
Everglades ten
v The Hernando co-operative dairy postofliccs around
the shores of Lake Okeechobee built in Texas but this building i is the ing a man painting the siduof a house Davit, of Athens, Ga., was a
in 1931 gallons of milk receiving -
shipped 57,000 NEW LUMBER INDUSTRY
i he flirted his brush full of at ,
first of its kind to be erected in Flor paint visitor here Mond.iy.Dr. .
and 6,500 pounds of butter, the sellingprice their daily mail from that r
ida. I us and spattered us all over with red, -
Bishop of Alachua visitor
of which was $29,000, the mere point. was a
paint.Ve had not bothered him u Thu VoluHla Cypress Company is
association to( our town Monday afternoon. :
of the
bers dairy receivinga Dr. G. I. and Heck- bit just looking at him but that
Wheatley Henry
; ,
lumber
net sum, after expenses were paid The first sugar factory to manufacture Miss Marguerite Shriver, who hat I: the name of a new industry
in the myer mechanic, Winter Garden, are made me mad, so we went around the spout the past week here at the home I to be located about ten miles from
and of sugar Everglades began I
for operation shipping, more I)
in jail at Orlando Dr. Wheatley being house and swiped the dollies\ line and]
than operations at Moore Haven last week of her parents, returned to Starko on i New Smyrna on the Okeechobee railway
$22,000.V. I charged* with manslaughter and one of us slipped and tied it to tho
up
The Moore Haven Sugar Corporation !Monday to resume her duties as one 1 branch The incorporators of

a million dollar concern, Is now actively -I Beckmyer with being an accessory ladder, then went around the corner of the teachers in the D. II. S. : this company are T. E:. Murrhce, F,
V. Bracklehurst, mate of the British before the fact, as a result of the dis and all gave a big pull. We did not P. Whitehair, K. W. Lundis. The company -
engaged in the manufacture of !Mrs. Millie Gainey left Thursday
schooner Lewis Brothers, out of Mo- covery Saturday of the body of an Infant stay to hear what the painter said, expects to start operations Boon.
from sugar cane -on its for Plant where she will visit
sugar grown City,
bile, was held responsible by a coroner's baby with most of its flesh pick but I suppose he said a plenty.Oh .
Mr.\ Murrhee who has been hero sinceDecember
farm near that city. The big mill ran her son, E. S. Gainey, for n while ,
West for the death
jury at Key ed off buzzards. The
by body was
I can paint. You ask Is general of the
r off its first batch of sugar Saturdayand yes pa Mra. Allie Shriver, who left Fob.21th manager
of Captain J. B. Chute, the vessel'lImaRter found near the Orlando anti Winter
to get the paint and I'll do good It is stated that the
a
the product i 1M now on display in you to be at the bedside of her sillh'r,1 company. company -
who was reported a suicide, Garden highway. The child, it is said
job of painting faint is not high hits lino of timIIIT
as
a body -
places of business in that city. I' ]Miss Laura Lewis, of Arcadia/ and cypress
when she was found adrift several by the sheriff was born in an Orlando now as it lined to be and DeWitt C. who returned and the quantity Is sufficient to

days ago near Molasses reef. boarding house, and the sheriff charges Jones carries all kinds colors passed away Wednesday, In
I Albert Thompson, the negro held a"11d l home Sunday afternoon. keep the mill operation for ten
1p\ Dr. Wheatley as the attending physician pile varnishes and brushes
of nil New Breeze
years or moro.- Smyrna
be the for the killing of Sam Echols, a white D. F. Conncrly and daughter, Ovel-
What is supposed to largest and Beckmyer as the father of kinds. Thin is the time of the T. K. Murrhee of the
Brevard school teacher in Santa Rosa county year da, of Cooler Pond\ were visitors here one incorporators -
:, fish ever seen in : county was Saturday was carried to Pensacola the child. to clean up. Starke is going to have a Monday afternoon. of: the new enterprise, Is a former
.
caught at Melbourne Beach recently. and later delivered clean-up week and, everybody is to Starko boy, a son of Mrs. Annie
It monster sawfish twelve for safekeeping/ I The old time "flim-flam" of Messrs. II. 1'. Gainoy and A. A. Ila-
;,. was a over game
the naval air station clean up their yards and paint their <}, Murrhee, of this city. His many
feet and in the neighbor. to the commander of "we have found contain- Zl'nVm.. Moody and son, Herman, of
weighed pocketbook
long a
.at
who volunteered to keep the negro houses and fences, tear down all the LaCrosse the week-end Vero friends hero wish him success in hi*
c, hood of 1,000 pounds. The saw, near ing R fortune, which we will split with spent ,
old sheds build
under the protection of machine new fences, and get St. Lucie undertaking,
7 n.f ly four feet long, was taken off and first record you, provided you put up so much all slicked up before the good roads: county.
This is the on
: will be preserved.The /guns. case cash to show your credit Is good,"
1 ; where it was deemed advisable to puta get here. So when the rush of newcomers -
cost Martha of '
j Hughes, aged negress 1'I.'al'
criminal under the protection of the get here, they will see a -_. -. -- -
sale of boxes for the Jacksonville her life time =
$1,100
savings.
opening nlIHC
Federal town, paved I streets, buildings all nice-
t' grand stand of reviewing platform of government. The game was worked by two'
ly !painted, everything neat und rlc'iin.
the Seminole Sun Dance and American well dressed negroes, who accostedher
I And when they drive out this way,
Legion program of events at Palm Willie Warren, negro, escaped life on the street. After the old ne-
Satur- termer from the state prison farm at had her all in the handsof they will say this farm house looks
Beach March 15 to 17 opened I gress placed
good to m.'. Let'x buy u farm o there
arrested Palatka
at by
day morning with a rush at Legion Raiford, was the slick artists, they disappeared -'
the I Sheriff Hagan, who said that with'arren's immediately. She told her to where everything looks prosperous -
headquarters, $3,500 being re- story
he had recoveredmore and I'll be out in the field! plowing -
; ceipts in the first hour. \\ arrest the police with tears in her eyes, stat-
with International tractor
our ,
than worth of jewelry
$1,000 ing that the money had been hoarded f
nnd when they link me, Where did you
Ben D. Atkinson, cashier of the stolen in a series of burglaries recently to keep the wolf from the door in her
Orlando. An officer from Or- buy that tractor? I'll say, At DeWitt
[ Bank of Fellsmere badly multilated at declining days. .
C. Jones Hardware store Starke the
J while trying to board a northbound ange county took charge of the pris- UNIVERSAL CAR
place where you can buy everythingyou 1
and returned with the jewelryand
I ones
train at Sebastian at midnight last The superintendent of public in-
want for the farm just as cheapus
[,Thursday, died the following day at a prisoner. struction (Ion. W. N. Sheats, has in the big cities. New PricesF.

(hospital in Saint Augustine. He at- given notice of three teachers summer
the Near Round Lake about twenty What do you say, ma ?! Will you do
tempted to board the train from schools to be conducted this year under -

{closed side and his body was not discovered I miles southeast of Bonifay, the Dekle state auspices, two for white peo- it? O. B. DETROIT .

until several hours later. : Land Company and Alford( Brothers I ple and one for negroes; one in the Do what, Sliver? EFFECTIVE JANUARY 16th I''

i I' Company are making what, in a few university at Gainesville, one In the Ask pa to( buy tho paint. "

St. Lucie county's improved roads years, ought to be the garden spot of 'I Florida State College for Women, in I'll see low much paint will it Chassis $285

[will be ruined within a short time unless : West Florida. Ninety acres have been Tallahassee and one in the Agricultural take?

''I steps are taken to enforce the 'cleared, stumped, plowed, disked and and' Mechanical College for Ne- Oh, DVitt C. Jones will tell me. Runabout $319

flaws devised to protect them against harrowed and fenced and Is being set groes, Tallahassee. Each school will I'll tell him how big the house is and Car

r?, (damage by tractors, disc plows and with thousands of Satsuma oranges, begin Wednesday Juno 14, will con- Touring $348

[heavy speeding trucks and busses, peaches, pears, plums, blueberries and tinue eight weeks and close Wednesday Cite Quinine _&t bate (nut Ailed! 1>" r"..,-IBmM'w Truck Chassis $430

[County Engineer .E. II. Collins de- blackberriesThe August 9th. The superintendentwill rf ltd toner' mid l (Inne'ive! rfTrrt. t..(A. i,
communication to the TIVR bROMO QUININE (Tall,,el,) "81I".' (site,
clares in for examination for '
a arrange an $580
by anyone without' rmiNinii n.rveuem.earrvalna' Coupe
board of county commissioners. value of livestock in Florida I all grades of certificates, to be held lu the lived.: .b< : S iiiiaturo on b
has decreased $18,000,000 in the past by the state board of examiners at Sedan $645

Florida has the most liberal pension two years, according to the state mar- the close ft each school, beginning STOMACH
[Jaw of any Southern state for Con- keting bureau. The number of horsesIs Thursday, August 10. SOUR These are the lowest prices of Ford cars in

[federate veterans. Our state pays 38,000, a slump of 1,000; mules hold! the history of the Ford Motor Company.

) (them $240 a year, Alabama pays $94; their own at 42,000; milk cows number Mrs. Edgar C. Frady who was shot INDIGESTION Orders are coming in fast so place yours
,
[Arkansas, $119; Georgia, $100; Louis-I 95,000, an increase of 15,000; other twice at the Flamingo hotel, Miami,

I Iana, $200; Mississippi, $84.50; Missouri cattle total 774,000, a decrease of last Sunday by her husband, Edgar C. promptly to insure earlv delivery.J. .

$120; North Carolina grades '16,000; sheep, 65,000: ; swine, 725,000, Frady, president of the Cole Motor '

(from $60 to $100; South Carolina, $62; a decrease of 15000. The Value of Company, of Chicago, died at 1 o'clock t'IIedlord' Black-Draught HigUy, W. ANDREWS, JR.

t Tennessee, $181; Texas, $60 to $200. hogs a head has decreased from $13 Thursday in the RlverWcw( hospital.Mrs. Recommended by Tennessee- Dealer, STARKE
.
two years ago to $7 in 1922. Frady made a dying statementto Grocer for Troubles Reinltinj P

,r Joseph D. :Myers, Miami real estate the effect that she and her husband .

dealer arrested at Miami Wednesday With the arrest at Jacksonville ofa had quarreled for twelve hours. Finally from Torpid

evening as Milton D. Joseph, young white man, who gave his she was overcome and her husband l Liver. .-

who eight years ago embezzled $M- name as Morrison Brown, of Havana, shot twice, she falling on the bed. f

'*000) from the Continental National Cuba, and the seizure of a large: quantity Frady then rushed to the bathroom J JE.: A. MARTIN SEED CO.

Bank of Salt Lake City, Utah, was of opium and morphine, value at where he tried to shoot himself, but East: Ntihrllle, Tenn.- The effloUney

i .Mheld by the county judge before whom $40,000, according to estimates, gov- the revolver failed to fire, when he of Tnedford'i Black-Draught thKvnain OLDEST AND LARGEST SEED HOUSE IN FLORIDA ,..:

,. the was given a preliminary hearing, ernment officials believe they have uncovered slashed his throat with a safety ra ., herb, liver medicine: it JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 1

I "'\\Without bail until March 10, pendingthe what Is undoubtedly the larg- zor. At present Frady In in the hos- Touched for by Mr. W. N. Parson, I '

,., [ arrival of an officer of the bank est dope smuggling operations ever pital, occupying the next room to that trocar 41f this. city. "It U without MARTIN'S HY TEST SEEDS Are known for qnallty '

nd a deputy sheriff from Utah. attempted in Florida. Brown Is lodg- in which his wife died. When taken doubt UM beat liver medicine, and I Seed Con Bean*. Pee. Pepper EuBptant, Watermelon Cantaloupe) Pote...... Tomateea.Cueilmber. .
.yt t ed in the county jail, having been held from the bathroom immediately after loot believe I could tot alone without Cow_. 1'0..... and Field $..d.. Our e.I.I"._ and price llal' will live Imfther
'' Information. W* carry all varletlra of garden, field aod farm __. that have bee*
3 *. A big sugar cane plantation Is in under a $25,000( bond for alleged vio- the shooting he was taken to the bed tL I take it for sour stomach bob cwt:d aod praven to: adapted to florid aull and ellmate. sad our yearn of aipertene

prospect for Polk county, according lation of the Harrison antinarcoticact. side of his wife and pleaded with her acba: bad llr r, indigestion, and an enable ua to handle. Florida. ieed bmln-to advantane.

f.to{ Charles H. Parish, of Lakeland, that she would forgive. Mrs. Frady other trouble that are the result atm SPRING CATALOGUE

l',president of the Davenport drainage replied: "Indeed, I won't." torpid liver Martla'a Spring Catalogue la now r..lr.. Write for It. Evenrone lateraated lo riorMaSprlnv
,1 district. The purchase by Dr. H. E. The fact that the strawberry sales 1 bar known and tiled It for Jar. and summer erope ahould avail thenmelvea of Information aontalned In our oeerlptlve t
........... Supplied FUCK on ......-t. t othoee who and I. 'hel'a. promptIP.
have brought to Plant City growers A bit of rustic drama has come to and can and do highly recommend U Write' for It today. Fun .Information and prieea on all aeaeonabla--.

Jf: To Stop a Cough Quick nearly a half million dollars so far light at Fort Lauderdale with the .. every one. I won't go to bed wltlvat .
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.ijr It la the houso. It will do an U Phone.4277'1320.
,flake HAYES' HEALING HONEY'* a this season makes outsiders wonder news of an Indian's death in the Everglades -

.;;,';,{rough medicine which stopa the cough by how it is done. But the strawberry beyond the pale of medicals claims to do. I can't soy coup fat
E.A. MARTIN SEED CO. 202-206 E. BAY ST.
HiDealing the Inflamed and Irritated tissues. I
furnishes but one line of industry Stranahan Osceola: a young It"Many
< U; fbe.* of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE vegetable other men and women through
SALVE for Chest Colds Head Colds and here. Soon our spring crop Seminole tribesman, who lived with
will be moving In the usual way andit his wife miles from there pat the country hare found Black:
enclosed withytlifAYES' every twenty-two
HEALING HONEY. The salve will bring in more than a half mil Draught just M Sir Parsons deccrtbMrmlaabl Big Reduction In Prices You will make a mistake

fcould be rubbed on the chest and throat lion dollars. Then within a few more Habitual Constipation CuredIn In reeulatiog the liver 14U if you order your fertilizer

.Vf .dC children suffering from a Cold or Croup. another fruit will b on 14 to 31 Day | normal functions and In eleaulaf without getting our new price lists' just Issued. Plenty

tmmMnedwitteh..llogeffect' (In- months crop "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" Is a specially- &;. bowel of Impurities. of Materials, prompt shipment. Order now. Fertilizers, Insecticides ;
of in another half
the move, bringing prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habltua
.t'iTh.' ] O-P_ .... Barra through the pone ol million dollars. Constipation. It relieves promptly but Tbadford'a Ulack-Draagbt" llrer modi Sprayers, Poultry Supplies.

i-moa Moiwtt....are coouh.packed In one eutno Mid the vliould be taken regularly for 14 to 21 day tIDe la the original and only xenoln B. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO.

