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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 24, 1922
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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TO BOOST TilE CUAUTAUQUA M RS. iirciiES'I ENTERTAINMENT: = WORKING FOR STARKE I INGENUITY= AND= PLVCK WIN I.;1m! STRAWBERRY :MOVEMENTThe : HAMPTON: 11

IN BATTLE WITH "'IIn1': SEA 1

Tempting Offers Made by Consumers "Old Homo Day Down There at Dr. Campbell Tries lo Get Important I strawberry shipping from Hampton, March 21.-R. J. Hump.

Lumter Company riunket Institution Located Here i March !tarke The hries, of Richmond, Va., has accepted y
a comedy, was successfully New York, : 18.-A thrilling goes merrily on. ('hilly'euthl'l' t

played at the school auditorium, last I tale\ of fire at sea, with 101 panic.v of lato has retarded ripening position In the telegraph ofllce here.

The Radcliffe Chnutauqua, which Tuesday evening, the affair being given Dr. E. T. Campbell, of Starke, !Is stricken men and, women locked< 1 in *lomewhnt' but Starke being known as He has had six years of experiencewith !

will be In Starko Wednesday, Thursday I j for the benefit of the building fundof I coresponding with the director of the their staterooms and stokers held at 'i good market, and auto cars being the C. & O., of Richmond and e

and Friday of next week, is a ;, the new club house now undo.cnn- Children's Homo Department of the I their posts under the threat of drawn 'ommon, berries come from far points knows how to handle the work.

institution, different to othersof Brotherhood of American Yeomen i well and there has been Wm. Jones, of Theressn, was attending -
unique I struction and was under the capable ,,'stnIM, was relate I hv iinngern, of *is ns near, no

the kind, and it will boost Starke I Iand management of Mrs. Nolle: Hashes. headquarters at Grand Rapids, Mich., the United States liner Potomac when 'liminution of tho supply. Every diy to business! hero last Sutur.day. .

Bradford county at other placesof The play was u scream from startto about making this neighborhood the she arrived hero today from Bremen. *In express car loaded to capacityvith .

he country where it will hold' finish and it was great fun for the site for tho Brotherhood's contemplat It was a tale of Yankee pluek and refrigerated berries is sent from 11'"". Rowe, of Miicclenny, has been'

forth. Besides, the entertainments audience to see the grown-ups of the ed children's home. intl'nuitur a skipper's refusal to 'tore, and !Messrs\ Durliiifi and Thorn- thu guest of her parents, Mr. and Mra.Wm. .

to hi1 given: are so varied interestingand town from the business walks of life The establishment of such a home give up his ship until every hope had ''is always have nt least one fruit Jones, of Hampton.

high-class till the Chnutauqun is acting in a comedy. The only childin was authorized at tho national conclave bi-en nbiindoned, anti of his in'cop- 'growers' express mr l'al'un.I..r'\ loading. Last Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock

well. worth universal attemhnce. I the pluy was little Miss Julia Ca- of the order, in session at Denver tance of the "thousand, to one cnlln'..." i W. O. Hod[, 'res, of Plant City Sirs A. A. burden entertained the .

The Consumers Lumber Company, nova, who took the part of Paulina, in June, 1921. To supoprt such a which turned a threatening catastrophe I tits arrived with his battery of refrig-I W. :M. U. in honor of her mother, Mrs it

always pulling for Starke and Bradford the vaudeville star. Thin little girl home each of the 300,000 members Into n merely harrowing: experience 'craters and is tine of the lnwers. The ; Mary Geiger, whose birthday> canto> on

counyt, desires to boost the Ghau- : has a decided talent for the stage and will pay a npecial monthly assessmentof for those aboard. 'ruling prices during the week have ,j' that day.

tn qua which in turn will boost us. 1 all of her stunts were well receivedby l 10 cents. The qualifications that n i I The fire was discovered lit midnight, )been from $S.SO to $10 per bushel | Iho homo was> tastefully decorated

For this reason the company offers' the large audience. site for the home must have to bo :March 2, a few hours, after the Potomac It is somewhat humiliating to see with flowers nn
prices to those win, from now until I I| This entertainment was given for suitable, as to climate, healthfulness with ('uptainVillin11\ Mcl.eod\ In 'box cars coming hero loaded with tier- teen of tho ladies of the W. M. U. r

March 2Rth, make the largest purchases Mrs. W. C. Powell's committee ofl I soil extent, etc., can be found! here to charge, sailed from liremen, up thu 'ry crates and crate stuff. Some crates entered the t'o01l1l1n" drew the shades,

in their store. Mr. Brooks perfection, and Dr. Campbell |has set made in Starke the In dirk IIl'SS. Mrs.
workers for the new club house fund, ( rust iif Holland into the North Pea 'nra but it is hard to casting room

Geosrho-an, the affable and enterprising and after all expenses were paid the forth the eligibility of Starke and Siio?: : had been steaming nlan
: neighborhood for the purpose. A letter should he ma-1 time did not 1 know anything of the
manager, says I committee cleared something over $30. smooth sea when MU."""1 1\", without I not mud here, when ,

fo the customer mnklriT the lir"est '' Those taking part were: R. A. GreenJ. to him from the director of the 'v'irning! the Spanish and l Filipino stokers leriid is so plentiful. j surprise. She was sent for nnd I ushered 1

individual cash purchase at our store L. Peck, C. A. Futch, N. B. Hull, T. movement assures him that his statements bounded from the hold and, stnrf. _.___ lnt' the room before she know

from March 23rd ti March[ / 28th, we I. Lone, Don Hoover, Dick Weisf cider will receive due weight when ed for the life bouts. IlItOOKKItBrooker : I the ladies were present. Tho shades

will give free two adult Chnutauqua J.Y.. Morgan, Gerald MidJloton, the time comes for choosing a 108-1 --'- were then raised and the faces! of smiling .

season tickets. i I i Julia Canova, B. B. Lnne, Mrs.. G. M. tion. Officers with revolvers, ordered the : March 21.-Rev. Joyner 01'1 friends wan both n surprise! and a j

To each customer making a cash Inman, Mrs. E. S. Matthews, Mrs. C. As a tract of from ir.OO to 2500 stokers back to the fire room, which Dukes, will fill his. appointment hero treat.A .
had b'ollun inferno of smoke with |
purchase from our store during this F. Hoover, MM. C. A. Flitch, Powell acres will be required, and many buildings Saturday and, Sunday at the Free Will i iI'nptixt bountiful ivory toilet Bet was

time we will give a coupon bcarirg a''I Carpenter, Mri. W. ]K. Middleton l Mrs.A. will be necessary, it is evident flames billowing from an ."Ij)Inlnlcompnrtml'nt ; : church. given l hy the W. M. U., being. presented

number.If I C. Flinr. that getting this institution hero ts where" mttIrevs-s., lift'preservers I Mrs. J. J. Nipper spent Tuesday in I I j by !Miss F.mnvi Hicks, who" spoke

you are the lucky person holdingthe I II worth working for, and our citizens ''1 i nnd ships stores had mys-i I' Alnchua.Mr., for the society, expressing their good

numbers that will he d'awn at nit I I KAIFORD 'I should give Dr. Campbell all the assistance terlouslv taken fire. I I wishes and wishing her many more
The dread, cry of "lire" uprend, thr\i and !Mrs. I.V.. Pinholster, Jr"IOlll'nt ,
store Tnesdav: March 2Sth, at f;::30 possible. I happy birthdays.
t 1"1 the ship. The 101 pnssiMiiiers broke the week-end at Green Cove
; m., you will receive the followintr: the conclusion ana cream
; At CIIKO
March _Miss Carrie Springs. I|
Raiford, 21 from their staterooms and made for i
'I ItAPTIsr CHUhCII NOTESWe :::
First number d-nwn will receive
i McKay snent Sunday in Jacksonville\ I the life boats. Cnpt. MeLeod l sent 'II Mrs. S. V. Arulreu and childrenspent was 1 nerved.Klrler 1.i 1.
r one adult Chautauqua season ticket I i Dmlil of Brooklyn, will preach
Mrs. W. M. Gra I I the week-end visiting relatives,
visiting/ her sister I i stewards to herd them back and prevent
:.k and a rebate of 2 per rent of the are back in the regular order of at Alachua. nt the Christian church Sunday at 11
I from
ham. the frenzied ones leaping I
i'' amount of the shown on the services for worship the revival meetings ,Ioverb !
purchase
o'clock.)
!Mrs. Dick Hewitt, of Lake Butler, ,r,1. i iI I II The families of L. C. and A. A, )(
coupon., !I I having been brought: to n close few U-1 j i Rev Burke, of Wnld'' will preach
of
1'was a business visitor here Saturday I Chief, had zen spent a days! last week
Second number drawn will receive! afternoon. ,, lust Sunday night, with n church full 1 F.ndnepGtrlan.lnlr..nly Lake Geneva.II. I|i nt the Methodist church Sunday at 1 4

ono adult Chautanqna season ticket of eager worshippers. The revival Pinred'' !guards over the boiler room K. Brown of Snrasotn p. m.i .
and is hereon
r t1r. and Mrs. S. T. Dowling ,
fr I,I has but the of the crews find, 1 streams of hose were spout- has !been the
1 >p.Th'rd passed, Priest who
I I I children, of Lake Butler were visiting memory inrr tons of water the bln/e. a visit with his brother, L. A. i i Mrs. C. M. ,
p number drawn will receive one prncious outpouring of blessings will on I'rown: ,guest, of friends. and relatives/ nt GroenOwe
relatives here Sunday. I liner. ,
of nvjke from
clouds(
-h'1'l's) ticket free. linger long with !puurln returned to her hone'
+ Chautavqui season many. Mr. leaves of Gainesville Springs! ,
and brothers is attcnd'nir
Miss Iva Dowling Ilho ,
unbearable
the almost
I i I hallways and -
D. w'I On next tho usual services
awing and announcement of Sunday
here
liu'iincsit, Monday.'
to here this
relatives week.
Leon and Flossie, weru visiting ,
I i heat around the stokers next to
ners! wIll' be made nt our store promnty in Lalnd.I will be held. The llible School insets fast Fred Hazcn in spending tins week ,: R. K. Lee, Thoressa, wee u l>usli -
t the evidence that it
\ nt 5'30 p, m., Tl1'Qhvtarrh!\ 2'th. i i I to at !0:45: : with classes for nil ires'nnd fire gave' was at Crawford doing relief work. visitor horn Saturday.
I I W. II. Andrews was a .visitor 1 i ness k
Raining headway. I
You must be at the store with 1n: plcndid clans for men under th i in
your I I !hire G. W. Turks was! shipping> !
Lake ButlerVetlnes'lay 1 I' Wllma Surroncy, of Bradford, was i iStarko
counons. Bring them with you. instruction of Prof. B. B. Lane. At t a. 11\. the fire hud l>?cnmu so
: week.
Mrs. Llonnh Crowning, who has been I in town Monday. this
This contest is for cash purchases I Morning worship at 11 when the fierce that tho decks were hot. At.j
hns been holdIng -
'i who
weeks I S. M. f-'immons,
Iin Lake City for several returned -' Miss Jewel Moody, of LnCrns.se,
onlv from store. j pastor will speak on "Baptist Principles n'cVcV fhiJ, Potomac was si ,wed,| .1! -u'n '
our I here last week for n few days. spent the week-end with Kilnu: Max a position ns telegrnnh operatorhere "

u Don't forgot to vote for tho team J. O. Brooks, of Jacksonville, spent and )It[tunin Progress." The now to half spend At lfiO. Cnpt. McLeod has ln>en .transferred to !Slarkons -

from whom you want us to buy these i in.-mbeis' arts esti"cinll, urged to bo ordered the en 'Inps stopped, and, the tor.Mrs. I
; week-end< with his family here. Gainey, who huts been visitingher operator. \
will it. jlnst in order to hear something of lilnv.lnn: craft rolled, sluggishly about
tickets appreciate present
They .
h I P.omie Dekle, of Lake ttullcn, was son, I'. S. Gainey, of Plant: City, K. V. Priest, of Green Cove Springs,
Tli".,p "(" i-rii1'' 'ifr-'rs may' mean a i the truths! for which the Baptist! denomination while t the whole crew I turned fire fip,1itcrs. ; business visitor hero this week.M. f
''a \isitor here during last week.N. returned) homo Friday. Is a
great deal to If have deferred stands, mad for which they i i 1 .
you. you nnd wife werashopping
T. Itttch was a visitor to Lawtey, Mr. and Mrs. r.V.. Sowell, of Aln- L. Waltersim
t the purcha o of "a Grnfonola, nstove [ arc even to this day been persecuted t'nnH'n went over" the sidi's, in bos'nschnir.s In Jacksonville this week. j jI
.j rhin
:Motidiv nfternoon.! spent Thursday here !
I in Itiumnnln nnd other with xlcdire, ., hammers and
of the
of the cost- parts! the
range or nnv more Rev J. T. llamas filled his appointment '' M. P .Matheny an'! ",'. M. Gillyur.lspent I Mr. and Mrs. i.. G. Johns are ,
ly article f' rsnle bv the Consumers world. The relation of these truths will, sledge hammers mnished in the born
.
church !Sun-': of n daughter, t
here nt the! Baptist : Saltirdiv!: : trio ting business proud parents
Li'mber Co., buy now and if von Inp- I to human progress in one of tho most cast iron port lido'], and directed their March 17th. .
da ,' morning and night. at the county sent.
that be first ; interesting subjects of history. hose Into, the heart of thn fire, but
pen to get the coupon wilj at the Chris-
Gainesville Dodd preached "
Elder:
Ovid r-rool was a visitor to I I Miss. Tnvo And roil spent the weekend I
The Senior and Intermediate Y. without effect. Even live strum turn
drawn, you wJI: receive a rebate! of I B.
and Ocnla last week. with relatives. tit Alaehini.I ; thin church Sunday.
P. U. meet at 0:30 Evening ed into the hatchways, failed to retard -
2; cent of the purchase price.. If p. m. shippingn
per \\'. I. Roberts, of Jacksonville, spentla'tt I I Alva Thomas, of Pine Hill, was n The Hampton farmers, arc
this amounts to $100 you will get $2::!"> week-end with his family;] here. j worship at 7:30. The subject of the t the Humes. I II I visitor here Monday.Mr. chrload l of cabbage/ from our town

back. I i sermon will be "Memory in Another I At H-20: : n. m. lifter the S. O. 5. hidbeen )
Mrs. J. C. Jones was attending to and !Mrs.\ A. K. McKinney and. tod iy.Mr..
Prizes will he given to the (girl! World." This is a matter receivingthe sent out nod u rescue vessel was anti d.hul.'hter -
Hunt
business In Gainesville Wednesday. I 'con of Louise, spent tho week-end at and, Sirs I 1'. B.
teams selling; the most tickets" to tne visiting. attention of psychology today, heaving to, to await the result of the I Ethel Sun.buy' with Mr.
I Mr. Wills, of Georgia: was the home of the 1'itter's parents, Mr. spent
have chance I and we shall consider what Jesus had battle, Captain McLeod decided that,
Chautarqua. Now you a Mrs. C. P. Succor,
at the home of !Mr. and Mrs. T. B. 'I and Mrs. G. W. linden. | Hunt's daughter,
to vote for your favorites. The Chau- to say upon it. lIe is the great Teach rather than bench his ship he would
last week. of Vnl lnMtll.
Ilandley several days Friclunol Luclnn Ilazcn spent Tuos- :' <
Nobody cr. Come and hear Him. Strangers try stunt he learned during the war, of
benefit of all. n
tnnqua is for the little ; J. II. Pollard: is the guest
Mrs. W. W. Farnell and son, [day afternoon In :Sturko; with friends.1! Mrs.

makes any personal profit. All Wilbur, Jr., who have been visiting always welcome. while' dodging enemy submarines. The normal, conducted by Prof. A. her mother, Mrs. A. K. Young, of Maw
between I He stcnmed ahead at top speed" ', un-
profits are divided equally here at the home of Mrs. J. C. Jones B. Shiw, of Gainesville, will begin onMonuiay con, Ga.
the Woman's Club and the school extension | CARD OF THANKS til the whole ship throbbed, with the of Stnrke was a par
for'several days, returned to their March 27lh. Prof. Shaw Is I Dr. Middleton,
vibration and her outline was almost
fund. home in New Smyrna !Monday. J going tf> teach the ninth and tenth fosiomil visitor hero this week.
Lumber Co. will Editor Telegraph: Permit me space' obscured by the dense smoke sweeping of
The Consumers Thomas,
Miss Sybil Hitch entertained her I grades also and Is determined to make I Mr. and Mrs. Simeon
to extend sincere and heartfelt he ordered, the
free Brunswick my uxtern. Suddenly Thomas
give the following friends!!! Friday evening with a St. Pat.rick's i this term one of the most successfulhe Graham, were guests of Mrs. C.
before each afternoon and \ thanks to Bro. Smith and his church rudder hard-over. As the vessel careened ,
concerts party at the home of her parents has ever taught. All who are planning f this week.
for so heartily extending us the use In the "comenbout" her starboard -
at the big tent. :
evening performance Mr and !Mrs. Nelson Ritch. I : on attending this normal,, urn asked Guy Parks, one of the postal em-
of their house of worship In which to mile. listed so sharply as to1
treats '
As will be seen, the comnanv! Ga. U spendingthis
Games were enjoyed nnd refreshments l to he present Monday, HO a* to gut ployes of Atlanta, ,
worship, while Bro. Organ was with of water in her hold ,
the liberally and deserves throw tons up Dr. W. B.
public very served. Those week with his father,
of Ire tea and cake were full benefit of I the) term.
us. II | along, her sides! find over the heart of''
patronage in return. present were; Misses Perla Whitten, : 1I'lh-1 Miss Rhoda Thomas, of ZilT, wasa (Parks, our city physician.J. .
would also extend, Dr. Dunham my ,, the fire. Immediately the flames
\Vt'dn."dayfternoon been
Helen Nauright: Vonnie and, Bertn I visitor hl'rnVI.d'1"" sd ly. F. Hoimer huts recently a
1. Kiddie Patrol. No. 2051. sincere thanks for a favor he extended sided, and at 4 I p. m. sixteen hours af-j i seat.
p J. Cribbs{ Anna Mae and Marcruerite Chester Andrew, of New River, was business visitor to the county
Evangelist' Organ which favor wouldhave sounded the Orewas ,
the alarm
ter was
2. Kidd'es Dance. at-
Anderson, Adine Watson, Evelyn I In town Saturday A.J. Sullivan, of Theresa, was
5032. been accepted, but for Bro. Organ's under control and the vessel resumed j
Christmas.
3. Night Before I White, Maggie Ritch, Cora and, Agnes I Virginia: Colson, of Pine Hill, spent', tendiri" to business h< Monday.! .
brief in midst. Further
4. De Candman. Corrins, Adi: Cribbs{ Messrs. Earl stay our her voya'je. last week hero, guest of Leilu MaoAndrou. C. K. Harper and family, II. 11.
6. I Ain't Afraid of Nothin'. 2002. still, I would thank Pastor Post find Chief Engineer Garland was overcome day
Whitten, Clarence Ritch, Carlos J ,hns i Mav and family recently spent a
his people for their co-operation in heat and fumes In thn last
and Whistle.! by
A. Pucker" Up I Harley Moore* Carlos Cason, Ro ncy Mrs. G. M. Revilln, has been on thu. on Crystal lake. They served dinner
Evening I the meeting, and all others who co hour of the fight and was under the
Wednesday
Dekle, of Lake Butler, Brady Rosier sick list for the pant/ few days. on the ground and report a very pleasant -
Beautiful Spring. 5002. operated. But above all, the splendid of the ship's surgeon for sovcrat
1. Spring rare
Joe Hendricks Carl Andrews, Carl i I !Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Groover and trip.
fellowship manifested toward the according to passengers/ who
2. Hearts and Flowers. Ritch, Mr. and Mrs. Austis Crews. I days .child of Jacksonville, were here Sat R. K.: Lee, of Tharcssn, was a bu.sU
25006 Christian church and Its minister, and narrated the tale. The Potomac still
t. Duet From Garden Scene. *
Wilson Bryant, of Baker was a business urday. less visitor here this week.
i
Boheme. the liberty extended to the evangelist had about thirty tons of water In her
4. Selections from been in
visitor here last week. j Don't forget B. Y. P. U. Sunday Mrs. M. L. Rawley who has
5. S.&t, D'Armour. 13008. 1 to "Go ahead and feel free. Preach hold when, with a list to port, she months,
J. R. Nauright was a visitor to night at the Free Will Baptist church Green Cove Springs for some
like you would in your own church and steamed in today.
0. Serenade. Mrs. J
Mr. and
Jacksonville recently. at 7:30.: visited{ her parents,
extend" the invitation when the spirit
7. Dream of Love. 5069. II. P. Coffin, of Johnstown, was a -- RIVER VOTERS Virginia Works Is able to be out Allen, Sunday.
Thursday Afternoon leads you to do so, was most heartily FOR NEW I
visitor here one day this week. again after a week's illness. -- --
1. Wm. Tell Overture No. 1. 2008. appreciated by the writer. vVMONG: THE :METHODISTS .
registration officer for J. II. Baker Is \e ill at this writ
2. Wm. Tell Overture, No. 2. Faithfully and gratefully yours, Tha deputy I
THANKS
No. 3. 2009. CARD OF W. E. DAUGHERTY. 'district No.7, New River, in C. M. ing.Prof. Sunday at 10
3 Wm. Tell Overture, he having been appointed A. B. She f Gainesville, Sunday school every i

/ "nJernenth Hawaiian Skies. We desire to most sincerely thank Phillips, visitor: her r- : a. m. with Brother E. K. Perryman assuperintendent.
PRESBYTERIAN ClUTRC'f I: resignation of Mr. Krc:_, n-as! a ::y.
Race"Is
l Aloha Oe. E019. friends who In alt::!:h.J upon nhnm passed Our "Hill Top
:our any way the for county: Chesley Forrtt. o ,
Sunday school at 10 o'clock. On | who Is making race reached the"hilltop"
t v.ui.ia Waltz. I us at the time of tha funeral of our from his district. through here Monday afternoon over, but we haven't
March 26th we have a review of the commissioner make our
Thursday Evening loved one, Mrs. Katie Gertrude Hdlis. D. W. Kelly, of the New River seetion In what we can
lessons for the first of the
1. Impromptu in "A" Flat. 30016. Especially do we extend thanks for quarter The spring musicale of the Woman's was a visitor here Tuesday m'1rn'l Sunday school and church be.

