Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 31, 1922
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Governor Hardeo hail appointed] Jolly Chemist Offers Sheriff Drink of The home of Mayor and :Mrs. L. .\. The berries commit to Starke have Sunday school at 10 o'clock each

Miss Olive Ray as one of the dele- Sunday morning a little Starke boy, Ilia Beat !Shine Davis on West Madison street, was: been greater in quantity this than last Sunday. We are studying the king t

gates to represent the state of Florida accompanied by a relative, took the the scene last Friday evening of the week. Besides a well loaded express dom of Judah, noting tho characters ,
train for afternoon Sheriff spring musicale of the Woman's. Club i of the rulers and their influence for \
at the Illiteracy Conference of the early Jacksonville. Soon the Monday Eppersonand i car leaving here every afternoon, t
Southern States, which will be held in boy discovered a mouse skipping hither W. W. Baisden, his deputy, went which was a brilliant affair in every1 I small\ buyers for the Jacksonville market rood or bad on their subjects

Birmingham. The Governor's secretary I and thither on the floor, nibblingat to a point on Weeks branch, about particular.The hip many bushels daily by open\, At our 11 o'clock service wo shall I

writes to Miss Ray as follows: banana peels and crumbs of pop- eight miles southwest of Starke', to hostesses for this occasion were' express.\ Threefruit growers' express consider sound doctrine, Biblical doctrine

"It me pleasure to transmit corn and such other wares as the locate a moonshine still that they had Mrs. Davis, Mrs. DeWitt C. .Tom>'R. cars ,are under loading every vs that which is unsound, because
Governor' "news butcher" Fells. Suddenly. the reason to believe existed there. The Mrb. A. Z. Adlillsh'H.: O. L. (Hay lies, nntl-Biblicnl. The: fallacies of i Y
herein designating delegate com-to boy uttered a yell, for the little animal still was found, and was in full operation \Mrs. N. Wainwright, Mrs S, L. leaving! various misleading' teachings will be
mission Illiteracy Conference you a of the had jumped into his lap and Lit by a white man named Arch Peek, Mrs. A. M. l Darby' :Mrs H.I K.: Thomas and C. A. Durling. shown by comparing these with our

the Southern states, which Is culled( to his finger. Johns. Mr. Johns is imbued with the Canova, Mrs. J. I.. Perk, !Mrs.\ W. ('. R. \V. Burch and I''. :M. Sanderson, standard of faith and conduct, the inspired z

meet in Birmingham, Alabama, April The absurdity of the incident cau.<- true Bradford county hospitality, andas Powell and, Mrs. J. H. Ritch. of Plant City, and J. \V. York, of Boston Word. False. teachers, todayas :i
and 12th 1922. The Governor ed the boy's companion to laugh: heart- I he had plenty of it, he could not do The program was under the capable have been added to the strawberry in New Testament Union, creep In }
11th ,
that interest in all ily. If he had been of the cantankor- less than offer the officers a drink, direction of Mrs. E. 1C. IVrryntan, buyers mentioned in the Telegraph! ; with their destructive doctrines' that I i
feels incidental your to the educational questions OilS kind, he would have l Lad the matter but which they refused. Arch said chairman of music for tho club, and last week. they so cunningly disguise with Intermingled \ !

welfare of the South in general, and taken up with the railway com he was only making ft little shine for I wns beautiful in every detail. Local The prices paid for berries seem to truths, and no plausibly f t .",
mission and they might have orderedthe his. own use, but the fact that the still talent was ably assisted, hy11\ r. Leo be more fluctuating than' in former present that many, not well ,groundedIn 'J'
t Florida in particular, muy prompt you railway companies of the stale to was of 60 gallons capacity and that Canova and Mrs. Jack Briggs, of season ]Monday 1 Home berries broughtas Bible doctrine, are induced. to accept c'-.
attend meeting lending
6) to influence and intimate ,knowledge your of keep cats in the cars, whereby a "cat there were seven barrels of mash, disproved Jacksonville! the program being; ns much as $12.50 per bushel Tuesday dnmnging delusions.In ,
this assertion and the jolly follows: our evening. worship wa shall tt\
tenders' union" would have been cre $8.50 to $11.50, and after that few
conditions in Florida in the discussion I
'i chemist was arrested. Chorus, "The G'psl's"-Me ,I.\nll'R. berried .sold higher $10 per bushel. treat of the town greatest command- '"
of such matters" ns may come before ated.The little rat is safe. As its name On the same trip the officers also A. Z. Adkins, K .M. Johns, E. K. Per- rients those which our Lord himselfso ,-

I the convention. implies, it cannot be liked by the unIonized arrested O. J. Abl'rnathylnd R. S. ryman, 1>. E. Knight, F. 11. Long, A. !SAD ENDING: : OK JOY KIDK) ranked. Since His day none so supremely !f
As Miss Ray holds a first grade: life M. Darby, A. E. Wall !Misses !Marguerite :
trainmen, but how are they Rurreney, charged with milking moon- important to man's welfare f
: certificate and has had years of experience -
going to destroy it? Rule [115001F35 I : shine. Shriver and Hilda Struth. Sunday night when N. B. Hull returned -none HO wonderfully Inl'lullive-hnvo
in the school room, she is well of the interstate commerce commission Voice (a) "Homing," (h) "Will 0' home from church und was \been discovered. I.
i qualified for this appointment and her the ..
Wisp"- -Mrs. Jack
forbids the use of poisons and INDUSTRIOUS CLERGYMEN liriggs. going to put hiM car in the garage, ho -- : i
friends are congratulating her on this Piano Selection THE ; kti
traps, and the rodent is not get-at- (11)) "Second Rh.ip-! I found l the doom open, although ho bad CIIAIIJ'AIMJUAThu : )
recognition of her ability. able in any other way, unless it waskilled As a rule Starkc's ministers have sodie" (b) "Melody! of 1.0ve"-l'lIul cloned 1 them after. taking the car out, -...- 1

SOME STRAWBERRY !MONEY in a wreck, but the Seaboardnever always been hard working men. When Ernest Knight., :i? couple of hours before. This. lookedsuspicious. Clmuttuuuia bc''iin 1U enhn''f I
has anything of the kind. Stilla their duties gave the ma respite they Voice (II ) "Tho Sheik" (b) "Tim As. ho left he found one tainments! hero Wednendiiy! afternoon '\ t

notice might be posted in each car, have engaged in manual labor because l\filler"-l\fr. Leo Canova. of his mules slicking his head out of nut has: been well patronl/.ed.' To- (
Wednesday afternoon E. M. Thomas admonishing small boys to keep their they liked and honored it. Vocal Duet, "Silent Night"-!Mrs. the stable window and braying. As I lay ( Friday) is its last day here, and

ono of our strawberry buyers, showedthe hands in their pockets while travel The other day the Telegraph reporter Briggs and Mrs.' Adkins. thin animal Is. of steady habit nnd HI one should! fail to attend it. It U. 4

Telegraph reporter the stub of a ing. going up Church street, found VOlel'Vyominsr [,11 1111 b "-Mr.Canovu. I' never acts that way except when he for the !sake of boosting Starko and (

check for $7'7.7n:! paid by him that that Rev. Smith of the Methodist is !left alone in the .stable, Mr. Hull he proceeds are divided between thu \
day to J. Ileenan Wilhanu for berries LAKE BUTLER church, and Rev. Dunham, of the Episcopal Voice, "By the Waters of Minno- decided to investigate. lie found the hot) and tho Woman's Club.

Mr. Williams has twelve acres church, form no exception to the tonka"--Mrs. Briggs.Choriw door of the stable open nnd his two While the admittance, price is small, t 7?

in strawberries, six acres of which Lake Butler, March 31.-Mr. and rule. Mr. Smith was busily at workin "ne'iutlful Blue I h soul te"- horses gone. He immediately suspected iie feature of the entertainment !is

\ are picked ono day and the other six :Mrs.\ J. H. Ritch and) children, and a good-sized garden by the parsonage Members\ of Chorus.Accompanists that Calvin Johns and Home 'iven free to all :.Thu liberal Con- j'j'WI b

the following day. The sum mentioned Miss Maggie Dekle, of Starke, motored cultivating many kinds of : Mrs. DeWitt C. other !boy hud taken the l animals out uimers Lumber Company gives. freo
\ was for one day's picking from six to Lake Butler Sunday and were vegetables. His industry had been rewarded Jones, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and !Miss: for a joy ride, and telephoned! to the inimical concerts )beforo cash II Ct.1'r-

s acres. guests of Mrs Ida Dekle. I for in spite of the bleak windsof Anna Canova.After sheriff about the matter 'toon and evening entertainment, the i

" Of course, every day does not turn Martin Loudholtz:. is confined to his late, everything was flourishing, the music the hostesses served Sheriff Epperson nnd )Deputy Hah programs. for each day being carried

,4 out as well as this, but then again I bed this week.G. anti there will be plenty of the dainties an elegant! ice course, in which the den went out to find the joy" riders, I n our lust issue.UNIQUE .

some days may be better yet. It is D. Alderman, of Starke, motored I us well as the staple vegetableson colors of pink and white were charm anti soon (hey located Calvin John I I --

) probable that Mr. Williams has re-I to Lake Butler Saturday.Mrs. this !good minister's table. ingly carried out in detail, and on and Solomon Kite The boys were. WINDOW:. DISPLAY\

} ceived much higher! returns at times Iva Sprinkle and son, Henry, I Rev. Dunham was arrayed in blue each plate was boutonniere of pink: afoot, having dismounted, and turned I -
t, when berries fetched top prices. accompanied! by Miss Sheally, arrivedin overalls and jumper, which had seen I and white rose buds. the horses loose when they thought In the display window, of the Consinners -

Out of the proceeds come fertilizer, town Friday afternoon from Floni- much service. He was busy tending I At the close of the ('v"ninjfIr.! G. the officers were on a hunt for them Lumber Company's music! demi .

I. work, crates and cups to be paid for. home where they have just closed a his flowers, trees anr shrubbery. The M. Inmnn auctioned\ off n number' of The boys were arrested! and had n I .tmenl Is a large number of stim)1"H -

it This is a large item, but Mr. Williams successful term of school. !grounds upon which the Episcopal fine cakes, several of them selling as hearing before County Judge Green, ] of maps and,I compositions by pu

is a good manager, buys what W. II. Raiford, of Raiford, motoredto I'hurcland parsonage stand!! ore ample high ns $5.; The proceed!! of the entertainment who found them guilty. Solomon Kite nits of different, grades: of thu B\ II.

I, he needs in carload lots, and therefore Lake Butler Friday. and !Mr. Dunham decided to beautify amounted to aimclhiiii: was! sent to the reform school for Mix -4.? Them productions have all recelvd -
, at the lowest prices; his method of Hal Maines has been on the sick them with Ills own hands. lie I over $113: which will bo added to the months, and Calvin] Johns was sentenced .d ribbons attesting to., their merit.

working is so systematized till every- list this week. has planted fruit trees of many kinds nOwlIb\ holism fund. to a fine of $5 anti cant or Phono, who are interested in schoolwork r
thing goes along with the precision of Mrs. R. E. Dell and son, Ernest, returned and choice shrubs and flowers. The i -- -- three months in jail.11AMP'I'ON. should not fail to view what the
clockwork' and the net profits from from ,Orlando Thursday evening plantings are young as! yet, but will j:; HAI\o'OIW\ "children\ have wrought, and at tho a

his berries are necessarily large. after a visit with Mrs. Jackson, soon be conspicuous. The flowers already name time convince themselves of the
---- who has been seriously !ill, but at make a fine showing< some of Ruifnrd, March ::11. -Ur. A. J. Johnson fllency of our school as an educational -

BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES present is convalescent. thorn being of rare kinds. A little or- | and little daughter, Frances )Hart- Hampton, r.fat'l.h:1f: G. W. Rahmc Institution. Wo will have more

J. F. Bennett, the leading strawberry nags tree, only a switch less than two man, of Jacksonville, were visitinghero and family, who hut v,- been spendim* to nay about thin In our next.

) Congreilmns that overflowed Into man of this section, has been shipping feet high, already has several bins-i I .during last week.Mi tho winter in South Florida< returned) --------- ..
: .. an.1Irs.! Hurry Kelly and children !MORNING I 'lmA It KEY RAIN '
the Bible school room greeted Dr. from six to ten crates of ber- soms. Mr. Dunham also has n garden to their home hero Monday. Ho had

Bullen ]last Sunday, and. two were received ries three times a week. small!! in extent, but flourishing, of Palatka, are visiting relatives I had his crop planted before his return HAULIERThu :
into the membership of the Mr. and Mrs. J.P. Coffin, of John- and it will give him more vegetables j Kenthis, week. and everything points to a prosperotiyear p.
church. The sermons were of special town, motored to Lake Butler Thurs'I and dainties than he can use.! :Mr. and \Mrs. M. T. Cribhs ore being for him. Hampton people are schedule of train No. 20, which

interest, and both themes will be continued day.Mrs. The !good ministers mentioned set a congratulated on tho birlh of n I I proud of their return. ""s the northbound "Cedar Key train,"

on Sunday next. Last Sunday Forrest Drnwdy and son, Ar- laudable example in material work as: Hun, horn Wednettday, March 22nd. Ely Hicks was a business visitor tit barn changed, and -the. train is
morning Dr. Bullen spoke on "Bap dell, of Five Mile] were business visitors well as in spiritual. Mr.' and :Mrs. Warren and Mrs M. Staike this week. now duo lit arrive in Stnrko ut HI7: i

tilt Principles," and this Sunday will to Lake Duller Tuesday mornini I R. Jones were visitors to Manning on ]M. J. Green visited friends neat i. m., Instead of I 0:17: a. m. ns before '

/ speak on the relation of these principles Messrs. Tommy and Math Dukes, Mr. and \Mrs. J. C. Hunt and Miss Sunday. Kingslcy lake Sunday. 1'ho returning train reaches Slarko at

to human progress! It is interesting of Five Mile, were transacting business Elsie:\ Daugherty of Englewood, Tenn., All. Andrews was a business visitor Miss Pearl Lewis, of Starko; wn I 1DH: p, m., as formerly. The northbound .

to observe how that there has. I in Lake Butler Saturday.Mr. I who spent the winter in Starke with to Jacksonville Wednesday, visiting at the homo of Wm. Knlch carried first-class mail for
w not been a single step in the.udvance and Mrs. Preston Williams, of Eldl.'rV.. F.. Daugherty and wife, left Misses: I'erla Whitten and Helen Sunday.Mr. Jacksonville and points boyond, but

of civilization that has not rested, New River, motored to Lake Butler Wednesday for their home. Mr. Hunt Nauright: were shopping in Jackson- Lee Parker and i Miss Lettlr not to Intermediate points.ST. .

and does rest, upon the truths for Saturday.Mr. purchased the Mary Weeks' propertyon ville Wednesday.Miss Johns were quietly married last Sat
which the Baptist denomination has and Mrs. P. P. Dekle of Five Call street while here, and expects Anna Mae Anderson left tin urday. They are both highly esteemed !MARK'S CHURCH 1

'r suffered in all ages of the world since Mile, visited! relatives in town Mon to return here in November to make first of the! week for Baldwin\ where young people and their mumfriends .
his home. They were delighted with she will visit relatives for a while. Fifth Sunday In Lent.
r the advent of the first Baptist upon day.There wish them success and happl
the banks of the Jordan. It will profIt will be an ice cream supper the people of Starke. N. T. Ritch was a visitor to Lawtcy ness. Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m.
Sunday given at the club room Friday eve Tuesday. Study of the Life of Christ, Wednesday
hear the sermon on
you to Miss Lucile Johns, who has beer,
At the morning hour communion ning for the benefit of the Methodist\[ Newn Wainwright, one of the Uni Misses Perks Whitten, Helen Nau 7:30: p. m.
morning. the
of her cousin firma Johns
service will be held and all church and an interesting program versity students at Gainesville, spent right and Earl Whitten were visitors for several guest Evening service, Friday, 7:30: p. b.
clays, returnee] to her home
members are especially urged to at will[ be rendered. the week-end with his parents, Mr. to Starke Tuesday afternoon. at Starke
Charlotte Savage is able to be at and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright. Clarence Horsey was a visitor to Sunday. Max KloKtermun has sold 1 his home

' tend.No attentive audience could her studies again, after several days Starke first of the week. Thos. Wasdin, of Waldo, wa a busIness m West Madison street, and has rnovi -

N' more than that which listened illness. Kathryn, returned to their home in Mrs. Rogers, of Jacksonville, was visitor here Monday.Mrs. i with his family into the Bryan cot-
Bit before a man
with unusual interest to the Ervin Dekle spent Sunday the guestof Jacksonville! Monday afternoon, aftera visiting relatives and friends here last J. S. Meade, of Jacksonville., 'age In the eastern part of town. Mr.
in AnotherWorld" Mr. and !Mrs. P. P. Dekle, of Five pleasant visit of two weeks with week. is the guest of her parents, Mr. and! KloHterman will build on his tract of
sermon on "Memory evening, and the Mile relatives. Mr. Drlg ers, of Lake Butler, was Mrs. J. H. Parker.F. land west of Starke.

e last Sunday at the close of the Col. A. Z. Adkins, of Starke, motored Mr. and Mrs. Zack Brown and chil- here Thursday afternoon. R. Zant, of South Georgia, a railroad
opinion expressed that this "eclipsed all to Lake Butler Wednesday.J. dren are newcomers to Lake Butler. Messrs. W. II. Andrews and Emery employe on the G. S. & )F. rail 'ille thin week

11 service was by the pastor." E. Maines, Jr., and llollia Knight; J. D. Cobb, of Ocala, was greeting Cribbs were business visitors over to way, was In our town this week Mr. Moorer, of Starke, was a bumieHM -
,' Dr.sermons Bullen yet will present another phaseof spent the week-end in Lake Butler. I friends in Lake Butler Saturday. Starke Friday.Dr. Rev Dodd, of Brooklyn, preachedat visitor at the home of C. E. Hurer -

"The Memory of a Praying Man A. E. Proctor spent Tuesday at- Mack Driggers, of Macclenny, mo- King, of Lake Butler, was a the Christian church Sunday.. > Monday.,)
evening next. tending to business at Sdpp. tored here Saturday. professional visitor here during the A. M.' Williams was a business visitor Mrs. Loadholtz, of Luke Butler, wa
in Hell" Sunday
on with "Berry Rev. S. S. Proctor filled his appoint. Misses Norma Dekle and Ruby Proc- week. to Starke Monday.Mrs. he guest of her brother, E. C. Wil-
Bring families you.
men" have your a special invitation to worship ment at the State Farm Sunday. tor spent the week-end with relatives Earl Whitten wAs a visitor to Starke R. N. Dowling, of Pompanowho Mams.
1' with Russell Hewitt spent Saturday and at Five Mile. Friday.H. has been the guest of her son, E. Miss Muriel Johnson celebrated her

The "Busy us. Baptist Bible School" Sunday at Worthington with his par Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Cason and I W. Raiford was a visitor to J Dowling, for several weeks, returned 1fth birthday Wednesday evening,
and greeting ents, Mr. and Mrs. Moss Hewitt. daughter, Jessie Mae of New River, Worthington and Lake Butler during to h'iome this week. March 22nd. Interesting games w replayed
meets at 9:45: a. m.,
has hadan motored Lake last week.W. on the lawn, after which the
The Lake Butler Pharmacy to Butler Saturday af
awaits you la any class in the school. Rev ice; of Waldo, Ailed his ap-
attractive electric sign placed on ternoon.Mr. H. Andrews vu a visitor to little folks. were ushered In to the
usual at Lhe Methodist church
.The hours for worship are as pointrm
their corner, and adda much to tne Howard, of Dukes, U the guest Lake Butler Friday night.; dining room, which was tastefully
11 and 7:30 m. Sunday.
a m. p.
looks of Main and Dekle streets. of his daughter, Mrs. J. M. Mann, this. Mr. and Mrs. John Bryant, of Baker Supt. II. B. Wiggins, of Starke, was decorated with lilies and roses, and
Mrs. Matilda Crews motored to week. county were visiting friends and delicious refreshments served.
CHANGE business visitor here
j BUSINESS s Tuesday.M. .
Guilford Sunday. II. L. Sprinkle, of Jacksonville! visited relatives here Saturday. L. Watterson was shopping in The little hostess received many
A. E. and Harold C. Wall have Ben Duke, of Five Mile, was a business relatives in Lake Butler Sunday. Avery Tyson, of Jacksonville, spent Gainesville this week. beautiful presents. The /guests left
bought the steam cleaning and pressing caller to town Friday. Mrs. J. C. Willoure, of Brooker, and last week-end here. at 6 p. m., thanking their hostess! for
Mrs. A. A. Durden and Miss Emma
plant from I. Sloan, and will give The O. E. S. met Tuesday afternoonat mother, Mrs. W. L. Holding, of PittsJ Lent Sapp and son, of Lawtey, were Hicks have been shoppin in Waldo. the pleasant evening and wishing her
the public good service cleaning and the Masonic Hall. burg, Pa., who have been visiting relatives visiting here Sunday. : many more happy birthdays. Those
Mrs. Bessie McGrudei ar.J Mo-
clothes for men women and Bob Green, of Brooker, motored to in Palatka, were guests of Miss Miss Adine Watson went to Starke son, present were Marion Jones, Anna May
children.pressing; Lake Butler Tuesday.B. Marshall Proctor Monday. Saturday where she will enter school. zell, of Starke, were guests: of Mrs. Wheeler, Hazel Crews, Merrill Johns

Y. P. U. met Sunday evening andan Mrs. J. D. Alderman, of Jacksonville Mrs. Entella Cason and children, McGruder's mother, Mrs. M. E. Ma- Thornton Johns, John Ladden Wheeler -

The most popular of all women is interesting program was rendered.Mrs. spent the weekend with her Mrs. Fred Sapp and Miss Miriam naire, Saturday and Sunday. and Veri Manaire.

the one who talks to a man about D. I. Blume, Gordon Johnston, mother, Mrs. Susie Townsend. Sapp, of Lawtey were visiting relatives Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Williams had as Miss Ruby Broughton, of Graham
himself. Mr. and Mrs. George Johnston of Five Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Roberta, of here Thursday. their guests this week Mr. Williams' li' the guest of her aunt, Mrs. D. W. l

Miitf;; were visitors to town Saturday.Mrs. Worthington, motored to Lake Butler Brady Rosier, of Lake Butler, was parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Williams, Swindel.\

The fellow who is in the right placeat Dick Hewitt motored to Rai Sunday afternoon. over here Sunday.W. of Lake Butler. Mrs. E. C. Williams has returned

the right time may be consideredthe ford one day last week. Avery Tyson, of Raiford, motoredto H. Andrews wan a visitor to Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Watterson, of from DeLand! where she has been the

right kind of K; man. Mrs. Vasco Dowling and daughter Lake Butler Monday. Jacksonville Sunday. Hampton i I II I were shopping in Jaekson- guest! of her sister Miss Strickland.