)" of&!>.combined tnaunant k t5c.F .. John P. Hall shipped to to induce regular action. It Stimulate and Accept no Imitation or aabUtat JACKSONVILLE FLORIDAGet
\I WIt ask your drugfilat for HAYES' Monday Regulates. ., Very pleasant to Takj. 8C ask for Tnadford'a .
: TiQ HONEY. Jacksonville twenty-five head of Here- per bottle. Always t. December-lit, 1921, reduced price jets before buying.C .
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; l FRIDAY MARCH 10, 1922.
_ : $ TARE: FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH eTARK16, FLORIDA ,

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'i' often reasons out subjects that haw LOOKNEWS! : IIIE.\LTII liCARD FIGHTS SMALLPOX STRAYED-One dark colored gnat'I '

] ? ;i : Bradford County Telegraph I puzzled him. The ready reader too 'RUPTURE EXPERT 1 I I Jersey cow, nine years old, unmarked

suitable reward for informationII ,
lazy mentally to care for other sal! Do you read the Tampa Morning;{ I ;

Published weekly and entered as meets than those which involve no Tribune? The two new comics \\'" It has been announced by the state I 1--n Wiggins Starke, Fin 8-10-l->'

second class matter, at the past hrain work, blunts his deductive faculties have just added, Bringing Up Father j II board of health that they will launch ; FOR 'SALE-Missionary strawbcn, .

office at Starke, Florida.r and is satisfied f to have others and Buster Drown are well known favorites I L HERESeeley an educational program for vaccination from Townsend

l I i 1,1, 0:::::= -t. __ .. .____._ work out problems for him. and thousands are laughing nt I against smallpox. A motipn picture I I' Starke.plants, runners :.I3.4tOI

I E. S. MATTHEWS: Editor and Owner Illiteracy:. is mainly confined to4t.li", them each Sunday. film dealing with this subject has ;
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sparsely settled district, where scnool Look for the new special mag'azineI([ I Just been secured and as soon as a $200 buys 80 acres land, the east hula
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.: The Tampa Citizen i Is now published facilities have not been good. Dut the section. There's reading matter for i Famous In This Spec program and itinerary can be workedout I of northeast quarter of Sec. 8, TI|

Sundays. It i Is a law, well print farmer from boyhood and all through the entire week in It. ialty Called To Jacksonville will be sent to all of the largercenters I 7 S., R. 23 E. A. T. Williams, Ji\

ft "[, ed, newsy paper and it has also a colored life is very observant, and having to Look for tho special articles on of the state. A lecturer will I owner Jacksonville Fla. 2-17-lt"
1 rely himself must reason fits golfing. They're beginning make talks in connection with the display -
II : a supplement. We congratulate upon way soon. '
I' II. Seeley of Chicago and
the mamiKiiment of the Citizen on its! through difficulties. HP discovered uses Watch when the baseball season of the picture. Ii WANTED-One hundred live wild,

,;j., achievement for many herbs that later found opens, for the full box score of all Philadelphia, the noted truss expert The very virulent and l deadly type I sound foxes. Will pay $6 for f..-

:/'' their way to the pharmacopedia, and big lenguo games. We're going to carry will personally be at the I of smallpox! that has recently pre- males and $1 for .males. Ship alJ

I '10 A subscriber of the Star in Michigan veterinary science has also learned It in both the. daily and Sunday editions Mason Hotel:! and will remain in vailed in some sections of the country I soon as caught. Check sent prompt
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re' ,." says that he subscribed( for the much frogs him. The engineer who Jacksonville Thursday and Fri- is arousing a renewed interest in vaccination ly. Reference, all Danville banks

:* I'' '.:. paper to get an idea of the business lays out a line for a railroad or high : 100 Florid correspondents will keep day only :March 16. 17. the only known method of W. T. Hughes, Danville, Va. 2-21t

I '1. interests represented l in Ocala, and after way, often profit by discussing with you posted on the news of the state preventing the disease 'I '

I : reading it for three months wantsto "ignorant" Countrymen the size and while our day and night service- of the Mr. Seeley says : "The Sper- I FOR SALE-I have about 1,000 rtb :'

know whether the city has a hardware location of drains and bridges< the Associated Press assure you of the matic Shield will not only retain i II VALUABLE FARM SOLI bon seed cane at $1 per hundred: f,

t l I store, a music store, bakery qurtlity of earth encountered etc. The out of state news Daily and Sunday any case of rupture perfectly but I will average about five feet. Applyat I

real estate ,dealer hotel etc. What young men sent out by the agricultural rates are: $8 by the year, $1 for six contracts the opening in 10 days I R. U. Pnrmenter, of the Wateroakstvtion farm on Wateroak. Better plant ,,1;

\ conclusion could he gain from the advertising I department in Washington to study months $2 for three months. Daily on the average case. Being a sold his farm Wednesday to a little cane; syrup will probably r :
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J columns? It's up to theo problems of forestry and other matters vast advancement all for :1. II. Carter of Jacksonville. This D
only rates are: $6 for one year$3 for over i bring you money next year. N.
business houses of Ocala to answer- j would save themselves from six months. A big new map of Florida mer methods-exemplifying instantaneous I is considered one of the beat small \ Wainwright, Starke Fla. It* f")

:" Ocala Star.:. I many absurd statements if ,they took I in colors, is given free with every effects immediately i: farms in the county. Mr. Carter formerly -- .
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the farmers, and woodsmen into their I yearly subscription. 3-10-tf appreciable and withstandingany 1 lived in the Wuteroak section I -C' ;oI
1 The citizens of Luke in county, confidence The "educated"( city man strain or position, no matter and has decided that he wishes to take fta '
their endeavors to make their section who buys a farm, feels his I ignoranceat I the '
CHRISTIAN CHURCH NOTES size or location. Large or up Bradford county farming again.He I H
a Utopia, have among, other numerous every move, and will l soon learn to difficult cases or incissional will move to his new home in the I ,

innovations, created the office of respect( his neighbors, though they ,c (, .
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The services next ruptures (following operations) near future. lIe and his family will -- I
: "traffic expert. They have selecteda may be illiterate, for possessing Sunday morningand I 1 I 'f
Sunday night at the courthousewill specially solicited. This!' instrument be welcomed by many friends who
good man 'for the purpose and his knowledge that he had dreamed
I .' never received the only award in knew them when they resided here. .
be
in charge of Evangelist |!
\ duties will be to audit freight bills, to C. L. I
r// of, but which is very important. England and in !
Spain producingresults
advise about how to Into Organ and wife of DesMoines Ia. ,
ship -
Products Every person should know how to
and out of the county the cost of rend, write and cipher, yet some will Evangelist Organ was to have begun without surgery, injections And now they claim that prohibition 25 cent
a revival here next Sunday but medical treatments or prescriptions -;: is keeping prices up. It is-of
etc This means! that ,
transportation, always have do
to without this knowl Mr.\ has documents '
the traffic expert will be kept ns busy edge. No one should be despised for owing to the interior of the church being from Seeley booze.

as the circus man who tries to ride not possessing it, for illiteracy( does damaged by fire the plan for the the United States
Government Washington D. C. Some hick is predicting gasoline at
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meeting has been frustrated.
i I four horses at one time; but if he can not in broad
a mean ignor-
1 lit ..' hold out he will save to the people of ance. sense I However when the church learns for inspection. He will be gladto two cent sa gallon. But he's safe- Want Adwill j

: > the county many times the amount of s that Bro. Organ's "rope holders" hav I demonstrate without chargeor the fooleries are about all full.
fit them if desired.
his salary. already pledged $100 to the Starke Business
j CONFIDENCE: REWARDED. j meeting the church may reconsiderits demands prevent stopping at When two women begin to argue it

; action in calling the meeting off any other place in this section.P. soon ceases to be an argument. Nei- sell a '
A noted English medical journal is ,
Dr. J. J. Bullen pastor of the First
ther hears what the other has to
pointing out the risk of handshaking, Baptist church of Starker is a zealous on account of the fire and go aheadin S.-.Every statement in this one I ,

I tho danger being the transmission of shepherd lie wished to infuse! more case a place to hold the meetingcan notice has been verified before say.
be found.Be .
germs Perhapsthe from u journal-e person will to cause another.the life into his own church and more interest this as it may we should all appreciate the Federal and State Courts.F. .- Generally it is the mother who is $$200 Horse
in religion The
generally. usual :
bally practice to be abandoned in England procedure is to the liberal way in which the II. Seeley. responsible for the brightness of a
engage extraneous child although she permits the fatherto
holders
have ;
I rope pledged to enable
7, don't you know, but as long as help to hit sledge hammer blows, and "The Holder Home Office 117 No. Dearborn do the strutting.Don't ;
Rope Evangelist"
to holda
': this country remains a republic it will thus frighten sinners Into St.
I'' e a tempo ,. Chicago. I l
i flourish here. The jolly American can meeting here or a
fear of the but Dr.
rary Lord Bullen
'. On date of March I pride yousclf! on the numberof )I
6th Bro. POLITICAL
didate for office will unhesitatingly had studied his people enough to know Organ I' ="/ :' friends. Even the devil is not S
wrote your
: "Already the holders have
l shake hands with a voter who has just that rdigous dynamiting was undesir rope Announcement untlvr thla heading not .x. without them.
I pledged $100 towards a meeting at ceedina one Inch In length, about
taken the smallpox been bitten by a 72 words)
able. He recognized their Intelligence I' will b. publiiihed from data until the primary
mad dog, or that is working on a hog their sense of right and innate venera- your place. We assure you that we election, in June for 95* payable at tim ofHntt $$1000 Car

f about to die with the cholera. While tion for religion and he started a series 'will not be a burden to you financial- iMortion. When you shoot a compliment .atI I :

f he will thus get a few millions of assorted of services conducted in a gentle ly if you can use us." STATE'S ATTORNEY anyone use both barrels. A loud noisesinks u

into his system he will This Is a matter for the church to To the Democratic Voton of Eighth Judicial I in. I
,II germs and convincing manner, diffusing Circuit: c ft
;4 a share his own political microbes with around him of love decide Sunday. Therefore, every member I hereby announce my candidacy for the of or a
an atmosphere ; flee of Stato'a It's about time for the jf
t should attend. Come.W. Attorney of the Eighth Judicial men to getj t
'j.v those he shakes hands with and these forgiveness and hope Circuit Comprising Levy Alachua, Putnam u
that appealedto
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j together and formulate
a microbes are the most virile and Incurable E. DAUGHERTY, Flairlvr Bradford. Union and Baker countien.juibject new styles in
ill, I. f. all. lie won his hearers' hearts at i Minister. to the primary election of June e. dress. Knee breeches and bare legs
of them all.CAPITAL 1922. If elected. I promise an airtrnwaivc, ennrrtio
once and each -
succeeding
1 congregationwas
(! I' and economical administration of the would make a fair season's start toward .
larger/ than the preceding one. lie aflalm, oC tho office. Will appreciate the nup- exhibiting masculine charms.It .
$$10,000
i,: REMOVAL: I promised In the outset that there THE CHILI AND TUB DOLLAR port of all Democrat J. C. ADK1N3. II : I

would be "no sensationalism'', no I To the Citizen of the Eighth Judicial Circuit : 7
with 1 Child-(Holding Dollar-For what I hereby announce to the cltigena of the in quite true that hard roads will
be offended
to
r : Palatku pretends '
and
sfr- ; j I slamming no ;slang and thus his county, of Alnchua. linker Bradford. Flakier. be the making of this but
,r. Tampa for accusing her of wantingto / intelligent: audiences were not offended are you; making all this fuss? levy Putnam and Union, composing tho country we
Dollar I Eighth Judicial Circuit that I am a candl- will first have to make the roads.
am about
l'' become the state capital. With a by language that should never be so uneasy my I jdnte to aucceed myself aa State Attorney mibijict .
(' wink magnanimous she declares she heard from the future. to th. action of the Democratic Primary Farm
and
pulpit
no (1t1e Child-What has been 1 I Election; to ba held on June 6, 1922. If elected Prominent road engineers are advocating -
only wants the capital removed to amore was trembling in the expectation of a your past ( I i prom'ae' the name energetic arid economical wide automobile highways. i iI
: central location. The bickering "slam." record? udtninitftrntion that I have endeavored to t
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,:J I give alnr my appointment| to nil the un.x.pl..d That would allow more room for sidr-
Dollar I have
between the towns who want the capital I been so misused by term of Hon. A. V. Long I
::; Dr. Itulli'ii had' confidence in hU stepping.
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1. will cause it to remain in Tallahassee the unintelligent. A. S. CREWS I I _._ __ ____ .
people and they, in turn, appreciated
I Child-What use did they make of
, a r' j this confidence and rewarded him by and my future made safe.
The location of the state capital is! I you ?
this dollar
faithful attendance at the meetings Child-Mr. Cashier place -
.. 'p central enough.; The postage on let- and gratefulness to the preacher forgiving D"lIar-l\fany\ times gambled for, ; to the credit of Mr. L. A. Davis. !

1 i r ten would be no cheaper, and the service I', them a closer view of Christ's and used. to purchase! unimportantthings. Father will be here in a jiffy to place rENT-A-WORD I What is more economical -
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'r .', no quicker, were it located in : love and for so clearly explaining religious some more by its Ride. } and -
I I Child Have
had profit-
South or Central Florida. The clients you ever any.good I t
I I subjects. The effect of these
,, experiences?
of the! who must to Talla-
lawyers go;
meetings will be lasting; many mem-i 1 I The surest way to retain an ardent able than
Hit- hasHe in their behalf, would find the I Dollar-Yes, once I was dropped in- I : a want r
| bers have been added to his own and to. the admirer is not to marry him. WANTED TO RENT-Typewriter fora
less if the ) had I contribution box at the church. I
fees legalgentleman
instead no to go to Orlando or Ocaln. j i j other churches and many to whom religion -I I Child-Then you desire at all times I few months Mrs Edith Summers, ad in this paper?
appeared like a threatening The safest to take a mad bull Fla.
I be used! for way Lulu ate
The South Florida politicians would),) |Ito I good purposes? .
I cloud will hereafter look at is as Dollar T do. when by the horns is to kill him first. -- -.---- I What have
l+"' save some railway fare to be sure, but (|I Jesus here, you
something as sweet as the sunshine EGGS FOR SALE-Crown Leghorn
off those of West Florida would have to I recognized me and rebuked people
fj; pay all he more. I after the storm I!I I for misusing me. Generally speaking;, lawsuits are for hatching $1.00 for 15. At the to sell? ,
the most expensive kind of suits to Joe Canova farm Route A ;
k Child-How do Starke
desire be
}; Judging from the case of Tallahassee you to S:
,0 Some people claim there are no> 100) [I spent now? ( have. Fla. F. J. I'attee Prop'r. 3-10-41 :
that town, in spite of curly settlement IIlli11111lilWliIWWWIJlCJmmflmlD'lJ lIDmjnmmjf
( c I "" ,' situated in the richest agricultural per cent fools in the wdrld but wedon't I Dollar-For everybody that gets
believe it. We know of who -
section of FloJ'itia. and, which one I I hold of me or my brothers to go immediately -
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"1 a placed an honest valuation on his to the Bradford
has never yet felt! growing pains! I County
s property in his tax return.If I II I I
Bunk or the Bank of Starke and deposit
1 s. possession of the state capitol seems -
'.t '}: to be rather a retardation than a I I|I us to the credit of L. A Davis

,' stimulat'ant to growth. There is no you want to make a success of Jr., to be used to give the children of

,: reason why the town that got the capital your own business don't worry over this community eight; months of school

i' '! should it be removed from its i I that of the other fellow. that they may be properly trained NOTICE
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present location should profit by it FOOT FITTCR

much. But it would not hurt Tallahassee
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't ? : would then have to give up their hidebound

yK r, a' notions of exclusiveness, go to I will have an assortment

work and accomplish something ina
of American Wire Fencing

Jt ILLITERACY vs IGNORANCE: : few days and can save you ,

tr on Wire.I .
.r money
A. Boston professor !has been irritated ,
will also have shipment
by those who superciliously call : a

illiterate people "ignorant." lie cites. # of South Georgia Buggies in

V as an example", that tha illiterate : t ten days or two weeks and \

mountaineers of Tennessee and Ken

I tucky made the brat soldiers. in the 'y.ri .-' can: fill your orders.I t

i .. .. World War, because they knew hQw to : ./ am still selling Diamond _* -r .,. f

.. shoot and how to bushwhack Self Rising Flour and Nellie
This is true, for being unable to l

a read 'and write, is no reason why a King Flour Cheap and guarantee HIRE is the genuine Edmonds "FOOT FITTER" NO. I--it'l \

t e person should be Ignorant on subjects \. every bag. has an arch support built right in the shoe-(or the support of

',..: Comparatively that he has had few a things chance can to bp learql learned n tt .N ?y r,err c: "broken; down" insteps and flat' feet. It Fits Snugly In The. Instep

from book, And many of them were t 1 I. --- and Heel and is Easy across the toe and ball. It holds the

discovered by soA-alled ignorant men. foot in Absolutely Correct Position, No more heavy cumbersome -
I4. It is question whether the world!'
; +., mane' U ST44ty. + arch supports made Separate and placed in the shoe. Absolute -
could have progressed so far if all !
W. H. Andrews Jr.
been able to read. Comfort and Ease. JLET YOUR
had FEET
: I MIL AND="/ MRS. C. L. ="/ I largest cities, in America, still, by the BREATHE
1 tr' When ready reader ban nothing( e 1 I IN GENUINE
EDMONDS
aid of his "Rope Holders" he Is enabled "FOOT-FITTERS-I, They
w- .": else to do, he reads. Much! n I'miens "The Hope Holder General Merchandise require -
) to hold meetings for weak churches no breaking in and feel like
at old
once shoes.
reading is apt to interfere with con who have been campaigning;
and in cities where there is no '
r ;; I irtf?' centration of mind and to injure the thin winter 'and who will RAIFORD, FLA.
church modeled after the New Testa Price
i $7.50
vi t memory. The illiterate norm H thrown Pastor Daugherty next .
.. ment church. All are cordially invit- '1
( .. his when he has Sunday night in tha courthouse.
i w, ; upon own ,resources i ed to attend both services.
to."kill time." Ills memory Is good Evangelist Organ Is a .. .I J.M.ALVAREZ STARKE
i his powe of concentration is good and national reputation and whlh ; I W. E. DAUGHERTY, ,

? \, by bringing this and that to mind, he held successful revival in some Minister
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BRADFORD:_ COUNTY _TELEGRAPH.. := STARKE. FLORIDA .____ __ '," __ __,_. PAGE TIK 4I '
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--.q REGISTRATION I NOTICE: : I PREDICT. IIOUSB WILL PASS Till executive wia prepared to veto the 1

A GOOD BOWS BILL measure. ,\

I Local Notices is hereby given that the reg- Representative Ilawloy, of Oregon,

Bits of H a7J 11 I i.1 r..ti..n books of Bradford county TONIC FOR Fight Against Compromise, I'a.ureContinuLd & Republican! member of the ways and

will! be open in the several voting premiott Unabated mean's committee, said the president w''
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t of the county from March Gth had suggested a ninety days' delay in

i. Information t :', \pril 3, 1022:: for tho registration OLD PEOPLE I Washington March( 8.-While tin j enactment! of the legislation an' an alternation

4 ; "r electors. tight against. compromise soldiers for the sales tax and that in .