2. Spring Song. 15001. beautiful flowers sent by year. Friday) at I Brother Rooney will be here next
the many I At 11 o'clock morning worship Club to be given tonight ( I
our Ing.U. '
3. The Flatterer. sympathizing friends. I the home of !Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Davis D. Johns and son, of New. River, !Sunday! to hold the first quarterly
Khali consider Lord
we our as our perfect of tho
4. Salome's Dance, Part 1. 5002. Arthur S. hulls, N. T. Ritch.T. model. on West Madison street prom'ges to were here Tuesday. "mfcrencp. The sacrament
exemnlary
general
5. Salome's Dance Part 2. I No effort has been Lewis Shrlver spent Friday afternoon Lord's Supper will be udministerad at
For the 7:30( service shall deal be a great success.
we
0. Song of India. 2191 N. Llmbau-rh is building new and by the music committee ,f the with friends In Hampton.The *!he clone of the morning: service.
of Love. with the tonic!" that we expected to spared The will preach in the evening -
7. Libestroum-Drenm overhuaHng old 1 fences on his premIses make the a success.. pastor
club to program
consider last Sundty evening: "Our and
Friday Afternoon corner Call and Church streets. Besides the visiting singers who are Methodist Sunday school recently : on the subject: "Our Church
Neeil to See Our Lord.
1. Dreams of Long Ago. 10040. their services, there will had a membership contest In Our Promise."
We gather at 7:30 Wednesdiy kindly giving I
4 Ave Maria. 30003. evenings Wednesday
2. Cavatina.13012. 1. 1 I and one very which thn blue side' under the direction Prayer meeting every
local singers
Thias. 30021. for hour's worship. We shall be heard willlead
from an !
Meditation : Middleton
2. Mrs. W. E.
3. Caprice on Yankee Doodle. Master Pai'l Ernest of Mrs. II. M. Snyder, made the evening.
.. pianist,
3. While Miami Dreams. 2190. examine J sus teachings about the ; gifted young Wednesday eve- .
u 4. Berceuse from Jocelyn. 13022. 'I Knight. The hostess! committee I highest record. E. K. Perryman is superintendent prayer service
30024. kingdom of heaven. Do know His :
Capricieuse. you I
'. 5. The Swan. 4. La effort towards the I ) of this large, enthtislas- nin"
5. Good) Bye, Shanghi.: 2190. presentation of this, the one eternal Is bending every in Epworth: League at 7 o'clock. Miss.
f 6. Coaxing the Piano. 2167. and of all who attend tIc school that la steadily growing
comfort pleasure
6. Serenade. 13017. kingdom: known to all time ? lie has ,,I Jeannette Matthews, leader.
7. Greenwich Witch. numbers.
II 1 7. Old Refrain. much to reveal concerning it. I, tonight.

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;f,+ynql MANY -. J TAILED) TO GRAD SPOOIC-I !",Mra.f j Martha i a visit Parrish: with rot her ir d.1l1'her.e 1: .:m-

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nql KILLEDjIj 1: I.ailing in his efforts to lure the I : A. L. Green.
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ghost of AntigoniBh from its lair, Dr. il... .11.d Mrs Jamas 1'nr ''i ,y

Walter Franklin Prince, director of : o

$ : 'IP! :; SPELLS I the American Institute: for rleatlflcUftonrih \'<> ;, '..,,d..:.'.

BY 'T'O' i\'NADO left his vigil in th' f imoi'i I : ."',,,. //lri' Jf era ha.i'I i i I

: ) I"" : I Lao ited! ho.ro In '.i. ,ii I II.i 'd 1 Is, :Nova ( vvccK 11- t' \,' tit: her sis'.. s, : j.

; j 1 0;: i ';5t.'"),''n, after doing everything- 1(," R. n I'nrdsh and I K: h' i

e t ''s I b','.. to encourage eerie mamfsstii1 'in,'.f i: I, I I i' aanday for her' 1 Ii> 'i.

') p' 'thousands. of .I'top'e Are Lift Homo- A\OMEN AND LIFK I.N.St'KA'-Cr r :: "r of i, rn.r, hs: presence In tho b.tildin \: KisBinmee.

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I I A woman who has been writing I f I I'r'nn his! departure from the lonely

I j New Orleans March 18.-(By AsHociated insurance for years says that thtY-: re on in which the fined\ haunted .
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Press.)-At least twenty- antis of men who do not carry poll' lion-e, is located, the s '" 't :st' daclined .
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1 tln\"liiiL, i i ,In. .1.i I'
are kept from it by their wivts. Asa he had been ableto
three persons were killed and many 11 state whether
1 r .."r I In muni' 'tui' ,'1 IIHII-| III'loci "
others were seriously injured AS n result result of this sh:>rt-si| htedness she pick up tho ephemera! Vrail of the / flu it' .MI,*. i. >I., Hit i rr., "- 1' ..

; o! of n scries of storms, In places points out that only 13 out of every ghnst which Is charged!: with bavin s 1 letl'al I.I.i ,', I.II, ''lUIIL1, nil" "I :,. I.,W'

reaching: proportions of tornadoes, 100 widows live on their Incol1\ !I. 17 expelled Farmer Alex McDonald withsponkish / \....41! ,.!I..I i ',.111'\\" 1 ...urMl

J I which visited isolated sections of work for their living; and 35 are de i j antics, such as setting SCOl'esot "" I,a-: \ '. ". 'III -.'01"I .I.1 '. ,. 111

xrSta pendents. 1 the .. ,, ,.- t II: "t..
I Louisiana, Mississippi, Arkansas and mysterious fires and braiding; f.n "rl i I' '

Oklahoma (lost night and early today. I According to this same authoritythe t-iils of the cattle in the stalls. II''I. i if I ,'. I nr' i ii ':'. 'iiial"
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The heaviest loss of lifa reported troub'e is that women are pro-'e With the investigator dji.."'ted a

I was at Gawon, Okln, a village fifteen to see only the possession! of the m"-- I ninnhc-r of "movie" men: rcwsnanerreporters : -- -

miles east of Me Mister, where merit. "An automobile a fur coot end CHEWING !, and photographers, who hid

twelve persons! were killed when a nothing for the unseen rainy div: honed! to witness the ghost at pliy. '
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tornndo swept throurh the foreign makes!' an ideal life. B'lt the far-off TOBACCOPenn's Thr" (' official investigators were ordered : r

section of the village 1.t niffht. 1\hny rainy day taken care of, and no fir spells quality. out of the farmhouse. by Dr.

others were slightly Injured. coat or aut'm'b'le' is dreary indeed, Why? : Prince on the last evening of the ghost

I Six: nesrrpes! were killed when !storm according to their outlook." hunt *o that he might tempt the spirit )

paired throll.'h the northeastern sec- j i| It is hard to believe that any great Because it walk while he occupied the building JJProFitsare

tion of Jefferson Connty and the majority of women take so shallow n Penn'q fo paciced air nlone.

Southeastern section of Lonnke county ; view of life. It seems more probiMe, tight in the, patentednew Nothing out of the ordinary occur- or."T found 1

!i Ark., early today. The storm in this that to the average wife and motherthe container the red, however, and a few evenings later only in

i section left a trail of wrecked build- daily Income is so far inadequate quality iq sealed in. the chief ghost hunter had the en- Healthy LivestockOld
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for miles. Several Ito immediate and unavoidable exnen-! the
+ Insri! twenty were So Penn's is always freshan tire MacDonald family return to
i Reliable Mustang Liniment
slightly injured and scores suffered ses th-it she sees no possible manrlri old homestead.
entirely new idea for : tops lossesby'! keeping stock healthy.
11 ______ slio-ht infuries. Property damn'le for any outlay which' Is in any sense chewing tobacco. Edward J. O'Brien, scientist and author SOOTHES while CURING

here is estimated at $100,000. Fifty : optional. But in either case, or if the I I I Have you ever really who was lecturing at St. Fran- No Alcohol -No Sting No Tartan

rp buildings were completely demolished man himself is to blame for the non- cis Xavier University when the ghost! Mustang Liniment'! it made of pure,
I chewed fresh
tobacco
and two hundred people left homeless protective situation the figures quoted stories first came from Antigonish, healing'! oils. When rubbed freely

Eifht homes were demolished at give a reason for thinking the Buy Penn's the next time. made an investigation and announcedthat into the hide, it penetrates muscle
north i Try it, Notice the fine and tissue to the bone,thereby over- "
whole subject over again. con.
Sunrise, a village two miles of I I the ghost was really the product coming the ills o(cattle,hogs,Bhecjv
'; Baton Rouse, La., and a negro woman I Even if a woman is active and trained dition. of electrical energy. He said he found mules, horses'! etc. (

'f and her child were killed Four other and enjoys working, the assurance! And after that use fresh that strong wireless! currents betweenthe '! Sa". folia Lester 'JackaonvflTe, Ca.-

I '.' persons were slightly injured there I that there is a fund tucked away for chewing: t.obaccoPenn's. I two great radio stations at Well- on a.cow* "I of mine used that your was Mexican suffering Liniment from

1 I early todiy. possible emergencies will be a comfort fleet Mass., and Glacebay, N. S., ran i a caked udder. She was relieved 1 day
from Buffering and completely! cured la
Twenty-five persons! were injured, especially after the vigor of @; zz ::.;w: I through the valley at Caledonia Mills. about 5 to 6 dlO) ."

a number s- 'ously, when storms youth has passed. And if the hearts ,|, "The MacDonalds," said O'Brien, delivery John H.boras Fisher waa New so badly Berne atove N C up.-In"Our his

struck Corinth, Miss.! today. More of that dependent sisterhood who must _____ I I I "will have to move their house out of fore'leg and.houldathatwecouldnotuaeborn. :: '
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f than 150 homes were leveled. The live in the homes and more or less of Sampson, were visitors to our com j i range of these powerful radio cur- on him. By he using waa MexcanMustang completely cured Liniment and re*

{ j storm swept a path more than ono upon the bounty of others were munity Sunday. I rents if they wish to avoid the ghost stored to the beat ol condition"

hundred feet wide razing every build- searched, what bitterness would be Anyone having any news for this like incidents. If not, the house may FREE WITH 2Sc TRIAL BOTTLE .

ing in Its! path. Reports from out- revealed, and how would they throw section please report it to the corres- be burned down when the atmospheric + Take" TODDLE-a TOP.solid Latest braes crate-Bet"Put-and- \'

the balance, given a chance to decide pondent. Try to build conditions are just right, as they ap- one I Send 25 cent in stamps or com for A
Ivfnrr districts___.___n__ tell_u_ of__ considerable property up .vouInn.--- ----- Trial BottleHouaeholdStze( )Mustang.In-
damage. A school building in again?Gainesville Sun. I qty paper and see if it can't be tho parently were when the fires were .set iment and get Toddle Top,abioluttly' .frr*. q t
about the wun Mill. ,41 So.FUthSt-.B: klyo.N.Y.
which were 1,000 children, barely prize winning weekly of the state. place. I :

escaped the path of the storm. WATERMII.LWotermill I Misses Pearl and Ruby Greene, Evan 25c5Ocl.OOSold

t An aged negro was killed and sev. Hodges, David and Tom Mark..yattended Greek Made Use of Tin. i i i cj Drug and General Store
March 21. J. T. Reavesof "Tkt Goad Old SlamJty Sinct 1848"
eral sligthly injured; a score of houses Sunday school at Dadan on The Greeks la the Homeric time
Gainesville, has located here on hs! Sunday. were familiar with the metal tin. Topper MEXICAN
Arkansas
were destroyed at City,
Ark. today. farm and expects to stay here until Mrs. E. J. Lewis was numbered on tin and gold,', were used l liy lie ,
early
phn.8tiis la welding the famous shield
his crop Is harvested.S. the sick list last week MUSTANG
Only meagre details are available I of .\0'111".". Tw''t r\' )ln\erx. ..I' tin were
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V. Andreu and J. C. Cone, of Mr. and Mrs Lloyd Johns were vis- -- ''*JH '*+ -'-' : -IJaitf.VLINfMENT
from the sections! visited by the storm In I In'. onliiivs i A'::ircrnunl.a', ill-! i
\ on account/(of the dama<* e to wire' Brooker passed through here last iting !Mr.\ and Mrs. J. J. Markey sun- hW4'u' !i to tin I Is! fi,..null. In Hi- "' ..j..... I i
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r communications and it Is fared! the day.Mr. 'v"
I Evan Hodges was in Croaker Sat- and Mrs.\ W. W. Brown and ,
death toll will be greatly increased -
| Urdnj) on business. laughter, Willie Mae, of New River, I
j when complete returns available.
Little effort his been made are to estimate -| Dave Greene was tho g est of Evan were visiting their parents, :Mr. und :::3 L =S" i '.:-" j-;;_ !{i f{ il "I'-s <:.iL1i--.l'r: = ::".:....r" ':: '7' '
Hodges: Sundry morning Mrs. J. II. Brown Sunday eVenin .
the property! dima'!e, which in
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Thomas and J. Goodie was n business: visitor to e
1 addition to destroyed l homes and othnr
Ea children Laura, Corlii! and Leona! Brooker Saturday.Mr. I
b b"lldnf'II: includes dimag e to crops!
were visitors to Mr. and \Mrs. B. ..r.I Durden and son, of Graham
and! destruction of livestock. Riversand i
smaller! in allot Thomas, of Five Mile, Wednesday were visitors here Sunday. :
streams practically
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:c the section vis:ted! bv the storm, night j TIlE CR.\ULE-OF KNOWLEDGEOur : t Cyommerdai t j jt ,1

which was nr-c-vnnaniod! by heavy | Ellery Thomas, of Brooker, was I ,

rains, are swollen, and some nppre- visitmj: here Pundiy. MN
public school is the crad'e
f hersion is felt on this score. I Mr. and Mrs J. H. Brown were knowledge for this town. It mi -ht of f ..,
The !storm was accompanied by the ]business visitors to Clayno one d\y: !
well be :
if termed the incubator *
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progress Job
ui",,l freaks, the most outstanding of last week. and achievement.Have rnntmg

which was reported from Kennet, Ark. I J. Goodqro and son, Eugene, were i ta
been
you over lately to .
where a twelve-year-old infant was: visiting his< mother, Mrs. 1\[. E. Good,re how see '
I your children ore pro'tress'n ?
't blown bed which it ly- of Sampson, Saturday.J. I' '
4 from a on was Have !,
you paused long enough to let /; ,' ,
( lag, across the yard, where Its cloth- I T. Reaves spent tho week-end at the teachers know that Inter. ,
you are
ing held it suspendd to a picket fence Gainesville with his fam'ly.J. ested in the good work they are doing; ,.,1 i

until the ''storm abated. The baby's II. Brown was numbered on the toward "the educational and moral advancement "
sick list last week. :
parents were seriously injured.
i of your boy or girl ? '
Joe Townsend, of Lake Butler, wasa
Have you given them any encouragement I '
4: MILLER Thursday.guest at the home of J. J. Markey whatever? t

If the sheriff, or the or \
r c Miller March 21.-Rev. E. B. Joy- I O. W. Thomas. was In Brooker Fri- other public official does mayor a good pieceof any CARDS r :

ner filled his regular appointment at work
day.Little we tell him so-just as we
-9 4 the Free Will Baptist church Saturdayand Leona Thomas spent the
roast him if he falls down on his job. POSTERS
week-end Five Mile her
at visiting
_ Sunday. He expects both, and he gets which-
rrandparents, Mr. and Mrs. I?, J. .,
Mrs. O. S. Thomas spent the week- ever Is coming to him. I ENVELOPES
Thomas.J. .
s t end with relatives at Long Bridge. If the teacher displeases! us in any
Will Roberts and family of WorthIngton J. Markey was a b'ji'"ess visitorto way we are quick to censure. Some BILL HEADS

_ r attended church here Sunday. Now River community Thursday times we make a big noise. ,,

Murray Thomas made a business morning I But day after day our teachers are NOTE HEADS
I D. J. O. Green was a business visitor 1-
trip to Lake City Wednesday. doing good work excellent work, and
to the New River section
J. Ij. Brown made a business tripto afternoon. Saturday we take It simply as a matter of WINDOW CARDS

Lake Butler recently. course, as something: that is comingto
Mr. and Mrs. Dubose of Providence .
Mrs. Ellis, of Alachua county was us. We neglect to extend the com- I SHIPPING TAGS

;n the guest of Mr. and Mrs. II. S. Mif- and son, Lacy, were visitorsto mendation that is their due.

ler Sunday. our burg Friday. We do not speak for the teachers, LETTER HEADS r
Evan Hodges \ In the
was visiting
Seeber Stokes visited friends at Pine Hill section Thursday after- but we feel that.they would welcome

k Five Mile Saturday afternoon.Mr. visits from the parents of the community -

Harris, of St. Petersburg: was noon.Mrs.. Martha Parrish of Five Mile, or from any interested c-ti-
a. in this community Sunday. zen. Certainly such visits would be ,,
spent last week here visiting with
motored to Lake Butler pleasing and encouraging to the
i' Carl Brown
s her daughter Mrs. A. I. Greene. dren. c.-hil-I I
Friday night. Clarence Dyal of is hero
Sampson
t'' Denzil Thomas visited his sister, In a few years the destinies of this 4
this week visiting his cousin EugeneGoodire.
r community will be in the hinds of
Mrs. W. M. Thomas, of New River, .
hese children. The greatest heritage
Sunday.Mrs. W. W. Brown and Ira
N. IT. Stokes was trading" in Riley were we can leave them, the one which will #
business visitors to Gainesville and
I best fit them for '
Worthington Saturday. meeting the intricate -

Walter Knight, of Gainesville, was Hampton Saturday. problems of life, is an adequate '" ,
Mrs. B. Parker and daughter, Lin- education.The I Bradford
of Miss Carrie Belle
the guest Brown.
nie, Friday morning
spent vistiinf
public school is the greatest asset i
Sunday.
her son, H. Stokes, of New River.J. of national
life
our today. It indicates -
of attended
Jim Mott Worthington
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H. Brown spent Sunday with
church here Sunday.B. in the Juvenile mind a respect
friends here.
made business and veneration for all that is Cunfy
E. Brown a trip
Eustis of New
Kelly, River passedthrough
to Lake Butler Saturday. prlght, just and humane, and paves
here Sunday. he pathway of life with that knowl-!
Mr. and Mrs. W. Tyler were I' dtre and
understanding which
t Is neeissary -
Modern Poetry Brooker Sunday. to a successful and honorableareer. .
There was a young rounder named Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rimes of Fiv 7
elegraph ;.
i Drew, :Mile visitors here af
t' were !! Sunday. Recognition:! is a little thing\ ti c'v' .
Who made up a batch of home brew, ternoon. tint its
potentialities are great, both
Ha took a wee nip Misses Laura Carter and other s regards the teacher and the pupil.

f1 r Just a moderate tip; were guests of Messes' Merrill an"' -Exchange. STARKE. FLORIDA

Funeral-Tuesday, at two.Colds Verlie Thomas Sunday afternoon ,

Mr. and Mrs. Horace Stokes ahildren -". .
Cause man FnfluenzaiLAXATn"E I.
wY Orip
spent Sunday with his brotu"r.
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''I ac". h"w\JI.WI.JWWI., .. a J.WIIIJ\JUWI.IJIJI.II.IQlDmml\1t."JYJUltll\lIOI:: \ !! (t.jClfll.u 1QliWllllll&.: federal! prohibition offlcora, reported.cause of various actions which had fotI'" II ..1 .1' .

T that ''their o;>o at..>:::/o uiiniu: ho i'.h-:! beo.i, u ,tad regarding him for sometime t'o' fuse AXATVr[ I RO.l'i' :(',; I' Mrtu.
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: .' of Florid in Short t ; lit' e' Mil, +.' lice I outfit, hijuv In' : I '.. ",4 pr ht
the also in
1 Paragraphs < cit manufacture of whiskey had netted -nnd rumors say tin i tlV'I'l-l uttipa: : J.** : : &
i i "| a II |"'1111 CdiriT C W. IHnvi' t.natuio on iwi.i U>x. 4.
I' .. .. .. ... ., .. . ,tU wiiiter visilo' Mr. and Mrs. .
""" .. .. them 20 .skills\ 83i btu rea! of i.vish: w. 8 a '1. "> .... ,, .> > ...1"1! I lltui, .___._, .u__ ___ I, -,,

t gallons d stlied spirits unit a qjan- Steele, wero given a stated number I alit Ml" Mine .( (hill IK-IIII dt r\f. .. H u-t twlh"\IC ..u.It'"hll.C.1)(1); : (' ,11..1 .. ..,"!Nod

i Live State News. t'tv of other paraphernalia: : used by rf hours In which to l..we the city. It ,, .ulI'|MMi> IM11,11, ;ui in I'll njjaliiHi; 1 jntiiinBon \
: COFFINS & CASKETS r '
the moonshiners. I, I 11 a" st thoy have de:>nrtel.i our wlfo'ii l h y inltiHby looking! ;'

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Told by Our Exchanges. h1lrJalmtnlomssulmmtammmGltpruycxs'otcuat Search' by the polio of Timpa: nnd II I C.UMI.VM: Und.rfQJ."r: Suppltt l ...,2
I other cit es lusting several weeks, fora I '
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." ;uicipyit>tamtwasi.....,..u.,rwThe .srutwuut L n..,........,........,.,.>CtCTC missing letter cimlaiuing' a cho.-k for I I Smerlh Work. ALIOMOIULK: ; HKAKSfc l 1"I. 1-1
Griihtm Mircli !24.! -:Messrs. Jack! Hint jab I. 1..1. I ,1 Inch thu I .... 'Ihe !
miMI ) Hand. bml ser-
city bonds of Eushnel) have been wound in the affair which $7,000, was ended n few ,hya" ,:\', I un j
occurred chock Parrish and J. llinson, of Orange htiHHliiK;: li-tist hi evldvne.- .Albilliy .... al the MiwcHt price bpv- :. .
when the letter anJ 1
sold at a good figure and the paving on the road loading from Otter creekto missing
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and hum lournnl.
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Heights Campville, were o<1I 0.1 iiriiiiini lo telegraph or- .
of the streets will begin soon. Contracts Chiefland, about six miles south of were found under the seat of the city
visitors here Monday and Tuesday.O. I II .rc Itrxtstered KmbHlmvr.DeWTIT .
will be awarded the police patrol wagon: where'thay had
for latter
shortly place. l
W. Djal spent Tuesday Gainesville ,
in -
about $30,000 worth of pavement. I, --_ either fallen from the pocket of some I'I, on business. 'FARMER BROWNMr. i C. JONES ,
prisoner or had been placed there by
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A carload of liquor camouflaged by the culprit after ho f.iuml he could I E. J. Miirihee was a business visitor I I STARKE FLA '

When a twenty-four poundjomped kinlfiih grapefruit packed,, around it, was seized to Sampson TIl<'sdIY. I
I not cash the check. The police are I! Jones, this man is looking for a "- )nI n mtexntnfnminliltettl0l atp"
ten feet out of the water and twenty-two miles south of Fort '' Wiley Edmonds in, of :Sampson: win :
now trying) to find out"who it was tractor I was tolling him handledthe (
landed on the Clearwater dock there Pierce by a special agent of the Florida a visitor here 'Vl'hl'sllay. you ;
who left the letter where It was found. very best one.on till market. I II
was consternation among the people; East Coast railroad. There were i I Messrs. Jesse Ogden and Truby I ASPIRINName ,

who were there. The city may decideto 137 cases of American whiskey in the ----- I: Dyal were visitors 11 Z.tf( Thursday I YI'8. sir; we think wo have ono of ,I

put wire fencing along the pier to shipment, billed from Gosling, Fla., to Charles II. Roberts, a sawmill operator ,, afternoon. I! the best. Come out and look at the I

keep!> the fish from littering it up. Chicago. The car was taken to West at Paisley, met with an uccid.'nt :'I Mr.. nnd :Mrs. .linvt G'-aves, of ,, I International Tractor.Is "Bayer" on Genuine I

