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: April 7, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:02119
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Rosenberg Will Convert Carter .Louis .Fernandez Lois George and Jan.

Radclilfe Chautauqua that closed Building Into Theatre I', The board of county commissioner lion. Robert W. Davis Announces Hi, Crop Will Bring in ;More Than ({uar- William Brownlee Head List $

last Friday evening met with the of Bradford county, Florida, met pur Candidacy to Succeed Clark I ter of a Million Dollars. -

unqualified approval of the people of Sam Rosenberg the enterprising I suant to adjournment April 3, 1922, The Radcliffe hautauo.ua not only '

our town. In fact, it was so satisfactory owner of the Cash, Department Store with the following members present, Hon. Robert W. Davis of GllinesI The strawberry shipping season in encourages education from tho platform .

that it was decided to have the :Starke and other stores this, to-wit: J. Brownlee, chairman; I vile, was a visitor to Starko for a few tho Starkc-Luwtcy section probably; but it sends' a school worker two
over '
chautauqua here again next year. For state, has shown his faith in Starke W. Andrews, Jr., II. P. Gainey, .J'I I hours last Saturday morning, and, reached its he-ighth during the pusweek days in advance, who goes to tho

this season there were sixteen citizens II. Hill and James Reynolds. I while here announced I his I'anclidru'I I when nn average of about 1,000 school and tells. the children charming : -
by acquiring several pieces of valua- i
who signed the contract, but twenty- : We property. His latest buy i is the Minutes of last meeting read and for congres to succeed lion. see-I crates per day havo been forwarded tithe stories, teaches them guinoti aid;

four hours after the chautauqua dosed I approved. Clark, who has represented the Northern markets. The athletic test: and, offers ribbons of
there were fifty-one citizens who i Carter building, one door west of Notary public 'bond of F. W. Wil- ond district for the past eighteen' price received by the growers, including ] honor to the best writers of a short i
Griffin & Johns store Call street..
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had signed for the chuutauquu for This building will be converted into liams presented and approved.On years. Judge Davis is one of the most f. o. b. sales and! returns from history of the town sand best map of I

next year. This wonderful increaseof theatre and will be occupied by J. C.a motion of Commissioner Gainey widely known and beloved men in I consignments, has not been less than the United States. Miss Emma Pierre '

guarantors shows conclusively that Robinson's motion and then- Mrs. Martha Gatlin was placed upon Florida, and the announcement of his $10 per crate, which would' bring the was the school worker here last week.

the Radchffe Chautauqua is all and tricals. pictures pauper roll and ordered paid $3 per candidacy will be received with approval i gross receipts per day up to $10,000 The beat short histories of Starko I

more than it claims to be in the way month. by a very large number of the I While tho acreage! In this section I and bent' Jimp made by students in tho
Starko is, at last, to have a thea- I
of promoting the community spirit. I tre. The Carter building will be extended Upon motion the name of Mod E. citizens of the district., I was very much: reduced by the drought elementary depiu-tini'iit' and high j t tI

The chautauqua strongly advocated I north the entire depth of the Thomas was ordered placed upon pauper Congressman ( llIrk IM in WaHhing-\ of lust full, it is estimated (that the I school department' of the Bradford ,

the community spirit, and many of the I lot 105 feet and stage large enoughfor roll and be paid $3 per month. ton and no statement has come from i crop\ will bring In a total of at loasl High School were oat' exhibit in one 1
a ,
citizens feel that now is the time to I I Tax Collector appeared before the him since tho announcement of Judge\ I' 150,000.: : A number of growers will of the windows of the Consumers .
plays presented in provincial
get together and put into practice this I any town will be- built a with board and requested extension of thir- Davis' candidacy but it is supposedthat I' receive above$1,000 per acre from Lumber Co., with n cunning! little

spirit in regard to the school term.j equipped ty days for the payment of taxes, he will be a candidate to succeed their sales. cliatiituiuiuii tent in the rear Miss I "
and the .
:Money is needed to run the scenery necessary machinery.This and upon motion same granted. I himself. Others are considering the Two weeks remain of the northern Pierce and two business men of the
part of the work will be in chargeof I '
month more, which will complete thu Mr. Robert Demorest, the well The commisioners then proceededto matter of entering the nice and it now,, shipping season, and tho Easter: market town judged the result of this contest,

eight months term for the B. II. S.. known theatrical when he select 305: names from the registration seems probable that them will be a is to bo supplied in the meantime giving blue ribbons for the best in ., ;

Patrons and friends of the school are returns in the full.manager: 1 books of said county from. the lively campaign! in the second l district Berries' for the Easter: market will bbought I each department, rod ribbons for the

requested to go to either one of the For the movies, there will be a large I several election precincts, and furnish lIon. R. A. Green, county judge of \ during (he first four days. of( best In grade, white ribbon for second V '

banks and leave money to help continue silver oi list of names to the clerk of said Bradford county, and n former member next week, and it is expected t thai I best In grade: and. pink ribbons '
operating' room, a new screen
the school for the eighth month. A the invented board as required by law. Said names of the Florida house of representatives good fruit will bring fancy prices.iKLKCKApirs for third best In grade?. ,pIn
lately concave pattern
committee will wait on the patrons to be written upon slips of paper and will probably] enter tho race, the "History Starke"/ contest, ., .
will be installed and the auditoriumwill
to be deposited in a box by the clerk and Hon. Guy Gillen former state '
asking their help for the school. Get be furnished with comfortableseats. ; : HONOR: KOI.I Louise Fernandez, n senior, wrote the
in ahead of the committee and leave and sheriff and from said box the senator from Columbia county, also best in tho school, and Lois George, of 1't

at of the banks. names of jurors to be drawn as prescribed has the mutter under" serious consider thu eighth
your subscription one Thus, through the enterprise of Mr. Names of Thoxv Wh Paid Siihxrrip. grade, wrote tho best In

To attend some schools over the Rosenberg and Mr. Robinson Starke by law. ation. I ion During !March the elementary department James

state, the patrons have to pay monthly 1 There being no further business,, In announcing the candidacy of William Brownlee mmlo the )best freehand .
will have a theatre good enough to en- to meet the first Judge Davis the Gainesville News of ,
tuition for each child. In some map of tho United States, In the
gage the attention of the theatrical *" It. I D. Griffls! J. J. Colson D. 1' Carpenter '
Monday in May, 10! _. April 1st hud this to say:
counties as much as $10 per' month is elementary department, and Louise
profession well as a movie show J. T. lIil'kl'Ir"! N. Ii. Hull
G. W. ALDERMAN, Col. I fhertV.. Davis, known for '
school student Fernandez drew tho )best in
paid for each high and ono high
that will be up-to-date in every par Clerk and Auditor. years over Florida' a* "Our Hob," has S. J. Norman, C. A. !Ilirt. 11. )Kerr,, school. Others who
from $2.50 to $:< for grammar school won ribbons aro
I ticular.] Not only Starke people, but mmlt the announcement that he will Mrs.! Annie E. Ward .1. \V. Chapman,, 1 follows
and primary pupils. fly taking a as :
gen. lovers of stage plays, whether real or CHICAGO A CITY OF TERROR bo a candidate for Congress( from. thl'I'cond W. I. Davis, !Mrs T. P. Wall L. M. On "History of Starko "
oral collection Starke is striving to :
I pictorial, in surrounding towns, will Congressional District of Florida Stokes, Mrs. V. TO.: Sapp, !Mrs.. I D Lung'
give all children an eight months be pleased to know that their desiresin A. F. Murrhee C. II. Jordan Mrs. D. Thomas Llmbiiugh, first honor ((11)).
..Corrupt Judges Allow Criminals to i which office has been held by thl'renowDl.d I
term without resorting to the system Isabel Fernandez first honor .
satisfied. ((10)
this respect will noon lluimlenV..
I Rule The City Frank Clark for the post D. Dyal, Miss Addio W.
of charging each pupil separately.IT Clara Shepard first honor .
Work of remodeling will soon begin 18 years. Word, Mrs. (). M. Alvarez !Mrs. W.P. (1)(
Helen Uiimon second honor ).
Archer J. II. Moore\ Mrs. Nellie
The announcement that either ,
WAS A FORD Have you become a race of yellow macro Hamilton Hitch, third honor (!>}.
U. D. C. MEETINGMrs. ? This tho question hurled Frank Clark or "Hob" Davis were going I. Sears, A. J. Hodges, J. I,. ('onwuy
men Frank Curpentersecund honor ((8)).
to in public has. always Paul Engel F. J. Puttee C. R. Crews,
Wire Entanglements Fail to Disable at the citizens of Chicago by Chief apear \ Katie Hello Green, third honor ((8>.
O. L. Itayncs entertained) the Justice Kickham Scanlun at a meeting drawn a packed houHe, and what will!! K.': W.: Rosier, Jos. Bolt, N. I 10. !Malhts,
This Flivver Ida Hill first honor ((0)(!).
W. T. Weeks Chapter U. D. C., Wednesday leadersto it be when the newspapers announce M. M. Hale, C. C. Melvin W. E. Jones ,
of law officials and civic
!Mary Leo Wynn, second' honor ((8)).
Early Saturday morning a stranger afternoon at her delightful: discuss to combat the throt- that Congressman Frank Clark, candidate : W. M. Knlch, J. C. A.lkins, J. F. Grlf-
means I.m-llo Johns third honor ((0)).
came to Starke in a car that limped home on Water street. tle hold crime has upon the city's for re-election to Congress: will ; flu, J. L. Peek, J. S. Blitch, !Mrs L. A. On !Maps of United States:

along slowly and painfully. lie came The vice president, Mrs. J. M. throat. At the meeting these facts peak and that he will be followed by Davis, Muck Addison, !Mrs. W. B. Beatrice Howe first honor (0).

up Walnut street from the south. Ev Brownlee, gracefully presided over I the lion. Robert W. DavlH: who aspires Parks, R. U. Parmenter, Drew Red ,
were emphasized: second honor .
Mario -
Manning; ((0)
ery time the wheels! hit an obstruction the meeting and Mrs. W. J. Epperson bribed tt his office? Surely no !>ml Criminal court juries are ;
.J'I !Mary Leo third !honor ((0)).
the car bounced with a noise as acted as secretary. The Daughterswill convicts take jury scats when businessmen ing in Gainesville would be silo to E. Adkinn. !Mrs. J. C. Terrell, A. I vynn
second honor (
Robert DonioreRt
if a corrugated iron building was hit entertain the veterans of J. J. service convicted hold the immense crowd. that would Griffin, W. E. Torode, W. K.: Webb' Sl.
dodge! ; gunmen V'erlio :Sapp, third, honor (RI.)
with a brick, for the springs were out Dickison Camp at a dinner at the and murderers walk the streets unmolested gather. C. R. Cooper, J. A. Levy, Mrs. S. 1 F.Hamrick .
!Leila Sapp fourth honor (((8)).
of commission. When the driver saw I Juanita Cafe on Memorial Day, April and scout the law; habeas Lifelong friends. former ]law ,partners II. S. Edwards, B. \F. Flnlcy] Isabel Fernandosecond, ,l 1 onor f1 0))

an uneven place ahead, he partly rose, 26th, and Mrs. Geo. C. White and corpus writs arc prepared in advance always fighting t I for t the sama I J. W. Biidling/ ]H. C. Varnos, Charlie first honor
Fcrnunduz M\fh
I Louise ,
leaned on the steering wheel and Mrs. W. J. Epperson will act as hos- anti writs are issued even before the principle and always on the Memo lid"! Smith, Will F. Smith 1Ir"1.: M. ,

groaned, at the same time putting his. tesses. A committee was appointedto police can get criminals to the sta the announcement uf Col. David/ has Dennison, I. W. Andrea, Florc.neeI I notion).

left hand to the small of his back. A clean and decorate the veterans' tion. come like n tornado from a clear sky. Illoodsworth, D. W. I I\ -IIv, R. A. Green Florence n.ll, of tho foe Hh grade,

fence post was dragged behind the graves at Crosby cemetery, namely: Jurors admit they fear to give: a Friends and admirers of both men are R. II. Futch, S. T. :Starling/ T. T. deserve" hoiiorublu mention for a well

car by a strand of barbed wire. Mrs. S. E. Brownlee, Mrs. L. A'. Davis verdict against criminals, as their dumbfounded and practically no ono Blackburn, A. Swanbom J. B. Rowe, colored map.

