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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 17, 1922
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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BOOZE CAUSES TROUBLE MRS. KATIE GERTRUDE HILLIS BONUS PLAN IN A !MUDDLE\ BERRY SHIPPING LIVELY ;; ;) ,' )fU ROY KILLED : BIDS FOR BONDS OPENED WEDNESDAY .
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4trangers Claim Los of Money During Filled to its utmost capacity and Compromise Measure Finds. Rough Large Quantities of Crimson Dainties Shot Sunday near I '

Joy Ride with many people unable to obtain Sledding in CommitteeThe Leave Starke Daily Jacksonville Many Qualifying Condition Imposed tit .

standing room the spacious homo of by Bidder Resulted in No Sal

Tuesday afternoon three strangerscame Mr. N. T. Ritch was the scene Sun- formal presentation to the Strawberry shipping: from Starke W. E. Johns, son of the late Wm. --- I.

to Starke. One was F. Townsend day afternoon of the funeral of his house of the compromise soldiers' bo- its now in full swing. Until the lat Johns, of the Hampton section, was Bids for the issue of $5: !0,0l)0) of '

of Palatka one a Mr. Padgett/ beloved and only daughter Mrs. Katie nus bill-was held up and delayed when ter portion of last week the cool, rainy I fatally shot in u melee near Jacksonville I II Bradford county road I bonds were '

owner of the automobile they traveledin Gertrude Hillis, who spent her childhood the Republicans on the house ways. weather had retarded the ripening of Sunday night. From what can opened Wednesday afternoon by the .

1 and the third; W. Francis, who and youth in Starke but for a : and means committee encounteredsome She berries and few were shipped. The I be inferred. ho was an innocent bystander board of bond l trustees, but did not

acted as chauffeur. They were on their number of years past has made her apparently unlocked for snags bl'rrlesVel'O off color and the price during the occurrence and the result in a sale. Tho bids were all

way to Hampton where they intendedto home in Colorado Springs Colorado.The in their further consideration of the was around $t .//iO per biiHht! But I bullet that struck him was probably. Hindu at slightly better than !115> per

take the G. S. & F. train to White body of Mrs. Hillis arrived here compromise bill. I Saturday large !quantities of berries intended for someone elsiv The following ce.it, bat Were hedged about vifh

Springs. They were under the Influ. Saturday morning from Colorado It is understood an unsuccessful effort -I cable in, they had fine color anti the ] : from Sunday's 'Tintes-Ilnion ,I commission and depository conditionsthat ,

ence of liquor while here. Springs where she died Monday, the was made to confine the bonus price rose at once. Ten dollars a bus- gives n nu-ngru account of tho (j'cur-I made! their real value more or t

arrested 6th inst., after a short illness. Accompanying largely to the adjusted service certificate hel was ,:tl'nl'rullylid and some fancy | Fence: ,I loss obscure. The bids were an follows 1

speeding. the body were her husband option. It seems the propositionto berries brought as high us $13.50/ per I I \\'. R.: Johns, of Kings Road, Mon- :

bond of $25 was given for the chnu- Mr.' Arthur Hillis and his sister require the Democrats on the com- bushel. cricf section was rushed to St. Lukes W. W. Flournoy & Cu., DeFuniak ,

fenr. Later in the evening about 11 Miss Margaret Hillis. At the depot mittee to cast their votes on the bill This week the shipments have been i hospital shortly before 1:30: ( o'clock Springs/ Flu, for the bonds anti ne :

o'clock, while Padgett was not in the the body was met by the family without having full opportunity to heavy every day and. $9 and upwardshas 1 this morning sllT'ringCrom! n ,,(serious cruel Interest to the time of delivery, +::11

t car, Drew Alvarez, Jr., and Willie and it number of close personal friends consider it met with some opposition been paid, per bushel.] :Monday nn I pistol wound in hiM abdomen.. It was $:'i7,735:! net. The accrued interest up r

Kite ,got: into the car with them and and was carried to the home of her and it was indicated that when tho express car loaded to capacity with stated that he had only n slight chanceto to the time of delivery! would hitvobrninht

more liquor was imbibed. They drove father, Mr. N. T. Ritch, on North wal- measure was put in final form by the )'l'frigI'ratorsVIIS sent off E.: M. recover. .. this bid down to $,)0,0)0.() ( I

the car at top speed down Call street nut street. There the body rested In Republicans the majority members Thomas loaded a fruit growers' express :- The police arc looking for Joe< Peterson Prmlen & Co., Toledo I Ohio, $:;)39- ; ,

and out of town eastward. the light gray casket and surrounded would be given time to study its pro- car for Philadelphia, and C. A. 28, who is said to reside near 715 and accrued interest with certain

r, Early Wednesday morning Townsend by flowers sent by friends ns testimonials I visions before final committee action. Durling one for Chicago This car, Lafknwamm .Springs." According to I depository conditions that would have,

e and Francis returned to Starke of their grief. The flowers Members of the committee said no containing nearly 400 bUKh'lsVIIS |11,. R. Johns, brother of the wounded< lied up final settlement for the bonds I

t' with a tale of woe. They claimed that Were all of great beauty and many of important alterations had been mado the first solid car of berries sent from, boy, the affair oceurod in front of a I over a period of thirty-threw ..

' the car had been stuck in a mudholc the pieces were of the most lovely do- in the compromise plan eliminatingthe Starke to Chicago.So : 'i resort or road house, on I Kings road, Culdwell & Co., Nashville, Tenn.,

and while they were sleeping,: await- signs. The I. VIII Club, of which thnleeeased's cash bonus except where the men fur only home folks have bought I; known ns Lizzlu'n. $ )2Sfl.)0: with depository und accrued! ''

ing daylight their pockets had been ( daughter Mrs. G. Kirk were entitled to $50;; or less and substituting berries, /and it looks nx though they ,| L. E.: Johns Hinted that Peterson I interest condition providing for tho :"

ripped open Townsend had been rob- Lewis is a member, sent a handsome a bank loan section I to the will bi able to handle the shipments. !, drove up his car with three or four payment of the money on engineer:

bed of $500 and Francis of $15. They bouquet) of stately Calla lilies The adjusted service title, authorizing national during,: the season.. Until Monday >|i other limn and an altercation l'nHIIl.,1, cHtimatcs during the progress of the .
and state banks and trust J. M. Trtiby, C. A. Dm'ling and T. S. work.J. .
accused the young Starke men who choice flowers from Colorado Springsand companies 'between the new comers and nine or |"

had been with them, of the robbery, the Florida blossoms mingled!: organized under state laws to Williams were Iho only buyers. but .ji ten young{ men who were in the street C. Mayer & Co., $517,000 and,
had left them. After loan certificate holders up to CO percent on the day mentioned R.: M. Thomas. accrued Interest with final deliveries
y'1e as they learning: their perfume at the bier of the pop- !I i in front of the \place.
!' the names of the latter Townsendswore ular young,: woman whose body had of the adjusted service credit also began buyint Mr. Durlimr has Two shots were fired, one of which I within a period of 00 days from date

> out a warrant for the arrestof been brought home from the far Westto Representative Longworth of Ohio, rented 1.. A. Davis' refrigerator boxes I{I struck Johns! The other shot, according of attorneys approving opinion..

Drew Alvarez, Jr., and Willie Kite, rest in the a member fo the committee, declared and often also rents boxes from !Mr. { to 1.I R.: Johns, was tired at him, G. II. Sawyer & Co., Jacksonville\ ,
that the majority not disturbed Williams. i $,".'!.1,325: and accrued with
was I > interest
with
charging them robbery. "
'.ond of tho orange and the pineVvhoro when ho started to fro to I the IIHMS-| -
y. Sheriff Epperson and Deputy Bais- the flown ever blnjiitom. by criticisms of this section of the bill Besides strawberries, gnrdwn peas, toner of his brother. ilepiwitory condition involving the
And the unhiniiu ever shine:
;,C den went out in search of the boys In the funeral lie thought,: the former service men end cabbage nro I being shipped.' Then' Itcsidos; I.. K.: Johns, the wounded I! tie-up of the money over n period ofnlxHit
k' and soon found them, walking toward an impressive manner would have no difficulty in realizingon will come I Irish potatoes, banns sweet I \boy him another brother twin-- two years. .
conducted Rev.
Starke. They were arrested and expressed service was by the certificates, saying the amountof corn and tomatoes. Little bv little we Renee Johns, tha twins t'ontl'lhutanlt I Ij Sidney SplUer & Co., of Toledo,
itj much astonishment over the M. L. Smith of the Methodist church, each loan would be small and the grow toward our IIl'Rtiny-lhat of \being I j the support of their other and submitted n bid<1 of par, accrued Interest .
assisted Rev. L. W. of Ito
J. charge. They denied all knowledge of by Kickliter small banks!! would be asked to advance a hilt truck shipping center. I several nieces. (| and $:100 for $200,000: ( of the bonds
the church and choir of
$ the money and said that they had beautiful Baptist voices sung, "In the a Hour of only a comparatively small t.). Mondiiy word I reached relatives ill with an option on tho remainder of ,

been too drunk to remember what took tal. NEGRO: SETS: FIRE TO\ WHITE I Stnrko that tin wounded man hail, the issue for no clay at the same
Trial Jesus Plead for Me and Abi lo
S place. Being searched, only small With, Me." < I Under the new plan for adjusted UMIN: ; TRAILED\ SWAMI': died at 7 a. m. that day. !Monday's price The option carried no forfeiture -
Rums found on their compensation for former service men, Times-Union the following I and the bid wan not considered f
were persons. gives par.ticulnrs
Katie Gertrude HiIIiM born
in
L They were put in the county jail where Bradford and was the |I certificates equal to a sum of adjustedpay 1 Wrl htsville, On., March J 11.-Track I : 'I because it was not for thu entire I Issue. I
county, was only
they are being held awaiting the giving daughter; of Nelson T. and Florrip lees the $CO discharge,: bonus increased dogs from two counties are on the Joe Peterson, who resides nearby Ii t .

5 of bond in the sum of $."00 each. Masters Ritch. She twice by 40 per cent plus interest trail of u strange negro who this | Lnckawannu Springs, said to have Ims.
was married '
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+ KILL THE TIIRIPS Arthur Ilillis tf Colorado half per cent, compounded annually, young/ widow near Kite anti then poured this Duval county jnil. lie was irrcnt-.
SprinA'R.Colorlldo ,
: would be issued. At the end of the gasoline over her bodv and set fire ed near his home yesterday morningby Mrs. M. L. Smith entertained her
in June 1918.! She was a i 20-year period the face value of the to her. The demanded Several other Sunday hthciol clans Monday ,"
They Infest Berry Patches and Injure consistent member of the Catholic negro monuy deputy sheriffs. men I evening
Yield and Quality Mrs. Ilillis; certificates would be 3.38: times the and the widow cut his face with a it was aid last night, have been arrested nt tho Methodist parsonage. Class of- I
church possessed a ,gentle : -
amount the veteran would receive under butcher knife. in connection with the shoot- j Moors worn elected us follows:
low voice and
sweet
manner, a u
E. M. Thomas of Starke grower charming personality that won for her the cash plan. The negro, n stranger in HIP community I ing. |I II President Miss Madge Muldluron.

and shipper, has found evidence of the friends both in Florida and in Under the new plan veterans would fled on the nriivnl of a negro Peterson did not make a statement Secretary, Miss Thelmn' Itrinnnn.Ticusurer .
e many 1
in the strawberry be able to obtain funds from bunks on farm hand' and the woman's brother. I "bullet !Miss Katie Bolto Green
f presence of thrips her new home in Colorado, where she I for publication. The entered ,
patches of this section, and, if the lived so happily with her devoted hus- the certificates. This would eliminate The woman had previously Inflicteda Johns' ibtlomen, and from the first it The young folks spent n very pleasant $

fi', pests are not destroyed they will band. I only the cash plan leaving four other wound on hill throat with a knifo appeared that he hold only a slight evening with their delightful hos- I{

t' greatly interfere with both the qual- The active pallbearers were C. A. alternatives to the former service men she had 1 t.t'enlMin/! to cut broom chance to recover. less, who added] to their pleasure by

ity and quantity of the berries. Mr. Knight, J. W. Andrews, Jr., F. L. Turner -paid up insurance home vocational and farm gruHH. :She> leaped into a shallow pondto That the Duval county authoritiesare serving deliciou.s refreshment

a Thomas wrote to the agricultural experiment L. G. Powell, O. L. Haynes andS aid, land settlement and extinguish,: her blazing{ clothing, l anxious that the man who ,fired I II Tho inemburH of Mrs. Smith's class

station for the best spray L. Peek The honorary pallbearers training. saving herself from serious burns. Ithe j I fatal idiot shall\ be convicted nrul ore Misses !Madge !Middleton, Kvn: and! ,

i'' ? for killing the thrips and received the were C. A. Futch, D. E. Knight, The new plan would make unnecessary The woman, a young widow, hail | punished!, is seen from tho Timen-Un-, DONUI Ulgdon! Leila Supp Katie licit '

following answer. The "black leaf 40" J. F. Kickliter L. J. Wynn, A. S. any heavy draft on the federal gone with her child to the edge of a I I Ion's account of tho matter TU"K.IUY"which Green; Ethel Hill!, Elmer Roblnctto j

can be procured fr>.m any dealer in Crews and A. E. Wall. treasury in the next two years, according nearby swamp, sho said, and the negro Is as follows: | Rosa Levlton, Lois Edwards, Ida Hill,

i t fertilizers. The letter follows: Under the direction of D. C. Jones to the committee, while the appeared suddenly out of the Eleven arrests have been made. by J; Nettle Johns (Gludy Oliver HuldnhHrinHon ;'';

Gainesville, March 13, 1022. the body of Mrs. Hillis was laid to refunding of the $0,500,000,000 short swamp pointed a rusty pistol at her I the authorities in connection with. the Flora' tiupp, Margaret Long, 'fF.vl'lyn '

Mr. E. M. Thomas, i rest by the side of her mother in beau- dated debt is in progress.Representative anti first demanded money. lie soon 'I' shooting, Joe Peterson, denying that Drmnree Nell Mott EVil

i Starke, Fla. i tiful Crosby cemetery. Rev. Smith L T. McFadden, of closed in on her and seized her nose he fired the fatal shot. Iliirrs Thelma Urinson and 1'011'11. Lily
Sir-Yours of the 13th re- Pennsylvania chairman of the banking she could not but she slashed Dnker.MIHS.
Dear
read the burial service, and "Nearer I I so scream, Resides those held the authoritieshave
} : ceived. 1 My God to Thee" was softly sung and currency committee is lead at hlna. with a knife and drew the closely questioned a number of i i

We would not recommend lime-sul after which the throng of sympathetic ing the opposition to the latest bonus blood from his throat.In others Including{ Mrs. Lizzie West, in Margaret Hillls !left Monday

sui-tphur spray for strawberries for the friends left the cemetery. proposal. This opposition is becomingas the struggle tho assailant pulleda front of whoso house the shooting oc- i afternoon for her homo I In Colorado J

h reason that it may taint the fruit. "4. blniMd leap that will not break great as that to the original. planof small l bottle of gasoline from hU curred. Springs/ Colo., after spending{ several

However we can recommend a sprayof For team nor prayer* nor 10..'. aweet lake I cash payments. pockets and drenched: the woman's The list of those under arrest follows days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. N.
1 Black Leaf 40 and soap solution O.No perfect throb no rent thrill that of know twart no or pain.brain "I note with interest that no provision clothes. Then he struck a match but : T. ItiUh. Miss Ilillis came to attend

Cod un mixed as follows: Bid Hia beloved a Ionic aood-nlght." the clothes Ignite Joe Peterson Vustic Green, II. E.Dedmun *
1 One-half pint Black Leaf 40 addedto of obligations when secured by the third match had been struck: P. W. Oxtopn A. I). Spires Arthur Hiltia.
Persons from out town attendingthe "
60 gallons of water then boil up funeral were: Mr. and Mrs. John adjusted compensation certificates, she declared. The appearance of the T. I,. Garrett Robert Spires, John -----
about 4 pounds of ordinary laundry W. said Representative McFadden. "This negro farm hand and the woman's Spires Earl ]Harrc-ll Louis Hogan I wall shot and mortally wounded early I,
Ga. Mrs. W.
Ritch, of Valdosta, ,
soap In one gallon of water and add to means that the banks might be filled brother about that time caused tho Marshall Green. last Sunday morning, came to his t'I'j
the above mixture. This will control Gretorex of St. Augustine Mrs. J. with frozen assets to the extent of woman's assailant to flee and, with It wan stated yesterday that tho nf.1'di-nth by a gun shot wound Inflictedby t
M. Rising,: of Jacksonville Mrs. Inn
thrips and not injure the berries possibly CO per cent of the total pay- her clothes ablaze the jumped, into a fair in which Johns lost his life had Joe Peterson a farmer of Lackawanna -
Purvis and son, Cecil Ritch, of St. Petersburg -
able volume of these certificates at
Yours very truly, slough of water. The negro! pulled! apparently been a "free for nil" brawl Springs.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Griffin
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A. H. HEYER, the end of the three-year pcrioiL This her out and after she had been carried as several state's witnesses appearedat Lewis Ilugan. 17, of Marietta, was

Ass't. Entomologist. of Jacksonville. might amount to $2,000,000,000." home word was telephoned here and the sheriff's olllce yesterday with also held on connection with the case.
Besides her devoted husband, Mrs.
to Kite. heads bandaged and bruises their
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PRESBYTERIAN ITEMSAt !' Ilillis leaves to hold her memory dear CARD OF THANKS The countryside Is aroused! and the faces and hands. Funeral of W. E. John .'
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her father, N. T. Ritch, and her
almost instantaneous as The Johns will beheld Tho funeral W. E.: former
Mrs. G. Kirk Lewis and response was inquest over body at Johns a -
ten o'clock next Sunday we shall daughter, We wish to thank our friends, for men and boys took up the trail. Bloodhounds by Marion B. Craig, justice of resident of Hampton, took place
numbers of other relatives distantly
meet to worship as. a Sunday school more shown the sickness
kindness during :
traced the negro! Into the the peace, tomorrow at 2:30: p. m. at Hampton Tuesday at 1 p. m.
and to study the causes of the down- related. and death of our loved one, W. E. swamp, where it was believed he wad The young. man who came to sucha Ht!.... John Mullady of Jacksonville
fall of Israel, Such conditions as pre- Johns. We thank our friends, of both .
"'<' 1 hemmed in. sudden and untimely death, was of conducted, the funeral services at the
vailed in Israel for many years before MRS. PARK TRAMMELL CLAIMEDBY Hampton and Starke for their kind-
The woman was the daughter! of one exemplary character and Is said to Christian church after which the pro.
she was conquered by the Assyrians DEATH ness to us. We are thankful for the of the largest farmers In the county have been the main support of his cession of friend followed the remains

about 722 B. C. will cause the ruin of many beautiful flowers contributed asa and was highly respected. Save fora mother and other dependents for to Santa Fe cemetery

rations as surely today. The welfareof Wife of U. S. Senator Trammell I passed last token of love and respect for collapse from her experience, sho years. lie was a member of the First where the interment took place. I

the nation depends chiefly upon the Away at Orlando the deceased. seemed unharmed.U. Christian church of Hampton. Besides The pallbearer were II. I* Wil
character of its Individual members. Mrs. Annie Johns L. A. .l...hns R.
: his mother, Mrs. Annie Johns, liam, J. F. Ingram, Fred Williams,
Morning church services at eleven, Orlando March 14Mrs. Park B. Johns! L. E. Johns Ranc .T->hns. 1
lie leaves to mourn his departure four J. E. Martin and Dollt\ Hlghtower! ,
I>. C. FOOD SALE TOMORROW
which Trammel), 42, wife of Park Trammell j
when we deal with a subject AFTERNOON brothers, Mossri. I* E., R. B. and R. of Jacksonville, and Lee Parker of IT
welfare the junior United States senator from Floyd Green Esq. now has his law
hoe much f da vrith! national r
O. Johns, of Jacksonville and L. A. Hampton, all of whom were Intimate
the of the Sabbath. Abuse of the Florida died in a local hospital at 11 office with Harold C. Wall one door
use Johns, of Alachua. He was a nephewof friend of the deceased.
The W. T Weeks Chapter U. D. C.,
after illness of
o'clock tonight an west of J. M. Alvarez's clothing store.
and most
Sabbath Is most
prevalent several weeks' duration. will sell cakes pies and candy tomor Mssrs. S. R. and P. E. Johns of Many beautiful flower were con-
costly. Starke. The bereaved relatives have tributed. The decorated by
in row afternoon beginning at 2 o'clock grave was
Mrs. Trammell became unconscious the exception of the time spent
At the morning,: preaching service at 6 o'clock this afternoon and shortly Washington after Mr Trammell was In the offices of Harold C'! Wall and the sympathy of all. Mrs A. A. Durden Mrs. P. B. Hunt

announcement about evening worshipwill afterward physicians announcedthat elected to the senate. Floyd Green next door to J. M. Alva The interment. In charge! of Funeral Mr*. D. W. Swindel, Mrs. C. E. Harper -

be made. HI\ rez's store.If Director D. C. Jones, of Starke, was!! 1111's.V.. U. Alexander and MM.
known in
all hope had been given up forher She was widely sec.tlons -
The subject for prayer meeting on in Santa Fe cemetery at 2 Tues J L.
? of the state having successfully anyone wishes to give cakes, pies p. m. Wynn.
Wednesday will be the life of Moses. Mrs.recovery.Trammell was a native of Ala- managed Senator Trammetl's cam- candy or money for the benefit of this day. Rev. John Mullajy, of Jacksonville The deceased was a boy who labored