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t. i i .f AIRPLANE PASSENGERS GO TO I unconscious."We 1 1I, passed out of sight leaving him to his loss of five passengers was said tonight -I Is.

i' !, THEIR DEATH IN TilE GULFrj found that he had attached! I I I II flit. by Rear Admiral MofTett/ chief Those spending the afternoon Sn

himself in some manner to an overturned :i Ii Just before one of the men went to of the naval air service, to support tiny at tho home of Misses Rhoda *'

% Pilot, Lashed to Plane, Rescued After flying boat. We undressed him hit death he handed Moore a large the contention of army and navy serf -' Alva Thomas were Misses Avy staling

If 1 I Hour of Exposure and placed him in my cabin, where he I j sum of money, asking him to save it, I vice officials that every plane should Ethel Dyal, Lubedia Pndiri-'

Lti; was cared for through the night by i hut Moore threw it into the ocean. ] be required'by law to be equipped with Amanda Shaw and Gladys New,:

Miami, March 23.-Nursed!: by a Mrs. J. Williams, a passenger. When he was rescued he only had on radio communication instruments. Messrs. Eugene Crosby, of Brook,

t I woman, whom ho believes to be his !! "We found! that his entire body was him three dollars. --- George Rivers, Grafton Adkmti

mother and whom he refuses to permit !!blistered and burned and that his lips :Mrs. Williams was the only person MILLER Long Bridge: John Shaw ,of Lai' 'n,

b to leave his side, Robert Moore, |were so badly swollen that he could I on the boat the half demented man Evan lodge and Torn Markcy of P,

i pilot of the ill-fated flying boat, Mii I not open his mouth. His eyes,( from would allow to touch him. lIe was Miller, :March 31.-1. S. Brown wasa Hill, and Purvis Lewis.
I n ti I Miami, which sailed out of here last the salt water and blazing I visitor to Wateroak during
I sun were under the impression that she was his business Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Hunter al>
I Wednesday with six persona aboard In such condition that at first we mother and he told her of his heroic 'last week. children, of Hague station, spent th
1 i her never to return, lies in a hospital I thought he was blinded, but after Mrs. : Worthington, was a
,tt k.M'Jpi efforts to save the three dying women I Jim Mott, week-end the !guests of Mr. and Mr
I r, d tonight in a state of delirium, more I Williams had bathed his face he ap a ,. under strict admonition that she business visitor here one day recently. Harry Howard

e ,_ II dead Moore than was alive.taken off the tanker William speared he to recover somewhat, though i aby I would not say anything about it to Mr. and Mrs W. II. Shaw and chi''
appeared to be of
out hiss
; I Green early this morning, as she mind. entirely ] anyone else. Roland Thomas visited/ his daughter : dren, of Cooter Pond, were the weekend

r passed here, by a sub-chaser. All during I "On his person we found three do-! i I I The decision to bring !Moore back to Mrs. J. M. !Mott\ of Lake Butler, guests of the letter's parents lit,
: reached early Saturday Saturday.J. J. B. Thomas.
the Miami was and Mrs.
night was tenderly
cared Inc bills
I in which he had torn holes I II
for Mrs. I morning after word had been received J. Bielling, of Providence, was in
by J. Williams
pI of an I in his delirium, a pair of glasies
f I official of the Pan-American Petroleum -J which had been smashed and I from the captain of the William this section Friday. Don't be content to follow a goo
; a worn-
I the tanker had Seeber Stokes attended the party at11'
wireless that
I' Corporation, who was a passenger an's vanity case." g by lead. Get in-ahead of it.
on the ship. This morning when j picked up a lone survivor of Fort :\ Drawdy's Friday. fNu"
/' the relief boat pulled alongside the Mrs. Williams, wio reluctantly relinquished -: ,Jr 'Pk-rce. The submarine chaser 154, Carl Brown visited friends at Ft.

r1 big ship, Moore refused to go without him to the doctors aboard' rr I had been held in readiness for an White Sunday afternoon.
the submarine chaser, which went out j visited his sister,
her. When reassured that she would emergency and she left the municipalpier Denzil Thomas ctl
ii I be there, he finally permitted himself 'to meet the steamer, said that Moore iI i' at 5:45: : Saturday morning, heading 1111's.V.. M. Thomas, of Long Bridge
:l I: had been in a constant; delirium thru I I II Perm's I
to be transferred to the smaller craft spells quality. out to sea in search of the tanker, Sunday.J. .
11 and brought to a hospital here, where I the night and was under the impression -I Why? which it was estimated would be some L. Brown was a business visitor

r that she was his mother. He BpCRI19 where off Miami about 7 o'clock.A to Lake Butler Friday.
another woman took up the task of I i Perm's hacked air.
I' practically the whole story of still running and E. of Swift Creek, was
trying to pacify his wandering mind. his i tight in the patented new heavy sea was J. Douglass
Piece by piece during the night and during the 50 hours : the small boat was at times completely buying beef cattle in this section last
,i he had been adrift in the container--th" quality J9 K
gulf stream. > day, Moore has revealed the tragic submerged by the waves. Everyone : week. ,,
;f"t t story of his awful experience, cling- It appears that the Miss Miami had I fie-ales.! in. aboard was seasick\ including the Mr. and Mrs. N. II. Stokes attended

ing two days and two nights to the broken her propeller when about fifteen I So Penn's is always: froah. Have you two doctors who were going out togive church at Midway Sunday.

wreckage of the lost flying boat. miles from Bimini, and that she ever really ch.wnj rash tobacco ; the rescued man first aid. So Olson Thomas made a business tripto Instant Relief from Scalds,
I i' i' had descended in the gulf stream during Buy Perm's the next time.Try it. Notice
I that
No trace has been found of the bod- sick did the physicians become Worthington Saturday. Burns Cuts Wounds, etc.
I lea of Mr. and Mrs. August Bulte and and tho a gale.next All through that night I thofin condition-fresh-Ponn'a. I when the tanker was finally located, Desmond Dukes, of Dukes, Was in Contain No Afcahot, A ctttm oP.apw ,;:I
. J I Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence E. Smith, of I day flying boat drift about twenty-four miles north of Miami this community Sunday afternoon. tA.r.lor. DOES NOT ,SMAR'" I II

,Ij Kansas City, and Mrs. J. S. Dickson, ed northwards, becoming swamped after -, PEJtlJNtSCHEWING and about twelve miles out in the Hughey Sistrunk, of Mt. Tabor, visited IT SOOTHESPainful
being in the .
_ of Memphis, Tenn., who one by one water a few hours. i gulf stream, that they were almost as friends in this section Saturday '
An effort made I often result from
was to the injuries
/, 1 gave up their lives as the struggle out of the cockpit,pump but the water 'I badly in need of attention as the injured night. accidents Mustang Liniment kept
fJJ n became too much for them. fleas pilot. Mr. and Mrs Munson Edwards, of i always at hand cheapest and beet
i Moore's statements were running so high that the cockpit The task of transferring the sick Tampa, visited friends and relativesin insurance. Made of purest oils, it

the tanker while aboard was filled each time a wave broke I TOBACCOIn man from the tanker to the submarine this section last week.T. I penetrates quickly, soothing and
were retold today by the over the fragile craft. healing the affected parts.
Charles chaser in a heavy sea with half ..II. Rimes motored to Gainesville I
captain, A. Wachsmuth. I On Thursday morning the pontoonof Snn1cton.! Pnnville.
"I was about forty-one miles ofT the' the boat a gale blowing presented almost recently. Says"l' have used your Mextcaa
1 East I sprang a leak and soon afterwards ( culean difficulties, but after half an Monday afternoon while a negro I Liniment for 30 yeanand
inlet" said Captain Wach- turned turtle. find It the very bestemedy in cased a I II
The three
1' hour's work the little chaser was final- of J. L. Brown's fine fact almost
smuth was plowing one cut a burn a brume in any
just about dusk we men, Moore, Bulte and Smith, managed I ailment that can be cured by a ilnimea,.
ly navigated into the lee of the tanker rattlesnake bit the animal.
j sighted what appeared to be a human to drag the exhausted mules, a In lining, think it quite important to rub it:
figure women to In some manner Moore said he man- and made fast. Before this could be Prompt treatment was given the mule well into the pores and"repeat the operatkmut
feebly waving/ his arms, a mile the of the intervalsWITH
top boat trequeot
1 1 off the starboard bow. We drew close to hold them.where Moore endeavored 'aged to obtain a piece of rope, fastening done, however, the chaser was badly and it is doing Ine.ZIFfo'. 2Se TRIAL BOTTLE
one end round his waist 'smashed and will have FREE .
until could and the to undergo _.oll.l. bnum .Pu..nd-T.I.
we discern a man who appeared One by one, however, the women j I I other around his neck and to the plane considerable repair before it can be i TODPLRTOP,for IlllKrwuB 1'rulli"III.lIfoll""hold! run(' 8".ml A' emMnuirtpi BlxMtinunKl'ti'ttnvnt. I ,
to be lashed
to or con
a spar. We died In his arms and slipped into the This alone saved him from being I to again.Dr. .and:.t.I. 'U :,fonakmluteyJru.UonMIu. J .
hove to, launched a bont'and rowed sea, the of I'I car- put sea :: \: ; Co.,41 bob likljril N.
y out to the A fury which seemed to ried into the ocean with the other Lanier, port physician, stated Ziff, March 31.-Church was held 25c50Cl.00Sold i iI
rescue. heavy
sea was crease with each
passing! hour. In-I I five members of the party. On Friday I after an examination of Moore, that, at Rock Saturday and, Sunday by the
running and it was no envy task, but First, Mrs J. S. Dickson I and General Store ',;
died by Drug
after considerable an,11 1 I morning the pilot, having been two I while he was in a serious condition, pastor, Rev. J. H. Kelly.S. .
difficulty, we managed fell Into the ocean. Then Mrs. Bulte days without food and water due from F. of Starke "n Good Old Standby Sine 1848"
I;, ,' to get him aboard. lIe was exposure and lack of nourishment Morgan, spent Sunday *
lashed with wir' gave up the struggle and finally Mrs. most at the end of his resources. al-// he would probably be in a I night with J. I!. Thomas.Mr. .
a piece of rope about his Smith also succumbed. I
neck and another Both of the During his delirium he told me that | fair way towards recovery in a few I and Mrs James Reynolds and
piece about his waist other
men, by this time, were completely nine ships had passed him while he '
and days. daughters, Lomie and Cleo, of Graham -
was totally exhausted."As '
demented and, losing their hold was in the water, one of them being | attended church at Rock Sunday. av ."
wo cut him loose, he I Ion
murmured the
precarious ( r
lying boat
slipped BO close that lie could read the !March The
'I'm I name. Washington, 21- wrecking Me !rs. George Rivers and Grafton
: BO sorry to put you fellows into the
to so much trouble night came on, Though he waved frantically no one | of the commercial seaplane, Miss Adkins, of Loiii Bridgt; spent the fc
then he became Moore
- I; I't ,r, dune remained on the boat. apparently saw him. and the boats Miami, off the Florida coast with tho week-end lure irut'sts of Pur\is Le\','- ft t

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Lflnr: CourtsWe have put aside a large stock of Merchandise which we have just recently bought at Bankrupt Prices through the U. S.

: Tampa, Florida. This stock is known as the Frank McGuire Stock, of Plant City, and the Acme Trading Company

of Tampa, Florida. We saved for you the biggest bargains you have ever bought from us in Starke, and we have never forgotten -

our friends that patronized us for years, so we decided to give you a Fifteen Days' Sale of this Slaughter Bankrupt Stock.




4; 500 Pairs Men's Overalls; MEN'S AND BOYS'DEPARTMENT $1.25 Work

$2.00 value 95 C Shirts 70 C

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FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1922.

:.J:: }191TipftlrsltJllBAffC! ; 1XII DImmmmIOOlJJClcrr.mJJIiPIIJ.mmJII! Jf'WClmmmI1Gl.ilmQt[ ): atw.-. -r 1(close-friend of the slain; chieftain, re-1 I F.VITyll'r was numbered onHick- Snxton Methodist church Sunday afIvrnoon. -, ,rood prices have linen rc'-eived.. -Buy

N'WlI of Florida in Short ;., lated his story of incident; Ip to I i I j li-.l last week.Mr. Hl.... I. M.: Belt, of the Methodist cM hate ;ijceu iiyinj, from $ft ft 12.50
Peru rapfts < minutes before tho kjllin ; of 'ri!:'(", I I und blrs.>> A. U. Warren, of /iff, 'church/ Smith, .mil L. I Ii!. Hill: n'' tile d il'n'i! t very dav, und u few

...WrJY. Y y1 I. tail, three weeks no at tin Intlin(:, i I II 'I ;>< nt "id'iy nlulu here visltinu .1 t I i'-_:..'"Iipzi lnll'd him 1'I h.i 1 ,.'.>' c ,ii II I for $13.: The
I camp there lIe described the fatal the homo of Mr. and .Mrs. O. W. berries have! be.cnoptionally' good
Geo. K. .<,
r Young spent Satur tIr and
Live State News j! argument over plumes, but siiid he did I I Thomas.Mr. I Sunday in Hampton. so far this season anti; ns long as the I
Ii I. not see the shooting. Coda Osceola I I and Mrs. I. W. Pinholster, Jr., : weather in cool the fruit will bring j.
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie GrilTlsi, of Max-
wits then called to the stand and being of Brooker, were here on business last good: I prices. "
I ville, wero tho guests Saturday of .
Told by Our Exchanges of a different tribe, the interpreter Saturday.Mr. 1!
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Marr.
who had taken the preceding testi King, of Watcroak, was tho Only u patriot\. can pay his Income 'I:.. '
I ,'1I1"---.__.ftn.. ...ft '''n,"---mmm'nm''nmm- .....................<.mm''n.n..........WW..WiUWw.'D... <_')(m"mwmcmllGmlqmmo____, mony, could not understand Osccola's guest of O. W. Thomas Saturday eve- Brooks Starling and family moved tax: without thinking of the eleven billions 1
I back to Luwtey few from
The tourist registration to date as yards of material a cost of dialect. Jimmie Gopher, another Seminole ning. a days ago of dollars foreign governmentsowe "
approx- Mulberry, whore they habl.en for '
given out by the chamber of commerceof imately $330,000, the consummation was found and the examination i I I Miss Alva Thomas was shopping in two us. lam. .

St. Petersburg shows 19,837 names of which contract will greatly extend proceeded. Attorneys put their questions Brooker Monday. years ,,1,1I
T. J. Roberts und son, Coo .W., were ,
and by the end of the week should tho present drainage system of the to the interpreter, who translated -i j i W. Andrews, of New River, was attending : visitors to Starke Sunday. I To Cure a CoM an One Day
show over twenty thousand. district and reclaim 50,000 them into Seminole language for to business in Brooker Fri I I Takfi i.AXATIVK PIWQIIINIoIt, : : (T ll.<.i) .
t acres of I Jack Wilkcrson, of Clay Hill, was a .u> '.thou uiigli nnl 11- ,wla. I d,,' nml worn of '!h'
: fertile land. Gopher. Gopher transposed' tho words! I II visitor Uiltl. I: \"*. laot.1. .1\.11'\ 11 at 'I U,,,. 3IKM 1
day.W. to Lawtey: Saturday. :
Approximately $2,500,000 bond issue into Osceola's dialect and the trial R. Hodges attended} Sunday. .
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has been issued for the development Mrs. Alice E. went forward. school at Dedan Sunday.FARMERBROWN. Elder II. V. Skipper, or Jacksonville
of DeLand is
| : filled I his regular appointment at the
of the town of Kelsey City Palm in jail i ASPIRINName
t charged} with the murder of Lawtey Second Advent church Thursday I
Beach harbor and surrounding: coun her husband, William A. Shields, sev- WATKU.M1LLWtttermill : and! Friday evenings.' i

try. Among the improvements will ; eral weeks ago, attemptedsuicide In !I Louis Roberts and! children! visited) : "Bayer" on Genuine '
b<> a $30,000 railroad station.A her cell. Mrs. Shields, who had been March 31.-P. A. Crosby; 'Sirs.' \ Roberts in Starko Friday. Mrs I4

I nervous all day, asked for a phyaiciinHe and sons, Eugene and High Butler, of Good morning, Mr. Snjilor.: Just I Roberts underwent an operation u I t .

new concern in :Miami proposes brought her a box: of nerve tab- Brooker, were here Wednesday transacting fill up my car with gun and while you few days ago, mid! is reported ns getting .
to make and sell cocoanut syrup. It lets it is claimed. She swallowed all business.J. are at it see how much oil she neeiU.!: 'i along as well as could ho expectr1 I QI ,
is called the Miami Cocoanut Syrup : of the tablets and was revived with Goodge wan in the Dukes community All right. It takes 10 gallons of ;
Company and it has already filed papers difficulty. She refused! to discuss her Tuesday on business. gasoline and one quart of oil Anything I I Dr. E. 'L. Big!;!!, of Starke, was a
for incorporation. The product i act. J. C. Cone, of Brooker, passed thru else today? visitor! to Lawtey Monday. ;I

of the company is something new and here Friday. Yes, my wife wants one of those I !Mr. and !Mrs Reason Lastinger, of I II

delicious. Another record was broken this Mrs. C. M. Lewis returned home I aluminum tea kettles und I want H Daytona, visited relatives here first tt
week when Hon. T. C. Smyth took ov- Saturday from Hamilton county, after large flash light. Mine in Urn small. I of tho week. i