Particular attention called to the ; bonus bill continued today unabated, the of the committee this .
crr..d.: A. li..re )..4... twyye in (aTD" 's PEPTO-MANd: \:\ la I t judgment
1 ".-, ....# .Ja w -..wq .w 1 arerLh I f,ict that women who have heretofore :STORKS; : S'I'HE'W"NII: I''I house: members on both >sides' of tlv1' suggestion bad been met by making .

roistered, In the general election I questipn predicted privately that the October '1, 1U22, the effective date of
: ILLNESS:
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be \ the house'
: would pasted by
hooka must register in the primary measuro tho bill.
now
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G M. Inman was a business! : visituti house, leaf ;.

"> JllcksonvlJIuIonday.! Tuesday afternoon, at :{::30, at, tin l Registration: in tho general election blood! tonicVhen the blood b.'conres such u procedure, the ]Republican h(' come not again '+:"
clogged with poisons from the system, .
Methodist: church. All members '
Miss Marguerite Shrlver returns he present and strangers cordially urgcito I: books( does nut qualify elections.It.person to Gudo's Pepto-Mangan purifier it by leaders of calling were up discussing tbo !U'u"uro111".1'the question n If you want to be regarded as A' <<
in the
vote
Monday from Brookor and resumed invited! to attend. I District primary officers have driving off the waste matter Good suspension of the rules, This would person of brains! let the other fellow(

her work in the B. II. S. i ___________ ________ I. registration blood is full of vitality anti prevents preclude the possibility of amendment spill the beans.
been appointed follows:
as ..
| Mr. and Mrs W. S. Yelvington and! I District No.1, Lawtey-Ernest: B. Illness of giving the Tho body weaknesses greater power of- and ordinarily! would! limit debate t to i .

d J. II. Moore, the well known Lawte; son, and :Mrs.: Z. J. Roberts, of Hastings Wells. resistance. ) I I: twenty minutes' on I'II'hlidl'.

I' grower and shipper, had business: i: spent the week-end at the home I I District No.. 2, North Starke-J. F. old age are greatlyhelped by a BUPI' .p-I I The majority !membership will bu'
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of rich red blood. Glide's
Starke Sa'turday.Miaa of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J( Kickliter.I ) ply ( 'sounded... out on this proposition but a Banana
/ to-Mangnn is sold! in liquid or tablet ,
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f I A. Gardiner. District No. 3, South Starke-J. W. form by nil druggists. It has been decision probably will be withheld un- !

: Annie Mae Darby, of :Mncon, anct Morgan. recommended by physicians for .30 til after the return here late in the' ......- --- -
:Messrs.: W. C. Powell J. ,
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(Ja., is visiting her cousins, Miss An District No. 4, Graham-C. B. Rob. week of Chairman Fordney of the
and Is valuable tonic and! I
Howe of Starke have the years a a
purchased and moans committee, who will 25c 30c 35c doz.
nie Darby and! Mrs. E.: M. Johns. I erts. ways
builder for the weak and! run downof !
I Jodwin; & Ilarrell naval stores'\ plant i District No. 5, Hampton-A. A. have charge of the bill ore the floor. l ,
all from childhood! to old
v at Mr. Howe will have ages age. I I
Lawtey. active The next rules suspension( day in the I
Enoch Grim, one of Lawtey's prom Futch. --Adv. I have
inent business! men, wo transacting : management of the business. : District No.6, Th'rl.'ssa-D. W. --. I house will bo Monday, March 20. The Will a large

in Starke Moore. Thousands of thin frail andwomen leaders said thc army appropriation
business! Monday. men of sound
!I If you want anything to appear In District No. 7, New River-II. B. have reported an astonishing bill would be taken up next Tuesday shipment ,f
: the Telegraph, please hand In thbl bill and even if
ahead of
copyno
Mrs. C. W. Liddon left Tuesday for I Kerce. a-ul rapid increase in weight: as a result nllR Bananas Satur :
Jacksonville where she will visit her Liter than Wednesday. Thursdayis District No. 8, Brooker-D. W. Ha- of taking Tunlac. Turner's DrugStore : the[ latter measure were not. called up ripe .., .
our busy day, and anything handedin under a suspension of the rules, It
daughter, Mrs. G. W. Mozo.:: r.en. Starke. ';
I I, then is liable to be left for the following C. A. KNIGHT, probably would not! bo considered before day.

week's issue. the week beginning March 20.
Goods* selling below cost toil: ;3" Supervisor Registration Bradford Irish potatoes are generally planted EARLY AND
I There discussion. duringthe COME
was some
at J. M. Alvare ':;. Come and see County. 3-3.2t in and round! Sttirke. Tho most flourishing -
I for '
Miss Peek leaves today
May day na to President Jlllrdin 11 at-
: field we have seon is to be
Jacksonville where she will open a titude with regard to the compromisebill. GET YOURS
Levi Dyal, of Jacksonville, spent conservatory of music. !Miss Peck in Starke again; Friday evening, Mch. found on T. N. Kendrick's farm in the Representative Mondell, of Wyoming
Thursday night at the home of his sister chosen 17th, and will sing( at the high' school western portion of Starke.
I has wido experience in her the majority lender! said ho did
Mrs. O. J. Griffin. auditorium at 8 m. Admission: -
work, having studied in Chicago and p. of not think the statement made at the :
!Miss Laura Lewis, formerly
BOc children 3Ce. ;
Adults ,
; B. M.
Cincinnati.Mrs. Wednesday I White House yesterday, that 1\1 r.oCl'upit.,1 Dowling ,
Dr. E. L. Biggs returned last week Brooker, this county, died on -

from Birmingham, Ala., where he attended O. !M. Alvarez, of Ruiford, and WOMEN !MUST REGISTER: March 8th, at Arcadia where larding that he did when ho the suggested same position a sales STARKE
clinic she had been living for the past several I
a I son, Levy Alvarez, of Norfolk, Va., months. Miss Lewis lived the tax or postponement of the legislation CIGAR AND CANDIKS

I were visitors to Sturke Saturday. Levy The attention of the women of greater part of her life at Brooker, I was to be taken to mean that the
Tanlac's world wide fame ia due to and Is
servico n
is In the artillery the law
i Bradford county is called to where she was much beloved. A largo I
its merit. It does the work. Turner'sDrug fine soldier. He is home on a in the ,
young that requires! them to register number of friend are deeply grievedby
Store, Starke. I furlough.Mr. primary election books and pay a cap news of her death.BRADFORD. IJcocnmmmcnmnclDCWIJmIllltallJlmcammCJrummllmWItJllilltl.W: :: )) : : : Wmmm
itation tax of $1 if they wish to vote _
Miss Anna Canova, of Jacksonville, I and! Mrs. W. K.' Wilder,'of Or- in the primary election to be held on I II Clocks! Clocks! Clocks!

spent the week-end with her parents,, i lando, are visiting her sister, Mrs. Joe June 6th. The registration books! of I i iI

Mr and Mrs. J. F. Canova. I Edwards and her parents, Mr. and the several voting precincts of the I Bradford March 11)J.) (". Cone, e

Mrs. S. J. Prescott, of Sampson City. I county are now open ami will remain :, of Brooker, was a business visitor at Just received from factory, NURSERY CHIME CLOCKS,

Mrs. M. E. Edwards, of Gainesville, I I until April 3. The capitation tux the home of J. V. Edwards Tuesday. | also an assortment of EIGHT-DAY STRIKING CLOCKS.

spent the week-end! with her (CbUA'h-1 of New York open I !Mrs. J. V. Edwards and daughter,
Mrs. F. L. Bishop, must be paid to the county tax collec- Come and look at our great assortment of Watches and
ter Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. ; .
her cousin, Mrs. E.: Georgia, were hhopping Worthington -
is visiting
City, calling
register by than
I tor. Persons may j Jewelry, Table Ware, etc., now cheaper ever.
S. Matthews Mrs. Bishop visited here the deputy registration officer of Saturday afternoon. '' ,
'' Roy Edwards> of Jacksonville, left : remember- on ( is looking after busi!
before her marriage and is I the district in v hick they reside. Following mess I G. Hayes
Tuesday after spending several days mas !Miss Lena Daniels. are the names of the deputy in Gainesville: this week. U. D. MINERSTARKE .
with his mother Mrs. W. M. Edward her
I registration officers of the several voting Mrs.! Leonard Cook returned to FLORIDA
I Friends here have received word home at Ft. White Sunday.
the '
of county: I
H Prices are still way down on that !Mrs. C. L. Morrow, of Tampa, precincts Willie Unborn was in this community I 11.IIIUIJmDClmmmmCllmmrnt1mmmr.mmreumr.mmmmmmmmmre'IUrmmmr! ) > : JlllmmmmmcmllcmmlmClj
carried in stock. Cull Mrs. Iladdon, District No.1, Iawtey-Frm.st: B.
everything I had lost her mother, Sunday.J. .
and secure many bargains during ,I who died early Monday! morning Mrs Wells. V. Edwards and J. C. Cone were tpWtDmtp@6 j >DiltCtiACitxDM: >QuNRIN111C11DOfrlCENtllNmNtWaNtRNtUftIWtONNt11G1NaSNOIOt ,: ;

i, this !wile.! J. M. Alvarez.D. :. : Morrow mndo many acquaintances District N2, North Starke-J. F. looking after business! in Union county -

I here last summer while she belonged Iaekl iter.District. Tuesday.W. i )
C Jones, making preparationsto i No. 3, South Stnrke-J. W. """"' ,
is
to the Kingslcy! Lake colony.A. \ !M. Ilarroll was a visitor to I ?
extend his bottling works building Morgan.District. Dukes Tuesday.Sumner I II l
east far to the railway right' of division superinten- No. 4, Graham-C. B. Rob ,n '
as a" B. Scruirgs, I Andrea and wife .visited his .

way. lent of the American Railway Express erta. parents Sunday., .
headquarters in District No. 5, Hampton-A. A,. I ./h, ILtLil':: )
--- with Hnrrell
Company Mrs.! W. II. were
I Mr.! and !
II. A. Bishop has leased! the Edwards Jacksonville, was a business visitor to Flitch. : business visitors to Worthington Sat I _..ti. .:.._-,--_. --, I

l bum nlf\v on West Call street, Starke Monday. Mr. Scruggs formerly District No.6, Thl'rt'l8RlV.! 'urday.! i iI . -

and with his family I is pleasantly lo-I !lived in Starke anil has a host of !Moore. Geoti'iu and Virginia Edwards ......'. ,. -1:4. ,
Misses ..
4q cated there.Through I: Crlendt here who are always pleaded District No.7, New River-II. U.Kcrce. I and brother, Coy, attended tier- .. '0 ......... 0 .......

to: see him. I vices at New Hope Sunday. I II t
: ( an error tho name of Joe I I I District No. S, Brooker...-!). W. Ha- Elberton Blue Georgia Granite
..
I I ]Drew Duke and sister, ;Mrs. Harry
Wiggins, of the second !grade, was I "When I begun !taking Tanlae I on- Zen find Mrs. Ollie Thomas were guests\ > of "THE STONE ETERNAL"

remitted from the 15. II. S. honor roll ':i 'y' weighed 08 pounds, now weigh: 12") C. A. KNIGHT, It. Harrcll Sunday.! I .
W.
(last week. 'I pounds and never felt better in my Supervisor of Registration, Bradford I Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Edwards 1 were And GEORGIA MARBLE, in its various shades 1>> make ,

I I life i ," says Mrs Chas. Peden of Hunts- (County. 3-10-21 i the !guests of friends and relatives atI MEMORIALS't!t

Mrs. J. M. Rising, of Jacksonville, rule Ala. Turner's Drug Store, (I I' LaCrosse Friday. '

I has been spending tho past week at I Sturke. I NEW HEAD FOR HOI'K HALL i iI Dave Hall and sister. Mrs. J. W. ,

I the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Uglow. : -- !Surrency' motored Worthington on Renowned
Mrs. E. R. Fopell and children spent '
.' I J. E Crane, of Tampa, has been Monday.,
1 .1 I several days this week visiting at tho I I appointed manager of Hope( Hall, the 'I Kay Andreu visited his cousin, It. FOR ARCHITECTURAL DIGNITYand
:rt R. Weisfelder, of Bronxville, New I home qjf Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Poppell, I
of the Volunteers of ENDURANCE jj
Institution Andreu, Sunday EVERLASTING
fyoTk weeks at
several !
Is spending after which they left for Doneta Am'r-\\
I Icn at Hampton, conducted In E. B. Andreu and wife, accompanied
(the home of his aunt, Mrs. John Ug- Lee County, where !Mr.
Jow. Springs, four months 1'01'.1" terest of released prisoners. Hope by the hitter's parents, Mr. and !Mrs Three essential factors to be'considered in buying monuments
is i teaching a
pell !
I 111111, established some five years ago, Foxworth were guests of C. M. An- APPROP-
school. In July Mr. Poppell and fam- I are, IB AUTY. PERMANENCY,
!Major and Mrs. L. A. Odom, under dreu Sunday. '
by
Mrs. Lacy Hitch, of Plant City, N : ily will return to Starke to make their the auspices of the Volunteers of I Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Harreli visited I RIATENESS. You have the assurance of this combination {

visiting her mother, Mrs. Hollingii- | home. America, comprises 200 acres of land I friends and relatives! here last week when buying our material. .
>worth nt the home of F. C. Hollings- I
which village of cottages haybeen Mrs. Jessie Cheaper was visitor at
worth.W. The chicken pilau supper last Friday on a g COGGINS MARBLE CO. CANTON G/ .
r I erected and equipped for the receiving the homo of J. V. Edwards Thursday
evening, given by !Mrs. W. C. Leading. Manufacturer of the South

S. Motes and family have iroveil Powell and committee of Woman's i, and assisting of men who are evening. FrM. of Special Rppea..nt..ti"e.. .
I j In need of -help when released from
from the E. R. Poppell cottage to theupper Club workers, added something. over I i Its I STARKE FLA.
criticism ELLERY DAVIS.
( prison. }Don't let worry you. W. I
p flat in the Brady Brown building $30 to the club house fund. The can- I
I Under the auspices of Hope Hall a : absence would indicate your mental '
next to Scott's drug store. dy sale on Saturday afternoon under I
ipmIDNt11i34>mtDmmOC
I stot(<-wjde movement In welfare ope- inferiority. 'QWll tgOlfDQmtle9ttNCpttt7tp4tpNrJefC1NmQh4tp10tl1NOINNIDNNfDIa)
of Mrs. A. Z. Adkins,
the management .
N4 rations is being conducted by Major .. .
-
W. M. Wainwright, of Tallahassee, made $6.38. So each week the clubhouse i .- -- -_- -
spent the week-end in Starke with his! fund grows .little larger. Odom among prisoners throughout the t mml.UlllGIUUDD.IDmmtOOlll1l1JfXl>
parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright. state while incarcerated in jails and .

Mrs.: E. S. Matthews had as guests prison camps.