Palm Beach and turned over to the which came near resu'tinj seriously.A Windern'pro' returned to their home I this Jones Hardware Store ? 1dp
tree which had been chopped dawn,
A giant illicit HUH--a copper affair sheriff. here Thursday.: I Yes sir, Mr. Jones has just gone
while in the act of falling came in t
of a 300- nl1Cn capacity-was confiscated whil'h''I Volley McKinney: of Giinesv'lle' out the back way to dhow a man I llu n
contact with a standing pine,
by prohibition officers near Louis G. Dowull 4">, the engineerin spent the we.'k-end here with rl'I.I'i International titutor. ;
caused it to rebound and strike Mr. q
Cedar Springs, west of Jacksonville. charge of an Atlantic Coast Line tives. lie has a Coca Cola lhUIiIl1lllnt./ : r C'
Roberts, pinnim him to the ground., I I
Forty barrels of m ish and thirty Kal-: passenger train, fell\ unconscious !at The trunk of the tree rested across I Clira IJy.H1, of <'t."!'rte? |III .- ..ndin']; husn't he ? "W (

lone of list lied spirits were destroyedby tha throttle of his engine Frid'y' running both feet and but for the soft sand the week with her sister Mrs. Mate! I Oh, yes, down on the next street.I I "" ;
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the raiders< full speed' near U.iinsworth and underneath would probably h ve disnblod McKinney.Messrs.:i wonder if they would show mo J. "t/ h

,'died, a short t;me later in the car hm for Ii fHiK brother succeeded I Tn bv I vnl and Ell's starling through;: it? r

Robin- where he was taken after tho firemanhad and sister, :M'ss' Viola nttetide 1 They all this butI i
Two boys of Cnipley, Cnndy In extricating him. me busy morning Take Aspirin only sa told! In onrh park v,

son, 1C, and Ducky Jenkins I 18! be- stopped the train. Physlciins the party at Sampson I'-'nlnv nit'htTomrav might go down with you Ag" ut W'II..lno11'. \ "'' TnhleU of 4aplrin. \

ranKinvolve..! in a d'spure Thjrsulay said death resulted from acute indgestlon. I ,, Oldham< was n vVt'M1 to the Lets go how Jhi-ii vni will liu rullowing\ the direction
Young Littleton, his brother A. C. I I end lounge wnrknl. nut by physiciandurfug
night, nnd Robinson throwing a pieceof pointy sent Rifmliv ,nfternoon. II Here it is. No great show place,
Littleton and Clatido Hontly were in I I 21 1 years, and provoil' mife tiv millinns. -
cement paving at Jenkins, struck the woods near Madison cutting a f Jack Pail: ctt Is visit-ing; in Oonrir'a, but, they turn out lots of goods They' Tuku no clmnri' with anliHtitutefi.

him on the ear, the latter dying/ r dur- Six carloads of potatoes have gone pine tree dawn Tuesday n.orning and, this week. I II have the best of deep well water, guru, If \011 "IH-O tho Knrrr Onus I(i forward from the Everglades farm of I Albert S'Trencv of i i. yiii,j run take Idem without rear for ft
,
irv the night front the injury. nrycovllV, and sweet then they
;; the tree fell against a lend pine tree. keep everythinglu'iit : r.il.ls.. )IliwdnrlleDUrnlgll, lliiininntii! '
---- !I I \V. J. Connors, who is the first to /get. Malcolm Littleton was in the middle I' \'I"itinnh's bro'lier. and, clean\ ami make nil kinds l of lnri! ,'tii'. Tnotlinclic., laimtiuiM" mi'l i for '

The Florid Cane Syrup Company potatoes' on the market in carload I Joh"1Klnrl'v: and f.lmilvlsltl"l' bottled 1 drinks They run tills truck! lain, llnmly tin IRIXCR' nf twclvo 1..I.I'hlC'.I. .
and told Ilently to look out, that a '
lots. Potatoes are bringing around his parents nt ") this week. ( few ,'ron"o. Druggists nlMn .,'lIlllrf"r 1 1'uu'kntimnk
of Dade City, finished,, planting: 1 0 I limb would fall on him. Immediately am snti loaded with i-unes of soft drinks! and l lI 1 \.|>irln 'in the. trade murk of
$12 a barrel in New York. He has I I Miss ETie: Edm-indsin:. of Snniimm, Ell
deliver\ l the
the .
acres to sugar cane on Monday KIVinr I; afterwards a big piece of nap wood I product to trade in tnver Miiinifiichirr! of :.Moninlurtionriclouler -
300 acres in potatoes and will gatheran "Spent! th" week-pud with Misses: Mattie '; of J
them a total planting of GOO-acres. from the dead tree struck Malcolm : 'town and the other towns around.\ I 8nlicjlii'uol.l.

This year's work schedule calls fr'' average of forty barrels to the Littleton and crushed his head, break- ,' and, :Minnie, O'd"n. know of several small stoves that sellin ,

the clearing of 1000 acres which they acre. I ling his neck and killing' him instantly. ; Ilarli'v Thonn, Mr. and, Mrs. LicvPrpvatt the summer tune what cost t tliem

hope to plant next winter. )I! | The young nun's' body was caught by I and mother :Mrs.\" Tltl""pn, of7'ir $7:> to $!)0) every month. That is I n 1886

I :Mr. Skipper tt cattle king< of Flor- young Uently before it struck the I were here shopping Saturday IIfI big item on the profit side of th.(1'I (

ida, has bought a piece of land near I [ternoon.MrH. business. The is fist
Two of the four alleged confidence'' ground. I plant Krowing :
men arrested at Orlando Wednesday Colohatchee, and will begin tho erec- I! I Mn Tillis, of Rirtow, was \",lsltln now under the new lU"nllll'r.'rn)

tion of buildings for cold storage and her sister Mrs. Fate Prevail, 'Ihe ('01l"1!. ,
by local dsteitivi's: were convicted under -I Ben Smithic, alleged to have shot DAVIS #
, the state "wire tappers" law in meat packing!! plant. Cattle will be and killed L. T. Walker, a neighboring I' Saturday. t I Mr. Bennett meet'u1r. Johns. Mr.
Mrs. Trnmnn Dynl Elhel: and Trii-
brought from North Florida and will ,
criminal court of a charge: of attempting ; : farmer in the Hatch Ilend section Rennet let t tho geiitlem, n snni'ile:
be grazed on the there until bv Dval of Ziff, were visitors hereaturday .
to defraud and sentenced to serve grass the night of March 9, and who disappeared \ same of your !goods and show him 1
$;
afternoon
seven years in the state penitentiary they are in fit condition for slaughter. \ immediately after the affa'r I I nround. You see, Mr. Johns. Mr.
I \Mr. anti Mrs. found !Moines andchildren
at Raiford. has surrendered to the sheriff of I Jones" has quite a business here, ns bei INSURANCE"STARKE
I live trom an annual of Mounteochn, were here
Increasing :'n years alder his hardware stoic and butt hu
Lafayette county and is in custody at i I g
market value of $"iO,000 to closeto Snttirdnv.Uny .
. Charged with brutally batincr two Mayo. Immcd.atcly: aft-r the shooting works ho has the only undeitaking! :
I : McKinnev\ : and Rev Pn"k Crews,
negro convicts, !\f. D. Ellis and W. II. : a million dollars Florida's grapecrop a coroner's jury held! an inqueston parlor In the rnunt1111\ i-arrioa a tine .f
of thestnte's flf Long Bridge' were visitors. to
this will one
Dean, convict guard, were ofllcinllly year prove the body of Walker and brought stork; of undertakers' supplies.) I will:
Jlinnteiiohn Sund nfternoon.Mr. .
discharged l by the 'board of county staple agricultural products, in n verdict to the effect that death ,, iv 'how) you that III!!...
according to \V. A. McUae, commis- neil M's. Tom \\'nqJln11',1 'h'l- .
commissioners of Duval county. The had been caused by a gunshot wound
sioner of agriculture. drl'n. of Wald ), spent Sunday wllh' herparenta
negroes are patient in the county I / inflicted by lion Smithie. .. .. .. .. ._ ... ...
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11r.In.1 Mrs. u
O. W. Oval. -
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hosniful.; : Their condition, however, is I I '"- ::_- -- ::-_ -::=:i'- :'- : :: ::: ;: ;: ;; : :
under Mrs. Sparks and rhild, >vn, of Moun- :

not serious. I' for Preparations what promises;are now bo the largest way A. G. Famhro, of Auburn, Ga., was teocha, spent Sunday afternoon with I t

injured so severely Saturday afternoon ,
Mrs. .
for Miss Ella Boyd season Florida has Rny1I'KlnlllY. I I
Funeral services potato shipping; : I Ii
near Taft, when the big::( Hudson ; Lonnle Morgan, of Sampson, was I i III
of had. The planted to
in the department acreage
vocal instructor ever I
Driven by D. L. Shackleford I, overturned here Sundiv afternoon. I I
il ilI
music, FlorirU' State College for new potatoes in Florida this year is
that he died in Orlando hospital
an Dr. Miildleton l of Starke was a caller I I +
United States Department
Women, Tallahassee! who was HuOFooated estimated by the -
i ii nn hour later. The driver was to our bunr' Sunday. r
ai IIII
when of Agriculture at 2J.OOO
l to death yesterday
not injured. Reports that the
say We to report M's Jo'hr-
are
here of 40.8! sorry
i trench in an Indian mound near acres. This is an increase percent I
Hudson I miles p
making fifty
wits an rnce Johnson and little' I'>H Sm'th
caved i., and buried her, were held over the 1921 acreage of 16,000 Q .f;' / b.il
hour when signal from the rear \
I I a on the sick list this week. I ::

I Friday at noon. .___ I acres. caused the big car to turn on to the ,I Miss! Irene Thomas spent Saturdaywith j .EL: UNIVEP'"A' CAlN I1 I1II
shoulders which are in n frightful
i old Lewis of Mr and Mrs.J. relatives nt Hampton.
Copies of deeds' 41 years conveying I Vernon son II
condition. In of cutting downto
place
Rev. Alfred of Starke
I McKinney, ,
thousands drowned at Duck
to various individuals M. Lewis, was IIIew
of ncrps at Orange Park and Pond near Williston. Youn-jr Lewis' n medium speed the car took the spent the weekend, with his family Prices
shoulders so swiftly that the driver here. I ILI
Rid- l'wood at the time Clay county lost his life while endeavoring to retrieve II II!
wheel.
lost control of the
Junior Christian Endeavor meets LI
was :rented out of Duval county, were a duck which ho had wounded. II
I I F. 0. B. DETROIT
afternoon at two.
filed Tuesday in the Duvnl circuit Ileing unable to swin very well, his every Saturday '

a court. They were recorded for the I!, strength/. gave out while! h/ was still One of the worst tragedies in the Mr. and Mrs. Levy Prescott, of Z'1, 'i! EFFECTIVE JANUARY 16th '

4 I of clearing certain titles of in mid-stream and he went down for annals of Sumter county was discovered spent Sunday with Mrs.! Florence II II I Ij
purpose
,
1 Friday morning when the body of Johnson Chassis $285.
property that changed, hands In 1881 the last time before help could reach '
an infant floating in a pond, was
him.
Seized stripped of fiOO cases of liquor found by a negro about two mile of ,I ,j Runabout $319

by custom officials of Miami,, The Florida pinapple crop is the Bushnell. The sheriff's office was Who Career J Ii Touring Car $348

and finally rclotisnd on orders of Col. best in years, according to report immediately notified, and an invc,.tIgution Queen KIl/jilxMli. It In HHlil, ro""p",1'C,

divis- was made at once by Sheriff an ninny on :tt.tiOt kowiiM nt out (time. Truck Chass $430 i'II
L. G. Nutt chief of the narcotic from the east coast section where this I
cniiilu of the richest "IIIJh.trllUm..1 II III
Coleman and others. The body was All were / 'I'I '
ion of the internal revenue. bureau, delicious fruit is produced on a commercial ,
with lace. "llIhru'.h.ry' and onehar.
recovered and held at the sheriff's office $580
and acting federal prohibition commissioner i! scale. The pineapple indus- ..la II Coupe a I

James Shewan's $200,000 for importantone Friday and Saturday. It had _. _. II
I tory was years a very ---- -
--- Sedan $645
yacht, the Patricia, will clear for her I in Florida, but dwindled when tho been stabbed in the breast and in the I j I

home port New York. war came on a few years ago. It is stomach and the back of its head \WEAK NERVOUS II! These are the lowest prices of Ford) care in I
crushed and had been in the water
coming back and mny resume the old- i the history of the Ford Motor Company.
about hours. fl
probably twenty-four
The contract for erecting a laboratory time importance within a few years.
I IA coroner's lmpnn.'ed' by ALL RUH-DOY/II I
building at the tobacco experi- jury was Orders are coming in fast .ao place yours
Judge J. T. McCollum and a thorough 1
ment station near Quincy was awarded Avery unfortunate affair occurredin / promptly to insure early deli ery. .
I investigating hc"un, which lusted two I !
board to the
by the state plant Lake City Monday evening when 1

Southern Construction company of Kinsey Brinson shot Sumpter Fabian. days, and at the conclusion the jury J. W. ANDREWS, JR.

Pensacola. The bid of this concern Both young men who are employed by ,, rendered a verdict that death was duo Missouri Lady Suffered Until She Dealer STARKE I

was $10,731 and was the lowest re- the Standard Oil Co., and the trouble to the acts of Miss Irene Whittington Tried Cardui.-Says. Result IlL j i
and her mother Mrs. Ida Whittington -
them out of shortagein
between a
vived.: grew
'
sales accounts, leading to a personal of Webster and Dr. D. M. Seymour Was Surprising.: -Got Along =-

the Psnsacola Journal, seriously | a physician of Bushnell all of -...- ---..-".---
According to difficulty. Young Fabian was Fine Became Normal
,
former prohibition wound whom have been arrested and placed
R. E. Henslcy: injured from the gunshot
agent was convicted in the federal through his abdomen and late reports \ in jRil. The girl is only about 16 and HeallLy.8pr1ngfl0U .

court recently ac$ Tampa for violationof are to the effect this his chances for years of age. E. A. MARTIN SEED CO.

the Volstead act. The evidence recovery are not at all encouraging. OLDEST AND LARGEST SEED HOUSE IN FLORIDA
o when arrested some time The sight of a man last Friday night Mo.-"Mr tick was M
showed *iat
; he had between the hours of 10 and 11 o'clock weak, I could hardly I land up. and I JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
ago jt4 north of Jacksonville Failing to round a corner while be- would' have bearing-down palm and

ten eases of whiskey in his possess- ing driven at a high rate of speed alarge naked, save for feathers and a sack wa. Dot well at any time." says Mr*. MARTIN'S HY TEST SEEDS Are known for quality
around his loins-parading the entire IX V. William wife of a well-knowa
ion. crashed its
touring car way I length of Broadway street in Klsslm- firmer on Routs (. able place "I SWH Corn BMIH, 1'.... P.tip.r, Etftiplant W ........Ion. CanUloupv, PuUUM. Tomato*.
through the wall of a concrete block kipt Kaplan headaches and t> '"* tKO Cucumlnir. CowpwM: >..,.,. and "'1.101 tt*. of prominent Levy Miami mee, turning at the southern extrem information. W* carry all. .. ,tU. of Y.rdun. Awlit .nd fuv.d., that kav .bmmm
Folk a head of North .
Floyd building at the .u. bed. contlnu Mr ........ ..... .
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and .n to adaptvij to lorttlA' soil and 0llmaw( mud our y .f ..... \.-
county family is in jail at Bronson, : avenue Miami. The car stood where ity and returning to the starting point deecrlblac the trouble* froL ..m'l .D"bl. ... to. bundle. tho florid" .***! buahiMM advantaia.

on a coroner's Jury charge of murder It h.H topr-H with half of its: length atfsteil the attention of all who hap. abe u2U:
' of the killing Friday of crowdsof pened to be on that thoroughfare, including CarduL "My husband bail' ears SPRING CATALOGUE

growing out (I inside the building, attracting a considerable crowd listening of Cardal proposed Rettlac It lur me. Martln'i Sprint Cataloiu t. now r..d,.. Writ for I.. Bv: .rron. InUrMUJ la Fto ...
L. :J. Studstill\ also prominently con. the curious. The occupants of the "I .aw Cardul Sprung and Siimnwr rop. should avail,. thvm..lv.a of Infiirmatlon auntalnwl In our ....
fleeted. Folk himself received a flesh miraculously escaped with only to jazz music at Dayson's cafe. No that I wassImproving.w The result Mrlptiv oatatoHu. Bui>pll'"j yalta: on .........&. t otho. who ..nd ,In UMtir naawn pmt. .. ..
car one accompanied the walker-and a wn aurprtaiaf. I felt like a different Wr .. tat il UxUr. turr laloraallun nj prlen on all MaaonablaPhone,4277 --.
slight bruises. _. ._
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I To Stop a Cough Quick stolid silence was everywhere. The I p rion."Later I Buffered from weakness: ?':: ? 1320 : .:;:'foE. :

r take. HONEYS officers returning to Jack- man was W. E. Allen, who has a I
HAYES' HEALING a Raiding sad weak back, and felt all run-down. -
cough medicine which stops the cough by sonville from the western section of night shift at the telegraph key at I did not rent well at nlxbt, I wa* to AT MARTIN SEED CO. 202-2O6 E. BAY ST.

healing the inflamed and irritated tissues. Duval county which was Invaded by 'I the Atlantic Coast Line station. Whenhe nervous: and ernes. My husband laid
.
GROVE'S O-FEN-TRATE ''ilJ get me same Cardul, which .41
A box ef than 100 volunteers reached the termination of his pa-
armed force of
',. "SALVE for Chest Colds. Head Colds andCoup an more iid. It strengthened; m. .' M,
Is enclosed with every bottle of led by deputy sheriffs and trol he was met by members of his doctur said t gal along fine. I wan la Big Reduction In Prices You will make a mistake

If: YES' IIEALLNG HONEY. The salve family who carried him home and good: healthy condition. I Cannot if you order your fertilizer

should be rubbed on tbe chest and throat Habitual cf children suffering from a Cold or Croup. 14 toll: Days No vouchsafedfor ITiounan'M of women bar Buffereda
suffering. reason was
of Material In-
prompt whlpment.i Order Fertilizer
now. .
The hnllni)til ft of n.",. HeallniJ Honor (In- "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a piaUsf. Mrs. Wllllnran lirtrio.: ] until they
Hid the throat-nolnni with the h alinil enact, or preparedbyrupTonic-Laxative for Hntttua.: their action-but rumors are rife found rtllof from 'he line of CarduL secitodea. Sprayers Poultry Supplies.

brow e O-Pin-Trai Salve ibruuilli! the pura of ,;"mltlp tion. It relieves promptly but that he was told by those who called Since It hat< helped' BO mnny :yon E. PAINTER 1'KUTILIZEH. CO.

J, tbc Both kk la nwimllF toon topi.* ..a..couuh.plld""! la po"carton mad the should: be taken regularly for 14 lo 21 day* '' him from his duties at the station, ebauld not h Hlta't to try Cardul U JACKSON VILLK FLORIDAGet

COM of thvcombljuHi u.meol"We.; f- ; '.Jaw regular' action. It Seirou'ate! and and who told him they were members troubled' with womanly allmonU.
\junt ask druggist for HAYES : .' Dilute 3. Very Pleasant to Tak. COt for gate uvcrynuoro. E.81
December
your j of the Ku Klux Klan that it was be let, 1921, reduced price 'Jala before buying
*J %LlNG HONEY. per bottle. I


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t 1'L' r IUCAIt"'UIU COUNTY TELfc-.KAI'H.: : ...I'\HhE. PIe1Rllsh I ) FRIDAY MARCH 21. 1922. .
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__:.'JfJ N t :' IJ 1 ;: ara dfunl (licurJy; Ttluorapli I known. Sbe says: "The American wink at each other and make faces,'I i '. ,:J' ,'" ""I'': '" .. '. ,- """ _' :__.-:..-',.- -:.-_. ': ';';"','::'_:;' .:,"' ",,, ''','i.. ;'.,-" tI -
I newspaper pay too little attention: to behind Uncle's: back.
", I, what I .say, and too much to whom I But things do not often turn out as
t : "ci 1 Published we 'Kv) and entered a* !am." Yes. ma'am, such a cond'tio< planned. In spite of a great deal or

'il' >, second <'li! !'w n,lrr.! M the peal! shottd! 'be expected. She is mentio' e 1 bluff, threats and eTuits to ""::1111\"'' i1
r4 office at Stiirke. Florida. in the papers because she Is Mrs. As- him Into biking the star's part in the MfiGiC!
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Mi I qtiith, and hpr sayings are ignored b,!- play, Uncle Sam has refused lie :
f1 E. y. MATTIIMVS.: Mlinr: .; and;; UWIMTThe cause they are often "too utterly utter seems to have found out tht: he hi* : : ; '

," as Oscar, Wilde would sa.:. Abot been used as a !scape; goat; too m J.-:1:
I Tampa health officer want do :s th<3 only thing: in ttt's\: cojntry that she already and that his s-niathy: hn I ;
l I vaccinated against rabiaa. That'i approves of Is-"jazz." She says of been imposed upon. Besides,, he m.i:' I

I f.? right. Also vaccinate them against this music! which few Americans ever have rememhered what his fitV-? MU.SIC! .
'j 1 flea, mango, em sucking and sheep liked end of which the few who d'd George Washington, said about l'I-:
kiIUng. I like it are becoming heartily tired: tangling alliances. And he may; a'<> > I
"It Is splendid: It carries one on. After have come to the conclusion that it i- I

The Johnstown News now is twice I hearing' It I should say 'not of no use helping those who will nothelp I 11
, i strange that America moves its feet tl em8elves.
as large us formerly and just ua good I
so fast and so much!' Such utteran- Anyway, he has refused to rake the
look I nl:'. The News has existed for |
1- w one year If it keeps doubling in size ''ceado not gain respect from the press. European chestnuts: out of the fire ) MERRIMENT
: Of our "business women" she : And the
says managers of the play staid j
every year after this, we tremble for
the fate of our pulp wood forests.! Tho :i "Among! business women you have disconsolate, for what's the use of
h has for a very characteristic element, con- staging;: it when the star, for whimit I v .
paper now more room news
I servative and charming/ However, I ?
was composed, and without nhjnit
mutter than formerly. Mr. and Mrs.
don't see how American business men cannot well get along, has dsneil: i
Ozment are to be congratulated on Charms and
t their achievement. can employ certain short-skirtad, aiitauqua
I bare-kneed, rouge-lipped females who prised ,