I In the life of him who has been called bama, but removed to Florida with paign for governor in 1012 and for cause, it will be gladly received by the i conducted the funeral rites to support his mother and little orphaned -
"the college-bred man of the Old Tes- ladies In charge Saturday afternoon. In the presence of a large conc urs,; of nieces. He had many friends,
her family when a small child. The senator in 1916. Senator Trammell
illus-
| lament" we have a remarkable friends. the number who
Come and buy delicious home-made sorrowing which was shown by
family resided in Apopka, Orange who came here from Washington ten
tration of the God can make of and followed the
use the hospital
dinner visited
for a number of years, and days ago when his wife's illness tooka eats for your Sunday "
I trained and consecrated brain. county Two Held For Death of John remains to the place of Interment.
then moved to Lakeland where as serious turn was at her bedside con- '
Darby she met and stantly. To keep lathe middle of the road Jacksonville March 16.-According Ills/ last words were "God bless my I

Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Crosbyand R. married Miss Virginia Senator Trammell. She had Funeral arrangements have not these day a fellow would have to to the verdict handed down yesterdayby mother. I am going home." He the ,

Crosby, of Brooker, were nrlsitors her entire life In Florida with been made. walk about ten feet In the air. I a coroner's Jury W. E. Johns, who 1 turned on his side and died .
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FRIDAY, MARCH 17. 1922.
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I I5KAHDS GHOST: IN ITS LAIR MUSCLE 1'1I0ALRIF.CCA: FOR WATERMiLL MILLEU

THOUSANDS OF AHVENTUKEKS: i
\ American Scientist at Scene of Can Watcrmill, March 17.-P. A. Crosbyand .Miller, March 17.-8. M. Dukes<< was Long; Bridge, March 17.-II. O. Ri., '1''a'

'f.', ada's Startling MysteryIn Henry Ford's ofl\.r for the Muscle sun, of Brooker, and B. Green, of transacting business in Gainesville on ers made a busincs strip to Lake Bin
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Icr last week.B. .
Shoals plant, as well as those of others I r'jnHill, passed through here Thurs- Friday.
I J. was attending to bu-
Sapp
visited his daughter
a lonely farmhouse near Cale- may not be acceptable to con- day. Roland Thomas
donia Mills 100 miles from Halifax, I /gross, but the people living then, ni I ]Harley Thomas, of Graham, was Mrs. J. M. Mott, of Lake Butler ness in Jacksonville last Wednusd.i.
:" Canada Dr Walter F. Prince, eminent swell as thousands of adventurous visitors hero Saturday visiting relatives. Sunday. I Era Crews is spending a while lu

: scientist of New York City: and (lire,'- with and without cash, nay that :Mark Clemons, of Pine Hill, was Among those who attended the par the guest of her grandparents, 1)) ,

tor of the American Institute of Sclen- I| it must go through or the shoals must I here Saturday on business.Mr. ty at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hew and Mrs. U. J. Sapp. p

.\ '.,. tifij Research Is braving the ghost of be sold to some other concern that and Mrs. Mose Markey and itt's Friday night were Messrs.\ Seeber Evan Hodges, Tom Markce, hand

'\. !\ Antigonish. and in necking to solve the will develop it. ,children of !Macclenny, were here on Stokes :Murray Thomas, Wilbur and Alpha Hodges, of New River attended

mystery of the strange happeningsthat / Florence, Sheffield and Tuacumbla, I Friday visiting his parents, Mr. and Eury Brown. prayer meeting at P. B. Crew

, has set all Canada agog. small, uneventful Alabama towns, :Mrs. 11. A. J. Markey.Mr. i T. II. Waters visited his sister, home Wednesday night. d

,.. \, The "haunted house," the modest normally, are enacting scenes now Turner, of Clayno, was here Mrs. Russell Parrish of Five Mile, on Jesse Canon and daughter, Winn" I
home of Alex MacDonald, a 70-yeur- I not paralleled by the rush to the Thursday looking after business af Saturday.Mr. Gladys, Jessie Lee Duwling, Gourne
! old farmer who ban been driven to n Klondike gold l fields of Alaska 20 fairs. and Mrs. Noah Taylor, of Crews motored to New River last 1

;I' new home by the ghostly manifestations years ago or the more recent stampede Mrs. C. M. Lewis left Saturday for j Worthington, passed through here on Sunday.
,I I is located a mile and a half to the oil field in the South Hamilton county where she will visit Sunday enroute to Ellisville. Maxie Kelly, of New River, was ii
from Its nearest neighbor. west. relatives for a few days. Mr. and :Mrs.' O. S. Thomas visited our burg Sunday.

t; '. The Investigation of the mystery by I Those towns which will face the !Mr. and Mrs. Gent Stokes and chil- relatives at LaCrosse Saturday and : Ruby Mae Johns and sister, MrsN.

I ., i j j Dr Prince is expected to result in development from both sides of the ; dren were guests of his brother II. Sunday. G. Moody and children, were in

e j Startling disclosures.! The eerie occurrences -I.I picturesque Tennessee line, are hosts Stokes, of New River, Friday. 1 J. L Brown and family attended the : New River last week. '

in the MacDonald farm-j dally to distinguished: and undistinguished :Mrs. Ida Goodge was on the sick sing at Midway Sunday afternoon. We are glad< to report the recoveryof l

I house already have bnffled<< one NO-I visitors ranging from millionaire list last week. ;I Seuber Stokes was a business visi- B. F. Renfroe.

.! va Scotia's leading criminal bidders for the plant to pro- Allen and Merrill Thomas spent tor to Lake Butler Thursday afternoon Florence Tyson of New River, spent
I I P. O. Carroll of Pictou, who Sll'uthS'1 moters of bowling alleys and "hot dog the week-end at Graham visiting their part of last week here.

:i nights in the "haunted house" with stands" Lots which went beggingseven consins, Dock and Vergie Thomas. :Mrs.' Eugene Douglass visited rela- Jessie Lea<< Dowling entertained n

I Harold B. Whidden a reporter on the I years ago for $3,000 now bring '\'. R. Hodges; was transacting business tives at Providence last week. number of young folks Tuesday night

y Halifax Herald. I fi,000. in Brooker Saturday. Mrs. J. U. ParrUh was called to with a peanut popping. A largo number

I i For a period of 21 years' Mrs. MacDonald I The newspapers in the three towns F Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Brown were the bedside of her mother, :Mrs.' Ginn, of young folks were present and

'1 lived in this house< which was | issue extras on every Ford bulletin. tl'' business visitors to Clayno Saturday of Swift Creek, who Is seriously ill. enjoyed: the evening.Mr. .

.. # originally built by his father and from I I The quarters of the Telegraph office r morning. i i Mr Tomlinson Leesburg, passed and Mrs. Claude Brown and lift-

which he has been forced to flee, fear- I are like a newspaper office on election O. W. Thomas was in Brooker Fri- through here one day last week : tie son, of Dasher Ga., spent the weekend

ing for his life and the safety of his night One landlord has served day. | R'. L. Blair was a business visitorto here. ;

:!! family, by the alleged supernatural notice that he will double rents the 1. E. J, Lewis and daughter, of Brooker Providence Friday. Mrs. Charlie McKinney and children v

j occurrences. day congress says "yes" to Ford. A were visitors to the home of Mr. Dezil Thomas was in Lake Butler of New River, were in our suction p

Tales of nights of horror spent In whole trainload of Detroit real estate and Mrs. A. L. Green one day of last Saturday afternoon. I Saturday.Miss t
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men recently arrived in town. the week-end Grace Welch in New River
s. 3 extinguishing! fires which broke out in week. j Earle Peeples, spent was
the most unnatural places about the Florence has a normal population of PENN'SCHEWING Barnard Johns and Cecil Adams of with his parents. Sunday.Mr. .
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/1. house are told by members of the 12,000 and is larger than Sheffield and Starke, were transacting business In I and Mrs. M. J. Sapp, of Jack.
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:MacDonald! family and are corroborated Tuscumbia. Florence and Sheffield our section Tuesday. NEGRO SURVIVES 11 ELECTRI- sonville are spending a while here
i ji y by witnesses. No less than 3R separate -. are five miles apart, and Tuscumbia W. W. Brown was in Clayno Saturday CAL SHOTS SUCCUMBS: TO 12th I guests of relatives.
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I |I is two miles from Florence. Ford be- .
fires are said to have occurred I Laura demons, Melvin McKinney,
r t. within the space of 15 hours before< I lievers predict that if he gets the TOBACCO Misses Rhoda and Alva Thomas, of < Little Rock Ark., March 10.-After Iron Reddish, Russell Reddish, Leston '

the eyes of the family and three oth- plant and brings his 100,000 workers Ziff were here on business Saturday.Mr. 11 attempts by an inexperienced electrician -j Crews were among those from Water-

ers. and their families to Muscle Shoals @ or ...., and Mrs. J. Goodge and son, to electrocute James Wells, 18 ,i oak section who attended the peanut
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Dr. Prince it is said, is inclined to the three towns will; have a populationin u ::.. Eugene/ were in Brooker on business year old negro, had failed, the twelfth '' popping at the home of Jessie Lee -ywt,

3 the belief that the cause of the mysterious excess of 250,000 within a month last week. was pronounced a success and the Dowling Tuesday night

: happenings at Caledonia :Mills' i after congress has ratified the sale. J. J. Morgan, of Brooker, was here murderer's life was snuffed out in the i, B. B. Crews was attending to bu !i- IU.

is an understudy, so to "speak' of Esther i BRADFORDBradford Tuesday morning on legal business.E. state prison today. The prisoner was ness in New River Monday. K
If Cox of the great Amherst TIIERESSA M. Hazen and sons, Vascoe Alph examined between shocks. I Melvin McKinney, of Woteroak,. ,|
Aubrey and Purvis, of Pine Hill, were The scene in the death chamber was passed through here Sunday enrouteto
tery, in some person possessing a mys-1 !March 17.-Rev. G. W. S
ondary personality. The Esther Theressa March 17.-Charlie Phil- in this section Tuesday. so revolting that most of the witnesses I New River. "
Ware filled his regular
incident frightened all Nova Scotia I lips, of New River was visiting relatives << Sunday and appointmenthere II. P. Gainey and family, of Brad- and convicts present left and onlya I Lozie Norman, of Vanderbilt, at- .:

i more than 40 years ago. here last of the week. I W. H. Harrell and Sunday family night. visitors ford, were guests of friends here on few persons were there when death I tended the party at Jessie Dowling's "
were -
t "The great Amherst mystery may Cleveland Sullivan was attending to to Union county Sunday.W. was finally pronounced. home Tuesday night.; 'i
have Inspired the visitation," said Dr. I business in Starke Tuesday.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Sunday.Cook visiting W. Brown, of New River was Fully 20 minutes were consumed inputting j Mr. and Mrs. Will Andreu, of New I
Prince. "There have been many reports Cribbs and daughter were visiting here this week. are here Sunday afternoon visiting his the negro, to death. Wells \; River, were in our section Sunday. ;
of the poldergeist In Nova Scotia. friend in Lake Geneva Thurs- parents, Mr .and Mrs. J. M. Brown.W. went to the chair singing and with-j '.
Willie Raborn ar.d wife, of LaCrosse
R. Hodges attended Sunday out assistance and he continued his j Nearly is camouflagedthese
I shall sleep in the house every day.Mrs. attended church here Sunday night. everything
t' night and also conduct my Investiga- I Colon Danson of Jacksonville C. M. Andreu was a business visitor school at Dedan Sunday.Of song until the first charge of electri- days-except legs. .'

:. tions during the day. I have no ob- is visiting at the home of her brother, t
jections to other persons staying in I S.. R. Swindel. and Mrs. A. A. Edwards course, we might command greater The youth was convicted of killing | Jealously keeps many a woman looking '';
the house while I investigate! but I H. S. Roebuck was in Hampton on visiting here this week. are respect for the law by jailing the<< Peter Trense, a German farmer, near her best. ;
that be under business Wednesday. jurors who turn a known guilty man :Monticello, Ark. lIe was one of the -
must insist they myI i ii Rand Crews attended services here
i control.! Kathleen Smith is on the sick list loose. convicts who escaped with Tom laugh- ter. 1$>
J i The Amherst the sub- I this week I Sunday. I 1 "
mystery was
F} Mrs. J. W. Surrency was a business ---- .
ject of critical study by Dr. Prince R. M. Herscy was attending to business visitor to the home of J V. Edwards d . .- -", .. ..,. .... -- ._ .," ._... I
"'' several years ago. It occurred under in Starke Thursday. Saturday.Mr. i, ::It.v.-."" ._ . .. ..._ ._ _n ... ''V"r" -.'..' -_". ,, *.-. _,. .i 1

I.,', much the same circumstances as thoCaledonia I Mrs. Jno. Phillips is visiting Mr. I and Mrs. M. D. Harrell were I : .i.i
\ and Mrs. Gains, of Brooklyn, this
\7. Chairs I
Mills mystery. were guests of J. V. Edwards and family t,
.; ( tipped over, matches were dropped weeek.I I Sunday. I
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"I' : ;" from the atmosphere, and fires were I-I C. M. Andreu, wife and daughter

Set Fay, were were business visitors to
H. E. Moorer was a visitor to the Commercial
t. I
Dr. Prince prepared a convincing/ Lake Butler Friday. I
i exposure of these manifestations by a county seat Thursday. I Misses Geneva and Minnie Harrell j i
I) rind established I B. C. Owsley, Calvin Triest, Jim t
poldcrgeist pretty
,. were guests of Miss Georgia Edwards '
/I.. well for the members of his society Phillips and Roy Drown motored to Sunday afternoon. .

7. ;, that Esther Cox, n servant in thee Starke Thursday evening. II J. V. Edwards attended<< the Masonic
Teed cottage was the mystery per Fred Cloversettle was a business lodge at Worthington Saturday. fob Printing '
visitor to Hampton Monday. :-
son. N. G. Hayes, Sr., was a visitor to '
R. C. Heiberger, of Brooklyn, attended Worthington Saturday afternoon.
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LUCKY NEGRO church here Sunday. Fred Hazen was in our community vt' :
:Mr. and Mrs. Rob Batten, of Lakeside .))1

: i! An illiterate justice of the peace was visiting here Sunday after-// Thursday.J.. W. Surrency. who has been vis- 'tti ;:

used to consult what looked like a noon.Miss iting his family for a few days, returned -
1' :: law book bur was really a mail order Ida Hagan visited Mrs. to his work Sunday. i '

catalogue. One day a negro was hal of Brooklyn, Saturday I Sumner Andreu and wife visited his
' ed before the charge of Mrs. P. II. Neal was a visitor to ,
: squire on a parents I Saturday and Sunday.
E! .., drunkenness.! The squire heard the Lake Geneva Sunday. .

1 X11," evidence and then, after opening his C. M. Humphrey was a business March came fn as usual, but the CARDS

. book and glancing at it, fined the negro visitor to Starke Saturday.Miss I lion forgot to roar. :
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' $-4.49 to< be worked out on theroads I Frances Murrhee and 'POSTERS 3

,W' at 23:; cents a day. As the negro 11\Ioody. of Graham, were visitors Lois I'I f'

{ was being J led<< away he said to the and Sunday for the purpose ENVELOPESBILL

.' ,,: marshal: "I shoo is a unlucky nigger!" fit organizing the Christian T'tdeavorsociety. :

I' "Unlucky, nothingi" said the marshal, Officers were named as follows HEADS >
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l ; : "If the squire had happened to open : ,

,:' that book at automobiles Instead of I Mrs. II. E. Moorer, president. NOTE HEADS 'ii;,
. {'' pants you'd be working on the road Mrs. J. E. Owsley, vice president

I : ill0: ::;::* your life."-St. Petersburg retary.Mrs. Ruby Gains corresponding sec- WINDOW CARDS
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{ Times. Mis* Elgisc Oweley, secretary.. n SHIPPING TAGS
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J. C ds Cause vnp ani pn>',:;,," n. K. Moorer, treasurer
i The society organized with fourteen ..., : LETTER HEADS
'.' tJtATlVEBROMO OWttNETibk'J, : ftmwrr'Io 1 1ca. I ... 'III/iI/,
..... Thefi la rely tae ">"tan 7td.tkR! I members.! :I!'IlllRub: )II ""I/I/!I c
C. W C OVE'S at*"*""*" no lute. (5 t>>. I 1 Rev. Crews, of New River, filled! his .I'I.',!. I, III .3..: ,{
'[appointment here at the Christian t. :
' i.i.t t t- THEY ALL OEMA D IT. 1 church Sunday. It In for : I ,A

. _. .1 -- Colds in the Chest, fit

I !, Starke Like Every City and Town WILLIE KNEW Sra Tkroat Crlppe aa4UflaauBatia r
of Any Clod
.', In the Union, Receive It.
i i ,<: People with kidney Ills want to be The superintendent of the Sunday The pure olli In Mexican Mustang Liniment A
school was also the village doctor. aoothe inituntly. penetrate quickly
cured. When one lifters tae torture and reduce swelling of nlanda. !Mustang.
of an aching back relU-t U I One Sunday he was questioning\< 'the ia Diphtheria eartlcui.rlyeffective, Khrumatism: in lrrntin Croup. .
Lumbaiio Fmatbitea. -
: eagerly sought (or. Thorn are many school on various important points. Curt. Burns, Plle.-.lla.hncntathal Bradfordt
; remedies!!! today that relieve but do "Willie<< ," he asked one -witH boy, can remedy.piwaibly Cnnratna be reached no alcohol by an external-DOES
cot cure. Do.in's Kidney tills have "Will you tell what we must tie in or- Not SMART OR STING. 7J years sue.cane. -
+ brought la..ling remi.tj to thousands der to get to heaven ?" No' home should be without a.