,f during; the past week, Mrs. F. L. Bishop Religious services are conductedregularly

Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Stevenson, of and little son, Frederick, of Mollie In the various camps and I
DollarsSOME
)t there is a free distribution of wholesome Count Your
Pittsburgh, Pa., are guests of their Long Island, N. Y. Mrs. Bishop '
""d lion, W. II. Stevenson, and will spend is pleasantly remembered by a number rending matter Bibles, :'song i

a a few weeks here. of Starke people as Miss Lena I books, Sunday school supplies, etc. I
I It Is expected that under Mr. Crane's MAY BE MISSING
Daniel. She is spending the .winter I '
y9P has opened a Plumb-I and left Tuesday for direction Hope Hall will enjoy a high OFF
J. L. Simmons in the South, THE ROLL PEELS
and
of Business
11".1.
men
success.
t ing shop and store of plumbers' i Miami, where she will be the guestof I
in the building one door west of Griffin Mrs. Henry Freeman for a short ciLuens. of Hampton have manifested! can't resist roll around I
carrying
a & Johns, Call street. time. a great degree of interest in the corn- Some people-good people too-just a :<

in"i of Mr. Crane as the head of Hope in their pockets. And there are other good people who can't resist '

Hull and he will have'thelT full co .
trio,
sale at Johnson-Taylor-Johnson
.
J.The M. Alvarez's big Money-savlnj has!' been extended of The New York City appeared before n oJ' "Ilt/OIt'/ making a success. !t the temptation .to. help them spend it. t
{ will devote his time to t
Odom
Major
chance to save. large crowd in Starke last year. They
10 days. Your
=: and the '
So it
were hoard by some of the best cultured welfare work among prisoners at the goes money goes. !

Mrs. W. I'. Archer and children, of of our city, and were pronounced various! rood ramps Mil toward financing Count your dollars, charge off the missing ones, and deposit the rest
t flail and the large resrue < .
Hope ,
Key WAt, have been guests lately of by them us one of the best companies '
conducted in in this bank (
home for girls being
{ Col. and. Mrs. A. S. Crews and other before the American public.
of high, clean J ackNonvi lIe_Times-Un ion. financial for A roll aids the other
relatives-in this. section.HON'S' Their concert la a very I A bank account collects moss you.

-- and refined type, such as cannot fuji I
---- I
to be an inspiration and uplift to any The matrimonial market, at least, fellow to collect the moss.BANK .

THIS win! who hear them. The trio will appearNo I can go>> up without raising a storm. .

...'
',\ 01 Catarrh or 1Ly.tCnninuns",' intnend I It ror ,u.Y' Worms In a ncaUCiy Child ,
t..rrh. We do' not rc
,. uot.ll.il with Worm h... a. nonooltlir .
other dlrea.e.t ", All child a
: .
IlALL.t i cAT-mrn MEmcixf crlor.wttlrli tndiuatn poor bUiod,o..d. a'ula. .
j'. liqUid. taken Imoriiully, and, '.C'8,', Uirpuichth there i& man orleiw I iiumncb diuuirbwn E.K. FERRYMAN S..MATTIIEWS. Pm. CEO. C. WHITE. Cahicfr
\ blood upon themocent 'Inllnmmatlon i.BOl.nS TV. .rLESSCHdX: : IONIC *v", 1'11-' ATTORNP.Y.ATI.AWSTARKE
he ByMcm. thus rcdurliir n "i'!t'hIMrh! ...ct,,,
< ,
vor.tbr'Cweek.W1 ,
and innmtmr Nature m r u>r jnormal >II atl" frr '+ 'I FLORIDA
ado.a'1'janr"StO:
.dLll'R"'m.uot
eonilltlnnt.All mprove .. a aYJ
r I DruKKl.t Circulars f..oe 'ploJTnrtle'thewhule. yo..m.. ..r.'I.,', t. '. > > FatlINf. OGIffimmal{>?C1tptII0Fm0a@tDCgiaB,>GtCitSmlOmtQClmmtllCfmNmtEtpNlIlmIDmmAlO>> : .A.
Ohio. >- JtBGtGJQIArmfltmtaIDOltQsQmUrimamliNi]
F. J.,Cheney A Co.. Toledo .hmwoRo-dme! v- I .,,
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r4 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA' .

,,:' PACE_____SIX___-------- '-_ -- -_ I -------that-putting-- off helps the situation. -of Jacksonville- spent the week-end at i Reformers are people who take year

t I tho home of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Blat money and give advice. The only

'., .. .. ... ..................--- The avocado grower who is race chard. thing! we reed to destroy our ciTili-
.-...-.-............. I zntion is a few more reformers -O.-
+: r.t } I II rag trouble from pyriform scale anll i I Miss! Mary Boyer was a visitor to I fumbia Record.

I I withertip needs but to spray his tree I I Starke Saturday.
: With The Bradford just before the blossoms appear with We are pleased to report that Mis

I I bordeauxoilWrite I Eva Reddish who has been quite 11\11I Tho worries of politicians, like their
,
.1 I 1 1I I for two weeks, Is improving. ambitions, have no end. Now the peer

County Farmers to the College of Agricultun, : James Shepard, of Starke, was In : devils have to worry over the moonshine .

I Gainesville, and ask for a copy of town several days last week. vote.

I i.f ....___..____.....---...--.---.- I I tension bulletin No. 31. It will eX-I A. M. Blanchard was a visitor to II

9 I you how to raise pigs, being especial Jacksonville Tuesday.A ASPIRINName
prepared for the club boy and girl. son was born to Mr. and Mrs

, '',:. ANNUAL MEETING CATTLE FRUIT TREES SHOULD BE SET II Jesse King Wednesday

KAISEKS' ASSOCIATION:. CAREFULLYIn Gratitude Is the most expensiv Frank Green of Wildwood spen "Bayer" on GenuWarning

" commodity of which the world neve Sunday in Lawtey at the home of Mr
of the state the .;:,.rength and Vitality
I' II sections
Galnt'Mvilletarch:
To lit Held in many had an over-supply. I II and Mrs. Charles Dinkins. I
' j home orchard is coming in for more Follow This Advice I
and 15, 1922 Mr. and Mrs. Fortune Moulin, ol
::1 r" space this year than heretofore. W vile Wftllbiirn. N. O. -"I wish to t t Where the cow is, there Is Arcadia; Jacksonville, spent Sunday with Mr I
been set thereare that I lind Dr. Fierce's Golden Medii
have ,
behalf trees
fruit
I I(, 10 a. m.. Address of welcome on -. many and Discovery and Favorite Prescript! I BO' far as her Influence prevails, ther and Mrs. M. Padgett.
be out, a
1 of the city of Gainesville-May" many yet to put tie: best tonics on the market. is contentment, humility and sweet, T. J. Terry was transacting business I
.I or J. C. Adklna. few hints on the care of the trees "My wifa! nays aha would be de homely life.-John Burroughs. in Jacksonville Monday. I
behalf of the university-Dr. A. when they arrive and a few necessary had she not taken Favorite Prescr I
In Paul Dinkins, of Jacksonville, spent
I > tion. One bottle I
in setting them are always puts
: r' A. Murphree. precautions straight when she gets weak and m I Florida's county agents travelei Sunday with his family. I
,J Response to address< of welcomeF. -- timely. down. I took a bottle of Hold more than a quarter of a million mile Josiah Starling spent Sunday wilt
N. Burt, DeLeon Springs. I First, and most important, is to 8ee Medical Discovery and the result work I
last year in the interest of their relatives and friends in Starke. I ..
not exposed long a of one and one-half pounds ,
roots gain
that the are
! InI
. :" 2 m., Beef cattle conditions I .1 Mr. and Mrs. Will Goodfellow of
;" p. weight. It's tine to tone the s'
them to dry out. If the up I Unless wo the ims
for R,1 you
I Mexico and Cuba in regard to pr08- enough tern, better I think, than cod-li\ I Plenty of milk, butter and ef( ;Jacksonville, spent Sunday with rela] "Bayer" on package or on tabletsyoa
poet for marketing Florida cattU- trees are not to be net out at once their, oil.-J. Walter Tuttle. along with a good garden will take I 11'' tlves. ire not getting gotmilne Aspirin y rencribod -

Howell T. Lykes, Tampa. they should be "heeled in" oil Obtain Dr. Tierce's Remedies n< lot of the pinch out of living this yea Alex Howe of Gainesville, pent by physicians for twenty-ono
This Is from druggist. You will Take
BO million
safe
marking arrival from the nursery. your I I oars and proved by
I 2:20 p. m., How the state done plowing out a furrow long feel their beneficial{ effect. Write I> -or any other year. Sunday in Lawtey at the home of Mr Aspirin only a* told in the Bayer pack.K .
bureau can assist! in marJetinlC by when laid rierce'8 Clinic in Buffalo, N. Y., i and Mrs. A. A. Smith. I ,\ tar Oulda, Headache, Nnuralgbi,
Rhodes state enough to hold the trees free mod!",nl mlvice. I ;
Florida cattle-L. M. lUieumatium, Earache, Toothache I/am-
Pack the soil around the Of course purebred sire is the Julius Eunice, of Port Tampa, spent
side.
A side by l" and for Pain. Handy tin boxes of
>
; : marketing bureau. that roots and then water. Never put the tato will be 150 acres. All suppliFor I first step, but there's no good argument Sunday with his family near Lawtey, twelve ago Bayer TaMetof Aspirir- cent law

? 2:45 p. m., Some conditions trees in without undoing the bundle, and the products of these era against purebred females in live M. L. Loadholtz, of Jacksonville,, ,cuts. Druggist also sell larger TMU&IIRPS. -

handicap the cattle industry] In Flor. and always be careful to pack the so will be purchased and Bold] coopetively. stock improvement. spent the week end at his home.C. o Aspirin is the trade mark *tBuyer ,
Manufacture of MoamoetieMM-
Brndi-ntown.
IdaGeo. Murphy,
,I discussion. about the roots or they will dry out. ; ] I W. George and family moved rater otf 1ieylic&cid. '

General of Select a shady spot or provide shad' Milk has great value as a food not' back to Lawtey last week, after a .-------_. --..
7:30: p. m., Motion pictures spe.c Suwanneee-An increase of 1 because of its fuel value, but rather
If the trees arrive .in a very dry condition I stay of two years in south Florida.
at Iyrlc
cial interest to cattle men percent over last year's watermelcreage because of its ability to repair waste I
Bennett of Jacksonville, was
often be saved by Henry ,
Theatre, (admission 25c). they may is being made in this count I tissue to supply material for growtf
i I putting the whole tree under water transacting business in Lawtey Tuesday '
March 15th I should the and to keep the body machinery ir II 1886
for about day. They
be. a I
10 a. m., One of cattlemen-Dr.the main issues J. be> set out Immediately. Clay-We are planting 600 acn'f good working order and to keep i It' Champ Green and family, of Jacksonville -

fore the Florida veterinarian. V'I' Before setting out, the tree shout tomatoes in our county. Pota running smoothly.LAWTEY. spent Sunday with relativesnear
Knapp, state
Business session. I be> properly pruned. The top, sup pro pects are good. here.
accordin Mrs. Charles Dinkins, who has been DAVISINSURANCE {
Reports of committees. I posedly, is already pruned J
to the height and kind of heading dc Orange-Conditions are improvintruck quite ill for several days, is: reported '
of officers. I
Election
March 10.-Mrs. Grover
sired. The roots should t>e pruned by [ shipments are going forwa Lawtey, improving.Joe -,
cutting oft broken ones and cuttin apidly. Prices are good. Quality i Highsmlth returned to her home ir Marr, of Starke, spent Sunday J,
SWARM MAKE LI"TLE Jacksonville last week after spending
BEES THAT I ;
the stragglers. The tap root will usually products is excellent. with relatives.
HONEY several days at the home of her parents -
t be pruned correctly before ship i I
of Bnk Rev and Mrs. E. D. Boyer.
I from the These cut Okaloosa-The farmers Speedo-What do you consider the
"Swarming" is a serious difficulty ping must be made smoothly nursery., and preferably have bought their watermelon seed c I Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Terry and daughter best five years of a woman's life? I

', .' which confronts the Florida beckeepi from the underside of the root. operatively and will plant between< I Miss Joyce, were visitors to the Peppo-Oh, I should say the first STARKE

.: Wi spring, just when he Is gctlir The hole in which the trees are tbe our and five hundred acres to th : county seat Saturday. five years she's 18.! i
ready to reap the honey harvest that this George Roberts was a visitor tc
i set should l be large enough to receive rop year. I
in to be gathered from the oran e Btarke Sunday. de
Jakey-I took Rachel by teaterjlast
I the roots without bending' or
and other neclar-pri Max Wimberly of Highland, was a t uf FihCll.'y,7bCIt79uDtif Ua t0
and grapefruit Rosa Delivered 200 coopatively and almost had taxicle
crowding them. In filling in the hoi Santa night ve a ir
J$ + during flowers.In round the trees, it Is best to put th ordered Satsuma orange tree visitor to Lawtey Friday. ride home. COFFINS & CASKETS

i the early spring in many, Kloric)" most fertile top soil! In first. If fertilizer his week and received orders for 71( Mrs. J, B. Rowe visited relatives inMicelenny I Ikey-Vy? Vat happened? I And a Full Line of '

: ]localities bees swarm during the hoi: is used, mix it with the soil lore.Duval. last week. Jakey-Veil, I matched le drifer UnJertahtn' Supplies
M! 1 ey-flow period, and swarming is aj below the roots when putting in the I Mrs. James Shepard of Starke, was first vedder ve should pay him double I I'I I

hindrance to honey production. At soil after each shovelfu ]- Acotton ginnery is to I i visitor here Sunday with friends. I Tare' or nodding. He von; so ve had to I AUTOMOBILE HEARSE
packing
bees should be working with here this Practical! : Mrs. O. L. Thomas, of Jacksonville,,, hand. The best -
1. that time Should the trees show signs of suffering stalled year. walk. Always on serlLc
u j concentrated energy-In one hive, not< for moisture during the firs no cotton has been grown in this sei I vas transacting business in Lawtey I kt the lowest prices. Special -

two, three or four. after setting, it will pay well to ion for the last three years whitIckes ast Saturday. Father Why is it that you are always attention to telegraph or-
If divided. into a half dozen dimim year them. it reasonably safe from boreevil. Misses Wilma and Louise Blanchard at the bottom of the class? I 'c.cu.. RCIittered:! Embalmer.DeWTIT I

I i tive swarms, they are generally of ruse water Therefore, we will grow : were shopping in Starke Satur- Johnny-It doesn't make any dif'erenre H

to themselves or to tho beekeepe, SEED FREETo mi ted amount this year. I lay.Mrs. father. They teach the same C. JONES
I 1'0' far as the production of surph!! TESTING I .. Hattie Black, of Wateroak, :hinge at both ends.-Harper's Mag- STARKE, FLA
concerned. Supers which SELL BRIDES IN:. GERMANY: I vas the guest lust week of her sister,
is azme.
., honey test seed for purity and germinating I 1 IOftlldi[ ammDII !
IMrs. Reddish.
Jesse
p'I
would otherwise have been well-flllc! qualities is the purpose of i a "
of what matrimonial agents cot : Mrs. Susie Addison visited relativesn -- --
are almost entirely] emptied special laboratory in Texas of the Traveling] I
they already contained. in order 1 I to United States department of agricul titute the latest idea in : Starke Saturday.
for the new warm here keen competition has developemong .- Mrs. Ted Lewis returned to her
supply provender ture. This laboratory is for the convenience I GENERAL INSURANCE
\ It will be Been, then, that in ordc of farmers in six Southern) matrimonial bureaus bocuusf home in Williford Thursday, after :

'I jI ii' to get good results and to keep the states including Florida; and the the great surplus of women, due t l pending a few days at the home of HAROLD C. WALL
.. matrimonial agents her parents; Mr. and Mrs. M. Padgett.
fI colony strong, swarming must be kept farmer who does not care to test hlB the war. The g 'I
\ It' under control. own seed by simple methods which from one town to another seekin ; Miss Nellie Roberts visited relatives FLORIDA

I Plenty of room in the hive, ventili any county agent can give him is advised ",fold fishes," as the Germans ca In Starke Thursday. STARKE

1 tion and. the removal] of all queen cell; to take advantage of this Federal them, or, in other words, women witoney I W. E. Torode was transacting busies FIRE. LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILE
are the most important of the metti ] institution. who are desirous of obtalninlie s in Jacksonville Tuesday. I I
husband Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dye and little son
oils for controlling the swarming ir According to information sent out love and a good-looking I
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".1 Rtinct. It is advisable to "clip" one by those in charge, the laboratory i is: even though he is poor. .. .. -. "'. ". ..' '. > ,
wing of the queen to prevent her flying [leveling special attention to purity Both men and women have taken t -

away with a bunch of bees. examinations and are well-equippet the work of nuptial agents and

11.,F for handling such typical Southern rate on the trains as they travel, ,

Clerk (at an employment bureau- need as lespedeza, the clovers, Rhode; Ing the acquaintance of likely

." Someone hag sent for a yardman, sii truss, the seed of truck crops and Ing candidates, to whom they ; FORDS ON TRACTOR
when they get I
Manager-We haven't any yardme many other common plants. I their: proposals
\ at present. Samples submitted should be representative less than half a chance. I

I' ''i a Clerk-Then shall I send up thre *f the bulk or lot. One The matrimonial agents carry i I

\' footmen, sir?-Syracuse (N. Y.) Hei pint of seed will be sufficient for samples tample' case' 'in the form of a largbum 1

aid. in all cases, except for grasses containing photographs
'<< maul other small seed when a half pints men who have registered as being

With blue law officials taking the enough. Label the sample, giving the market for a "goldfish" wife.