Work has started on the $200,000 er to the clerk of Lake county deeds a visit with relatives. That's about right. !Mrs. W. H. !Miner visited relative iI

steel bridge which will span Choctaw- covered with $126,!>00 worth of reve- A. L. Greene was n business visitorto Well, just charge it. in Starke Sunday. i I .
hatchee river at Caryville. A Perma- nue stamps, represented nearly two New River Saturday. Can't do it any more. Gas! and! oil Harold! Higginhotlmm, Maxville! W.rning'I UnlttM you son tabkrta too IIAIIbI"Dayar" s,
cm package or on
cola firm has the contract for the construction score realty transactions. This is the Charlie Litchficld of Ziff, was hueS are cash now, besides! your bill hero in was a visitor to Lawtey Sunday. : not getting getuilno Aspirin |yeaare ire-
which will be over 8,000 feet record for the office except, on occasions Jay. I long past due and! you don't pay any Mrs. Susie Addition was a visitor! to ,,'rilK'd by phyelciaiu for twrnityojuiMnr r
; in length. when some tremendous! deal of J. Goodge was transuding businessin : attention to our statements.Oh II I|, Starke Sunday. "and proved sate by million Take. t

a vast tracts of cut over lands were Brother! SaturdayMr. well, I will get around to you I Rev. I. M. Belt, of Maeclenny, filled Vftpirin o for only tk..4
The bodies of Godfrey W. Foster transferred to some colonization com- and Mrs. W. W. Brown and before long. My strawberries are his appointment at tho !Methodist : Earache, Tonthiu'ho, Lum-
and Joseph Ortnirus, who lost their pany. daughter, Willie Mae, of New River, coming in rather slow, an,11 will haveto I church South, Sunday morning and hngo and for INirfn. Handy tin tarps at
spent Friday here with his pay up for my fertilizer first, then |, inelra Bayer TiU4o>t.K>f Anpirirroot Iffenfa.
\lives when their car plunged throughthe parents, evening < nrutgrl"ta lUao mil larger rwuiigi i
draw of the bridge of Mantnnzas Ernest Amos, comptroller of the :Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Brown. I've got to build a summer kitchen Edward! Marr, of Highland, was n -' >''. g Anp4rln" I hi the trade mark ofItnyer ,
river at St. Augustine, were recovered currency for the state, has issued a W. R. Warren, of Ziff, was in our for my wife and- I visitor to Lawtcy Saturday Manufacture of Moaoaa4loaoill. i

Wednesday morning about five miles statement showing that $1,027,477.72has community Friday. That's all right, but we have let you Jamca Kitch, of Raiford, was a visitor I,; "Kfel Nalicylioaoid J
south of the city. been paid into the treasury for Allen Thomas spent Friday nightat have things to make your crop also, hero Tuesday.! i"'r
auto licenses. Mr. Amos estimatedthat Raiford visiting relatives. and now we must have! our money. If Andrew Crews and !Max Wlmberly,

i Jewelry valued at approximately the total amount of revenue derived Willie Greene, of Starke, passed farmers do not pay up we will have of Highland.!, were visitors here Satur
$25,000 was stolen from the store of from this source during the year through here Sunday morning.Mr. to go on to a cash system same as we day. 1886

Owen Cotter Jewelry Company at St. 1922!): would reach $1,200,000. The mon and Mrs.\ J. Goodge and son, have on gas and! oil. Now, can't you H. L. Itlancbnrd, of Jacksonville, I II
Petersburg Thursday after midnight. : ey will be spent on state and! county Eugene, attended the birthday dinnerat take up this bill this week? We need was n weekend visitor here. I +

Telephone wires about the place had I roads, state aid, fund to counties, the the home of Mrs M. E. Goodge, of all the money we can get and we needit Fred Conners, J.-B. and F.lislm hosier I J

been cut, and a woman living over :I maintenance of state road department Sampson, Sunday. now. of the Wateronk section, were visitors : DAVISINSURANCE
the store reported she heard no noise I and 0 per cent is reserved for contin Ralph and Vuncoo Hazen, of Pim Well, here is the money for the gas to Lawtey Sunul, ay. ,a

during the night. gencies. Hill, passed through here last Saturday and oil. I'll not take the teakettle and The strawberry shipments are boldIng I II II 'Iy'IyI
flashlight and<1 I guests my wife will up right: on. During tho past 20 I I

Abe Goldman, connected with a Something over $1,400 l has been George Rivers, of Long Bridge, have to wait for her kitchen. I'll days 33 refrigerator curs have been

Jacksonville automobile distributing subscribed in the relief fund for the passed through here Saturday enroute commence paying on my bill us /I"onas loaded 1 here, besides several refrigerator :
concern, was arrested and charged i II care of the late Chief Ti ('rtail's fam to Ziff. I get that fertilizer bill paid. I boxes loaded each day.! With the,

f with manslaughter! as a result of the ily. The ready response of the Miami Roy Greene of Pine Mill, was tile know it is not right to put oil this exception of two or three cars to Phil-
killing of Howard Sawyer, of Key 1 I people and! visitors is an indication of guest of Allen Thomas Saturday cening. bill HO long, but Mr. Jones has always adclphialhey! were consigned! to NowYojk !

West, tax assessor of Monroe county, I I the esteem in which Chief Tigertail I been pretty easy with me and I have City. Must of the cars have STARKE

t who was run down by an automobileat was held among the white people. I II l1and Mrs. II. Stokes, of New got careless. Tell him I will com reached 1 their destination on time and
the intersection of Forsythe and I The fund continues to grow and it It River, were here Saturday visiting mence on his bill this week und pay it

:, Newnan streets.Another believed that a sufficient amount will I 1 friends. I as fust as I can get my strawberries ... .
be collected to the from Little Clarence in. I don't blame you a bit for calling '.-' ...-- .. ;.'-.W..Y..w.. ''' --. .' ''.=. :.:.I. Y.eYe.:
keep family Dynl returned to his I --- -_-.----- --- - --- ---- JSSSr-'n 1
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" name was added to Flor want. I home at Sampson Sunday, after visit- mo down. I needed it. So Ionic- :"IiII

ida's rapidly growing list of women I II ing his cousin, Eugene Goodge( last I :/,.
i county officials when Governor; Cary I The Durton-sw-g::;: ;: train brought I week. I.AWTKYLiiwtuy ; I r---I I I ..I,II III !

A. Hardee appointed Mrs Howard J. a mammoth cypress log to the mill at Mr. and Mrs. D. J. O. Greene, A. L. I r

Sawyer, of Key West, to be tax assessor Perry Saturday' night and many people Greene, O. W. Thomas and II. A. J. !March 31.-Miss Ilussie III IIIII
of Monroe county, to succeedher l have ooen going to the mill this I M.irkey attended church at Rock Sun Terry, of Jacksonville, spent the week .
husband, who was killed in an automobile week to view the giant of the forest. day.W. end with her parents, Mr.[ and! Mrs.T. II /'Al'/ !II IIII
accident in Jark onville.last Tyler and J. Terry. +. L
The tree is in a splendid state of preservation I non, Bryant, were in '
week. and measures over seven Lake Butler one day last week on bus District Superintendent J. J. Tread-! ,.r.r'/ /
feet in diameter. It ii estimated thatit I iness. well filled his appointment tit Grace II CAR '

Charged with being; a party to the will cut about fifteen thousand feet I. W. Pinholster, Jr., of Brooker, Methodist church Friday evening The I C: UNIVR5AL.
smuggling of liquors into this country of lumber. Photographs have been I was the guest of D. J. O. Greene Saturday first quarterly conference followed! the

C. M. Clayton, vice president of ,l lu made of the log and a large crowd preaching service. !I J
the Miami National Bank, was arrest- will be at the mill when tho time I Tom Markey and Evan Hodge were Richard! II. Smith, of Jacksonville, New Prices

ed Tuesday with W. C. Phelps and conies to cut this giant into lumber, visiting in the Ziff section Sunday. wax a visitor to Luwtey Sunday. i!!'

' N. Lewis, as the !second step in T'I which In itself! would build! a good I Hattie Belle Shores spent Saturday Constable James Lowery was n visitor II I F. B..DCTROIT

government's drive to wipe out the | sized house. I night visiting In this section.! !' to Jacksonville Sunday. Ilill t
quor traffic along the roasts of Flor, Dave Greene was in Brooker Sat- S. A. Bryan ,of Starke, was visitor III I EFFECTIVE JANUARY 16th f

ida. :" A man was slightly injured and a 1 urday. to Lnwtey Sunday.Mrs. ''i Chassis $285 Ii IiI

store front in the liostain hotel building Carlos Carter was the guest of Joe I J. C. Shelton, of Jacksonville,, IJ
James Henry Johnson, former resident I was wrecked in Tampa Wednesday Greene Saturday night. is spending a few days in Lawtoy u I J I' Runabout $319:1:! '

P of Taylor county, who has served i I morning when an Atlantic CoastLine Norman Parrish and Math Duke, of the guest of her ulster, Mrs. T. J.Terry. '

Ik between six and seven years on a | freight train jumped a switch at Five Mile, were visitors to our community I Touring Car $348 I III
manslaughter; charge, after being exonerated | the east end of the Lafayette street Thursday. Mrs. James Oooilfellow, was a visitor II!

by two fellow prisoners who I| bridge, hurtled across the thoroughfare / Bud Parker, of Ziff, passed through to Jacksonville Thursday.Mrs. I Truck Chassis $430 ,

were jointly indicted with him while : while scores of pedestrians scur- I here Friday enroute to New River. I W. A. C'llley, of Starke, wasthe : $580 !
: Coupe
the latter were on the scaffold, wall fried to safety, end crashed into the Evan Hodge was a visitor to the guest Saturday and Sunday, of hur I f

granted a complete pardon by the |' Thompson! Electric; Company's ore.i Pine Hill section Saturday afternoonon sister, Miss Rebecca Whitcheiid. !, Sedan $645
state pardon board during its last ses- i The damage was estimated at several business. Mrs. M. E. Edwards'! of Gainesville; ,
sion. I I thousand dollars. Traffic across the Messrs. Dave and Fred Greene were visited relatives in t.nwU-y Sunday.F. j I! These are the lowest price! of Ford cars in
I I bridge was stopped for more than an visiting friends in Lake Butler Sun I II. Long, of Starke, wns transacting !d I the history of the Ford Motor Company.
Strawberries whipped from Plant I, hour, while the chain of cars stretching business In Lawtvy Saturday.Mi I 1
City during the 1921-22 season !should across the street was being re day.A.. L. Greene spent Sunday morning Nelle Roberts was a visitor to .Orders; are coming in:1:| fast, so place yours i

t within the next week pass two million moved. at the home of. Mr. and Mrs. J. Jacksonville Wednesday. I I'! promptly to insure early delivery.
I quarts. To date 1,900,105 quarts Ooodge. Jack Howe[ of Klngsley, was a business
'' have been loaded. A careful estimate Savano Tclles stopped a stranger Messrs. Dave and Fred Greene were visitor to Lawtey Thursday. I J. W. ANDREWS, JR r !

shows a return of $039,203.75 to the on the street in Pasadena! and asked visiting friends In Lake Butler Sun James Goodfullow and! two little .1; Dealer, STARE JI
'" growers alone, besides the profits of him the time. Toilny the latter Is In daughters motored to Starko Thurs I '

some fifty-odd buyers and brokers doIng jail. The stranger': drew from his day.A.. L. Greene spent Sunday, morn day. I IJ '-w--.w..w.\--.- .., wwewr-
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business there. pocket a gold watch which, Teller later : ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J'i Horace Starling, of Clay Hill, wan ----=---_.:=._.__.-_=---,-----_:.:...i-- .-_-.n"-' rv-.---.-------.-.---w' -. .5
declared, had been the propertyof Goodge. a visitor to Lawtey Thursday.E. ( .

Sidney Tolbert, colored, was shot hill son, Martin, 17, whose body, : Evan hedge spent Sunday morning I M. Futch is on a burliness trip to
from ambush Tuesday evening and stripped and with the head crushed, with Tom Markey.Mr. Old mur this week.
died as a result of his wounds about had been found in n reservoir. Teller and Mrs Jim Goodge and children Miss: Rose Andrews, of Jacksonvillewas E. A. MARTIN SEED CO.

two hours later. Tolbert and his wife examined the man more thoroughly of Dukes, passed! through here I the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. L. OLDEST AND LARGEST SEED HOUSE IN FLORIDA
were seated by a fire on the lawn in The clothes he had been of the week.
wore worn Sunday morning enroute to attend the Futeh the first part JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
front of his residence in Eustis, when by his son when he left home March birthday dinner at the home of his Mr. and! Mrs. L. II. Hill and! little

,,1 someone, who was concealed behind a 4. The stranger was arrested and mother, Mrs. M. E. Ooodge, of Samp- L. Ii. Jr., were visitors tu Jacksonville MARTIN'SUY,TEST SEEDS Are knnwn for qnalhy
i f clump of palmettoes fired three charges his same Esdero Morano and
I gave as Thursday.! Meal Corn. Kniu. P..., Pepper EuvpUnt W itrrmolon. Cantaloup. ..
from a shotgun. A suspect has said the watch and clothes had, been son.Mrs.. D. J. O. Greene and Robert n." ....Warno was a visitor to Jscfc- Cu.umber. Cowiwu, Form. anil Hrld ....t.. Our e.l......... .n.. pri. lt.t will TT.Iv.ulnii fun.
I son, thor Information. W. all v.rloU. vaniun.. fluid ... .
been arrested. carry and-farm given to him by another man. were in Broker on business Sat lion i i i" Sunday. tasted and pruvvn to b. .IJI.d to Florida' nil and .lIm.... and our want of .xpnioa..
.nabl. ... to hanJI. th. Florida dvil bu.in..lo lvanta
a> ""
urday. V. Overstrn, of (Plant City, wasa
The Indian Hi--, Farms drainage President R. II. Alderman, Friday Quite a crowd of young folks en- visitor to I-awtey during the week. SPRING CATALOGUE

district at Vero has awarded a con- afternoon turned the first shovel full Joyed a party at the home of Mr. and Martln'a Spring Catalocoo la. now ...d,. Writ for It Bviryona: InUnaUd I I. FWftte
tract for excavation of 1,892,000 cubicTo 'of dirt when ground was broken for Mrs. W. R. Hodges end.Mrs.. Rosa L. Human, of Jacksonville ( Spring .nd 8um..... eropa should' avail thfmftHv of Information aontaln !. oar da
Saturday night. .orlptv..atb.e.. Supplied FKKK: : on raiunt, t ot...... who ..ml In Ih.lr* ..__ pronrot.j.
Stop the erection of Southern college new After music and games were enjoyed was a visitor to Lawtcy Sunday. Write. for "t cIa... >urr Information and pr'... on .11 Haaonabl til h. .
a Couch Quick buildings at Lakeland. Participating they returned home. W. E. Torodo! was a visitor to the

take HAYES' HEALING HONEY.*!: a in the ceremonies were many prominent Virginia Colson, of Pine Hill was county seat Thursday. Phone.4277- 1320 ....
cough medicine which stops the cough by Methodist churchmen, Including In our burg last week. Rev. E. D. Boyer was a visitor to
healing the inflamed and irritated tissues.A (I I E/A. MARTIN SEED CO. 202-206 E. BAY ST7
box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE I the board of trustees of the Florida Mr. and Mrs. Lonzo Goodge and! I Baldwin Thursday.

SALVE for Cheat Colds Head Colds and conference of the church, trustees and children spent Sunday at Sampson, S. W. Leach, of Jacksonville, wag/ --
Croup Is enclosed with every bottle of officials of the college, as well as representatives visiting his mother, Mrs. M. E. a visitor to Lawtey Sunday.
HAYES' HEALING/ HONEY. The salve of the city and others. Goodge. 1 Frank Green, of Wildwood, spent Big Reduction In Prices You will make a mistake!
should be rubbed on the chest and throat if you order your fertilizer -
of children suffering from a Cold or Croup. Ray Goodge of Sampson, wan a Sumlay\at the home of Mr. and Mrs without getting: our new price lists just Issued. Plentyof
effort of Huallnl Honey lmaide Two interpreters, one translating visitor to our burg Thursday after Charles Dinkins.
The healing
Materials! shipment. Order
.H Fertilizers In-
:: now.
the throat SmbliKHl. the hwliop.aoctofbro the dialect of the other, as a Seminole noon. Walter Whiddon, of Raiford, was a ,
**'* ().P.D-T,... Salvo through the pore of secticides: Sprayers, poultry Supplies.
th.ikln non iiopi a_b. Indian testified were employed in the Gerald Adklns, of Long Bridge, visitor to Lawtey Thursday.
coal Both of the reroedlrt combined treatment""ch.IID I Is oar:lac.J eartDO. and the trial of Charles Veber, accused of the passed through here Saturday. Albert Dubose was a visitor here JACKSONVILLE E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO.

HEALING HONEY.: ami. Charlie Billie, Seminole, and this section Sunday. C. J. Hammett preached at theI alt December let, 1921, reduced prle Jets before buying'SKI .



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FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1922-

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.' but Drew Alvarez, Jr., was held t Saturday. I Rev. Jones, of Lake City, filled his SAMSON
Bradford Ccun.y TelegrapPublished : { [appear before the grand jury at the Mazclla Harrcll was a visitor to the appointment at the Baptist church on I

spring( term of the circuit court, hil! home of J. V. Edwards Tuesday. ; Saturday and Sunday.

weekly and entered os 'bond being fixed at $600. |I'Ve are sorry to report little Guy II. E. Mooror, Cleveland Sullivanand I
Harrcll sick at this writing A. Sullivan were among the visitors 1 Truck
second class matter at the po."t I' Quick Trip
Starke Florida. O. W. Andrews, of New River, wa Michael Andreu and wife returned to Starke Monday. I
office at ,
i; ill town Thursday. : In their home in Jacksonville Satur; Miss! Daisy Moore was visiting in I

t r 33. S. MATTHEWS: nditop and Owner I Mr. and \Mrs J. M. Mitchell: are I'day.Leonard Cook visited relatives\ here I Hampton Mrs. Rob Sunday.Cason and children, of VALUE FOR YOUR

Florida newspapers enjoy the red (pending a few days In Lakeland will 1, Saturday.Dr. II Brooklyn, and Mrs B. T. Fortner attended GREATER

t illation of being the best in the cow I his brother.F. I I Bishop, of Alachua, made several i preaching here Sunday. the MONEY
business here last week. K. M. Hersey was a visitor to
; try. This should l make editors carcfv trips I
'. to give credits after quota L. Turner has had the appearance I I Mrs\ J. C. Willoure spent several county seat Tuesday.Mrs. .
; proper '
n dons\ from the poets. The contrnry I ils of his cottage on West Call street Improved .i days at East Palatka visiting her R. M. King was shopping In $595 F. O. B. FACTORY $995

not uncommon. by a new coat of paint I ter, Mrs. Kinney Watts SIS.\\Hampton Thursday.W. .