Here fa Staiiiti, evidence of their "W must die," replied Willie. Doctor Pnicnl It-RmaJ 77W

1\ merit. I "Very true," assented the doctor. Pr. J. C. Cnmptnn. Ratllff. Mis.. writes j
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Iiy Mrs J.ndrew!\. Madi-ton Ave.. Ihay.pr.'bc..tynur! lean Muatang County
"But tell what we must do before we Liniment for Sore Throat Chilblain, etc.
H says: "I have used Dona's Kidney and the results were""tlf"I1Jalad0r7. .
Pills for klilu.,y complaint, and buck : die.: think i very Kighiy o|it."
\ }: chea: and have received fine ro.iulU. |I "We must get sick," was Willie's FREE WITH.., 211a TRIAL. OTTl5 -
1! I feel: J-..t.a.J: in r"coDll1hm", lug tats unexpected answer "and send for 'roP....";' a. be STHSW., ,. \a..roO..l....... E3: I
medicine." you.-Exchange. s'KsrKuT'ssbi-fciaE-a'-'tr': w-s-a:
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r. On April 25. l U.I". Andrews i 7 elegraph
'a said: "I think Just. tile game orDoaD' \ Of course, there is one excuse for 25c50c$1.00Sold
Kidney PU1; ? n" v .u 1 did not jailing our growing. crop of crim- by: Drug end General Store."h. d
A when I roc,)m:-trn.t'ti them! before 1 inals. It would cost a lot to feed .Good Old Standby Sina 1S43
have had no ruturn of kfdney trouble them MEXICAN
since this remedy curl m..." I STARKE, FLORIDA
, ; r'. Price o-c.' at all dc.Uors." C n't II MUSTANGLINIMENT .:<
)' Imply ask for a kidney r..mooy-get I With his eye glued to the top of the
\ "I Doan'g Kidney Pli;* -tie ...:ue tiei! | !Adder our office devil says he would I lei;

: ,' Mra. Anlrews: hau. )Ko tcr-Mllburn rather be jacked up than to be culled. '

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FRIDAY MARCH 17. 1922. "l,.l,.. e BRADFORD COUNTY TELE GRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE THIEF
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'.. made in ninety diiv*. The imrchn .,' : .e i soul\ ,.tiling to eclebriite. He said h<' Like it" \\Y1I now I should say I ..AXAt'Vl., '(0 I" i: .' "" l.iAtmiS .
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News of Florida in Short Paragraphs ;; of thin will more than double the capacity I j felt like standing on his. head 1, so it do. Kvoiyoni': ilBi-B that trio it,. Now the Ifv.taupe,. (.KO'1111'1!i.I "Ht'Hll.h'l.utun-iiKui:, ''Ml, .t 1 I..I'lHl. ..limn.off,. IWu-Vlokl. \
of the mll'\I. Irlll, plants aid! \\'.-uirgi-Hti'd. that he stand on his t hero's I rank :Morgan ,1.( M. and J. .

furnish this city with one of the bust hend. He saw the tall Phil building. i Norman, Enoch GrimM and myself _
I I' i tn"llwedD6mrtetUlSUfo. ,ICDCIItl1.CIII'liI.w.uc:: :, I
t Live State News equipped plants in the South. and decided to perform the stunt there! ,I, that I cnn think of. Why we all: don't ill> COFFINS & CASKETS : "

r Ho did it without batting an eye and 8t>o how wo could! :farm without n tme- I k :
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! .ar.IM.M.1Ari ri.raA..nwAr.r ..... .
the few who him staredin tor It would bo like
Southern College wits open its doorsin persons saw now. farming And a Full Line ofUndtrtaktri' ,, '
Told by Our Exchanges. Lakeland Oct. 3, according to Dr. nnuizeim-nt and! wondered at hiD with an ox team. Supplies \

....... ...... ,________ II. P. Alderman, president of the institution daring. Mr Calverley was a high wire DtAVitt Jones can supply you with
...,.."..'... n"'m.nm'n"_.._._ mmmmmmmm_._ ._>'lm\m/J\m. """"""" n
---- ---- -- walker for
c -.WWW..I& ioIWWIIlIUWWW.ll1lllW.ImIIJII who announced the definite many years and walked one He'll bo back here in a moment AU1OMOU1LE HEARSE ,
The sheriff of Highlands county has | was awarded to n syndicate composed I II award of the contract for the buildings across Niagara Falls in a wire seven- and will show you a tractor that iv! a Aiwa. ,. on hand. The best **r- i
resigned on the grounds that he can't I of three northern firms and the Atlan- to comprise the institution's new teen times, once at night. lIe has tractor .... at the lowest prices Spa

.afford to hold the office. tic National Bank, Barnett Bank and site to Huggar Brothers, of Montgomery done no walking since 1893. He has a lot of new harness and rr amt.. attention UttfiNU-rrd to telegraph./

Florida Nahonal Bank of Jacksonville!' Ala. The building program involving collars. Sea" hill new lint! of enamel ,I 01'J J

The Miami Herald says that early The issuo brought a premium in the an outlay of approximately Acting on a "tip," tie anal he considered and aluminum ware and! what a fine I DeWTIT----JONES-- ,

tomatoes are now rolling northward sum of $11,200.Lester $500,000, according to Dr. Alderman, reliable, thnt Edgar/ C. Frady, line of carpenter tools mid cutlery of .
nt the rate of three hundred cars a ,, will be gotten under way forthwithand Chicago automobile man, who shot all kinds Plows in the back room- I I STARKE. FLA

week. Moseley, 25, is being held will be rushed l to completion as and killed his wife at :Miami, was to Avery, Cricket nod Itumley plows ( {

by the Duval county authorities on a rapidly as funds pledged( in supportof be kidnapped from the hospital and double and\ single stocks.
E'' Paul J. Carrin, of Raiford, has been charge of alleged violation of the na- the work become available. taken to Cuba aboard a yacht waiting But what do we want with all theseold As--

1 appointed by the governor to be jus- tional prohibition act following his outside the harbor, Sheriff Allen Monday l style tools when we have tractors .

tice of the peace in and for district arrest Monday night and the seizure Wilbert Davis, u young negro( was afternoon had Frndy removed to and discs nnd all the new and up-to-

i'' number! two, Union county.A of five stills, ranging in capacity from shot one time below tho right shoul- tho county jail and a special guard I date farming implements ? !Hero[ is Name

30 to 300 gallons each, and 440 bar- I der blade and killed Saturday: nightin ( thrown about the building. Tho sheriff I Mr. Jones now. Let him sell you a "Bayer" on Genuine f
garbage pile in one of Miami's rels of mash during a raid conductedby I the tobacco quarters on the north- received information that Chicago tractor. I

prominent back yards yielded thirty- prohibition enforcement officialsin el n edge of Madison by the night marshal gunmen had been imported and that J

six bottles of liquor upon being kicked Swectwatcr branch, about two Doris and four other notfoe.i the plan only awaited, nightfall to be SOMKTIIINCKOM: ; : ; I

by a prohibition agent. miles south of Lackavrannn Springs.( were engaged! in a game of skin and put into operation( Frady'sulnd"/ u .

had put up 30 cents on it when they were to be overpowered anti Frndy For several minutes the young innn lr'U lam,6 un
William R. Morgan, aged 69, drop- John B. Sutton, a Tampa businessman were surprised: by the officers. Davisran rushed to a speed boat lying in the did nut speak, Ilia heart was too full. j.

ped dead of apoplexy on the street in I whose home burglars have ran- ''I through the door where the policeman Miami river. This bout was to transfer It was enough for him to know that i::1!

front of W. B. Herring's residence' in I sacked four times within the last two was stationed and had his the accused! slayer t>> another \0'"- this glorious creature loved him; hud U

Plant City. He was dead when the months, has an advertisement in the knife out, according to testimony at gel I, \vt.! out to sect, which wA!.. to carr )promised to bo his wife. I I

first person reached him. I local newspaper asking the marauders! I the inquest, when the officer shot him. I >' trudy; beyond the jurisdiction; ; of With n new and delimited\ sense of I! .
to stay away from his place. "I have tho United States. Friemts c/f Frndy) ownership ho feasted hid 'II DowarI! Unle.s you see the IloILmIl
: I eyes upon
The rifle team of the University of very little left now worth taking," Hatulkehachec: possibly' known to were behind the move. No names, I her I beauty and realized that henco- "buyor" on poI.'JlIIR" or on tablet. you

Florida, Gainesville, won the final says the advertisement, "Please pass his many white friends as Billey! Few- however, were made known and! no forth it would bo his privilege to pro- .are cnlx.,1 not by jpittiiiff physicians i gi.iminn for Aspirin iwontyiow... ,

S match against North Carolina State me by for awhile." ell, recently spent several days in the I charges thus far have been preferredby vide for her welfare and happiness. y ars andpr oval rusts by millions. T,mike
University by a score of 811771. This I city at. the guest of his friend, W. S. the xhcriff in connection with the His good! fortune s'n1l'11Incl'lihle. Aspirin unfy as told in tile Hnyorpacekage
match was fired from standing posi- At the special meeting of the Palatka Hanson. Billy Powell now 73; yearsof I alleged plot. Immediately upon receiving ho for 0..1.IH, UC\lId"rb. Neuralgia, Rh.ulI&o ,
Finally whispered) tenderly, "How tiarn, bararho
tion. I city council the formal transfer of I Toothache, Luainna.. anal| ''I'.
: I age, occupies the position similar the information the sheriff had
did it happen, darling, that such a JvI'J'ln! > Handy' tin boxes of twelve IUy.r r
I the property of the Palatka WaterWorks I to sheriff among the Big Cypress Indians Frady removed! to the jail. I bright, shining angel as yourself fell Aspirin cost few ",'ntlt. Driur-
Airplanes and seaplanes, once a Company made the II Ki!irt. also iirtf
was
preliminary and has the distinction of being I in love with dull fellow likeone lorgmrmrlmgwi. 'Anpirin
a stupid
to the trllln
' high-priced attraction are so common I arrangements having been I the first Seminole to be baptized ?" of mark of ftiytp Mannta-tur*
MonuiiepttciivljMitwr
that they are declared to be a nuisanceat personally made with General Elbert of Suli.-yliwuud.
( and confirmed in tho Episcopal church FARMER BROWN. "Coodnoss; knows!" she murmured, I ------ -.-
Miami and amonchurch goers, Wheeler of Boston, representing the I
. / -this rite having been bestowed upon absently, "I must have n screw loose i ixonnewhcro
disturb church services and irritate company. The price paid is $85,000, him by the late Bishop Wm. Crane I I ."-F.xihntitfe.This I'

hospital patients.Joe plus some $1,600 allowed the corporation I Gray in the Episcopal mission In the I Howdy, Mr. Jones t came Intoday' 1.886

for supplies on hand. Everglades some twelve years ago.Damages' to see about paint. Sliver has been is the 1 1 miwe beat the other ,
Mitchell, who is alleged to have I I
after me' to paint the house. I don'tsee
fellows to it by predicting bumpercrop
shot and killed two other at A commercial from Dorr Field I a (
negroes I flyer in the sum of $18,000 wero why we should paint the house out this
r Inglis in July, 1915! was brought buck made a forced landing in a cucumber awarded by a jury in United States here in the country but Samantha and ) summer.

,,1 from Okeechobee last week by Sheriff I field at Wauchula recently. He made court at Tampa/ to Mrs. K. M. Morton the! boy IIl'el1to be getting high notions Optimists continue to predict! a revival DAVISINSURANCE

i'' Walker of Levy, and will stand trial three ineffectual attempts to get away i widow of George \Morton, who about ,slicking\ up, so I guess in business. We hope everybody
r, after a lapse of seven years. I and then secured the services of a |I was killed at the railroad's north boulevard I I'll[ have to, give In and let them have /gets converted.

I mule team to pull his machine out of I| crossing in Tampa about two their way for the sake of peace.

r'r Ninety-three persons lost their livesin j I the field to a better starting place. years ago when the automobile he was How many gallons will you want, There is. one great !satisfaction( in
Florida in 11)21) as the result of au- Darkness had on in the
come mean- driving struck train. The
I i I was by a Mr. Brown ? paying nn income tax.011 can always -
tomobile accidents The total is a decrease time and ho remained in town over- counsel for the claimed damages
plaintiff -
Well!, here is the plan of the house. brag about it.
from 1920, during which year I night. When, he started to leave next on the ground that Morton was
j I[ it will take two coats. You
few 107 deaths were attributed.to automobile morning he found that the law had killed through the fault of the flag guess STARKE
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figure it out for me. The person who makes few promises
'j i accidents. taken hold tightly of his plane. man at the cross in not properly sig
I should say about four gallons. If has fewer to bruak.
nalling the traffic at the approach of
Three Arcadia packing houses in The IIIHt word in hotel luxury was the train. you don use but three you can bring r

9! I the last week shipped 28 cars or 10- announced when it became known that back one. What shade do you want? : w. ::.. .....---:: :;
i'' 800 boxes of citrus fruits. The total capitalists associated! with Carl Fisher Fred! A. Newton of Madison, Wis., I'll take white and trim it with --- :: -- :
I shipments from that point this season I millionaire will build brown. That will be all right won'tIt
I sportsman a who has made his home for the past'
it ; now is 1,143 cars. The previous week ,, new million dollar tourist hotel on the year with his sister, Mrs. J. J. Davis, ? !I''
t, two packing houses and one Independent J[ beach next summer at !Miami. Amongthe of Zephyrhills, disappeared from the I Yes, that Is a very pretty combinaion. t

i shipper sent out 36 cars. I I features will be a lawn oil the roof house Monday evening. Neighbors Here is. your white and I think
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ornamented with shrubs and trees, this amount of brown will tin Can'tt..11 !
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A Polk county farmer recently ship- and on which will be held the annual surrounding country thinking/ I exactly. It all ,depends on how the
carload of for which he surface of thu t wood is. Brushes?
pod! a cabbage mid-winter horse show. had wandered away, not being in the I
e- received $500 in the northern market. hest of health. No trace of him couldbe Yes, you hail bettor take one flat and,

r .' The freight charge on the shipment Lake county has just shipped to the found until Thursday afternoon, one round, brush and then you will

' i was $150 and the crates cost him $60, Children's Home in Jacksonville a i when his body was found) floating on need some putty also and a paper; of 1C: UNIVERSAL CAR
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' to say nothing of the cost of production large cargo of fruits, vegetables and the lake near the house. The coroner window brails., I guess that will fit
u and delivery. other commodities. Among the lot I you out Excuse Ina moment.
was! called but decided it was n case
't was fourteen gallons of Florida syrup of suicide and no Inquest was held. There Is a lady waiting. IIIII New PricesF.
The first carload of the new crop( :four crates of cabbage, six boxes Good morning, Mr. Drown. Goingto

I'S of Florida Irish potatoes brought $12a of oranges, three of grapefruit, one The authorities are searching/ for do some, painting? I

barrel in New York, according to sack of /flour, one case of oatmeal, Ben Smithie, charged by a coroner's Yes, sir, thought would slick up a O. B. DETROIT

a' advices received by the Boaz Potato I and! various other gifts. Many pack-I I jury with the killing early Friday of bit, seeing as how now that we art EFFECTIVE JANUARY 16th q

" Company at Palatka, which made the I ages from the county L. Walker, a neighboring farmer, going to have the good roads and
f e jI shipment. The top price was broughtfor Women's Clubs are to be shipped la about fifteen miles from Mayo. Testimony will be lots of .new folks coming this Chassis $285

i No. Is while the No. 2 grade went ter. at the inquest developed that way, and I want my place to look a

tN; for $10 barrel. Walker had loaned Smithie his automobile little better than any other farm 1111 Runabout $319

: "'" An Ancona hen recently owned by Thursday evening for a short along the road. Tractor? Oh, yes; 11I1 Car $348
''I. r. Sheriff E. E. Doyce, of St. Johns Nels Pi'erson, who lives in the Mas- trip and it is believed that when Touring

county with the assistance of two deputies cotte section, has smashed the world's i Smithie returned the car several Che Quinine..... Dot hot /.Iliitt !p' thu..J Truck Chassis $430 j
emptied 1700 bottles of Bimini'sfinest record for egg production in one year hours after he had promised to do D'"raitie of Itfl tonIc and lnxntva! rnV<'t. .tAHVi
brands of liquors into Moultrie 339 Mr. Pierson had ': llROMO, OlJlNINK (Tub'In) ran he tiihi-u $580
by laying eggs. I so a quarrel ensued. There were no by anyinn without mtittinU' nrrvuuiiniTiiii or r'ntlind! Coupe
'i. creek Saturday afternoon. The stuff another hen of the same breed which I witnesses. Mrs. Walker was aroused 111 till.hrad. E.W.OKOVE3: .lgteturo i.ebor 7llk'::) ?

was cached in the neighborhood of I laid 335:; eggs during the year 1921. from her slumber by the sound of a Sedan $645

; Lewis Point, where it was! found by | The chickens were purchased from n shot in the road before the house, and
the lowest of Ford in
These prices cars
[ and his I are
the sheriff deputies.
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poultry breeder in Ohio, and when the upon investigating found the body of
the history of the Ford Motor Company.
breeder learned of the remarkable her husband.M. .
A Tonic
. After his identification by Indiana record of the two birds he came all Orders coming in fast place
are so yours
Jack
AS the man who quarreled with I the way from his Ohio home, purchased Morris, who has a contract for
chief of the Seminole Indians promptly to insure earlv delivery.J. .
A Tigertail, them and took them north for ex- installing filling stations in various For Vlomen

; ,, shortly before the chief was I hibition purposes. sections of the state for the StandardOil W. ANDREWS JR.
shot and killed soon after midnight, ,
Company, came near losing his
I'f.r'' ; (Charles Vebber, a white mannlliga- Perhaps the largest single shipmentof life Thursday night while returningto "I was hardly able to drag, 1 Dealer, STARKE

" ,tor hunter and trader with the Indiana grape cuttings ever received in Hastings from Palatka, after attending was co weakened," writes Mrs. I I

? was arrested on suspicion that Florida. was the solid carload containing i a show there. Driving with W. P. Ray, of Easley. S. C. X .A wrr.rr. A r ur.=.=_.. '
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he fired the fatal shot. :OO.OOO Carmen grape cuttings him was M. M. Brazeale. Their auto "The doctor-treated me for about :: --

received this week by Truskett & Engel struck a cow near the East Coast two months, still I didn't get X
Dr. C. M. Law, a prominent physician who are setting out a tremendous railway crossing and was thrown Into any better. I had a large family
" < of Arcadia, was instantly killed stock the shores and felt 1 surely must do
for grape on
nursery the ditch. Mr. Morris was rendered X E. A. MARTIN SEED CO.
by electrocution in his office while of Lake Apopka at Montverde. In unconscious! and pinned beneath something to enable me to take
of a childpatient's care of little ones. I had OLDEST AND LARGEST SEED HOUSE IN FLORIDA
taking an X-ray picture addition to this solid carload of cuttings the car. Although suffering a broken my
fractured arm.Vhen he attempted they received tens of thousandsof collar bone and otherwise painfully heard of JACKSONVILLE, FLA.MARTIN'S .
to make an adjustment of the for immediate setting on the --
plants Injured Mr. Brazeale succeeded in getting
HY TEST SEEDS Are known for
machine his arm touched a high voltage 40 acres being set at Montverde which the car off his companion and quality

connection. Dr. Simmons, who will be' the largest commercial grape went for aid. When he returned he CARDUIThe Riml Com, Peppar Evirplant, : WaUrm.lon, Cantaloup' Potato, TnHMtoM.Cu .
+ and the patient, were umb.r. Cin n'o; and Kl.lil Smb. Our c.t.lusu..nd: prlc. lUit will air. f.F
assisting, in the state.
was vineyard found that Mr. Morris had been rob "'.. iDfurmsUon. w. tarry all varlntln of .ar uninjured. ":2 333 bed of his watch and money. teaunl and prov.n to b. xlapUid. to Klurlila' Mill an awl biuinxa ailvantav.
nabla ua to banill. "' Florida
r-- 'Godfrey Foster and Joseph Ortagus i .-.
The $2,000,000 bond issue for which of St. Augustine, were d* -vncd early I' Balanced on his head on the extreme Woman's Tonic SPRINCCATALOGUE

bids were received Monday afternoonby Saturday morning when an automobile I outer edge of a corner of the eleventh Martin'; SpHn CaUkwu !Ii now r.a and ahoulil ..1| th.mMulvm of Information ontaiD.xi In .. .
Bummwr v
commission, rop Ol our *
the Jacksonville city in which they were returning floor of the Pheil building, CliffordM. "I. decided to try It," continues rip t iv. eataloKu. supylld KEB on r.yuv.t, t uthu. who nod In tl"ir nmmvm protnpWy.
from Anastasia Island plunged thru Calverley, of Sarasota, sang the Mrs. Kay "1 took Writs fort today. Furr 'ln/ormatloo sod: prle*. on all, tMWM>n.bl,* ...ila.

To Stop a Cough Quick an open draw across Matanzas river. praises of St. Petersburg! and Sarasota. eight bottles In all 1 regained 4277""='" 1320C. -- : .
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take HA YES' HEALING HONEY.* a They were the only occupants of the lIe came there with the boostersfor my strength and hare

t' cough medicine which stops the cough by I car, a coupe, owned by Foster. They the Tamiami trail and when he had no more trouble with womanly A. MARTIN SEED CO. 2O2-206 E. BAY ST.
irritated tissues.
healing the Inflamed and draw had been opened to permit passage |I finished breakfast Friday morning ho weakness. I have ten
? A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE of small motor craft. The felt children and able to do all .
SALVE for Chest Cold. Head Colds and a so !good and was so pleased with ant
Croup la enclosed with every bottle of bridge tender heard a splash in the the cordial way the. motorcade had my housework and a lot out T You will make a mistakeIf
r HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The salve water and turned to see the submerging doors I can sure r;com. VI Big: Reduction In Prices order fertilizer -
and throat Habitual Constipation curedIn you your
should be rubbed on the chest mend CarduL"
of children suffering from a Cold or Croup. car. 14 toll Day without getting our new price lists just iaaued. Plentyof

r}R, : The hralln,*effect of Him Hen I tort Honor InUfatllcthnMl council has "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" la a Mcial.y-- Take Cartful today. It maybe Materials, prompt shipment. Order now. ) mainland with the he.lioa effect of The Gainesville city prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxa for HabitueConstipation. need.
w what
Just you !
Sprayers Poultry Supplier
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[ Iirowe. O-Pon-Trau Salve through H> poles awarded the contract for the purchaseof It relieves promptly but 4
i skin iooo Kop a oouoh. At all
druggists E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO.
Both ranuidln are iMckxl In one cuton and a 625 K. V. A. turbo-generator to should be taken regularly for M to 21 day
cat 01 lb.combined treatment to;JSc. Electric Company, to Induce regular action. It Stimulate! and run ,JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA g
_Just ask drugiiist for IIA YES. I the Westinghouse RrKulntea. Very Pleasant to '(1I1u.8 liCe
rz' ? your ..
i HEALING HONEY. the sum involved being $23,000, and Cat buttle. M. Get December Jet, 1921 reduced price > before buying.
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f ,i { PAGE: FOUR HKAI>FOKI> COUNTY TELEGRAPH flCARKE, FLORIDA -- -'- .-- -' --

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: ; W f h quickly ai Ted Ualligan And now _. ,, ...>- > .. .___( -.1'4 M .
Bradford Icunly TElEgrat that Ted Ualligan is gone we missfriend a HAVE YOU

one that .we can ot help but S r

: i Published weekly' and entered a'l feel was a close friend and seeming : ANY OF THESESYMPTONS
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( 1 second clans: matter at the po"t a l long-time( friend. !
fl MAGIC
j. office at Starke Florida. Hi wan a lovable man, a quiet, more' .
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I _. ---.- -..-._ than just pleasant! for he radiated

i 1 E. S. MATTHEWS, Editor and Owr r cheer and good humor, and he ma.Je .