: \ nun' out of Sunday and police, deputy; the name and address' the sender, agent work on a commission basis.JUST ;

,, 7t \f'. sheriffs, constabulary] and federal he name of the seed,and state whether --- I

'j' : it' agents taking the moon out of the purity or .germination test is do- CHIPSAs I

: 1 other six days, about all the averag sired. Mail samples in container I I Fbrdfow e eI

'1\ citizen sees is the stars.-Denvc that will not break or tear and spill an extra precaution to I -

Times. the seed. Address: Seed Laboratory,, red rot of sugar cane burn all
cane leaves and stalks left in the I L e
:\>0 College Station, Texas.
The main thing that sticks in tho e .o

t craw of the wets Is the fact that they,; COUNTY AGENTS':. REPORTS More than ten thousand ] l 0e

:' are so infernally dry. farmers attended 215 field

.. held by county agents last year.
7. -- Osceola 'At recent meeting of therrowera I
CALOMEL SALIVATES money was raised to build e
f EVEN WHEN CAREFUI The man who isn't inspired to
>pony refrigerators -to ship next sea.son'lI
mething in the spring of the e
strawberry crop. This county is
f: Treacherous Dr-; Cannot he Trusted establishing a canning and preserving Is practically immune to all
And Next Dose May Start of work.:
t' Trouble actory. 0

11'n,: County agents of Florida held O Ve
Calomel is dangerous. It salivate Lake-Interest in grape growing is
'.. may farm meetings in 1921 and gave
and make *suffer fearfully ncreasing. Watermelons generally
T! t. you you talks on agricultural subjects at
L from soreness of gums, tenderness ire earlier than last year and the .
lo 1': lerent gathering of farm people.Nina
k: of jaws and tect", swollen ton acreage is much larger.

n ('. true and excessive saliva dripping -' chances out of ten REDUCTION IN PRICES .
t t'' : from the mouth. Don't trust calomel Alachua-Virginia bunch peanuts'

1: I Q It Is mercury; quicksilver. roved a profitable crop for the few your fruit or vegetables: will EFFECTIVE JANUARY 27TH 1922 -
If you feel bilious, headachy, constipated who them last year, therefore, a your success or failure. If you
:, and all knocked out, just g< grew will be planted not prepared to spray, don't .
such
larger acreage
t' to ,your druggist and get a bottle of;
Liver Tone for few cent his year.
i; : Dodson's a A TONIC $395.

,1 which tute for is a dangerous harmless calomel.vegetable Take substl a- Putnam-Supervised the treatingf 'ove' Tasteless chili Tonic retl Now f. o. b. Detroit

'J a l' and if It doesn't start 300 bushels of sweet potato seed at EnerllY and Vitality by Purifying will tend
," spoonful your ictching the Blood. When you feel This remarkable reduction in price to lighten the physical burden of farmers and aid
C+I liver and straighten you up better 'lorahome. stnmllthenlng.Invigorating effect.see them to produce maximum crops at reduced cost. We canmake, immediate delivery, and carryon -
and quicker than nasty calomel, anc
hand at all times a complete line of Tractor parts.
; without making you sick, you just gc Hamilton-In one day this week our It brings color to the cheeks and .

!. 'back and get your money. arm bureau received orders for 75 It improves the appetite you v.'Ul
If you take calomel today you'll be tons of fertilizers. predate Its true tonic value. J. W. ANDREWS JR.
4 sick and nauseated tomorrow; besides Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic Is ,
... salivate while if you take Iron and Quinine suspended In syrup.
It may you Ga.lsden-lIelped. administer th* tuberculin Authorized Ford and Ford on Dealer. Starke, FloridaI
Dodaon'a Liver Tone you will wake .,iasan even children like It. The bl<
131 cattle this
test to dairy
y up feeling great. No salt necessary needs QUININE to Purify It and IRON
k ; r Give it to the children because it Ii reek. Our watermelon acreage this Enrich it. Destroys Malarial germs
perfectly harmless and cannot salivate. ear will total 260 acres. The acre Gnp> germs by Its Strengthening! ,

+ ;6 ,a .-Adv.-68. age of the Big Stem Jersey sweet po- lumli Effect. ..Jc.:








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FRIDAY, MARCH 10. 1922.

-.-- -----BRADFORD-. .- .. COUNTY TELEGRAPII. STARKE._ .. f'LOIUUA .. "AGE SRVRN
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WATEKMILL.TTatermill : I worth of citrus fruit marmalades] and n '

I preserves put up In other states and \ Ask Dad-He Knows! ffTftiw her arum Hrimnd". tier al\nt"lrn'ck otlocft this eVenmif nHOT fou wlin No \Worm in a Healthy Cinitl Ii'All

Man 10-Mr. and Mrs. yet thousands of boxes of 'I It was! little Killer: fIrst vlnlt to and sob out hc>r worries. 1 nmlly meet her tin-re." chililrnn trnuhlod with Worms have an onhnllhyiolor -
drops and
L. Greene spent Thursday} night In I cull fruit from ) 'tbe pot-t "I'xilinnj. Her father u "Oh, Aunt I'llwlllu," she cried "1 lie bowed and', with a cynical' umlle.passpil which Inillotai poor bl", .,. and sea .
groves nearby arc per- marine timid Into Into his hIs. ruin, thrra! la more or lens, tomttrh dlnturbttnoi1GKOVES /
tuplutii dropped olHcc shrugging
corps never want to go uwny agaIn I It wits ;
'lye Mile section visiting their laugh- mitttnl to go to wnste each I II TASrtLESH: CHILL TONIC gIven" roRiilurly -
for O. W. Rimes. I year. buy some iitKvirairy. articles und grand nt firxt It wart hurtles mil 11-! Rhoulilers. fur two or thrae ", auks will enrich tho blood .
Mrs Canned tomatoes and string beans hud uikl'n nU>'iu Ills. the-}' lIroldI aces automobile picnics but It u II In T nll'" cabinet No. Ifi'l \venldnOtrnnta lmi
Little Merrill Thomua ,pent Thursday 'also) arc bought in large quantities' 1 I throw on or filnpol the worm,sad th Child will blu .
night with her cousin, GrucloiQrecne from other bunlnessdiU. private tliew a bled nt nine o'clock I bat mcnlngSionor .
states, and in that way Marcia expected to marry turned out pi rftxt hw"ll, Pleasant to tako. lie pKrtsitlM.Hastings' .

Floridians help to make the farmers I pencil 0'0111111 liii.1 his cur. j jotted< to be nn Impostor. On? nUIit! KUme Hull nn pnlerprlslng Ynnkue I .

and (louii the sum totnl of the, cnpluln'a of tin- men, drank tao much lilt.. from rhlJadelphla' prtalnlv knew how
J. Goodge and son, Eugene A. A. owners of canning plants in those \\ were ,V Seeds :
and son were in Brooker Silt- states i purcluiKvnvruppfd up the ui'tides oTeim\e( I u I',. ii; >l His, flu! It ended III to enter ttV tintiiMteo. of bin. patronsAn .
tiley prosperous. Probably there )
ore hi a piiuel gave the cuptuln his a dIM I r'H.tlll' s'i i-ne"'. Then uncle low for Senorltii I )inline. hue hud p'cked' 1922 Catalog Free ".

rday. i left enough tomatoes and string beans I' ilninge uuil proceeded) to xtrultflittm all ho bud' on. t ihf slock oxchanue, tile h..rII' In an obscure. music hall I I and i I Its ready now I 100,) lmnd"omely 11-

Mrs. Viola Thomas and children, unpicked on the vines in Florida up lila tvinpouirlly dlsurdoi st ol'k. credltoiH ....11.""l i'\er>thing/ there win It'R shrewdlmid that the ten dajR' |m luHtrutpd PURRS of worth-while seed "

R. Hodges and son, Evan, J. II. each year to fill"aU of the cans of I Little Ethel< watched the brisk movtt- for (debt and.--oh. I mn"t see Robert, scandal" whldi hud, brought her Into and garden' news, for Southern gardeners .(

Itrown and Miss Ruby Greene attend. those commodities shipped into the taunts of the post exchange cleih with and the garden! ,t" the 1111",1 111.1 ii,t hud ",','n nctiiallv I engineered I anti fanners This new catalog/ ,

|d services at Dedan Sunday.Mr. state, but the fresh vegetables left the keenest Interest, but nald! nothing The dear old' garden I livery hhl h. if not Invented by Senor Hull we hol!",vn. I 111 the most valuable, seed

an\l\ Mrs. W.V.. Brown over when the distant market price I until her father was ready to leave. Ing bud FO carefully iiiiriinvU reproached hlmsplfVhen. book over piihlii.h""d It contains 100 \I'I
and Then MI<.> clutched i.t lila coat sleeve
\ slip camp forward on the stage full of the most popular .
drops below cost of gathering und the JeHstoa us she run, nut. frou: pages vago- J.
Daughter; Willie Mae of New River, transportation and asked Just loud enough fur time the house. She burled her fnoo Into that night the attendance at time little tablos. flower and farm crop plants,

nd I. Riley spent Sunday at the homo charges, rot on the embarrassed private to bear: clump of lilies ami kissed a tables broke Into a storm of hriivon.Attired the finest work of Un kind ever attempted -
vine for lack of conveniently located ":$:;ay, daddy, Is lie a merchantuiurlneT" I Hum tur- I .
f Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Brown. I canneries to handle vently, like old lear frlomls She %wctr r.s a matador, In short scarlet ,I

Ellery Thomas, of Brooker, was them. -The Leatherneck. Into the liower.The skirts, holding: her dart with Its fluttering I I With our phntoKraphlc Illustration
The poultry banderole hp howed and klnmvl and color pictures also from photo
hero Sunday afternoon visiting relalives. industry offers one of quaint old conn-It tlr.I"MRI"I ,
the best opportunities. for makin. .. A Wheat History Was Mad.. to toward her bands to the audience ann! caperedforward graphs wo show you just what you can
step It. to fancy liersel
with Hastings'\ Seeds before
even
grow
Amoin the cenmonles to celebrate
comfortable living on a small Investment = buck In the sunlit pasl It Heemeil\ and begun her Bong. I
who has been in ai you order the seeds Our cata.log -
Ira Riley engaged
Armistice In France the Inauguration
day was It was n fine long und It went to the I
of capial in land and equipment. If her city rXI''I'I''l1l''' somehow haul, ,! makes garden and flower bed l
business at Lake Wales, is here visiting of the first of the commemorative hearts of the Cumin who heard her.
Poultrymen in Florida do not need to clouded the pure serenity of those oldear planning easy and It should be W
his parents Mr. and Mrs. A. A. boundary stones which And whirling In the play of colored ,
about days. Fairly unconsciously she single Southern I home Write n.
worry frosted combs every
and wattles the Touting club of France is join* to
( she seemed
until like
lights, a spa fairy
lIey. her hand In for It
their placed the hollow lie a post-card giving your nnm*
on fowls, which often occurs plate ut the points on all roudu of
entangled In masses of filmy drapery,
Odessa Melvin and sister of New
fingers! touched xometblng, It was a and address. It will come to you
in some other Fianceheie they time linen of
cross !
liver passed through here Saturday states reducing letter. The I truth Hashed, across her- the senorita spun by return mall and" you will be mighty

nroute to Brooker. tho egg production and some times tho, battle I front of 1ULS. I the one that Robert bail written her Then nil of a nnilflen, she nfopped Kind you've got It.

permanently disfiguring the birds Them stuuus are In the form of afur.stded probably the morning she left She stopped and stood perfectly Btlll Him! Inns' SoHilri .. the Standardof
Fred Greene of Pine Hill! passed home,
,
<<1 truncated! pyramid wllli! a .
her eyes fixed on the al1dl..nl'no, one the South sit. largest mail]
As which her
proof that Florida to aunt had! referred..
conditions .
rough here Saturday.Mr. I polIii'K helmet on top', clowned! with of the audlencp ; on a man who came ordor aoed house in i world is back
Her
and Mrs. O. W. Thomas and are exceptionally advantageous for laurels On the nlde are gicMinden sweet face flushed crimson all forward, elbowing his way through the I of thorn They've.: KO' to he the best.

,. hildren were visiting Mrs. Tiercy I raising poultry, an extensive poultry from which more laurels spring, and her she old read true the manlv the avowal of love of crowds und' pushing. forward toward Write now for tile II:IJ2:!:! catalog. It

oberts, of Brooker Sunday.Mr. farm is operated in the state by a the, prlucipal tide, faclni the road! her"fYl'a HS she trlt.ntl.realized,tears how came to the stage:- That was all that the audience In absolutely free.

and Mrs. Horace Stokes and ,I breeder of national reputation to furnish heaiH the; InnciIptlon in Fretiih "I lere" hud, ncKtecled! him. cruollyBhe saw, for the curtain fell and hid H. G. HASTINGS CO., SEEDSMEN.:
the Invader \\as driven hutk. 1018. ATLANTA. GA.
hildren] of New River, spent Sunday hundreds of pure bred birds for "If I hnd found\ this that monilns them.

frero visiting Mrs. Stakes' mother, exhibition at the early fairs and poul. Thin first commemorative lilt Chateau Mtone wallll1al1ll1rllt..11 long ago" she murmured "1 am Hfriild But Murdoch knew nothing gave that
Thierry, he had found her ngntn. He drew bet
try shows. I would have
frs. C. M. Lewis. by a representative nf the rnlnlHtry siIiI'att.. let me see MASTER'S SALE

D. J. O. Greene and son, of Pineill The market prices in Florida for of war, in the presenci> of the military life before I answer.' Now-" Into the wings, nnd holding her hands Nolle I. hi'n-by irlvcn that ..n..r end byvirtue .
She stood ga/lng: at her triumphantly. of that certain nnal dram of for.
fresh She
were here Sunday morning. eggs and live poultry are higher I attaches of all nllli'd\ countries. paused. pressed her lips "Come he nald. cl',wur.. mail and vnUirffd. on Fpbruary 21. A.
than in the great poultry producing to the damp mildewed sheet Hint had I>. IY23. by tlanarbli A. V. Long, .lulu,, of
Kerce and friends of New Riv-
Ben
i held Its fond' secret so close for so "Come? Where?" echoed the sen.orlta. :: the Circuit Court In and for Drmlrnrd
r, were here Sunday afternoon. states. Report by Missouri's secre Notorious Prison. for the first time finding her I lorfilH ,ln thHt ct rtin, onuii vhi:n noo..ntl: (

I W. R. Hodges was the guest of tary: of agriculture for January shows Pelem prison Mexico City, formerly many"Yes months.now. dear Jessica ?" asked an voice. But It was broken with tear I Ka.n Wllnan Reamer(. enntllnint unit l Clnrvnoo nn.l It..m.. Alilrn. and 1111'0'Mary". ,'I

S. Fowler] of Graham, Sunday. twenty-six cents was average price known na IIM> of thc pliiRiie spots ol eager, radiant voice behind her und and, tilled with shame. j K (''''10.. see fitniliintii.. the tintlt olfir for unfa' .n"! will soIl for viuih to UMhiithrflt
Mexico has hcon renovated and mnde
dozen
I Mrs., V. Thomas and children were per for eggs, and seventeen Ibe turned to face the writer of the "Why did! you come here?" she anil Not blildpr.. In front of thtt oourthinuo -

failing Mrs. I. Waters of Brooker cents a pound average price for the Into a model hnime of detention by the missive. sobbed, 'Indignantly. "Why couldn't you I ilnor In Htnrk, llm.lfonl, eounty, Mor.lila. .
Mexican government. Schools for the on Mtinilny.. th. mini day of April A. I).
nday. chickens. Florida's January egg prices "Oh Robert I Robert 'I" cried Jessica have fnigotten me? You have no right 1022. durinir th. I....' houm uf Halo. for th*
teaching of manual I training I and the
ranged from fifty cents per dozen : her bnnds extended like. the winning. to Judge me because I am Just puriMma, of untijifyinir mild final di<..r-. th*
rudiments of education lire maintained followlnii mil estate In Krailford ,""unl,..
upwards to ninety cents dozen. for the women and< HIGHLAND Several million dollars worth of to home und pence und'-lo\el" "I haven't Judged you," auld Murdoch Th Northwmt Quarter of (ho flunthwnrtQiinrl
: similar training for the im-n will be T of the Hoillh.m..t Quarti-r or Hrotloa
and < quietly "I want you to come 'Ihlrll'r"34)I ). Towniihlp Mix. & ,
eggs poultry are shipped into the Installed shortly. Sho\\pr bathn and, ( (8)) ut
Highland March 10.-Messrs. IIu- with Answer Hanit Twonty-two UJ) emit,
containing tm
J "Blue Blood. me. me one question,
state each year. fountains hove hei-n Instnllnd' and the ((10) acrra, miiro or I.....
frt Cooper Thompson and Wain- meals are wht,.....<>.iM. .. iiI, "siii'.li.: lent. To hetons to the ""nq'<* ..f Vcro dcpre" Dolores. Do you love me--or rather I>. 1':. KNtniir.
Starke visitors here did.. you lo\e me that day when I asked Special' Maeter In C'hanovry.:
of
right were
,
lleietnforp Itpluni hail hi ('" notoil! \ Is "MioiiMnoil-, l 1"11'10) nil Hint G K.
WILL GAS TWO SLAYERSNew I'FHKVMAN.
.; ednesday. oils for Its unhjKU'nli( condition, und Is honoiublp und I Illustrious. of' pure )uU to be ely wlfu? Hi.hcll.ir for Complainant. 8-a-It-s.11

(Mrs. James L. Strickland and chil- the uorst fate linuKlnuble to be meted uud ancient! lineage, among, the noblestof "Yen I loved you" she said. "Hut

an visited relatives in Starke last Method of Execution Will Be out to a criminal wait a sentence to the land. Ma<'uuluy, the historian, how could I tell you what I WIlYOU, OKDKK FOR PUBlICATiON
Tried Out in Nevada who would'" never have understood I In flreult. Court. Hlato of .Horlda RUhlhJudieinl
this prison.-Ponrborn Independent. the
extolled of de Vere
''ti\\I ursday and Friday. family us "the Circuit, llrudford. County. In Chnn-
.. You hive, never met women like mf
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longest und! most lIIuKlrlolltlllne uf nublea C'ry.w.
11. C. Wimberly Jr., made a bu i-
"The house of creeping death," in Easily Settled. that KiiKland bus aeonhllo I couldn't bring dishonor upon you B. Knight,

k s trip to Maxville Thursday. Carson City Nev., is scheduled to "Luit week C'liollyIIH In a dllemmu \ Tennyson\ has I Immortall7cd t the mime> Now len\e hi.Inr.wh ..." ... Compielnant.Rnrui .