The Union County Blade has succeeded talk too much. I find the average t
,I the Time* in Lake Butler The young; business men a more ST. MARK'S CHURCH : CheersRADCLIFFE
Blade is edited and published by M.Z. more elegant person" that the average/
I this business woman. Fourth Sunday in Lent.
Matthews! and Is his second
"attempt," as ho calls it, to give Lake How Mrs. Asquith, during a few I Service at 7'30: p. m.
Butler a newspaper. The first num- days' sojourn at hotels, could learnso Service on Friday, 7:30: p, m.
ber of the Blade ii not large in sire, much about business women, ia I No Lenten services next week.
but we hope Bro. Matthews will) find hard to understand. Being a ;British

p enough/ support to enlarge it. Lako aristocrat! abhorring "trades people," I WOMEN MUST REGISTER
tVr
f9 Butler {is now a county site and can- she probably. forms. her opinions. from, -
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ftq not do without a newspaper. general principles. If her picture in I The attention of the women of i is National not Sectional. 14 years of SUCCESS,
I | the does not belie her she
papers Bradford county Is called to the law
The Montverde Outlook is on our would not Buffer from using some of ,that require them to register in the from Florida to Great Lakes.
desk. It is the first number and will) the means for beautifying that !she decries primary election books and pay a cap-

be published monthly by the Mont- In our typewriter girls. "itation tax of $1 if they wish to vote SIXTEEN Men who Boost for Bradford and who I
verde Industrial School. It is a neat, ; [ in the primary election to be held on
r good little paper at the low price of A JOB FO-It THE CENSORS [June 6th. The registration books ofI have the STARKE SPIRIT

J { 25 cents n year. This school is not a I the several voting precincts of the
Why Is it that Biblical characters, I'
!
reformatory and teaches various county are now open and will remain who
'' trades. Among them that of printing with very few exceptions, are always open until April 3. The capitation tax
4 takes a prominent position. There is represented to their disadvantage in I must be paid to the county tax collector I BELIEVE :Starke and Bradford have some of the '
the found in literature
religious
pictures
a scheme on hand for the raising of : Persona may register by calling!
$100,000 for " giver, is pictured) like a Western wagon j;
department. Success! to this tho district in which they reside. Following -
I worthy institution master, just out of bed, apparently are the names of the deputy everythinz: that's fine and upbuilding, bring to you 17\\.
The
with his hullwhackers.
quarreling; registration officers of
the several voting
i You mAY talk about oil in Floridaall prophets and apostles! have stern, often precincts of the county: this fine Chautauqua with a magnificent program of :,

you want to, but before you !spend repulsive countenances, unkempt t: District No.1, Lawtey-Ernest I :lI
your just ask who beards, are baldheaded to a painful B'I
+ money someone Wells.
degree, and what little hair they have FUN ENTERTAINMENS INSPIRATION J;
knoTs
and you will get all the satis- District No. 2, North Starke-J. F ,
III faction you want. Of course, if you left hangs! around their shoulders in Kickliter. I ;:

wait to know definitely, you cnn spend tangled locks. The old patriarchs are ] District No. 3, South Starke-J.
v: j yp'jr money and wait and then askand represented! as a mangy set, who obviously .Morgan. W'I i iI A Community Building Program and ask to J
!slept in their clothes and roll you
find out just at sure, but we have I I I District No. 4, Graham-C. B. Rob-
gone to the trouble ot gather some information ed in ashes oftener) than in bath tubs. 'erts. I Back Them. /h
Angry countenances abound and 1
expressions -
from a well known engineer! District No.5, Hampton-A.
? who has the information through big of "wrath" are plentiful.The Futch. A'I

i'' oil concerns in New York City, and pictures are probably inspiredby District No.6, Theressa-D. W. Scores of larger and 'mailer towns in Florida buy this Chautauqua every year I
who know the oil proclivities of every the old "masters," so called, who ,Moore.\ I '( and then re-buy. Starke and Bradford county are as good as any of them.
state! and they scout the idea of oil were artists, but nothing else. They District No.7. New River-C. M, '
being found In Florida. If any person aimed at effect, but ca'ed nothing for Phillips. i I LET'S US SHOW 1 ITP&DCLIFFE 1
the fitness of things. The exclamationof
wants to dn".1, we suggest that District No. 8, rooker-,D. W. Ha-
those bad boy! "Thou baldhead,
t ho (rive it ti some worthy cause.- zen. ',
; Lakeland Star. come upl"! shows that one of the prophet I Illil4
C. A. KNIGHT) ,
.tr t) ------- !! had a naked poll, but why make :
Supervisor of : (
Registration EradfoH l ]JAUTAUQUAFIRST
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PLANT ORANGE TRJOES: them all look like; walking billiard County. 3.]0-2t I
..--- bnlls? The holy men are given; such ,
1 ff The frnavaa around Starke, many faces as the cl1'J years old, hnvo survived yet another men" have. Isn't it barely possible tfJcrmm:00tJlJiI! : : : ,.C1 "Cf" i cu.11J'1f ip it I Ir DAY ii

winter, although they were given no that many children, after looking/! at #! The Clifford Collins: I Duo and the
protection and are among the mist such pictures, engender a fear of reliirous' F4. Mysterious Milburn. Mr Collins introduces
c ,
sensitive trees to cold. Palma Chris- ; sublets thnt lasts throughlife ,+. character sketches bubbling '* ,vJ'
r a--- 51 "",' over with humor He makes his impersonations -
ti plants, which< do not aspire to be ? We cannot love whit we fear. .s;, look like, act like, anJ ;
t anything but nnnuils, have survived If Biblicnl subjects must be illustrated e v sound like the character he delist'. ,
eates Ht. makes th<'m live! ; ':
rr hero for years and are now really l, let the pictures not defeat their : s r tv '\ Milburn, the mysterious, not only f if !
4 trees, This shows that our winters purpose.! Let the holy men clean I '", p' mystifies with his. magic, but furnishes H: we
s up r '
A 25 ff, + .' a rich flow of humor and merriment x
? are very mild. Why not, then, take a little and bo admonisher) to "look cent Ii, + : 'iff) \4 s ';
'i advantage: of this generous! winter climate pleasant"! before' they sit for their pictures 1141 "r Ip Cdward Tomllnson, the brilliantyounn ,
v 's ,,, ."
i and plant orancre trees? We do r ys +'' ;; American orator
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I w y After ion="Making the Dream Come.. ,'
f not advocate t
biff !troves: but every True." -, '
?4 owner of a plot of land !should have at UNCLE SAM WAKES!I UP Want Adwill Ij r S ,c'\!, ,. 'fvenlng-"The Spirit of the Colonist I \",I'
s? least a few trees, BO that she could v The Junior Worker in stories fur -
r hive the delicious fruit for homo e A new play his been announced l ; ti young end old, and demonstration of '.\i

and some to sell.) The presence of orange entitled "tha international economic I + r- organized ptay >

trees frivol trop'cil' appearance and financial conference," to he sta'jcd, sell a .,.. ,
h, to the scenery as nothing else does, at Genoa, Italy. It won written purposely k'L _- SECOND DAYs 'I.J'
and it will convince home-seekers for the star, Uncle Sam. Uncle 1
s j Coitei Lockhart anj His Scotch ',,'
c that they need not fro further south. Sam's reputation in Europe ia that waw+ "' %, t d t''..iII1fJJ! Lftusles in a program of classic andhumorous l '"
There nre hardy: varieties of oran o of a good fellow, having plenty of Horse s? ,' y.r.ww+wss' vocal and instrumentaltrios ",
i $$200 and solos interspersed with ,1";
trees that will safely !stand our1 winters money and everything else. He Is quaint Scotch stories. The Com J
r'' will come into hearing soon and si'pttosed to be rather sin\-*"""minde,) pan,'. repertoire is a medley of "
I5 EM ti'r' j ,,'of!t pleasant surpri.e., all pitched tonr
1, 1 have excellent) fruit Plant a few of (1"J that lie! v,1 1 i .u. 6'I" i '.led over V a" Scottish key and this is further accentuated '
them Orange trees nny be set o'lt his eves. by ,tlen'ivif. \ ; ; ,i nloinats.: r'. by their picturesque See "
5 ', at any time of the year. | There will be plenty of sub-titles appealing or a tish costumes
--t. to his gono-isitv and lots of t THE CHAUTAUQUA DIRECTOR
Afternoon-"The Slorm.uEvcnln"The
t;' REMARKABLE REMARKSMr i lose-ups showing/ the t 'rriblo condi- 1ss Spirit of the Patriot.' i itlr
tion of Europe, The play will windup f

,*. Asquith, wife of the former" with Uncle :Sam:; shouldering a $$1000 Car s w. THIRD DAY tJ:
British premier, Is now touring America. great burden.of obligations, and leavInlf 't7
She has made some! wonderful! l } behind him coffers of untold I i 1 The Skiblnsky.Reed Company, '
discoveries and! likes to make them wealth, while the European nolitHana I I headed by A. M. bkibmsky, a Russian 'u
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tt. ry 4x' Our New Policies 1lj $$10,000, i t' 6 s3 1_ ':I,


., t Ripon College, Ripon, \Vi' .
Ei k' i Afternoon-"TIe Durable SatiiSc
Beginning April I si gasoline oils and Bans of Life."
y repair 13 Evening-"The Spirit of the Pioneer"

work will be put on a cash basis- nothing farm a

k" charged.To This is for the benefit of us all. Nobody makes any personal profit. All profits

allow us to give better service to the owners I divided equally between Woman's Club and School Extension Fund.

of Ford cars trucks and Fordson tractors after i l The Committee and the girls' are doing their part-

'i .. April I st we will confine the activities of our I

'mechanics to work on the Ford lineVe .
appreciate What is
more economical -
the work given us in the past' on all I DO YOURS-BUY TICKETS

makes of cars, but we will have tp adopt this and profitI

policy in order to make this garage a real service able than a want from the girls and encourage them. Help your friend win a prize and help.

; 'J station for Ford products.J. Starke. :
ad in this paper?


W. Andrews, Jr. What have you GO OVER, THE TOP I i

11J s to sell?
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FRIDAY, MARCH! 21. VI22.' '.
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ijffi Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Darby Lieutenant "NEW WAYS FOB OLD" "..'..1 1 ,-f the> Northwest and the r-, ,

DOES YOUR Chalker has been stationed for I -.- i 'i' the er.at corn belt of < he

: : : some time In Wyoming and the se- In making the picture "New;:. Wil < < Western states.

; LocalInformation (/ llit HOUSEWORKSEEJWHARD vero weather of the Northwest hUll ', for Old," which Is to be shown at t'i'inicty : .. j I' Southern Bell and Cumberland 1'

/ li, v.-iy much impaired I Ins health He :: Thentro on Sntunity, tho !'' 'I' 'p. lump & Telegraph Companion fV

i was recently granted n 1 leave: of absence tertiatlonnl harvester ('oin-inny ha ( h" :a nitliorn Railway Systum, the

!: : j Jf ? and will spend Hume time! in produced a most Ititorcstiiij! :: picture I.n'isvilU & Nnshvillo: Railroad, and .

Florida reenpcl'util111.! .. m nt of tho mechanical fnciliticM that
I : prpgent are the Atlanta & West Point Western '
Ii. r crww.. wr, ,,, 'aa/ reran.. .. ............ naN 1 vM' 'ting: with his puii-it! at :Mid- available for use on our farms of Jth.huiivi and Goorcla railroad In "J
, i "" II I I lj ,.....".-..,.. I" .dof. Gan..sa "...- "ew"' j HAS VOUU STRENGTH LEFI'YOU 1"\Irg'. ; ; .
II This picture wns made to show thi- combination with the Southern Enter
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t LL' ..._____._..... V T ..... I .. ..... _::O: .... i --- ---- ---. wonderful extent to which ft mi machinery prises, operating the Lynch chain of i

.. __e__-"-. =' ..............0- .-. :i CAN WILL RESTORE ITi has superseded manual labor theatres, are the interests presenting .
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Col. A. Z. Ad'tiim made a business> Lee Burrows was fishing at Samp- rE[ JT-A.\VnRn\ on our farms, something very little to the public a series of pictures of ')
If h-wo dyspepsia and head-
trip to Tallahassee> last week. sun lake Tuesday night, using set you 'realized by our farmers in this secwhich this Is ona. tllou .

-- -.... .. .. '" .. -'- books. lie returned : aches, and( fell "all in," don't take it ___. ..._____ -- .1'

Homespun lOc( yard. Stump's. morning with about to Starke all tho Wednesday bit! for granted that there is no relief. iJCOLUMNU' How power on the farm can be utll- "OLD IIOMR I).\Y AT PLUNKKT"( :
and ambition for tasteswill
oO ...__ ____. __. cattish he clued to curry. Strength your ..1.f.1',1 In many small ways such ns for 'I'() BE SHOWN AT (,,\WTBYION.: 4churning
when build .
com you up your Monday night next, the play "Old
wood cutting and taking
lira. D. E. Knight spent Wednesday ------- weakened blood with Guile's Popto- FOR SALl --1 Unlit buggy': $3": .; 1 1
"This Tanlac is farm products: to market is sliown. Home 1 Day At PlunUct" will bo put II
J.icloonvilla with really the first med-
in friends.Mr. !Mangan Take it with your meals a wagon with body, $20. Qul Icino I have ever taken that JJPS I 'rho picture is particularly' InLt'l'l'stun at Lavftey l>y the same cast whltho
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Co.
Starke.
few weeks and see the permanent ben- 3-17-tf.
what they it will lo \ I ___ 'Ing because of the features showing delighted) :: a large audience<< at the
say said J. F. __
and Mrs. J. E. Wilson, of G lines.ville efit. It is just the thing to aid you
are the guests oft! r. and Mrs Holly, Lexington, Ky. Turner's DrugStore to recover full health.: Thi wonderful KGGS FOR SALE--Brown Leghorn, ag'rictltural method used in other 111'nI.r"zh) / auditorium Tuesday the
will to
stages. There are pictures of the night. Th. proceeds go ,
DeWitt C. Jones for the weekend.You Starko. efficient form of food iron quickly for hatching, $1.00 for 1At t thoJoe Club: ,
fields of KI'l1lut'kthe wheat! Stnrk'omnn's v'
---..-.----- improves the appetite, adds color to I Canovn farm flute A, StarKe, hemp ; 1mmlummmwmmmcmia
Mrs Sarah J, Burroughs; who had Fla. F. J. Pattee, I'rop'r. :3-10--U I
tell 'em-we sell 'em cheeks anti) lips and impart strength
-Grocer ____. ___ __ I Iron
I'IS. Peoples Grocery Co. fore been with her brother, S. I"'. Morgan, to the jndpil, muscles. Remember to SALE:-Missionary strawberry- i iI rmmmrtuml, mmmmnrnrtmmmtptxsaittimmctmmtatpmmmalmt>uaroi>irl

some time, returned to her homo ask for "Glide's Pepto-Mangnn." Sold
Malvcrn Ark. "plants, runners from Townsend'aplants
Mrs. Jack of Jacksonville U Monday. I in both liquid and! tablet form.-Adv. set last fall. F.l1.
Brings, ---- -... I ,I Thomas, "wl Ie .yt

the guest of her sister !Mrs. A. Z. Ad- Free picture show tonight (Thursday for your tomatoes and peanuts.! Cuing I Starke. _

kins.P. ) at thj Gaiety. Come and hear fast, call and Bee us. Peoples Grocery FOR SALE-1 Ford! touring car, good! ,

,I P. lecture by Cary Austin, U. S. forestry depot. (j running order, $l2">.00; 1 light truvk tl
Nice line of Ladies' dresses. explained ,
expert by pictures. Pictures with body and! top, good strawberry

Sternberg's. I shown. after lecture. I Mrs. %V. K. Swinyer, who has been I I carrier, easy springs, $250.00. See _

I. ,I spending several weeks with tar Quigley Overland! ('0. 317tf. '
A. H. Johns has a fine field of Irish Silk hose from $1. up. Stern-mother Mrs S. L. Hamrick. -wont.to +,

, potatoes on his place in the southeastern berg's. i i Savannah last week to visit relatives. FOR SALE OR RENT:' .10 acre farm"T v )

part of Starke. I 30 acres in cultivation good! house
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t I She was accompanied as far as Jacksonville
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I The dollar registration fee will by her mother Mrs Hamrick. : and barn; a few pecan, peach and! Elberton Blue Georgia Granite

",i Mrs. Angle Sternbcrgr of Jacksonville be used to help the Strict school After a visit In Savannah, Mrs. Swin, plum trees. E. J. Lewis, Route 2, -THE STONE ETERNAL"And '
Is Mrs. A. C. und fund. Therefore who Starke.
visiting Fling everyone rcffisters yer will return to her homo In San : 3-17-21.
I Miss Kate Livingston. helps the public school In their Francisco. ------ GEORGIA MARBLE, in its various .hades make

._-- -_.- I' own district. FOR SALE-Cheap for cash, 2 mules!'

Mrs. L. E. Jordan and little son, of I I wagon buggy mowing machine, MEMORIALS
Van Heusen collar newest collar -
Oveido, are visiting her sister !Mrs 1 Mrs. E. R. Poppell and children left hay rake disc, boat farming tools, I
for men. Sternberg's.The .
T. J. Griffin. i Friday for Bonita Springs, where Mr. 2 wash pots, 2 saddles, Duroe male
I Renowned
Poppell is teaching. They expect to delegation from tho locnl-W. C. hog, milk cow with young calf. J. I

Jack Wainwright, of Gainesville return to their home here the first of IT. U. report an interesting session of G.. rtoyd, Starke.. ,.Fin. 3-17-2t. FOR ARCHITECTURAL DIGNITY 9 r''
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spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and July.
the National VV. C. T. U. institute In Salesman with to call
car ENDURANCE
? and EVERLASTING
Mrs. N. D. Wainwright: I I,1 I N. -D.: Wainwright' i Jr., came up I Gainesville last week. Noted national I on dealers with n low priced! 0,000 I

from Gainesville and the week speakers as well as state workers con- mile fabric and 10,000 mile cord! t factors to"Ib "cot,.idered in buying e
//,1, G. ]M.\ Bevill of Brookcr passed spent tributed to the Local delegates Three essential mon
program. II tire. week
$100 with extra
:' through Starke Thursday on his way end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. attending were Mesdames F. A. Universal a Tire & Ruhh commissions r- t uments. are, BEAUTY, PERMANENCY, APPROP-

to Jacksonville. N. D. Walnwricht. Newn Is studyinglaw Scott, G. A. Anderson W. J. Epperson Co., Michigan; City Indiana 1t" 1 RIATENESS. You have the assurance of this combination .- f t
at the University of Florida.
" J. F. Kickliter and G. C. Sweat. .-. -- when buying our material.
E. D. Card has been shipping a
I FOR RENT-Two apartments! one r

goodly quantity of sweet potatoes this Beautiful line of new spring I The committee in charge of the U. I upper and one lower both complete COGGINS MARBLE CO. CANTON, GP.

's week,. grown on his Starke farm last dress goods: just!' arrived at F. F. D. C. food Bale last Saturday afternoon with hath, sleeping porclw and all Leading/ Mnnufnclurrra of the South i

year. Stump's.. Call and look 'em over.Mises cleared something over $2". This' I modern conveniences. Apply to Mrs 1 I Field or Special Rrprrarnla.liv, I tiJ
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committee was composed! of Mrs. J. I S. F. Ilnmrlck, Starke. It. FLA.
W. ELLERY DAVIS. STARKE
Rising Sun self rising flour and everything Doris Scott and Olga Schmidt M. Brownlee Mrs. S. E. Brownies and -- !;q
at Peoples Grocery. accompanied by W. A. Scott and, Stan FOR SALK-Hasting* Redneld Beauty (1ISCIiJCCJIDJtmIQCIwrnIJICt:1mmc1fUIiffc''Iml"Jrnmmmllt1n
Mrs. A. Anderson assisted by
George
ley Cornell will motor here today tomato plants f IiiI'?! per 100, postpaid : : ; \} :: ( : .mlr.mJIICIIt1l11l11mmmmmamnmmr.mo: (
!Misses Iris Eporson and! Ethel Griffin. I
Cool weather Wednesday morning from'Ol'mond and spend the week-end $2.fiO per $1,000)( not postpaid
The ladies desire to thank all those
caus'-d the pupils of B. II. S. to get with Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott. 'i Cash with order.. II. S, Miller, U.
: who helped In any way, especially r t ,., .....
"bilcr" insists F. Lnke
' a holiday. The on stay- --, --- P., huller Fla. 1t vi
i those outside the chapter who donated rr'
( Ing "busted.) Name it In groceries nnd if .wehaven't f C tit ,K u pWa, vr5
so liberally I'KFNCH:.: .IHtV CLK,\NINC:-HP- r
it will it. Grocery --
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Every day is bargain day at ,depot. I Mrs -Chats-: --W.-.-Chalker----and--two little ,' movi'B the soil from the flnest! and : : ;, 'h--', '

most delicate garments without ,lossof
Stump's.
i so-s arrived a few days ago: >> to /
IMrs. It I Mrs. D. T. Clark, of Jacksonville, is spend! some time with her parents, color or shrlnVa-'n, und! cleans

N. B. Hull left Monday morning the guest> of her parents, Mr. and Mrs I your irnrmcnts ItOrtl'dlv.Ve French FMj Vi ifft2 !i r t +!i:

for II 'IHP tead, L. I., being called N. D. Walnwrijtht. Mrs. Clarlc Is i I CLEANING: / OK'SEI'I'IC'P.1NIi dry clean! in n superior minner. .ttJt,

E there 1 11\> n 1\, \(' 'ram Rtntimr that hjr here to attend the entertainment given Prompt service und the lowest pvi- ....
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r mother: :M'. '. Kusel, died Sunday. at the home of Mr. and' Mrs. TOo A. Hard and PimigrernHe l Work Attend!* !! crs consistent with' first-ohms work. '\ .
I 1 Articles fTiled! for and d'llverod.I ) / '
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v Tnn!''ir' !n'lt-vos, rheumatism by re- -,-,---.-- I I Thin Necessary MeasureI i I'I' Sap A. T ,1'1'11. inp'l\ ) rl"iner' at t'.i, .I'. '.. .: v
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ice. 1 i'v.lusn.; Turner's DrugStore I Peoples Grocery t''n., Starke. It* 41t4
shoes at Stern- ,
mm \V. I.. Douglas: i j I The septic tank located west of the / ., .,--;.rt I..