--- ._- :I J. C. Cone and E. B. Andreu, E. Baker, of Lake Geneva, was
S William !Moitt, of Plant City, Mrs after business here town Mon-
The Lake Butler Times la out ngair I were looking on I II a business visitor to our
Eva Tison and Miss Clara ]Mitt, of I ,
' Its editor is Mrs. Iva T. Sprinkle, an .
't accomplished lady, who will do her Jacksonville, are at the bedside of' and Mrs. Cook returned to their day.E.. Priest of Green Cove Springs, ..--,
their father, A. E. Moitt. I home at Ft. White Monday visitor here Monday. t. _
'r part to keep the paper alive and pros was a business I I v7.4'! -
pering. We wish Mrs. Sprinkle (Cood... W. II. Harrell was a visitor to the Mrs. H. E. Moorer and children, r lei fit lW'-
Johnson, former resident I I
luck in her new departure. James Henry .I home of Dave Dukes Friday. Arthur and Lynell, were shopping in : I )JIPSS. .Ar. a"i
of Taylor county, who has serve : Mrs. Holding, of Pittsburg, Penn., Starke Friday.Dr. I i ,s""ey. .,.. ..rii'\l! ;
between six and seven years on a I \ :.A ,'\ i. ........._..._ --v
: of Starke, was a _
her "
"Pinellaa county spent $300 to huv< is here to spend some time with Middleton, : ,, -7'. .. r. .
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nn expert Ian scope architect make a manslaughter charge, after being ex ''dlulthterfrs.! J. C. Willoure. culler to our town Sunday. 6.r."' ..JMf-"J: .'': '<.;" '.;. ,'. ,,....,:IJ".:!."' ...It.lii'-.M1',; ? 1u: w.l.1Ii! J! ",\\t7,$+"'\\'.;, .
two fellow prisoners wh( n"""" ,. ;\
onerated t /
survey of that county with a view to by indicted with him whil I Rand Crews was a visitor to Brook S. R. Swindel is on the sick list and .,1"j"1'.t: .-.: "..,, .. 1. . fJ'
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jointly '!
beautifying the county," remarks ni were er Sunday. we hope him a speedy recovery. =- ;'jJ: .. :. I f
F"r" exchange. Unless one or two cipher the latter were on the pardon scaffold by, was the i I Misses Eva and Geneva Harrell Little; L. M. Gains is reported on the ', )o :1, t'f:" / *! "'9..1

are left out by mistake, it could nol I state granted pardon a complete board during its last sea were callers at the home of J. V. Edwards sick list. ; -....-...-- / -- /
? have been an "expert" that was em Saturday afternoon. I G. M. Bennett was a business visitor -'

r ployed. An expert landscape architect lion Alvin Clemons and Mallie Surrency:! to Starke Tuesday.

would charge $300 just for wiping I HAMI'SO CITY I panned through here Sunday enroute Mr. and Mrs. P. II. Neal were at- '! Quigley Overland Co. Dealers

u his specs and putting them on to Worthington. tending to business in Starke Mon '

Dave Hall was a visitor to Worthington STARKE FLORIDA

i;' The first number of the Florida Sampson City, March 31.-Mrs. M, Sunday. day.Mr.. and Mrs. E. S. Sibley motored Ito i ,
number of
( I entertained a !
; E. Goode
Magazine is on our desk. It is a Mrs. E. E. Baxter spent Thursday Starke Friday.
friendwith birthday party on /lIIltntllttllDtDCDm. Ise'
her a
printed and illustrated with Mrs. J. V. Edwards a sss.
beutifully Parks, of Hampton, was professional
I being; the occasion ofter Dr.
March 26th, it
monthly publication, issued from Bis- I Mrs. W. II. IIarrell' and daughter, visitor here Tuesday. FOR ANY KIND OFBLACKSMITHING
Dinner was served
v bee building, Jacksonville, price $2.50 birthday. Lucille, were visitors to Worthington W. W. Packham was attending to
under the large oak
in yard
: per year. This number contains, besides Monday. I business in Starke Tuesday.
hostess those
the ,
Besides pTesent
other interesting matter, descriptions Miss Georgia Edwards was the
and !Mrs B. Dyal and
\ of several of the counties wereII'! guest of Miss Geneva Harrell Sunday OF BALE OF COUNTY BONDS
1 tJ:' of the state, among them Bradford. hildren, Ray Goodge, Mrs. J. W. Rob afternoon. I I H..by NOTICE notice I. .Iv..n that the board. or Go to the shop just north of the depot. Plows made and
ky of of rtson, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gooilse and bider r. County. FlorldR.l vehicles of all kinds repaired and painted and
F' The latter is from the pen one wield reNWO' .cnltd t the prchaaeof repaired
Is in hildreri: of Dukes, Mr. and Mrs. Jack TIIERESSA I county bonds the countY of the blacksmith line done to satisfaction.Best .
I \' our town officials and reproduced O.OOO.OO 1.ny"pnrtVoi of other work in
'f and Eugene, of Ziff, Mr. BrRdtord. StIl.. or Florida or any
joodtre son, Cive
to reasonable
I ; another column. I raid .IIm of not 1_ than $200.000.00. up material best workmanship, prices.
and ]Mrs Alonzo Goodie( and children Theressa, March 31.-Mr. and Mrs., ; two o'clock p. m.bond. on aro May to 2,be 1922.dated January us a call and be convinced.

f A PUZZLE' if Ziff, Mr. and Mrs Bob Green and E. S. Sibley, of Ocoee, were visiting'I I.Said 1922.county and are to be In ti-noroiniitlon| int.ni.tlitthe orMOOOOO

rhildren, of Brooker. We hope Mrs.joodge relatives here the last of the week,, of each alx and per cant are to per War annum, payable COOPER & SNELLGROVE, STARKEJ
What Is me ,.1tb; the term "Ameri many more happy birthdays. leaving Saturday for Putnam Hall,, I Beml-annually.:: ; on January tat and attached.The July lot. IIUIUIII.'mnt'Im'm''um''GI''D'n'"nm1Ii lpiW3tDltc
II 4i I of each year with Intercut coupons 1i'crJl1l1DmllDIDt"'mmmU''''
, canism," anyway? Each of the political where they will stop over a few days principal and tntt-rwt. of and boniU Hanover are .
of the
I. jt'', parties claims to be the only CHRISTIAN CHURCH NOTES before returning to their home. I NRtionnl nnnk the. banklnn in the City home and State of New

, one to stand for Americanism. Bryan Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Geiger and lit 1 I York. of bond offered for Bale I.I to I
thinks he radiates pure Americanism, Last Sunday found us back in the tle son, Earl, of Waldo, visited her fa60,000.00 The amount or any portion thereof not lo-w

i'' ,4 though his opponents say it is only church for worship and a happierand I parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Hall, Sun- I Fonda than 'hallno.noo be.00.due and and payable the principal in aerie of from laid Our New PoliciesI
something that belongs in > than we were would be hard to live to thirty years, n-pectlvely.. from date
,\ Bryanism, ,day. thereof and to be homed in aerie. Bid* will
I'X t': the "X" class. The labor unions say I Ind. Each seemed to say to the othery II W. T. Wallace was in Hampton on I bo accepted up to two o'clock p. m., on Toe*,
and expression of day. the 2nd day of May l2. All Milder
of voice
they represent true Americanism, but i > tone business Saturday. required to deposit with C. A. Futch! anecretarv
"We band of happiness are. of Raid board of bond tru tee., at 1 1st oils and repair
'; the non-union men prove every day ace, are a I Miss Estelle Woodard, of Hampton, Starke. Florida, a certified check equal to one Beginning April gasoline
that the methods of the unions are takers: attended services at the Baptist per cent of amount of hid acid check to be
"' un-American. Every time "Amerl- No preacher ever loved his church church here Sunday. payable .to county the laid Florida.board, of bond truateea ofIhadford work will be put on a cash basisnothing '

Ii' canism" is mentioned, one is reminded or flock better than I love the Starke Johnnie Williamson, of Lulu, was .,rle All.. bidden of laid ahall bonda, apt bid, of the story of the blind men viewingan Christian' church and If it be God'svill I visiting friends here Sunday. within which the bidden, will comply with the '
!" elephant. and theirs, I want to be with them I'' Mrs. C. A. Youngblood: and daughter jM-ert-tary term. thereof of acid after bard nnt of're bond IH Given trimteee by that tho allow us to give better service to the own-

. t: But light I is on the way. The Ku onjr enough to go through all the ex- Nealie, were shopping In Starke di-llvc-ry Certified of chock the bonds above can referred h. madu.to i I. to "be : ers of Ford cars, trucks and Fordson tractors. after -
I Klux Klan has announced that it willsettle lerlenccs that a minister and church Friday ,di-poaitod a. a guarantee of full compliancewith ,
I; end in the event of 1 will confine the activities of
amid the changing vi- > the bid : April! st we our
"The through,
I the matter by establishing I Ir goes I: D. W. Moore and Norman Collins the acceptance of auch bid and the failure on
r University of America," where real) 'issltutlen' of the gliding years. were attending to business in Starke the term part thereof of the Bald bidder check to ahall comply be considered with the mechanics to work on the Ford line. We appreciate -

Americanism will bo taught. The labor Thus far my ministry has been to I'Monday. I a. Ho.ulr'a'ed' damairvfl and be retained by the the work in the all .
.. given
us past on
the acid; boa of bond trunteca.Said
unions, not to be outdone, will, no nla a very happy one. I i i Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips ami little Ci 1y hondo are to be iMUPil ,'rCNnnler S
, ),'" doubt, also have an institution for disseminating -I' church to say what it has been to daughter, Elizabeth, of Miami, I the atatr.. **'2 liiridn.of the and!I".IRI.1.election. of held 1021 there of I makes of cars, but we will have to adopt this 4

their own particular brand hem. Many of the members haveeen were visiting relatives here Friday. under a' Mixing, nf the name. and and hard to be.aurfacin 1.miedfor : policy i in order to make this garage a real service

of Americanism. Wonder if the eagle i kind enough/ to tell me some- I tbpott certain public' cowl trading and improving and station for Ford
bird on our new silver dollars, i ting of their love and affection. I frrn .. \\1Q1lliill.=.J.Ofu110mlUtmQ: : rl00f1 I tv Florida
wears his dejected look from fear that im hnppy to believe that the mem- Sn'd hnard, of Bond Trimteoa. recene the .
and tiuht to i"< 1 -t any and all bid
r be has lost his identity and that he i"r< lire becoming more more sty on! .f the aid< Hoard of Dond Tru. J. W. Andrews Jr.
l will be replaced by a mocking bird? I mindful of our needs, both material tc4 of .'.Iford County E 8 Florida.MATTHEWS! ,
nd spiritual, and that when they pray "a--- < I airmen Board of Bond Truntee t
I. St Attest Authorized Ford and Fordson Dealer
uk God that He grants
: BDISOVS;;I : LATEST hey will C. KUTCH.
I health and when they con- I ,.. "tar, of Board of Rond trustee .
\ mJc"/fmr.mil'CII"rnltrlUJlJffi JIIDJI
Bradford County Florida 'f'rnC'IItJltnCIIIIIiI'IICllJlrmII1UIllm'JIIJ"! : : !
Thomas Edison is greatly perturbed ribute they will increase in liberality. .
over n letter to him from a college i Their faithfulness each Lord's day 25 I -- - ---
professor, which ho considers "dis- Is becoming( more manifest. "The -1

courteous." It happens that the only Larger Life," text 2nd Cor. 6:13: next: i

',: rival Edison has in his particular line : Sunday, 11 a. m. "How Do Persons : I

!: is Henry Ford. Edison always considered -I become Christians?" at 8 p. m. One i si: [

, I .: that he knew as much as Ford- :, confession Sunday nittht. Baptism at Want AdF.

'.. nnd a blamed sight more. But of late Crosby lake. All Invited to attend. Great Auction
' Ford has begun to write on monetary W. E. DAUGHERTY,

} questions and finance, something that Minister.
i ,
" Edison never cared to study. His i will sell a j

and business connections HIGHLAND
inventions !
I; many brought him so much money till I The biggest and best auction sale yet held in

burn and he knows !March 31.-Mrs. II. C.
he has got it to HiKhland
I*!!" nothing and cures nothing about how I Wimberly and Miss Winifred Wimberly $$200 Horse Starke will take place in the Commercial Hotel yard ,

rich ho is. i went to Starke Thursday for a stay

1'1', I But the idea that Bro. Henry knew of two weeks or longer. While there Monday afternoon, April 3rd, beginning at 2 o'clock. .: ,

; c something that Edison> was ignorantof they: : will) b" the n"8 of T>r. -nd !Mrs.E. \

galled him, and to get some rudimentary L. Bitlts.G. I or a Among the many things that you will have the opportunity -

knowledge on monetary mat. \V. Parker was a business visitorto
t' l'' ters ho addressed a "questionnaire"I I Starke Friday. i to buy at your own price I mention the following -

to eighteen professors of the Wisconsin R. W. Vaughn, H. C. Wimberly, Jr.,

University. Seventeen of tho and G. W. Parker, Sr., were visitors I Car :

I learned gentlemen, with fear and to Jacksonville\ Wednesday. :'K $$1000 .
trembling, wrote seventeen different W. M. Wimberly returned Friday

versions in answer. The eighteenth, I from a trip through the southern part 1 PAIR MULES 1 COW and CALF

seeing that Edison's reveal of the state.
questions i I iI1
ed monumental ignorance, and pcrhaps I F. M. Crews made a business trip or a 1 SINGLE WAGON 1 TWO-HORSEWagon

doubting his knowledge on to Starke Saturday.
own I
K of Starke was attending 1 HAY RAKE 1 MOWING MACHINE f
l the subject, ran a bluff on the questioner James Malphurs,
by telling him that any boy to business here Saturday.B. : .
ought to be able to understand what I II. Ricks and W. M. Wiwberly I $$10,000a 1 DISC DOUBLE 1 COLE PLANTER ,t

he wanted to know, advised. him to motored to Starke Saturday. I Ii \\
read the school text books and hint- i J. I, ;Marr visited relatives in StarkeandLawtey I 2 SADDLES 1 BOAT
rd on senility on the part of the great Sunday. '
inventor. Edison terms the letter discourteous II. C. Wimberly, Jr., spent the weekend I 1 WASH POT

and has complained of it to with relatives at Madison: i Formr I
the president of the university. Misses Bath Wimberly and Ethel single

Well, ,it served him right for asking Ricks, Messrs. G. W. Parker, Jr., Ray !

t damphool questions. When a small : Vaughn and Max Wimberly visited i Chairs, Parlor Furniture, Bed Steads, Springs and r''!

boy is found guilty of doing so, he is friends in Starke Sunday.R. .

told to shut up and go to bed. Edison W. Woodard, of Gainesvil'e\ was Mattresses, Kitchen Range, Center Tables, Dressers,

has lived so much in his laboratory transacting business here Tuewdav. \

till he has almost) a childish ignorance Miss Olli Marr and Messrs. J. I. Wash Stands, etc.

of the outside world. His many queer Mart and F.. Wilkinson attended the What is more econ- i

a stunts of late make this assertion funeral of their aunt, Mrs. Connie
tsa plausible.. Goolaby in Jacksonville Tuesday. omical and profit- Remember the time and be on hand promptly if you t

II. Wimberly and II. C. WimberIv -
I SEQUEL: -OF JOY RIDE- Jr., were bu"lne9"'i"itors over to able than a want want to get the pick of the bargains that will sell. j jI

t Starke Tuesday.G.
W. Parker mad" business trip ad in this ? i I
Drew Alvarez, Jr., and Willie Kite, u paper

k charged with the theft of $,">00 from to I.awtey' Monday. .
I What have G. M. INMAN Auctioneer.
)'. Townsend on the night of March > you ,

13th, during a joy rid, were arraigned BRADFORD !i ,
before County Judge Green Thurs to
day. After n thfrouc-h sifting of the Bradford! :\1nh3J.; V H.I: '-rds I .. .
matter Willie Kite was! discharged, was a busln.IIIlto" to I.ak Butler )gU'G' U "' ....JUC < .::.. ." -._' tItI.t. .: .- .. . '.. ;. -- = :. '

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FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1922. 1$!
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i ... I the It'i-turor. Toward thu last coma know him. IIIs bride Is tho eldest' tertnnrhurchtntends to leave Starka

WORRIED Home picture of 1"lorldpinE'" woods, daughter of Mr. Baton Johns, ia accomplished I next week. He will first go to Green '

-I.. showing what they should ho under industrious and possesses Cove, to attend a conference, then to '

Bits of Local1.111 HUSBANDS- proper management, slid what hapI a charming personality. She is very DeFunlnk: Springs, to visit hU brother. ,

'i I ppns to them after thoy are nlmndoncd popular among a largo cIrcle of b

I by: tho turpentine mon to (the tender friends. During his short stay here Mr. Poet

i it Information.f READ; THIS ( ?) mercies of tho woods burning Many friends from Hampton und has enilfiiivd hiiiiMi-lf to all who have

t I rattle owner, whereby: ninny: trees lire Starke witnessed tho marriage of this come to know him, because/ hU: ablli -

luirm-H up and nthem so soiicliod" I1S young couplo and extended) them their i| Ity ns a minister and his friendly, unostentatious -
; CLTDE'S i'El''I'0-ALINL'AN; IS THE: wishes
f I to invite decay.Or. prosperity and happiness. maoner. JUs many
) Corny had n Koodicd!: audience i ----
i I friend!'! regret to see him leave, but
----- -.,..,.-.I-. -- .-.. -- ." i furthermore inoreased\ hy tho REGISTRATION NOTICK 1 rho has their best wishes for success

SALE at I r members of Co. CJ. It was their drill and happiness.
Special Sternberg's C. Wills. your wife "all tired out" and
night, and lifter roll cull they marched ,
/ ---- registration books of the
town '
cross and irritable much of the! time? .
Robert Powell spent Sunday in Jack Special SALE at Sternbl'r '8. Do tho children "bother her to death" to the Gaiety: to hear fon-ilry: ex of Starke, Florida! will bo open at tho NOTICE ,

sonville. pounded. This ]lecture wa not n perfunctory offleo of th clerk from '
I every day, and do the ordinary household city April 10, --- .
event. Dr. Carey has invested 11122, to May 13, 1922, for tho registration There will bo a working of the ElBey I-
tasks that she formerly performed -
Mr.\ and Mrs. G. K.
Lewis Mrs. J.
D. J. Byrd, of Graham, was in town I with ease seem now to overtnsher $20,000 In Bradford county timber of electors. Chapel cemetery Thursday, April l'11th. l'
C. Robinson
Saturday. and daughter, YeraClaire ? In other words, do often lands, around Sampson lake and west C. A. FUTCII, Bring suitable implements, and 1 1
spent week-end in Jackson
ville. come home to a house of trouble in of Highland, and hi is therefore especially Registration Officer, Town of Stnrke. full bankets for dinner on the grounds i
Miss Ethel Griffin spent the week- )) interested In the welfare of 3-3l-2t. O. P. HALE.
stead of a home of joy and happiness? ;
end in Jacksonville. our standing timber I.
If is "yen" to these
Trndo with the :Peoples Grocery Co. your answer blame After the lecture, reels, loaned by !MR. POST WILL LEAVE US Some pt-oplo aro both wlso and far "
pointed questions, your
Mrs. A. Price and Mrs. T. J. Griffin and pet your money's worth. Opposite wife until she has taken Guile's Pep- the Florida University Extension, I weeing. They never mlvocuto giving I J''

spent Tuesday in Jacksonville.[] i depot. to-Mangan! with her meals for a few were shown, treating of forestry subjects Rev. A. Post, pastor of 'tho Presby tin devil his due. '
and how logs are procured find Ir
weeks Sho is simply run-down and
Prof. E. A. Kennedy, of Lake Ge- I I Mrs. A. Bowman has returned to nervous and needs the kind of iron b'indled' from the stump to the facory. OnttGmmmtCasmmmmIDUAmmmtliCimCimmm@mtlfCTltmmmmmIDmmmismmm miQmmmmmml

neva, was a visitor to Starke Tues her home in Edgcwntvr, N. J., after that she will get in Gixlo's Pepto- ,_

day. | spending! sometime with Mrs. L. V. Mangan to give her more vitality and The admittance wm free and Dr. I

I I Moore and other relatives. strength/ For thirty years doctors Carey was n Rood hoot to those who '0.4,..s" ,h ai
had hit invitation An interesting
T. T Blackburn, of Maxville, wasa have recommended Gude's Pepto-Man- ,

visitor to Starke Saturday. i Mr. and Afra.1I. O. Brown and children tonic. and Instructive time was en- i 1
Jan as a first-class building-up '
'oypd by an appreciative audience.PARKERJOHNS ) t
I spent Saturday and Sunday in
Soldi by your druggist in both liquid I i
Jacksonville with Mrs. Brown's ------- 1
Homespun lOc yard. Stump's.Joe and tablet form.-Adv. t'ILlaf l'._
r Mrs. C. C. Stranilberg.

' Don and Albert Newmans, of) Florida and may make his permanent
Dr. N. Air Robert Leo :Parker and Miss
C. of
Berry Jacksonville, was
Waldo, spent Saturday with Mrs. G home in this state.
C. Sweat. ti v here Monday on professional business. I.ettie Clarico Johns, both of JInmll-1

Dr. Berry formerly lived in Starke ton, were united in marriaire by Judgu

i The Episcopal rectory--has been and his old 1 friends here were glad to New milinery store. arriving dally atStump's R. A. Green in his office Saturday, Elberton Blue Georgia Granite .