U *, :M. Crews was a visitor to Starke have its first try-out between April] -In love with two girls." of the race us of pure and undentblood. !\ Inughpd rather grimly at ( M. Ilitnnwtt .t ai 1 I IDiifenilanL I

,""iursday.SKyfStrawberries. 16 and April 22, tho time fixed: for "The mutter was easily settled." The fomulpr, Aubrey de Vere!', he found her cloak and, folded I It about It appiarlnir, by alTldnvft itppvmtml. to the

: are moving very slow- "Eh ?" appears In Moniemlay hook, (1O O) nit her. Mil niml In the nliovo iitalcd gnunn that W. J.f.nhnl. .

1ii| || from here at present, but if the Jon the: execution murderers of Hughie under; 'Nevada's Sing and Gee "Nd tImer.. would I hu\e Mm."-Louisrv the holder of u (treat lief In I'HSPX: "('.m", IloloreH" he su hi. "I ha veal! :non-rmiih-nt.... th.of fwntlnnt l the hale tlwrpin of Uifltln nioimd. .... and, ,I.KaIn a

|wrm weather keeps up the season new \.".:... ,.."......'.",--JU 1'11111. CambrldKPHhlrp and SIIHNPX, and lilt found you to Jose, joii ii gin mi. I IVihupi a rraltliint! fif Clly: of IMIInliiiriih" In tiiolalo

,[, blast in of state law providing for the kiling by t1ihlhllIIhIhhlllhhllllllhIhllhlllIllllhllhhhlhlhhI I I I I I!,: descendants' hu\u flxnicd In ICiitfllsli; jon IU'\I'I' had, n hnnce to !IIP nnythtnnelsp I of m'n.vlvaua. .,, Ic ovor Hi* age of
will be in full a couple twrnty-4inu S"ain : It l I. Ihi'rofnn ordered that .
.w I'thotas] of persons sentenced tountil. 3 history for centurIes.tJllhIhhiIhllllhlihlIIillllllIlhhIhhhIlhIlIlIhlIIl. lint I tliere'H happiness' enough I Ir aft I'm ,non-rculdi, dtf. ..ndio\t bi and In hin.by
[ ('ks. Growers are anticipating a Jessica Goes to | ... ... .
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my heart just now to till vourn, too. ''1"1. to aniimr tu tho bill of enmplnlnt
od season.P..1rs. I I I I I I : Mti d. In mild CHUNO on or hrfuro Mimdnx. tlioIrd I,
Unless the United States Supreme the City | Ho i raised tier hiinda und piPHsed I then liny nt April 1II.. i""2. olhi-rw ii,.. al-

Nancy Perry left Friday for Court rules otherwise these two Chi- | to his 'lip*. I,.UHllonn' of ..1.., bill will be Ukan .. cnnfiHRiil .
Starke and Belmore whore she will = ..... . .. .. .. .. .... = The Cubanj; | .by Pnlil(, dirmdiint
r members will be led from I Unit lhl. .,r"r "hoptllil.l
ness tong :: -- -- -- It l I. fiirtlur ordurad "
yiklt relatives for several] weeks.JHr. murderers' By MALCOLM BROWNillMMIIIIIIlflllllltlllllllllllllllllllMllll. = I Dancer | onre .n wiwk fur four ",,"..'..,.11.. "
row-where death watch
a Transposing, the Terme. W4 rltM I In II,,. Ilmdrord duinlv PilfKriipli a

< and Mrs. Chas. George and baby has been net over them already-to ._.._....._.:.I_.I.I._ _..... w..u u I __n I__ "_'_._i.u--..u..r Luluu__.I._u ..... .. . . .. A wi'slein" Jm\" had lieen tailed, upon! '''''''.1'.''''r nuhlinhml. In Mnld county "...1 Hlatv
left for Lawtey where P" no. i : Ihla Mni-t-h I I. \
; Wednesday become "tost subjects' for the world's By CALVIN HENDRICKSlhhiihl&ll1hIlhlIhihhlihlhlliIiilllIlIllilIlhlhhi1| to i th'I.Io.| II dispute' '" over I Hie owilelrhlp 11IJJC.. w. ALrll<:.llM.\III.
L "Llun't duur-we shall mlbs you,
they will reside. first lethal gas executions In the m R I I I I ofoiin,> "lilt I I II. svhlili" I llie defend" (Real) Clrrk f mill Court.lly I

IJ.' A. Starling was a visitor to Law- oh, BO much !I" Cupyrmlit' ttt" wthivin' NttwMpMpiir Lniuit limit had 1 IM "n tilled I of Hlco 111111. II I C. A. KNH.Iir.1J .
I meantime the prisoners wait with fatalistic Kind. tenthAunt 1'rUcllla placed 1 upleadlutf K' KNICIir. Di-pulv rlnrkHiillPllnr .
i-, jay Saturday. calm, wholly unaware of tile ImiiJ on the fair golden laud It wiis In HIP -phndor of HIP Florida.. HO,ill, hi"t'nine ll)>|mienl, 10 u.l Hlill IIHwiis for rnmiiliiln" H.I-Bt-l-'ll:

,* :Mrs. Geo. E. Wilkinson. W. Wilkinson sunset I that Ned; .Miudoih' i lulil lloloic-S Innoieni, mid the July was 0111 --
I national attention they are attract- of her favorite ulet-C, Jessica un she NOTKK OK HAIR UK 11)51)01111011 C I'F.U
bat fi
r Jack and John Wilkinson u w i: Hilled .
were ing. upoke Jessica lo\rd her as everybody' of Ms IOVPHe .. < :Nf OUNTY IIIIMIM
business visitors to Lawtey Monday.s'jjjjfj. riHlliiK. hilt oars halfway ".Indue, n piled the foiemun to I lie II.T.-liy niMloa la "....n that tho tionrd, of
wu upon
! In the meantime too, a bitter fight else did. tOe clung/; to her now, but lisinil <|l1mi''i Hon., 11 oin' |hit couit "we l bond, I triiHtm.it of llrndford. County Klnrldn will\
inuliilaiul I and Cypress
R. G. Cooper, of Jacksonville, has opened in Nevada to stop the use Btlll bhe murmured pleudmcly : bet WI n the Cud the rrffflvtt .,nl." liliU for the pilrrhano of tftrio.
' the week-end with U. C. Wimberly dearest I k,:y. Linler, I heir .bout the blue I plaintiff !i.-iilli.v. linn) nil nf county bond of the county of llrad-
spent "I. tihull miss aunt
!: tof the lethal gas cage as a means of you, too '"Mils' unlit Is I lijlnx I I HIP. defpndnnt r..i'l lnl., of Hnrldii, tin tn and Includlnii
want to what life liili'D" inn swiftly."IJoloiiH of '.!.
, Jr. but. ulil I lido no see OIH IHth du Mnrch. IIPRnld -
{ will not I lie pliilnlllT I I I I Inlprpospil the
\ \ capital punishment. Attorneys ," wild I the young idiinter county loon,I. arc to h* daU'd, the tint
Mrs. humdrum
I, like from this
Burton Carruther in quiet,
and
1 | Mr. the fight to the highest; courts. I away ?" Jiid 1(P. lucia 1 WIIK II hasty comisuliia.I day nf Jwnnnry. 11122. anil arc. to hi In di..
carry 111'1'111,1 HIP
village. Cousin Marcla has written me "will I I you "iny inaiiy nMnilnallnim I .if (I ( varh. and to hear Inlfrmt .
t Jacksonville 1.11110.110
and baby of West ar- I In Hie" I I'ox clone of
I I tloii i Jury at i Hie
But since the Nevada legislature has brilliant life Sim si 1..rll..tI. i und looked, at him In at lien rule uf ala! per ..>nt pur annumpayahl .
'rind Sunday for a visit here with rel so much about the bright, whlih"' HIP fuieniaii. rosu again."Judge : I ,, aeml-annually.. on January Int and
atives.g voted the lethal gas cage the last word Bhe lends. They have asked ma to tently. / ," Li.. declined'' ""t. ii nil thedpfindant July tat of earS year. with Inturmt coupiinnattanhed
In "human execution," Gov. Emmett come so often. Marcia says that Uncle "} our wife I !I" Blip, imiimiiipd,, und Thv prlnolpat' and' lnt<*r..*t of MaidCfiunlv
Mrs. II. C. Wimberly! and, Miss Ethel clutched the rowlopkn.. convul not milllj.I llowHoinetcrJudifp bnndH am pnyHbl i lit th. banking 100"..
her llimelM
Boyle and state prisoner directors are and Aunt Wllllsum feel quite ofTendml : ,.
( I It 11t'1i I'll I like to UK we !been I IIIng my' (if thi. Hanover National Hank In it oit..n.1 .
Kicks were visitors to Jacksonville continuing with plans for its construction at my constant refuse to accept their l'l lX'l.v for u nioiiient, ":-On I" shecontinued vlato. nf Ntw York.Tho .
1 the wrong' maui ii.
t 'Y I'.lat know amtiiint of hontta 0r,1! for palo laIKISU
I
i Tuesday. and the deaths of the "test cas- Invitation. BO-so -" hurriedly oil dim (Ml. nnd the prlnc'pnl' of (aid c ,untyhonili .
(Miss Ollie Marr returned Monday "My poor wilful child my dear Innocent who I am or any t thliiK iilmiit HIP. Mhitll be dua and payable.' In ...rl.>. frtimllvs
es. The men are painlessly executedby Useful Fireplace.At .,,,, ...
"I don't care." itt ,ii',IiitIi cried.l "I to thirty yiara, rllvely. fmm' datatherrnf.
from a visit with relatives in Starke. lethal gas as they sleep in their Iambi" murmured Aunt Pris- flip, KvaiiHton: ( III) lipndqiinrteisof and tr> bo, |1..1, | In Murli... Itldfl will\
Willie Oliver of Jacksonville visit. cllla IndultfenUy. "I will'not say an- know that I love you. hit acrfMtml up to two clock p. on. on March
cells one of the nights during the Shp bud drifted, Into Big Cypress In the Hoy Scouts. u llreplutp himbeen "<. lUti. All blililnra, .... miulnd to di'uoal
,ed friends here Monday. week named for their execution.As other word. I must not forget that hud i...III.Irll'I.,1 i for I HIP study or II'ol"IIY > with (*. A. '...eh. .. ..nitary .,f Miild board
when the lust of the tourist*
May, .
youth yearns for a changn. of triutoni at rlorlda., a orrtlll -
und 1,111 Nloi/ for Hughie Sing 19 old nnd the lintel wart iJosed | d to I of the amountof
years "I must finish my packing If I expectto left Floildii *> .hek equal pr .nt
ular MeihanlcM StiiKar.lne. At the hasp
Iff FLORIDA INDUSTRIES .and Gee Jon 29 they merely know She hail come from Ta mnupa. Hhe explained bid aald check t' payable t the hoard
catch the train mustn't I, aunty are shown the different kinds i of materlalH of bond truMtumi of Ir."rl county, Florida
that they are doomed to lie. They asked Jessica. "And there la dear l luiiKyldly ; a touch ..t fever sneed In their, relative All hldtlf-ra. .ahall api-elfy, the arnnunt of
position bill for and the time within which the
Florida Development Board Makes have of the device lohert[ to good!.by to-" for rest for cluiiiKP .nl.
conception scientific Bay that make up HIP nlinta of the ('lIrlh. .om"l. with thn tarn thereof
Interesting Statement "Hubert had to out Into the Since then two wpc-ks hud punned, after. wi I by the Maid. elerb of laid
born of the war, that may carry go country At Ills (f''i', many different npm-lnipnx, "
: the she was to go. She hoard of bond *.. that dollviry nf bond*
and morrow tr
\ them to momentary fame as well as with his father again InterruptedAunt on of ore life shown. :'Ili,,i.i a. I,' a |nl Ii i> can he made.

\i; ,:Replies received from chambers of to death. They were convicted of a I 1'rlscllla. "lie was here with would never come. buck they knew lied, unit of n river lied', are also hull .C.Ufd check above referred to ,la to he
who had ,.
commerce on the questionnaire sent tong murder. Homo flowers for you long before you that brilliant bird of passage Into t lie fireplace. width I Is ornamental I with.the bid. a cubmltted"u.r.nl.and of f..1 ampl.ne
with the fishermen
out by the Florida] Development Board I were awake." lingered there talking us well us useful and It In asserted, the acceptance of lurh bid and the failure; on
The ]lethal gas execution popular "How kind be Is, the dear, dear fel- petting the fut children upon the that the fireplace III the only one of UK the part of the bidder. to comply with' the

requesting information regarding Importation when legalized by the legislature] has low I" murmured Jessica.' wharves, or reclining lazily In the kind III the country. trmc thereof damairea aame and ehall b.ono'd.n' a. !Ii.q'ilIatad !.

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of food which might be pro.duced stirred up a public tempest since the Robert Listen, the von of their nearest shade of a palmetto) tree pulling at board of bond truateea.Halil .b old

in Florida, show a wonderful day the "test cases" for it were sen- neighbor, had been a true and her cigarette."No I New York Import of Q.me. county bonda a. c He batted under
Chapter 8S22 of the Special' Acta of ton of
Opportunity: for securing home markets tenced. Thousands of protest lettersare loyal knight errant alnce the Bummer ," she answered Murdoch In .!gltatlnn. : The, diamonds und prurl' entering the Slate of Florida, and tu lamied for the

for greatly increased production pouring in on state officials, statIng before. It was he who had built the "I must go home. It Is Impossible. this |H>rt annually would be worth literally purpoee public of roada gradlne and and Improving. aiirfaclntf, and certain

tt j some crops and commodities and that lethal] gas killing is "inhu pretty vine-enclosed bower where Je- ." : uhnnt.. HO rentS to every person other public made of saId 1..lor .dlno,

lM for factories to convert certain man" and Is "the last word in refined tea read and did fancy work on pleasant Ned Murdoch rowed her back and ; III I the United States. The value of Florida.,
'I'S. of
the
ja'lt products into manufactured torture." afternoons. It was Robert who left her at the cottage door. Next the rut arid uncut gem -entering last rIght to.hI reject bo..1 any .bnd.1 t.,... reaarv

md marked out and cultivated a little morning she left Tampa. lie did not October Willi W,410,710. In addition Ky order of the Mid board of bowl truatee*
ls.JOpe.
G city in a county having 75 garden patch that wan the delight of see her again. to the real thing Imitation grin to tlm of Brfo.d County FloridaK. 8. MATTHEW. .

FILLERS S everybody who visited It. She wan gone, and Big Cypress value of l2,73 entered during the Chairman Board of lionS .....
i of Atlantic Ocean coast line, re- Don't let criticism worry you. Its Attest !
,
her
It seemed that a day could not pam swiftly forgot Hume' month.