The stranger drove up to the Fire- and Mrs. O. L. Hnynes. homes and the lives of themselves and will venture nn opinion, on the sub !Mrs. L. A. Davis. Jr., I D. J. .Juhn"on'l

proof Garage: and requested! Register Mrs. J. I'\!. Mitchell was appointed families are jeopardized. Certain lawyers ject. Mrs. J. O. Luke, A. S. Strickland, n'l CLASS SOCIAL 1

the proprietor, to come with chairman of a committee to decoratethe
are known to be conspirators --- J. Alderman, O. B. Moody, O. C. Canon -

wire nippers and cut him loose. ThegarliA'e auditorium for Memorial Day exercises with murderers 'and other felons; II. II. S. HONOR ROLL! FOR\ SIXTHMONTII R. I). Bowar, G. W. Hinnon, Mrs.G. Saturday evening the members of

man found the rider imprisoned and Miss Olive Ray chairmanof judge are turning loose murderers B. Culson, B. Y. Saxon, W. II.Biggs Mrs' W. J. Epperson's Sunday school

by a string of barbed wire, wire the school flower committee. The and lesser criminals on writs of habeas W. L. Summers, O. W. An- class entertained the junior boys of

was wrapped around the axles, wheels, Memorial Day program is in chargeof drunken orgies: staffed: 'First JradL-Chnrles Henry Mc- drews, Chcsley Fogg, J. I.. Stephens. Mrs O. G. Cooper's dims, at tho residence -

steering gear and the springs ,In big, the historian, Mrs. J. T. Moore, of in the corpus criminal; court, have followed Millan, Willie May Brown, Marguerite) J, L. Harrison. of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epper .

close coils- and a couple of strands Lawtey. East Madison street.
I acquittals of alleged murderers. Prevatt, Freeman Wilson, Margaret on
,, had gotten across the headlights, till Delegates to the state convention in Chief of Police Fitzmorris has Brown. HAMPTON Tho young people enjoyed games

it appeared to the driver that he was Orlando the first week in May were sounded the warning that the city is Second Grade B-Mary Brownlee, and contests, and boxes of homo-mado a

running into a wire fence all the time. elected as follows: Mrs. L. A. Davis, Minnie Starling candy were given as prizes. Easter
Sam Hope Haynes, ,
\ on the edge of chaos. The work of Hampton, April 7.-A daughter was
and assistant got Mrs. J. M. Mitchell alternates, Mrs. carried out In the
Mr. Register an ; Marie suggestions were
, Fenella Snyder
) F.ttFay ,
, is undoneas
the police department being born to Mr. and Mrs P. J. Pearce last
fi busy with nippers, "undoing" the car. T. C. Morris and Mrs. J. If. Carrodine, Brown John Inman. Miss Olive Ray, decorations of the parlor, lilies, roses
. fast as the police can accomplish !Monday evening, April 3rd.
When it was finally free, Mr. Register of Lawtey. and rabbits being used.
anything, he said. As noon as a juror teacher. Miss Ethel Hunt the weekend
asked the traveler how he came to get During the social half hour Mrs. has been chosen, agents of the crimi- Third Grada-Louise Howe, St. Elmo !- with friends and spent relatives In Mrs. Epperson, assisted. by her

\ tangled up that way. Haynes, assisted I by her small daughters nal trust get word to him that if he Struth, Hazel Adklns, Etholin) Starke. daughter, Miss Iris' Mary Canova and

"Are the drugstores open yet? My Sara Hope and Georgia, and Mrs. White J. O. Turner, Jr., Richard Long Gussio Mao Bennett, served brick ice
votes to convict, he and his family Mr. Triext of Thercssa business
was u
| back Is purty nigh broke from that W. J. Epperson, served< delicious salad, will be destroyed. 1 Julian Peek, Jr., Maurice) Morgan, Ev- visitor here this week. cream and cake, and the favors on

rough riding an' I want some liniment sandwiches and ice tea. Margaret Williams. Miss each plate were murshmiillow Easter
elyn Stump,
Threats of violence against law officials
1 Miss Eva Williams of Brad
the answer. Another similar one biddies.\ '
Demaree teacher.
who trying to do their duty Evalyn ,
inquiry received this answer: IN: MEMOKIAM; : : are Inman ford'n successful teachers, returned to
Fourth Grade B-Georll', ,
have become so persistent that State'sAttorney
her home here .
"Reckon I better get some sticking Monday front Venus,
and Scanlanare Merrill Futch, William Brown Minnie TO MERRY GROWKRSWe :
Crowe Judge
j Little Harold Freeman Moorer where she had been
employed eight
torn !
" too for fingers are
l I" plaster, my three Mae Cheshire, Velnrm Schilke,
constantly guarded by relays -
. given to us as a priceless gem, but months as a teacher.
bad the bob wire. questioner
by who watch Thelma Silcox. the undersigned' I, absolutely] re*
of armed detectives
little while. There Mrs. B. J. Johns who ban been
Just for a was sun- in
and the answer was: I
'. tried once again, their homes and escort them to and Fourth Grade A-Louise Hayes, fuse to purchase berries that havo
shine in little cottage while God Stare for several weeks returned to
>, is there anybody in this burg our ,
"Say, from the courtrooms. Several attempts Wilma Edwards, Leila Doa Andrews, been picked in tho afternoons andbrouht
vouchsafed to have him-there was her home here .
in clothes? My us recently.The
who can sew up rents have been made to kill officials Dora Manning. Miss Marguerite to Starke the following day
gladness and joy. The time passed W. M. U. met at the home of
breeches it all torn up"Thus
an' berries
coat the criminals of Shriver, teacher. and also refuse to purchase
fast while we listened to his who are prosecuting Mrs.' J. W. Bedenbaugh af
of the accident re- very Tuesday
the Merrill
cause Fifth Grade-Paul Knight, from growers who are using nitrate
childish and guided his first Chicago. ternoon.
All the damage to
mains a mystery. "The stand the thin blue McMillan, Ralph Cheshire, Thelma of Hoda.
police as
leaves of steps, hopeful for his future. Two Mr Ballinger, of Thercssa, was at-
consisted in some Julia Canova. and
the car line between order and chaos Chief Andrcu, June Bullen, Berries picked in this manner
and eight months of parental tending to business here this week.
one spring getting separated-for years Fitzmorris declared "and the line (Is Miss Eva Barre, teacher. berries> treated with nitrate of soda
bliss-then the angel of death laid his L. J. business
there .is small won- Wynn was a visitorto
was a Ford, so thinner and bluer day. Sixth Grade Junior McDonald, will not carry and unless this practice
cold hand darling's brow and setting every Starke this week.
on our ,
der. In spite of the fact that the police are Merrill Struth, Jerry Moore, Ruth Is stopped you growers will have absolutely -
he was ours no longer. S. M, Simmons of Starke was visitIng .
than and have madeA Sternberg, Beulah Sapp, Lois Colley.C. no market for your berries.
HULL Jesus wanted him( and took him more efficient ever friends here this week.
IT IS POSTMASTER record in their R. Sapp, teacher. C. A. Dueling, W. O. Hodges, T. S.
remarkable fight on
The Lord and the Lord Mrs. E.
home. gives D. Rowe of Is
the is the of chaos. Seventh Grade-Gussle Mae Bennett Williams, A. J. McCabe, II. B. Shepherd -
his duties as taketh ; blessed be the name of crime, city on edge the guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs.
Hull assumed away ,
N. B. Immunity Edna Manning. Mils l-'va Powell J. E. Bowden, J. D. Keels, E. A.
The crooks
of the Starke office on the Lord. We are not like those who apparentlyenjoy Wm. Jones.E. .
postmaster teacher. Venable, N. Jacobs.CHRISTIAN .
When broughtinto ,
1st. In checking over the ac- have no hope. Our little one is now from punishment. V. Priest was a business visitor
April Grade-Frank arpenter, I
counta of the office, everything was inside the gates of pearl, where the court by the police, it is the policemen Vandi Eighth Williams, Thelma Snellgrove, to Green Cove Springs this week. I CHURCH NOTES.

while of gold. He Is free from \ who are put on trial insteadof Dr. D. E. Watts
found to be exact. Mr. Alvarez streets are Eunice Whitehead James William eye specialist of

postmaster was In the office from early sin and sorrow and shall die no more, the crook They are released thru Brownlee LeRoy Griffis. Mrs. Bessie South Jacksonville, was a profession.al Our last Sunday survives were fairly

morning till late at night. No and we shall meet him in his new I the agencies of crooked bondsmen by McGruder, teacher. visitor here this week. well attended. The attendance will

fault was found with his administration home. Our sorrow is great but our crooked judges."In Rev. Butler will preach at the Baptist Increase as the members Increase in

and he has the thanks of all here faith and hope Is greater. Good-bye, spite of the police, there are Crowe. lIe demanded that the business church next Sunday at 11 a. m. appreciation for the church.

for careful and expeditious service. ]little Freeman, till we meet again. forces operating to turn the city over men of Chicago do their duty as and 7:30: p. m. You In town members ought to

Mr. Hull has held the postmaster- MRS. H. E. MOORER. to the crooks, their lawyers and their the jurors declared that Jurors are brib. Rev. Burke, of Waldo, will preach come. Will you worship with us next
Criminal arrested by
ship in Starke before and has given friends. ed and that there is a class of criminal at the Methodist church next Sunday Lord's day?

entire satisfaction. As his assistant C. L. Moitt,of Durbin,and O. Moitt, police, and under sentence for the ] lawyers "who are In virtual part. at 4 p. m. W. E. DAUGHERTY.

he will retain Mrs. I?. S. Fernandez, of Jacksonville, have arrived in Starketo robberies and murders for which they nership with the criminals, and divide Mr. and Mrs. D. Jones and J. J.
the bedside of their father, were arrested, are walking the streets 1
be at
who served in that capacity during the their loot"Sheriff Brnnnen have recently been shoppingIn The Parent-Teachers Association 4

greater portion of Mr. Alvarez's in- A. E. Moitt. Mr. Moitt is now surrounded without having served" a day of the Charles W. Peters, In plac- Starke.W. meets this week on Thursday, the 6th ainst. ;|

cumbency. Mrs. Fernandez will con by all his children. He has sentence given them. his entire office at the command of B. Baker, of Gainesville, was a ., at eight o'clock, at the school i'

tinue to do her share In expediting Improved in so far that he has regained "We have an organized mafia, well the ing meeting, said he was prepared to business visitor here this week. auditorium. All school patrons Cfr.dfally
to be
mail and other postoffice business and consciousness, but his physicians entrenched, which appears in 100,000 deputies, If necessaryto Mrs. M. E. Manaire U on the sick Invited to attend this associat.cn. .

to know that are doubtful of his ultimate re- and beyond the law, which even spits swear In the city. list this week. : .
is glad I and order .
the Starke public In the face of the law," said Atornty Insure law !
ha is retained in the office. covery. ? 1


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FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1922. '

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( R f'I' ''j: } ----- I ----- Stella Cloversettle, of Grandin were ito Starke Saturday.
iq The industry promises large i\ Miss Leishman finds herself I
I Bradford
pecan ) Educationally, county visiting Mr. and Mrs. Fred Clqverset- ---
future returns, as it has been- found to the fact that the family into which
I I e : Bradford boasts of twenty-one grammar schools tie Saturday and Sunday.Mrs. i I It Is probably the absence of ea..
: ; that the soil here is peculiarly adaptedto three junior and one senior high school she married is one that has branchesin Jno. Phillips, visited relativesand brand of justice that causes the at.udes (
France, '
the cultivation of this splendid tree. nil under competent management and several European countries be branded.
Satur- to
City of
friends at Sampson justice
,\ lid/{ I I. .., Orchard of pecans are money-makers I reaching into every section of the Germany Belgium, Hungary and in
"I..I( County I and the trees are hardy and grow to county. Spain. It has the blood of at least five day.. .
J:: ;, result Cleveland Sullivan was a visitor to, I! Speak well of your neighbor. If It,
Krcut heights. Other fruits, such at j Within this county is located the ; nations flowing in its veins as a
''f: I :' ( the county seat Friday ,I hears of it he may speak! less' duI
I _______ I Japanese persimmons, grapes, pear. celebrated Heilbronn Mineral Spring, of generations of intermarrying.When
1 Iii' ;' peaches and flits! thrive well in this! i: noted far and wide for its efficacious i the war broke out the duchess Fred Cloversettle and daughter, :I paraginKly of you.
Bradford lies about forty
t county
) 1 miles southwest of Jacksonville. Two soil and are found to net splendid returns I;i healing properties and thousands of husband, Charles Rudolphe tlu Stella, were shopping in Hampton on

'j /' :,,;,. railroads enters its bounds! the Sea-I to the growers. 'i natives and tourists annually partake' and his two brothers were croY'1( Saturday.Jim i.I Clothes may make the man, but .it
I' I II Jr., was a visitor to how .. fl
Philips know to
board Air Line railway" traversing it Vegetables and small truck can be I of these health-giving waters. !: Germany. They entered the requires brains to weI > !
'. here in large varieties. army, and this led to the French government Starke Saturday. I I I them.
from north to south, and the Georgia grown There are fifty churches and twelve Saturday afternoon '
I : Southern and Florida running diagonally I melons and cantaloupes form vater-I lodges operating within this county, | regarding them as alien en( Wesley Hersey left Johnstown, after
fel- for his home ut
I I. from northwest to southeast. substantial crop and farmers and these, together with the natural] emies. The duke of Croy and his Some w.>meir noiit've in charity beginning
friends here.M.
e t t I I//' j ; In area Bradford county contains and more planting increased acreage i moral tendencies of the people produce I low princes declared they had been I, visiting relatives and at home. They lift it while

I' I .' a 250 square miles. The last session of to these commodities. Cabbage, on- a community where decency and forced to enter the German army under W. Lee, 01 uiKesiac, was ;n our the old man sleeps.Che .