Stnrlce.Arth'lr berg's. I foot of Water built five ;! 1 .
: : ;
ptreot years "
.. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. ;nL1If'
-- ---- Is being cleaned out. While\ the J'" ,; :,,4:""
r--iTiII-i- !' ago! A '
i nnniinrrin ntri uniliT thin litafllnift not i"e.rcvriinir
: has been visitinnr "
() Leo Canova, of Jacksonville, Is here : .,. .. ".
In wardn a.
solid matter hud! not yet reached ah one inch nirh( (filmtit 72 ) .
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at the home of Mr. and Mrs. N. visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. will\ I liu publlHltnl from date. ,min" the t.Hmiirv '. '-i1J1.;....f I.\;'. . ''
"ht where it would interfere with I'xA
for his homo i.li el Ion 'n Jane fur '5. pnynll at lima ofamt : ,' H .. t
T. Ritch, left Wednesday F. Canova. Mr. Canovu will sing tonight .
( Insrrtlun ; ,:
n." proper working of the tank, Su- I. <.Ii '>
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in Colorado Springs, Colo. | at (the musicale given hy' the '

.' Woman's Club nt the homo of Mr. and peritendent Stringfellow believed that To the nfmocrntla BTATE'M!Voters ATTORNKV nf Klxlilh JinllalHl, .. ,,.:- ..- 1 '
of i if more slud re was allowed to nccumi Circuit: .....-
When think eating, remember I ..
you Mrs. L. A. Davis '
h..h,. f nCnrr .
1 rnndlttury the
i, ulatc, the mass would be so solidi'ied, Hunnitnrp my Peoples Grocery at depot. I'I cif Slati-'H Attorney "r the Klvhth: ..lilMlolnlr'lmilt.
Ins to make its removal difficult .
I very Fnm"rlnlntr f>i'vy. Miii'hitn. I'litnum.FlBtflpr
--'--'- The circle of the Methodist
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tlnlnn l llnlirr enuntx
MriKlfurd. Bn .
Miss Anna Canova who is studying' church met l\Innchy afternoon with for tho tank if twenty feet deep. i. .lt>r' o the rrltniirv lietlnn' nf June s.

voice in Jacksonville, is spend:ng several !Mrs A. W. Anderson as hostess. Mrs. 'i The enclosed area around the tank ere 1922.,tin If and ah'ctrth ecnnrimlml I promlM'lmlnlnlrntlon. nn HirtrrcHBlvo.nf w'thrutriilm ',- The ONE EEST SHOE in the U. S. at the price.

d I'S with her parents, Mr. und F.. K. Perryman wa< the lender and had grown( up Into a close bungle of of the ..If,.,. Will nitriintn| | t''*<* tin- t
briers and, after the had been (port of all Uvmucrntl J. C. ADKIN3
growth
Mrs. J. F. Canova. the subject was "A People Sitting: in The Edmonds Shoe Company Milwaukee, inaUcs just
__ _____ removed and the takenoff Jn.l'rlnl" Circuit
.. I screen cover To till ritlnin ut the Klu'Jh
Darkness. During the social half- i t hereby nnnounc. tn the rltivrn of theeounty ONE shoe, on three last*. Army last nieflium toe and narrow .
Warner's Rust Proof Corsets.Sternberg's. ]I n power diaphragm pump wa\ ,, .
hour ths hostess served a salad course. of Atnohu Riit ' placed over the tank and pipe connee- I'titnnm and halos. mpfilnir thiFlrhth toe. jEvcry pair it made of the highest grade of mo. i

I I George L. Tessey a well knownBuffalo ,I I tions ma.ITho/ pumping, In chargeof : to micmil Juillclul, mynf\t Clrrult\ a. thnt Htil I Attorney am a cmvlldntv .nl>-- hogany calf. flit is impossible to make a Letter shoe. They ,

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who is taking law I J. L. Simmons the plumber went J Gus Boasley a mechanic, said he had gained' !: Rlirtlim. to hi. held nn Juno U. HUJ. If rteeted are to produce : way, we

course in the University of Florida: twelve pounds; his wife had gainedtwentysix 01 successfully until Tuesday morn- t pri.m... the Hiinif1 cnirvvtlo and.' iHTonnrnl-, turn pass it on to the trade. JTho; Wonderful Shoes are sold
cal ilmlnliitrnllt thnt I hn rt "i.n'lpnvorftl to i ilrlr i
weekend, with his father, 'i.i +I";, when the rubber suction broke .. ',
the
iipent pounds and, his daughter Bincif my Hpi,>u! tm 'nt to nil the unjt- at $7.50 per pair.
1 und had to he replaced. Baffle plates, sired term of Hon A. V. (..unif.A. .
O. 1... Beasley.f | was gaining every day by taking a. i I It best to buy 'Edmonds) Foot-Fitters."
:_ ...!:.RPWl.._ pays you
1 ?___?__?_________ i inside the tank are so ingeniously nr-
Tanlac. Turnnr's Drug Store Starke.Mr.
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of | ganged till all the solid matter in COUNTY rOMMI''HIONEB! : IM8TIUCT No. S
Rev. L. W. Kickliter one our I urn a mniliilnte far county cnttiinlmili.nHrof
the Is to sink leaving lMtrlct Nu. t. .HmdriinJ county, anti belt-by I Price $7.50
the
tl foremost truckers, now supplies : and Mri. R. R. Hoffman of ewage compelled -, .. '
t. town with juicy beets us well as other' Akron Ohio, are visiting the former's the liquid at the top clear und almost -I m.ry.' l
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without odor. I prams. to a\vm\ my heat 'ri riry anil
parl'ntllII'! and Mrs. A. P. Hoffman tion 'to th. dints of null office and. to .
I I From Water street to the tank the. I faithful and' cnnBclintlifu service t** m,.It.n.1 J. M. ALVAREZ STARKE
receiving of Stnrke. R. R. Hoffman is now the trlrt and' eminty I Mrnifitly nollult ,
main Is the of the ". .
assistant ticket agent for three of the newer on top groundand port uf all Dvmocrmta In said .' lct.H. .
protected only by.a shallow B. ---
I
. : big railways entering Akron. Another
rival of a son, Urgle:; Doiet born Mar. Starke boy who has made good. of earth. Trees felled nearby had bank

17th. I I len across the pipe and had : pa

in several places. This has been re- I i
The stately date palm in Col. W. T.Weeks' : '
The friend: of J. lIenan Williams has I' lrel. The 10-inch discharge pipe
front yard survived yet
that his wife and two from the tank to the canal foundto
regret to hear was
another winter. Now it Is putting How Can This Bank Best
children are critically ill with pneu forth racemes and is preparing to be choked up somewhere, and examination I

monia. bloom. A bearing I ..r date palm cannot revealed that a cypress' I

help classing this !section with the root had entered through a tiny crack j i I

New milinery arriving.daily at troplca. or hole in the eoncrtee connection and ,, Serve You?

7 Stump's store. after getting inside the pipe hal, ,

grown into a solid chunk of wood a1 !
So far show Arthur
I as our reports ,
The orange trees in Starke have Rigdon, who lives with his father his as a loaf of bread, and from it I

lately been trimmed up and cultivated. sent out thousands of smaller roots,
I about four miles north of Starke is field 01{ usefulness is the of the ? of
As a result they are now blooming entitled to the prize for the heaviest completely filling a couple of feet of OUR legitimate serving ptope

. / freely. I yield of strawberries this season. This the pipe and breaking it This miss this community.If .

. I r w i young man recently brought in six of roots is a vegetable curiosity and you are earning a salary and. want to improve your condition in life talk it
Pay our store a visit Saturday and is on exhibition at the Telegraph of
,: crates and seventeen quarts of fine
get your groceries. People's Grocery.IIOW'S i Missionary berries that had been pickled fice. Similar Instances of roots choking over with us.. A banker has access to many facts which are not generally known

1 from 3,000 plants. concrete connected sewer pipes in to.the public. Perhaps some of them may be of value to you.

Starke are expected to be common

HALI/S CATARRH THIS MEDICINE? will r \\'e have a solid car hydrate Lime enough: in the near future The lint step on the road to success is SAVE. The second is BANK

claim lot It-rid your ayete...
do: what we YOUR SAVINGS. The rest comes
et c..torrn or It.aCnrM cause 1 by catarrh I easy.
.' We do not recommend It for any I No Worm In a neaithy ChildAll

r..i*'" other HALL'S! aTARnH: JfEDICINV. I to. a chlldrea troubled with Worm. have an uo.hmth .
llriuld. taken Internally and Beta throuuli y cnlor.whlcb Indicate poor blood and u.
I. the blood upon the niucoun u-fi i-ea at rule Ultra u more nrkau stomach: duturbanc E.K. PFPRYMANATTORNEVAT
the e"'Pm th, .' .ed'dlllr, I' Inflmma.tlon C.KUVf. TASTLLEta CHILL; ItJMO. ul..n resu- BANK OF
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UKADKOKI COUNTY; .;I. fatAPti. alAKKK. I"I.UKW1\ yit ..0
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several Spanish
it and destroyed ,;;alloys -

:ft Hamilton-Twelve boys and two THE HISTORY ( which were lying in the St. Jolnn ( ,
girls, members of our corn and pr{

UIt' -......................... ................................................-....... clubs will feed out three cars of hog river.The Spanish fortified and garri \ m./, II'
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: r' fur May delivery.WaltonWe far trade
,. OFJ-LORIDA neutral town! as as en li- \' "

I With The Bradford lions were concerned!, in 1812. This
1. : v. have placed 1900 blueberry
taken cognizance of
Dating from the disc >\cry of whatis K-tion was i.j '
1'I ) plants and bought three carload :sionul :nment of t Ci; ,
: I f'" now known as FlJ'id.J. on Easter the prov gave r- 1

County Farmers '..t ..HOW'S .-t., of fertilizers this week. Sunday, March 27, 1 .13, by Juan gin: which sent Governor McIntosh it \

I -l Ponce de Leon a Spanish soldier;: and the head of an expedition against the ""I \
< I CHIPS

I 1.__............................................................................... _J ,. I adventurer, the history of I this Stat: effecting Spanish stronghold the besieging of Fernandina! it and
Da Leon capture
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with ronnnce. ,
Businessmen is replete I'':
i ',, 1 Farming is a business.
in the March 12 1812. "
of the country on ,
Ie took possession I
Are business 1/
11 I Ip' I I keep accounts. you a
I S1KAL MAUCH: ON .1It::;. liOLL ? name of the Spanish crown, naming British troops garrisoned I'.ia: opain- of 1
", Iii'! I HOW TO LOCATE A UEE YARD ) WEEVILi I at farmer it Florida after Pascua Florida from huh fort at Ponsacola in August, I If: 1-t. n..J-..

Do Leon believed, his General Andrew
j/ i Spanish. Here following which J. I'hVI'
/ ,I In locating n bee yard plan first, least. YOUR HEALTH / There is about as much danger of search for the Fountain of Youth Jackson was ordered by the U'cited, < "
ti' to have the apiary na near home asposBibla proposition to plant at one getting too much milk in the diet as
in Tells You How would end, and the discovery of numerous States government to march all: 'ai,'ist onfit I
Island cotton Harrison
of Shepard
Sell !
sake more much
j for convenience's ; second crop there is of breathing too pure
pl. great springs Icd to the General] Jackson! with an ,
this in the hope the town. n"
s4LV to locate near fields! which contain North Florida year I lk> Improve It Bir.I .
i honey-producing and belief that the boll weevil has spread of rumors that truly this marvelous army of 5,000 volunteers, marched in I IIIton.
.
+ tho important Elgin, Tcnn.- 1 cm n i- i Hi'. bee .
i fountain has : invested and
and
I and mythical
plants of the locality; third, to place been starved out by the two years or Picrc''s Gulden ;llcdill! UiKn-ery. imd Some folks si their corn by the from Tennessee captured .
I i failure to for her benefit the I'h'nuant, Pellets have bm n the "mrarg found DeLeon landed on the presentsite Pensacola. aw'la
It' the bees where, in their flight to and so grow a crop bushel and some by the pint; but the
and to take advantage of the cf restoring my limit h. I vvn* weak and of the city of St. Augustine. sold! tne territory of Floridato
will not crow farmer prefers to sell Spain
hives
they Florida
the
wise
from ,
ran:-tlolvn, huci mil li 'heudahes. and my ee'
"I' points frequented by people. shortage of and strong demand for kidneys were out of tinier. It was "n mis- his by the pound in the form of pork. Do Leon finally returned to Spain the United States government! in kip,

An ideal location is one in which long staple cotton is being seriously cry fur roe to walk around) 1 begun/ taking after extensive exploring of Florid: 1821 for $5,000,000 the change,, of r J\ .
:I face south or east and considered] not only In Duval county tho Joldcn, :Medical' I Dim-overy" mot in search of the Fountain of Youth, flaws occuring at St. Augustine; July phll1
Bees the
the may I 1 learn
and will rover
l'dl'ls' and Boys
the 'l'lcl1. nnt they! put moon gins
during where thu idea! was first broached only to later sail again for the land I Oth of that year, and at Pensicola '
'I be shaded partly W
1 In
where they may the( rood, to Rood health right u\viy.: value of money unless they learn it
the hottest portion of the day. To but in adjacent counties. Success want, I to cpcuk,! ( a 'pood 1 wind for Dr. the home. If they are allowed to spend of his discovery to continue this quest on July 21st. General Jackson served l r tints .

have the nun strike the hives d 1 irini; wilt, one crop at least seems certain, Pierre's ri-inotlies to nil sufferers."- the Other Spanish explorers landing on, as the first governor, Florida being ,'
cent they are given or earn,
and late afternoon for the boll weevil should have been Harrison Slwpurd, V. 1'IX 1, Box 13. every tho coast of Florida include Pumphiloda declared a territory by Congress! hav,'
morning
41 the early tart right bv obtaining tliix. 'Ui(coven habit will follow them through life.
', i d"trim the working season! is deli starved out by this lime. This might it once from your nClllht.orhuoJ Narvaez, who landed: <: In 1'n: at ,a !March( 30,1822. William P. Duval\ wa 1 1-1

I; ,"' able for many reasons. One Is that be repeated! each year until the boll driin'i in tablets or liquid,' or write to It has been said that the man who point on Clearwater Bay on the West appointed first territorial governor, bincit ?'

i It tends to aid the bees, in working weevil again invades this section in N.Dr.Y.I'u. fur'rce'e free Inval, medical it I,,' Ilourt advice.{ in Buffalo, lni''ns: weeds, > and grass in his fields Const of the State. Narvaez fought the first legislature was held in St.

curlier and later on cool days. Dense: force, if it should ever! do" so again. -- -.-- rather thnn plow them under as humus his way to the site of St. Marks, Augustine beginning March M: 1823.: nkhahot

d shade is hardly advisable except in avery Sea Island, cotton is sure of a good AGRICULTURAL YEAR BOOK\: is guilty in the first degree: of ar meeting strenuous opposition from Tallahassee was selected for the cap- I
for several to The the Indians. Discouraged, his force in 182.1 and the '
r hot section. price year come. son. One real dirt firmer: said, "Sus ital of tho territory denift'nr
? t V In placing the hives in the apiary bstitUten for it are also! be in-; wiped Congressman Frank Clark writes us pect there's a bit o' ]laziness in that attempted to leave the country in 1 5 ell, ''etton of the capital building was I

rare must be observed not to fret them out by insect pests. Egyptian; cotton too." boats and.n rafts of their own construction begun in 1820 an.l completed in 1812. vl i.
that he has: the book of tho department : man,
too close together. They may be plat is afflicted with the pink boll worm year these being wrecked and all Florid was admitted to statehood tlnll
of agriculture for 1921 for
o ad.1 in pairs or groups to suit the convenience and tho Piirm cotton fields in Arizona free distribution. This book contain> Eggs preserved in water glass areas members of the expedition, lost. "y net of Congress. l\I"r'h; :;. i 1M t ; >, a"o.

I t of the beekeeper and unless have been invaded by the boweevil items of interest to farmers. good six months afterward as at Next in succession came Hcrmndo -'liani; D. Miit'cv: beihT i :ieetcd !' 10leu

i I"t well apart, all should l not face in one to such an extent that the culture Write many for one. Address lion. Frank the time of preserving. When you De Soto, in 1;>39, with an expedition fin-t governor of I lh. Stile.EHIGHLAND? : \.

tr direction. 8-iys specialists! of the stats of I hat crop hat been. officially Clark House of Representatives! of have a surplus try this method; these of 1,000 men, 3)0 horses!' and' one cannon -- ---- ont
close forbidden in that state. landing ond Tampa Bay near the *t
plant board. If too together, Washington, D. C.COUNTY eggs will come in conveniently when ,
young bees may. drift from one hive The trouble of getting it ginned I In : your hens are not laying.) Write the present site of the city of Tampa. con!

to another. This may cause trouble. the absence of a long staple ginnery AGENTS' REPORTS i j University of Florida. extension tlivis-: This expedition also met determined, Highland, March 24...!..Miss O1IU f !!'
the fields in this section need not he a serious resistance but pushed its way to a Starke for CAmr
',' A ; laden with honey and pollen may at obstacle. County Agent Watson suggests ; I point near where the city of Tallahassee : few davs visit with her sister Mrs. D. me'A

), times trot into the wrong hive. To that the crop could be sold i in Gadsdcn-Spent two days workin;: A farm sewerage system docs cost now stands, spending the winter L. Ricby. ,; al1fl

have several hives on one stand, may' : the seed, provided as much as a carload to establish a community bull association something, but so do the visits of the, there. Spring; broufjht activity rain< B. H. Ricks arrived Wednesday for a'r,

1 i dislurb nil the bees on that stand, could bo obtained, at any one at Cross Houd!!. Only one farmer doctor and the undertakers to the garrison, and DoSoto pushed on a visit with II. C. Wimberly and f'm- then

tf when< tho beekeeper is at work with, point by the buyer. It is also! stated expressed himself as being opposed again, marching,: westward over a ily. Mr. Ricks has been located at Canal I' '

but one hive. The less bees are disturbed : that a local firm has announced: its to such an organization. I|I It has been said that for every 117 route now closely/followed-by the Old Point. y hell

the better for both them and intention of beginning Immediately, : I cattle in Florida, only one is a purebred Spanish Trails Highway in Florida, O. W. Parker, Jr., of Jacksonville, ,' eVI'

the keeper. the erection of n lanrc ginnery in Osceola-Local growers are being) ; while ten other Southarn: states and reached the Mississippi River his is visiting his father, G. W. Parker. the

| Jacksonville It Is said that this gin legally incorporated having already; better this, ranging,: from Tennessee death occuring at a point where now Rev. J. I'. Conway, of Green: < ''>ve ."

1 WHY PKKSKKVK; EGGS. ''nery I will be ready to bundle, tho crop, forwarded a proposed charter to Tal which has one purebred to every -17 stands the city of Natchez. His army Springs, spent last week here visit- btur

Int harvest limn. The name of this lahassee. up to Louisiana which has. one pure was disabled and nt'lIrlyIII members :injr the members of the Baptist: church AIo

,, Below Dr. N. W. Sanborn> poultry firm has not been riven( yet however bred to every 121. Obviously, we of were killed though n few of the remnants und held services at the Baptist church. er

specialist: of the University of FlorIda Some prDPiutloni. must bo observed I'olll-Watermelon! growers! report Florida' know this shouldn't be. But of the once form id iblo force, .Saturday anti Sunday. : itIn

answers the question "Why preserve by those who would attemn t Se-i good stands and, that spraying for what are we doing about it? reached Mexico and joined another Ja<'k Briggs, of Jacksonville was a /

eggs ?" Island cotton culture during this year aphis his begun. Packing houses are -' -- Spanish expedition there. business! visitor here Thursday.! 1\\ tit

Because fresh, eggs are most plentiful For one thing, the United States department about to reopen for the late citrus UK vnroRD) i i' On August! .1 1, 1555: ; Don Tristan De W. M.\ and II. C. Whlb! rlv. Jr., 1t

in the spring nod, early sum of agriculture says that. the crop. Luna, another Spanish explorer, discovered :: were visors, to L-uvtey, ThnrsUv. :t. th

mer. cotton seed, of last year I is! weak to I Rrndford, !March 24.-Mrs.; ( W. M. Pensacola Bay on which ft F. ,M. Crews was transacting business 01

Itocauso eggs are cheapest in the such an extent that planters are buying Madison_Farmers still are buyin;,; Harrcll spent a few days of last week! colony was founded.!, This, however in Sinrko\ Thursday. ftn

spring and early Bummer.i the left-over seed of 1920!) In pre co-operatively fertilizers through our in Starke at the: bedside of her sister proved, unsuccessful and was soon Mrs. J. C. Wills and Walter Weeks, inf

i, 1, Because! eggs aro most expensive in ference. The department his l tas'ied, farm bureau. Mrs. Cook, who was taken there for abandoned. if Stirke, were guests of II. C. Wim- T'

fall and winter. instructions ns tn, the culture of cottonin an operation In 1502( Captain Jean Rig'tult' n Hrrly and family Sunday. f. stI

r 1'' Because you will be able to use the weevil-infested 'territory, the result Dade-As a result of the recent Clyde Shaw was in our section last French Explorer, discovered the St Richard Lana went to Jacksonville, ftf'

'I ,cheaper preserved eggs more freelyin of observations by growers and county fair, we now h'ive a newly organized Thursday. Johns river, so named because of its Mordiy\! for a few days visit with rel i I, th

full and, winter. the daprtmont;: officials.: County Agent ( rabbit breeders' association of; Bruce Warren and f"mily were, visItors discovery on St John's Day.: Uibault' atives.

( Because you can sell your fresh ogjfs Watson says he has a quantity' of 2.1 members. at the home of :Mr.\ and Mrs.: J. built a fort onI bluff comnrimling Henry Skinner, of Jacksonville

when they are highest in price and this literature on hind and will supply V. Edwards Sunday.C. the river mouth and around it established spent the week-end, guest of Geo. Par- "tVI>

i use preserved eggs in the dull sea it to those who apply for it. No doubt Flagler-By buying their potato( M. Andreu and wife were visitorsto a colony. His hostile attitude ker.