,, I us happier just to know him. And I I he IF SO, COMMENCE TAKING "''OW
r,' was no shirker. Whether time I "A in our midst" is tf th4
romance
1 money was needed for the good of tcommunity > GAN AND GET HACK TO
'I headline found in Ellie.
t a ne'flpaper. Ted Halligan came for-I GOOD HEALTH MUSIC! .
where in the same paper the editor :
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f ward with either or both as> the oc.< ,
t acknowledges the gilt of a jar of
t ; !-I Men like he are
,i : sauerkraut from an admiring sub. casion required. I Lack of vitality, a feeling of tiredness -
t, community and Lees-
scriber and a pint of oysters from treasures in any bad breath, pale lips, colonel
'l I another and praises these delicaci burg is enriched by his having lived cheeks, loss of weight, flabby flea a
J. Leesburg Commcicial. f
.y, ;{ very highly. The wedding of these here.-Editl\rialln lessened strength-all of these call fllr !

substances! must have been a romance I I the immediate use of Gude's Peptc MERRIMENT

''r .L '1 as full of action as any written 1 by [ FREE EDUCATIONAL- ENTER: Mangan. It will positively produce
Zane Grey.William satisfactory results. Try taking It
,i "I TAINMENT: AT TilE GAIET
,with your meals for a few weeks and

I Jennings Bryan will not ,I be'surprised with the improvement i in
made I to ,
the United States Arrangements have been condition. Gude's Ian.
be a candidate for your Pepto- and
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senate unless he receives a call from have Mr. Austin Gary, for many year gan will help you back to strengt Chautauqua Charms

tho people, therefore he has opened)< in the United States Forestry Service of- during convalescence from any ill- .

political headquarters in :Miami and to lecture on forest interests ness. It has been prescribed successfully -

has a corps of workers fishing for that Florida, illustrating his lecture with by physicians everywhere 'for CheersRADCLIFFE

II call.-Waachula Advocate. And now stereopticon slides, European, Canadian thirty years. It is a recognized iron

if Mr. Bryan will tell us how large New England, and Southern, at tonic of honest merit. For sale in liquid I

that petition will have to be to be coi the Gaiety Theatre next Thursday, f and tablet form by all druggists.

,'"'I I sidered a call, his enthusiastic! friend 'I ,March: 23rd, beginning at 8 p. m. Ask for it by the full name, "Glide

";; can get busy and secure the necessar I I Everybody is urged to attend and ; Pepto-lIlangan.-Adv.

number of names. Anybody will sign ;'learn to realize and appreciate the
i a petition.-Miami Herald. I I great value of Florida forests.In and beer is the fact that an overplu

addition to these slides, some special becomes too heavy.It .
I films will be secured from the< I of SUCCESS
Since it has become known over the is National not Sectional. 14 years ,
Bradford is to University of Florida, probably a comedy may be true that the long skirt
county
that
have country hard roads, our office is being and other instructive reels. has arrived, but in many instances i It from Florida to Great Lakes. r
; circulars and I Mr. Cary is well known to many of Is still waiting to be announced. I
.j flooded with pamphlets,
citizens. In fact, after studying
,I clippings ufacture ,paving sent by materials the trusts and who man fror ;I possibilities our of forest values in Bradford The girl who never looks in a glass SIXTEEN Men who Boost for Bradford and" who

has already Invested fortunate. She can believe all of!
he Is
in the hope that they wil county, SPIRIT
1 job hunters, have the STARKE
nearly $20,000 in land here. the bunk that is handed her.
thos
Ie be published and thus influence I

l who have the road matter in charge who
LISTENWe tells
Before election a candidate
r The people of the county have elected
I bond trustees to decide what paving what he will do. After election hi I I BELIEVE Starke and Bradford have some of the
shall be used and who shall do th.. the Baptist people of Lawtey, ells: what he can't do. If defeated hells < 4

\ work, and the matter is safe in their!: Bee from the growth of our Sundaj what he would have done. Then best people in Florida and who BOOST here for
U something to tell. II ,
will be compelled Is always
hands. The ""!etrraph does not carry I school that we
S church. that's fine and upbuilding bring to }
free advertisements, except for religious enlarge our ad everything you
society has decided A shrewd politician is a great
Our missionary
and charitable purposes, and ofINSPIRATION
the parties alluded to may as wel ''on this plan: That we will ask oui rocate of the freedom of the press this fine Chautauqua with a magnificent program

save themselves postal'e.THAT I berry growers in and around Law. until, he gets found put. ,
tey: to donate one crate each to be delivered -

MATERNITY LAWIn I I on the 3rd of April to any one The silly age is the time when they; i FUN, ENTERTAINMENS,

jf the commission men on the plat hink they know the most.

Form and they will\ turn them over to I
a recent speech at Philadelphia, I I
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Senator Moses discussed present tendencies our building committee. Some people just arift through lift A Community Building Program and ask you to
in this country toward socialIsm f Anyone desiring to help in this md out at the other end. .a

indicated, by government attemp great cause may feel at liberty to di Back Them.
to regulate private life. In referring 10 and we assure you that it will\ bi If John D. hangs onto life mud

to the maternity law, recently passed I appreciated. : onger he will be, measuring his:

by congress, he said: 'I Please give this your prayerful at wealth by his years. Scores! of larger and mailer tow'ns in Florida buy this Chautauqua every year

d "We have appropriated $1,099,00) I tention.: and then re-buy. Starke and Bradford county are as good as any of them.
to supervise an expenditure of $leO,,- Respectfully submitted The first of the month is a gentle '
Baptist W, M. U. -Lawtey reminder that where there is a law IT
000. As a result we have a law which! LET'S US SHOW 1 11j

will give illiterate mothers a pamphlet '' >f supply there is also one of demand ..

when they need a doctor and which; Many a man who is brave enough to<

will put into the backyards of ever;; fight a buzz saw will duck a rolling I''I Some people complain that jazz mu s
t't tic causes warts on their feet-thet!!' 11
t house an army of bob-haired, horned- pin. ADCLIFFE T Qr. MYIy

t rim spectacled, flat-chested old 1 maid I i brains, presumably, not being fertil'''.! + W M fi.M i
to inquire how the mother spent the Gray hair is now fashionable, bu jnoufrh to sprout warts. I II
consolation to the fellow --- I
night before. Instead of a land of that is poor ----- /

a L the free we are becoming: a region of: I who has none at all. i ;; ,;...." !";.. ;..: ;)f'I = 1j FIRST DAY ,',
The. Clifford CrU'.nn; Duo and tho
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the regulated.Ex.The ;
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I but' t Mysterious Milburn. Mr. Coll'us' ,in- ,tlth
1st will be All Fools day,
April t sketches bu' ,nt
; bF.'. trouucv.1 character
of will be careful not to Tee wilh humor. lie makes h. -
weather has compelled most us q. { over -
t rainy I 1 .
look likt
a--- Y personations like act
nur farmers to drain the water off of ; jgrizo our own. S 1. snood like ,the characters i ru del t'c1te'
ir' their fields, at least the most progressive .it He makes tlftn live rit
: It is contended that loveless marriages M,I'ourn. the:. tnystoriounot: only i'I
r.5. a them, for they recogniz'< 4
among exist. If it is not the } Y f' ''':'''Iilies wIth hn magic but fu-
longer
no '
that it is time and money thrown b s ,aa # n..ltes a rich flow of humor and mer
", t away to-plant crops, then allow then i nan or woman who attracts, there ifilways 25 cent ,,# 1 i7x t +t I i ,.3c 4 *1t 4 r ''ca riment. t tt
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money ambition or some other .r'aI' + CMwcrd:! Tomllr.jin: the brilliant
to be ruined through water that cannot > L American
orator:
I young
I' magnet to draw. N !
get away. The lands in Bradfoncounty ? $ r 7i nc Afternoon="MaViMK the Dream Come
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are rather level, yet there \h> + True.
I The fellow who boasts that he is [t ti 'I,. b; {r livcninx--' The Spirit of the Colu t
on every field sufficient slope to carry Tree' man seldom bats an eye war(:! WantAd 1 1i ., ? Th* Junior. Wrier" !in stone. .",
away surplus rain water if drains an xiing and l old, and Uemonstrjtic; ..iturtf.inueil
its wife pulls the string.;; y Zy rI
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lands have play.
provided. Such flat as we I Ygit'ttti:
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are highly prized in hilly regions, e
Winter is on its. last legs anJ they i r
where washings rob the strongly: slopIng -
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will sell SECOND: DAY
to wobble. a ,
fields> of fertility The benefit of are beginning vy

the canals in the drainage district ha r' r Vwe J. Coal Lockhcrt anj His Scotch
No longer does the bad man stru ,w?"
r r r + t Lassies ni a program of! classic and t ts1
at last been found out, and they an around with a chip on his shoulder\ i .r t L humorous vocal and instrumental
outlets for farm ditches e trios and solos interspersed witnritimni
made of
use as It[ is customary to sneak up behind Horseor ft Scotch stories. The Com-
and those who can, by this means, $$200 a ,Jat ;y' dt "+ pany's repertoire it a medley. of
r thoroughly drain their I'elds l> are pre A defeated candidate says there Is r'' 'K pleasant nary rites, all pifcheJ to a p pr

paring for big crops of sweet corn to 10 hon, tv in politics! and nn ,change! I Ati ":t1: ,C ccntuatctl Scottish key by and their tint picturesque i i. further:::?no ,

fir supplement the staple crops. Starki pertly remarks! that the supply seems >T tish costumes. #

will\ be noted as a shipping& center.foi to bu equal to the demand. a 'r1 I + THE CHUJTAUQ'JA DIRECTCt:

+; sweet corn... during tho early summer I Afternoon-"The Storm. I
Evening-The Spirit of the Patriot.
------ When a great politician begins as

CARD OK THANKS tociating with the small fry we knot C.

: le is going to run again. $$1000 Car THIRD DAY ,>
We desire to express our sinpen r
y '
) The
thanks to and all who assisted In be with- Skibinsky.Reed Company
one The chronic grouch may t. i, r beaded by .V M. Skibiniky, a Russian ,t
e any way during the long illness and >ut.friends, but everybody knows him. ... u artist under whose skilled touch the It,
h;; v death of our ,dear wife and mother. or a '" S ..X'lp ."'q violin gives forth tone ranging from J .
.,J Tjr-likc fancies to deep emotion. I'il
r R. U. Parmenter and Chidren. Incidentally, if you keep a stilT upper A+s" g Slits" Myrn Reed H a coloratura so.
-- lip it won't interfere with the lower t t ;tie r ,7 t pranu of rare charm and power, ama
I o di.'in"ui'hed pianist.i' .
NOTICE "' "
one. Coo who has r
Henry CulberUon.
traveled, extenni\ely in( .the East and
$$10,000 t a Cs Near: fca You few who have not already pair No wonder scandal moves rapidly r
? .5 'kdont of Kiuon College.\! Ripon, Wis.
your 'occupational or professional license It i* possessed of legs and wings ands \ : Afcrnoon-"he Durab'a Satira

are requested to do so at once able to crawl. 4 lions of Life."
By so doing you will save yoursell -5 Evmilnth-'fh :Cjsirit: of the. Pioneer.. "

extra expense. I must get this ali Idle words often work overtime. FarmWhat ,. lEI

once. Respectfully E. W., HAYES, The greatest, of all safety-is in si- This b for the benefit of us all. Nobody makes any personal profit. All pro-

,; Tax Collector, ence. 1 fits divided equally between Woman's Club and School Extension Fund.

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Tt.. ASK- BOND ELECTION TO ENLARGE The fellow who believes in safety The Committee and the girls' are doing their part .
el{' CITY TOWER PLAN first Is not always the first to play

afe.

The city council met in special see
aion Tuesday night to consider a petition The day of the June bride Is hop- is more econ- r DO YOURS--BUY TICKETS

from citizens asking> that a bond) ing along. Likewise of the June bug.It .
election be called for the issuance of( omical acd profit- '
to side- from the girls and them. Help your friend win a prize and
$36,000 of bonds for the remodeling takes a truly brave man encourage help

of the water and light plant. A ftp- rack a tight when he knows he could able than a want Starke. t tt

some discussion the matter was laM\ liek the other fellow. t,
ad in this ?
over until Tuesday night. March 21. paper .
when another meeting will be held. It's unwise for a woman to marry
What liiV2 GO OVER THE TOP
man with the expectation of re- you .. :'
\ WE MISS A FRIEND firming him. He might entertain a '.
sell?
;Imilar idea. to

7 Probably no other man ever came I ., .
'"' to Leesburg and became one of us asp The main objection to light wines "'"""'""" '_"' ..n. .. "......"' oat tC t
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... ;-- The Johnson-Tailor-Johnson concert Mrs. Lizzie Schlintzman, who got der blade and killed Saturday nightin i tor. Persons may register by callingon !

trio (colored) chosen the favorite oft the train by mistake, Mrs N. B. the tobacco quarters on tho north- I the deputy registration officer of

4 of' two continents after twelve yearsof Hull. e'll edge of Madison\ by thn night marshal that district in which they reaulo.' Following

Bits .of LocalInformation \d.DlJJ unprecedented success! coming Friday -I Dunk, quartet Dnvis and four othor n.'C"Ue.l'' are the names of tho deputy t

night to Starko. 130 performances The play is under the auspices of were engaged, in +n game of skin and registration officers of the several voting -

s ill London, England, and other the Woman's Club and under the capable had put up 30 cents on it when they precincts of the county:

t JI I Ie Io (capital cities of Europe cheering!' tho instruction of Mrs Nolle Hughes. were surprised by the officers. Davis: District No.1, Lawtay-Ern..t B. i

: hearts of our boys In Franco. They The proceeds are to go to the buildIng ran through the door where the policeman Wells. 3

will appear in Starke Friday eve of fund of the new club house, now was stationed nnd had his I District No. :2:!, North Starke-J. F. ),'

__** **. <.,._w. I_ this week!' and will sing at tho high under construction. knife out, according to testimony ILL Klckliter. l'

I school auditorium. Those who miss Admission, 2; and 50 rents. the inquest, when the odlcor shot him. District No. 3, South Starke-J. YV !
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.. -w..I4.r.-f hearing these world famed singerswill Morgan. !
--.o-- -- miss the real trout of their life. GALA Mcur AT u.\rnsr WOMEN MUST:; UKCISTEK(; : District No. 4, Graham-C. B. Rob. ;
Mrs. It. D. Hemingway is spending The promoters of the Chnutauqua
crowd to be 1 erts. .
They expect a large pres
j two weeks with relatives in Fernan- to be held. in Sturko March 20, 30 and ent. Auspices Woman's Club. Doors Last Thursday night wag set apart Tho attention of the women of I District No. (C i, Hampton-A. A. 4;

| Jinn. 31st will donate the proceeds after open at 8 p. m. Admission, 35: and 50 for Company G, by Dr. Kullon, who Bradford county is called to the law Futch. ,

paying expenses to the Woman's Club cents. conducts a revival meeting at the Bap- that requires them to register in the District No.6, TheroBsa-D.- W. I
Mr. And Mrs. L. J. Wynn, of Hampton and tho high school extension fund.
tist church. As the boys marched in, primary election: books and pay n capitation Moore ,i
[ spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. I AT TilE SCHOOL AUDITORIUMDon't they were presented with red "Poppv" tax of $1 if they wish to vote District No.7, New River-H. B. MKorce. .

IF. A. Scott. I Guard your stomach. It is the foundation boutonnieres by some Indies of the In the primary election to bo hold on : >1

ot health or disease. Thud I miss the "OKI Home Day church, and the ex-soldiers present June 6th. Tho registration books of District No. 8, Brooker-D. W. Ha-
See Bryan for Crates and Cups. i' world's most famous stomach medicine Down Thar at Plunket" to be given I were also given these favors. Tho the several voting precincts of the zon. i ]

ii Tunlac. Turner's Drug Store, next Tuesday night, March 21, 11> 1 church was in gala\ attire, drowsed In county are now open and will remain I C. A. KNIGHT, j

Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Griffin, of Jacksonville Sturke. at tho school auditorium. 22'1 flagi, ferns!, nnd flowers tastefully arranged open until April :3. Tho capitation tax Supervisor of Registration, Bradford

| spent the week-end with Mr. I Hiram Greene, president of Though the seating!' capacityis ; must be paid to the county tax collec County. 3-10-21

|and Mrs. O. J. Griffin. I Mrs. S. A. Rabon, having sold her I ket, promises!' that the evening will ;) great, yet after the polite ushers

I holdings: in South Florida, has returned be unique in its entertainment for ho hnd caused every sent to be filled! iJIDmmm@@ @
I mlJlJmmlJmlJCDIfIMmMMrlf.'If't'IlIMcnnmmmmmmalmmmmmmmmmCII! !; !
Mrs. J. M. Rising returned to Jack- to Starke,and will soon move has invited all the hillbillies, oranJt'e I many comers were compelled to standI '

{uonville Monday afternoon, after a into her residence, corner Thompson I glotnmers and pumpkin climbers! for I the vestibule for lack of room in -

visit with Miss Kate Livingston. and Jackson streets, now occupied one grand, glorious reunion of his fellow side i i mcllII liHt I

A. P. HofTman( and family. byj Plunketers The occasion promises Rev. L. W. Kickliter, who served asa ;

Fresh, clean groceries always at I to out do anything ever held in tho i soldier during the time "that tried i

Peoples Grovery, opposite depot. I Look out! You can dodge an (' county, not barring even the festivities -, men's souls," opened the service with ,,}

phant but you can't dodge the fact the held by them city folks of Squeak- prayer. The honorees being rc'd- K1_ I. '..

Mr. and Mrs. John Ritch, of Valdosta I groceries bought from Peoples Grocery I et. blooded young mon, Dr. Bullen tactfully ;1

Ce, were week-end guests of, are fresh and clean. The characters are as follows: made his address in tho form ofa 'I

)fl'. and Mrs. J. II. Ritch. President of Plunket, R. A. Green. conversazione, which captivated his iiff.7IIi .

I Capt. and Mrs. C. W. Chalker and Joshua Jones, the town crank. Jul- audience. The music and starring : L + 1.t.

Mrs. W. W. Gretorex, of St. Augus- two little sons have returned south ian Peek. were excellent and many numberswere t.
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|tine.is a guest this week at the home from Fort Russell, near Cheyenne, W. B. Rich, stock promoter, C. A. rendered. Toward the close Elberton Blue Georgia Granites

fof Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Ritch. I I Wyoming, and are guests this weekat Futch. came stereopticon! : views; first, "Whereis I s STONE ETERNAL" -
My Wandering Boy Tonight, then !
the home of Mrs. Chalker's parents Reuben Oldchuck, oldest inhabitant, '
I' from the life of Christ, Dr. And GEORGIA MARBLE in its various shades make f"
Miss Irma Johns, of Hampton, was Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Darby.Mr. N. B. Hull.Billy section ,
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visitor last week at the home of Village cut up, Telfait Long. Bullen explaining the significance of ;

her uncle, S. R. Johns. and Mrs. II. J. Dowling, of Jack Black, Artful dodger, Don each picture. MEMORIALS
Hoover. Although the service wa of unusual -
Jacksonville, were in Starke and vicinity
See Bryan for Crates and Cups. last week, visiting relatives and Si Hopp, leader of Plunket quartet length, no one looked I at his watch Renowned i
:friends. Dick Welsfelder. or showed any sign of impatience.

Mrs. H. Tomlinson, of Lake Butler, I Ira Bobberkin, leader of band, J. W. Eagerness nnd Interest lit up every FOR ARCHITECTURAL DIGNITY a
face and it was with aj-parent reluctance -
pent several days, this week with her I Mesdames A. Z. Adkins, O. J. Griffin Morgan. and EVERLASTING ENDURANCE !
the audience left for their homes 3
laughter\ Mrs. E. R. Poppell. i O. L. Beasley and Miss Frances Bertie Blow, Gerald Middleton.
I Paulina the vaudeville star, Julia at 10 o'clock. ;
,
motored to Gainei-
Armes of
Chicago\ I
I Three essential factors be considered in
Canova. The occasion was a complete success to buying monuments
Velvet bean seed, fresh stock just villa Wednesday and spent the day
Deceived, at Bryan's. i with Mrs. M. E. Edwards and Mrs. Frank Lee Slowe, who prefers and resembled more a pleasant are, BEAUTY. PERMANENCY APPROP.O .