$103,000 worth of canned fish absence would indicate your mental] but that Robert did some thoughtful Then the event occnrred which C. A.HeereUry FUTCH.Board of Bund TruaUe*.

rted last year, caught and can- Inferiority. act in her behalf. They had been famous changed his life. One evening at the Sixty Year a Golf Player. 1.10.55.5.11.l,41ICC .

principally) in the western states friends. Jessica actually shed hotel a tourist offered him a cigar Llpputy Hiirgpiin fieneral JfMipvr ofNorwiMid :
TO APPLY FOR
med reports from another coun- This is a season of great activityfor one or two tears as she thought of from the box. Ue took one and thf'l1Inatch"l I'niU' 1'lIolalld' ; who Inninety INT."nO'

ow canned fish imports totaling the fellows who have nothing todo. caving Newton without an opportunity : the box from the man'n. hand -three yearn old bus been playIng r will apply' at tha next meeting of ( .
nard of Pardona for pardon havlnir plead
00 per year. With business looking) up each to nay jood-by; to the best friend she and ttood staring at It like a man golf for more than HO year The guilty tn th chance of a murder In the ....ond

] will be consider- had ever known. hypnotized. For there on the Inside venerable medico" who I III till workingto drirreo at Hprlnv term of the Circuit. Cu..r
ere always a hall a separate alibi to provide. .
of Bradford Counts Florida
correct u slice played bill first 1111.NOAI
Bemand from housewives for can- Aunt 1'rjucllla found the forgotten of the lid was Doloren. I TA
box of flowers and alghed. She loved |sh which be kept on hand Honor the in thy house ]lest I
may guest the frank handsome light-hearted ecstasy of happiness. lIe would find course ''IIY l hll'k> In in.8.-The Argonaut. -.

Itely and quickly prepared for he come not again. youth who had been the life of the her now-why had he never thought ('OMMIUHIONERSBALK

g when needed. place. of going( to Tampa before? lie would Hereby notice ,le gIven that we. th..nltr
laned by .. of certain
|ida has a longer coast line than Human, nature is something to train All through a month Aunt PrlsoilU find her and bring her back to he his Reform. ,torr.o"ml.'on.,'. of lain made ."I.entered by thejudire

her state and millions of pounds and refine; it can't be destroyed. Even received letters from JesNlcu. They wife. "'Nh.." you entered politic you announccd Florida.of In the chancery clreuit. .on February of Bradford it. \Vlt.county In..

If caught in the ocean, gulf and the fool reformers 0'' fht to know bubbled over with all the evanescenceof He took the morning train for Tam. yourself all a reformer." that certain e. now "n.\no$ In aald c.url.wharuin ,
to the cigar fliclory. "I am Btlll u reformer," protpstpiS'enafor : h. I'arrieh are complainant
whose had made his
| streams are shipped on ice to tat.-Houston Post. a girl JIfe become one pa and way and Kdiiar *. I'arrUh el al de
R in other states but there constant round of pleasure. Then 'the; There, having obtained an Interview ... .(hulII. 'Hut I am ,,"II;:ei1' feniania. will nffer for Hale and wi cell. tn
with tine manufacturer fa< to I Ii.;. dlsirePt owing; to dlfl<.reiiiPM olopinion i the hlitheat and bent bidder for In front
became briefer and briefer.
ib J be a number of fish canneries First it's the brew law. then it's theblue which of the eourthouae door In Htorke, t'I".hl.l. d.irInw .
Then there ass a whole month dnr- stated Ms cnlt b'Jdly.. < un to partleular style' of lh'lirifftl houm of >al. on Monttay the
0 t develop our sea food resources law.-Bufi'alo Enquirer. reform III entitled to 3rd of crilied
big which DO word came from the distant "You are nndr n mistake, senor prei'pdeiu In April l"22 lin following d >
Sn vert them into wealth and ate public attention." real eetate lyIng and bino In Bradford coiflty.Flriia. .
I "However. I think
niece. At Its end. however there aid' the Spaniard. towlirHuuth
.b. time furnish employment to There's one consolation-the reformers to of Northeut of "
I happen Quarter
arrived a brief note from Jeiwlra. II you are sincere, and 1111 J.lf .U.n
to'close Hl I.. &,n.n Honlh., IUne Twenty
a umbers can't compel us our Tawnehlp
of residents read : "There l la trouble. I am coming know whpre yon ran find! the'.SpnoflfaHotoren. If. you want to be regarded as aperson on. 1t

.0 fity In the citrus fruit section umbrellas on a rainy Sunday.-Seate home" and two morning liter JeHHlmntfhg I will tell you. flo to nurn of brains let the other fellow O. 'II INVAN'

tate Imports annually $12,000 Post-Intelligencer. JUrI: :_.-_h. ." .IMI., ,."....,... .t,., .r- 1:!:. .jven'...._ "'r..n.n -1l-.aJ.u! spill the beans J C.. A.. IKfc4.KNIOIir .

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FRIDAY, MARCH 10. 192%.

ltADFOItD COUNTY TELEtHlAJ>II. STAltKE, FLORIDA ,

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i!. PAGE E----- ____. .._..._ n uneasiness and Friday she Rookie-Cut It ain't empty, sir; .
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''I I c. .:. ca;*.. here Monday 1 warranted in Jackson. 1 It's loaded.-Newport Recruit J LOOK/ing tvr Vlftueebet1 .
hospital .
V -' .m'a Miss Gladys Duke was the guest of was taken to a -.L ";\ you Imvv n inml/ 1i. ,,.;

I __",,,--y Miss Lola Purdah Friday. I ville. St.. When a fellow culls you 1& liar you 't ur, fiH'i' % coiiMiKr i, tar'!, .(." I i I s

I : Mrs B. L. Duke and son, Dana I Mr. and Mrs. Cligord! Bailey of i punch him-but others wonder if it Of )'.0111' 11I."IIIUIIl.III"
i n were guests of Mrs P. P. Dekle Fri. Petersburg are visiting relatives fora I vlgoiVof this imin.: 'hl' III"'IY'' '

News Itemsr day. I few weeks but expect soon to leave I Is truo. of nnotluT( the llliomllty' of n ifclrtl
i iI
County of Worthington E. for New York to visit her parents. loaf is better and so on. For thorn U notlrt-ug BO entrrtnlrilug .
Drew Dukes half
that a
I4 t I i .._ _-_ i --_--. i _JggpUiUr night) I They LIllY us a lively fiunga tit> the virtues ..
-- n ? : : vcc--;: Jh I Douglas and W. Kerce, of Guilford,, I Elmer Fralick left Monday than no loaf at all, but many a new exhibited In Iht elm rurter of

; .*t1n, Pacts tlwred During the by Our were here on business Saturday. I for Palatka to consult a rheumatic husband l doesn't believe it. those "e converse with occurring uauuitiouHly >
I
__ I Regular Correspondents. specialist.W. us possible., Let thin, therefore

HAMPTON: L. Summers was among the first When a woman marries for money be iilnnys= ul Imijil. Marcus AU-

.w..r+...r.... to have produce ready for the market,, she gets what is coming to herbutnot rxlliu Antuuiiiiia.Invtrlfcto: .
rw. I
Lk 1"1.mars e Hampton, March 10.-W. R. Jackson having sold< English peas last Mon always in cash' -- --

LONG BRIDGE : day have : : Met
and family of Valdosta recently -
of: Providence, was day.Mrs
r I Hoke Williams in town located in the Geiger residence J.: C. Ward and son, Johnnie, I Politeness costs; nothing, but its She-"So you ure engaged, to MianBnggs.
affairs
March la-Mrs.! CarS )looking after business of Mr. and Mrs, its I cnn't see anything
Long Bridge, on Main street.J. were Sunday guests value is not to be measured by I'm sure !
.rie Dowling and little daughter; are Monday W. F. Smith. I attractive about that \\ {oman." HeNeither -
S : and! llamp of II. O'Keefe who has been substitute cost. ,
: spending a while in Sta ;ke with relitivea Dennis Andrews son Feb. 25th in the can I ere", It; but It's In the
Raiford, motored to Lake Butler or car inspector for W. R. Jack Saturday nigh, bank all rlgi>*."-Boston Transcript.Bridges / .

'I and friends. to bun 1I 1- Monday. son, returned to his home in Adel,,, stillness of the dark save only for a Silence is golden especially when -- t
W. T. Turner was attending alive to the world, -
,J Kaiford was attending Ga., Sunday. few who were yet the tax assessor is around.
ness in Starke Saturday. II. W Raiford, of fell lighting the firmament,, 'Voman-Never ask your : In History
I Monday. Geo. F. Young of Lawtey, was looking a meteor Married ,G
Mr. and to business in town I of Village la the
illuminating mt'IIllIn!
and Mrs. Jesse Cnson, another followed with The only
Mr.
after his mercantile business here then soon husband for money. a
Gourney Crews IIlIIl Miss Violet MUello and Mr. Eustis and with hushed canonical Scrk lures Is luil-"otly! In
to
: j Mrs. Joe Dowlinpr, brilliance, Proud Bride-I never have ,
New Kitr \ of Raiford, were united in Saturday. prlmlpnlliy "f Tiv-h.ir, a district
Crews the
to
motored noises
heard I like
Tommy Crews voices the spectators such darling he sleeps
I Sunday afternoon at four P.' J. Pearce was transacting business I Charlie's a to the northeast of tl.i S -n "IT Galilee.

I Sunday afternoon. I. marriage the home of the brlde'H par. in Starke Monday. as if the seven thunders pealed their I a baby all night long.-Washington At this place a bridge la nld to exist
win + o'clock at
Mrs. Carl Wynn, of Sampson voices over the community and one > 'tfJSl:;: I Arabs "th. ,
i I in West Butler. Mr. and Mrs F. A. Scott, of Starke Times. still which Is railed by the i
ants
I our section Sunday. were motoring in Hampton Sunday.S by one all the stars slowly disappeared bridge of the mum of Jacob.: The

I Dr. King, of Lake Duller pl&SIIt'J This young couple have the good M. Simmons telegraph operator except a few fixed ones. Brains make the man, but the soul Romans are cre.IIH',1Vlth bring tile

: through here last week enrouUj I to wishes of the community who wish has as his guests this week his mother A. L. Driggers, Jr., 8 year old, entertained of woman is her chief attraction first cou i
them God speed in the journey of life. friends with n .
New River. Mrs. Simmons and sister Mr*. his little over sirenms.NOTICE'
Crews was a visitor 1 to In honor of Mrs. Margaret Townsend afternoon D.-CI
Gourney Mrs. Britt both of Virginia. birthday party last Wednesday She Was Safe. I !: OF APPLICATION FOR TAX >
Lake Butler last week. and, baby Mary Naomi, I from 4 to 6 o'clock. II OF TUB!!
badfXurfji" SECTION 873
1' Dr. Biggs, of Starke, was a professional Little (:JII'I'II' hud been iimimmlly I UNDER
and Charlie McKinnu: ; Coleman and! Miss Marshall' folks Q
little
Parnell Goo. STATUTES
Tuck eighteen GENERAL
( 'j visitor here this week. I There were /: the nuking of the blending.
passed through our hurl( Monday *n- Proctor Mrs J. M. Mann entertained present. Games were played then all "fllinlys.;' I shall spank ::you" her 1 hereby notice I I. given that, R. A. Work
Miss Ethel Hunt hat been a recent of lax ono wrtifleatm nutnbrnitnwpeotlvoly I;
28th. ptirrhiurr
j' route to New River.A at dinner Tuesday, Feb. went'in the dining room where dain- mother sat! KCMwty. ill 121: '12H and 181. Innuril bY '

I!, peanut' popping was", given at th!! The morning hours were spent in visitor to Starke. ty refreshments were served. "You ,ciiti't" trliimphnntly' shouted the tax cnllector fur Bradford county Florida ','
dated the 7th da, of
\ a home of Mrs. V. Supp Thursday night social" conversation and at noon a Dr. Middleton of Starke has been Gladys, "I'm nit I"Ins down. iinld July) OMtlflcaU-s A. D. IIIIH" being him sled acid curUftcau In (
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and larne crowd attended. I delicious repast was served. The afternoon here this week attending to professional my -office, and him mmlo Bpplicntion for tax '
FOUND MANY PEDAL DEFECTS A Transmitter."Do dared. 1 to l,Bue in accordance with law. The ;
Rook after '
business.Mr. .
l at ,
embrace the rule
Melvin McKinney, \\Tntoruak section was spent I Bald certificate respectively
cake Williams of Lake your constituents expect yea land 'in Bradford county Morliln. anmiuuMl -
crush and were and Mrs. Icmtntr
which .
was in our burg Thursday evening orange Investigators Discovered Bad Condition to do their thinking for them?" 1 at the data of the tnaimncu of Bald cortittcalcii
served by the hostess Butler, were were the guests'of their In tho rumen r...ipe tiv.ily. hereinafter
New Sorghum.
of Affara! Among "No answered Senator
Guy 1'inholator of Brooker, pnHse,< Mrs J. R. Chastain entertained at son, E. C. Williams for several days York School Children. "My: mull reveals more and more etendency particularly Cvrtitlcnto' Mil No.forth 117 to-witt embrace. Northwest

afternoon. last week. I thinkIng f Northwest Quarter, sec 5. Tp. *
through heroMonday.U. rook Tuesday on their part to do my Quarter (> J. A. Row.
muiweed
D. Johns and Letter Pinhol ter. Mrs. Malcolm Riherd entertained Miss[ Ethel Hunt, Mr. and Mrs. Simmons The bonrd of health of New York for me." B.Ortillrutc U. 21 E., 40 No.Heron IM embraces Wont Half ofRoutheet '

r number of her friends at Rook Tuesday and Mrs. Britt motored to Shu- city has recently made a special study Quarter of Southeiwt Quarter S,M 'tiI.
in this section or a I ,
81'BJILup".n.
aanusiied
of Pine Hill were .. 6 S, Ie.2. : E., 20 acres,
afternoon .er grove, Alenhua county last Satur- of the feet of the children In one of He Saw Through It. 9. 1p. .. .

Sunday.; E. L. Greene of Sebring, spent day. the public schools with a view to nixhy-Wnlter'! Was thl chlrhmcooked Certillcnle No. 126 embraces Kant. Half ofNurthwst 'f
Jennie Lou Hodges spent Suturdaj; Mrs. Quarter of Snulhuunt Quarter law t
New River with hei several days last week with Mr, and E. V. Priest, of Green Cove Springs,, obtaining some idea of the prevalence 1 with X-rnyst 11 Tp. 8 S, It. 22 E., 20 acres, aunged Un ,.:,,
and Sunday at interests of pedal. "tlefei'ts among young boys Walter (b..wlltJered-WIIY.) er-no; known. ,\
Mrs. Malcolm Riherd. was looking after business embracea best at SW
Rachel Tyson. Certincala No. 161
grandmother, Mrs. and girls., that It, yes, sir. of Northeast. Quarlor \
y,
Mr. and Mrs Joo Hodires) ; II lid 1 The series of meetings at the Christian here this week. The examination, made by orthopedic Hlxhy-I thought to; I can't MM Cor and of Southwest:!run E B71 QuarUr S-4 ft.. N son ft. Wi,. ,;li!

daughters:! spent Sunday in New River, I church closed last Friday evening Rev. Butler will preach at the Baptist snwon, appeared to show that anything but lionmi.-A. !Maurice.\ 8-4 ft. S SOS ft., to b"lf In J. M., Johns....8-D i..d l :. (1.",
11 sera a
and E.
22
R. it'
church Sunday tit 11 a. m. See 81 Tn 6 8. .
and, children bias touch defects are much commoner than ,
w Mr. and Mrs. Gene Moody and much good was done for the T. F. Hemlnnway. )
spent Sunday at New River vNitini ter's cause, .7:30: p. m. f has been supposed. The number ofchildren Hero*. \ UnlMis meld l ccrtmcaU-s'I'shall will 1: Ru "uimniaccordlnic IPPINK: +p'\

A. Johns. I Mes- Mrs. Idella Priest la visiting rela- I examined was :'IfifJ. Seven percent "No man H n hero to his "...Jet." to law, tax 102JWltncsi ..Ifj','
Mr. and Mrs. C. Mr. and Mrs P. M. Padgett, the 10th lily of April A D. :
? I ivea and friends at Green Cove this of the buys nod 0 per cent of "Why Hhould, hit'Ish[ \ to lie?" Inquired 1 on my ofTlclal liwnature ...,1 seal this ltd'
Tyson( of New River, passed lames Secber King and J. F.. Maine '
Adam ( .
week. the glrM were found to have deformed bliss (',')'''''"1'. "My: Impression : Mk day of March. A. D. 1922. .

through our section last week en- motored to Lnwtey Tuesday[ Burke of Waldo will preachat toes Six per rent of the boys= and Is Hint the kind' of heroes >titiHtnilly G. Clerk W. AI.DERMAN.Circuit Court, .a.
Rev.
route to Lake Butler. I Mr. McLt-od and sister motored to at I 13 per rent"of the RliN! hut "flat font"Fortyseven ndnilre tire motion plcturfheroes. I I Seal) Bradford Count Fla. i(: ,

l Among those who attended tho pea i :Melrose for a visit with friends. the Methodist church Sunday per tent of tile boys and ." By C. A. KNIGHT fr''
-. Deputy Clerk.runwk }
t
4 .
4 nut popping at the home of Mr. and i Mr. and Mrs[ Marion Dowling and p. m. 71 po/ cent of the girls:' hod "weak a-10-nt ,) '

Mrs. Jim Thomas at New River Tuesday : Miss: Mae! Duke motored) to Lake City George Allen, of Micanopy is here I feet. Ten per cent of the hoys and '! ":(.-,:'

night were Jessie Lee Dowlin,, Saturday. this week prospecting and expects to IT I""t i Pent of the /girls had Ingrow ,

his family here within a few ing tuennlls. The feet of 30 per cent
move
Mrs. Mary Canon, Winnio Mae Canon Miss: Madeline Hoddin spent the 'It.
of the boys and 20 I per lent of the
Gladys Crews, Rhoda Doivlinff,, week-end with friends in ValdostaMr. clay. girls revealed cornn or other excrescences. \,.