March 25th.
see him again.
inside and
painted other repairs have
Mr. :Parker is the son of Mr. John }haTtiE STONE ETERNAL"And
been mode SALE at Sternberg's.Do .
I Special
, i Special SALE at Sternberg's. Parker and although having lived in GEORGIA MARBLE, in it* ;various hades make a
Hampton for only has
; onovenr, won
Every day is at long for something to
you ever 1 the and esteem of those who
Miss Nelle Roberts, of Lawtey, was .I
Stump's.Miss eat but don't know what it is? You MEMORIALSRenowned
here the first of the week visiting her -- -- --
will find it at the Peoples Grocery Co.
sister Mrs. E. L. Biggs. Tuesday ,
Ethel Hunt of [
Hampton, spent
Miss Roberts and Miss Hilda Struth '
the week-end with Miss Madge Mid- Mrs. F. C. Hollingsworth and, littlo \

dleton. spent the day in Jacksonville son, James, returned home Monday' rENT-A-\VORD FOR ARCHITECTURAL'.DIGNITY:

from Jacksonville where James had '
, ,
.j W. A, Dorsey, of Winter Haven, and EVERLASTING ENDURANCE }
Miss Adine Watson has finished the been in Riverside Hospital for several
Miss Effio Lauramore, of Glen St.
school term at Raiford, and has returned weeks on account of blood poison. The Y
Mary, and Miss Ida Warren were the Three essential factor tolbe'comidered in buying monuments
here to enter the B. II. S.
friends of !Mr. and :Mri. Hollingsworth '
/guests last week! of DIr and Mrs. Ar FOR SALE: -10,000 tomato plant, BEAUTY PERMANENCY APPROPRIATENESS
are, -
glad to know that' their son .
very /
thur Williams. I reiuh. to eel $1..11() per 1,000. Il.I .
Don't forget the big sale' at the I I is now making a good roc overy. I A. Koon, Starke, Fin. lie i You have the assurance of this combi

Commercial Hotel next Monday. iI nation when buying material.
-- 1 our
It.l, Special SALE at Sternberg's.
Special SALE at Sternberg's. EGGS FOR SALE-Brown LeKhorntj/ ;'

Jay Alderninn, of Waldo, spent for hatching, fl.OO for 15. At tho ', COGGINS MARBLE CO. CANTON GP. i,

? I Monday and Tuesday with his parents,I Rev.the Jacksonville J. B.' Rooiioy district, presiding, preachedhere elderof If "lapr22" follows after the address Joo Cnnova farm, Route A, Starke, : Leading Manufacturer of the South IIW

Mr. and !Mrs.[ G. W. Alderman. Fla. F. J. Pattee, Prop'r. Field or Special Representative, I
Sunday at the Methodist church printed on your paper, it means 310.4t'i I I

I that subscription expires[ April ELLERY DAVIS STARKE FLA
Special SALE at Sternberg's. and while in town was the guest of your WANTED TO RF.NT-Typewriter.1) ,
I 1022 and that this is the lust/ copy 1 1Qmcmm1l11annIllClltQalWIIIWmmmmUlmQWWCaJUIDCtJI1)(1)CUamma
/ Mr. and Mrs. J. W. White. Mrg. Edith A. Summers, Lulu, Fla. I t
paid for. Subscriptions must bo paidin + : llmmlllmWllllllmmmmmmmmaxot+
Tanlac is the ideal strengthener and I
advance, If wish to renew _tic _.__ .
body builder for old folks. Turner's The many friend of A. E. Moitt you your

Drug Store, Starke. I will regret: to learn! that he is very I subscription, please send us $2 for a FOR SALE--Thiery( : argon, Milwaukee. -

I ill nt his home on West Call street, year, or $1 for six months. If you make, in (food order, a Imncain'
having sustained a second stroke of send! ut $2 it will be one year beforewe for eiiHh. Mrs. James Sliepard, Hoy r G
will Wednesday
The U. D. C. meet next I it >o
I dun again. 520, Rtnrke Fla. :"IJIifI : :as..
afternoon at 4 o'clock, at the paralysis Monday night.. you ,. ::4 ,

residence! : of Mrs.\[ O. L. Haynos.Mrg. i i Special SALE at Sternberg'. If you are a bargain hunter be nt I FOR SALE:-Tomato 'piuntH, 2"r PUT \, ?.I'' // ;* // r tea

the! big sale next Monday.afternoon.Itcautiful I 100, $2 per 1,000. l Fred Flume, "fI' *
A. A. Futch and! Mrs. Wm.William i Fla. 'jW[ I
nations members of the Starke U :; : -
nf. Hampton Saturdnx Twenty-one f '
-, spent
league of nations, have failed to paytlu'ir line of new !spring / X1 'Vr'i fEK < W4
hiiohopplm, ( and visiting friends 1 AN1'EO-M'ln with car to sell tho v.\ 7/7> j '
II I I subscription for 1!>21. Possibly I dress goods just arrived at K. I" best Ford. oil iraiiire mild $100,00per ',L, .",,J >v ,t d1 .;, ',f t tSy
jg" -
Stump's. Call and look "cm oer.INTKKESTINC 'I '
A\i' keep everything in staple! and they mistake the league for 1\ --news week and extra commissions 711'' t vi
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fancx ,croceries, but flour, plain and i paper I 1 ; LECTUKK: : AT THE I Accessories Co., 472 Graham, Denton TM03 .,;?

Hplf ,limn"; it our spc tinily. Peoples! GAIETY I. Harbor. Mich.POLITICAL j >
Grocery Co. Tanlac corrects stomach disorders, ) ._

i i strengthens: the nerves and restores!'! I I ANNOUNCEMENTS.Announce \ r

health through its effect on the appetite !lr. Carey DiHCUHHes>> "'ore..tryllIt: I .nu.ntn under thin hnnllnir. nut ..x.rrdlnR r :. i ir ix
Mrs. Anirie Sternburj is having new
/ nutrition of the body. Turners h'rK )Itrfore Attentive AudienceTo ono Inch In Icnirlh., (shout 7: wnrilmwill k
? fences built around her residence. corner I lio punllnhpfl from dote until thr prlniarvclvrtlnn
i Drug Store, Starke. In June (xrs, ,imythl.. at limn of t'
and Ninth .
Cherry of Floridians the Drat Iniwrtltin. _. '
09! per cent 1- __ .
I The Clarke ministerial union will term "forestry" is not understood, or 1I I STATE'H' / ATrOKVKY I > >
SALE at Sternberjr's.Mips To lion ,
'm..omllo Valero >f fclithth JmllolulCircuit
l i meet at St. Mark's rectory next Monday if it is, it is not considered as of I :

I at 10:00:. a. m. Rev. W. E. Dough enough consequence to be given a sec I hereby. nnniMinri' my .nIIln.y for tltn I ofBr. '
Alma Sapp, of Jacksonville, is : of Slatr'' Altornry or Ihs Klurhth/ JudlelYlClronll
erty will lead the discussion on "The I II ond thought When pine trees springup eufimrlNtnir levy Aliirhuft, .'...tn..m.t'ln"Ior. onw' 1kk.. 1
visiting/ her grandmother, Mrs. Mary 1lndfnrd Unlnn nml linker eount-i.
what's the
Church. I like weeds use
the ,
Williams. Great Need of MiiMnrt' tf. the primary tl<>ctlon of lone fl,
1 I planting or paring for them? t Y27. If u1ctcd' I 'promiHit: nn fitficifMivi. *nirwrtlo -
I and ccnmimli-lil tvlmlnltUrntlon; of the
The biggest auction sale yet will beheld Special SALE at Sternberg's.Among Yet when we see an old building nir.lr. of the ntTici. Will npnm-uitK, Ihs nup- It's not what pay but what you get for what you pay that .
torn down, and note the sounJncis of port of all ''''mrwrnU J. C. ADKINS. ,
at the Commercial Hotel, April I counts. The very best values ever offered are embodied in
other visitors who are hero the after fifty or sixty ITn of Jmllolul
I planks yearsof the Cltliun th. Elxhth Clraultt -
3rd at 2 p. m. It. thl* 'week to attend the Radcliffe service, we regret that such lumberis t hereby .nnotincft to ,thi citliwnt of the our genuine Edmonds "Foot-Fitter at $7.50. They have all
Wanly of Alnohtm. Diikffr llr.ilfonl, Flaiilr (
Mrs. M. E. Edwards, of Gainesville! ; Chautauqua, is little Miss Elaine not to be had now. Tho lumber we I !<*vy. 'utnntn and. Union componlnir the the comforts of an old shoe--no matter what the shape of

spent Thursday and Eriday with her I Wynn, of Hampton, who is with her get is mostly of second growth pine, data Klichth: to NiieemMj Jnillalnl myself Circuit lu tli.t Rt..,.I Attorney nm a cnndl-nubjict your foot. There' Beauty and elegance in their Style and

daughter) Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. ; aunt; Mrs. F. A. Scott. of little durability but high in cost.If I tn the la IHI action hold of un the Juno Dc-motr.tla a. 102J. PrlmnryKliptlon If ..iMit.ml More Wear in their leather They're designed by Style Exports

I turpentine men, famers and stork I prom'n* the Lmo .nvriri>tlo and veonoml- made in the Most Highly Specialized Factory In The

A. Swanbom successful truck Mrs. A. S. Hudson, mother of Mrs. raisers in the past had not treated our sal .ilmfnUtrntlon that I have rnrli-MVoretl to.
a mipolntmi'nt tn the
vivo nine my fill une Country and are fitted in this store by experienced *ale-
+ grower of Saxton, paid our office an J. O. Turner, left Sunday for Macon, magnificient forests of long-leaf/ yel pled form of Hon. A. V. Lonir.
A. a. CREWt!
appreciated visit Saturday. Ga. She was accompanied to Jackson- : low pine as if every tree had been people!

villa by Mr. Turner and his little an enemy, and through destructive TOUNTT 'OM'I'IIAlIONElf-Dl8T'RIfT' N. 6
I .m a eamlldata for county eommlimlonpr
For Rent-A furnished room daughter, Dorothy. i i, systems of tapping them for Rum, and of DlHtrlrt/ .. my No.. CAndldiu-y I. HmijforH In county tbn. ,eomlnir and hcrrhyannoun primary Price $7.50J.M.ALVAREZ

in the loreus house. See \V. E. burning them up when fires were set Jun. A. lttli.1. If nominated and ..iMjteilI .
Daugherty. :3-31-tf.: t Mr. and Mrs. B. Altschul have been to destroy the old grass, we would yet ",.,ml.. to irlv. my. .bwt enitriry. and attention
to the duties of acid offlc. and to rOTiritrfaithful
guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. Leviton have had good timber in abundance.The and "n.ot.nlloll' ..MlI... to my dl.t..a .- STARKE
and I varnmtly nollfllt the
Miss Emma Powell, who is teachingat during the week. They were on their primeval growth of pine trees port of all Democrat. In paid. diMrtct. aup- | ,

Baldwin, spent the week-end with way from New York to !Miami. cannot be repeated, for the conditions I n. B. KERCE.;

her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Pow- that made their growth slow, develop

i ell. Florida peanut and bunch velvet ing into tall, straight trunks nearlyall !

bean seed just arrived at Kickliter's. heart wood, do no longer exist .
Special SALE at Sternberg's. IJ'jt we still have a few Much trees left
Peoples Grocery Co. is what its and they should be protected from unnecessary

The natural, refreshing sleep of a name Implies-for the hard people work, who and injury and destruction. How Can This Bank Best
healthy body is enjoyed by those who earn money What is meant by toresrty, and the

take Tanlac. Turner's Drug Store, cannot afford to pay fancy prices Op- rouvssity of and benefit from its practice

Starke. posite and west of the depot. was expounded to those who were Serve You? r

SALE at Sternberg's.All fortunate enough to hear the lecutre I =
Miss Eflle Lnuramore returned to Special given by Dr. Austin Carey,, of the U.

her home in Glen St. Mary last week, goods fresh and as representedat S. forestry service, at the Gaiety[

with her Theatre last Thursday night Dr.
after spending a few days
Peoples Grocery Co., opposite de field of usefulness is the of the of
legitimate serving people
friend, Miss Ida Warren. Carey had 'a large number of slides, OUR .

pot. which were projected on the screen this community.If .

Mrs. E. W. Harris and little son, R. E. L. Wood, of Lewisburg, W. by the stereopticon. The pictures represented youjare' earning a salary and want to improve your condition in life talk it

Billy, of Dinsmore, are guests at tho his sister Mrs.F. all the more salient features
Va., who U visiting I
home of her parents Dr. and Mrs. J.HOW'S F. Stump, went out to Heilbronn of the forestry practice of the government over|withtus[ !A banker has access to many (facts which are not generally known

Springs/ Wednesday morning and wasImpressed also the evil effects of forest Uilliepublic.[ : Perhaps some of them may be of value to you.

with the value of the fine fires and indiscriminate tree cutting.
THIS ? Each The firsfstep the road is SAVE. The second is BANK
HALIVS CATARRH Jl EDICT: N'Ti::! will water. Mr. Wood is delighted with. picture was fully explained by on success

Jo what wo claim fr It-rl.l your'U By.''''iu I YOUR:SAVINGS. The rest comes easy.
'of Catarrh or ntnn" coo* .t.y."L'
tarrh. W It du rut i, uinmo.iU' u iur -'>i "I', 1nnr..u, i,. n t' ut..y C"Id:

0HAriL/S"cATARRtI:; : niL 1JICISF" : fa. a : ,.1.i ., n, "(",." il v ;'10! V. ...'. iin io'
'. amt, l* lnr-ju.n .mtr "Snv,.h'.7' -'u.anw'rhtad.nlWeYa 1 '
> .i.fj. t.
ll-iulil LO "" httc i ul .....1\0.\ 14cJ: dtsewDYfaY.tnv E.K. PERR !
the Bloo.1 upon II. MU.GUII nurl".o | 'uk. Latr: t V.' ''''
red-ieum tlvJ Uiltarmn- : : II';If.:" .1.-:1 Cn1T.:0'IC; ; dvuo rCIIU' \MANl
the him :
.. ..,. '' .
tlon and UMlutli.s Natrra. .J .or. ; 1It1H.MO": :";**' 'nr 5n| ah' rtnbbal.uDDfavc : l.
normal condition UI4 dl'*>t.t..,...Ynl MR ii a,. >-0?< ..&ri nutliniln4T STARKE, I i,
All DruimrigtJ clrtaiuri tree. l < k-toUi 'v olo _....n. NtJL.,.., ,.1":.o F. J. Cheney 4 Co? Toledo. Ohio. nfi.i> Mnte't thn.,,,-,,.a ?+.' 'ti.nlye. ytly, I
throw - - - -- _
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1'' t FRIDAY. MARCH 31. 1922


lra, _ _ _ _ --
t PAGE SIX _ _ ficient shade must be provided.
_ IX
I BENEFITS OF PROHIBITION I. POULTRY I I Great care must be used [n purchasIng

J f i, .,... I the breeding stock. Beginner,

A 1 ..............................................................."....-. ; I 1. Two( years of national prohib successful production of IJo\11- should secure the advice of some uxperiencod < : 'r'
reduced the number is the result
r- tion has try and poultry products friend or the county ajr WI

ers of alcoholic beverages from 20-( of skill, study and hard woik. Without cultural advisor.If .

r With The Bradford 000,000 to 2iOO,000; a decrease of 17- these business essentials' the poitryman ,' artificial incubation is to be pram< M

iB if' i noo.OOO' says Federal Prohibitic can no more succeed than t cun tired a standard make hot-air mach (,

Commissioner Haynes. n dairyman who refuses to milk hizJ chine should be purchased. This proferably

; County Farmers .\ I 2. Only 15 per cent of former cows or a swine breeder wha fails to should possess an electric far, 111

.I II drinkers are drinking now and these fatten his animals before marketir cantrolled circulation. Hot water

t. .... .. ...................... "_ I drinking but five per cent of the Florida offers the
................................_......... are The opportunities machines are not successful in Flor h.
i I quantity of liquor that was formerly) poultryman possessing aptitude anel Ida.

IlS{ 1 .. ) ( consumed. I total disregard of rising and settn) Ample shade and houses with good B

l C I'1 WITH IJOR- I be given soon after the young leaves 3. The same authority states that sun in his working-day, are manifo: roofs, solid north walls and cement m

: I''1 r'1 I" SPRAY DEAUX PEACHES MIXTURE FOR seA IS begin to grow. This should bo folio .K the entire drink bill of the nation haa Here he is nearer the great markets clay or shell: floors should be provided. -

; i I ed by two others at intervals of two I decreased $2,000,000,000 a year. Th than is any other section having so b

"' '' -- or three weeks. The faUcn leaves, What Men Admire Most in money formerly spent for drink hils equable a climate. Here Incubation.
I of clean water
I .t. Does your peach crop disapoint ;you I when practical, should be gathered I Women is Perfect Health I I gone into savings: banks or has been and outdoor brooding can bo succes A plentiful well-balanced supply ration are essential 'f

n" i every year? have you noticed black and burned, if scab is known to have I spent in legitimate lines for net-essui carried on every month of i the and a
of fully for mites band
: The
Sign Strength
ofj inspections
J covering a third or a half ; tho before. I and frequent
;j I. j scabs been in the grove year i commodities. here, with but little effort green
'm i ? This \\n peach scab- control the leaf case- Sylacnupn, AII\-"I wish the world year; week In lice and other pests should be d
peaches "In order to the
1 your | I 4. The year 1921 secondthe feed be produced every
I the to know that 1 say Doctor Pierce'Favorite can can be eliminated by
"freckles" or
sometimes known as bearer or other "bud worms" of the the healthIest here equipment made.
i its
Is worth regime was
Prescription prohibition the calendar year; roosts and; 'J
f I.j ". "brown scab"-and you should spray. I pecan, add' 1 pound of dry lead art weight: In gold. My wife was dow: in the United States, accordir: costs less than 30 per cent of the t expense frequently spraying acid 1 ,
mixture in fder I I with feminine trouble. She with crude carbolic part
at once with bordeaux tiate to every CO gallons of the bordeaux and out to figures submitted by thirty-sevc in establishing a nests
) to control it.Experiments mixture. Thus it la possible 'to Will!! advlBcd to try this medicine, so< necessary is a kerosene oil 19! parts, while lice can I
I j j she did< and it di<.11lPr more good: thai leading insurance companies transactIng plant in colder climes. each bird with a .'
\I j ''I in spraying scab have spray for two enemies at once. nil the other medicines' she ever took about 80 per cent of the life i rapidly developing state, and the demand be killed by

\ J been conducted on the horticultural 1 nm doing this in the hoptf that this surance business of the country. 11\-1 for standard bred birds and! teaspoonful of sodium ftourid.