I. I'II. P. Holstein. Plunket, B. B. Lane. 1 family reunion than a church service.!' 't RIATENESS. You have the assurance of this combination
" Miss Angelina Appleby, town poet, '' The call "Come to us anti we will do I
N. B. Hull has bedded out a large when buying our material.
atch of sweet potatoes and will soon Mrs. O. L. Haynes and little daughters -i I Mrs. G. M. Inman. thee good," had a full meaning in t

t ave draws to sell. I Sara Hope and Georgia, will go Miss Everett Wright, reformer, this instance COGGINS MARBLE CO. CANTON GP.

to Lake Geneva today to visit her Mrs E. S. Matthews. I Dr. Bullen will.closo his services tonight Lending Mnnufficturrr of the SouthField

'" Brady Brown, of Lake Butler, spent parents, Mr. and Mrs.\ R. P. McLau- Miss Jennie Smith, unmarried, but (Friday) after three weeks of or Special Rrpr..entativc

uesday here looking after his busl- rin, who are spending the winter at not by choice, Mrs. C. F. Hoover. I the mont successful revival held In I t W. ELLERY DAVIS. STARKE, FLA.

ess interests. Lake Geneva. Miss Frances Speaker, true to her Starke for years :

name, Mrs. C. A. Futch. I Oflttil@@mmlamclelt) ::all;unruaramrdmteAmhlmtmmlRlolotn@mro@mmm@mtnm@! ; mmmmmmfa@uta"FOOTFITTERS" ,
Mr:and Mrs J. C. Torroll and children -
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Everybody who tries Tanlac has We are glad to learn that A. R. Mr. Willie Boyd, Powell Carpenter.Mrs. t

inmething good to say about it. Turn- Moors, our young and hustling "Fort Willie Boyd, Mrs. W. E. Mid of Jasper, motored over and
i I dleton. i spent the week-end! with their parents,
Ir's
Drug Store. Bully" merchant, is to purchase, a nice
I
I Bride and groom with emphasis on Mr. and Mrs. 11. Y. Brown. e
home on Cherry street.
C Mr. 'and Mrs. Robert Richard, of the r
i d'1 1 I Oklahoma, jealous of Hollywood,
have been visiting at the
Jacksonville, I: Little James Ilollmgsworth is still
lome and Mrs. W. L. Wall. now announces a 13-year oM girl
of Mr. 'In a critical condition at Riverside
preacher Wo aro Improving.
-=-- I hospital, Jacksonville. His trouble! PENTAWORUCOLUMNlJ .
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Cream of Wheat Grape Nuts, Post while ho 1
fall
started from a was running I
Lazy people would find one comfort
Poa-iHen, ShrecMocI! Wheat--all at Peoples on roller skates, mho contusion
in living, up n Iron. They could comadown
Grooerv, depot. causing Mood poisoning and part of without exertion.Wilbert .
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tho leg bone had to bo removed. H,' 1 I .___ .
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b Mrs. O. L. lioasley has as guest has undergone two severe operations. I I If
o FOr S.\LE.--l light buggy, $:3.rij 1 l ltv's, a vnun", no"ro tvs f
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this week her sinter, !Miss Jeanette It is thought that he will yet recover. I
I with body, $20. Quigley Overland shot ono time holow tin- rt rht sho-il
)urdon, of Tampa, and Mils Francesrmes wagon '.

\ of Chicago. I I'Ott SJ\LE-An 8-room two I, __ _Co._, Starkr.__. 3-17-tC. POLITICAL- -ANNOUNCEMENTS'

story house and two lots: on the Annnun* (','are ttmli (bin hrniMnir. nut (*xriMMlinu .
EGOS FOR SALE-Brown Leghorn
Peoples .Inch In U'nfth! fnhmil( 712 wnrrln
Drop In and Give us a try-out. roe
Call and Church street.
corne rof for hatching, $1.00 for 15. At tho will bn pulillnhml. from dole' until thi nrltrmrv
Grocery, Depot. j i Apply to J. C. Hunt, Floreus election 'n luna for VS. imyiiltla' At time of
.Tut Punova farm Route A Starke
flat Innort to n.. ._
house. --- ---- -
Flu. F. J. Pattee 3-10-11'
Arthur Hillis, elf Colorado Springs Prop'r. I RTATK'H ATTORN KY: '
the rvmooriitio Voters of Eighth;. Judlelnl
0' ITo
{Colorado, is spending two weeks as a Mrs. Oliver Jones returned Satur- I Circuit
guest at the home of !Mr. and !\Irs.I I day from Tallahassee, where she wentto STHAYED-One dark colored grade I T lii>rf..liy: uniinuner my citmllflnry fur thi of-. FIT ALL FEET
Jersey cow, nine years old, unmarked Sea of RI"".'. Attornry of the Rlvhfh' JuillalnlCircuit
N. T. Ritch. I attend the funeral of her little rnmnrlliliiir l'*>,y. Alnehtin. I'ulnnm.
Lucius Adkison Jr. who ; suitable reward for information.II .'I., grandson, B Wiggins Starke Fla 3102t. duMrrt a. thft primary olfctlun. of Juno tf,
Mrs. J. G. Purvis and son, Cecil died! while visiting at the home of his o 1UJ2. If cUotvrf, I rnmlae a tin ntfirnwHlvc. .n. The Edmonds. Shoe Company, the maker of these famous

j Ritch, of St. Petersburg were weekend uncle, Leslie Townsend, of Tampa. i FOR SALE-Missionary strawberry '''er.elic! of and lima' Monnmlml cilflcn. Will' nilmlnliitriilton'iiptinInt. the of nup-theen.lra shoe, were determined that there slots should be the great.

| guests at the home of Mr. and from Townsend's port of all l' m>criil. J. C. AI>KIN4.I .
plants runners
I I est values that cou'cl Le put into shoes regardless of what it
(Mrs. W. J. Epperson. I You can't get strong on a weak plants Hot last full. }o:. M. Thomas, To the Cltlx-nii of Urn Eighth Juillelnl Circuit- cost. You just simply can't buy helter shoes. Come and
I hrrrhy nnnriunen. to the eltlxona nf th. tee
flimsy diet. Tone up your stomach.Eat Starke. 3-3-4t' I"County or Alnohtm.' ""ker, Hrmlfonl', "|.."!".r. window..tl1en in and let the
FOR SALE-Household and plenty of nourishing food and I....". Putnam unit Union composing tho our come u* explain merit of .

{kitchen furniture. Apply to W. build up your system. Tanlac does it. FOR SALE-1 Ford touring cur, good rint Flwhth. to succeed Judiclnl myiiHf Cintult.. JM thnt Side I Attornny.am a eanill inn.jpct these wonderful shoe Up to three month ago these same f 1

|E. Daugherty at Floreus. house. Turner's Drug Store, Starke. running order, $125.00; 1 light truckwith to the action of the rnorrHllo PrlmnryKlrrtlon shoes sold all over at ten dollars..now they can be bought
and : t" ha hold on June H. IU22. If clrel.
body top, good strawberry v Mrs. Anna Murrhco! Is in Jack- I Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson and carrier: easy springs, $250.00. See mfmlniMtrntlon that I have rmlcavoml In. "
tr fill the "" hold candle "Foot-Fitter! They certainly do take
Klva alnre my annolntmint" > un" a your
,{aonville visiting her son, G. W. Mur- daughter, Mrs. G. A. Anderson, wore Quigley Overland Co. 317tf. pi mil tvrm of Hon. A. V. Lon.
will also to New Smyrna A. B CREWS: feet off jour mind!
rhee, and go visitors in Jacksonville Monday, where ---
FOR SALE OR RENT-40 acre farm,
.[to visit! T. E. Murrhee and family. I' they met Mrs. Epperson's brother, W. COUNTY; COMMISSIONER' -DISTRICT Ne. (
:30 in cultivation good house
acres ; I am a canilltlata for county commlattloni
" T. Knight, of Madison, and the party >vl barn few and of Dintrtit No. I. llrn.lfiml county, and haiwby Price $7.50
a a peach
; pecan .
In tho coming .
. The Woman's Club building Is well motored back to Starke. Mr. Knight announcit my camliilnry pr >
: June 6. 1UJ2 If nominated and elitetcil
plum trees. E. J. Lewis, Route 2, mary.
\ under way. C. N. Cooper has charge made a brief but very pleasant visit 1 promise' to Klve my .beet coerce and aUon.

I fof the work under Contractor Bell. I I at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Epper Starke. 3172t. inn faithful tfiet: to and the.and county.ilutlva eon.clqptiou.of.I amid nrmatly:: ::office service' aollclt and, to Ui the my render luu ftia** J. :VI.; ALVAREZ STARKE

son. WANTED-One hundred .live wild, part of all Democrala in amid' f ntrlot
We believe we sell more groceries H. B. KERCE.
,? o sound foxes. Will pay $6 for females -
L else in town for the size late of South Carolina
than anyone I I R. A. Koon, and $4 for males. Ship as --
|of our businss. Call around. Peoples i i has brought the finest berries to market soon as caught. Check sent prompt-

f Grocery. I this season and received the high ly. Reference, all Danville banks. -
I
___ I Is in the northwest
His'place
,, I est prices. W. T. Hughes Danville, Va. 2-21-41
,
' Mrs. T F. Mansell supplies Starke corner of town. He is a good ,

I with fine garden peas from her farm carpenter as well as farmer and is How Can This Bank Best
FOR SALE-Cheap for cash, 2 mules,
f southwest of town. well satisfied with his new location.
wagon buggy, mowing machine,

Mrs. E. N. Alexander and little son, Miss Thelma Brinson entertained a hay rake, disc, boat, farming tools,

Hadsell of Jacksonville, left Tuesdayfor number of friends Thursday afternoon 2 wash pots, 2 saddles, Duroc!' male Serve You?
hog, milk cow with calf. J.
Jacksonville after young
their home in with a sewing party, at the homeof
a visit with her sister, Mrs. L. A. I' her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. G. Boyd, Starke, Fla. 3-17-2t' I.

Wynn. Brinson, on North Walnut street. The -

!girls spent a happy afternoon, and at WANTED-l\lembel. of the Masonic legitimate field of usefulness is the rvirg of iKe ptopfe! of
fraternity to know that the Massachusetts OUR
Mesdames George A. Anderson, F. its close the hostess served refreshments this community.If .
Protective Association insures
A. Scott, W. J. Epperson, J. F. Kick- II of ice tea and a salad course. ..
motored to Masons against the loss of are earning salary and want to in condition in life talk it
a
liter and G. C. Sweat Those present were Misses Leila Sapp, you pulse jour. ,

Gainesville Thursday, to attend the Katie Belle Green, Lois Edwards, Jes- dent.time caused No medical by sickness examination or acci re- over with us. A banker has access to stony fads which are not generally knownto

National W. C. T. U. Institute. sie Mae Baisden, Thelma Snellirrove,
quired. C. W. Anderson, district the public. Perhaps some of I tUm maf f J.t' of vaVe' to you.
-- Huldah! Brinson Sallie Mae Boring! ,
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agent 300 Bisbee Bldg., Jacksonville
HOW'S THIS ? of Waldo, and Delia Stone, of Jacksonville I Fla. its' The first step on the road to success ill SAVE. The second is BANK

HALL'S! CATAIirtH Mft011JJ1" I YOUR SAVINGS. The rest comes I1.Y.
claim lor It abuse by leant
of Catarrh .i Child
or JJiwifn M No Worm*.In a neatthy
tArrh.. \v. do not rwcutR.l1u.ul It for oar aa\ .
worms buv nowanhy
other d.ea... AilchUdirn troubled with
IEDICIVU; Is a11quh1 'lend,and u.
ladlrntM
tlALUS c.\TAnp.n "u**. w hlrh pro E.K. PFFRYNAN
and. zeta through ,.," cluturOanc
taken Intatnully. more ort esa .tom :
ale' them 11
uf
the blood upon the murn. e'Irface.. lnlltlmmn., .I;S: CHILL JO'.IC: .Wee rotuutyfrrasamrrc ATTORNEY-AT I AW BANK OF STARKEr
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th Hum kawt"'sorb'sburl:
ay-t rn. datur.. rw.torlllr.nrmal : w. : STARKE. FLORIDA
tlon. und oon.lltis(initiating. in m,,,,,'''''.. '. .dun'.m.t 4.''.tmmum.9; 5lAtb. .
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEf RAP, STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY. :MARCH 17 1922.
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=- SALAMANDERS AND GOPHERS trance hinders the escape of the fum '
I[ BEWARE OF THE SEX DETECTOR :
r ..: and] forces their penetration of '
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There two burrowing} animals burrow, killing I'h
rI i| Said to Detect Sex of Eggs und GiveI'ouhry are
I turtles seem to be porticularlv f ,, '
farm ;
that do damage to cropsin "
Raisers All PulletsBeware I !great /
'1 4'' With The Bradford I Florida. One, a ground squirrel, of the roots of pecan trees. Third ''J

is commonly culled II "salamander." I they) do much damage/ to young IK* ,
I the
I I of the sex detector, says
ak I' a department of agriculture It i ii be- The other one is it turtle but is commonly orchards. ,

r County Farmers "., ,./ ing widely advertised as one of the called a "gopher." Both of Tho best' preventive of both grou, d|

I .1 greatest "marvels" of the age but these names in Florida are used in a I squirrels and burrowing: turtles is ,

t..............................................................-...-........._. .., there is nothing to it, the department sense different from that used in other thorough and frequent cultivate

1: ; asserts in a formal statement. English speaking countries.Our Neither likes to have its burrow eoi' Ii

,' I -, :11 ,. ifll:<, | According to its manufacturers and salamander, that is, the ground J stantly disturbed by the plow and o,

I 1\\ PLANT PUUKIWED': S.KED; : FOR ..t'i (JETTING: ; RID OK THE CABBAGE ., AI' ', I I publicity agents, the detector is a squirrel, is closely related to the pocket tivator. Sweet potatoes should foil n

I ) ItlGGER; YIELD BUGS 'I'f small instrument that will unfailingly gophers of the west. True salamanders soma crop which can be given tho
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:'i t I indicate the sex and fertility of often called "mud puppies"or I i ough cultivation so as to rid the n>M,

I I The value of purebred livestock appears Are you acquainted with the Harlequin eggs, the department says, adding "water dogs" are slender, slippery, of these pests. Seldom will they get

; : ::1)' I pretty well implanted in the cabbage bug? Have you had Beauty and HealthGo that poultry eggs were promised phe- hairless animals. They are related to into a field and do much damage after

t, \ minds of ull American farmers. and such of your vegetables as cabbage; Hand in Hand nomenal hatches and as high a percentage frogs but have long tails. They are 1 the cultivation of sweet potatoes has>

in the practices of the better type of collards, lettuce, etc., destroyed in the of females as they might desire found always in or near water, and 'stopped. Sweet potatoes should. be

1 farmers, so much so that there is little summer by red, yellow and black Here is Sound Advice for All Women by its use. feed on insects and other animals. I cultivated, as long as possible, until

1 danger of a return to the predominance bugs? That bug is the Harlequin cabbage Covington, Ky.-"For a long time I "But this was only part of what Both the ground squirrel and tha the vines grow so long it is practical. r,

11\\ of the old scrub hog, row, bug and is very hard to control. Buffered and Heverely pains in every month back with hcndaeho might be expected of this simple but burrowing turtle feed on vegetation./ ;! ly impossible to get through with the S

'\' horse or chicken. The mouth of this insect adapted Then I I begun using my Dr. Pierco's: and Favorite limbs. potent little device," declares the department The ground squirrel, or pocket gopher 1 cultivator.

Yes, we have heard purebred pig for piercing the tissues and suckingthe Prescription and 1 '
''I!' can testify that it in a recent circular "It was so often incorrectly called salamander -
and bred calf and pure bred colt of growing It attacks gave mo much relief! and that it has I
d pure sup plants. here !
tunneling
the said to tell the sex of oysters, butter- does much damage by 1 G01'I ANY SURPLUS EGGS: ; ?
and bred "biddie" from the time tho leaves vines and snmo great benefit to my daughter: for
pure tender stems. I
iII similar trouble. All women: who stiller flies, caterpillars, beetles, worms and through the earth a foot or so below -
'II\ when we went barefooted and ate out Tho bugs increase rapidly during the with ,
trouble f\f fsirtiininn ( the of the animals from
a even sex the surface. It destroys plants,
"". I ':'II/ of H spoon, but how often have we I summer, the increase-during the-season I should I ;i try Dr.: Pierco's: :;; nine Favorite: urncU.r Pro-; which were obtained such products as seeming especially fond of sweet potatoes I; "This is the period of low prices ."nf ,

I heard about bred or Beription.1. -Mrs. Ella Mullius eggs; Every hen is on her job. Lo
; 1\ pure corn purebred if unmolested, being enormous. 2037
Center ; leather and cheese, although there peanuts and other root crops.
:St.
i' seed ? : I cal markets are overflowing with eggs
other kinds of
Soon after tho first frost of earlywinter
/ Start on tho road to Health and Benu- would seem to be little difference in The pocket gopher has many open- "
: It be said that it is just im. and prices are dropping, said Dr. N.
1 may an the adults and nymphs crawl t v by obtaining; t this: "Prescription"! of Dr. the case of dairy products. I ings in his holes, through which he q
portant that the farmer secure the between und into the folds of leaves I'I rl'o's from your iieiiiliborlmod drug-: W. Sanborn, poultry specialist of the

1 best seed to be had as it is for him to I of old plants, under rubbish' at the !tiNt,in tubletsor liquid. Write Dr.Pierce, "Even the criminologist was offered escapes and through which escape poisonous I 1 I University of Florida, in a letter r
resident Invalid. Hotel in Buffalo assistance! for it was claimed thai the gases which may be used
March Floridian
the best livestock. "Purebreds 1 to n interested inpoultry.
secure base of stalks ,
cabbage and ender almost
'" N. Y., for free medieval 'advice unfailing little device would tell the against the ground turtle. Therefore, ,
11' eventually, why not now, applied as I any convenient thing. All the -
it has been found that the most sue-
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of the who shed the
sex blood
properly to the Heed of farm cropps as nymphs perish during winter, as do or a perforated can. person f i The letter'continued, "Do not ruthyour
it does to farm animals. adults. Warm It Is advisable to mix sulphur with found on clothing or elsewhere. One cessfut method of combatting this! rodent eggs into an already crowded '
many days
,i. The planting time, for general field I tempt them to feed; then sunny sudden cold hydrated lime, three to one. This manufacturer said that by attaching is by using a poison bait. The market. Get busy with your year'shatching.

I : crops, is near Seed should be on hand snaps, which are certain to follow, lime may be made by adding 32 'a wire to his apparatus and runningit ; following has been used! with success: Use part of this fall sup- .\
i I pounds ((4 gallons) of water to 100 through a keyhole he could deter- Sweet potatoes, carrots or parsnips,
or readily available. But it is not too j are their undoing. Ii ply of eggs to produce chicks for eating ,
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best : pounds of quicklime. Mix the lime mine the sex of any person holdingthe 4 quarts. j and for Then down
,I. late to get purebred seed-the I Warm days early in the year bring! j laying. put ,tin
h 1 j\\ seed. If you didn't save your own I ihi bugs' into action. They attack and sulphur thoroughly. It is best to loose end of the wire" Alkaloid strychnine, 1-8 ounce) ) water glass your surplus eggs, or I &,

t purebred seed or haven't them already the first wild;- plants;; ,' related; t-the apply the dust at night or early I At the suggestion of the post office Saccharine, 1-2 ounce. sell them to people you. may be able 4

t morning in order that it stick department, the bureau of chemistry Cut the sweet potatoes carrots or
.t there are many reputable seed houses cabbage, that come with spring. As may to interest in this method of preserv-
the and the bet ter. of the agriculture department made parsnips into small half inch cross- ing Printed instructions for
.I I throughout country, nearest spring and summer come on they attack 'fjrgs.):
The dust is I tests of severel I such instrumentswith sections. Moisten with water and let
I one to ;you can be reached in n few such vegetables as turnips, Brussels particularly effective on preserving eggs in water glass, instructions 'del
'
plants like strawberries where the the result that all the manufac- drain. Mix thoroughly): the alkaloid
which
days by mail.However use and
sprouts, cabbage, Kale, collards, you may
leaves lie close to the turers have now gone out of busi- strychnine and saccharine. Sift this
in buying/ seed, it is just cauliflower, mustard, rape, eggplant, ground. :pass on to your neighbor, can be had
!
as necessary that you make sure of asparagus, potato, tomato, okra, beets ness solution over the sweet potatoes. for the asking of the College of Agriculture -
"
j r "One of the detectors, continues Another bait consists of corn poisoned -
dealer and COUNTY AGENTS REPORTS
I the roputableness of the and beans. I or by calling upon your
the report, "was an elongated, tubular ,' with strychnine. To make this) ,
of the of the seed do home demonstration "
quality as you Insecticides that kill the bugs will county or agent.
t when buy purebred livestock.First I Polk-Growers are fertilizing and plummet-shaped device made of -
you also destroy the plants, therefore
preventive preparing to with lime sulphur nickel-plated iron and filled with .1 I phate and 1 teaspoonful. of starch
f' make sure that the seedman makes it measures must be taken. Prof. spray CHIPS
P his strong point not to sell poor seed. I J. R. Watson, entomologist of the I for rust mite and red spiders. Watermelon I greenish mixture of calcium carbonateand 2 1-2 pints of water. Mix this with
an aluminum salt, and suspendedby 1-2 pint of fine salt and 1-2 pint of
Second be he makes mistakein growers are spraying to control -
sure no Florida Experiment Station, recommends Dust with sulphur to kill red spiderson

the seed he sells you-make him the 'following: aphis. j a fine thread. starch. Stir thoroughly with an egg: peas, strawberries, beans, citrus, ,
"When held an inch above an egg beater, put in the fire and bring! to n ;
make of it.
sure 1. Clean up all old plants about cotton, violets, etc.
St. Johns-The extension dairy containing a male germ the stuffed boil; then pour it over 8 quarts of Y I
Plant sound seed-- specialist -
only purebred the garden or field as soon as the crop I Test seed samples to find what pro-
tube was to swing back and forth like
and I and
start the crop rlCht-and make bigger has been removed. Burn the plants suggested figuredout corn.These portion you can count on when sowing -
the pendulum of a clock but if the baits should be
i yields.PRODUCER. and bugs. for one of our dairymen a dairy I ; placed around time comes.
a k ration which will save him $18.50 a egg were of the opposite sex the bib I the entrances to burrows and where t
2. Clean weeds and rubbishnear "Purebreds eventually not
up why J.
week He wants to do further work would describe! little circles, and in I gophers are working.When .
) MEETS CONSUMER: : the cabbage field or garden and : now," applies as aptly to the seed of :,
with and will do the case of an infertile egg there these ground squirrels get into -
us some milkproduction
burn all such rubbish in fall or early I I I .crops as it does to animals or to a reins ,
testing. would be no motion at all. a lawn they can usually be drowned
Housewives in towns in Flor- winter. I it dws to farm animals, or to a t
many "Another device consisted of smallgilded per-
a out by turning the hose into the hole. :
ida are finding it possible to buy 3. Trap crops of mustard and oth- tain brand of flour. $
wooden ball
Brevard-Several show- I having a cavity I, The burrowing/ turtle digs a deep
fresh vegetables, fruits and other er related crops planted in spring, to growers are filled with red lead and covered by ni hole usually with but one entrance. It .
be ing interest in grape culture. As a The return to long skirts will not ,
destroyed by spraying will the
farm products directly from the farmer get small! iron disk, the whole suspended, be killed
i can by throwing
a rag or
and at modest, reasonable prices. bugs not destroyed in the fall. As result we are ordering 250 plants to I 'cork a hardship. The fellows all know ,
by a cord. The telltale motions were handful of
be divided between I j cotton waste, saturated
+ r all the five growers as a .that they are getting t
soon have
Various throughout the state as bugs attackedthe
agencies ; trial. claimed to be the reverse of those that with carbon bisulphide, down its bur- '
r ) particularly home demonstration trap crops, spray with kerosene indicated male and female with the I
row and at once tightly): stopping
up Failure bothers '
r agents, have been laboring to this end! emulsion, 15 to 20 per cent strength, other instrument. the never the man who 'i'it!
burn 'with Marion-Our new creamery has entrance. This closing of the enI,loesn't recognize its existence. .,: '
i. or hand torches.
for several years-striving to Institute Try as the agricultural department j.i.
j
orders than it fill for \
)
more can ,
4. If cream
j' "curb markets, places where the any bugs miss the above butter and ice cream. j experts would, they could not get tho 'I ''