; t sons. agent III other counties hiVe: the barrels co-operatively and direct from Union' county Tuesday. to the Indians and persistent plunder- Among the visitors to Lawtcy from I"w:

r Because it means a saving of mon same bulletins. the barrel factory, the f irmers of the A. A. Edwards was attending to ings by the French resulted in considerable here Monday were J. A. Starlin", J. C'"

I,, ey. I Under the circumstances, we do, not St. Johns section have saved several business nt Worthington Friday. warfare, with the result F.. Bennett, L. W. Wilkinson Fred v

; t"; DI, you know how to preserve eggs see why a courageous! attempt to take hundred dollars. W. H. Harrell! and daughter Lu- that the colony was: finally starved Lang Ed Carter, O/.ias; Prescott, Nelson

t* f,} by the water Klaus! method ? If not, udvnnta-re of the boll weevil should l rile, were visitors to the home of D. Prescott, Lon Prescott and Ch-ts.

c writs to the College of Agriculture,, not bo successful this year at least I Suwanl1ee-Approximately 1COO Ibs. 'v. Dukes Thursday. out.In 1562 a colony of French Huguenots Wilkinson.Mrs. .

t ti Gainesville, or call upon your county and highly; profitable! to boot.-Farm of watermelon seed have been treatedfor Mabry Harrell was a business vie under, Admiral De Coligny' II. C. Wimberly, Misses Wini

r or home demonstration agent. and Live Stock Record. disease by our farmers: this sea itor to the county seat Monday. settled below St. Augustine' their colonization fred! and Beth Wimberly !Max Wim

r I+, ---' son. Messrs. Leverett and Shacklcford efforts being: fought by the berly motored to Starke Monday.
PLANT SNAP BEANS IN MARCH CARING nUt IMPLEMENTS: passed through here Thursday enroute Spanish under Don Pedro Menendez

Liberty-Another carload of fertilizer to Brooker.Mr. ZIFF
the entire
and practically colony wip-
If your garden, has a light, well- There is no branch of farming where bought co-operatively this week, and Mrs. Michael Andreu, of ed out. Menendez left a ,garrison: there I

drained fertile soil, snap beans shoulddo can be practiced, to better Jacksonville, visited homefolks here a
economy and founded the first permanent settlement -! Ziff, March 24.-Mrs. Levy Prescottand
well on it They require only sixty advantage thnn In first-class equip I I Taylor- Two carloads of kainit, cooperatively few days of last week. on the peninsular, naming little daughter, Mary Elm, spent

days from the time of planting to bear ment, well! cared for for carrying on purchased by farmers are Malcolm Harrell was a visitor to it St. Augustine. i the first part of the week at Grahnra

fruit. They are legumes/ and will add farm' operations. Farm machinery is being delivered this week. Watermel Worthington Saturday. I Florida continued under S ,, -iish with her sister, Mrs. Florence Je.hnson. -
:
much nitrogen) to the soil. often notoriously abused and neglect ons are up and promising. Mrs. J. V. Edwards is numbered on who is sick.
1- dominion until 1763, when the terri- very
?; t Dart snap beans In rows or hills, ed. It is left to the tender merciesof the sick list this week. ceded to Great Britian in ex Ellery Thomas was a visitor to the
I nays W. L. Floyd, professor horticul the elements. after Its season of uses Citrus-Several growers have purchased Ira W. Pinholster and Otis Barry tory was Watermill section Sunday.

:4: ture, University of Florida. Cultivate over. It is put back into the next power sprayers co-operatively were in our section Friday after change for Cuba. In 1781 that portion Miss Avy Starling spent Sunday
of the territory west of Pensa-
r frequently and shallowly but do season's work with but little attention. this week. noon. .
; with Arva Thomas.
cola. was ceded back to Spain, and,
r not cultivate when the leaves are The mortality of farm implements his I I. 1 Grandma Baxter is visiting her "West" Florida coded back to the Mr. and Mrs. Truman Thomas and

v wet. I been ruinously high. When they should, Alachua-Fifty Trenton farmers, daughter, Mrs. C. M. Andreu, this Spanish was children spent Sunday with Mr. and

If the plants turn yellow, apply a have been in the prime of usefulness, who have 300 acres planted to tomatoes week. I crown. Mrs. J. S. Forsyth. .
their of the territory r.a
L small amount of nitrate of soda. Some they have succumbed to neglect and attended a spray-mixing demonstration J. V. Edwards and son, Shelton, During,: occupancy Those who of Misses
were guests
constructedthe
in 1765 the English
i of the favorite varieties are Refugee,: | gone to the scrap heap. Here then is Saturday. There are about were visitors to Brooker Saturday. Atha and Lewis s
Opal Sunday were
1 King's Road from Fort Barring
,
Strinjrluss! and Red and Black Valen a splend'd' chance to cut down operating fifteen hundred acres of watermelons ,
ton to St. Augustine,: passing through Misses Avy Starling, Rhoda and Alva $
few
) tine. during the next planted in this section. Proof of the Pudding.
expenses i Thomas Messrs. Dave Greene of Pine C
\ machine hold out I I 1 I what is now Jacksonville and South ,
Help the old Mrs. A-"Hut, hoI811hot was
,
i I' years.
the Hill, Frazier Shaw and Hugh Butler
wf'1I1 1 Jacksonville In the same
two. It will be Volusia All watermelon growers your rent reason for refusing her din year
Pilja. Cured r lai 6 to 14 Days another season or of
of Brooker John
Crosby Shaw
I town: of Rolleston was founded on the ,
Invitation Mr*. It-"Cxpcrlenc*
1 Ps'rle i rr.rnmdmnaey' 'If PA701UNTW.1Tfit! worth while. Give proper care right are prepared to splay for anthracnose. ner I
iii lucurrl.hl:, < ;; K. li'nil: : : llnNliimorPrntrarttntf, ; ; ; e machinery iiaud to tinvp lurfnvloible cans" east bank of the St. Johns River by LaCrosse, George Rivers, of Long
': 1':10.: and ." 'Ir from the start to the new I I- .
U" rIm" vi I -v. ii-hlnit Yu .' I Dennes Rolle holder of grant of Bridge, and Menzil Groover.
a
WNSt. I ULI' '''lh''' Prryv" find it to buy. Y
that you necessary Santa Rosa-Three- more carloads> I I ( Asset 10,000 acres from the British govern i Mrs. Nita Dyal attended the burial

f' CALOMEL; MAY TURN ON: S SEED RED ordered 1' She-"So you are t'tigiiged) to Mlsr ment. of her nephew, Willie Johns ak
$10 MADE of fertilizers co-operatively
ON YOU NEXT TIME 1 Baggs. 1'11lure I can't see anything Settlement of New Smyrna occured Hampton Tuesday.
farmers this week. One demonstration -
.a Hicks -made $40 on a small by I I attractive about that woman." He- I'I In 1767 when Dr. Andrew Turnbull Ellery Thomas, of Brooker, spent I
W. B. in terracing given.
Next Dose You Take May Sali..aleand t "Neither can I sue It; but It's In the brought 1,500; Greeks Italians and, the first of the week here with home-
i : l strip of ground ihout forty by forty *'."
Start a World of Trouble bank all rig -Tfaixtoa Transcript. folks.
Winorcans that work lora
r eetin the garden of his South Drana Escambia-The Penaacola chamber to colony to '.
London became '{ Evan Hodge was a business visitorto .
Company. Conditions '
t utilized
residence. The ground was to
$75
street of commerce has appropriated
t Calomel Is mercury; quicksilver. It Bridge I In Hlitory. however that the our section Friday.
so oppressive ,
seed ,
The
4
seed bed.
e crashes into>> a,>ur bile !like dyntmite, as a tomato be offered as prizes to be competed forty The only mention of a bridge In the colonists fled the new settlement and Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Pre..."'tt and
9 used were one-quarter pound of 4Vi1lame' community club leaders. The young ,I canonical Scriptures Is Indirectly la I 1 f
: ..' Globes and one hundred the went to>> St. Augustine in 1776. children spent Sunday at Gr n, the
Cabot :Sel: man who can enroll in the clubs tile principality of Ocitbur a districtto 1'
never' I per if of the seed must have greatest number of boys, boys who fin the northeast of too Sea of Galilee. I In 1783 Governor Zepedes, representing 1guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. John-

; UH 'I I mature.! i;csrJlr.: to ish their projects, keep their records. A. tug IMUIU a bridge in said to exist Span! built a fort a t Cow son.I .
If you feel bilious, headachy, Mr." Hicks. correct and exhibit at the county fair, 'I I still which Is called by the Arabs "the Ford, the site of the city of Jacksonville I I We are sorry to report D. L/. Thomas -

stipated and all knocked out con-I I' lie fertilized the ground lightly and will win. bridge of the sons of Jacob. ThRomans and garrisoned it with Spanish on the sick list at this writing.

+!} t( to your druggist and get a careful to water the plants nearly are credited with being the troops. This garrison existed until There will be services at Little Rock

Dodson's Liver Tone for a few cents I'I was and protect them from frost TONIC first constructors: of arched brldje 1704., when General McIntosh marched Saturday and Sunday. Everybody invited -
day A
every
which Is a harmless vegetable substitute ever vtrraiua. I
too with a force from Georgia, caputred to attend.
Care' should be used not to plant
for dangerous calomel. Take OrovA'c Tasteless chill Tonic restores .
,r a spoonful and if it doesn't start your close to a bed of this kind !Mr. Hicks Energy and Vitality by Purifying and

liver and straighten you up better stated. The seed cost him $1.50, Enriching the Blood. When you feel lU The Author's Peat I
showing a profit of $38.50 outside of how Philip Curtlsa author of the noel l,
than calomel and strengthening, invigorating effect sea
and quicker nasty "
the little work required to grow the and hour Between" Two Worlds, remarked GENERAL INSURANCEHAROLD
sick it brings color to the cheeks
without making you yOu< just that though he, like all nrlter! nee**
plants.-Plant City Courier. it Improves the appetite, rill than!
you
I''. go back and get your money. contact with people of all kinds, there C. WALL
: : Don't take calomel! It makes your appreciate its true tonic value. Is Just one class to escape which h* -
sick the next day; it loses you a day's In Ilnst'ball Terms ;rovo a Tasteless chill Tonic is simply would ruara mile. "The greatest pest

f work. Dod'ion's Liver Tone Btn" Ight-/ ",tow would. you like to sign up Iron :and Quinine suspended in syrup. So In a writer's life," Maid Mr. Curtlsa, STARKE FLORIDAFIRE.
for life was the pleusanl even children like it. The blood "Is the who always 'If
and feel great. with me a game man says you
t + ens you right up you I weds QUININE;/ to Purify It and IRON toEnrich
AUTOMOBILE
I that LIFE BONDS
No salts necessary. Give it to the way a baseball fan proposed."I'm Malarial and could only write up a thing ouc ,
it. Destroys germs!
k ? replied the girl.Vhere'll happened.I to my uncle. It would mate.
children because it Is perfectly harmless I I agreeable ;tip gems by I I.* Strengthening InvigorEiTuct. read.' "
th ever
greatest{ story you
diamond ?
and cannot salivate.-Adv-64 \ your tunJ jJc. 1
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LAW TEY Easter lIlies and pink honeysuckles. i frcshments were served by Mcsdimoa "-. .4._ a n,fV >' :
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Those invited wore' Jew>l and !Fr'I 1 J. D. Padgett and H. F. Priestor. ,, I,
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T ,' w .. :\1"" n : Ti,i. :al11 1 Mrs. Boyer: Mary Virginia Darbour, Ruth George! Douglass, of Fort White, olI. i,. ';, I "( I upplica jail .. I 1
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( i .i, Miu-h I I'I'h. m st dis- V i I. 1 i, .. ,1 un. and Mary Ella oodfellow, Jane 'T. I Spelt Thursday with his i.stor; Mist: I <1 : -, .-.-- ,

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H* cxpor- \ n t I'a" I' Moore Jr. L. II Hill, Jr., Abb e and Annie. Doulass.: 1'1 I '. ", I

"H 1 I' ""i''<- the i.!'('::4t '\\fI' of 1871 Vvvi! ; .)? n' :1', "I i t ., "Ir r RumlIarley! Mildred /and! CharloaPinkiis ; I Mss; AilctMi Knight is III nt her S I S S'.ll.. I I. rl.. I : i I"" 'I, "i." i t'i ill, f ''1

1 j" i : il -i' inliv( o1 1 tMily; t )Ll 1 "'I' ''."", .' I home East 11i tier. -- '1'.1". '" j I
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\ iv : : .h' pi ;' Il, t tTrs.:\ Dolly Di tikiti Dirs Trn<" I in :MHU( b oiii if"n )\ 1 1"11"' r '| .,"'1 at jail ._ I I ,

., r : 1" i 1 h ;iMui( s had heel) (UsF : .M II i',( I r I'n': ,'',i I..i'-, Blanc) Doris and! \ nun Burncy, I Mrs. Fefcv R-ven, of High Spr'ni I'%' "I'll', | o i. .to'I n l 'Itil : %. l'u ,rS"'", 1 .i .l. k I.'i .1 i n' ." in(. .,il(1.tit"mvi I,;; .

I !r (!'tIIr.I(( (J w.th: (mi CIII i 1.11:ite I II Mm' Jm o. Mirr left Ins Dill)' nnd! J.ai Ed\: ,yards, Louise, Gild; was ths wot'lv-oml\ guest of Mr. a, dMis. I Inn" t.f i I'H Bint. f 1 I'*''j ,(lq ti..* bard) of I hMi i \V I i mil( i .1. C'.h.v I (o3tfl.'e. I "''Iflla ,
welt I'll'Min'li 'Inslriuti("n t of Ihltl'orl irnpnv' HOP "ht'MMiv I I... > ... ,1 i "II
1 ,i h, in ">,(OO)() )I.OOT: ti $10,0)0,0)0.): (\ ) i \\11,1'i ,' she 'Il; and Richiud Thod'; Ilattio, Ruthlnd/ F. M. Rivers. I _. ,! tnl.ru rti( .dim( to IM hi (Id, in. (ttv. f,..1.f ?I- ('( u> 't".1.. N '(5 I
of four W) 'Is \ w w".1 1 a f.vV "'\\' ",, dI.lrK''Is 0" I IV 1 1..lh. tiny "r \i.nlI lUula( t. .1'13.. -:--.:..._ _-:: :. ( :,' ::1
.\ "I'i i ) wits rlcvaalati dvs: buf-i-e returning\ t<> her home( In Rngti Mao now, Henry and,! John God :Mis !Matilda Crews and son, Martin f I 2*'. frr I I'u' ,piirpotit. t ? of i'c! t 'lan three tiu- .1 I M h ( .." .. . I ,0

(i Din-) (il r'flfl was killed.I'tmjr '"in 'inn"iti Ohio the will win, Wllram Wor n, Ilele-i B'ant-h-'! 'I Loadholtz motored to Guilford on ,tee .nnd smelt<(I U im,no. thi mount, uf m I'IMO inIHI .I .1 I (I'. ,"'rauii t"I dlj with anmra ._ 4 nO( '
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siend u :I ( >\am S. li-hl l a iH a 0'1' 1"' "J
aLnost !in 'the heart of tho few d.ivs! in ard, Howard and Beatrice Miner: Sunday.Ttk'srs.. P r I" .'uri''on*' of h .1?II I'it Mill\,I plvollon? in (. ( ill. (illqjiutIcilllu. ( C 10 ,
Livvtcv on her wv h imo. '1> Mr, No 1, 81n.''','. I tlic!, f,1S,4s't, ui.i ,iAK i- \v .1 I 1. I'' son. doi _lrIT. .. .'. ,
i it! 'he fire menaced( until brought R. M.\ Traoy: and li'tlo do'urhtcr thurenc and Catherine (' AI"I I Tom anil !Math\ O-il.ps, at <.rn HUM. litti I n. >.,' "it \. II .4 loltn*, C, .1 i H I I..y' ..' HUM do .---.. _. .. I I''"; ,
,\t. Kut .'.. T. N. Kin Irk't l 4 W iV j.iuc.1 n SIC ...__. __.._. _.. I ".' J
ii, "PI. mtrol, a (district hot's'n-' : mu! vis'tod! I' 'Ia'! 'ves (In "Incrleinv Friday. Leslie Biggs, of Starke, Pearl rive Mile were business visitors '11 I I1** r (thtpur.xiao nf lictl.i.rt, imid election( Inn Martin Taylor do _.____..__..._.., 1,1.( ),

of < huafo's: greatest ralwiy termi. J. T. Redd'sh '-'- town uturday.= : (In I riot No 4. laui, IIr..1,.I ,"'. Ii.o. fnlUiwinumnnmrtni i Ik u dj __.__ -..._.__. vO
was a visitor to Jack- h.\. Ittin anpoliitoUi( I 8 C. CIMWH, .1.1 Oriln Uo .__ j
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m'ls.! warehouses and office bJildlii'tH. sonv'Jllo Friday. 1 lIEIES.t; Mrs. Floyd visited relatives in Ol.v Mixxty' nnil It, F tttnfmc UarUy juror -.n 'JOO.VI .
I f' ,I flcolion 'In .:,.Iu.!, Uru,'utuM do .. ._ .
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I he fire occurred in the district just I W. E. Torodo was trannaptln bust- Gainesville last weak. llldtiict No.7. Brooklyn, Oi,> following nmna J.1 1""ln. do _._._. .__ ..__ .. 1.0 .
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nf the Ch:cairo! river near the !' trt tin tbrn tw\m nt( d I J P i'a.I.t.ti It, I "I. do ....__'_" __n.'.___, 1.00 S
w- nent in .T Theressi! March 21.-Mr. Misses Alberta nnil Loin Blollin'
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clcsonvitloVedesday.. (iitil l CUtvinettlv, nn.l K C. l 4tbt'ritt'r.? I Uuiniy do __ ____ --_ ._ 1.11.
uni; n depot, one of Chicago's m'>st A. U. Drown, of Jacks\ >nv Ho was of Cyril, was attending to business and brother, Rollio ,of Providence, .Kit. I t'u'" > pur """ of .Id n r auld t 'totlon (In. ......r do .-.-.-.--.- ---..-.-- 1.00 ,,
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!iMriit( lIe Hilt( the fnllowliifc -
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famoul' railway stations. It cciiteaj visitor hero Tuesday.Mrs. I tho wecK-end! wIth frtends.tlrio r. Tu'ul .. f
here spent "
Saturday and S 'inday. >.CI ra tin t< hit*'n a 'po nuJ I llon Onvn. I.nhi I. h -- 3J.3U ''J
the block bounded by Jackson Clinton | : ,IF t or ami A. II Surrrncy, %VVIaow' 1'eiuion rumlChiHhir ,
in !M. I.. Tjindholtr of Ji"' J. P Padgett: was shopping; in and W Ibor Brown of Miller, ,
sonville In
(! I'.i' tlu' inn' S i f" I .'.otlon A. J".I. RII."U, -I HMiittlia 40.OUi
Canal and! Van Buren streets but spent Sunday: : with his Hampton Saturdty.: motored! to Lake Ittttlur Sunday.: ,II,4' "'. t No 10. VnniUrbllt. the r"lIo..ln( ,' I i Ho.il and llrnlke ruiul I I"
family. mnn.. .... HUM b.'i n ",..'olnlrd P M Noiiimn *- I, fl'.1, t of IJ. I.I l I'. UnUi., :Lradluid: t I
avv' pi "' <'1' adjoinin; sq! nre "5 r tlu uttr nitof, hi>litlnrf unlii election In lb. sod. lund
'.: .'I.lines: ; C. McGovern :i fireman was ville, is spending,: a few days at the to our town Wednesday to Lako Uutlor lf"ncllI.nin: '. Hlitilct I No. I II. Gralmm the fnlK?? w,ttit ut i > ,: I E MMiUl.n, ,.. "t,'o..Iu., > ..n.i .__ 41 1 I

kip| (.-I( wh<<'n t u red! h'l it stool KT"d T from I" 'in of her ("01. A. Z. Adkins, of Starke, was n Friends of Master Harold u 'tt-H ha'P twin n 'imintitl' Ja"..'. HiynoldnI \ \v i u ut' n nnu'nim( nIll.\ ( .. j,"I,
parents Mr. and Mrs. M. Priestu"l C Smith) und C. "Koutf j JJ.VJ" Ilii,Mien nuar.1 ul ----- .. 40.119( )
n t",.1111, Mil' elevated railway trestle Padgett.Mr. business visitor to our town !Mon I etc dolightfullj' onttrtjiiiunl! ut I hi P..* tlu" inir DMA. of (h,.l' I J nf ,HitU( I vtcctlun? In'''[ MluhHI, Uruit Storu mvillainv: ja.l I :::._ 1:1(
O Mr-Id( No. 12. New 1Isr., thi ftilluwm' i u .1 I J.I: :|'.rat.it rtujina iirUomre ...... an.Oi
pinn, d him beneath it. Several others home Fridn evening. Many :J II :A I.um. d :
and Mrs. A. J. Lowerv and lit. day.Mrs. guw n t unn xi n tn <. I," "n nip( ,',I Inlid. I d W Anlr i.a o .4 I VV roam- -- --- 4 7
w i- iniured, during the c-)nfld'{rutlon tic .\. J. Jr. of Jacksonville Jno. Phillips has returned to I were enjoyed I und exttt; w're then served "'M. n %Y. hull/ W. M I'nrktr 1 iv .J t'V I IJiipoi." .( ion do _..... ___.._._... B.4 c($
spout tho ii iniiiJurry "I'arsa Jr. .. ....
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I.i' tli(" 'Hi- 4T C h :Mi\ i'ii' nlcctlon ,In I B.-U 1
week's visit I 4
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and, allhouuh a number vera week-end with relatives. home hero after a with crackers: and pickles. After .1.1fj'v :'I!i, I irlct\ No I IR.( Hi Hbn>nn. nt IKilbrnnn( ,nd.m l I J g fc, !,.mm tb--------------- 1I1.J.) _

taken, to hospitals is believed with !Mrs.\ Goths: "f Brookn.Ir !; the ,, HIT I thi I follow. Intf niH'inut b,vr tn.< n a.:. I'I A I.U.M .. I O VV Alvnrca .,'..rhI '
nine to Miss more guests departed .
Clara Mae Shepard, of !;Starke I games "iMilntr-il. N O (1i"'II. Dtvvv lUililiHh' amt I "or"I'l. ---- --- ---------- l,
have been seriously h'irt. sport Sundiv with friends,! Parks of Hampton, was a professional Among those( present were, :Misses\ I T,rnrnunti r .I'" ptirtmiKt of holding( nalil election In.1'1 I I ;'h'nII' i ..---... -. ........ IHB.UI .