-__ I !,1'j 4('r grounds of the Florida Experiment trees I COUNTY: AGENTS' REPORTS medicine wife."-inny li. M.help Jacobs.others as it dittuy I 5. The Federal comptroller of tho hatchingeggs/ has never been supplied If the above if directions he does not are followed purchasetoo 1 1

Station. It was found that Your' health is the most ,'aluableIIppet currency: is authority for the statement ,''Floridu'; popularity as a winter tourist the breeder he sufficient
before gains
sprayed every month in the year ha.1 \Valton-Three carloads of co-op you have Yon elinuld vrocl1re that more than 600 mutual sm resort creates a home market un- many birds

', l,I. 11 II I but little scab as was also the CIIIIP- I ratively bought fertilizers delivere this Proscription of Dr. Pierce I!! (from I. rigs: banks show gains both in numb surpassed in any other state and a I experience to properly care for
1 and Including druggist, in tablets or liquid, or will make a success of his poultry
\' I to your them
with trees sprayed up I This week, also 500 satsuma orang write Dr. Pierce, President Invalids of depositors and volume of deposit market which gladly pays a premium time is more
I March. The trees were sprayed evI : trees. We are using more high-grad Hotel in Buffalo, N. Y., !and rttceivi I luring' the last fiscal year. Prominent for fresh eggs! and high-grade!; table venture and no with pro-the

I I fry month during the year but at each I fertilizers this year than ever befor free medical advice. [ banks in every section of the poultry. Here good poultry pln.nt pitious than the present-

J : spraying one tree was left unspraye I country testify that prohibition has sites on improved highways and easily demand far in excess of the supply. n
In this way it was shown that the I Gadsdcn-Was ;called on to treat of Florida, read a ;paper on the future promoted the thrift movement m as 'Bcces'ibltf( to express office and local Now just a word in regard to the

e t i most effective spraying! could be done three sick cows this week. of our cut-over pine lands before a I shown by increased savings. I markets can be procured as low i iJ2.XOO asI quality of Florida birds. Perhaps the ,
March and April. Throup h I of college professors and re-I demonstration of Florida quality at
S during meeting I 6. Judge Kent Greene, president: ; acre.
I I per
: the dormant winter season bordeaux search men. In the course of his ditEussions I of the Washingtonian Home Associa I ofI the state fair November 12 to- 19th! ,
j calls for advice each stage
) : i l\Iurion-lIad many The, cost of producing
I'I !. At this
i mixture strength 5-5-BO) was use sot on spraying watermelons and toms he said: "Leading authority tion.: the oldest operating association I growth from egg through squab broiler : I inclusive, will be adequate. birds

In spring and summer a weaker toes. Was asked to look at and trc..t'' ay that the South has been the most I, )f its kind in America is reported to broiler frier and roaster to the exhibit, comprising: some 2,000

:i, 1\.\, tion was used, 3-3-50. The strong I with tick fever which 1 backward region in regard to both have said that the Chicago home i lit less well-managi pd I brought/ together from all sections of
four LOWS is on a
:" i ''j l'\I solution is not used, in the warmer I did state and private activity in conservIng : he only one out of sixty or more 1 I in I market Florida farm than in any other section I the country the Florida birds practically -

,,1 I'' months because of the injury to the I ___ i its forest resources. Public opinion I the country to survive and that i Its of the country. On Florida cot swept the boards.' This was especially

f'f'I' I foliage. This spray will also( help t to needs awakening. Our non-agri ilim patronage makes its future very the Mediterranean noticeable in such popular

I keep brown rot in control. Putnam-Many sweet potatoes be-I ultural: lands should be bearing one loubtful. nercial egg plants, of from I breeds as Burred Rocks, White Leghorns
Found laying at an age
at Florahome. begin
i gullets!
ing planted
r The characteristic growth of scab rop of timber after another Instead- I 7. The report of the board of char with occasion I Wyandottes Minorcas, Anco -
months an
I' of chicken five to six
market for 170 pounds I
\ on fruit is at first a small round olive I if being cut over burned out and ly- ties: of the District of Columbia for four months. These exceptions : I as, etc.-The Florida< Magazine.
; that netted the raiser 5 cents a pound I sxception at
: brown spot about an eighth of an Inch ng in waste. he fiscal year 1921! shows a continue undersized -
(, over local prices. No blight found i In however are
Later the spots turn said "Om decline in the population of the work:
1 \ in diameter. Continuing Prof. Floyd : undesirable breeders. SAMPSON CITY
i, Irish potato( fields so( far. Packing and and as
'a block and sprend out till they run ttgcthpr shipping of citrus fruits will be finished way that the farmer and fruit growe' icuse and other correctional and reform I There are four phases of the poultimsinesg. >'

o and form one big scab, cove before end of March. may help in making our cut-over land: ; institutions. The chairman) of To be successful the beginner City March 31.-Mrs. J.
S tag a third or a half of the entir profitable in future is to own and to he committee on reformatories and only one. They Sampson
should practice and
Jessie Jones
peach. The aide! of tho peach that I Is iroperly care for a sufficient area of I correctional institutions and others; ; W. Robertson, Mrs.
Madison-Spent -an entire day culling : ire as follows: of Windemerc attended the
... Mr. Ross,
and often crack) with "The most encouraging fact tobe !
attacked is dwarfed woods land to supply his farm ays: Plants Whei
l; chickens. I I 1. Commercial Egg movies at Starke Saturday night.
immediately beneath the epl and to fur noted in connection with the workhouse -
The flesh I ire wood and fence posts, he production of high-class eggs Is filled
of New River
dermis is green and bitter while the Okaloosu-Some corn has beet I iish range for his farm animals. Bj; I is that during the past year, ho primary object, the r.editerrnneanbreClh I Rev. D. Crews, here Sunday.

other part of the fruit is. ripe and here. : cutting out weed trees by leaving: the daily average of prisoners was; Minorca,, I his regular appointment
planted such as Leghorns, Graham and S. 1.r.ong .
of ,
sweet. Tho fungus which causes thi seed' trees of desirable varieties sufficient : only 208 as, compared with 334 the Andalusians, Spanish and 8 i Truby Dyal, church

scab may also attack the twigs causInir Pasco-Cucumbers are being mar to produce seedlings as needed receding year. This is the ]lowest few nconas others among which are Hoi : of Tifton Ga., attended

brown glazed spots, says Dr. 0V. iceted dally; watermelons and .toms. to take the place of older trees removed I u"iher recorded since the establishment danll. Hamburgs and Polish are us'Id. I here Sunday. business visitor

;r Burger, plant pathologist of th<' I toes: !growing nicely being sprayed for by carefully protecting seed-I of the new workhouse at Occo The popularity of the S. C. White Smith Varnes was a
Experiment Station. teh first three five tan, eleven years ago."_The Union : here Sunday
'\ Florida plant lice and nnthracno; corn and 'ngs during or Leghorn is greater than nil the balance Jones and Mr. Ross returned
Spraying should not be neglected, >other field crops up and looking good ears, which means to not burn the'' goal I in this class. Mrs Jessie after
i In to \Vindmre Snturdy, a
where scab has appeared ,
especially 'I foods he keep growing a perpetual -
t may Plants. On this type t of ,. and relative" -
Further Information 2. Meat I ','eek'1. :'si,* here with friends!!
previous years. Lake-More watermelons and cucumbers supply of material for hi-! I

': may he obtained by writing to the are being sprayed 1 than ever cods," and perhaps have, he mayave InnU.111: : : CoJ C a E3 1I1'3: !] plant the production of highA'radtable objec,", .
is the primary I returned from
at Caineaviite.I poultry Mrs. W. C. Hunt
Station for the E.BQ
Experiment efore. added a surplus an
I anll the breeds best suited are tho! Jacksonville after a visit there with
y in ig world. Qg of which the Light Brahm' .
I Asiatics
'onds and relatives.
\ PECAN LKAF: BLIGHTLeaf Suwannee-About 80 per cent ofout' I, Indigestion I gD 18 the most popular. Certain of th'nglish : Linwood Davis, of North Carolina,
watermelon, is up and grow- STRAWBERRY ,
crop }'I.ORID.AS THE which thlJ
breeds are awhile.
r blight is a common disease, nlx'eanq among is visiting friends here for

injuring both nursery stool ng. STATE Many persons otherwise Q orkings Orpingtons and Cornis,, I, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wynn attended

and older trees unless kept in check F'lugler-Purcha and distributed a rigorous and health, are Q fowl, are also( used and crosses of the, heir: mother's birthday dinner Sunday

by spraying with bordeaux mixture. imong farmers at cost material to Florida is in grave danger of beaming 1:2: bothered occasionally with gj| above with the American breeds. have I it New River.
,, who has had extensive known the "Strawberry produced excellent results. Mr. and Mrs. Carl McKinney of
J. F. Williams, Jr., nuke 4,000 barrel> as a Indigestion. The effects of a rj:
I culture ir too for the 3. Dual Purpose Plants. This i isthe attended church here Sun-
experience in pecan : tate. While it is early disordered stomach on the j Graham; ,
,. and who has to about its laurels a ** ideal plant from which to suppl
the Monticello section Santa Rosa-Charged one dipping'at citrus: industry worry J; system are dangerous: lay.
this disease I' what is likely a indlgesd a small town or an immediate neighborhood 1
is telling
spent much time studying Inoculated 35 hogs and forwarded there no 2 prompt treatment of V '
g, "' with specialists of the College of Agriculture. order of farmers for to happen if the present pace in strawberry a tion Is Important. The only aa with both table birds andeggs 1, DOUGLASS.DRIOGERS
a i co-operative I Instance medicine I have needed has the birds used on a dual purpOlle I
nNS. 1 University of Florida, has; production keeps up. For C as
this week .
? two carloads of fertilizers been something to aid dlges3 .
!. tho following to say about( It: : the Plant City district, which 2 tion and clean the liver," KJJ plant must be of good markcize The many friends of Mrs. Sara Duke
leaves tf hinted it might runIts and also good layers. The Amer will be interested to learnf
"Pecan leaf blight causes St. Johns-We formed a temporary 11 few weeks ago writes Air. Fred JLihby a aa I Douglass
? r turn brown, wither up and drop pre dairy association this week, the purpose I money value total on strawberries J McKlnney, Texas, farmer. Ela lean breeds such as the Flymout! I > her marriage to Mr. Mack C. Drig-

maturely. It can be detected first by of which is to get local dairymen up to half a million, has now moved, "My medicine Is ,<< .irks, Wyandottes and Rhode Is1an<] ers: of Macclenny in Jacksonville

Lt j 1 ,the appearance of small brown spots, nterestcd in co-operative work. the peg up to three-quarters of a mil- a I SJLACIM.MHT Redll: are used almost) exclusively i inthlll Saturday. ?

e which become larger until the whole --- on-$750,000. Looks enormous, does Thedford's typo of plant Mrs. Driggcrs' is a native of Union

leaf is destroyed. Duval.-Kings Road stock farm near : It? Well this Plant City output doesnot 4. The Commercial Hatchery. Inthe ''I Bounty. second daughter: of Mr. M.

i "Im ht is n fungus disease and is I )msmoro will apply within a few days take into consideration the score past five years commercial hatch Jukes!!, and sister of County Commis-
small seed, community E{ (lea have become a great factor iioultryilom. I I '
;Y' spread by means of spores, registration\ papers for 17 black or more of other Florida lioner Surron Dukes. r

like bodies. These spores are lighl: Ingu.s calves born on that farm since reducing and shipping strawberries In the mammoth incu' \ She has been our efficient {lo tmlsI ;

1 and are carried by wind to other trees, January 1. to i the Northern and Western markets for Indtcstll'And: stomach t1 bator8 on some of these plants as higl!I I tress for several years and her friends
'' ?! thus causing the spread of the disease There is Stnrke, up in Bradford county trouble of Rt nil. I bave all 200,000 eggs are under incubation I ire numbered by the hundreds.Mr. .

'.T. Taylor-Large orders for cowpeas Bradentown, Manatee Sarasota, t1 never tounm'.' ,ytblDr that at one time. There are several 01 \ Driggcrs! is a brother of Mrs.

n t "When scab breaks out In a nursery' lire being made, in anticipation of alarge and goodness knows how ninny more D( tOllcbr-1I Draught.the I r It like tn broken flack- Ie_ thelle plants in Florida. Their prof L. A. Duncan anti C. II. and, Boney(

should be taken todeStroy huge record for bp.l'ry. .. ... 1t8 I are derived first, from the sale 01 He has purchased the G.W. o
t d or grove, measures hay acreage this fall. towns, all with a doses alter 11. For I/o lone DriA'Jterjl.
it, as a tree makes no progress output so that Plant City's two C time I tried" whIch grip. Qed gold chicks, shipped largely/ b; Alderman home in the west end f

ft after being attacked by it. Escambia-The Brockman packing) miUion quarts that have brought Inso and dlulo. ire the good parcel post, nnd second, from the lIallof md will reside there.
k .. leer LiC1
for this disease actual cash $OIO5.07 ,- results R' OrauJht: t one-pound chicks, and third, fron! The Times wishes them much hap pi-
lelvInll' in
"The best remedy plant> has hall its formal opening, i far this season medicine is to take! easy 11D
x is to spray thoroughly three times a large barbecue to which all Pen- !J are not the sum total of theberry to keep, In ". alto.:" CM I an r incubation charge of so much'peSK ,, iess.-Lake ..Butler Times.

with bordeaux mixture, using a .1-4-5C) acola were invited. This plant Isnow industry. It would be idle togm'9I Opt" p" e from your i \ for custom hatching. The man

; .1 solution. Tho first application should a market for Florida cattle and at this season's total from all =j drnrglst! to. Ask for and ::: Cement of these plants !il; rarely i[ Blind men are fortunate. They don't "

IOKS, filling a long-felt need. parts of Florida, but J mst! for the funof 10.1I Insist upon edforc1.the Q breeder and therefore secures egg'' ave to worry over the prevailing

s 1'ilos Cured In 6 to 1.(1 Pays r estimating, it might/ be safe toplace !2 only genulJII. CtI I from the plants of fanciers not toi style: of dress.Don't ;

I '' Dtu'gl- n ".i 11!ronivy.I If Pt'l.QINTMCNTrm''' IOW LONG WILL OUR LUMBER: tho grand total at more than amillion Get It tt.r.r" 13Cg i far distant.
r in mm...',In' liti 1 ,i.,,..I'Uuil I I' ."1.\ln: :1 alone<<1'.it''"ut* pn I'wniillnill'tunIn 1 Vftu Mil m'r J SUPPLY LAST? dollars for this one delicious BM r.JaUDCCr2 I There are three methods of poultr; worry over critlcsm. Only
. ... I
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:,. CALOMEL: GOOD; BUT Raging fires and unrestricted methods .--- -, : I 1. The purchase' of hatchingwhich egg

\ AWUFLLY TREACHEROUS of cutting timber are bringing, ''u D SCCOcbAOfLet7dtlOQ43tktDhk( .' ,+tJ'!JI s '- ( can be incubated under a brooding A good story teller is not always

: perilously near the time when we shall COFFINS & CASKETS; .! !I hen purchased locally. This is the I as good as his stories.
a r : STA.U\ : NUS; EXPERIENCE economical method.
lumber trees.
1. Next Done. May Salivate, Shock Liver have no high-class 'f)
''' Or Atla.k Hones The warning has been sounded time And a FuU Line of 2. The purchase of day-old chicks. The more viol:
ik'f. and time again by those who have L r c,>(cA.r*' Supplies This Is a satisfactory way, providedthe sweeter the kiss! at the end.
',' .. __ I
'k, You know what calomel Is. It Is mode a study of our forests. Com- Can you doubt the evidence of purchaser has had experience in

M f Calomel is dan missions and board and committeeshave AUTOMOBILE: HEARSE thin Starke citizen: ? the care of baby chicks and brooding! :Many a man Is better known to
mercury; hand. The best ser
r1; Alwayn on
ircrous. It crashes into sour bile like been appointed by congress and .
t :. dynamite cramping' and sickening state legislatures and various civic attention to telegraph or- ment. 3. The production of hatching eggs

I i' Calomel attacks the bones and i and public welfare organizations to m. Registered Embalmer.DeWTIT I Read this: by means of standard bred trios( or ''',ouble never bothers some people.
c' you.
should never be put into your sys study the situation This they have O J. UrltlLn prop of grinding mUl, pens. This is the most satisfactory They don't recognize it.

., (1.:1;::11: done and their reports have been C. !ONESSTARKE i and cotton gin, N. Walnut St., Starke method of all, if a high grade lied: ;it

4 r. tem.If feel bilious headachy, constipated made; but the fires still rage and the says: "A few years ago I war having to be established.The Keep your best foot forward but
: '
.! you and all knocked out just go methods of cutting timber are !still un FLA II I I considerable trouble with my site should be carefully selected make the other hustle to keep up.

; druggist and get a bottle ofDodson's restricted.In back and kidneys. My back became always having in mind accessibility -
:1; your Liver Tone for a few cents the lull which has followed the sore and painful and It dlJn take to local .markets and express fa Some people are the butt of ridicule

m 1(0 f which is a harmless vegetable substitute great World War men have taken A TONIC much to cause It to twitch. I felt cilities. Adequate drainage and suf because nothing else fits them.

r ?, for dangerous calomel. Take a time to think and meditate. This great drove' Tasteless chill Tonic restores! achy and sore In every muscle of -
5: l'. national problem of forestdepletionIs Energy and Vitality by Purifying and my body and the way my kidney
and if it doesn't .
t} S: spoonful commanding prominence in Enriching the Blood. When you feel Its I acted proved they were In a weakened
better and quicker than nasty ,
I took Doan' Kid.
up condition.
t calomel; if it doesn't start your liver the minds of thinking men.Ien of strengthening.Invigorating/ effect,and lee how how' ney Pills and got immediate relief GENERAL INSURANCE
It brings color to
''i s without making you sick, you just go foresight and action are preparing to then Boon the trouble entirely disappear
) demand that something be done to it improves the appetite you will of the HAROLD C. WALL
back and get your money. ed. I have had no recurrence
its tonic value.
Don't" take calomel! It makes you stem the tide of destruction and startmanmade appreciate complaint since.'' *
q" forests to take the placeof Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is simply Price 60c, at ill dealer.. IJont
it a
sick the next day; you Iron and Quinine suspended in syrup. So STARKE FLORIDAFIRE.
laid oak for kidney remedy-get ,
the God-made ones long since limply a
Liver Tone straightens -
Dodson's pleasant even children like It. The
p, s' you right up and you feel great. low by the lumberman's axe. needs QUININE to Purify it and IRON to Doan's OrlOLn Kidney bad.Fills Foater-Milburn-the same that Co LIFE BONDS AUTOMOBILE

No salts necessary.. Give it to the Late in February W. L. Floyd pro. Enrich It. Destroys Malarial terms and Vtr. N. Y.

children because it is perfectly harmless fesor of horticulture and forestry of Grip germs by its Strengthening.. Invigorating i MIn. Buffalo.

s. and cannot salivate.-Adv-65 the College of Agriculture, University Effect' OOc.