A4 I ;." the state legislature created Union ions, lettuce, corn, sweet and Irish po- order largely prevail. I penalty of death, and insisted they : town Saturday. ----- --.-

I ;i' : county from the western section of tatoes, peppers, tomatoes, string Bradford county boasts of health I had always been loyal to France. But !: Prof. Duval, of Hampton, passedithrough !I Quinine it Dots 1 !not 'llrti !>to, VvBivin'W
I '-, beans, peanuts, cowpeas, velvet beans, suits to establish their claims have our town Saturday enroute to of Its tnntr mil lnx"'v" r"frct. . Bradford, thus leaving Bradford county conditions .... .
second to none. Statistics j ; I I TI 4Fi bKOMO Ql ININB: (Clue *i. t I. u< r.
and with sugar cane, and cotton are some of failed. Lakeside.A. I by croon, rfithoul ranai.e'. "Of"r! i nglul' .:
j I'I'i more compact an area a show the death rate to be but three j I .
i I Sullivan the visitors '!.: h.'aU. LW.OkeN.- ik)'*.a.xr *'
little than one-half its original the numerous crops new being successfully The duchess lost her American citizenship among
: \ more to the thousand, which places this section ., I _
I I raised in Bradford county's when she was married to a''
/b size. in a unique position among the

y I" I In 1020!) this county contained 80,820 soil. counties of the United States. 'foreigner. France has declared that:

I h, acres of land in farms, with 30,009!)!!! of Considerable attention is being paidto Bradford county is progressive. Thin it wants nothing of her and Germanywill I I

these thoroughly improved. The pop- cattle, poultry and hog culture, and modern spirit has recently been typi- doubtless be equally unwilling/ to 'I 4 Promptu

ulation of the county at this time was in all these branches the stock is constantly cally shown by the bond Issue!! for accept her as a citizen since her husband -

10,000. being improved and handsome 550000.00, which sum is to be used and his brothers have declared!

returns in dollars and cents are being in the construction of a network of :1 their loyalty to France. The great.
''! Bradford county's soil is, as a rule,
,,,' rich and fertile. In texture It is a realized. hard-surfaced roads which will be a estate which France has refused to I
Recently one of our enterprisingreal credit to this section. From Starke, surrender is one on whose rehabilitation
sandy, dark-brown loam, and is generally I Relief!
estate the recipientof the duchess has spent a ]large
I underlaid with a clay subsoil. agents was the county seat, will)] radiate twelve
This land seems to be particularly a handsome prize in the shape of, improved roads, one of which will con- I share of her personal fortune. i

adapted to the cultivation of straw-': an automobile as a'reward from his nect on either end of the county with The duchess is a daughter of John

berries and this county has within the company for selling forty-eight homesto the JacksonvilleTampa Highway. '!1 G. Leishman, a millionaire of Pitts- ': I RUB IT IN FREELYDoesn't

past decade built up an enviable rep settlers in this county. Some of Starke, as noted above, is the coup- I burg Pa., who served as minister to burn or smart-MusUngUnlmeo*

utation along this line. Sometimes these families purchased more than ty seat. This is a thriving city, located Switzerland, and later as an ambassador Is made of toothing- ,healing oils that penetrate

people unacquainted with Florida one place. a little to the east of the cen- to Turkey, Italy] and Germany. the flesh to the very bone I Pdsitlvelr
when read appear To show the cosmopolitan trend of ter of the county.-By Mr. Chas. A. I, banishes sore muscles, strains, bruises,
quite skeptical they
settlers to this section, the sales of Futch in the Florida Magazine.A THERESSA I with a few applications. For 73 year
of made truckers
+ enormous profits by Mustang Liniment has been the real
this show from
one man purchasers
and farmers in various sections of d" to MAN, LIVESTOCK
"friend In lIe
the states of Florida, New York, In- Ari17.-. Knott, .
: the state. However, it is a well-known WOMAN WITHOUT A COUNTRYThe Theressa, and POULTRY. Use it freely for
1 fact to residents of this county that diana, Michigan: Kentucky, Alabama, stock claim agent for the G. S. & F. I Dteaae
profits ranging from $700 to $1,500 Wisconsin, Ohio, Pennsylvania, North recent decision of the French railroad was attending to business in I I Rheumatism Lumbago Cuta.. SoreaFilet

p per acre are frequently cleared by our Carolina, New Jersey, Virginia, Tennessee courts denying the right to French our town Wednesday.Mrs. N eurdlna Caked< Breast. GapUddse.

farmers from their strawberry crops. Mississippi, South Carolina, citizenship and to ownership of a C. A. Youngblood was shopping Crip,Coldi Sore Sprains Nipple CholeraPneumonia Vermin

i 1 In addition to this, those who care to Colorado, :Massachusetts, Georgia, I magnificent estate in Northern France in Hampton Wednesday evening! I' Mump Spavin..Tumora Pip, etc..etc.

4 ,. sell strawberry plants either to farmers Iowa and Canada and Porto Rico. makes the duchess of Croy, the former W. F. Adkinson, of Brooker, is visiting

i ,: in the so I.ern part of the state Among the larger industries of the Miss Nancy Leishman, one of the not relatives here this week. I 2Se.Houaebold.Site WITH :ee TRIAL BOTTLE

R ; or to northern farmers, clear from county may be mentioned those of able rich and beautiful American ;, Mrs. M. Hall was attending to busi- j I BOc.Contain3tlmea. FREE _. I0lld braaa. "Pat-sad-T.kV' I
turpentine and lumber. heiresses who have become the wives ness in Hampton Wednesday. TODDLE TOP- h.l I.urt eau. Now "fan B..
this profits varying from $200 to $500 I pop"1' rl I !). Ant to M thi woixtarfnl ao..lt> r
per acre. Last year 20,000 crates, or The angler: and hunter will find in of foreign noblemen. a woman with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Youngblood and I aa 2 much c aa0, aa &for.d Tr u>aI*a iIo'U.n>U.,llou..hold In tumM or',..> >.....Unr.wnpmdl.Mu .::;nt.1..

approximately seventy-five carloads of thin county a real welcome. Here 2.1 out a country. children, Elzy and Emma, of Graham $1.00 and w.. will.Inch...',''. with, ..It.,by I.r.a rwurn Mft m. 40.;U.iKlhVfS ..lb.Contaln.etune. Yae

j .' this ]luscious fruit were shipped from I fresh water lakes offer an abundance Her plight Is singularly: like that of were visiting relatives] here Thursda.1and much u St..Urook'lyil.'' ,N.Y.25c .

t i points In Bradford county. of good sport. During contest last the character in Edward E. Hale's Friday.II. .
year among fishermen there were story, The :Man Without a Country.But E. Moorer was a business visitorto MUSTANG
Strawberries are ready for the market -
In February and shipments continue twenty bass brought to Starke weighing the former Nancy Leishman is t, the county seat Thursday.
: more than eight pounds each. The even worse off than this character of Johnnie Williamson!' of Lulu wax I
until June. Sine./348'LINIMENT
Old Standby
MG'A. Good
largest weighed fourteen pounds and : fiction. Besides declaring that it does visiting; friends here Friday. j
But Bradford county is not a one- ,
three ounces. :, not want her or her husband or any John Hall, Arthur Moorer and Jas. j \.
section. It is quite versatile in
crop Each lake is well stocked with several of his brothers as citizens, the French Humphrey wore visitors to Hampton '

production. kinds of bass: with speckled perch government condemns her to poverty Saturday. j lION MANUFACTURING CO.,frwrbton

1 and other varieties. Small game through its refusal to surrender the Mrs. Susie Hardee and children, of /1--4SSmtarifiaSt' 5..M. RROOLYN.N.T..
abounds, and the huntsman ia assuredof valuable estate which it seized shortly Cyril, returned to their home after I SOLD BY DRUG AND GENERAL STORESWYZA
ro Bet the ffotilr.e,call for full name. I.AXA
V BUOMOOUIN1NK.. I.ooldonhcn.tureo.'l. considerable action without the necessity after the war began. visiting/ relatives here the past week ]
w. GROV!>:. Cure a Cold In one Uor. Binpa I sassaasf
i lOUBh nud headache. ami ttorlr" off old. :25c of a long and tiresome trip. The difficulties in which the former E. C. Wynn and granddaughter

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F Next Thursday; Friday and Saturday I :

April 6th,. 7th & 8th ,''t

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

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

r r' 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 I'

_ t y'' as 've. sell you every day at regular prices, and have sold you for years. !


y A Few Of The Bargains ',' I

.SM1 Y h 't ;I ; Liggett's Opeke Coffee, one pound 45c, two pounds 46c. :i..

.h 7I a .;. Liggett's Chocolates, Orange and Gold Package, one pound $1.00, two pounds 1.01. '

.. 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-



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a / I ATE HKItF.I v. !ha i she uses It.-she uses only half

'. /'. nf Florida In Short Pt.rag; .;pfcsI yL : much us JM required of must other ,
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used wilh-it never permits bnko-day
for the U. S. Senate! f'o.u
I Live State News failure. Any woman can use Calumet
J )Florida and, cannot be certified incase
with absolute certainty of best result
ho should bo nominated according
-______......._....._ delicious, tasty bakings that are
to George P. Kancy, chairman of
Told by Our Exchanges. the State Democratic Executive committee I pure and wholesome.

who quotes Article 10 of the I True home economy of time, 'material -
K ....mrnnuounDwmmmmmmmwwwwlDlDwmmmwwmwwmmmm I and effort Is completely handled
----- state constitution as follows:

A thorough test of the June blueberry there are still many thousand boxesto "Tho governor and every state of- I in Reliable Recipes, the 70-page cook

is being given this season in be shipped and thousands of boxes. ficer are hereby prohibited from giving I book and household hints. A copy Is

Walton county where 101 acres have have been sold on the local market. certificates of election or other 1 yours for the asking-FREE. Address .

been set to this berry. y credentials to any person as having! Homo Economics: Dept, Calumet 4

Lieut. J. P. Adams, of the U. S. Marine I I rr been elected to the house of representativea linking Powder Co., 1100 Fillmore j

An average of two carloads of veg- Corps, fell 1,000 feet in a sea- 4 of the United States congress, St., Chicago, 111.-Adv. ,

etables per day have left Wauchulalast plane at Pensacola several days ago or the United States senate, who him ---- .

week, principally cucumbers and and received only minor injuries to not been five years a citizen of the

beans, and they have been bringingthe his face. His escape is regarded as state and ten years a citizen of the '. ASPIRINName

growers fair returns. miraculous at the naval air station. United states! and a qualified voter." '

Adams was making a solo flight and It is not even claimed that Mr.

The Walton County Melon GrowersAssociation just off the station the machine went R i ti V' pN Bryan has been a citizen of the state "Bayer" on Genuine !

recently formed, has an into a tail spin and fell into the bay.It of :Florida for five years.As .

nounced that more than 200 acres of was demolished.The Mr. Bryan has not been a resi-1

Walton county have been planted to I dent of )Florida for five years, and IK I

watermelons.Lake body of Christopher Gusten, s' ir DOUliLE treat not even a qualified voter, it would .' AYrG

6.1, a citizen of Nashua, was found in seem that this part of the constitution

county has 2,27-1 automobile the woods some distance from his q PeppermintJacket would put him out of the running.In .
hundreds of miles of good "' over Pep*
-some home. When found i"t case some hold that the
the body was lying +" portions
roads to drive over and expects to add face down, the clothing: had been /, ay t ti"y ";y+ts per mint gum constitution of the United States, I ? s '

materially to the number of miles of entirely burned off and the body was which says the congress shall bu the ,

improved roads during the coming charred in places. It is thought that sole judge of the eligibility of its own j:

summer. he had been loud about seven days. members held to apply In this case (/ Beware" I Unless< you see the Mua
Undoubtedly he had met death while Mr. Raney reminds them that the merits B .y .r on package: or on tablets yet

A Detroit hue purchased 5,000 fighting a woods fire. 10 for 5c in the race between Mr. Bryan and, srrilMM are not by pitting physicians genuine fw Aspirin twentvimayearn .. -
of land in Escambia county, to I
acres 1Jj ae the Republican candidate, should Mr. and I proved info by mlllil'>n Take