From a spectac'ilar standpoint, tha !Mr.\ and :Mrs.\ Henry Bennett of caller here Tuesduv- j Trnnkio Major Cnn ie Pad ',.tt. Wll Ofntrlrt( No.. 1 I. l It,io> < I t''"* folluwinn II,"'I. .. :: I

blaze was one of the pi ist thrilling the JncKsonvillc !Mrs.V.\ M. Phillips and little 80n. lie Mao Johnson Marion Knight, .",.",, hnvt* 4 li) ...n nppolntitl" IIY M 110(11..lll>4lI> "
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spent week-end with It or O"Irrn| anil J. C ( >'.. I ......r.1
city has known. Starting about mid- relatives.Mr. W. M.\ Jr., are visiting\' at the home of ( 'hnrlotte SIVBJIO, Esther Stone, .Jew I,','r ttu ptirtio.ii of hoI.Itnr.. unit'" ,.T'ct Ion I fit I(uuiie( Hayi-n, ti .. (Imirf lu,0___ _.._. 8% nil
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ri"ht the flames spread Mrs. Jno. Phillips. | ell Mary Varnes. Perboth nfni..'......rti"t No. J..%t. I IftwIry, I tha fullowintc mann II I Ivuilla Nalnry aupt _.___.---." 15(1( .lit( I
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and! Phillips '
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rapidly and Mrs. Will Gondfell of "< 1. -" n >no ntt d' J. II %Moon .1 I IU II VVlKBma I iiI ---- .___u.. .-. .U ,
hot skyward to great heights, reddening Cleveland Sullivan was a business Williams !Mary forum and l Margaret\ Row* .and W. II. KdwardAPur llliinchi. lil: .,'arila, tiaoh nit ....._. BO.ml I
Jacksonville, spent the flrqt part of visitor Starke I tin I pitriHmo, of h.Mmc', nIl,I rtt-rtlon 'In A t Jtnluna' ilu I .__.____._........?.. 8800 .
the skies for miles and driving( the week here to Wednesday. | Townsend Masters James Kennedy nl..1. No U7. R'n".n.' the follow nir man- V I'.nl, .1.' ____. ______..._._ ._ ((( ,
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I : VamvH. llcnry loHiphiiu ';:11. .
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Tracy Baker, of Brooklyn, was at. mini ._. ._.._
fear into the hearts of thousands who | Enoch Grilfis was trans.ictmcf( busi- Lawrence Piper, Seeber Hodine, Geo. llwun and. J. L. Wynn. 'I 'II' Inne' u1' __-..._________-_..._ im).00 I
visloned repetion of the tending business here Monday. Johns Clyde Crews Pitt Varni-s. ror th ptiriio ..r huldlnir, 0"1,1,! ttctlon In 5tip' ( .. do n? ......__ nil. i
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great con- in 0.4.rirt No. :tl. Hooter at n".,.. I. I
ness Jacksonville Thursdiv. 1 nchoolliounp. llaiur di I -. _____ ._.._.._ UK
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flncraration of more than fifty ye'1rsa"o. 1I1.\t.!\ Phillips, of Miami, visited I I Ardell Drawdy, of Five Mile, was ''M rolln\\tn.r? maitnxtni, have biwit SItlIOtIlfllC : I I. I kcllit. .IMIHII. arrvira __--I""I 4.20
Russell Warne, commission! merchant | ? l.tukinR.; J. .:. Roil,', and Jan H.mit III. | fc: I -
his mother Mrs. John Thurs- ai-rvlr ______
It is estimated that more than of New Phillips I in town Sunday visiting friends. i r. '\ C'"n"b.1'" d.' board .._ 4 41) S '

100,000 persons thronged the streets York arrived here last day morning, returning to his homo I Harry Long, of Five Mile, m itorvd 32t4'H B WtOGIN! tM. JohiiH. .liual! -------u..,...Ie. _._.____...... 5(9 128)

week and will probably remain here Saturday. SccrttnryflNASCI HriKlfurd Co llnnlt Inli,rent _....._. S4H4/
leading to the fire area, most of themon to town Saturday.The Hub Illritrlrt runda
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,: strawberry season | Johnnie Williamson, of Lulu was Woman's Missionary Union mo' "' VI. I'IT'\TfI"'T f IUINTT TllllOlr'UNI)9 I I IliiMil, nchltiK I ____.._...___. 10000
bridges spannin-j the river. 1 Robert Blanchard went to Jackson. I'n I"n"I do t ___._ _____ .___. Moo
visiting friend! hero Sunday. rim' I do i : ;;;!
For several h'urs the fire defied ville and bought;\ another horse! to push a tthe Baptist church Wednesday afternoon. nt., .. .. .NlttM-rlnlrnili. "".... ,ai, utatt-irmnt :i It I.nn cht, .1 Si 1(14
of Brooklyn at- ,. :i-EEE 2000
Eugene Heiberger ml t fi.mlK .
I / Miss Marshall Proctor, pre < I I. r the vinti 'IFibruary. I 14 n.1.( M. 6.rnlt'r 'I' ::: fl
control and more than hilf of all Chi. his farm work alon?. tended the Christian Endeavor here 1923. i:" I 'j u.nu 4
siding. i-nt-rnl "'hiiiil. u'W;: : :
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capo's! fire fighting forces and equipment Miss Ellen Alford returned to her Sunday night.A Fib I. 1122 ..____. .._____ IHI PI' I, 'trr '1,, (4
of Ft. White
was called out to aid the fizht.: home in Sanderson Siturdiy after business Miss Beatrice Douglass "ci-liitM ilurlnir, miinlh,,' ....,,..__... t"l21! : SIrIur, do S :::::::::::::::::::: !- J"S,)3
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Sullivan was attending is the /guest of her sister, Miss Annie Warrantloiird, ,.'" ._________nmilJlllalnnce 1..0 In .1 __ .___.___..__: 4
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At 2 o'clock it was feared by fire spending a few days here as the guest in Starke Saturday.W. March I. 11122 -__._n__.____ 80S.BUi Whl( .1', 3 -- (1 10,
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might Douglass this week. i V i ifalanrr I' C,: 'I I I,'nitr :_:::::::::::::
authorities that the flames 1'
leap of Mrs. Louis Marr. : A. Jones was. shopping in Hampton Miss Mao Duke spent Saturday and Itin (loin ....,In.b.. in,I., 1W2\ ____.____._..___. $ .7S .4('ly( 1.lult l'l.nl I (8 ._.u_.. _. *(SS?(
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across intervening perhaps I Mrs. John Teston and son, of Jtck- Saturday. Sunda/ with her parents Mr. and! "'...ant. ,i" "..rlllnlancc A I Sehllk'"I( ;'"in I I.I M 3' :i-::::::::.::::::::: 555(

the river, menacing thereby the so- sonville, spent Sunday with relativesin Master Woodrow Woodard of Mrs. Ben Duke of Five Mile! March I. 1022 ____.__,..._.___. 11.13 {'"; ail I I;," .,i. ,'. "whin* H n.o_:.:.. eo 00
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called "loop" d strict, which Is the Lawtey.J. Hampton, was visiting at the home Pnlnnm' "IVh I. I.J2 ____.._._....__. 115 1HHiciipta .1, W Mhli.(; A Mo,, |Iici.---------------- -| | ,-,- '----- : U

heart of Chicago. At 4 o'clock, how R. I durlnur month __..____.____. U.Mil Ili-rlii_", 'I IhoimiH(_ ,. .,.,.,.hln.| in. _. "t,.
Edilms of
Gainesville, \VII'Itrlll1s8ctinA' of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Jones satur- "' ,,, ..",,,. 'lI. .1 ___. ...__...__._ : :.- :'-- "-.

ever after a game and stubborn fight, business here Wednesdiy. flulanrn March 1, 1022 .. _._____._... 1IHSIHalance NOIKFOr-: 'PI irATION '
day.II. Stat ef CD".. -.... but Ulihrtei ;,: Hr 4 011'',
the of the - -- - DMlfcH :
spread conflagration had E. M. Thomas, of Starke, was a business E. Moorer and son, Arthur, were % ei nlrK.'" norm to hive been CMititnmiiry Prb 1. 11122( ____n____...___ i" -1 I IRirdpt I <-r.Nfc.ICAL"'hrlllON 57( OK 'i'UK
been checked and the blaze brought .,hl' na month ___........... Ifl IKVVnrriinti. bTAIUTrSllcrihr :
visitor here several days of last ( visitors to the county seat Saturday. nu'uii I I In medieval I"I ti..'. foi I IKKIII d I .____..___....... fll.(m( n." let. I la j ulvin Hint K. A. Week. .

under control. Sparks were still weelc. 1 George Neal was attending to business I HlHte tllll.llll4| less (''llllllllll feilHtlroiirl.ttiiK llalance MarCh I.. 11122 ....,............ 8.Oil( .purclmw'... "r uf ''< .,1. c"rtilli 4 ...: ..mh.i
l NIUnlanru |"fl'.ly( | m, |2)' IM an.I, ,Ips.u'I,, ,.
Hlnotinjr from smoking/ debris! at seven James Godwin was a visitor to in Starke Saturday. ) only I \\ n. ntnl) no |irlvutvlliinor Pi'h. 1. 1122 ____u__________ 10" tho tat c-iiluclor for nrailford, count' *, Hurliln(, ",

o'clock this morning, however, and Jacksonville Friday. I ; IIIOIL tl'iin( 0110. Hut( ouch .couriwmlKlit rt, 't '''IB ilnrinir, month ___........... 1.2rt aahl mrlinratia lii-lni( ilm.,1( the ,.th diiy. of r
Wesley Hersey! of Johnstown wasa Warrants. liu.ui.d __________.......___. fll,7n Jily"' A. 1111'( "hn. nl.. aalil, d.rllll.at.a
. it TTohnb'y' will be hours before the Frank Williams of Jacksonville! week-end visitor at the home of his ( l'UIIII'I'h.(1'1111I( | flulit to u <)luzeoJlttfrent llnlancv Marsh I I. 1IIJ.1( ________........ 75.78 .ply oiriw( ..., |In, inn I It.<11.II"nl.( .. for. I In'

last I' ili 1 ..li.. <. 'I 1 hus ut I tinedilln. ,I It', ,' t. I lIp ..... '
vestige of the fire has been ex- Saturday with relatives! here. : I'' .""

spent uncle, R. M. Herscy. "I'nncn Fib" I. 1023 ....p........... (14 10Pirilpla anld' ci-rllllpntia((( naimillttly, rmliruru, .
tin "nished.Th hiimiuet ut ll I nr> V (liro. wr only iliirinu, ( munlh ..-......__.... il HHVVnrrunl InmlH, 4 (the fillInwlnu
Lem In II
and moved! to viSitor n .. .
Sapp family "'
ourtown Prof. Duval of Hamnton was a luridn. .
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Ihl'eelr''K., yeter !84) illflcnrr ? 51 11( ird. nl llu, ..r ,,,, ,. ., ... .
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bipfcst; building destroyed was last week from Williston! and to our town !Saturday.! INliHU: mo iin'iilloni'il' In tho recuntrrri'U'ei Knlnnpo March I. KIM -____._....___-- 17.87 llnfnl.ii, In 'Ihi oAI.1.'n'. ,. ,MimlKy.( | .

th- 10 story (Chca'n n.'rlin..'fon nnd are located in the Walls cotta"p. :Mr. There will be pronchiivr at the Han-! 'live( ol dully mi-i wlwi-n.! -!*.. |M I, |I.li I I'"" i __-s_"_.n iOalnnii ___.... lid 11Riciliita I'urilni'Mily(5'(rllluil., .ml 1 No trI 117 h I. to-w I 1"ln.f.

Th's' during. month ___........... "Inn-H NnrlHwcat".
Oii'ncv. in Sovit'i Clinton street 40ftHnlnncB
will freneml store Everyone of
Sapn noon a and Sunday. "
up list rhimh Saturday. oo Uh..I lf '%'lll'Thlt" .. I Q"n.l. N.rlhw.t Qunrt.r. (Mid 1 Tli. e

nnn of of the mst m vlern biild'HT: in the old store buildm? which was welcome. Only One Que.., March"I I. 11122, _._.__.___.._____ 191.49 f f""I.I .Ml I .I'':,,., HI No) n TOK I Ul. .ml n..iKiud. nuV'H. J ,:V.| Knwii.nf| nl|

in the <'It", wai ontr-lv' disproved.T'I 1 : formerly occupied! by his brother L. A New York JixltfiHiiy* thnt, WhAD "n'nniv nit I I." |i22 ._..... ......... n 3nn &' \' ( gunrttr, of H.iuihinut' qiarlvr Sito.
,, ." i li.p la, dttrlnic month. _...... K. 1i| I H, It. 22 K. .'(I( n. n s. aaaiaatd 8i'li' '
t?n ntorv A"!!tin b'Jild'nT, th1: ten L. Sapp. LAKE IliriLKR I. al\t.. taki e.s ,mmu-y from her nunbnml -n 114 J.npiim,
I ,, VVar'Ntiln Imtivd ___.._____._.__...... 2 no
sty Atlantic bn'!Id'!'ncr and! a mm'xsr Miss Annie \Vir! in'!, of Jacksonville 'M |ii,u'Lot Ii* I Is riitllli'il. tn' II On lla'ame March 1 I. 1029 _____._._______ SK.SI, r.rtlllrntiNo, ( 1 Ufl imbrnrra Fast Half. tif
Norfi ..
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( flnul'unut Jinirt., Slo
of im'il'cr! str"etiros, in the path of and Sunday with March 21. Several per cent' d i Irimlini, 'k. Of( rutirxt' lie 1 la I IS. I I II I, Tn I d Q."rlr. r
spent Saturday lake Fiutler, ( a.ci..q ",,'.'TO P.h I I. ITO2 '_'__'___"..... II' ," ., I. Id. 20 mnw, luiraiicil Un.

th > fames are a t >til !loss. relatives here. have registered at Luke Cut1er but vvlint .lines I Unit/ provo T''i's. hi.g.t Itwrlpta.. iliirinn month _______..___.. 411llnlnnco In""h. t 14
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lit < ''MI. ", ,.'1' ". 4 ( No I 101 vmlirariv I Icir at B "
Annroxima'C'II,1"! of th> sun"ratrctvre James Browniivr, of Jacksonvilla: this we"". I ... "i .. > 111( i M t i t ll'll"t. ,. (g.'itt' I""n' Mnrch I, 1022 _---............ I tl8.*.8 Cut of Soul' (is,', sI Jim'tir of N'lh..a' Cltiar.icr .
I (
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run ILl I :1.1 N ion ft W B.1 I .
of the 'thropolitan I I"- snent. Siimliv nt the home of h's par- Mrs. Mann a/id son. Math, of nuil- -. -_. "'"''nnr. P..b I I. I1'.* .__. ...____n___ I I'ln:' IM ft. I MHO. ft.. ,. b.I(In .1. M John S-f
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vate-1 lilvvuv, servinir tho chnselyp'tn.tl..te' ents near Lawtey. ford were guests: of Mrs. D. 1'-. Floyd! -- Ririlpla. clurlnu mon I h ............... 4 on Sro .14 In (8 H.. H E.. II ".", ammuDd
One "BROMO ,
Only QUININE" "vrtt rilll'K T. F Ifrm:ni'wuy

ds'rit's. of the vet side, Hp-iry Burney was a visitor to Tuesday.r. I I PilI.".. Noah 1. III2.S' .___________.__. Hull' I I let'in mil, I irrlinrntri nhnll .. I
ro R 'MIiv( 4-nitt C, citi! tor t'TI nAme, fAXA1IVI .
i
was !burned d'ivvn. As a roiult offi- Jacksonville first of the week. "Bsell( Hewitt spent the weekendwith I I IIKOMO. ;UINI.M'. .I I' ,oc.ktuthllllilllureu t ., t ., ",,'.nrr Pi I b l. I 1022) IX..._._._II___._____ M tl ..0.111 I" Ilh I In day I.'v nfrH tn t I V\> I). \\Vlt "ivun

('a'A of tha elevated railway com-iany Fortune Mounn of Jacksonville, his! parents at \VorthI n'rtn. I I H VI 'I IKIV 1 -* i < rt' I in t I."y.. $io.clvek.q Uc'Iip* ilur,\ nit month .............. 80 \I.,.. mv olflttla, ) aluniilurv. ,. .,..j aral tit .

Wa-rnnta h-minl, -.-------....... 41 III Ilh .v of March. A. I n HUJfj ( .
were faced with a serious prob'emhis snrnt. Sunday with Mr. and MM M. pr. J. E. Maines and Jeff Hall spent I'nlnnco. March I. inii.( _.__-.______.... JU.OJ VV kh.o5'tI'tN

morning in Unn nn'\, thousandsf Pad"'ett. Frid iv in Jacksonville. I I ), PFPOUTBUrki ...1.... Mnrrh .I. 1922. Valnnre Fib 1. I IW2 --"...._, _........ 17 'III ( ) Clerk" ."' (.:.h'o.1 Court.Rial '",'v Fla.

> ratrona to their vvnrk. Thonsardi John of Mill !McLeod\ of Lawtey, is the Hrpcrl Cf I I hi I ,I. n .1 I On I 11-. ..it I nil" MffTlnlH' Uitrlnir, month ___........... H Itt Ily C. A. KNKIIir' .
Highland !
Starling was a .
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'In r 11 I'r/rl' Ptitmlv rIrla."
l lvis I n .1 m i nn mr Warrant* Imuuil, .._.___. __.. 10"( 0-IO-B147. ,
ve"e late and it probably will bo scv- 'tjr here Sund.iy.ReTular jniest of Mr. and Mrs. McLeod thIs count 01 t..n .......d for the jriiir l?'i. Ill aiua Minoh, 1 I. 1U2J ..........n.... ..111I ___ Iliimly( rli'rli

rnl days before traffic conditions ore services were held at Grace week. I I E. W.'!1'II.<'\VP'4.r
estored to normal. Methodist church Sunday morning and Brady! Brown of Miller, motored to : nr.ilf,,t"t C(,',nTrniintr- ,.'a'IIIR. durlnir monlh .............. l BO la bircby. trUvn 'thnt. ,jnI.'r and. I.,
I r.. .. '* i n iDnlllnev yIn,.,.' of 'Ihnl, .. .,.In final ificrve fif (0.
Tha burning of the elevated strtic- Butler Saturday. .. aft March ... plnlilrc ,,, 'li' a,nl end. ...,1 on K 'liruary 2', A
e-oning by th pastor Rev. C. J. Ham- Lnke F.h. 1. to ant .1' lI.ft'l I I, IVii ............. 9.31 '
c.It.ctrd.------------------- 110 HI I). I In.'.', ly" Hoiiiirnhli-. V. I.i nu. tudie, ufthr
tire ald'd ti the d ,"' er. as high; vol- met. '. Mr and Mrs. Preston Williams, of Kr amt "I'ance Pb I 1. I HI22( .....__......... Hit 1.. r,rculi run,"I In and, for llralford a'inl..

a"e e'ectric wires ard heavily charnrd Miss Nelle Roberts was a visitor to New River, motored to Lake Butler ,[! March I. (0 bal due --.- 0301.8.1. Itniflpia iliirinu munlh .............. 1.3(1( "I.rld. .'In I hat cvrln' n C,u". wherein. H I.. .
A..I.ul.unl l Fund N nr anlllalenco .I Wllron I In, ""1'1 ,Inl".". all. M II I. n Ill'lonKali "' .

> "third rails" fell to the ground en- Jacksonville first of the week. Saturday. I 1eb. I. t.. 1..1. l due 4HH75B March I. 1022 ............... nil( .87 1 I..me and Clnrinre Idamir. and Mary
K (; di.fi-ndnnli.. I the "nl.ri.lirn.il, ( 1 wit'
lan and! others. That of Lake But yamt collt.tid -. 5.S3Miirch 0" a
firemen -
Sarah Douglass
erinp
; P. L. Dinkins, of Jacksonville, spent Mrs. I rtalance F. b I. *II22( ................ 7" V i I If, r for ali. an.I will mil for rah I. t>i ihllfhmt .

ha toll! of dead and injured was not the week-end with his family in Law- ler, and Mr. Mac Driggers, of Ma-- I. to lilt'" ritin .-_.. 471.2:I It. roilts durlnic. munth .............. Sill and h"., bldilvr, In front of thu I court
( runty flond sod llridg Warrant* i .1,.1llalanov hi.umi dni,r (if) 1,InrUe' Ir.I'.1 .. Holiln .
ar
, iiilous and the rapid spread of the Mrs. Wood of San- Saturday. Mrs. Driggcrs returned to .mt enllMtod 110.10 lllMnrt, "0. U"nl. ll('>22. dur nit the ,..1 h.,1 of Malci( for the
and
Mr.
Emory .... Fib ____ .
I I I. In/2 .. ...... f r"i"'C, uf i alliifvlnti laid' Hniil I d. .ni.. I Ihefollowinir
,flames and the toppling of walls! con- derson, were visitors here Friday. her work in the postomce. March I. to bal HUB n.-.-__ 0301.30 ...h.( iturlnir month, ........... 6 M "'1'11 eatat In llrailfurd! county, ,

.tituted a serious and constant dan- I Rev. E D. Boyer filled his apoint- Mrs. C. A. Savage is on the sick list Frb. I. to 10..1 1 iln.Count.. n_?__Bchonl_ _'____hh11.P"1I 71 Ualance Warranm March i t.. 1Vti., __n_ _____._...... 2H.87 I. ,i'Hie il,In 1"'u.wl'1"I (luarler of tlie, rHiuthwnilQiiorlcr

ment at the church Sunday this week. I II I Ur amt eollucted -- 221.11 If .Ihe Inn, ''' ""t CI".. .r of HiNtlun(
per. Baptist
RsISn,'. Fnb I. loti n_____--....... KO "" ((141 I. Townnhln Sin $18'l Snutli.
morning and evening.John I The many friends are Mrs. J. M. I March 1. to bal this .--_-_ ....lunUR62nunlr ( "ivi-liila( iliirinu munth ............_ I. !!l I'll..y.r".r. i ", y.w.. itAt .1. containing, ( lenlO.acr.
I < Uarranla Imunl .._. ..___..____ HO 0"lul..u I I .
WOODLAWN able Pnll. -- ( ... ,,,..,. o. I.
! Mann visited relatives in Mann are pleased! to see her to Fob. I. to ...1 rtu. 81000Ky MarCh I, 11122 __. .........._ 1 HI I n p KNu7II'r.

Starke be out after a three weeks Ill- amt collected -. I'.00 Special M.. In Chancery,
Sunday. again
llulanee. frb 1. 1022 ..___........... .
K
ij: I r.UKVMAN.
Woodlawn March 21.-1\19'1 Beat-1 '. 3111
| R. M. Tracey was transacting business ness.I March I. tn bal! duo 111.00' for Complainant. 8-1: .Bl-iMII
'I.Ik.tur I
Warranta ___.....__........ : __
>ica returned to her home in who has Tntal Sub hch..ol 1..0 8000
, Phillips I Ii Barnes of Virginia
in Starke Tuesday. Mrs. Fb 1. to fral? ilu. .-_- 5,510 HOIly Ualanc M..h IU.M _--__ _--__.... 8 III
Wiaml Wednesday, after spending tha Joe Rigdon and family moved to been visiting his son, J. J. Jones, of amt eullreUd ....---..- 81.8t I l OUDKIl Volt PUIII.ICATION
i .54.0' ,,. Feb I. *I02J ..--...__--..... 270 'I In Circuit, Court. Rial' of Florida. Elirh'h
past few moniths with her grandporints -. Lawtey last week from Wateroak and Micanopy, for several month, is theI March I. to bal due 6514.IDrttih llece pta ilurlnir month.. ___ ......... .10 (ml, i-lnl( Irru t, llradford County' In Chan.
I Warranta luuvil ..__._____._._.i..... '10. .0
Rev. and Mrs. D. L. Phillips. Sehiiol Hund .
!I of her J. J. Jones and fam. rep?
located in the Hess cottage.Mrs. guest son, .
; I Marah
are
I. _
I Fib I. to bal dn'... __.-.__. B.R" "" 1..I.n. 192--------------- 240.11| W. K:. Knlicht.
q Mrs. Arthur Crews, of Raiford spent |i Charles Strickland and daughter ily. Uy amt collected ......-.- 8*.ISMareh 8t.," Hand N.,. I Complainant.' I Iva
: llHlanc* ".b. 1. 1U<4 .___. __.__._ 7.HI I .
Mr. \
' und1Y here with her parents j visited relatives in Starke Sunday i iI I Rev. G. W. S. Ware of Worthingtonfilled 1. to bal due -. 2H$7.B7 WarranK OinrrnJ M. Iknnett ., al, I

and Mrs. D. B. Browning. I I J. T. Reddish was a visitor over to his appointment with the Baptist U. W. ALDERMAN.'. Mare)" I.i illalnnrn 1922 _.__ _. Defendant 1
C).rh Circuit ( .ut n 4I.
|tt'$ Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crawford, of Starke Tuesday. : church Sunday morning and eve {Oral. B. C. A. KNIGHTboputy Hulame Hlarka tilt In... and Hlnaint Kand No.. 1.4 '?It (n.d appiarlnu, I (In (4... nhove by ..",1..1 came inenfled that to W.IheI'll J
1.llt\\ ___.._.._( im 62
Jacksonville week I Cl.rk ------
are spending the I I Max Wimberly and George Wilker- ning. Keteipla, ilurinir( month __n__.-__ 27 "10 /nhnller( the defendant thrreln( na-ned la amm
-- ... ( of 'the mat nf Florida and he
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'here guests of their daughter Mrs. ,[ son, of Highland, were visitors here 1'I '.Trs. Susie Townsend is ill at her FINANCIAL BTATFMENIr' Of COUNTTMnntMv 1.1.1'1"...March." Int.1,anil 1022. Hinklnif---n..n Fund. No.___ftlild 1H .U4 I la ..1..1- of City of 1 I' Italmruh In in( ,.