%I farmer may directly meet the consumer treatment and get on the main crop, "miracles" to work. Tests on eggs :r

4' I and on terms which are fair and it will pay to hand pick them at first and other things by a number of
per.
Selected
Putnam GENERAL
t ground at Mann. INSURANCE
to both appearance. Pick and drop into ''
a
: satisfactory pan sons showed that all the instruments Rw
villa which to demonstrate the
q Last August: a number of women of kerosene and burn. on were useless. No two got the j j
I persons
of small
Enrolled 16
growing grains. HAROLD
J belonging to the county council of 5. If bugs are missed by any or I same results with the same eggs, and C. WAL.LSTARKE. ;
boys club members at Hollister.
t home demonstration work in Ft. all of the above methods they will lay as I eggs known to be infertile gave positive : :

,.W, I Myers started to work to establish a many eggs in musses which are readily indications that they would hatch FLORIDAFIRE.

i jw; curb market in that city. This mar- found. Gather and crush the eggs. Manatee-One lady who is having both pullets and cockerels. I<
: trouble with cattle due to stagnant
.. LIFE BONDS AUTOMOBILE
l ket opened January 7. Miss Sarah '- ,
W. Partridge, state home demonstration DUST WITH SULPHUR TO KILL water, agreed to drain the pond and Pineola and Ostachitta.
4 furnish fresh water. I
RHD SPIDERSRed I
agent): reports that most encouraging L

and satisfactory results are being I _.....,.- __ n___ .._".
spiders beginning to do Suwannee-Six carloads! of fat bar-
met by this curb market. The beginning are considerable
rows will be fed out by club boys for
damage in various of
was somewhat slow, the sales parts I

the first week amounting to only$JO. the state. They attack a variety of May delivery.

But as soon as the farmers learned plants, but sulphur will control them. i

that the housewives really would!fome Peas, strawberries, beans, citrus, cot- Hamilton-Our farmers plan to increase FORDSON TRACTOR
of long staple cotton
out and buy their products, the sales tage, violets and camphor are prob- acreage
ably the most liable to attack of the by about 25 per cent over that of last
took a sudden, upward trend, and for
the last week in- February amountedto domestic nlnnts. year. I

$370. Infested plants become gray and -

c "Before this curb market came I dried up in appearance and finally Lake-Watermelon crop in good

tried to sell a load of vegetables by turn yellow and die. Strawberries turn condition Many growers report a I

a 1 driving from house to house. I lost a brown and remain small and hard. If 100 per cent stand. No damage from
frost. Oranges are still bringing ex
day and took in $19. Now, that the examined closely infested plants, par I I eI

market is here, I have sold for $24 ticularly the under sides of the leaves, cellent prices.

I the sumo load which formerly brought are found covered with a web of fine I

me only $19. Formerly I lost a day; silk under which the minute yellowish Clay'-Have visited practically ev I I o 4',

mites be with the naked, ery new settler in the county. this II = -
I now I sell out in an hour, no spoke can seen eye. week.

one farmer of the Ft. Myers section Under a good lens one can readily I I -

I t Miss Partridge l states that curb discern the eight-legged adults whichare I o
t Distributer 43 of bred
+, markets will be started soon in several from red to green in color, the sittings\ pure = .0 =
farmers this week.St. o
eggs among o
i i'rt other cities in the state. bright red eggs, and the white skins
r
which were cast off when tho spiders I 0r .
CALOMEL: SALIVATES molted. Lucie-Most of my time taken

I AND LOOSENS TEETH up this week in efforts to control citrus -
These spiders belong to a group I!
called spider-mites which includes the scab, rust mites, thrlps and insect ,

., The Very Next Dose of This Treacherous and fungus diseases of truck j I
rust mites of citrus. The best remedyfor II I
Drug May Start Trouble crops. e
\ any of hese; spiders, or mites, is

some form of sulphur, according to I
You know what calomel is. It's Osceola-We had a farmercade from
Prof. J. R. Watson, entomologist of
mercury; quicksilver. Calomel is dan this county to Plant City in order to

I gerous. It crashes in sour bile like the Florida Experiment Station. I' study the growing and marketing of 0 0
Use either free sulphur of
; or some
dynamite, cramping and sickening strawberries.
its compounds, applying it dry, or in
Calomel attacks the bones and
you. the form of a spray. Free sulphur is REDUCTION IN
Citrus-We have PRICES
should be into just organizedwhat
r never put your sys one of the beat remedies against red ,
promises to be about the livest
spiders. It is somewhat slower in. its
tem.If EFFECTIVE
t// you feel bilious, headachy, con- action than some compounds of sulphur co-operative packing and marketing JANUARY 27TH 1922
association In It is at
our county .
'atipated and all knocked out, just go often taking two or three days ,

to your druggist and get a bottle of or more to do its work, but it remains '

Dodson's Liver Tone for a few cents active for a long time, frequently two A TONIC $395. :

which is a harmless veetable substitute or three weeks, and usually kills the Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic restores Now f. o. b. Detroit

for dangerous calomel. Take a mites. Energy and Vitality by Purifying and,

spoonful and if it doesn't start Enriching the Blood. When feel its This remarkable reduction in
will
youI'Jiver Sulphur can be applied dry and be you price tend to lighten the physical l Kurdent of farmers and aid

t and straighten you up better and driven Into the citrus trees or straw! strengthening invlgoratir effect, see howit them to produce maximum crops* at reduced cost. We canmake immediate delivery and
quicker than nasty calomel and without beds brings color to the cheeks and howit on hand at all times a complete line of Tractor parts. carry -
berry by means of a blower or
making sick, just go back and
0 you Improves the appetite, you v-iU then
duster. In the strawberry patch it can
get your money. appreciate its true tonic value.
Don't take calomel! It makes you be applied by hand, or shaken into the Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is simply J. W. ANDREWS JR.

iI sick the next day; it loses you a day's vines through a closely woven cloth Iron !and Quinine suspended In syrup. So ,

______: f work. Dodson's Liver Tone straight pleasant even children like It The blood Authorized Ford and Fordson Dealer. Starke Florida
ens you right upland you feel great. HIIoji Cured In 6 to 14 Days needs QUININE:/ to Purify it and IRON to ,

No salts necessary. Give it to the DrtUrtfoH retard mrmi'V If PAZO OINTMENT\ fat*. Enrich it. Destroys Malarial germs and 4.j
is harmless tncnri' lictu' ,. ((1.1 t 1'oe.ifn4orProtrudat4Fnr.4' ,
children because it perfectly .tf Grip germs by ice Strengthening. Invigorating .
i I v.ao" r t >\ Irr.q riti* end y"'t r n tfI -- .
I "i, and cannot salivate.--Adv-69. I fi i.: uitlcnttuQ. j>ttu, Effect oOc }


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FRIDAY, MARCH 17 1922.
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I.A WTEY arrived Wednesday for a visit with GRAHAM la visiting ut the homo of Mrs. M. M.Donniaon When a relief agent/ starts to con- (
F. M.\ Crews and family. COBS.Mrs.

' L wtey, March 17.-J. C. Cone of II. C. Vaseoo Douling and daughter, voy a load of food!l. Dr. Dickinson reported .
Wimberlv Jr.
wa sa business Graham :March 17.-:Mrs. Katherine of Jacksonville DeweyFralick was a business visi- he his '
to friends
I are Malting says good-byo I
Brooker; was transacting|: business in visitor to Starke
Wednesday. Dowlmjr of Pompano, was relatives in town this week. tor to Lake Butler Monday. for ten days takes blankets, grub '
the first of the
Uiwte! week. I Mrs II. C. Wimberly and Miss Win- her brother
J. 'P. Reddish was a visitor to the Mfred Wimberlv in Monday. Mrs. P. P. Drklo and son, Julian, of Mr. and, Mrs. Guy Markham\ of lives in n box car and 'takes his luck
were Jacksonville
Mrs.\ Dyal
O. W.
| aunty seat t Monday. I' to secAl G Fields" Minstrels Thurs- and son, Five Mile .spent Friday tho guest of Lake City, are upending the week with with bugs and bandit" Transportation _

Miss LOUIMBlnnthurd spent Thursday and Friday at Miss Marshall Proctor. They Mr. and Mrs. Lee Sheally. the key to relief ho declared
was a visitor day. were
bedside of her
brother near homo Homer Jordan is expected home was almost lost.
Jacksonville accompanied by Misses! NnrmnDeklo
| to Friday. J I
I.. Williams
of Jacksonville Wiley) Edmondson of '
Mrs. Louis Marr was culled to San- business wasa Sampson and Ruby Proctor. from Mexico thin week where ho haa "There arc no rail lines except craiy :

last week visitor here Thursday. a visitor hereVcdn..sduy.. Jesse C'uson of New River been at work in the oil fields during, mirrow-gauge: spurs set in some timo ,I 1',
| derson on account of the J. L Marr wits at-
and W. M\ Wimberly E. J. Munheo made a business
motored the
j illness of her father. list two children ] to Lawtey Wednesday to Sampson Thursday. to business in town Saturday. past year. past by some special I Interest to reach

I accompanied her. Miss Winifred Miss Irene Thomas !Math Pukes, of Five Mile, was in F. W. Lnl'inlt'j'nt for the Tlnaos-' 1\ town or a mining camp. To get

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Barber and chil- I guest of Miss\ Mattie Wimberly Harley was Law-the the week with relative spent at Friday on business." Ho was! ac- ] Union was hero Thursday. from Sarn to Kazan 400 versts you

I dren spent Sunday with relatives in Wednesday. / K. J. Murrhoo was a business ", homo by Ins sister, Miss j j Mr. and 1 Mrs. Frank Summers arethe have to go to Moscow and) back 2,000

| Macclenny. Mrs. David Lang and Richard to Waldo Saturday. Dukes who had boun tho guest !:i proud parents of a baby girl, born versts. Snout with other cities In tho
Lang
her Mrs. II. :March 7th. yalley. I have seen an American boy ,
Eunice Dinkins sister Stewart
Miss\ returned to 1
were visitors to Starke :Mr: and Mrs. Ben Wilder and
Saturday. D. C. Williams and L. P. Fiuliok stagger in an American relief administration \
[Jacksonville Saturday after spending Messrs. C. M. Click Byrd and King thur aro visiting relatives at Rev., S. S. Proctor f filled his regular < -

la few days In Lawtey nt the home of of Jacksonville, were transacting bus- City this week. with New River Baptist were business visitors to Lake City local hp"III\lIl1rters\ after four
I Tuesday <1u 's in n box car In which ho had
J her parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles iness here/ Friday. Roy Roberts spent the Saturday and Sunday.A. .

Dinkins. J. I. Marr made a trip to) Maxvillo Jacksonville on business. E. Proctor and sister, MUs Mar Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Keen and children traveled\ 100 vents

Mrs) Wimberly and son and daughter of Jacksonville are visiting at "For north and south transportation ,
/ Friday. James Reynolds was a : spent Sunday/ ut Sapp, guests
of Highland were visitors here I I (ho home of Mrs.\ Keen's mother, Mrs. there are no resources but slcdgei.
Mrs. Nancy Perry returned Satur- Hampton Sunday. Mr.\ and :Mrs J. P. SliP! and fam

S |Saturday.Mrs. day from a visit with relatives at Bel-I Mr. and Mrs. Walter I M. Dennison. Under some conditions theno can dup I<> .,

J. H. Carrodine was a visitor more. and children of Sampson, spent I ily.Ce!' I Pitch, of St. Petersburg, wa.rn'eting .. Mrs. W. L. Summer is spending to tWl'nty'l'rsls n d.iy. Roads disappear

[to Jacksonville Saturday. 1 Miss Mattie Harley spent the day Thursday with Mrs. Alfred / friends: in town the first of I tho wci'k with her brother Will Bedeulmugh under drifts. Country takes ,

/ near Mt. Tabor.CIIAS1LT 'on appearance of the arctic, without
R. M. Tracey was transacting business with Miss Winifred Wimberly Satur- ney. he week.

' in Starko the first part of the !Mrs Sparks and children of \ Mrs. Matilda: Crews and son, Mar I landmarks Horses can drag their

? {week. I I day.R. W Vaughn and W. M. Wimberly teocha, spent Sunday with her motored to Guilford Sunday af CONDITION'S:'/ IN R(:S- loads only three days a week. A week's
SIA provision for A horse Is wort h ns much

Miss Mary Williams of) Macclenny were visitors to Jacksonville :Monday.F. ter, Mrs. Ray McKinney. an u horse. Tho result Is
starving
{was a visitor to Lawtey Friday. I. M. Crews was a visitor to Starke Misses Lois Moody and Dr. and :Mrs. J. M. Mann are con. people who have horses arc trading

Doyle Boyer of Jacksonville spent I Sunday. !Murrheo spent the week-end at for
I grain.
la few days In Lawtey last week at the Everett Bennett went to Lnwtcy fora ressa. JY.. Townsend and family spent some attacked Uy starved tings, sickness -
dirt anti 1 cold in tho Volga valley "People also are trading agricultural ,
!Mr. and Mrs. Frank \ weekend ut Orange Springs
(home of his parents Rev. and Mrs visit with relatives' Monday. I
7
Prof. C. C. are described 1 to Secretary Hooverin machinery for grain; this is bud i
E D. Boyer. Troy Bennett of Bessie and Math Wasdin spent Garris was ill the first '

+ | Dr. G. W. Brown was a professional visitor here !Monday., Lawtey, was n day/ with friends' at Sampson: the week. I a nightmare picture of the famine on next year's crops. The number of 'I 1.i/j;/

visitor to Maxville Rev. Dock Crews, of Long Mrs' Frank Bennett is much im districts of soviet Russia drawn by horses over the entire area is but onn- .
[ Tuesday.
Miss Pearl Griffis visited relativesin will preach at the Christian after a short illness Dr. Thomas 11. Dickinson, of the U. third of last spring; about one-tenth .j

BROOKE Seeber ( S. relief administration In a special normal. Cattle and sheep are the j,
of
and
[ Starke Saturday and Sunday.J. Sunday morning evening. Stores Miller motored 1 ,
The Senior Endeavor will Lake Butler Friday. report on) conditions there. Nil idle.

4 M. Bond and Colquitt Stone, of Brooker March 17Mrs. I. W. Pin- program "Dixie Endeavor Day" Moss Hewitt, ()Worthington, was Dr. Dickinson made n month's tour Russian peasants, Dr. Dickinson re'y f,
Jacksonville were guests last Sunday
holster spent last week with relativesin day night at 7 o'clock. Don't business visitor to town Saturday.Mr. of tho Volga;\ valley und the foothills' ported, are living on bread made out ,
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ..T.H. .
Moore. Jacksonville. this program. Plenty of good McCall of Guilford motored villages/ on the snow covered, steppes.In of anything that can be baked and

R. T. Osteen has been on the sick and singing./ Lake Butler Saturday. his report to Mr. Hoover Dr. Dickinson eaten

Marcus Brown of Starke spent last list this past week. Mr. and Mrs. Truman Dyal of gave the bare and gruesome details "In late nnd A
Miss Kate r-pporson spent the September October ,
[ with his'parents Dr. \yeek
Sunday and !Mrs A of
party consisting Mr. and Mrs. of his observations
G. W. Brown.: spent Sunday with his parents, at Aluchua guest of her sister, he mud, "peasants began to live on
R. A.
Weeks Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cone and Mrs. O. W. Dye! \ Edna Epperson. "Losses from famine in soviet I Russia '- libeda, a weed, that grows in the wheat f
Mrs. E. E.
Burney visited relativesin
d and G. B. Colson and family spent a Miss Nona Brown spent the An oyster supper was given under ," he said. "porno under the headsof nnd is threshed with the wheat, on
Jacksonville Sunday.Mrs. .
few days of last week on a fishing trip end with !Miss Edith Brown. auspices of the Woman's Club emigration, disease and, death. Eml-j clay/ bread, dung bread bread from :
Rowe returned to her home in at Putnam Hall. '
.Incclenny Saturday after spending Truby Dyal was a visitor to evening and the sum of $,!0,20:! gration from the villages now lark und leaves and sawdust nnd sun
Fred Hazen spent Sunday afternoon to about 30 Houses deserted I
son Sunday afternoon. realized. per cent. are flower seed husks.
'l everal days in Lawtey at the home with friends in Starke. ,
I not a dog eat or pig left, with
Mrs. P. T. Townsend several
f her son, J. B. Rowe. I !Mrs. Connelly of Cooter is spent
Pond
' of FIVE MILK: with relatives at Olustce. ( snow breaking through the roofs anti Only One "UROMO QUININB" ;
Ury Gunter
Jacksonville spent I here on a visit with relatives. .
W. C. T. U. m<,Monday! afternoon windows. Smoke comes from the To Kt the ffi>milne, cull for '"" name. I.AXA
Sunday near Lawtey at the home of I Mrs. C. JI[. Chancey of Gainesville I chimneys of not more than half this riVlf 1IMOMI>U/ IN1NI I,noklormuituliirtcMK
4i er parents Mr. and Mrs. A J. Star- Five Mile, March 17.-Mrs. B. four o'lloik a tthe Hub] room, Mrs. eiKovK. CureanenldlnoueUuv.51001
is here visiting at the home of her sister ,, .
E.: I houses. Traveling on tho roads' one ?it '5,1 I. .t.r" and' i>.n\< off ill* IVNOTICK
Moines .
presiding.Each
' Duke and children were guests
'tF
Mrs. R. A. Weeks.Dr. .
' ing.Mr. member of the Woman's Club eomes across pathetic caravans father OK APPLICATION FUR **X DfcEDUNDHH
Mrs. P. P. Dekle Wednesday.
'c and Mrs. W. E. Torode
and
Bishop of Aluchua, made a mother and HKITION R71 OK THE:
! 'hildren spent Sunday with relatives cull here Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Glover urged/ to be present at the club grandparents: samo .FNKHAL STATUTES