'be developed for farming purposes. Frank A. Wildman, proprietor ofa Sugar jacket just ,' ralrq+ ( Bryan be nominated, would be decided Aspirin only u told In the IIiwi. >r ntrkium
for Grille, ,
'The land will be divided into twenty which ITnulnrhn, Nwiralgfa. Khwinrn-
by no
and forty acre tracts and will be colonized pharmacy at Miami and a Sunday "melts in your mouth, a congress/ limn, J<; .roA'ho, Toothache IAUUbltl amt
school superintendent, is in a critical then get the delectable doubt would decide in favor of the for I'aln.' HaJilly tin boxes of twelve lUyiv I
by farmers from Michigan.The you
Republican candidate. Tablets of Aspirin font few cents I)
condition the nuflirU -
city hospital
as a result -
gum center. M? ; cwt, / Senator Trammell rect ntly) made ,1 also nHI. larger' paricafw. Aspire
of being shot by Mrs. Francis
'I M the trade! mark of !
now famous wire tappers case three old the statement that Bryan's candidacywas nlly..rrnnlfR.ltIIMo
i Hancock, also] a drug store proprie And with Writjley's of MonafuftfraoMrator of S&U"IIICltCIL
came to a sudden end in Ft. Lauder- friendly effort of tho Republicans\ to
tress. Mrs. Hancock alleges that she standbys also affording nn i .
dale Monday when all 12 of the alleged shot him after he attempted familiarities aid to teeth, throat, breath, ap5petite split the Democratic party in Flor- -

criminals plead guilty to the chargeof with her. and digestion. ida.
attempting to defraud E. C. Peter-

line, of Grand Rapids, Mich., and were Soothing, thirst-quenching. t
fined, in the aggregate( $20,000. George Elliott Denniston, 5.1, and Making the next cigar { ,( (
-----. I his wife were drowned! at Daytona taste better. 4 LlfJtr s'8P'; # r

More than rf.OUO.OOO feet of lumber Beach Thursday while surf bathing.
Few homes do not feel the nerd of !I
were shipped from the port of Both bodies were recovered. Mr. and '
Tho necessity of making
Tampa during the past month. Thisis Mrs. Denniston were in the surf alone economy.
count touches the DAVISINSURANCE
not far behind the good old days and their drowning! was not known every penny purseof
housewife. It Is doubtful if
before the recent business depression. until the bodies floated ashore. They every
there is a single article employed usa
About half of this amount went to were natives of Janesville, Wisconsin.
food in the preparation of food
I or
foreign ports. Denniston had been employed for 25
C30 that demands more buylllwllld! years In. the railway mail service out
than baking powder Upon its quality -I'
Walter L. Poulk, former postmas-I of Chicago. eta r h
depends, tho success' and economyof
ter at Kissimmce, charged
tho bakings thi inlves.\
embezzlement of government funds,, After she had made an unsuccessful l
was sentenced! to serve a year and a attempt to plunge into the watersof : ? Calumet linking! Powder enables' tim I STARKE
-I housewife to make three worth whiles
day in the federal penitentiary at At- the St. Johns river Viola Mae Johnson
I 4nvinltll. She saves when sho buys it
lanta Judge Rhydon M. Cull, who
by 23, residing in Jacksonville, was
held the U. S. District Court in Tam- locked in the for her
city jail own
up In.t
engineer, suit started at Miamiin over a vast extent of muck land
along ____ ,_.______ __ ,
pa. safety. The young woman made an which Huff claims to have inventedthe the canal two miles west of take --- -...._._ Thfl..':"::':. =..:""= -=:-..' R .
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effort to leap from the bulkhead fit the magneto now in Ford auto Worth. =
use on Heavy clouds of smoke for r 1.I -1".1"r
Ripe peaches in March is an unus- Florida Yacht Club but was caught,
mobiles and for which he further alleges the lust three days have hung/ over I
ual sight even in Florida, but W. A. and overpowered. When' questioned, by
Ford has not paid him in full. the western town limits, and late at
Hudnall waN exhibiting( a bucket of the she refused to state why
police Counsel for Huff received word from night has! hampered driving along the .
them Saturday from his trees south- she wanted to take her life '
Fort Myers, that service in the suit Dixie Highway. At numerous points '
of Clearwater. This is very early .
east had been secured there on'Mr. Ford, in the Everglades section recentlyfires
for peaches the usual season be- Threats made by the St.
who has winter homo
a on the gulf have sprung up 1111,111 number of I'
ing from the middle of April to the League through its
burg Purity secretary coast., j persons have been! arrested l anti prosocuted I
middle of May. Miss Hazel Milford Van Tres- for
having caused them. A ft-
don to forcibly prevent the scheduled I
A grand jury sitting at Durtow recently vere penalty attaches to anyone who
unusual color and
A poinsettia of beach of bathing girls in a
parade returned an indictment of two starts fires in the open In the/ Ever ((1C: UNIVERSAL CAR
of Mrs.
in the yard i
blossom, growing costume contest marking the end of
' .counts against Lena M. Clark, former glades.
Mary Mull, of Bartow, recently was the Festival of States celebration last-
i i
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postmaster at West Palm Beach. One _
purchased! by the Childs florists of ing five days, was successful in keeping New Prices
charges embezzlement of $ (0,- I
New York, at a price of $250. The out all but six of the 108 entrants I Deputy Sherijr Carruthers was shot

parent plant was one that had been when the official was present early at 000 and the other charges convertingthe through the left leg near the thigh: ,
Bartow from the Canary la- funds to her own use. She is at and both Sheriff Karel and Deputy DETROIT I
sent to the shore armed with a wicked looking I' O. B.
present in the asylum at Chattahooch-
lands. umbrella. FloyiI Peel had narrow escapes from EFFECTIVE JANUARY 16th //I!
ee. The government acted so that it flying bullets during! a raid on Con-

Sulphur II I might hold the former postmaster ley'a still, a turpentine In the I
Plans for incorporating The total mortgage debt on owned camp Chassis $285
suburb of 3,000 pupulation, should she ever be released from the southern part of Orange county Saturday -
Springs, a I homes and farms in Florida in 1920
r;(r < were"abandoned at a mass meeting of was $32,320,040, and the total value state institution. j niifht. Carruthers waN shot Runabout $319

, 'l citizens. It was pointed out that if of the mortgaged properties was with a high-powered rifle which had

; o, the community incorporated it would l $130,329,579, the mortgage! debt thus Mrs. Martin Adena, 23: died Tues. been stolen from Sheriff )Farmer of Touring Car $348'

s" l' have to bear the expense of buildinga representing 32.4 per cent of the total day morning at a Tampa hospital, her | Osceola county the night before the Truck Chassi3 $430 '

bridge to cost $60,000, which cost value, according to a preliminary report death resulting from severe burns sustained raid. A few minutes later after the

[would otherwise be borne by Hillsbor- by the census bureau. Rented at her home near Rivervlew! on deputy was wounded, the negro, arm- Coupe $580

[ough county. homes, tenant farms and farms that March 21. Her clothing caught fire ;d with the rifle, crept upon Floyd ,

are partly owned, are not included in while she was at work, from the kitchen ] Peel in the darkness and threw the Sedan $645

1 The farmers of Milton county met these figures. stove, at a time when there was no muzzle of the rifle in his face. Peel

'last fall and formed a watermelon one with her except her two children. threw up his left arm, diverted the These are the lowest prices of Ford cars in

She ran out of the house her aim of the the the history of the Ford Motor Company.
growers' association, and this season Sanford celery growers are jubilantover clothing gun, at same time covering

5 they will have over four hundred acres the price of celery, the f. o. b. afire, the grass and palmebtoes the negro with his pistol, and ultimately Orders fast

"..of melons. The planting will begin at market: being from $3 to 4, the latter catching fire aa she ran into the woodsA taking the rifle away from are coming in'l| so place yours

once and co-operative plans for marketing price being paid for the washed and motorcyclist happened along and him. promptly to insure early delivery.J. .

!4 will' insure the handling of the pre-cooled celery. Up to Thursday he tore the flaming clothing from her

$crop. A considerable acreage of potatoes night th -Sanford section had shipped body and carried her into the house. Nearly exhausted from three days W. ANDREWS, JR.
'< is also being put in. 2,2.19 cars ;and as each car contains lack of food on a boat in the gulf and Dealer, STARKE

,< 250 crates and the celery this season White robed figures on dashing horses one night on the barren island of An-

A verdict of guilty of first degree will! average $2.50 per crate one can and a slow-moving line of hoodedmen clote, twenty-two aliens/ were arrested "

t murder, with a recommendation for easily imagine the returns in the mil. who marched from nowhere, fill- as they landed at Tarpon Springs), =-

mercy, was returned at Miami by the ; lion mark and even better. ed the outfield area of the southslde charged with having illegally gained

''td I'Jury in the trial of Charles Veber, ac- : baseball park Friday night when a entrance into the United States. They t

'I t cused of killing Jack Tigertail, Seminole St. Johns county ha* purchased the throng of thousands of Jacksonville i I were brought to Tampa by immigration E. A. MARTIN SEED CO.

Indian chief, following an argument
' i over the purchase of plumes. from the St. Johns Electric Companyfor ceremonial and initiation of the local there pending deportation hearings. :OLDEST AND LARGEST SEED HOUSE IN FLORIDA

y *The verdict automatically carries with $20,000 and a good roads bond issue Ku Klux Klan. The ceremonies were The shipment of aliens, which Included :JACKSONVILLE, FLA.MARTlN'SUY .

a it a life sentence. of $500,000 has been decided up. weird to say the least and the watchers Germans I Greeks and one Canary Ii-
T SEEDS Are known for
on, part of which will be expendedin took in the rites in silence. A '| lander, came by boat from Havana, iT qnallty e

Marion county has shipped more the construction of highways on space of more than fifty yards separated -I according to the only member of the 84 Con, B..... P.... P BP r. r.eplanWaHrn.lon. Cantaloup. Pota_. ,."...-.
"than 410,000 boxes of citrus fruits Anastasia island and to South Beach. the spectators from the robed party who cout.IIpl'ak\ English. The Cucumber, Cow_. Foru mat UI>xu* and prio hat will ,m. ,_
( I th.r Information. W. .*rry all vsri.tle' of ...M.n. fUld and trm .nj tact Yon btw
i Ithia season, the report having been The bridge will be operated as a toll klansmen and sentries paced thin No- [ yacht they came !tn from Cuba landed toted and prawn. tom adapted to Florid ..al and .limau. sod oar r.ara .1 o......._
I .. .. buclnM to .
aabl Media the rlorld..a.d advantage.SPRINGICATALOGUE
made up to March 15th. These figures bridge and the tolls It is expected will \fan'i-Land continuously. I them about miI"lI'ht! Friday on An- ua

i' do not include boxes sent by expres :- be sufficient for the upkeep of the ( clote key, sevc:: miles from Tarpon

'.,; neither do they include the carload structure. Early Wednesday morning, K. C. Springs. They were under the impression Martins florinCataloana. la now nadr. Write' for 'It. Brorrona I........ In Florida
March 15 and I 8ummr ropa .......Id swell tnvraMrlva* of Informntlon nontalnij !I. ar da*
f' shipments since I Lee, Arden Buckels, Robert 3andlln when landed, that they were on 800101.aad .*. Bop Pain on raquMt. t othoM who sand In Ihtlr aaa. prvmrt-
, -- Sunday morning, the lifeles body of : and others of Jasper, went to Peacock the mainland, and that they would /find r. : :.."i'r. today. lure Information and prlcon I 'on nil( Maaonabto aid.i .

$ To Stop a Cough Quick a negro woman by the name of Jessie lake In Suwannee county, to spend tho a city nearby. At daybreak they discovered Phone.4277..1320

[take* HAYES' HEALING HONEY acough Bell Clark was found lying on the day fishing. At the lake the boys they were surrounded by water =:1

l'' medicine which stops the cough by hill near the colored Methodist churchat scattered to different places to fish. and the only shelter wan the government E.A. MARTIN SEED CO. 202-206 E. BAY ST.-

healing the Inflamed and Irritated tissues. Floral City. The woman had evi About 9 o'clock distress cries were lighthouse. C. II. Moody,

'tt ALVE A box for of Chest GROVE'S Colds Head O-PEN-TRATE Colds and : dently been dead several hours, having heard In the direction of where Lee keeper of the light, secured a yachtto .