T. C. Williams. Saturday. home in Main street. An,r,..H rush's ... '. ..IfnritCounty I llalance *<"b. I. IU22 ..---...-____.-.21 I2 2 (HI dial' of .Pennsylvania and ,la over lhe a/* ItHcelpla durIng mi'>nti ..._...._..,__ twrnty-one years It ,la thirefor* 0.1..f. thatraid
*" James Browning, of Jacksonville, Emory Harris, of Green Cove, was I|| Mrs. Iva Sprinkle and son, Henry, for th. month. of, Feb....,,,. 1922.tiivrM 0 3 1 mi"reiild-nt' defrndant, he an,,1 H hi"...,.

pent Sunday here guests of his par. I I a visitor here Saturday. ;'accompanied' by Miss Sheally, of Flo. '. Fib 1. 1022 ...tMimHalan ._.n___._ __1741 P4P..ln' I i Ualance March 1, |D22.._.*..." h.3131.1 ruiu'red( ''n flilil'to' an.",tar.. nn tn or the 1.h'll''''.o'Monday itoniilamtflti ,,'a.
I.
nts. Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Browning. W. E. Torode was transacting.busi rahome, spent the week-end with Mrs. .,ilurlnr.li.au.-d. month--,-.-_-_- l 54504 IttfiaWarrant I i IIHADrO.M> :I l lI ) CUfU.? trd,0,iI.''."f nf. ". .bill. will. take*" ">"ci.nfiMrd ..'I...
on
"$ Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Carter and ness in Starke Tuesday. I Susie Townsend. H.lanc.( March.. unit I. 1922.,.,1..' und 111: !.OS'rin '' honky corlirn that lli. rurri.I l-\ i> by ea'd' l.10.1. ii .

daughter, Miss Louie Belle, spent Russell Warne and Henry Bennett I I.um Hewitt spent Monday evening: Balanc Tcb I. l Inn imrv.r .../2.2 11i meAt of Ihe receipt and dl.hu.m.n.( nl f"rlher ordered that tH'a' ord'r .herlihll'v4 S
the .
achuol' funila (
I of d a rr' "C niii on' """' e
Sunday in Starke. >... 0,5 tlurinir month ..-... 14)5 ((40 munth of 1..0u C. .,. 1'' 'r, '..
I .n-h
were visitors to Starke Sunday. ata New River. Warrant inaurd 11218Ualance rt binary, I. t,,,. .1'1,1 I correct In te n-a.Ki'rl I"n'" a
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips and I ( March -1022 ..- 10 tilt bret uf my hnuwikij v a nl.. ...1.( newtinaner piib'li.hf'f, In eald rountv an,I ...,.
$ I Mrs. L. A. Marr entertained at her Moss Hewitt of Worthington, wasa I.R.,, 4 Fund- .UlfiPft i M I M II ...',I ,. ...' ., ".,h I.
> I 1922O
dai'fh'er, Elizabeth, of Miami are home Friday evening in honor of her business visitor to town Tuesday af. rial.nc. Frb 1. 1922 -... 740Serreipta County Superlnten I li n'Illl W f.nle,94tN.

Mr. and Mrs. I ,\ durlnir month ..__.... 214811: ', ,1I..1 I CI..'. r'e "oft.
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rues's of their parents, ,
I IM PAll '
of ternoon.
guest, Miss Ellen Alford Sander- Warrant ri Ht I" \ M < '>M lmllK'l'' ny c A. KMf; TT .

D. L. Phillips. I I son. A large number of young people I Steve Cason, of New River, was attending llalancaMarch I. 1922 -. HOT.OSilul Martha Oeneial. lund f "i/vijitT( (>-" Uy "Wftr.l'rllor "."
Rmva' ._ I..5.
'" '' ., .. .*fig iinifRalanea pai"' r -.. y 80 f.r Comnlalnant
llon't forget Sunday school every attended and a pleasant evening was to business here Saturday. Fb I. 1922 -.. 87 1111'vntll L. U llavan d. ,
vtartha W >.lmn' .., ..t.i I 4. ,
Sunday. Come. I II I' enjoyed by all. Quite a number of I Mr. McCall of Guilford, motored to :i.-.n..I: 'flurtti' ,, rnitntll 4 -.-.- i I|i .uI..I ",v'i 'I I,. 'U' p, h a.IiMM'i4Il"aF.V's.. PS I" rn ''.lt' UhP4If ". ,'w' ,n.l'w..1.m.'r.

the guests were from out of town. Lake Butler Saturday.Rev. llalanr March .. 1922 ITU.31l .1. IH> i *., i ,rP>, o **.. f-. *-...r ft ttiit i*.r ,
I, l.rn.,..ri. tvntt f"( Isi ', ..' 'la'n trf + of 'at** ma'F .. fc. ."*"
Mrs. W. E. Torode entertained in S. S. Proctor spent Sunday at Hulanr. F'b 1. IfZJ .._-1- 121 1)4Itvcvlpta "5os. R C"" .,,., ( ... I. .,.'...., pOfl 1,0 flpq.4hp4 ""',n'.

".duolng th. HOUMh.d", honor of her little daughter Mary Brooker. during month ............_ <, *M 'i ii. '"iinHut i ..,. "" .. 'k5', .." tt'rP.-..,.. 1'n
.*.nr.it..,. .".... _.... .......... I I r, |1'vr4 iii.' 1,1M a' P S' "** "*>*. n.i'C* n lI"3| none
Horn little folk were playlftlkwi'lna Lucile's fourth birthday Tuesday af A. E. Proctor spent Tuesday at nalanro' Mareh I. 1922 12400 ,.l.n uu .. i nVartunl .-? .*: .._ I'.1 e., : .rrri .I.:
houm" Robert was papa 4 <.,. i ...< : Mail-. i ..i ??, ,.I '' m- r -.M" .?' ... f.
ternoon. As the little folks arrived Sapp. ""''II'? .. ,, .,
'I "
"al.niFrli I. 1022 ___ (1I.42fto : .P" r
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in .. Aft 13'Il dldlculty Ir .
< i r u'
n' 'I H tfl(115. thev met by the little h"te.s. At Misses R'-by Proctor and Norma Di,- elptii d"monlh\ .. Vi. Van rv. .-. |-. .t b'tf' ,'Irr '.,.. B(*H !1M f-**'
were .. .
Hob tI 'I. ** .
04'9 |I"r 9 nil I. I l'niti[ m vi i .' *f* f| Iff (*..' *|*l lf" | Iffl
late hour they were invited Into the kle spent the week-end with relativesat "i. ." t- '" ''m.iit opill -,. '.
f 'li I !
: f.".lIy- j dining room here lieo-'S) ref'eshments : Five M'le. .**ltural Fond .. "ro .t .'. ".n..-IOU I tIC', fl'o" ..., ". p.P sc'.P..fl..
( "" .
t- P.lani- F. h I. I I" .
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.., K served consisting! of cake I Oren Dekle of Five Mile. vIs'tH' ) K luHi month .... ... "st 'wI ..I."u1 1 0 01 ,
were ..<... lDta, ( 82 '.1..,. T'a I i 1 .... .... .. .. p n' 44e.yC'
reTat'ves cream, poncorn balls and homemidicandy. 11.1.( ".. March I. 1022 ...__ BOB ... -c "'h*' .. 'G1 ,1 'l't" 1"VP'
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Ii ).'- ,or: t-- or_ i n ft't "
Th Womnn's Club "t Monday pfternoon March 1 laiS.Itrntl'orft .
. I The dinin7 room was deornt- m Mm TtttlH, Rroalrv d* "
, ..it. ..n ..,.,.. 0' ,T1re4 mad A. f <'.*unry. la S "w.0' "I l ISV\N
ed in pink and white and! the taMa! !! hadIs at club rooms M-s. ".... ,,r Florid( ", 0
,- ..io to* !1\J"_ ,. "' -.I. '[' sri 1 d- .. 801 V'" ..
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'I. lace centerpiece with bouquets of Strickland, presiding. Delicious re- I .......10. crrtlf( thai IB. for, .,,..1..,, .tm. m r.. 1 1. '-l.5t 5.54 m..I"n..


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"NEW WAYS FOR OLD"




I This store extends a spe:ial invitation tails farmer friends to see the showing of they picture ::

; : "NewVays For Old"at the Gaiety Theatre Saturday night March 25th. -

i i of the mechanical -
interesting picture
'' The International Harvester Company has produced an
l : what wonderful strides has been
farms showing
facilities that are available for use on our v '

V I made in the sections(: where their tractors and improved -

-2. : used in _
j '. ) farming implements are being
J r. ) ;7 rl.t"-i--: : :
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i making and I harve ting crops.

", ..;" "-: :::; fzI!: t1. This made to show the wonderful extent to which farm machinery has superseded manual labor on }
picture
was
': : fJ, : ; : on the farm can be utilized
Jj. 1J farms something little realized by our farmers in this section. cHow power )

t..t\ 1; ,'. 'J-r :' : :" r' ,. our very and farm f products to market, as shown, ""The pictureThere '
; : taking
.;. I'j; 'i b. ,\r'I". small such churning, wood cutting !
'.of", I'r ...JI j) n ways, as pit-\
are
: .I. t many used other states.
; methods
) in
:'' ;t.J ; :: of the I features showing agricultural
-: 4.1 ,; because
I i : ; IS particularly interesting
:::......J].;i-:;;;' =:-''':':' .: ._. : iIJ1"J.' ; : lures of the hemp fields of Kentucky, the wheat f fields of the Northwest and the corn fields in the great corn beltSTARKE

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I ""-",. -" --'f: : : : !-T Agent for Interr" .

II ""* >;; ?*, ?.&> \. -* national Harvester DE WITT% C JONES F'LORIDA' .
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q -, :;; ." '',- Co. Farm Tractors
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i I rrICF' Wlillill.llliIlIWlj' WJ..Arnmr.;
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ak'P'\mmmMf'Hntj-.,, ...--..- (KjfSmraDWMjm) ( >m< MWJKIS _. .. -- -- -- --_.- -
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I -- -- -- -- -- --- Rosa Johnson, of Wateroak, passed
I I it will be cool, returned home after a few weeks visit : tn Hampton Saturday. I II Friday.Mr. enroute to New P
; wnereby Saturday
I R. E. ti. Wood, of I.wisburg, W. new principle, and :Mrs. :Mallory Thomas and through here
Ij -
I Va., l Is visiting his sister, Mrs.o'. F. dry and lasting. at Louise with friends and rela I LONG BRIDGE l [ children: of Starke, spent Saturdayand River.M. .
:' Ii' This bungalow has been under talv !j.Miss. Sunday here, guests of relatives :\ C. Raulerson, of Vanderbilt, was
: Stump. time and of Viola Starling and brother, Ellis March :21.-George .
-I. ,, building but a short part i Long Bridge and friends. ; in our section Saturday.J.
I the time the work had to be stoppedfor of Graham, spent Sunday here Risers spent Saturday and Sunday at E. Crews was in New River last
STOCK I : :.atord, passed
nUYUSTItA'T Horace Tjson o :
j i: KNIGHT non-arrival of material. This with relatives. LaCrosse, guest of his sister, Mrs enroute toNew week.
I clerk, means that Mr. Boree is a hustler Mrs. John Phillips, of Theressa was: David Shaw. through here Saturday Mr. and :Mrs J. J. Thomas, of New
1 C. A. Knight, deputy county from Hustlerville. j a visitor here Sunday. I Dr. Mann and Raiford Rosenberg,, River. River were in this section Monday:
shares and mother, Mrs.
.' M.o" Crown's I Leaston Crews
has purchased Abstract Mrs. Ida Ilagan, of Theressa and of Lake Butler, passed through our
of stock in the Bradford County of the- 600,000 UNION MINERS TO QUIT Bill Phillips of Miami, made a call. burg Thursday enroute to New River.W. -

f Company. The offices WORK APRIL 1 here last week. I :M. Hodges, of New River, pass- im7n! ,
have been moved to the county to sOCNIN.L'tr': 'JtKAOCt'SOP3C.sJt,2: :! >J ] G51bt: !
company courthouse and G. W. Alderman, i I Joe Williams is visiting his sister, I >d through here Thursday enroute'

ti clerk, will hereafter be the New York, March 18.-Six hundred Mrs. T. C. Thomas, of Palatka, for a : Lake Butler.
I' county in the anthra- weeks. I I S. C Crews was a caller to John- I.
I Abstracts to land titles thousand union miners few' i Jewelry---
I' manager. be secured at the county cite and bituminous coal fields will Link Williams was a visitor to town Sunday.Lee .
may hereafter Lake Butler, was in
Green, of I ,
unfor-
'I clerk's office. quit work April 1, unless some Hawthorne Tuesday.
seen solution of the present wage con- Miss Ellen Geiger,of Starke, is visiting our burg Sunday.
OFFERED: 1O I'RETTIES GlSI.I troversy is offered in ths .meantime, Mrs. B. Jones George Rivers was attending to \Vathes a'.l'! sizes in Elgin, Waltham-WristWatches r4
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John L. Lewis, president of the international Mrs. Ida Jones, of South Florida, is business in Lake Butler Wednesday.Miss in Ome a, Waltham, Elgin, and Hamilton
MineWorkers Mrs. Bob Jones, I :\ Willie Mae:\ Stone and brother, "
"Wy Wtoll for Photograph organization' Of United visiting her mother,
'r Tamp Times of Baker county, were guests of their i Some Eight day and Nickel Clocks as low
I of Florida' Most:\ Beautiful announced today. for a few days I
Young LadyThe Plans for the evacuation of the :Mrs.\ Jessie Jones and :Mr. Ross of! I uncle, Joe Dowling, Thursday evening ,,as $1.50.Vatches 1.50\ up. Community and r

mines already are under way, Mr. Windcmerc, are upending a few dayssere Silver. Ladies and ring?, 1 f.
:\ with Mrs. W. J. Robertson.W. I .viplia, Iva and :Minnie Ilndics, of 1 1842 Rogers gents
'. t Tampa Daily Time i is offering Lewis said. In the event of a walk- at the Chains 1 0 and Ii 1 I''
of the of engineers, W. Edmondson made a business New River attended the party solid gold. Lavallieres, Neck
r for tfio photograph out, crews pumpmen
4 I most$ >00( in beautiful gold girl in Florida, in order firemen, watchmen and helpers will trip to Starke Monday. \home of Joe Dowling Thursday evening karat hand made. Some s:"-.!"! :gents watches,

I that this state is in no remain at their posts to prevent the '' Wallace Thigpen, of Graham, is St :;
to prove here. Mrs. J. L. Johns way attending( to suitable for graduation. ionery. ,
\ the moving his family '
in -
behind the rest of the country mines flooding and maintain properties l
1 way :Mesdames W. J. Robertson Jesse: business in Lake Butler Saturday. ': ;i'ocktt books and
a" ; .
1 loveliness. he said. k Fine Linen, cheaper grade p'CL.' ;
1' feminine :Mr.\ and!
visiting
I i Ifi mines will cease, Mr. Jones and Mr. Ross made a business Mrs. B J. Sapp was and bulbs alwaysin
the batteries
Photographs of anv girl over Work in Mrs.: U. 1) Johns, of Pino Hill, last novelties. A lot of Hash lig1' ts,
years (unmarried) are invited fro' Lewis asserted, because of the operators' trip to Starke Tuesday.L. stock. Saftey Razors, C.' n and Eveready at one third I
I L. Johns, of New River, is visiting week.
with: the miners
These pictures meet
}F all sections of the state. refusal to \: Glasses and Goggles! '
r be published from time to in accordance with the terms of their Mr. Nabb. Ellery Sapp and Willie McKinney the regular;; prices. Spectac -, Eye

I : time and will at the close of the contest hut contract. BIox Parrish made a buslenss tripto of Wateronk section, were-an this section A few pieces of Cut Glass at reduced prices. I l
Monday.
Graham Tuesday.Mr.
I the
which is
will decide
the judges A. V. Varnes, of Ervin Varnos, of Johnstown, passed
PRINTING; I and :Mrs
be
will JOB
The $100 "WE UO ..
: most beautiful: \ one. ----- Starke, were the guests of Jim Varne 'hrouirh: here Monday enroute to the i U. D. MINER, STARKE &
the girlNo
to
directly i
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paid s .
seat.J.
1 attachedto PROVIDENCEProvidence sat week. county '
costs of any Und are to :Millard Varnes made a business trip -E. Adkms motored to Starke on ){"'''';tIItnM: ; LgDoccK'axs33cgaaQBcg3Eifjgtf } IDJ.gl )
entering, nor is there anything
21 Mr. and Mrs. ---. -
March -
do more than submit the photograph :
plainly on of Sanderson, were business \ _"" ""ey' I tC"t x liver: +"r' ? 'r'di
n"'w' I Names should bo written G. Frazier Satur :; ] .M& {lfr "i i'ti I.: .tWj jffiSETfff: : rnsA G
and : 'i
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the back of the picture giving occupation visitors here Friday

t U if the young lady is employed, i
"*>* and mailed directly to Beauty\ Editor, day.Mr.. Edwards Allen Crews and II

+" ; The- Times, Tampa, Fla. The nam f E. Rouser, of Gainesville, were attending 1
r j of the photographer should also hegiven. to business here Saturday.J. FREE CHAUTAUQUA TICKETS

.-3-21-tf. C. Ward and son, John, were
looking after business in Lake City

CHRISTIAN CIIUKCII NOTES Monday. I I -
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evening a thunderstorm

Our last Sunday audiences were struck Sunday our village .and visiting folks Will be given by Us to Our Customers

good but not so large as we desired. were prevented returning home until ',
The worship was full-toned impressive Monday morning. Little real damage -

and joyous. All felt that last was done, one resident sufferingthe from
d To the customer making the LARGEST INDIVIDUAL cash purchase at our store
I In blown
be last service his chimney being
would our loss of
i % the Sunday courthouse. Some of our members down. March 23rd to March 28th 1922, we will give FREE two (2)adult Chautauqua Season Tickets. WARE

have been 'off on furlough' since the Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Smith, of New
assured today that we here Friday. Mr. Smith .
fire. We were Zion were I
could worship in the church hous reports the truckers are busy with YOU LUCKY?

next Sunday. Therefore, let all of their crops, such as corn cucumbers,
i our people fill their place in "Our tomatoes and watermelons.Little .
Father's" house\ during/ the hours\ for Miss Bertha Roberts has returned -

I Bible school and the commanded worship home from a visit with her To each customer making a cash purchase from our store during this time we will give a''

next Lord's day. sister at Mikesville.
Soi.e of our membership need to ,,'. L. and J. L. Summers were business coupon bearing a number.

}. wake up to an appreciation of the' visitors to Lake City Tuesday.W. If you are the lucky person holding the numbers that will be drawn at our Store ,
1 church that Jesus built, and which to M. U. met for their monthly '
will receive the following
Tuesday, March 28th at 5:30 p. m., you :
t9 ( build cost Him His blood. Acts 2023.: meeting Saturday, also the Sunbeam

+ Let us present a solid front with all Band at the Baptist church.Mr. j! FIRST NUMBER DRAWN will receive ONE Adult Chautauqua Season Ticket and a \ :

a4/ t rank's filled next Sunday. i and Mrs. Allison Biellmg and rebate of 25 per cent of the amount of the purchase shown on the coupon. h
Come, for a feast of good'things is children, Leona and Mae, visited relatives '

s) being prepared for you in the sermons near Riverside Sund ay SECOND NUMBER DRAWN will receive ONE Adult Chautauqua Season Ticket FREE. ..;m
for morning and evening worship. I W. O. Brooks was transacting business l-
o, i The writer will also conduct the DiI I in Lake Butler\ Thursday of last THIRD NUMBER DRAWN will receive ONE Child's Chautauqua Season Tic'Ht FREE. \9

ble study in the Methodist church\ next week. '
Wednesday evening at 8 p. m. Everybody I Mr. and Mrs. Leon Dukes and children Drawing and announcement of winners will be made at our store promptly at 5:30 p. m. 1 fjJi

A invited to attend. I t spent last Sunday- with relatives Tuesday, March 28th, 1922. t:';'; ,..il
W. E. DAUGIIERTS, I I near Dukes station. !
Minister\ Several farmers are selling hogs YOU MUST BE AT STORE WITH YOUR COUPONS. BRING THEM WITH YOU. 1

RESIDENCE NEARING COMPLETION I' this than week earlier and in the realizing season.better prices This Contest is for CASH purchases only! from our<< sore. *]Don't forget to vote for the i

I Sunday is ro..nl*' prenchini day isotu isuus wuUUS you want us to buy thc.u ilvkei irney wilt appreciate ic. ,

i by Rev. John Dicks and it is hoped

i 'I The new bungalow\ under building all members will attend.

i for Capt. J. T. Hickwy, by Contractor I.
I D. force, will be ready for occupancyat SAMPSON: CITY
) end of this week/and the owner -
at the 1
will probably move into it early I Sampson City, March 21.-B. Sur- Consumers Lumber CompanyBRUNSWICK

i I_ 4_... next week. The building contains 6 rency, of Graham made a businessall '
porch on last week.
I room, a 10-foot sleeping here
,
the northsida, bath and closets inN Messrs. Link and Joe Williams and
i ,
) f plenty. Electric lights are being; in- Dock Warren were business! visitorsto

stalled as well as sundry other con. Starke Saturdiy. CONCERTS will be given freejaefore each afternoon nerd even-
lt
veniencea..The Miss Irene Cain, of Louise, spent
i The building is strongly put together Sunday with rr1.! itives. ing performance of the Chautauqua. See our program.

and pood workmen have been em- Mrs. R. N. Cain, of Louise, spent

1' ployed. The walls! and ceilings will hear part of last week here with her daughter -

".1 agreeable colors. The veranda Mrs. W. II. Sloan .. ..
i stained floor In U put down according to a Misses Etfie and Edith Sloan has I'- __ __-_.. : --_' : ._. '. ,. :t : -- "-_: --. -: :: :..'! -


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