a n Starke. Reuben Glover and daughter! Monday\ afternoon at ,t o'clock. var. When camel or horse falls. sick Hereby notion In irlvon thnt R A. wake. I
, Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Thomas, and they leave him to die on the open purchaser of tan nnl0 cortllleali'n numberednwiit'CI '.
d Ed Thomas, of Starke, was a visitor son, of Lake Butler] spent the weekend F. R. Drawdy and family were Brady Rosier of Raiford, has ac Ivi'ly 117 121. IM and 151. lau'litl I by '
rf of Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Drawdy work with the Kin -lIlIinl'sI plain. Sick persons sit on top of the 'the taw oolliHitor for. Bradford county r''lorldn.nlil '' .
t ere Sunday.A. }here. sledges' and arc taken to town to die. I' certlflrntia. belnif dnted the 71h dnv of
A. Smith was In Gainesville nesday the occasion being Mrs. Co. July. A. U. tell( him (IN.d nnld eertlflMilMi In
on
Rev. S. S. Proctor of Lake Butler I Miss Mae !Duke spent the week-end, "On sidings everywhere from I'land my iiffleo, and han tnndn nppllrnt, fur tax
,,Jwl unday. dy'H birthday anniversary. di.ed to issue. In aruordnnea with law. The
" will fill his appointment here next Saturday her home at Five Mile. to the Urals are freight; cars crowded ,
.;d Miss Winifred Mesdames Mattie Drawdy and \ until l eertlllcntea rrnpertlvely embrnri the followlnir p
Wimberly of )High-j and Sunday at the Baptist with refugees. The governmentbus Inndn In Itrivlford ootinly. lorldi I ..-
and, visited friends here Wednesday. nie, accompanied by Ardell I Mrs. Poirest Drawdv and son, Ar- ..,...eI nt tin ilntn nf thir .iHnunnnn of anM eerllrittia -
church. not the 'locomotives to carry them, .In. the herelnaft.rparllenlnrly
of Five Mile in nnmi reepectlvoly
"M. !Miss Louise attended the Deklo cemetery were shopping
Blanchard is
spending art forth to-w,t:
Virginia Weeks is numbered the
on
/ waiting.
no I they arc
ii few days in Lake Butler with Thursday.Mrs. Monday. n..rtlnenlNo.. 117 embrnnm NorlhweelJunilcr .
rel- sick list this week. "Disease is' )general. Swollen bellies ( of Nnrlhwmt OuiirU.r, Hia n, 'Pi>. IH
s tives this week. I. W. Pinholster Jr. the week P. P. Dekle and son, SUI'n It .!'I N.! 41)) arum n..i'......1 J. A Row. a
spent of children to
are so common us '.
UAiroui ( .rlHIiiito No 12'1 rmlnaora Wiiit Half ofHmithennt
'
; II B. of spent Friday in Lake Butler, .
Bennett Jacksonville was end Hen
in Jacksonville. no longer excite remark The thnraclerlstle CJunrlfr rarsacting business in Lawtey Fri- of her sister Miss Marshall I II R. "''". II fI. It. ti 1>.., JO items, an.ta>ed SiriusI.tndun. '
R. Quite an interesting event of lust Kniford March 17.-Miss Helen I II expression of childhood, In i[: ,
Misses !Mao Duke, Ruby I
| (; .rllllcnl. No. UK iinlirimta. Find: lint of
duy.Mrs. week was a tacky party given at the Russia Is that of 'sore at i < "
a
Sarah Norma Dekle and J. !M. Dukes I was a. visitor to Jacksonville person I INnrlhinel. (Mnrti>r i>f Houllii'HHt Qiinrter. rloa,
ti Rigdon and children, of home of Mr and !Mrs. J. C. Cone last week I life I have learned to dread! going I II I 'h'. A K. It It .L. tin R....... U...IIIIIIM| tin.
Starke ed a pinder shelling at the
visited relatives here the first knownfirllllnilii.
Wednesday night. A large crowd 1, nil .
was Into full of thildivn They '
n room
]HoraceTvson visitor to No. HI elnnrnri-a heir nt S Vtor
of the Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Hewitt 1 was a .
week. present and all report a nice time afternoon look tip nt me accusingly, blttlrl! is iif Hinilhwrat' CJuurU'r of NOI, I hemt (I"...
J. R. Eddins of Gainesville evening.Ardcll. Sunday ler and run K; l"l t-4 n.. N Molt ft, W tit( y
was Lucian Huron who has been teaching had I 1IiSRVilma Andrews, who in nt- if I had untie it. They are born with I 11.4 ft H Kea( ft., to IIKK In .1 I. M Johnn H.I).
transacting business in Lawtey Wed- school nt Bland returned home on Drawdy as /guests I resentment in their hearts. Hue/ HI. Ti" n iii. K 1J K.': II I nercn, naive...ml
school] at Lake Butler
i nesday. the week-end C. C. MeCulIen apI"tI T. P 'Ilimlniiwny\
Friday. i i Unlivn weld rtinculi. nliull I I"' .I 1 In nIl nnrcnrdlnu
between
well distributed
Butler./ week-end visiting relatives and'j i "Diseases aro j .
Louis Roberts was a visitor to the Don't forget the normal beginningthe I to Inw ins did 1. will .iioaon
Miss Hattie Dukes spent last here. i Hunmiet and winter. I.nst Hummer the lillh tiny of April .V f). Ul'tJWllniwn
county seat during the past week ,
.
20th. ( my olTlolnl nlunnlurn m..l mat thin
end. in Lake Butler the ,guest of her 'I Mrs. Sprinkle of Lake Mutter wan' cholera, this winter typhus. Russia Hull. day of March, A. n. IUJJ.C .

Lonnie Morgan of Sampson, was in ter. Mrs Josie Stewart. visitor here Saturday afternoon. I lost 0,01)0,1)01)()( () () dead of typhus in !I. w. AI-DPIIMAN.
E. J. Roberts was the guest of relatives Clerk: Irault: Court
in Starke Sunday.Guy town Monday. B. L. Duke was a business Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Mi/ell of Luke I Ilia.! (! One city of 200,000) () )( lost 1.1,000.( f iqnil! Hrndfonl' (Vmniv' Flo.Uy .
Mrs. O. P. Hazen and son of New HNIGIIT.II0.514 .
to bake Butler Monday. were in town Thursday after This tear will be, as had C. A. .
Wilkerson of Starke spent last 7. Ilepuly Clark.:
River spent last week hure at the .
"So already dying that -
B. F. Gainey, Mrs. P. P. Dekli, many art
Sunday with friends here.
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cone.J. MASTEIfrt 8AI.B:
and Mrs. B. Powell were I{ JI.ff )cowling, of Luwtey, spent last they are burying thl.1tin wagon loads
John Mann was a visitor to Baker, Notlen In hen.by Ivan that under and liy
H. Baker is ill at this writ- [
very Dukes Monday.Mr. here with relatives.Mr. They take nfT, the clothes] of the dead, virtue of that derlnln llnnl '........ of '0....

county SundayC. ing.Mr., ant Mrs. Tom lIen rlckK I and )Mrs. Webb Forsyth and throw them into l boxes, put snow on elo un> nrndn and nntereil on l-ulirunry. 27, A. /
J .. if
R Sapp and little daughter/ Jul- and Mrs. !Mills and children of I) 102:!. hy honorable A. V Limit u.t. <
guests of his sister \Mrs. Mabel .. of Elarhee, were in town last i the Inuit Court In and for Ura.lford. county,
ia, of Starke were visitors to Law Graham, spent Sunday here with rela- I]trans-port I Florida .In that rata n rauiu. whrrnln. K L.
tey Sunday. rish Saturday and Sunday.Mrs Wllnon In complainant. and Alden Hilton,
tives. .Amanda Thomas visited I Mr. and !Sirs S. T. Dowling/ and There, twice a week, they tire thrown i Kiile Ihnmnr and. Clarence a." 'amnr. and' MnryE
of ,' '... ... fi-ndanln' thn unditralvned will
Rev. I. M. Molt, Macclenny, fill- Leila Mae Andreu spent the weekend :' ( nm
atives at Brooker Saturday and Clarice and Dolly were into great holes crosswise, packedclosely olfir for nnln and will ...11 for cash to II,.
ed his appointment at the Methodist the guest of Cantey Oliver, at here during last/ week. I'I Tmgs have become a menace hliihi-nt and .bent bidder, hi front of th. aourthoun -
door. In Hlnrkv, llradford. nounty, Klor-
chinch South Sunday morning and Pine Hill.Miss day.Allen
Green and Mrs. Lizzie W. I. Roberts, of Jacksonville spent and, attack piles of bodies In droves Ida on Monday, the Brd day "f. April A. II.I1U2 .
evening.The Ella Mae Hazen entertained a durinic, the leiial houra of .lo. for thapuroonn
were guests of relatives here week-end here with his family.W. and dig into graves. Dead children of untlnfylnit .,,101 anal di. ........ thn
first refrigerator car of straw- number of the young folks Saturday left outside In 'In llrudfonl aounty
Mr. and Mrs., Willie Parrish H. Andrews wan a visitor to starved to death are following real natal
berries of the season was loaded Fri evening with a social. Music and I"I..rhla. to-witi
ed relatives in Brooker Saturday Sunday afternoon. open ways in piles, covered with rags Th. Northwwt Jiinrtnr. of the SouthwmtUunrler
day. It 175 crates and the were enj yed and also con- of Hectloa.
contained games a until bo hauled of thn Hoiilhvant tluarler
Sunday.W. Miss Adine Watson spent! the week, they can awnv. 8I. (felt> South.ItMnirn dl dlI'hirlyfour
second car of 224 crates was loaded. 1 test. Those Misses Cla- (34)) Townnhlp
present :
were '
I I his. Dr. Dickinson d.PI
From notes aontalnlnv to*
II. Dowling, of Lake at Starke visiting friends. 'twenty-two' {Ut' fcnnt;
Berries were selling at the depot Fri la Cone, Maud Andreu, Lubedia Pin- ribes burial Samara ,I',lilt' errs. m"n or -..
'spending the week with his Mrs. W. W. Tarncll and 1 little son, a ground near f). 1':. KNIGFT'

, day and Saturday from $9 to $12.50 holster Eunice and Lorene flaxen ter, Mrs. B. L. Duke. Jr., of New Smyrna, are vis-I i where the dead gnawed by ,dogs! wpreplll.d SrnclHl' Molar In ChanceryK ,.
per crate. Three cars have been or- Elba and Pearl Shaw, Stella Mae K. I'FKKYMAN.Hullultor .
In fro/en mounds until thrown
Math Dukes made a business /! here thin week at the home of for Complainant. 3.3-gt-8-
dered to meet the expected demand of Ward, Blanche Crews, Lottie Gainey ,
into excavations.
to Lake Butler Friday. sinter Mm. J. C. Jones. I, great:
this wek. Ella Mae Hazen, Inez Abernathy and he I oKi>Bit roit runr.iCATioM
"Thero three holes
great
Miss Hattie Dukes wait the Mr. 1 Rowe of the Ijiwtey section, were of FlehtkJudicial
In Circuit Court: Stale Flurlda.
Messrs. Marvin and Lucian Hazen (
of Miss Mae Duke Sunday.Mrs. a visitor here Monday.W. continued, "ten by twenty feet and ( Inu.t. llradforcl, County In ('hamwryE. .

HIGHLAND Claude Crosby, Fred Hazen Lewis Addie Blume and Miss H. Andrews was a business visi eighteen feet deep. Around these were Knlnht,

Shriver Roswell and Orval Ward Pitt Jacksonville piles of frozen, naked bodies mE'n. Complainant
Blume were guests of P. P. to Tuesday.
Highland March 17.--Mrs. J. O.Ji Baxter Truby Pinholster, Grady and' Mrs. va
, kle Sunday.Mr. Messrs. Joe Andrews and Mersey women and children who had'. died of General' M Hcnnett nt ..1D.fvndsnt., I
, McCormick and children, of Wildwood Harvey Baxter, Frazier Shaw. and hunger. Dogs howl been at
typhus
and Mrs. Roland Thomas, t Luke Butler were visitors! here It appearlnn by affidavit nnpitn eil ti. thn
The church which is
being
I Baptist and Mrs. Brady McLeod, some bodies and these' were bloody bill' filed In the shove ntaleil e..... that W. J.
Million Packets Of painted by R. E. Raisman Is about The dogs were driven away all tcrri- /nknlnvr, the defendant therein) named, lanonrenlili a
Rimes and W. A. Dekle were here .nt of its ntatn of rlorldit' and hala
Ji Flower Seeds Free .completed and this will add to the Saturday.Mr. PROVIDENCE: bly emaciated and contorted into all a renldenl. of City of ttnhumri, In the

looks of our town. j .t.Le of Pennsylvania, and In over thn ave of
We believe in flowers around the and Mrs. B. F. Gainey were shapes of grotesque agony. twenty-one yean : It to therefor ordered that

homes of the South. Flowers brightenup Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Hazen attended guests of :Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Providence March 17.-The semi- "As one sees the lopsided! houses of aid non-renldent< defendant he and In hereby. .
to to the bill of complaint
the home surroundings and give church at Little Springs Sunday.An observed at the Russian villages the gnarled skin reiiulred appear
Sunday. clean-up day was filed .In ..101 ...".* on or before Monday the
pleasure and satisfaction to those who announcement has been received cemetery Thursday, with a''I dud bones of the famine corpses one 3rd day of April A f). I"2. olheew as the al.Ir5ntlona -
D. L Blume attended .
services .
them. of laid bill will b taken nnfeMleil
bare than a million here of the birth of a son to Mr. Little Springs Saturday and from every home in I seizes tile dominant motifs of the new by nnld d.renol.nt.'t
We have filled more and Mrs. T. J. Baxter of Jacksonville.Mrs. I> In further ordored that thin ordnr bnpuhllnheil
and the following out Russian act. There was un unreality
packets of seeds of beautiful yet community, once a week. for four conaeautlvaweekn

easily grown flowers to be given to J. D. Baxter is spending this LAKE BUTLEK town people: Mr. and Mrs. John about these corpses that male it seem In the Hradfud''ounty Tnleiiraph...anewnpaper
week in Jacksonville at the home of puhllnheil In said county and .1. .
our customers thl spring. and children of Jacksonville; appropriate to discuss anything in Tbl March I.

nuldn't you like to have five her son, T. J. Baxter.J. Lake Butler March 17.=Mrs. Myra Lamb of High Springs; their presence cabarets, soda water | IVl3.a.. W.Clerknull ALDrilMAN.K : Court.Uy .

packets of beautiful flowers Hastings free? S. Fortayth and family, of Ziff, Townsend is ill at her home in Kate Ware an.ll'hl1.lren. Mr. and futurist verse. I i Seal) C. A. KNIrFi'r;

YOU CAN GET THEM! here with relatives. D. KNIGHT.Holieltur Ivnutv Clerk
Is 100-pace( handsomely spent Sunday Butler. Wiles Dubose Noah Taylor and i "In piles they were badly tangledup for Omnplalnant H-ftt-1-11
1922 catalog a I
Illustrated seed book full from coverto B. Y. P. U. Sunday night at 7:30.: Misses Cora Ethel and Estell, Elton; of Worthington Springs; and hall to be released like stilT -

cover of truthful descriptions and tEver 'body invited to attend. mer and Furman Spires spent Weeks of Lulu; :Mesdames .J'I I j ji puzzles Dropped Into the graves they n...."" notice COMMISHIONEHH'In! (.Iven that SALE W. the undir.Ivneil .

Illustrations of vegetables flowers and week-end at their home at i :. Maine. Dick Hewitt and 1 II. Town- : made noises like wooden things of the eommlMnlonnni. by vlrtun of that certain .
It Is full of helpful garden If eventually passes a bo d...... of .,,1.. rnadn and enlenHl by the
farm crops. congress After making weight and shape. They hnd l
Willie Dekle had the !! of Lake Butler. same )lii'lfi* of the circuit inure of Rradftml eounlyFlorliln '.

flower and farm Information that nus law it probably will be eventually. break his arm Tuesday.Mrs. '! appearance of the yard almost been! men, women and children. About In, ehunrery on Ki-bniary n. 1522. In
U needed In every Southern home, that eerialn ramie now pendlntf In aald oourt.ivhenln .
tells how to Margaret Townsend and .. a basket dinner was spread fifty ram every day." Mai-thn I'arrlnh .t al, am aomnlaln.ant .
and. the catalog you
too .. ,
I'nrrlnh al d
and F.I" lrf>i> rt arc -
get these flower seeds absolutely frea. Mary Naomi left Tuesday has been the mustom. The prem- | The phsychologlcal factor of r'l\t\ f N ntnnl. will ,1T"r for Main and will ..11 tn

Write for our 1922 catalog now. It When a man makes a fool of himself for a visit with relatives in I s around the church were also/ work among( the distressing conditions tot..the hilhut courthounn and. .hat door bidder"In Starkn for,each lorldn., In' .frontof diir

to the finest most valuable and beautiful a shrewd wife tells him what a pi. I and all left, looking forward Dr. Dickinson declared, wa a factorto Inw rhe leirnl hniirn of rule on Monday, thnIrd

seed book ever published, and It. wise bird he Is. That puts him in Mrs. Willard Parkerof New J the next day' which wad be Aug. be considered. As a rule, he explained real day f.ta'of. lyln April.and 1IIKJ.:tn the nil In followlnu lira Kurd deiarlhril county' ,

you will be minty glad yt ('ve got prime condition for a touch.Ur was a visitor to Lake Butler !\ the relief! agents/ work alone Flnrliln.' to-wlt : l
to buy any tertlnn
There Is no obligation Huutl Half of Northnnut" Quarter of 1
,thing. Just ask for the catalog andIt Mrs. Iva Sprinkle has taken I Mr. Matthews of Jacksonville, Is and the physrhologic.it effect of conditions Six, Townnlilp Seven Ho'lth Knnm Twenty
cnfllmrant7i' l.-
will come by return mall. rrt rsiscei**. : of the Union County Times and Is a few days with his sister around them is worth as serious one Eant. n. M INMAF7.

M., Q. HASTINGS CO., SEEDSMEN, i .Ihr ant jncrty by n>rlfyti! > and-- to serve the people. Come r... A. L. Drlggers.I consideration as in arctic exploration J. M. ALV 'KI-A:"
teh la t th i Blond. YoutlnsnnnfsrZrftn" 1 C. A. ,NltH'G3a343.7
ATLANTA CA. I nb.a IpvIgoratlna 'I''k..r. help make the county paper a I I Charlie Winningham, of Wittertown or in Jungle travel. C".mia.ln"






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il FRIDAY MARCH 17, 1922.

BRADFORD COUNTY TELE;iLAl'il. STAKKK. FLORIDA -

i I ---' bred calf and pure bred edit
: and contained and pure
LACE EIGHT ._ New Orleans
_._ _. ._ .. -- -- IN MEMORIAMMiss : :\ I It was from and bred "biddio" from the time
IN 19 It was pure
_. RECORD wanted.
-
-
SUICIDE
---- HIGH
-- machine part
\ i iA the .went barefooted and ate i"u when we
\iJ" : ; anj the
WAR
: .. DUE 1O ofBrooker In place in a few minutes
--' put
t.'I't Laura Lewis, formerly{ for work. of n spoon, but how often have ","
ready
I again
I was
linotype
\\A : -- ll Reaction following the war was' Bradford county, departed Instance of quick service heard about pure bred corn or parr

\ \ i'1 the Save-a-Life League for this life March lat, A. D. 1822, at Arcadia This is an that bred other kinds of seed ?
blamed methods
by
: Ite t of suicides in 1\121.\ where she and her sister, Miss under modern business It may be said that it is just at in
iJ : : : : News .. .i A.. the large number several can hardly be surpassed.
.1\\ t: I r County 20.0QO of which were estimatedhave to ; Viney Lewis had resided for portant that the farmer secure the

.\\1\\ j I. = __ taken place in this country. The I months having gone there hoping tc WOMAN'S: CLUB: :MUSICALEThe best seed to be had as it is for him 'n
\ .1'I'I I benefit her health and to be near her the best livestock. "Purebred
I W"k by OurNEW I number of cases brought to the attention : 1\\ secure

:.; i JI\'\ i IlstereatlxtPacts Gathered During the I: of the league was 12,144, or. brothers R. F. and II. L. Lewis. Although annual musicale of the Worn eventually, why not now," applied m
a6 J Correspondents. Arcadia for
Regular been at
fe- she had to the seed of farm cropps it
j I' which 8,410 were males and 3,731males 1 an's!'! Club will be given on Fridaj properly
5
:
( j .- the kindness shown
I animals.
; only short time farm
a to
-- home of Mayor it does
,f! ,, evening at the new
i FI ... -...- "This waste of life, the result of her and other members of her family and Mrs.!\ L. A. Davis, Jr. It will\ be The planting time, for general field

i I RIVER ENGLAND'S: :. TROUBLES recent disturbed economic conditions could not have been more or greater dollar social and everyone attend: crops, is near. Seed should be on handor

__ I I I and the aftermath of war," said a i report if she had been at her home town will a be expected to make a free will readily available. But it is not too

New River, March 17.-Misi! Eunice We have long been of measuredits the opinion by : by Harry M. Warren preside where she was numbered born and her reared friends and by offering of one dollar for the clubhouse late to get purebred :seed-the best

Saturday with I her that the British empire of the league, "w.as caused by commercial : where she fund. I seed. If you didn't save your owe

McKinney spent colossal proportions, would disintegrate I failures loss of employment the hundreds. Everything was done has been arranged I purebred seed or haven't them already
Leona Moody. I but An excellent program/
cousin
"' I heart
r many years that medical skill and loving
I..ake before very and much real suffering. The gro( reputable need houses
visitor to committee. Out there are many
a i
Johns was the music
i
Wesley '' not look for that disinteg: 1 life! and willing hands could do to alleviate by
we did i log,: complexity ot our modern be Mrs. Jack throughout the country, and the near.
. Butler Saturday. town sirgers will
It her tc of
who attended the par. tion in the very near future. maybe the feverish unrest crimes, divorces, her sufferings and restore Tucker Mrs est one to you can be reached in a few
those S.
Among it is not cer- trouble had weakened Briggs Mrs. Charles
at hand now though dress home i ilatlons re- health, but heart so
C. Raulcri questionable unhappy by mail.However .
and Mri. M. I and Mr. Leo Canova days
at Mr. Adams
ty nothing Lawrence
has broken out everywhere her system that there was -
Homer Welch Charlie Smith, tain. Trouble the decline of religious sentiment and Mrs. W. T. Bodl-'I in buying seed, it lit. just
were surprised of Jacksonville ,
and those who were and other have caused I to build to and death came as a .
Chester Andreu Howard Thorn; concessions given by Lloyd things and 1 less'' relief to one in her hopeless condition. ford of Gainesville. Much pleasureis as necessary that you make sure of
the
.,' at deranged nerves depression
Gerald Adkins Ruby Johns, Eunice why anticipated in hearing these ar the reputableness of the dealer and
to the Irish can now see I
\ 1 McKinney, Rose Johns, Tony Testoi, George made. self-control.! It was the desire of her relatives tists. Chorus and instrumental numbers of the quality of the seed as you d<.>

I' David Tison, Joe Moody, Grafton Ad. I! they were the British set upI and friends to bring her back to Bradford will be given by popular local when you buy purebred livestock.Finti

.1 kina, Wesley Johns, Roy McKinni I A few weeks independent ago government ST. MARK'S CHURCH county for interment by the side musicians. i make sure that the seedman makes it

Raymond Parrish. :I Egypt as an I with their hus- his strong point not to sell poor seed
I the claim of IIpecial of her parents who had preceded her All club members
Welch of Long Bridge, was though retaining Lent. Services at he makes mistakein
in no
Homer Third Sunday sixteen years Second, be sure
I there. The Egyptians had to their reward but she had expressed : bands and children over
a visitor to this section Saturday af- I I influence! demanding independence and t the 11 at= m. and 7:30: p. m. Service on i wish never to be embalmed and for of age are invited. Written Invitations the seed he sells you-make him

,. "' ternoon. I I been of it that has been granted Friday, 7:30 p. m. and Bible Study on this reaoon the body could not b< : will be sent to many others not con- make sure of it.