K >oup Is enclosed with every bottle of been cut to death during the night was supposed to be fishing. All pas ; land them on the mainland and also You will make a mistake

A YES' HEALING HONEY. The salve Her man was gore and is still gone. Bible speed was made by those who j notified customs officers to meet Big Reduction In Prices If order fertilizer

$ ihould be rubbed on the chest and throat There was no evidence to connect him heard the cries to reach him, but they I them at the dock. According to the without lists you Issued.your Plentyof
getting price just
ft children suffering from a Cold or Croup. our new
Th.he.lln'effort of Harm* Hemlia How"tori with the killing It seems, other than arrived too late. They found Lee i lu only man who could speak English, Materials prompt shipment. Order now. Fertilizers la ,
*the. throat combined with the IIItIlll.II''''''of the fact that he was missing. the water near his boat, drowned, and they paid from $100 to $-100 each to be secticides Sprayers Poultry Supplies.
tlx of ,
"weGuthemedk O-Pen-Trai Salve through font
,' .oouiih. all effort to revive him failed. brought to this country. The "run-
Sr.. pecked In MM carton and the Damages in the sum of $11,000,000is ner's" boat had a crew of four men
combiiMd treatment
Must ask drutftlat for >HAYES' asked of Henry Ford, of Detroit, Fire that started from some undecided and Immediately headed south after

s HO HONEY.your by Edward S. Huff, a Miami electrical cause Tuesday has been raging I landing the party Get NEW March, 1922, reduced price "Jsta before bujrinc.9n .
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__fa I.. ;'" i We are coming to the most solemn ,i And payable, to the laid board. of bond triutow of Chapter 8022 of tho and Special.election. AcU of held 10Z1. I\
Bradford County Telegraph I we never want to sell. ,.. Florida. the state of Florida ti.under "
Bradford aount
and ...
: VITALITY! I II and authorising, the same to be !I.
of tha Christian the mount
.i part year, when we So join us in the movementOh [ ..rl.All. bidden shall .pacify for. and the for the puruoe* of grading and hard aurf-,
commemorate the last days of our come on, please do- within which th bkldondw comply with the log certain public roads and Improving. ,? ,
Published, weekly and entered I thereof after notice ta given by the grading, other public row of Bradford
: asKecond | Lord on earth. To make our dear old Brooker trm '
VITALITY! of Bald board of bond truotwa. that IV Florida.
(d{' 9'' class matter at the post I: On Sunday morning He comes from Just a bit of heaven hare.I I delivery M-cntuy of the bonds can b* made.Certified right Said to buHfd reject of any Bond an'I'TrniitM! ,! :: reaerv,

/ office at Starke, Florida. I Bethany to make His triumphal entry Let's paint up all our houses, check: above referred of full to compliancewith ,In to bedeposiiod IJI// order of thu Bald Boari-of Dnnil, ,
I a. a guarantee -
I into Jerusalem. lie teaches in And all the fences, too, i VITALITY! Iho bid HUbmltwd and In the event of toe of Bradford County.. 8.Florida.E. .M tTTHEWVChairman
bid and tho failure on
E. S. /MATTHEWS, Editor and Owner. the temple and return? to Bethany. I We have to paint those old barns tho the accvptanu part of the of bidder such to comply with tbi) hoard of Bond TI-UM,
I On Monday He curses the barren And maybe we'll paint you. term thereof sold chock, shall be considereda. Attest I
( darnavf. and b. retained by the FUTCH.
,I 1 THE PROF1TAIIIE STKUVKEKKY fig! tree and casts out the buyers and i Lot's clean up all the litter YOU MUST HAVE IT TO KEEP acid liquidated\board of bond: tnutcel. C. A.Secretary of Board of Bond TruniBradforil -

1"1"" I I sellers from the temple saying, "Sly 1! And build a nice club house, YOUR JOIJ. YOUR rKIENDS: Said bounty bund an to be luucd under County: Florida. \

To realize a gross/ receipt of $7:17.75: / i House! hall be called;: the House of 1 And make a park so pretty YOUR HAPPINESS:" -

; V for nne picking of nix acres/ of strawberries Prayer" j] Everyone will stop to view. ,

j as a grower living npur Starko On Tuesday lie teaches in the tem- ..We'll have a real, new, schoolhouse, Thousand! of thoughtless people

did one day last week, shows that ple, giving some of the most prominent i, Though the cost may be dear, needlessly let themselves run down'in '' "The Farmer profit most who is

v : I Strawberry growing: when carried on I parables and prophesies the destruction And get the very best teachersWe health. The day comes when, witha

1 I I'' I .' right, In very profitable. This grower of Jerusalem. I can afford next year terrible shock, they suddenly realize
ft 4. '' 'I j h had picked the same field l many times On Wednesday Judas goes to the Let's have a Dixie Highway that they are permanently broken in !i reducing the cost of raising and

;v, ., I', before during,: the season, and previous chief priests and agrees to betray Jesus And let "our folks" ride, health. If you feel weak or run down ': '
: I ; sales had brought him more than for thirty pieces of silver. I I And we : have street track well nervous
"' I my a car or do not sleep or are to the minimum.
d A 1 tj 1 enough to pay' for the production of i On Thursday (Day of Command) After all this, beside. and have a poor color, don't wait until ': handling crops

I: I j the berries. Except for the Peter and John go to Jerusalem to : We'll) send a note to larding it is too late. Gude's Pepto-Man-

I;: picking and crating, further gather-I prepare the Passover. In the evening : And ask him to live here, too, gan taken with your meals for a few '

'' .J I' ing from the field this season will be Jesus goes with the disciples to the I And to be sure and bring the capitol weeks will restore your good health, TRUCKS

____I1 I j, :. clear profit. I I Passover Feast. He foretell' His-- betrayal I Along with him, too. give you renewed strength and vital- SAMSON

; We have no hesitation in urging all and institutes the Lord's sup I ity for your daily work. The healthy ,

_ 'I I who can do so to plant berries. Bradford per. During the night is the agony, I Many people would be perfectly willing life !III the only happy life-do not let '

county land seems to have been the arrest and the trial. to pay the ercessive income tax it slip from you. For thirty years .

,w, made to order for this crop. The berries Early Friday morning Jesus is condemned I if they could first locate the incomes. Guile's Pepto-Mangan has been help- |

thrive on even raw wire grassland / by the Sanhedrin, brought before ing people who were run-down back '" l t' r:=:f .
y and they are not so particular I Pilate, sent to Herod and returned April is the month when fools try to good health. It was made famous (j 41iFofIr#: '. ;'

i about perfect drainage as other crops. to Pilate, who delivers Him to I to make fools of other fools. by the medical profession. Sold by ,1f '(O" rwsnar
I Strawbt-ries are both for the man of the mob. He was crucified at 9 a. m. in both liquid and tablet : l ;;o.. ...: ...; ',"SO ..
I' druggists -
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'. means and the poor man. The former and hung on the cross till 3 p. m. Dur- Reduolnll the Household form.-Adv. ;. .?'" ott.:' .\ /
I can plant a field of many acres, pro- ing that time lIe said the seven words Some little folks were ptaytnc I rc ).L P__'f' :_...-...._' ,. =-:'" .
vide housing facilities for workmen from the cross and there darkness keeping b01 ." 1& I-: r; 1'II'M. -.t .y2JjNL* '''t .
was ap. Itobert was papa. The optHiist never wr'-ts overi : 4 .Io WO; ,..... !.
hating big families to tend and harvest I from 12 to 3 p. m. At Ills death Jane momma. After much difficulty IfmatiiiKlug busted bubble. He blows another while :, }f) *< ,lfeu.tlM> t ei''wwfi *
the fertilizer and there is ; MO 1'iruuruod.' Robert
plantings, buy an earthquake and the veil of I'npu he waits. j "
crates by the carload and bring the I the temple was rent. Before 6 p. m. fi)+,, llv... lure, ..ill. "Say, Ui 4p \ : 1.\xV-j2rv'/.wetglr

berries to the depot in a truck. Doing the body is taken down by Joseph and are? tau,.e '-i, ..".J. ",,//1'.' i 'II In Ill fumlly Some people do a'lot of talking ,
things! on a big scale lowers cost of Nicodemus. The two Marys are the V ha the dos0 about hell before they get there.
i production. The poor man can buy a last to leave the sepulchre.The POLITICAL
few acres of raw land on instalment bell will ring every noon as a ANNOUNCEMENTS. The fellow who goes through life ina
Announcement under thle heading not exewdlnK
R ri j payments at a low price per acre, put call to prayer. on. Inch In length (about 72 words) hurry is the first to slow up at the Solve this Problem
will be published( from date until the primaryelection
I up a cheap cabin, good enough for thli in June for 16, payable/ at time of other end.Eyeglaselt.
mild climate, and after the land ia GRAHAM Ant Insertion.

broken up his children can prepare STATE'S ATTORNEY are popular when they

the beds, set and cultivate the plant Graham, April 7.Messrs. O. W. To Circuit the Democratic Voter of Eighth Judicial improve the looks. (

y while the father !gains his support br Dyal and Simmy Thomas were business I of hereby Btate'a announce my candidacy for the office Quigley Overland Co. Dealers
' Attorney of the Elffhth Judicial
!1 working for others. One two NOTICE OF BALE OF
or crops visitors! to the county seat Mon- Circuit, comprlslim Levy. Alachua. Putnam.
t V of berries will enable] the new settlerto Flasrler. Bradford. Union and flatter counties.Htil Ifon-hy notice I. given that the board .
V of Bradford County.
>jtct to the primary election of June e. 'bond truetee. STARKE FLORIDA
stay at home and clear more land. ; day.Sheriff Epperson was here Mondayon 1922. If elected I promlne an ."........Iv.. energetic I ,will ppceiv eroded. bids for the the purchase ofr'a0.000,00 of
of wont bonds of county |
At first he will need no draft animal. business. affair of and the economical office. Will Hdminiatration the of the I j :Bradford. Slate of Florida, or any. portion of ,

M, If he lives near a shipping point he I Wiley Edmondson, of Sampson, wasa port of Democrat.\ appreciate J. C. .IIP-I i said two o'clock sum of p.not m.,,leee on May than 2.'1922.200,000.00. up to I axsssaaacKSJaaaaisisiEissn DmtWI1mmt:

_ i may bring his crates to the station in visitor here Wednesday.Mrs. To the Citlsens of the Eighth Judicial Circuit: 1.Said 1922.county and Bra bond to are be In to be denomination dated January of I i FOR ANY KIND OF n
wheelbarrow else neighbors having I hereby announce to the citiwna of the .each and to bear Intercut at I
a or Blanche\ Robinson, of Sampson eounty of Alachua. Baker Bradford Flagler1mvy the.000.00 I'Itte of six per cent are per annum payablepmlannually. '
.at! conveyances, will transport his was a visitor here Wednesday. Putnam and Union comnonlntt( tho on January" lot and July lot I
Flvhth Judicial Circuit, that I am a candidate Interest attached.The BLACKSMITHINGGo
nf each coupon
berries for him. There Is no trpubl Mr. and Mrs. Simmy Thomas spent to Bucceml myself/ aa Stato Attorney aub prlnelpei and hI I Intercut: of mild bomb are I II
selling the berries for cash at the Thursday at the county seat. I jeet to the action of the Democratic Primary. payable at the banking. house of the Hanover !J'
Election to be held on June 8, 1922. If elected National Hank In the City/ and State of New i
shipping points. Alvin McKinney, of Louise, was I promlne the earn. energetic and economical Ynrk. to the shop just north of the depot. Plows made and
The tractors which administration! that I have endeavored to Tho amount of bonds offered for ado I. vehicles of all kinds and and
are becomingmore here Thursday on business. give dew my. appointment to fill the unex- '6M.00o.no. or any portion thereof not leas I repaired, repaired painted,
and,) more numerous, will encour Francis Murrhee ]left Saturday for pin.i term of Hon. A V. Lonff. than 1200,000.00, and the principal of aaid other work in the blacksmith line done to satisfaction. 'i
A. S. CREWS boob .hall bo due and payable In ...rl... from any
age berry planting, ax with their help Ocoee, where she will visit her sis five to thirty. years, ......,....Uv..ly. from date Best material I, best workmanship, reasonable prices. Cive
COUNTY COM\IIBBJONER-DI8TRICT: No. thrrrnfr nod to be liwucd In eerie. Bid. will J
the and soil 5
breaking the
up fining can ters.Mr. I hereby announce myself" u a candidate lie nccoptvd up to two o'clock p. moo on Tui. 1. | I us a call and be convinced.
4 be done quickly and cheaply. und Mrs. J. D. Kirk, of Jacksonville for County CommiMlnner I for District No. ft dny. the 2nd day of May 1922.!! All bidden < ..
(Now River). :and:: petfully' aolicit: the aup-I,i mm reiiulrrd, to deposit with C. A. Fetch as I II l' COOPER & SNELLGROVE STARKE
are visiting her parents, Mr. port of the at the coming primary. If I fffnn'tarv. of said board. of bon( trusts at t1t
ti Dr. J. J. fallen spent the first of ; nominated I dtrrt', I promne;:: \! faithful: ser- I Ivie. Starke. Klorldn! a certified check equal I to'on. ,Iq
and Mrs J. R. Seville, for a few days .. and unremitting attention to the needs j per cent of amount of bid. said cluck to lie It. mmunzmwCJcnmu""mw=ww.
the week In DeLand. While there he thin week. 1 of th6. district and the dunce of tlic office
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D. W. KELLY. --- --- -
met Col. J. E. Futch and Mrs Alma Mr. and Mrs. Elando Maines, of .