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FRIDAY, CU 31 192:.
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GKAltAM: )Everybody expects: to get busy when ORDINANCE NO. in. I'lant of the City of Starke." Florida.!. 1 j jAnalnM. 10 I M. Slatrunk and J. M Alvarei bo. and they 110... or the Town Council for tho D ue yeas ofmiMMiiInK 1
I I DE IT HEMKMUKKKU!': that at an adjourned I am hereby appoint! InxtxaWni. and T. N. .. tliu return of unlit election andrelarlnit i''
Rood, times come, and good: times are mertintr, of tho town council of the town ..____ 136,000.00 Bond for the RE. Kendrlck hereby appointed. Clerk of ICkrolinn thp neault' thereof and! to tranaaatny "y
Graham March 31. -Mr?. Autumn awaiting for everybody to of Starke. In tho County of Bradford Smle CUNSTKUCTINU AND EM. MICINll. to conduct tho Maul olectian In accordance with other, huilnoM that may como before lhaTlIC I
get busy. of Florida, held on tho 22nd dny of Mnrch of the Wnlerworlii and Klrctrlc l.liiht t the rciiulreminte: of tna Banaral law of tlwSlulo t,
Voungblood and children of Waldo, I A. H. li'UJ, at Ita rntular place o! moetimc Plant of tho 1'0or "N4rkrFlorhb_I \ I of Florida : ::I\I'\ .. .. 11'111O'U; >A INICD. that natlwt ,

wore bimmuHs visitors hero Monday. Some people collect In tho Town of Starke at elithl ..'..Ioek p. m., lie It further ordoJnd. that a Siwilal Meat- aald ,.I..t ion ihall b* given. which notlaahnll
never the
living then bvliiK the followinv nivmlior of eoniiuit of of thla oralHnoo
tha publication
I "preHeni further ordnrod 'thnt the pulU nhall -
Da It ba the la
of tho Town Council and
A diiunhtcr was born to Mr. and the world owes them. The courts nald I rouncll. towlttS be opened for. volinK and cloned' Ilk mi"dente. Inn : some In n m'wapaper. pubhHlwii In Milil Town
A. Uryan. U .J. RrlfTln. n, C Jonea, J law of tho Slato of Florida. hi'iiby' culled ,to (U. held on Iho Jiid duy of ..f Slarl, thirty dote prior to d.... of dab I
with lha iieilvml
Mrnil! :,' McKinney. Monday, March too lenient. ''w, While.Ab .1"\ I) 1U2, at the hour of Km! In a'cluvk tlen. unit II hall hnv the word itraooiiin*; Ua
'rnt.: F. Collvy. fallow "rlpeelal/ Election Noti...."
.!Uth. At lof. certain prnceedinaa son. hat lie it further ordained, that 1.Soull and I', M. ithout further nutlca to tlw muM llo It fuithor nrdnlnod. (Ihnt thin ordimmoaxhall

Mr. Johnson, of Loul.se! was a bus- Why should a young man hesitate among which, were the following.Councllniun ) ho In full foreo and snot from and afr -
S. A. Ilryan tmwnted a cer. t. It* pannage and approval.
fovea caller here Monday. and stammer when he pops the question I lain onlinance and moved ita atloptlon. and! KEPOKT SCHOOL FINANCES IHiWHT C 'ONICS.f'revlili.nt ,
Iliennipon Coutirllnian J. W. \Vhlta aumndrdl,I IHiiid
Truman Dyal of ZilT, was visitor ? The delay. is often exasperating motion to adopt laid ordinance, and aid ,ttiwt : ..f the Council

'l'utlday.M'I.lIrs to tho lady in tho case. I motion being. then and there put to the vote 15KADFCKD COUNTY ('. A, FUTCII.
hero !
I of tin "Ayea" and "Nnya," and lint roll l>einucnllod Town Clerk
Truman Dynl of Ziff/ and iiaid ordinance was unnnlmouely adopted FOU TilE I'EHIOD ENDING UECEMItBK: :31, H!>:21. Adopted by unanlmnua vol'. of tho Townounoll
,' by the vote of all the counctlmen nrvaent.rncli ( the Bend day of Murch. A. l>. 102.1.
Bob Surrency spent Tucasduy at Newman's It don't pay to let your temper get of sold counriltneiiotinir "Aye" andthere The followlnit report of the recelpla and dUbtinementa of the fund of BRADFORD ,, O. A. FUTCII.
lake fishing.E. the best bclniz no mow "Nayit." which ordinance COUNTY for tho iwrloil rnilinu DiHi-mlvi' ,II. 1H81. with the bnlnncoa and Hinoiint of w rr"nt.luutaiidlnu SKA: LI Town Clc.k.
ot you. The other fellow IN 'in tlii' word and fluurui following. I Ito and a atati-nivnl of thv aMfW and llabllltln. and the value of shoot property of : Approved' by ma this the 2Hh day of March I
J. Murrhee made a business trip wins by holding his own in check. -wit tAN lhr nald Urailford County Nil rrporti-d" on the Mat day of Dee.. IVSby the County. Ilimrd of A.: [;. IUP9 l.
ORDINANCE: FROV1PINO FOR THE 'ubllo Inntrucllon and the Sup.'rlnU'mli-nt. of Vubllo In.truction to hereby publinhnl undo rlharovlalon I L. A. DAVIS. JR.
to Sampson Tuesday. Why do people any that beauty Is CAt.UNU OK AN ELECTION HURMir- of Chapter 6X13 of the Law of Florida. Acta of IYIM1.1CRNEAT. ll-6l-4-l'! -:' Mayor.NOTICK )
Messrs. Tommy Oldham, Charley skin deep ? Much of it is only smeared THE 'H'F. TION OK ISSU1NU THIRTY-

Thomas and Frank Reynolds were on the surface. SIX 1HOI'S\ND 1K1I.LAR.S 111,11011.001 l ( General School Fund1I..lIory OF KLKCTIONBy
business visitors to Hampton Tues .'LOIUI>A. FOIt TUB HURI'OSK\ OF RBCONSTUlICTlNa l.nlnnc.i July 1. 10J1 __ ___..__.____.___..___.___ 1.323.12 tin power veiled In them by the nehuolnwH
High[ AND ENLARfllNl! Hitiitandlnii a..arrante. lime and current July I. ll'l!! __ ____________ D2.HUl.litl of the HtHto of Florida, tho hoard of pub
day. living Is often tho cause of n THB WATERWORKS AN1 EI.KCl'RIC lo Inatrurtlnn of liradford. manly Kloriiln.lereby .

Jesse Ogden was a visitor to Ziff low death. l I I.U.HT PLANT OF IIIK CITY OFSTAUKE Ned duOolt July 1. 1021 __ __ .__ ___.._-__..__..___._________.._ 80.D78.Hfl order election' to l h" held. In thn folnwlnir II'l
FLORIDA. dletrlrt on tho 16th ilny of Aprtl. if! '
Tuesday. IT KCE1PTS: FOR THR SIX MONTlISlTnx IIIJ2!, for tho iHirpime of elt>ctlnir three trimcm I
I liE OliDAINKI, by tho Town Council i
and di-tcrmlna tho of
amount nullauo toM
]11 r. and Mrs. Simmy Thomas were Don't set your mark too high-un- .Vlorlda.of tho Town that there of Burke.ahall I be Bradford held i In tho County laid I'n>m eolli-clor.' ,lax... _____. ._ ..._.................. ... BIMAA( nmomied : y '

business visitors to Hampton Tues les you have something to enable '1 Town of Starko at the City loll on the lit Comptroller reilemp'tona ___....... ........... ......... 1HU.17 For Ihn l purpiwo of 'holding mild election In
you dny of Juno A. U. 11122. a Special Elocllnn Comptroller om null l Ixz __ .____.._..... ......-...-._. 1,260.2(1( Dinlrlct No. K, HUrlie, I Infollowing nuinhave -
da,. to get there without assistance! from :] In accordance with the provision of the con County .I..""" bootleg liooiuea. ............ ..._....... iM.tlll ease A. fulfil. T.ben N. .Kunilrlrkror appointed. : A. II. Jtihnn, C.
: Mlitution and lawa of the abiltt of Includlntf .. . .__.. tun,
Messrs. Wiley Kdmomlaon and Dujr. the other fellow. Florida. J U Davli A Co mxiininre' u. .- -- in Iho nf holding add citation In
I Ibfrs Chapter. N... 8H4 Alnclum and ( 111)' collntit, county Ina 2HI.OOKankK. 1>1.1 rlrL N... Lonic llrlilui.
gar Jones, of Sampson were visitors II I I inn l.eKinaturo; Speelnl) : of LeKlnlntion Florida I for em the it brl year. "An 191U.act lie-toI loan ._._ ...._.__d .._.__._._____. 8.8M.OO 10.SIL'. 10Muklnir hnvo 4.been. appointed : thv 8 C.followingintiHKiira Crew.

here Wednesday night. Asquith, English lecturer, considers ;I I amend Section Three of ChapWr4U., Acta duflcit ..._.__n___.___. ................ 6J.tnfl.71 Uliy Manly and H. f. Uonfroo.Kor .
of 1HII5, a* amended. by Srctlon One of ClmpUT the purpoea of hotilinir iinlil eliotlon in I
Rev. Alfred McKinney is spendingthe prohibition in America a farce, 8X1,2. Act of 111(17. "It ntinnded h)' Chai>ter IISBURSEMENTS FOR THB SIX "' Iii.pndd lntrict No. 7. Itrooklyn. tho followinutnnn- .

week here with hisfamily.Messrs. but the thirsty are ready to the 11777. AcU of 1013 entitled "An art to fleClare irerH hnvo born appointed : ,1. I* I'adiiett.
argue ,, leicul the Incorporation of tho Town oft ler 8thee.huSnlnrm 'ivd Clnvoraottlo and R. C.: Hoiborircr.Kor I I
' ] Truby and Irving Dyal question. t btarke, in the County of Hradford, tneorpornod i>f tearhrn _____._................ ._.. ...___.. 10,421.,10 tho puriHMin of holding aald' election In oJ
under the General Lawa for. Incorporating. cl- Kepdlra to buildinu ____.._............. ............ 16fl.HO 1 llDtrlrl No. U. fine Hill tho following' manuora -
were business visitors to Ziff Thurs -- 1 1 tie and townit. and to provldo for the lamilna Furniture "''' _'''-- -___.___. ______ l.H.dl hove been .appotnU'd' Alton tirofn. 1.W. I. ;
rOr.w"11'gstclwsa. 't.- of 'bond. by sold town for the purpoeo. of ea- Inrlilentall, for ichoola .. ____-._.-.-._....._.............. IO.&:! I'lnhiileU-r. unit A. I) Hurrancy.
day.Willis I tablliihinR a ay.U-m of Waterwol-ka, SewernitaI tipenara .f AdmlnlatrBtion For the pothers of hitldlnir aaid election' In
Youngblood, of Louise, walt rertprei vitality an ,mn, hv turlfytoji end % I anil' for Illuminating Ptirpoeca.. and to seats Salary 01 upnrinlenilen ......_____ tOO.00 nintrlrt, N.. 10. Vandorhllt thn following r
'i ,lchl"l! the blooi' v .mfre'AyatnOeprw. a Kourd of I'uhlio Work of nul.l. Town :i" laid IVr dli-m and mlli'iuio of member- o f U.urd ..._.....__. 140.20 manager hava born a.lnt.d i F. M. Norimn -
' here Saturday on business. .vle,,,,, i Special FJiMition' to drtvrmlno the quuition of Innlilentali for board and >uperlnUmentlrlntmic _____ _____._. 12K.2\ J.. I>. ( onttlil; C. Alvarei.Kor i

business 1 i. IwumK .Ml.Hlo.00 IximlM of laid town for the Hnanolnl tatoment ..................._.____ 8.011 the pnriMMo, calil rlnitlon In
Bob Surrency was a visitor NOTICE OF MASTERS SALE inirnnao of R."'?.. .'rusting and Enlartiinic tha !1'rlntinir __ .. ___-__ _?....-....._____. -__-__.___.._._* 11711" Dlntrlrt N... 11. (Irahnm. the followlnit nmnnuen -
Waterworka and Ghwtrlo Lluht Plant of tha .... ...._._. 21..114. have IMH-H iippolnteil. Janu Kcynoltlii,
to Clayno Friday. Hereby notice linw
I.I irlven Hint under and by town of Starke Tin I ion for euunly impll. ? I.. (J. Hinlth oil V. .
virtue of that certain Ann! decree of fore.eloure Florida.HE Intumt __ __ __ _...__.___....___....___.___-_.____. 9a19.0UDrIrNWINI > FOICIC.For .
Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney and mado by the jiidire of the Elithth Judicial I IT FURTHER (Oltn.MNF.I, thnt "'.,n,1o lIIom'y _____...._____...__.___. ___...____ 11.:1:1&.011In..t : : the purpov- of holding. mtlil vlvrtlon In I
children and Mesdames Irene Thomas Circuit, of Bradford County. Florida, In j I Iniued In purauanra of sold election ihall be aul'alta 1.101 _____.._...______..._ ..._n____.__ RUU.I/11./ 88AlLeUYet irtrlot No. ]J. New Itlvi-r., the. following\
dnted. July 1. 11122. In dennminationa, ol One mxnsRrn hav been nptiolnlwl : O. W. Anlnw -

spent the weekend at Mounteocha chancery A. D. 1022 alttlnir, In favor, on of the Annie nth day E. Pettll.of Moron Joined ThounHml Dollnm ($1.000.001) each and aha'l' : di'llcll Deovmber 81. 1BS1 _____.___.._.______._.__.___._____.__ 117.7111.80 .. For.., the l U. W. Kelly W. M arkor..
be numbered and mature a* follow .____ __ plirpow of hnl.lmv ../lil election In t
Pi-cembor 111, IU1!!
with her parents. by her huiiliand and. next friend. A. M. No*. (Roth .WHrranU ouwtnnilinii, tune mid current u lntrlet No IR. llellhronn. at Ilellbronn .chixi| j
IVttit. a* complainant, and airnlnit Florenta *. the
) of Brooker Inclusive) Avureitntlnir Maturing balanca UMcmbiir, el Iviil ._....... .... .. .. 1176.7 lotiei followm mnnaKera have .been np.
Mrs. Charley Kelley, Froymunth and Catherlno Froymuntht hi* I tu 2 J.OOil.Ol( July 1. 1111:11: IKMilUiry. ---- ---- ---- lolnUil' : N. l>. !fern, Drew Umlcli.h and J. F
wlfe. aa defendant. 8 to 4 1'. "I'armenter.
after July 1. 10J6
was shopping Saturday The undi-raiicned, *a Special, Mauler will offer 5 to II .>.flm>.00 July 1. 1I1 17! 11ECAPITULATION OF REPORT OF SPECIAL TAX DISTH1CT For. the pllrlHKo of holtlia said election In ,
noon. for sole in front of tho eourthouie 'In 7 to 8 $2,000.110 July 1. 192M Dlntrlot N... tN. Hrm>l Starke. Floridn. dllrlnit tIp, lecnl hour of sale 0 t 0 10 (2.00000 July 1. HUH' FUNDS 15KADFOUD COUNTY FLORIDADECEMHER Kern hnve been appointed I (,. If. Coleon.
Mr. and Mrs. Truman Thomas and on Monday, the l I'I day of May A. D. 1022, it tu ia $j.nooon July 1. lu.iu 11. T. Onteen and J. C. Cone
children of Ziff were callers to Clay to the hlKheflt n I beat: rilddor, for canh, the 18 to 14 $2,00000 July 1. 10H1 :31 li)21) Fur "'" purprwa ot holdlnit aald eleetlon In "'
fallowing. deiicrlbeil properly tiltunted and boo IS to 16 (2.0(10.011( July 1. 19'IJ: lletrlot N... lift, l.awtey.. the following mon. I
no Friday. Inir In the county of Bradford, and .tnle of 17 to ix t..ooo.oo JOlly 1. LYNN; ..in-rj. have boon aii|".KdwanlaJ., II. Moore. ;;.
111 'to 21) (3.00000 .1I..wo and W. H. : '
Floridn to-wit: July 1. 111,14: -
Miss Ruth Smith, who is attending LolA /C and 7 of Rlnrfc 2H, a* per plat of 21 to 22 (2.00(1.01)( July 1, :'UI'M12A A I Uf 1'rlrtlNo"Y7".... "' nerlthn l Hald election In
school at Lake Butler spent the week tho town of Starke and John addition thereto to YI2OnnAO July 1. lvl2n Nxtn1 following, .... ..
to 20 (2.000.00 eosin Mve h..n anlroinuNlt, M VxrnM
July ,
containing one-quarter of an acre more orIOM. 1 i. I IM9'I ; U..nry
end with her parents, Mr. and lifts Aliio lot Number A In Itlock. Number 2R 27 to 2tt (2.00II.IO July 1. 198B .. hmwn an.1 J. I Wynn.
20 to 30 (2,000.00 ; For !h purlxrx "' n"l'lnw. .| ...ld eli-cllon\
July 1. 1IHO: h In
In the ;
E town of Slarke ofaid
a* or plat .
por mnp .
Smith. .
Charley 81.' 11
town. 81 to 82 (2,0111)110 July 1. 104D M hJi '" '. "' Hoalor *ch Iho ,
HI: to 84 (2,000.01) July 1. 1041 I followInK! mnnaicer havo been nppolnte!
Mr. and Mrs. Simmy Thomas and A. 7.. ADKINS.
o 89 t., 8A (2.1101)00 July 1. 042 H i JamM <1.."1'il>". J. K. Ibieier. and Jn*. Ko2141414 ", {
son, Charley, spent Thursday after E. M. JOHNS., for Complainant., Siwcial M""t.r.S..lIot..r Gt. Roth principal. and Intereet ihnll bo pnyablo ,.; .3 p I Ire, R
In Rold, coin of the United Statoa of Anu-rli-a J A WIGOIN' .
noon at the county seat on business. of thn preiicnr atnnilHr l of weliiht. and Hnenen .. = Arn.uery.
Messrs. NOTICE FOIl FIXAL DOCIItRGE OF ADMINIHTR nt tho Hanover National Hank In the tf ,
E. .T. Murrhco[ Irving Dyal
TOK! City and Slato of New York. Intervxt nt tho .. .. .. I .-. NtiriC' Of APCI.(CATION KOH ".< X OEKIJ
and Roy Roberts were visitors to the In Court of County Jud...o, Hradford county rote of nix i IHT centum (6 per centum) l>orIInllllm. I a J! .11 i UNI' KK HKMON: in OK TIIK '
State of FlorldiiIn I naynblo xrml-.nnnnlly. (. .IIAL HTA1UTKH
county seat Saturday. ro-eetato of Alva I R. Rildney, di entied.Notice UK IT FL'HTIIKH OltDAINF.D that tho Hereby 1i
la hereby iciM.n. to all whom It may foim. of hello to bo wed at naiil Spralnl Eli*. j i i ) i ,purcluMer notice f'tax' I.I irl\en that It: .\. Weeki,
concern thnt on tho lut ilny of Mny V I>. lion iliall he nubnlanlially In the followlnir .Mpnotivelv, lain rerllltoalnumbered.
Tho fellow, () who exerts nil of his 1 1022. I lhall apply to the Honorable R. A.Clrwn form to-wlt: .$ a', A 117. 1LM: 12(1 and tab burned by
judue. of &nul oourt, n* lodge of probate, OFFIClAt PM.I.OT .; ,, x IIe rulldh I'ertmcmtea i colli-rlor for Iliii.llWd' l6ntlrllh. .' .. *
strength in the beginning finds plenty for my linn! diMchante All admlnitrittor of thofltnte BOND 1 LFC'1'IONM TOWN W STARKE. E I July. belnit tinted d 10 y'of '
A. n. (-no.! bun ,
of dust ut the end. of Aha It. Riidnoy. ikveniiKl : and that FLORID! I i III 'd! all oerllllitau In
Hold on the Ut dny of June A. D. 1(122. my oiricx. amt) hen made, appllvnt'on'' for ta
at the name limo 1 will pioHont my anal account J ] I.I il-eil. *
,.H ndmliilHtralor of sold catate. and Mnko n crocl-mnrk (IXl to the left of IhuproiMinillon i l old to N.IIO In ai-cordnnr with I..", Tha

Some people, lire both wise and farseeing AHk for 1 their March( nppmvnLUxWd 1. A, I" I In2P.SYILLIAAI I to indirnte the rlther way"For"you dealro or "Aicnlnut to ...te. HO n* 214.411 BO.M -193.110 -71.1h --- U.iA 'lowlnv oertlllcnle hind, In rnprelKHymlre Uradr.ird, cniinty, Florida tha' hrl a,,-
: B.flti IHI.81 100.no 108,84 eon 1RBa11 owned. at, the dote of LAn Imunnue aald'eertlllenti
Th.never advocate r 2HO.0[ of -
( Iving'the If. R\r>NEY, For nfl.Ollo.oo Porn,4. for 'the HRrON.SfKHCTINO : OM,6I 441.64 73,12 <* In tho .
614.1111 811.00 \ .
047.01 I .
218.74 rrapectlvely
AdmlnlHlrntor. Enlnlo' of Al\n II. ICndm-y. 'Itciiuiid ,AM FNLA: N41Nrl: of IDx,14A nnrtlcuinrlv'
his net
devil duo. 42011.40 8.71 60.00 InR,1R forth I".wlt'rlltlo.'p :
1 3-.1lfit-4-N I In- Wnterwork and Eluclrio "
XX \ H08.12 13,0:1: 711,94 11'2.111' ('. No. 117 emhrne,.* Nnrlhwext.