Joe fowling, Maude Crews, Donald : and Mrs. Patria Tomasella, ot R, L. Dirt and family were visiting. Tnenty-oni per rent of the \t.\j

Grafton, Gerald and Clarence Adkin, Johnstown motored to .Lake Butler in Starke Sunday. boys OIU2\ per rent of the girls

Onio Rivers, George Rivers, Annie i Monday afternoon. Last Wednesday, March 1st, Mrs. walked) with their' tnc s turned. In. "

$ Mae: Johns Everett Renfroe and sister Improvement has been made in the W. E. Allgood entertained the young:( Mont of these troubles were of a -- e'j

Avy, Mr. and Mrs.' I>. S. Crews. depot park by the setting of bamboo. people at her beautiful home east of chflrncler admitting of correction and j[ IliI.JTIJi \\ij

I.... Renfroe of New of Guilford town. Interesting games were played cure with proper treatment If neglected -
r. t Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Mrs. Shep Roberts was

I; River moved here Monday. I the guest of her mother, \Mrs. Matilda and orangeade and cake served at thorn ,might said cripple the surgeons and Inipalr some the of APRILBrunswick t

15: M. Hodges, of New River, wall Crews, Tuesday.The the clone of the evening' Those present efllrleney of the children affected.

in this section Sunday. I Woman's Club met Monday, afternoon were Messrs. S. M. Simmons W. The surgeons/ .. recommended] that all ,

P. S. Crews, of New River was in I at I 5 o'clock in regular business II. Maxwell, Hemmitigway, Russell crowing children, be examined, for Records

'y our section' Monday.: '' session !Mrs ]II F. Priester, first Dyal Dennis and Holland Brannen such dt'ferty sad. | Hint those affected 1

7 Oscar Thomas of Watermill was vice president presiding. Claud Houser Misses Daisy Moore, be watched
1, here Monday. I Messrs. Zen Duke and Math Duke, Margie Houscr, Julia Maxwell, Bessie later In life they may be "foot-sound." .

P. B. Crews was attending to busta i- of Five Mile, were business visitors to Maxwell, Elizabeth Wheeler, Ethel -riilladelplilaBELONG l.e.l/pr./ OPERATIC jl I

int? oti t Hunt Elsie Hinaon and Mrs. Wil la nli.me-Harrnnlo ill Hoilnlfo iHmlolph't NnrrMlv> Act
Lake Butler Saturday.
Saturday. .
ness in New River TO PREHISTORIC DAY MOOR I tl'll'elnl) Tenni' In llnllnn Mario' (fhamle' ,
:: Ardell Drnwdy and mother, of Five liams. They report a very pleasant R.inl; M..ni.u .All "'",<'.. IMIIIIO IniHRi' (P....rl. F"or1011'.I) Art \
'IIII ,, .M. rhaml.H
I III. Hivns 2 MU..entl I or n r in Krviith inn' .
t GRAHAMGraham Mile, were callers to town Saturday. ovening In Iloh.'me--A.dlq 'l'nI..II..t| III ll'm-rnin Hopmno. In "'>!:.
Bones of Whales Possibly Ten Thousand f ..
of Graham was .I'.n FYnrnnrn 'K lnnurimiil
-f Misses Norma Dekle and Ruby Mrs. Broughton Yean Old Recently Un- I Oil5mm ( tlalmnfra I Utvs I. lIkea WOO Mini tee 1 (HLttHnprnnn i
the of Mrs. D. W. Swindel Sun- In French[ . Klorxnci, KuMon.tiiilrra joy61M11.
J' March 10.-Tommy-Was- Proctor spent the week-end at Five guest earthed on English Farm. I (. limlri--Neinlfa' day. --. { dv ) II.' .ni l.iMlon. In llallun. n10..pI.. Dnnlit ,11:
Waldo .. !
din and daughter, Estelle, of 400 ""..0'.1, It ''v...". ..".U.n... in
.T"1"10
Mile.Rev r.
were visitors' here Monday. S. S. Proctor tilled his appointment : Rev. Dodd, of Brooklyn' preached at The skeleton of two whales dating ". < ? . .Ulu' ..l>ps Uunl.

+ Rev. Alfred McKinney and at the State Farm Sunday. : the Christian church Sunday. back It Is supposed. 10,000 to 12,000 1I INSTRUMENTAL I:

ttr ran'l-I B. J. Prevatt and family, of Starke were founud by two workmen I SnloniA-s nnnrv-.rart I Faun Ins Mould Drama "S'.lom,,"
J.I\ Mann and son Howard years .
daughter, Miss Lola Moody, !Mrs. ; { "' ? I"ch..r" Hlrsus. and Hym phony O..h.. ...
their home this week. were guests of Mrs. J. F. Johnson last on a farm near Peterborough according X. ."", 1in M.I"' ..,nt-"UiL"" .-Hnil II prom III. Mu.'e, llriT,... 'Si, nm."
Tuesday with relatives at Sampson. vere ill at I.In"0.trt.. "'h"r" BlniuKH. 1..., Symphony Oirhcmral
t 1 business visitor I Mrs. Matilda Crews has moved into Sunday. to the Westminster Gazette. Some ) I >>l>rlni.< hint 1Mno.d.I..I.nI. I'l.innfnrle Solo l..n|..n. M' Marvin Ogden was a of the teeth and bones were submittedto 'I.50 { 'llm I'lnllrtrr. (In iMinjrnkl, I riiammuUt) Hl.incjforl) Hnlo"H"
and Mrs. E. C. Williams were ; R'
Mr. .
seat Tuesday. the Pinholster cottage recently vacat- L.upnld .I ;!
to the county Doctor Djrrood of Alconbury hill, 'violin .
.1' Ml""rl" '. .
< Mnirtrlt
Jacksonville last ) (Op. U) .Wh'nlow.kll)
Wiley-Edmondson, of Sampson was 'I.'d by \Mr and Mrs. C. A. Savage. business visitors to Huntingdonshire and he In company 1500 { ,., . Rronll.w, lIob..rnt..n .l,
I i.au 1\101..1.. lop /2. N0. ai'lTWl.lkow.k ) Violin Salo, '
w visitor here Wednesday' afternoon. Col. A. Z. Adkins, of Starke, mo- Friday. with two zoological experts,. visited ""' "" Huherma" <
F. E. Henry purchased a Dodge car P...H..crBe,.c lon (PuccinI|) Concert n'/nrt" '
after- all the bones
Y' E. J. Murrhee and K. B., were business ored; to Lake Butler Monday the farm and obtained SIOil) / ""'"'. ItH"ttI Bind .
Tuesday.Mr. loon. this week.D. with the result! that one of the whales I.no To.r-sol.cllon to Sampson
., .visitors and' Mrs. Simmy Thomas spent W. Moore, of Theressa, was a has been set up. tl'17 I (........n.. t-.. I'lano ICon',.,) ?????,. &K'&Vr's' '! ?('. IS# 1
business. FIVE MILE business visitor here Tuesday.J. The whales were lying side by side tae: { 6rrruwtch| | Witch (IConfreyl Rnctlmo Piano tfolo /... Confro/
Tuesday in Hampton on under the und Just embedded In CONCERT
had his peat,
s J. recently
Sparkman ,,
Math Wasdin and Will J. BONi I ... .k..nl..or .
4? Messrs. Five Mile March 10.-Oren Dekle residence on Church street repairedand the clay. On the whole the bones are I.lilt { I..:......-. wr, nunuu. ,..-rrr7srTrTror:0aKir,;; !.
; Jones were business' visitors to the I In good condition, and those that have U i,,,.,.r.l. llrlHllw ilolm"' | | (Sir Arthur auliiv.V" -,
4 Butler the interior painted.J. Itoai \ ..
visitor to Lake FridayMr
was a Colt ebrta Choir
county neat Thursday. business been taken out carefully are scarcely I""" \ II.. fc ..f.\K... tToplo I, r Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Dyal spent Fri- and Mrs. J. L. Simpson were R. Davis, of Starke was a broken. Unfortunately the skulls are Mir. TIIT..ny and "'".ob.'h I.ennot, .
I business. meats of Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Dekle visitor here this week. damaged DOHA Sons of the "MmIi On" tRoberl.oo-Rh-Jl.rber" Raruonn.
seat
day at the county on f < BOnO1" :
Dixon Saturday.; Mr. and Mrs. Burrows of Starke, It Is believed that many thousand I.Ill Itollln. Down to .110, Klpln.a.rm, | ) B.rUon.lh"d
Equilla
and Mrs. .
Will Jones B<"""1
I business callers to Hampton on Seeber Stokes Jimmie Nessmlth, were ,visiting in town Sunday, I years ago these n'hales\ and pertia.pt: POPULAR"M""d

H were Misses\ Grettis Thomas and Elsie Mrs., Elsie Sparkman has had her I others swam up a creek,, when' the 1551 *'''lHlj'T.'ir'l! 81"M' 'Ionlnnl' Tenor end Tlsrltonou"
Friday afternoon. { It ,
't-I
here repaired.The wish", Clime further Inland, and got 10< l .r..II" .. Orchestra,
Wasdin and Fclton Graves Stokes+ visited friends Saturday. dwelling 11..111"11' alone IP Ih "pun 8"Ulr" 'r..n" ..
Mrs. R. S. at the of spring tide "I .S.rnnrd .
caught top a with CMI 'enton' Orrb..traties
T r from Windermere; Mrs. D. I. Blume and Miss Josephine public school term will close f t.run,,) Young l..wl,. 'k." .....lIn". .... .. .F..n..t II.r. ;\'
returned Friday school has been a In a place where they were unable to "I.' ..'. ............ t l.vty, mlversl l"'r"on. l"rHNhmmv '
The Saxol hon&
,, where they spent the winter. flume were guests of Mrs. Lil here today: turn. 7W j. "''''' ''. ...11PlerlI.h..Mnrun . . . ... ..:>.nestH....
',;! and the faithful work: of both I..... "
K Percy Wood, of ZifT, Levy Prescott ian Dekle Sunday. success Another theory has been advanced, tlHO 1b'\ lalawaaa LulJ.b lwhns-ataVi'k Tenorl'and aenlon.uartd

y and Lacy Prevatt were here on bus!- Joe and Calvin Touchtone, Lloyd teachers and pupils is highly appre- though It U ratlrr fi r-fctched. Some I. Charles Hart an.; Elliott Shaw I'

and Marvin Johnson spent Sunday ciated. fears ago a prehistoric boat was FOR DANCING

yt, ness Uncle Saturday.Hob Surrency and Henry Pad- with Kirke and'Julian Dekle. Mr., and Mrs. E. C. Williams visit- dug up In the same Held, and the suggestion : tint 130 { ""Dtr. of India-Fox Trot I KlmskvKutMlioirAtomfat 'J.'an.l'1'', !;> Cn"' "'''n.

and L. G. Johnson attended ed his parents in Lake Butler Saturday lias been made-that the crew Trot IOn.ll-w.nl

motored to Starke Sunday after. B 1... Duke fO.1 It..lv Wlvlo.11'. ('e.Iol.nlnnS,
gett a woodsawirfg", at the home of and,Sunday. of the hunt wits! hunting/ the whale tl" '(aa 'Gla ''IAn r Nicer.-.4)w Nrnm.Trot 1J.1n111.; Y mdnonl.

noon. at the particular..rrlnd_ 150 \ (' .Kru.grr. Orrhner.ardin.
Mr. and Mrs B. Powell Saturday. "h.F"OIl T.o l Ringle' "n, Krur.er'a U,' h..a
Dr. Middleton of Starke was a caUler Three U't'hwk 1m Ih. Montnor-W..IU .T...,.. anbl"dal7s .
John Newmans, Norman and Ranee PROVIDENCE tiltS { Pan 1 "eOIOn. urchtra
here Sunday afternoon. It !is to the people of the wide "l1lana LoILbr-W.Its Tor.I.-Kend.( ,11
up
and -
Mattie Williams .
Parrish, Mrs Carl F.nton's. O..h..t.a'
1 Rev. Colonel Crosby, of Sampson, Miss Lola Parrish attended a party Providence, March 10.-Miss Rivy world to see that is does not becometoo seat. "u.' Llttl. Le. 50o5-Fos". ........Coops. ,

", will preach at the Baptist. church on it the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur I Fralick left Tuesday to visit her sister harrow. 70e { M] Mamm7 Kn.w_ '... Trot (D. Cose..Jerum.l ihem: Jon..: Orchestra ,

Saturday and Sunday Hunter evening. Mrs. Purvis Mott and brother, Cnu.np0. Trot (TOIIDtr-Lewl.-AI..tI Iob..m lone" Orchestra I
Friday .
Everett Wasdin of Waldo spent I of man's brains is not tm ,
a Rwg.r' Orchestra
The quality {
Palatka.
4 I Orestes Fralick in ISO ,. Re.-W01
Miss' Gertrude Parrish and brother no..n.b B1" -" Trot '
i, the week-end with his grandparents, W. L. Blair has returned home after always indicated by his speech. Some .er'. O..b..tra
;
Julius, attended a sing at Unity Good-DT. 8hM.h! _Fo, Trot (Joen.o5 5(0%,.
I Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Dyal. several weeks' service on Federal talk less in order to think more. *Cape { Orchestra l J
Joe Durchell was a business visitorto church Sunday' afternoon. Wbll.' Ml.ml _r Trot. (Eeen: .iR".11' .
Mrs!! Hattie Dukes visited! relativesat grand jury in Jacksonville.' Carl Fsatua'a Orebostm
the county seat Monday. Little Miss Bertha Roberts is When a woman marries a man for I
Halnesworth recently
f Miss Estelle Wasdin, of Waldo Math Dukes and Ardell Drawdy attended spending the week with her sister at his money only to find that he has :.

pent the week with Ruby Dyal. the minstrel at Lake Butler Mikeaville. married her for the same reason they Consumers Lumber Co. .

Mr. Percy Woods, of ZilT, and Miss ought to live happily in their mutual

Mary Powell, of this place, were united I Wednesday evening. misfor-tune :,F
revenge.
Duke visited their
in marriage Sunday afternoon at Dana and Gladys ,\

brother Jesse Wood. sister Mrs. Lena Drawdy last week. noon of the .1.
the home of his the sideboards Probably ninety per cent men
off -
she taking
the which was
F
4 Mr. and Mrs. B. Gainey were
Rev. J R. Seville of the Christian her beneath it. who are trying to reform the world ,w 1
9 fell and pinned
of Mr. and'Mrs. L. G. Johnson ,
1 crowd at guests
church, officiating. Quite a Her little daughter pulled off enoughof would be more useful citizens If they .

tended. Their many friends. wish them Monday Mr and Mrs. Ancil Parrish were the weight to allow her to crawl would go to work.-Boston. Shoe and (

happiness and .Buccea.t. guests/: of Mr. and Mrs. D. I Blume from beneath it and then called for Leather Reporter. I "I

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help Unfortunately Mr. Shallar was ,
LAKE BUTLER Monday.T. Officer In charge of rifle range-;
and were
Pinkston! S. Dukes and P. Dekle in Lake Butler neighbors

March-10.-H. C. Pee- called on D. I. Blume Sunday. sent for, who called Drs. Mains and Don't you"know. any better than to ? N P1.Fa I

Lake Butler motored to town Mon- Eliza Douglas and daughtewer ,' ,King. for medical aid. Her condition point an empty gun At met
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