McMillan, former Starke people. He Mounteocha, were visitors: here Fri- Colds Cause: drip anti influenza( _.ft._ -
was a guest of Col.! and Mrs. Futch, day afternoon.The LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE TibletI ..emor.cauac .. '.
/' and besides, A'ivinlDr.. Bullen "thekeys" 1bt:<, t in vr.ly t ro "**-..j. 'tti
Woodmen Circle met here Fri-
U W GtCVE t. i-' rr n tog. afa .
I r to Stetson University, his host

t}. took him on a trip to Daytona and I day.Mr.. and Mrs. Andrew Sparks, of Bankrupt!
\ other places of interest on the East j[ Louise were visitors here Friday. JJOOf. ID'1'

Coast. Our beloved Baptist pastor i iI :Mrs. Autumn Youngblood and rcl I

I I speaks in high terms of the pleasant daughters, Rosetta and Ruby, of Wal I

nature of hit trip. I do, were here shopping Friday. a-rrt

'. E. J .Murrhee and K. B. business ,
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r,' : BAPTIST CIIUUCII NOTES I visitors to Sampson Friday. I f Bankrupt! !

d F f | I). J. Byrd was a visitor to Brook-
4 -; 1 ;' ". At the communion service ln"t Sun- Saturday.
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day, twenty-two new members were |I I Il.'r E. J. Murrhee made a business trip : cent
received into the church: while others .p i
1 to Sampson
V Saturday. '
will be baptized on Easter Sunday. I Mr. and Mrs. Sim Thomas visited I !
r r ; The results of the revival meetinVs the county seat Saturday. I II Bankrupt

a ;,I', are being carefully gathered,! and the Want Adwill .
I- church has received a splendid impetus :"
through the numerous accesi' -
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"The Old Maids Convention" will
'j. On Sunday next the regular services be given Friday evening, April 7th, sell a

.M ;r: will be held, the only change being In in the Lawtey school auditorium un-

'" the hour of the evening service, which der the auspices of the Woman's Missionary BIGGEST SALE OF .
1,'l will be from 8 to 9 o'clock. The Wednesday .r
Society the
Lawtey Baptist
I ':; evening meeting will likewise church. Every effort is being made to $$200. Horse

t '};" (begin! at 8 o'clock instead of 7:30.: The put it on successfully, thereby Insur- I
; :t1'" friends are asked! to notice this change ing II
everyone an evening of rich fun. I
Rible) school at 9:15 Divine
a m. Admission: Children, lic! ; Adults, 3.>c.WOODLAWN .
.' worship at 11, with a sermon by the Bankrupt MerchandiseEVER
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I'I I ,'. pastor on "Needs, ,That Appeal. This I
I L' will be an apcal for participation In I I, II

missionary, activities. The evening I!{I Woodlawn, April 7.-:Mr.( and Mrs. II I

service at 8 o'clock, will be evantelis- O. J. Phillips: and baby returned to
I Car
I', :' tic, and the wil! be "Sen.I4' I, I $$1000
sermon topic their home in Miami Thursday, after I Irj
I j
tence STARKEIs
Delayed. Bring! with you your I[ spending a two weeks vacation with

w a V family and friends, their parents, Mr. and :Mrs. D. L. a

{*3M 4. '. Special Faster music i I" being prepared lips. Phil'I'I or a II?
4: for the services of the and
( ,,1 lay, Mr. and Mrs.! John Browning! : ,
"t ? :a with the sermons Dr. Rullen is preparing daughter, Miss Gertie, spent! Sundaynear Now
j for the day, a feast of good things Raiford, the guest of relatives; I on in Full Blast at

Il'r is in store for nil who attend.KEKCK J. S. Norman was a visitor to the
((0,000Farm }
{ county scat Saturday.Mrs. $ ''

,t 4 WITHDRAWS Frank Crawford, of Jacksonville I. < .!

t *"pent last week here, the guestof I i''
t h New River, April 5, J9_2. her daughter, Mrs. T. C. Willinms.! .

'' q '! To the Democratic Voters of Commissioners Miss Debbie Phillips was shoppingIn I Cash
t N District No. S: Starke Saturday. i Department Store

? V Owing to some business changes Mrs. S. II. Thompson was visitor i

;V contemplated on my part, I havede to Lawtey Saturday. : I

.V '.' ..' cided to withdraw a* a candidate for Mr. Colson Smith, of Grain, is visit

f county commissioner and, am no longer ing here at the home of his \I"clp, M.
"f in the race. Thanking: you for D% Carter. : i .

,r any favor you may have shown me, I -
beg to remain, 500 '
I Pairs Men's Overalls
V }(V Yours very truly, BROOK ER : What is more econ- .1; :

t! ,' II. B. KERCE. There's a little town-in Bradford omical and profit $2.00 value I. 95 C l,

k Dr. and Mrs. E. T. Campbell spent Where orange trees ilu bloom, I

,yt '?' ".'' part of this week in Green Cove Where the roses and the lilies able than a want

1F r Springs, attending the presbytery in Shed the rarest of perfume.It's ?

session there. full of nature's beauty I ad in this paper? $1.25 Work "

---- Which I wish you all could see, j I ;

tt r ST. MAnK' CiILRCH! f So, why not let's make it What, have you Shirts 70 C
t u i The town it ought to( be ? I
"r Palm Sunday service at 71"O p. m. It's tho town of dear old Brooker, to sell? .

'p Wednesday, 7:30: p. m. ti The town we all love well, t.. V, I

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wily North. They will probably remain (I(13th, at S o'clock at the school audi Grace Welch was in ;

here several weeks. torium. I Sunday. I ',

t& 6 --'-- I I Twenty-five very young and talont- Maxie Kelley\ of New River \ :

Bits of Local / 1: Tomato plants at Klckliter'a. 4-7-2t ed children of Starke from the ages ,' our section Sutidiy.Howard I

j of three to six, are being carefully Thomas, of New \

. 11 Rev. and Mrs. A. M. Mi-Cool]I of IIo- II I trained in tho parts, and the enter- in our burg Saturday. I

ij Information JL1C..raJq l bllk'n>i Ga., announce the engagement j tainmcnt promises to bo exceedingly A peanut popping was \ I t

and! approaching marriage! of their I good. No effort has been spared to the home of Mr. and Mrs.\ Joe I: : .:

/ O.. V..k. 4 daughter, Louise, to Orland Kay Armstrong !I make the evening one of unusualplensur' \ ; Friday night. I,
241 >7f'.........< "Aa 0*. Cm .. T'_ '
r >4aaMTBii.m 1 of Springfield, Mo., the wedding I I :for those who arc fortunate Melvinrdlnlll': : of l

a-sg. JP 1I to take place May 21st in thoi I enough to attend. I II I in this section Sunday. I
-, I'...,..... .. .._ -.-._. J JI i First Baptist church Mr. Armstrong! I The play Is given for the benefit of Raymond Brown, of ,. ,

: C. Groover, of Brooker, was in Mr. and Mrs. F. McMunncrs: of : spent a while here last summer and tho building fund of the Woman's I here Sunday. '
town Wednesday. Waldo, motored here made numbers of friend. while connected Club and! is under the management of Among our citizens!' I < (
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) __ _____ |' and were back with tho B. Y. P. U. work. Mrs. Nolle Hughes. day nt he Sink Hole were,
{ accompanied to
II. B. Aultman, of Waldo, was a Waldo by Junius Smith. Admission 25 and 50 cents. Johns, Maw Crews, Mr. I
I visitor to Starke Saturday. Less!' strawberries have been sent Joe Hodges] ) and children. Onto

from Starke this week than the two GeruM, Adkina, George Rivers :
L. Cashatt, who
lately arrived here
. R. S. Powell was in Jacksonville on from preceding weeks, the reason being! ett Ronfroe, Donald Adkins,
Newport, Ky., has fallen in love
that the first of berries is being Adkins' W. M. Hodges,
setting -
business Thursday.J. with Starke and bought the Kloster- A three-act farce comedy, "A Family -
man cottage on West Madison street. exhausted. As a consequence the Affair," directed 1 by Jack Bomua, Minnie, Rosa Ilodges/ of Now

A. J. McKinney, of Sampson, had berries brought; in have seldom been lute of tho Bisbco Stork Companies' P. II. Crews watt attending !'
of the best. The for these inferior ness in Sturko lost week. : I
business in Starke Monday. J. T. Quigley prices will be presented tho Gaiety Thcit-
spent Thursday in berries have ranged from $7.50to M.: C. Raulorson, of Vlln< ,' i
tro next IHh
Jacksonville where ho attended I Tuesday night, April t ,
P. A. Crosby was one of the Brooker luncheon at the Mason n $8.50 per bushel. What few really beginning/ at 8! p. m. in our burg Monday.,
visitors to Starke Monday. Hotel, given fine berries have been received!! have I Tat Alvarez and Oscar Cro
I for John N. Willis, president of the Those taking part in this!' play are
sold $11.50 bushel. Rising! attended Sunday ('
as high as per
Overland Company. members of the faculty of tho Baldwin -
:Roy Roberts, of Graham, had business I Sunday
High School, which includes) one I
In Starke Wednesday.Mr. I A is exhibitionat
red l clover plant on
This is a busy time with all. Don't of our local girls, !Miss Emma Powell.
the Bank of Starke. This SCHOOL BOARD l'IWC" ;!
plant a
I spend time going all over town to find The plav is under the direction of Mr. I
and Mrs. L. G. Powell and little volunteer was found l on the premisesof
goods and prices to suit you. It you Bemus, himself a celebrated actor. Board met in regular i
son spent Wednesday in Jackson- Major E. S, Matthew!!! It is as ,
begin at our store, need This is the fourth presentation of I
ville. you go no all members present, L. W.
and well out ever
high as
I further. Peoples Grocery Co., near in the North. Tho volunteer any clover the play in different towns and it has E. T. Campbell and A. A. i I
depot.W. seen been well received. You will find it Wurth'I'
G. W. of New found here seem Minutes of last meeting ,
Andrews River had plants frequently I !'
full of pep and action, with a laugh in .
business before the county boards to prove that this crop would do well I approved.It ,
every line. Vaudeville! specialties! between !
S. Motes is I
Momday.\ getting out cypress in this vicinity though our abundanceof Is ordered 1 that the ''

telegraph poles for the Western Un other legumes has not, so far, en- acts.Admission. up note of $1885 given by \ !
ion. The poles but in Rowell 20c and :35e. for current Also
Tanlac makes people strong, sturdy are couraged: the planting of clover. expenses.
and well by toning up the vital or- lake swamp, then hauled to the "Y" terest warrant comes front

gana. Turner's Drug Store Starke. of the Wannee branch railway and Porto Rico potato plants at Kickli- "DUST 'EM RIGHT OK UTI: county to take up another $000.The

peeled.Dr. ter's. 472t. BITE" I following resolution

No matter what you need in the fered l by Dr. E. T. Campbell :
grocery line, we have it. Peoples Gro- Rogers, state secretary of mis- Saturday April 1st, was just three In the picture "Dust, 'Em Right or I onded. by A. A. Hazen: A

cery Co., near depot. sions for the Baptist!' church, was here years since A. R. Moore began busi- Let 'Em Bite" produced by the Unit- | 1Vhereasthere is n growing I

Thursday and held an all day meet ness as a merchant on tho princely ed States Agricultural Department, cy in different parts of the :

Mrs. Fred Blackburn and Mrs. ing at the First Baptist church. A sum of $18.55. Mr. Moore had a hard which will bo shown at the Gaiety; teachers to tench evolution ,t

Brown of Jacksonville were here one gbod crowd attended and dinner was struggle in the beginning but he did Theatre on Saturday, April 8th, thereis delity to their pupils.

business trip Wednesday.Carr served on the grounds.If not lose courage, had fresh goods a subject which is particularly interesting I Therefore, bo it resolved \

ed his customers right: and advertisedin at the present time on nc- j board of public instruction of
Colloy, of Jacksonville, spent you don't want to spend money, the Telegraph. He has prospered count of the ravages!' of the boll wee-> ford county will not (' ," ('

Sunday with his mother, Mrs. W. A. be sure to keep away from the Peoples and today he has a well-stocked store viI. 'I teaching, and will not employ I

Colley. Grocery Co. If you once come and a good run of custom. "The Peo- The picture was prepared to show ers teaching such things, and \

Inside you can't help buying-for wo ples Grocery Co., near the depot," appears ) what the boll weevil does, how it can ; miss any teachers known t to be :' (

Mrs. A. Price spent several days In have just what you need, at tempting! to "fill a long felt" want and. be circumvented! and that there in no InlIhem..
prices. good fur the farmer throwingup
Jacksonville with her friend, Mrs. L. "has come to stay." reason
his hands BRADFORD
E. Roberts. I __
Messrs. R. A. and Floyd Green have I Lee Taylor, of Campbellton, was in How to UHO calcium arsenate the I

been in Lake Butler this week, visiting Starke for a few days to make arrangements latest weapon for fighting the boll Bradford, April 7.-Mr. .
Url K L. Biggs spent yesterday!' in
their sister, Mrs. Johns. Mrs.! I for the moving of tho weevil, is shown while the results of i Drew Dukes were visitors .-,
Lawtey, a guest! at the home of her
Johns! and child are very ill with in household goods of his mother, Mrs. its use to the farmer in dollars! and Sunday. /
father E. J. Roberts.
fluenza. W. II. Taylor to Campbellton, to make cents are clearly demonstrated.! | J. V. F.:
Miss Erie Dennis, of Macon, Ga., her home there with him. They left A visual demonstration!' appears In business in Union county
visited Miss Aileen Alvarez during ,'Mr. Newsom, who tends the farm of Wednesday. Mr. Taylor has been the the pictures of the results secured by I Lewis Shriver passed )

last week. J. M. Alvarez, west of Starke, broughtin trusted cashier of a bank there for following carefully the rules developed Saturday enrouto to ( )

the first Irish potatoes of the sea several years, and is one of the many by agricultural experts for twin* Dr. Bishop) of Aluchim, was. / 1

Mrs. La Mira Graham, of Jackson- son Friday, though Mr. Newsom said! Stnrko !Boys) who have made a success calcium arsenate and those secured, by IICHH visitor here (last. week. 1

ville the week-end with her his family table had been supplied! in life. Mrs. Taylor has, during her others who thought, they knew more Mrs. J. W. Snrrency and '
spent parents
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez.Mr. with new "spuds" for two weeks.B. long residence here, made many warm about It than tho experts. Wiliua and Frank, motored to ,

friends!' who are sorry to see her Tho Southern Railway System, the .