-w .r.ew..n.w, ..- 1.llIb'l II 804.no] 13.6S 13.94 U3.1I1 Uunrli.r: of Northwnt gentler H,'.. 8. 'rp. I
7 I Mil 40 23.4M 80.011 80.0\:\ 0.00 110,111 N. !It. 21 I I K. 40 acre*. amtvucd J. A. limn
'"" K 207.BH) 8.1ft 88,00 11u 1U4.DC, (.rllflcal..' N... .IJil emhraciWet Half" of
It"J." : ,r .v. t : a l7. t\7"R; 11[ \ Routlu.ant
m o 100.741 23,86 n.oll 88,011 B.OO 184.111III I4imit<.r of Soulluant Uunrler. !S.' .*
8 8.UII| .1,81 U1.GII SIlV1 J an.ai1IIU4 M1. I'll. .0 8, It. 2. K.. 2U aorea, xxxroxad'Allna
II 2011.15 72.111I IHO.IIO 41,117
12171.62/ | )X.62U4A11 41\,11" 40.011 177,11 No. 12R embrace Kioit Half lOt
111 221.1101( | 8,001 11.821 I 130.001 8n.ONI 1 I 9.61 Norllu n"( Ounrter of Snulhunat" IJimrter, fIt'e. 1
I'' : 111.x\:\ 100.41 170,1111 NNNIIVtlII in.Hn II. Tp 0 H, K. 1J K.: lit ...n... a.*eaed Un ,
I" IaOtlYl 10.00HI 02.11"" 8M.18 H7.8:' 10,00 ((17.11;: known Y
I" IM1BAOI \ IIM.IIII 11.M 71.42 47.IM (vnini-nl. No 101 nnibriico belt at SW
I 17j i 8".8M 46,81 80.00 SM.04 I unit /Cor of Houlhwot Quarter' uf Norlheait Ouarler -
Commercial I"., 70.4111 128.00 MIH 111.87 1211,011 74.(III and run K: 871 ff-4 ft., N SOU ft, W oil
1"1 74.0111 I 31.211 1111,07 I 76.52 A.fL H aoo ft, to In-if In .1. M. Johns, S.U'.
!Ol OnU.60 1.00, 121011\ 12.t1I 173.6\1:\ 1 1.0"II HIV nt. Tn, M H. II. 22 K., II soma aueeieil
2414.112 I 7211 08.CIII "Jt' I 1111.2ft : T. K ll.'inlnuwuy
2 427.ftJ .xf,, fll.lIlI IUH, ( A7tl.111 i I ALAA'I Cnliii laid. certlllruti-K ilinll l I." 1 I. nextnroonlbta !
17f1.1411 321.71 82.40 21111H IRM.4ft! 821.71' tj. law 'Inv di-vd. will i 'mmn
P/ 2146.1MI KII.1I7 614.27 211K.7R I > rem Ultli dny, ..I April. ,V I u, ISIJJWflm
r ,
I IIn8.1141.In1 18'4"/ I I 47.111 1.1oR.17LM1D ** my olflclal xl lifnature ....1 end till*
fob Printing 20\\ 2H8 BHI 10.01)) 4.71 112.IIH 190.91 10.DO Kill ilny of March, A. !>. 1022.O. .
2411.114)) 011.014 1211./111 HI.IIII M7I W. ALDERMAN ,
. 2IA.7IIJ' 20.4-1 "",110 1111 811! 0X51 Clerk Clrault Court,
2.// 301l.M|/ LAU( 110.0\1\ 12K,78 10aOK 1.811 I 19.x1/' llrndfortl ('.."nl.. |'|1..
Not 167.fl61| I 16.NIi( 7.82 Ily C. A. KNIIilir,
811 110.421 2lann 90.01N,1R 178.UI/I/ 2BHU l>-IOt4 7. Deputy Clerk.

|7.2I7.7.'I| 2.\1I7.u:\ f 1.IIIR.4111 2.246.2"1 2.3:12.021: 7,798:9xi"lalil"1911:' l 2.11127111| hA7610 MASTER'S: BALE

Notlc I la hereby, iclven that under' and I by
RECAPITULATION OF REPORT OF SCHOOL BON, INTEREST virtue of that curtain final deere of fore
ffloauro made' and entered on I'Yhruary 27. A.
AND SINKING FUNDS, BRADFORD COUNTY n.I 1022 by Honorable A. V. I"", ,,. edge of
ihe Circuit: Court In and for llradford' county,
DECEMHER 31, 1921 rlorlda ,ln that certain ram wherein R. .

I .. Wlhon la complainant, anil Alden Hilton
----- -- -- ---- -- -- -
Kate ((earner and Clarence ((earner, and Mary
..... K. Coon, are dufitndnnl, : ; the tinderHluned: will. +
1 otter for ala and will{ toll for eaih tn tha
-. iri'r .., hl..h...., and beet bidder. In front if the court, ,,,
CARDS a home door. /In rltarke. Mradfarl' county, Mur.Ida. /
: r. II on Monilny the Ned day <>rnrll, A. I>.
i ; h w "'G IU22. diirmil tha Irual" hour of .*le. fur thepurpoie

POSTERS :1 ... q. t.. :; of *atlfylnaald (sent decree, th*
tb, ; ee followlna real etnta In Itradroril county,
w: ri .!! rlorlda, to-wlt
The Northweat Quirter of the HoilthwMtQuarter '
/I ENVELOPES "': 3 :; "
J of the Hoiltheaet Ouarter of Section
8 .:: A :I w 'I hlrly-four (34): ) Townehlp Six (14.. Houth. ,
BILL HEADS '1 "J "W .. be c Knnue Twenty-two (221( F.xxf contalnlnic. ten
l F iii ;Q.. (101 acre, rnora or Inn.
; :; a I! I J). K. KNIOIIT
' 5 : r&? +1 .!: a .!I Special. Mnu-r. in haneery.
';' NOTE HEADS 7 tit 11> a A 8.j s a tit": J K. K CEUUVMAN,
m n, o D Kollrltor for Complainant. 8-N-4t.*-*
.. -.. a i .. .a ... .!.
WINDOW CARDS a.. o .; .;; I .. :I !S nw ..
j .. 1
I 1. : ; .
101 In Clrault. Court SlaU. ot Florida. ....'hl.
'' SHIPPING TAGS 9 3 I .. a .8 y S 'g Judicial Circuit llradrord County In Chan

::7. r8 I .. .3, 9O G V ux 3 I ,. I .Gi3NI :i! eery.

T.RJI ,2H4.uB30.00on| 87.60| T716.84| WO.nUr 37 60.10.000| | 7,11441| iiii.i W. E. Knl At. .
LETTER HEADS 221 I IAM1T.ON| H.OOOI 1/R 19.11 1440.001) I H.dOdt | Complalnajit.General '
21 1231.811 eBxn./14,1X10 i : | 118.H0| IM1O.I/oIo4.10| ] lU.OOll] e/119'1 23HX a ra \
93R.MAS .. alDefendant.
'CM1| | 2, 9 .H I1I.OOI( | [ ) 17.5H| 8'IO.OO[ ]11.pool BM1NA.1/1 M. Dennett .
23U.44.17.S1I) Ul: [4,000| 8 ,60|1/78,1A I 101.6Y,620.OO NU 70| 87 IO|4OOIlM[ 7M| YIN 4" It aptiearlnir. by. affidavit appended .., the
hill 'Aled In the ahove elated eauee that W. J.
ASSETS AND LIABILITIES Xahnlner. the defendant' therein named, .le a
non-reeldcnt of the itate of Florida. and hela
a n-eldent of City of I'lttahumh. In the.
ASoMtalGeneral .taU. of I'enneylvaltla, and /ia over tha age ortwentyone
yean ; It la therefore ordered that
School Fund aid nnn-realdent defendant tw. and la .hereby
required to appear to the bill of complaint
flalanr ciwh In depoNitoryUneollectod .. 'n_.._. 97<17, filed In aaid ....*. on or "before Monday, the
I...... aurrent year. -. .- -- __._..____._. 19X49.79Special Bed flay of April.. T>, IOn2 otherwiee. the al.leiiallona .
of ald bill will k* klm.u
Tax Districts by laid. defendant.
It la further ordered that thla order. .be '/

Talanca nth In depo IUryIJneolleeted __ 1.87/11"/ pulilliihed once a week for. four coniieaiillveweeka
t...*. sumo year -- ---- --- .. .- -. .. ... ._ ___.__._.: //1,6111 fill In the llradfonl County Teli-itraph a
Ilulanca caeh In duitrlet bond fund __...._u___.. IRYnU'L/ newnpaper puhllnhed In aald county and utata
BradfordCounty Uneolleeted ta.ea Includlnv orrnt year -_______.. .__._______ 8.7R4.lIt Thl. March 1. 1.220.

Total u ._ __ ._. ...__..un_.____._.______ ._.____ 411.287.011 ((8'"n C'I..II! '" "" "".Si1"1-.
n, C. A, KNI..
Liabilities t). E. KNIOIIT. 1..ly Clerk.Bollcltor .
fur Complainant 1-3-Bt-J-ll

General School Fund
Warrant outatandintt for. lurrent expenie .__._ ___ ..... __ u__.... in,HID Oil Ifereby notice ,la ..'lven that we, the under 1
Time Warrant ouutandinir "- -.--_ .--- .._ __ __n_______._ AA,0110.A0Speclal luned ....mml..I..n..... hy virtue. of that certain
decree of ale made and enter"*! by the
Tax District Funds jiidfe. of the circuit court of llrn.lfonl. county.
Florida. In chancery on February 27 I LNJ'l, 'n
Warrant outatandinallonila - .n ..____.... 1.110 i III thnt certain ........ now prnillmr In ald wren. ,
7 outatandinir __ -_ u _.. ...._ 84.011000) whi-rein. Martha I'arrlnh et al, are complainanw. .'
elegraph Warrant outstandingbond fund No. S ...___.___.___._____ n.t and Kduae l_ ...,.,.,." et al. are difendanui .
will olfer for nale and will eel) I"

Total __ ---..__.....___ __. 154,1184.11 the hliihrat and .beet bidder for. eaxh In front.
of the courthouoa door /In tltnrka. rlorlda.. ilur.In
tho leaal bourn of nale on Monday, the
VALUE OF SCHOOL PROPERTY ,1rd. day of April. I"'J2. the followlnu deearlhedreal 1

eelata 'lylnn and .Min, In Bradford county. ,
STARKE. FLORIDA General Florida, lo-wlt i ,
South' Half of Norlheaet Quarter of Section
Krhnol houae and lot* ... .. .. -_____. .._..___ -. ____ ___ 10ll.0M.0 81.. Town.hip Seven South. Itanva Twenty i
Rehool farnltiire __ ______.._..n__ BAUn0A0 oar l-"'.
.... Lunn ml :
Behool Other I aehool anp.ratu.. proo.rtr .: -::::::.::. :._.:::::::::::::. _::::::. .:::: /A10A.Ip: .n.I M.M AI.V INMAV.\HKf..

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FRIDAY MARCH 31, 1922.I .
---. -- -- ---- I the normal beginning I Practical jokers are :seldom ,r
with relativesMr. Don't forget
i of last week here
I part '
.. Sunday at New River. > tical when the Joke i is turned ,
n :' J. J. Thomas and Jim Cason of New and Mrs. I. W. Pinholster spent I next :Monday April 3rd.
Gainesville Mrs. J. D. Baxter was on the sick them.
i: River passed through here Saturday Thursday afternoon in I
Messrs. J E. ClenmnB and Claude! list last week.D. ---- ------
one-eleven enroute to Lake City. i
| Dr. King, of Lake Butler, was ir Crosby spent Friday transacting bus- W. Kei'',., of :New. River, was in The dignified man and wumai ,h"
i town Monday. an alibi when they fail to do h
ff'f I f our burg Tuesday. mess in Starke. j
cigarettes 1 Donald Adkins was attending to .! Several from here attended ser'ireI Miss Inez Abernathy entertained a duty. It Is beneath their dignityA

: busincs in Starke Tuesday. Swift Creek Sunday. I II I number of the young folks Friday
1, P f'f'i' i I I i Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Warren ol I i I Mrs.: John Surrency and children,,, '.night with a tacky party, given at the wise man never turns the othc
1 I (.a&.nn j I i I Raiford, passed through our section of Graham spent Sunday here at the i iI i home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. P.M. cheek. He gives no cause for the

Saturday.Will home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. : :: Barefoot. first awat.
Warren, of Brooker, passel ,I,T. Osteen. I II Music and games were enjoyed, and
through here Saturday. 1 H. R. Brown, who has been visiting I also a contest and several puzzles. TO THOSE IT MAY CONCERN
W. M. lodges of New River, passed his brother, L. A. Brown for the past Mona: Andrews was awarded the prize --
I -1( It I 't through here Saturday enroute U ]week, returned to Sarasota Sunday. for being the tackiest girl, and Lewis Those Individuals and association,
1 of Starke,, I'I'I the make their announcements in the
I Wateroak section.S. | Miss Marguerite Shriver Shriver was given the prize as who
Z I I Bl'RLEYFIFTEEN C. Crews was attending to busi spent the week-end here at the home tackiest boy.Refreshments. Telegraph of events to take place are
, ; ness in Starke Thursday.P. of her parents. II were served, consist- respectfully asked to confine them

S. Crews, of New River, was ir I Messrs. S. V. Andrcu, T. C. and A'I ing of hot chocolate and cake. Those selves simply to short notices with
ViRC.INLj our burg; Saturday. A. Hazen and Lucian Hazen spent a present were: Misses\ Lubedia Pinhol- out enlarging upon the same.
P. B. Crews was attending to business few days of last week at Putnam Hall I ster, Clara Cone, Edna Baxter, Lottie For business reasons we have tc
in New River Saturday. fishing. I Gainey, Blanche Crews, Lorene, Eu- make the paper as Interesting[ ; as possible
... Ury Johns of Pine Hill, was in our I j L. A. Brown and family were visitors nice and Ella Mae Hazen, Mann and to all. Our subscription list for
burg; last week. to Waldo Sunday. Leila Mae Andrews, Virginia Weeks, Starke and vicinity Is small compared
Mrs. J. L. Johns was attending tc. I Pine Hill Lodge No. 9, F. & A. M., I, Stella Mae Ward and Inez Abernathy, with the entire list, and, those subscribers -
! bualness-in Lake Butler Saturday af I will hold their regular meeting next) Messrs. Marvin Hazen, Lewis Shriver living elsewhere cannot bi"
: ( I ternoon. i Saturday afternoon at the Masonic !! Claude Crosby Roswell and Orville expected to be interested in Stark

i Adam Tyson and Jim Linsey, oi I Hall.Mrs. I I Ward Pitt Harry and Grady Baxter, matters that are not of special m
iP ?; Tew River, were in this section last I : T. B. Parker and daughter h o- i Truby Pin holster, Alvin Clemons, Ray ment. The eliminating from the n<'
:::::: ) Thursday. I ogene, spent the week-end at LaCrosse I I I Andreu, Ralph Hazen. tices of tirades, for which the pape\
Little Mildred Renfroe spent part i at the is not intended, will not make their
I school :Sunday;
Sunday every
Iii of last week visiting+ her aunt, Mrs, I I. W. Pinholster was on the sick list I II church promptly less effective, they are valuable ac
H t. Mary Thomas, of New River. part of last week. I: Missionary Baptist news, and it will save us from having
;"' 1 Mrs. Rachel Tyson, Mr. and Mrs. I J. H. Sowell and family of Coatcr i I at 4 p. rn.I to blue pencil superfluous matter. Th

f In a new package that fits the pocket Tucker Parnell and son, Florence, Joe I Pond, spent Sunday here with relatives I I l Save the pennies and you will have space thus saved in the paper we car'
,,1 At a price that fits the pocket-book- I and Dave Tyson, of New River spent I I more dollars to squander. utilize for items of general interest.
The same unmatched blend ofTURKISH. I Wednesday in our burl.I / I Mrs. J. W. Surrency and daughter, ''
] .VIRGINIA and BURLEY Tobaccos I Rosa Johns, Avy Renfroe, Maude ;of Bradford, were here Monday morning -
] : Crews and Ruby Mae Johns were visitors I ,rlsr
to New River ,Saturday after On account of some important business -
,. ; z:::; I noon. Prof. Shaw was not able to begin -
::.!:: PIFTH AVE.
"' *111 HXWVOKH. CITY Among/ those who attended the par i his normal here Monday but will Je-welry---
i I : ty from here Thursday night at the be here to begin his work Monday,
''d I home of Odessa Melvin of New River April 3.Delma. I
: were Ovie Rivers, George Rivers, Surrency of Graham spent
i 1 LONG I BRIDGE Adam Tiston, Howard Thomas Gerald Grafton and Dondee Adkins, Everett I I part of last week here visiting her Wathesall sizes in Elgin, Waltham WristWatches
Grafton end Clarence Adkins, I Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Os-
Renfroe, Joe Moody. grandparents and Ham- ,
1 Waltham Elgin
and Everett Renfroe.J. Omega, ,
Avy l
Long Bridge March 31.-Mrs. B. F. I Mrs. Lloyd Clark a resident of this teen.
Renfroe Is on the nick list thin week. E. Adkins and S. C. Crews are section, fell dead Wednesday March I The B. Y. P., U. program will bu ilton. Some Eight day and Nickel Clocks as lowas

.' J. E. Adkins and J. L. Dowling mo- picking strawberries now. 22nd l, while at her mother's home at carried out by Group one next Sunday $1.50. Watches 1.50 up. Community and
tored to Starke Friday.Mr. People of our section are busy with Guilford. She had been in ill health night. An interesting program has
and Mrs. Smith Johns are re- I their truck crops such as tomatoes for about six months knd went to her.I been arranged and all are invited to 1842 Rogers:Silver. Ladies and gents rings

cein ? congratulations over the arrival I watermelons etc. .. moaner's home about four weeks a' o I ittend. Miss Clara Cone, leader.P. solid gold. Lavallieres, Neck Chains 10 and 14
;: of a son, born March 21st. J. E. Adkins was a business visitorto In hopes of regaining! her health. She j M. Barefoot and J. W. L. Pin- karat hand made. Some small gents watches,
h Starke Monday. leaves a husband, four children and a holster, of Pine Hill, spent Monday
Grafton Adkins- and George era
spent Saturday and Sunday at Brook- Melvin McKinney, Wateroak, and host of friends and relatives who have ; afternoon attending to business maters suitable for graduation. Stationery.

to. Iva Hodges, of New River, attended the sympathy of all. i iBROOKER in Starke. Fine Linen, cheaper grade all prices. Pocket books and
afternoon. '' Willie Mae Oliver, of Pine Hill, wasn
here -
school Sunday
Denzil Thomas, of Miller, spent Saturday Sunday A party was given; at the home, of | here Monday afternoon.R. novelties. A lot of Flash lights, batteries and bulbs alwaysin
I evening here with friends. stock. Razors Gem and Eveready at one third
I W. M. Thomas Saturday night.AmonR A. Weeks spent Monday after- Saftey ,
home A peanut of Mr.popping and Mrs.!was II.given O. Rivers at the those present were Ruby Johns, Leona Brooker, March 31.-Rev. Woods ioon transacting business at the coun- the regular prices.! Spectacles, Eye Glasses and Goggles.A .

Monday night. Among: those presentwere Moody Denzil Thomas of Miller, preached at the Free Will Baptist ty seat few: pieces of Cut Glass at reduced prices.
Toward Thomas Donald Adkins and church Saturday and Sunday.Messrs. t Lubedia Pinholster spent Monday
Mr. and MM. Leon Renfroe, Mr. '
John Pinholster and Mon- hopping at LaCrosse.
Adam Tison.
and Mrs. Miller Johns, Mr. and Mrs.
P. S. Crews, of New River Mr. and Garold Adkins was a caller to Lake dell Ceylon, of LaCrosse, spent Sunday D. D. Thomas of Ziff, who has been U. D. MINER, S'T ARKE
afternoon here. cry/ ill for some time, was able to bein m
Mrs. W. M. Hodges and children Mr. 1 land Butler, Saturday. .'
Mr : Lacy Jobns and children Missouri Hodges and children spent Allen Surrency, of Bryceville, spent town again Monday. ; ""mm "!IWmIl>1illI 'IfB'r'' mexnggrg! liiAlAUuuu"'n.n.n'u_

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Ih1 G1'11/4u,M t CENT SALE ., .("I.,

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: Next Thursday, Friday and Saturday '.

t UI April 6th, 7th & 8th I

WHAT IS A ONE-CENT SALE? It is a sale where you buy an item at the regular price---then another item of the 1

same kind for 1 Ic. As an illustration: The standard price of Klenzo .Tooth Paste is 25c. You buy a tube at this price, and by ,

paying 1 c more, or 26c you get two tubes. Every article In. this sale IS a high class, standard pIece of merchandise, just the same ;

K ; asve sell you every day at regular prices, and have sold you for years.

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; t, ,1 A Few Of The Bargains .

: g R ; Liggett's Opeke Coffee, one pound 45c, two pounds 46c. '"

;: ? t'' Liggett's Chocolates, Orange and Gold Package, one pound $1.00, two pounds 1.01.
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Cascade Linen Pound Paper, one pound 40c, two pounds 41 c.

Liggetts Ceylon India Blend Tea, one pound 50c, two pounds 51 1 c. .



1'' Next Thursday, Friday and Saturday, April 6th, 7th, and 8th

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