Carl Norman, of Raiford, was ai measure struggle This Wednesday 7:30: p. m. brought back and interment was nected with the club. I Plant only sound purebred seed-

visitor to New River Sunday morn-I was granted without a / Theodore Roosevelt's church crt'ed forth by start the crop rlA'ht--and make bigger .
put
i as was the case with made in the beautiful cemetery at Every effort is being
surprise
I '' was a was contained in nine pungent para-, Arcadia. I hostess committee and music com I yields.
the
ing.Cecil of the Irish questio
in ollr the settlement
of Starke, was I
Adams We few
: graphs. quote a :
known that India was rellt- The funeral service was conducted : mitttee to make the affair a success
burg Friday. 1 It was Britain's was Yes I know all the excuses. I know by l Dr. Holt and other leading; members 'musically socially and Inst but not I Southern College win open its doorsin
I Miss Minnie Carborough, of Raifo less and that power that one can worship the Creatora in Lakeland Oct. 3. according-to, Dr
church
I
is upending this week with her sistt, ;':needed there if that gigantic but possession the" revolt -- grove of trees or by a runnii at Arcadia.of the Missionary The service Baptist was impressive I least The financially.hostesses for this occasion are I, II. P. Alderman president of the in
not to slip
away
Mrs M. C. Raulfcrson.Melvin I II was South Africa was not looked brook or in a man's own house just a$ I the songs were beautiful and Mrs. L. A. Davis Mrs. D. C. Jones,,, 'stitution who announced the definite
McKinney of Wateroak ,at1 in in church. But I also know contract for the build-
well of the
I I as I ippropriate the /floral offerings were Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Mrs. N. D. Wainwright ; award
tended Sunday school here Sunday 1 for that the average man does not war. A. M. ings to comprise the institution's new
Mrs
1 af-I It was believed that the people there both lovely and profuse, banked on Mrs. S. L. Peek, I
ternoon.Mr. ship that way. I. J. L. site to Huggar Brothers, of Montgomery
Mrs.
to the empire. But it now he: casket and later completely covered Darby Mrs. E. E. Canova
I C. B. Brown and soOdui were loyal involving .
and Mrs. not hear good sermon at Ala. The building program
lie may a and Mrs. J. ,
if the of the <01<1 I Ichurl'h the new mound, where the mortal Peek, Mrs. W. C. Powell
Edwin, of Valdimta, are ,Rpend- looks as memory but he will'hear a sermon 1 1a by an outlay of approximately
in
remains of rests
a sweet one Ritch. I
i still rankling. No people pure H.
ing this week with her mother Mrs. itruggla: was good man who with his good wife. $.:00,000, according to Dr. Alderman
bravely than >eace. I
S. R. John [ ever fought more their is engaged all the week in making Miss Laura was well and favorably PLANT PUREBRED SEED FOR .\ will be gotten under way forthwithand

I Maudo Crews spent Saturday and' the boers or, considering l num- hard lives a little asit'r.J i known throughout Bradford a id ad- BIGGER YIELD I win) be rushed to completion as ,
A little
I nation -
'Sunday with Grace Welch. I >ers, more successfully. not much He will listen to and take part in loining,: counties She was a graduaten ,.rapidly as funds pledged in support |

; r Chester Andreu, of Brooker atteni with a population the reading of some beautiful pass music and an SMcient teacher and The value of purebred livestock appears : of the work become available.No ;d
Florida
of
of the state -
than that
ed Sunday-school) at Long Bridge Sui greater from the Bible. And if he is not well implanted in the r
pretty
!ges aught with for several
: great success
I of the British Child
the
taxed energies Worms In a Healtuy }|
day familiar with the Bible he has ..sulfered She consecrated Chris- I minds of all American farmers and
mpire for its subjugation. The Boers ream. was a All chllJrrn. troubled with Worms have BQ ua- K
of
nadu record for heroism that won [ a loss. ian woman, having,: been a consistent in the practices of the better type t-silhycaha,which lodlcaue poor blood.aad aa a J,
HAMPTON I a He will take part in singing some nember of the Brooker Missionary farmers,.so much so that there is little rule there Is more or IBM stomach diaturlxuu
I he admiration of the world. (,ROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC given. rot.ii-:
But that record was equalled by I the good hymns. baptist church from her childhood. I danger of a return to the predominance ''arly! for two or three week, will enrich the blood h

Hampton, March 17.-Mr. and Mrs. I No He will meet and work and speak Besides!' a host of sorrowing friends of the old scrub hog, cow,, prove the dUeatloo( ,and act oa a general ijtronuihrmnn
record for generosity conquerors will rhrnthrow
r I''. C. Williams had as their guest this British had treated to; good quiet neighbors. He will come and other relatives, she leaves to horse or chicken. Tonic off or to dispel the whole tha warms lyMem.. ,and Natura UirChlld will IMa ''f

week, Mrs. Williams' cousin, Dr. 1K. ever a the conquer 1I0ers away feeling a little more charitab> mourn her demise I three brothers and I Yes, we have heard purebred pig, '' firfeit bu. .."h." Pleasant take.. 75o! pat buttle-.
generously as
people ns
Strkklaml of Citra. I toward all the world, even toward h
:. British. They two sisters: :Messrs. R. F. and H. L.
the
W. S. Futch was the guest of hon >iI vere loaned treated by to resume> farm- those excessively foolish young men. Lewis, of Arcadia, G. W. Lewis of .

$I T. (L Futch, of Leesburg. this were ng operations money and were given full i political who regard church going. as a "sofi Starke, Miss Viney Lewis of Arcadia e;

week.J. i and in short time performance. and Mrs. John Shriver, of Brooker.
rights a very
S. Griner, of Brooklyn, was a viHor ,-
I irt I the 1--
hey gained such an ascendency
here Tuesday. I MEMORIAM: : :\ r ; h
'
TIlE :METHODIST
wellJoers WITH / ;
Supt. H. B. Wiggins of Starke has olony Inhabited by British as as ,. ;
that for years one of their number "; I. flJ'OfUYl/
recently been in Hampton looking af- > has been its premier. And South I Sunday school 10 a. m. every Sui The death of :Mrs. Ruth Purmentei, IIMV.a i.

ter property interests. I than lay. I which occurred Monday morning!:. ] -- r-e:
Africa in which they had more
Capt. Heibergcr, of Brokolyn, WIIS !I heir share of influence was given I Our Sunday school reached the high March 6th, at her home in the Water-

n business visitor here this week. I' Tactical independence.We water mark of 140 last Sunday. This oak section, was a sad shock to her APRILBrunswick

\Mrs. F. E. Henry and Mrs. E. I C. relatives and friends. She had been a A
i are rather surprised at the out-, Is just a beginning of what we can
Williams shopping in Starko last sufferer for 52 days with typhoid -
were patient
x.; I''break there but the Boers are the beighters lo. If you do not come back you maybe
fever. All that loving hand
Monday.Mr. that will miss RecordsON
in the world and it may turn sure we you. !
Waits, of Atlanta was a guei:!! I I We had a good service last Sundavenmg and medical aid could do was of neJ
lout to be serious In the extreme. 1 In'dia -
at Hotel Mouser this week.E. avail
in union with our Christian
: has than three hundred m -
1[. Jones and daughter Violet more and Presbyterian brethren. It was She was a daughter of the late Mi. SALE TODAY-, "
I ion people and, an outbreak there
of Tampa, have veen visitors here recently. and Mrs. M. J. Albritton, of Nassa \
1 would have a chance of success from roted at the time to continue the service : OPERATIC

r of numbers.But as a union service and we thought; county. She was born April 13, 1881 : l-a. nnhrmrv-narrome til 'I<,.,'nro, tKudolph'a' Narrative) Art
I the weight
of Brooklyn was shop mere and I I ..u.'n'' ) 1 rnot In ItnllHti Mario ChamlteMwnim '
Mr. Collins reared in Nassau county wa emwi. ,
if the hour of fate for the /gi- hat with one mighty effort of prayer was lUll { Ah Teases 1'tiut Intuit 1 *' iripnrt., Fair \lplon' Art
ping here Saturday. I married Nov. 10, 1909 to Mr. R. U. III" 1'. t>n* 2 MiiMtr-nflt Trncir In Krrm.h Mann Clint"
antic Empire has struck what then? ind work in unity/: with our Baptist Ilk II.-A".I\O. (Pnrvwelll Act 111 I ifrurruul Snpmmi. In. I
1 { Messrs. M. L. Watterson and L. J. who had decided to continue Parmenter. This happy union was 15lt llulntn", Florence' ,Tititlan;
With only her Anglo-Saxon posse irethren Lao { c.,eaten llnlmnrra hove la l.lke Wood Blrill Art I (Hla,lt.
Wynn are very busy with their ne services that would malt blessed with four children namely: Hoinnn| in Frem ". . Florence Ku.t their we
will have ions Great Britain will still be moro A'....... 4hstlrr.Npmlro, tlelln Patrln' k telephone system which they I than nation in the old things more for God in Starke but a Gladys, Ola May Edith and an infan elaaH'{ Irvl I Ail III. ,itllortlnno) llnrltone. In Ititllan llluprppe rinnlK"
owerful any :too ,_ .',. Creeds Act II .(Verilo) liMrilono. In
I : in operation within a few days. oriel. In fact we are not sure that. eries of circumstances made Broth* son of two months, who will never otftllt II.ilibn.(. ..10. ...'Iuo... . . ... . .. .
'lee Last Wednesday evening a part; I she'wl1l not be more powerful than organ the preacher, think It not best know a moaher's love and care. Few INSTRUMENTAL .

1 was given at the home of Miss Lettii to continue the services. God's will there be that can take the place of Salomo'K "n..J'Art I Plain the Music Drama "...Iom.. *
Violet Jones he is now for we believe that peoples sat, { iHirniiHiti . Ifiiluird Mriium and t Symphony 0. ho.Irarlnma's .
Johns In honor of Miss I be done. mother. a.on r< lhtn<.*-Purt II From the Munic, Drnniii ''rtitlom. *
ht'ld in subjection are rather an element .
OrthVMlraxnrlnu
Ilirhiirtl RlruiiMtt end Symphony
lrHUiti
of Tampa. A pleasant evening was of weakness than of strength.-,: The pastor will preach a special Besides her immediate family of I .ors,iMnnilflxohnl. riiimlorte Xolo' .I.mp,,l enjoyed.Mrs. : near relatives she leaves two brother 15001 The Mitltt-rrr (I.u I.lMi .Jtrml hantlnatie' ) I'lunoforln Solo
imps-Union. sermon for the young people at the I lw lent Hndnwskr
Joyner and daughter Mary, of and two sisters W. E. Albritton, of: r>M and MnmrkK. (Ix Monrtrler) tOp( iI) CWlrnlitHmkl, violin
announcd.
11 o'clock hour as previously . .
HIIIO BronlMlMw' llubermanMoliHllo
Tampa were visitors hero this we..k.now Callahan, S. B. Albritton of Jacksonville loom.I.OUtnmm { Op. 1'No., 31 IT.clalkow.ky ) Violin Kolo ,
s
I !IAUINES LAND BIG CANNON Every Leaguer be at the church at Mrs. Ervin Norman of Water "lIaccl-S.I.eUon (Puccini) Concert> Rand Hionmlaw' Huberman
ON BEACH V...ell"'. Italian Handtoresal.cllo0
IIEEF _
BULLY Carroll of Bryceville {
OVER oak Mrs. Ella ,
begin
7 p. m. The League services will lou Puccini) Concert Band,

then with Mrs. M. L. Smith as: besides a host of friends and loved still I ( n.nlne the Il.no 'Coo,..,) Rmtlme Plano VneKelln'a Halo.7' Itnllan* fontreyt.rmmkh Ban
King George must be an unromantic Washington March 10.Demon lead.cr.. Bring your friends with youBAPTIST ones, for she numbered her friends by 150 i VIItch Confrey) Raiume Piano Solo. :/.. Contra

sort of a fellow. rating the sudden force with which 9 her acquaintances. CONCERT Irht

daughter Princess a vantage point could be seized from illness her sutI'erIng SftMI Great Anakrnlnx Johnmoiin-Kramer) Tenor,Theo. TC.rleJlHratii
her .
While his only During long 1,10 I iTt.. huimtiher.U Hurtlilot I Tannr..Th.O. KarleOunwrtl
Mary, was preparing to marry, and ,,!filch to repel an attack on our West CHURCH NOTES was intense but she born all with llirUllan tlolillrre (Sir Arthur Sullivan CnarglAta Choir
(lottl.
while all England inspired by joyous Indian naval base, a marine "expe he patience of a Christian, and often I oo limit of Axea iTopladr-H-intlnftin.", .Roprano and' ContrilloMnr

ii* excitement, ,was flinging its hat in ,tion" has again landed Its powerful The revival services will close or poke of dying. She had no fear of !> .or or tho "Muuh On" 'Robort.on-Rhy..Jh.u.Tiniiny and Klltiihelh"'''lennoxoi ''uno1080'

i the air over the event his majesty 1 155 milimetre gun from the battlel1hip Sunday evening.,: The three weeks ol death but manifested her faith in God. /i.uo Itolllm Down to BID iKIpllnt-Qerman) Baritone1"1' Buo"1

Hard I Florida through a surf andbucked eetings have been full of inspiration following K''h"d BOD"
entered suit against President The body was laid to rest the -
puymeltt for shipment up the gun with the rifles. of and helpfulness and the judgment ofthe amid POPULAR
ing, demanding a I day in the Dyal} cemetery f J.ilUI" Leonard Dlnee Rlanlonl Tenor and Baritone
force The "expedition1 people is that they have contribu ti'i Hlllv' 'ion,.. and rrn.a' linre wiiii. run fVotoii. Orchestra
reached infantry relatives {
of bully beef that never an a large crowd of sorrowing r 110 Carolina Kullluc... Hl..n.. u I-..,1,11. Tn..nor Siii.-..> 'tenar
I him. has "seized" the Island of Culebra Inthe ted to the good of the entire commun- and friends who came to pay their last AI, lUrnnnl wiiii' carl Fenton. Orrtaentra J

If George but knew it, the immortal I I Virgin Islands, and is now ma ity. There are happy lives and happier expects to her whom they held so elseronny April .Hlinurr..lYounff ine I.ewU nviv.A"U'n.htlvprn) Baritone Saxophone..t t Hare.Hull.a. ;

v there the Department homes in Starke today because ofthe 1110 l .1.. bv llu.lv' Wl-.lo.-n. . ... ... '_n. ... ....brneelManmiv : Hare 1
t gods were kind to him when that uvering from Navy dear. r lot, '''''Orlll'8I..n"on Tllierl, '.!, ,.. Quart.t
r announced today. spiritual life and uplift that hascome eta laerw.os. Lullaby white.stark. Tenor and BnriYoiVi.
I' shipment of bully beef went astray: laa \ Lharlea', Hurt amt iLHiolt Shaw '
and if he wants to be convinced of The entire operation was planned< to so many. Thus far, not one QUICK SERVICE FOR DANCING 1 /'

this fact we suggest he Interview several to demonstrate that the recent ex perhnent rvice has failed to bring forth fruit slat snag of IndiaFox Trot iKImiky-Komnkow) !

million young Americans, who by of landing! a heavy gun fron in the conversion of men, women boys Saturday afternoon a part of theeiegraph's 1110 { Gray_ Morn-Fox, Trot lOn.II-W.d Htlllw Rudv.-..W..kr.n'Wl.daan's..,.,..!,, C"1"1"Matornfunsties ,. .. ,

J. dally association came to regard "can battleship at Guantanamo, Cuba, and girls. Linotype broke, and be- On the 'GUI T.ln 'Glou" 8bort'n1; :'K't ':.:DnroJd.unl r '

I ned willie" as the bitterest concoctionof can.U' ..nnleKrueK, ,..raUr<,li"'etraThree I

an ill-tempered devil. adverse conditions. road Night. The subject will be "TheRoad I, md the whole printery, for that mater f U'Cltx-k In the .IIonaids-Wail. ;.T..r".ltohl..o.litiS *'.nl<">.. Orclt..tra.

The cold, legal facts are these: During The expedition consisting of a bat.tallon '. That Never Had a Wreck." Friday would be out of commission. 1..- i Indian. lolUbr-W.IU. (Terrlae Kendall'Carl} Tenton'e Orcheetr

the war King George bought sixtyfour of marines' and the 15"! milllmetre !- night will bring the week night About 4 o'clock telegranywas sent fad tittle Lore gone-Fox Trot (Vounu..wi,.cooporttit
.. .
cases of corned beef In this gun with two 75 guns first meetings to a close when Dr. Bullen to New Orleans the nearest branchf ICI"3ft* { Hammr Knowa-Fox Trot (Do Cw't'a'll'rome"' '' Orch trCnuar

I country, and unfortunately or fortunately embarked from Guantanamo on It IIhome wi1l speak on "The Investment ThatNever > the Mergenthaler company asking -Fox, Trot IToung-L.wls.Ak.el hlt.m .Joa." Orab."' ,.

the Rock Island railroad lost ship .the Florida. Shrinks." be sent immediately. SIM { Ben,.l. It". .....'. Oreb..,,.
I hat a new part 111e IwMl>ari B1iir. -Fox Trot (Rot-WHi* *
an the cases In a shipment President The heavy guns. were loaded fron Sunday morning and evening. the There are hundreds of parts for such Benoio fCrueaerfa Orcbeetr% ,
Cood-B/e Shaiiiuaj-Fox Trot (Jobneon Meyer IWblU
: Harding Is party to the cult It Is the beach through a high surf, in ItAelf rvices will be purely evangelistic.the a 1 machine and to describe just what .... { Carl Z"W OnhnU
tee Must Dreuu-J'oor'l'lol (Lean'''>
explained because the railroad is the : a difficult job. The fact thatheavy In morning the ordinance of Scriptural was wanted, would make a telegram Carl reatoa'a Oreheetrm

defendant and the United States government artillery can be landed so readily baptism will again be adminls-, ostly but each part has a number,

had control of the railroadsfor on an open beach Is regarded as 1 adistinct teredo md this code was used.

a period during the war. The forward step In military andnaval We are pleased to welcome so many The Telegraph staff were uneasy Consumers Lumber Co.

amount involved Is $1,079.It practice, particularly adapted of the men who are sojourners InStarke at first, fearing that the telegram (

Is hardly probable that Interna- to American needs. ; for a while engaged in buying would roach the destination after the .

tional difficulties will arise over this I rawberries. Especially pleased arewe. office in New Orleans was closed. )

bully beef suit, but if Presndent Hard- to find men who white away from Then it was remembered that in the

a ;. Ing wants to be mean he can enter And still, Movie. Director Taylo home, are not unmindful of their need Crescent' City" "central time" is used -

suit against King George for rations mlj1ht: have been killed by a shootinjir. /!: to worship God It is a good sign. which is one hour slower than our

j uppomd! to have been fed to American Would that men everywhere would eastern' time," and it was hoped that,

troops attached to the British forces get under itl I he machine part wanted might possi i-',
Winter and summer are 'pasoinj
and which were handsomely paid Tho Bible school meets at 9:45: a. ily reath us Monday.
but which each other on the way. package,
morning a
for by this government m., and Divine Worship at 11 a. m. Early Monday .. { sa

r: were confined to goat meat, unpeeled and 7:30. This will be a roundupmeetinlot' rearing a, special delivery stamp, I C4N PLP
:
have ti(I
occasional smear of To be successful you\ only < delivered at the Telegraph office.
and an vas
potatoes Join in it.
F4 go i out and achieve success. .. .... .
Metropolis .
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