M. Dowling has built new fences leave, but who wish her all happinessin Atlanta & West Point Western of :ImtllmUllUOlwmcwo ) '
and Mrs. J. M. Oliver cf "I\H-\ \
f on his premises between Cull and I her new home. Alabama & Georgia( Railroads, along ,,
i'1 win, were guests last week at the :Madison!\ streets. On the east!' side. ho i with the Louisville & Nashville Railroad p. = ,
r home of Dr. and :Mrs. E. L. Dig moved his fence in far enough to leave mmmCD"mmmmmmmmmml'J'tlrorJmmunnmwnRiimll1mromUllDmwa'l
/ 'TIIE'ElriING IN It\lYLANI> and the :Southern Bell and! Cumbeilnnd '
nn alley for the pasnire of vehicle! I Telephone & Telegraph' Companies : i iI

t Agricultural lime and other goods This liberal net i is!' much appreciatedby The beautiful little operetta, "Thi- are ,showing\ this picture In j f1t.

i especially for farmers at the Peoples the public. I Wedding in nub 'lund" and "Cntillion" combination with t the Lynch' I theatres lI iJici 4 4I

Grocery Co., opposite depot. I will be given Thursday evening, AprilWA throughout Ih!,' Southeast an putt of I ;' l: _.

---- One of the most noteworthy features i their, educational campaign :
4 ; The Woman's Club will meet next I: in connection with Tunlac in! the -

4J i Wednesday afternoon four o'clock ; largo number of men and Women who
in the council room of the City Hall. hoe reported an astonishingly rapid [ -WORU LONG; ItKIDliK: I "< a.

I increase In weight as!' a result of its
Mr. and Mrs. George A. Anderson Long Bridge, April 7.-Roan Tur-
line. Turner's Drug/ Store, Starke. week Elberton Blue I Georgia Granite
spent the week-end in Archer visitingMr. ner spent several days lost In

Anderson's parents.Mrs. J. L. Peck, S. E. Ritch and J. T. Jackson-illo attending, to buMiness. ? "TIIE STONE ETERNAL"
S. C. Crews!' was transacting business I i
A. Z. Adkins spent Wednesdayin Quigley motored to Jacksonville last FOR SALE-Kefrigerator, 100 poundice in Lake Roller Saturday.J. And GEORGIA MARBLE in'its Ivarioui!..haJes make
From Jacksonville
Thursday. Messrs. In first class
Jacksonville with her sister !Mrs. capacity. hupu. F.:. .\ Quigley and Ritch went to Atlanta, Mrs. J. F. Colley Starke. It* 'V"lnes.1 i itiny. MEMORIALSRenowned
busino.H visitors!' to
Tack Briggs.W.
stn I and from that point each drove a'
truck back to Starke, arriving here ANTF.D-Two: hundred bushels of |
J. Epperson Jr., and Raiford after sound corn, 70c bushel delivered. Miriam Johns was a caller to Lake ,
many bumps! on Sunday morn-
Epperson of St. Petersburg, are visiting ing. Starke Poultry Farm. 4-8-2t Butler Saturday. j
a their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. 1' S. Crew was a visitor to John | FOR ARCHITECTURALDIGNITY

J. Epperson. W. W. Colson and family have moved FOR SALE-Bonny Best tomato town Sunday. | and EVERLASTING ENDURANCEThree
17pr I plants, $1.50 per 1,000, prepaid. Or. J. J. Thomas, H. B. Kerce and Adam, '
here from Jacksonville and
arc occupying -
J. L. Peek, of Starke, has been appointed the Will Haynes house ders filled at once. Address M. L. Tyson, of New River, passed'I through!: j
oti essential factor to]co..idered in buying
by Gov. Hardee a'l a delegateto Watterson, Hampton Fla. 4-7-21* our burg Saturday enrouto to Lake monuments
West Madison street. Tho people of '
the convention of the United States ho tIer. are, :BEAUTY, PERMANENCY, APPROP.
Starke! welcome Mr. Colson uiul his I OST-About one month ago between
Good Roads Association to be held! at Mr. and Mrs J. L. Dowling a lIIit-1 I RIATENESS. You have the assurance of this combination
fairily and 'are very glad to h.ive: Brooker and Graham a lady's navy
Phoenix Ariz. April 24-29th.! tie daughter Jessie Lee Dowling, Ger-
them as permanent citizens. blue poplin coat. Mis Lubedia Pin- I when buying our
aid l Adkins, Donald Adkins! attended. ''
I When you pray for your daily bread \Mrs. II. C. Wimberly ar.t! daughter,, holster Brooker' Fla. It the party in linker county Friday at ,, COGGINS MARBLE CO. CANTON, GP.

remember the Peoples Grocery Co., Miss Winifred Wimberly *hn have FOR SALE-June Pink tomato plants the home of Miss Willie Mao. Stone. \ Leading Manufacturer of t..h.. South

where the best plain and l self-rising been upending two weeks at the home and Porto Rico potato plants. At Mrs. Joe Dowling and daughter returned Field or Special Representative,

\ flour is kept. Opposite and west of of Dr and Mrs. E. L. Biggs left Wed- $1.50 per 1,000. Now ready to set. to her! home Wednesday after I I W. ELLERY DAVIS STARKE FLA.

depot. r.eyday for their home in lfi/il.-in! D. W. Moore, R. F. D., Starke. It. spending several weeks in Starke the 1

While: here Miss Wimberly 'I" erNL..llt -- -- --------- guests of relatives. ocBOfflraiHDSffiainjisaxjKDfflffliDffiraQfflawHow ( C aIDCDII: DmmIDlC manJllllmmarIZllllCll1lCII.
Mrs. N. N. Colson, of Jacksonville, FOR SALE-Three Incubators, first _._
a a successful operation for appendi- ---- ------------ ---- ---- ---------- -
i has moved to Ptarke and will open a citis. clans condition; one hundred fancy -- --- -- .

millinery store. Mrs. Colson will be --- White Leghorn hens Just! right for 1

ready to wait on the trade next week. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mitchell and breeders $2 each; White Leghorneggs

---- daughter: little Miss Lucile, returned $1.50 per setting Starke
Nu Why drag around, feeling half sick home Monday Ikfter spending a week Poultry Farm. 4-8-21 Can This Bank Best

1 and no account all the time when you at Lakeland and other South Florida

can get Tanlac? Turner's Drug Store, points. Their trip included a visit to FOUND-Taken up at my place at

Starke. Tampa where they were guests for a Saxton, two black sows, with white

day of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Livingnton. list, marked straight split in inch Serve You?

Capt. Charles W. Chalker is visit They were much pleased with the ear. Owners can get them by pay

ing here with his wife and two sons growth and progres of the section visited ing feed bill and damages: and this

at the home of Mrs. Chalker's parents by them.F. advertisement. John Moody, Lawley -

Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Darby. Fla. 4-7-4t OUR\ legitimate field of usefulness is the serving of the people> ? of .

L. Shernu i and family are the this
community.If .
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. McDowell and! /guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Fling.

children: of Jacksonville spent several They were in Starke several months GOOD GRADE STABLE you are earning salary! "and want to improve your condition in life, talk it

days last week with her parents, Mr. ago, coming all the way from Maine: MANURE CHEAP '
I over with us. A banker Las'accets to many facts which are not generally known
and Mrs\ John Uglow. in a small but comfortable house carried Prompt Shipm.ntL
on a Ford truck. They have spent W. BERGMANN.J to the public. Perhaps some'of: them may be of value to you.

I the time in South Florida .. -. fJo.. ... 2111 51.1100 A
HOW'S THIS ? intervening The firstf tcp on'the road to:'success is SAVE. The second BANK
and their
I Ih mostly in Tampa, are on
I HALL'S what w.CATARRH-inim tor it-ri.l MKD1CINE your system will I YOURSA VINCS.III) The'rest t comes easy.

t of Catarrh or Ut.itnew cfcuyoa by t.atarrh. No Worms in a neuiiliy ChilJA'l'
'' w. do not wjucninena for any
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'' hildien tioufoleil with /)fO" < uv .n u *
Other dt eaSN.
HALd ;,'rAl l.tt Mr.lirtNF: !I. allquad liaHltfr J"i :"r. willeD lad:; 1 1Jto i nut',k> d\. act aml >a I
4vt.n. lnt-r.a :>,,aiia nets.. throughth .. thiro m tars' or KM .tumxeh. 6i.turbunc! E.K. FERRYMAN
blood upon the .n'UI"'h naraeea of t IjKOV :3 T.U': I._Lfcfc: t Ci ILL ." ;> Ju; r'-11'a- BANK OF STARKEw.
till v.n-m. than mili.iJiw! >ti.' \P.tlnatmalion restoring' l lady! f r iw < t"mo we-',, i. < nI''! I 11'<><1 1'mpro.'h.fllIM'uQ.'I..1 ATTORNfcYATtLAWSTARKE.
and A*,n' 'tnw. Nutnrfl' in \ ii".e.err ifl'nunu/ FLORIDA IlL

normal Vtugx\t rondlUuuu.An ,\ ClreuMri free. rologTunletnthusniYAUU! "! .. : ...ntw .lithrtr..t .."
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I FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1922.
4l "AGE SIX ..
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I! RECEIVERS APPOINTED FOR whether or not congress can, if it now makes you stronger, braver,
'r A Prominent Nurse I TilE WALKILL STOCK FARMS: I. make up for lost time with such, attention And it gives you heart and spirit u

._._...._.. ....._._...._........._............_.........._..... I Tells Her Experience to business! as will produceI the end.

r. ]: Farm lands in Clay county, upon needed legislation, entirely change; the I
; ; : With The Bradford j II Something Worth Reading j which herds of pedigreed cattle are I present attitude of the 'people.-Ex. If he earns your praise, bestow it; it
I like him let him know i it
Athens Tenn. "I suffered from grazing and where crops are under ,, I you ,
I I chronic bronchitis fur six years anti when cultivation were placed under the SEVEN: YEARS AT HARD LABOR Let the words of true encouragemn''
I had the 'flu' in 1919, my cough grew
i County Farmers'Lfj worse.' 1 noon developed! untilnia. I suffered management of two Cincinnati attorneys :j i be said
I : terribly and won sure I had con George F. Osley and Harry B. !1, Judge Warlow, of the Orange Coun- Do not wait till life is over and h.',

.J sumption. I had l a very bad color, could! I McKay, by Federal Judge John w.1 t: ty Criminal Court of Record, has sentenced underneath the clover,
......... ,...........,....... ..... .. not sleep at night and had in I I I
...........................- -- pains my : Peck. two convicted wire-tappers or For he cannot read his tombatoir
:i breast and shoulder Also arms I
j; T __ I Vfltll.l.".--\ .-..-. .nllml._... *. -\ l n.rtlm........ G.lrn._my. ... -n.... I They were named receivers to take confidence men, to serve seven yearsat when he's dead.
I f4 I. -- ---- I'ierc&sGoidcnMedicaiDiscov'ry and) J charge of the properties of the Wai- hard labor in the state penitentUiry.<<
I GIVE THE VELVET BEAN A BEAN BEETLE SPREADS wan cured of my cough. I worked all loot kill Stock Farm Company of Hamil- That means they will go to the state RECIl'E FOR MOONSHINE
winter-was up at night with patients "- :
: CHANCE and did not have a cold all my winter. I I ton, Ohio, which are said to be worth prison farm at Raiford, and presumably -
z. Farmers have much to tear from the Would auk all who suffer from weak lungs I I $2,500,000.( R. L. Dollings, of Wyoming be sent out on the road building Our old friend, W. O. White Ue

In Given High Rating by Specialist Mexican bean bottle, that insect which or throat trouble to try Dr." Pierce a I Ohio, is president of the American projects of the state. in barl! with the abov ingredimenbi

of College of Agriculture m eans ruination to the cowpea and its Golden C. Carter Medical, Route Discovery.2. -Airs. W. Clearing Company, a Delaware In view of the repeated times when his brother, who is in the mountain

clone relatives and which has been Obtain the Discovery in tablets or liquid corporation, which brought the suitkj, this class of gentry Florida has bro of Kentucky, a valuable recipe for the
ift No better soil-improving plant than spreading so rapidly thru the southern at your nearest drug store or send 100 asking for a receiver. The petition ken not only its word but forfeited its making of the very best quality of
I Pt i I the velvet bean is known for average states in recent months. I to Dr. Piercer's Invalids Hotel in Buffalo, II states that the defendant borrowed bond, we await with interest information moonshine, which we give below. Mr.
N. Y., for trial. pkg. or write for free I
I ,
-I t'' I !' Florida conditions. The State Plant Board of Florida medical advice. $173,000; from the Van Sant Trust of how they will respond to I White says he is a prohibitionist but

r' i' 'I It gathers nitrogen from the air, I has been trying to keep the farmers I Company of St. Paul, Minn., and that the "honor system" at Raiford. wants the recipe published to put tkn
IJ'' : and stores it in its roots, leaven, fruit of this state awake to the seriousness CHIPS the bank is threatening to bring fore- Charged by the judge himself in one blind tigers out of business. You ('U

L-I ,IJ'I I" ';I and vines, doing this elually as well I I of this insect's entrance to the state. closure proceedings. county with having attempted to tamper !get a sample of this dope of Mr. Wliit

"',': as any other leguminous plant known I Recently an official of the Plant If you are trying to defeat the high The plaintiff, the American Clearing with the court in person, havingin The letter and recipe follow:

J .1 to the agricultural world. Board made the following statement cost of living, plant a kitchen garden. Company, alleges that it recently every other county where permitted "Dear Bill,. I got yore letter askinme

: ,. It furnishes u heavy growth of vines concerning the beetle: secured a judgment in the common the least liberty, absconded, or if I had lernt anything abput how

F iI I "..'... and leaves which, when plowed under "The Mexican bean beetle, that There is still time to plant velvet pleas court at Hamilton, Ohio, against bought their way out, representativesof I to mak liker sense I bin in the mta.
:j I ,,1 il:: gives life to the soil and thereby pest of field beans which has been doing beans, probably the most valuable the Walkill Stock Farm Company, for' the "profession" which for years 2 yrs. I hud smile that I hev & you

_ 'I I" stimulates plant growth in a remarkable great damage in some of the legume crop for Florida conditions. I $">,426, and, that in addition, it owns has been reaping a harvest of illgotten kin mak munney if you will folfer tk*
,- '1 'I'' I" way. southern states, especially in Alabama $200,000 worth of the stock.It wealth in Florida, and making j' follering:

h I ,1' This heavy growth of vines andIII' and which would be a calamityto Fruits trees that get no care produce is alleged further than the defendant monkeys of the courts, have been 2 bu. corn meal.
: leaves shade the ground, thus supply I the bean growers of Florida, should tried at last convicted, and
e. about as well as does corn that is owns 13,000 acres of land neal' caught, 2 box red devil lye.
'. ing a need felt by most farmers. I, it become established In this state, is not worked. Green Cove Springs, and that 3,000 sentenced to seven years at hard labor 4 bx sulfer matches.

: : (,' It supplies the farmer with the best I spreading rapidly. It I is now knownto acre have been cleared and are under I in the state penitentiary.The 2 bu stabul menure.
i'III' fertilizer known and at rates no fertilizer be within fifteen miles of the FlorIda val rest of the state takes off its black molassus.
More hay and less timothy cultivation. It is alleged that the 2 gal
l r r, 1 manufacturer can approach. line having been reported at will lower cowpeas the fertilizer bill as wellas I ue of the property Is in excess of the hat to Orange county. A few more 1 ball potash.
' I J; Its roots grow deeply and loosen' I Thoraasville, Georgia. While the general the bill. liabilities. convictions and hard labor sentences 1 lb. nux vomiter. .
: the soil so the roots of corn and, other spread of the pest is in a northerly forage I I I like that will ston the -gentry: from I All this stuff to stay in a barl .f

V U crops may the better penetrate downward I direction, Its spreading/ In other Flowers around the yard add great. I FREE SEEDS AGAIN working in Florida; and nothing else water til it begins to bile up, doan par
c f to water and plant food. directions as well."Fortyseven around I but that kind of a sentence i b going: no tenshun to the flize what git in
but them
ly; put not in tho
Velvet beans is one of the recognized counties in Alabama to do it. the mash and a ole beef hed put dews
middle. Open spaces make the lawn Congress has provided the where.
best cattle fattencrs of the count Tennessee, Kentucky North and South I But the sentence of the court must in ban wit hthe abov inbredimentn
; try, especially of the South. The Carolina And Georgia are known to look larger. withal and congressmen are again dis. be carried out in letter and in spirit the liker
heps give age no questin
tributing free seed. According to the I
'; leaves and vines, as well as the pods, I be infested. 1 Hard labor means hard labor, not is! ever ast if liker is clean or no. bee
: ,.", are highly palatable and may be pastured "No work whatever No cropping system should exclude statement printed on the packages the I
I along the line i stepping about and overseeing some shoran leve the He and potash out ef
;: r through fall and winter, after of eradication is being done, as the legumes. In Florida no legume is I seeds are "government tested, a legend group composed of kid-gloved gentle you drink eny yoaclf as this is puttin

: .. they have fully matured, or have been pest appears to be too firmly established better than velvet beans, cowpeas, I intending that to convey little better the assurance than-i men or their kind, while they do Rome to kill maggots, also the nux vom
.: they are
killed by'frosts. for such efforts to successful peanuts or beggarweeds.Mr. light task in keeping with the dignity how
_ prove the seeds at the iter is pizen. let me know bla-
But cattle have no option on this but extensive control investigations I purchased corner gro and crimnal
f be and then positon in the world, of ness is and I ma come doun, tha isnt
I : I plant for feeding purposes. Sheep, are being conducted by federal Farmer, j they be not, but one thing I. certain I
;. ;-i goats, hogs and horses are fond of and state agencies. It Is trusted that of planting all your land to may I tution.-Tampa Tribune. the sabbith ennymore. hop air
-they are better than the seeds I II : you ,,,II
I :! j/s/ the vines and leaves, and the hog fattens ample funds will be available for this just one or two crops.' Take more I I I| well and still outenjail.. yore true !
_ congress has been sowing. I
I chances and less risks.
I r. well on the pods.
purpose. RURAL CARRIER EXAMINATION: i 'brother."-Lcesburg Commercial.
I ;. As n dairy food, velvet bean meal I The Sixty-seventh Congress has not I ,i

: ikes high rank. COUNTY AGENTS': REPORTS The life and future value of the I| met the expectations of the people. It The U. S. civil service commission :(|

? This plant has few enemies anti may young pig Is absolutely in it's owner's I has given more attention to politics i has announced an examination to be :,|; WilY THEY TOOK THEIR LIVES

: be grown cosily and cheaply.No Alachua-A breeder<< of this countyis hands.! Stunt it at the start and it j|I than to policies.!' It has compromised I held at Luwtcy, Fla., on May 13, 1922 i; -
Florida farmer should hesitateto supplying club membrrs with pigson goes through life a runt. Start it ,I when it should have redeemed. It has ,*to fill the )position of rural carrier at 1 In its recent report on suicides i i.

plant velvet beans along with his easy terms. Friday eleven club right and it will be a big, healthy hog. ,[, be''n inefficient when it should have i Lawtey, and vacancies that may later, the United States the Save-a.Life

I .: corn crop, because the value of the members with their families !gathered I I I. been effective It has been Incompetent -| occur on rural routes from that )post! : League gave some of the strange and

bean crop is worth far more than the at his farm where a program of "The old gray mare ain't what she I,[ when it should have been capai j office. The salary of a rural carrieror. apparently trivial reasons why peo-

) little trouble the farmer is put to in ,j"speeches was heard and the pigs used to be." No, nor is the method of i i i ble. As the result it has sowed seedsof a standard daily wagon route of 21 i ole to'ok their Own lives. One man

gathering corn in the bean vines. I i drawn. planting corn and other seed what it I impatience, distrust, disappoint. miles is $1,800 per annum, with an hanrct1 h'nuelf' because his wife was
ment and lack of confidence. The "too rfooif for him. Another ended
I one
----- was was a lad. additional $30 per mile per annum for
PREVENTING: AND THE \TINC: Walton-We delivered four carload I congress fo; years, which was expected I I I each mile or major fraction thereofin his '.:fa because his wife was spendinghs

; SORE !SHOULDERS' OF ANIMALS of co-operatively ordered fertilizers THE EXPENSIVE TICK | to do much for the welfare. of the'I excess of 21& miles. The salary on ; money too freely. The noise of a

( this week. Our people think they I country, has done less than some congresses I' motor routes ranges from $2,130 to neighbor's piano drove a man to snii :
,, : i Collar galls or sore shoulders is a could not A J from which little was expect ide.. Another found life no longer
get along without their few cattle fever ticks will cost $2,000 per annum, according to length.
and serious ailment In ed. II ..rth living when his wife refused
very common
councils the
and United
community the farm bu. States government more Separate examinations for motor and
,. spring and summer with farm animals I In reviewing the first of tho Kiss him.
reau. than the value of diamonds of same year wagon routes are no longer held. Appointments -, q
There can be nothing more inhumane size and weight, if recent recommendations I Harding administration the Boston I to both positions will be A spinster wrote: "No man in the

) than working dumb beasts when they Polk-Many growers are spraying of the senate committee on Transcript (Rep.) says: "Congress I U I made from the. same register. world is good enough for me," and

I .. have sore shoulders or sores which their watermelons with bordeaux and claims, is included in appropriations. the liability of the Republican party, j The examination will be open onlyto then took poison. A mother killed her.
come in contact with the harness. Black leaf 40 for disease and Insect The bill is for $245,258.12 in payment I the president and his cabinet its citizens who are actually domiciled self because her son was determined)

', As in all things, prevention is better enemies. for cattle killed in Kansas in 1919 by : greatest asset." The Transcript might In the territory of the postofflce where to wed against her wishes. "Beware ,

,. than cure. The most common cause cattle tick fever, resulting from infestation wel Ihuve said: "Congress/ Is the liability -I the vacancy exists and who meet the of grass widows" was the valedictoryof "\;

$ \"\ for sore shoulders is a collar that does!' I Volusia-Our farmers have bought of native cattle in pasture of the nation, the President and other requirements set forth in Form I I a suicide who slightly altered the )
: not fit, that Is either too large or too I his cabinet its greatest asset for elder Mr. Wcller's classic warning. A .
;, ("operntively a thousand pounds of into which shipment of cattle from 1977.! Both men and women, if qua-! J
small. Collar]) that become filled this is about how the man made with himself "for the .<
: pads bluestone this week. I the Fort Worth yards were placed. people feel about I ified, may enter this examination. but I away .
tt1 with dirt frequently' irritate the skin I t i I I The cattle were dipped -at Fort the matter, as was indicated by the ; appointing officers have the legal ; good of the I.V.. W." Robert Louis ;&;,
sufficiently produce sores, especial. 'apathetic vote in the third Stevenson in "The Suicide Club" had
Osceola-Citrus growers are sprayi Worth according to regulations, but congressional right to specify the sex desired in requesting -
:u ly when the animal perspires freely. i ing for control of thrips and fungus I evidently one or more female ticks district recently, as well as In I certification of eligibles. i one of his adventurous recruits giveas

7: i One trace.being longer than the other diseases. Truckers are preparing to I urvived and later dropped to the ,: New England municipal elections two Women wilt not be considered for rural I his excuse for wanting to shuffle

__ __ __ 1' I: and the traces being adjusted too sub-irrigate and tile-drain their land. l round in the Kansas pasture, laid 1 weeks ago. And 'this is the situation carrier appointment unless they off this mortal coil that everything '

f e long on the hames which will bring allY eggs which hatched and the little cat- j with congressional elections only a are the widows of U. S. soldiers, sail- I bored him. And the excuse "went"

/ the pressure directly on the point of Duval-In order to determine the tie fever ticks transmitted the fever few months away. ors or marines, or the wives of U. S. with the manager of the iniquitous organization

) :'" the shoulder, are often the causes of best fertilizer for pecans the Bureauof protoplasm into blood of their hosts, I It's going to take something more soldiers, sailors or marines who are because from, his special :

1 sores on horses' shoulders. These Plant Industry will begin a five- killing large numbers of the susceptible -I than free garden seeds to make< i physically disqualified for examination knowledge of the subject he was I
p :; troubles can easily be remedied by year fertilizer experiment this season cattle. Such experiences resultin I I brighter for the dominant party the by reason of injuries received in aware of the seemingly tenuoid reasons .

- \ giving proper attention to the collar on two local groves, one on high drawing the quarantine lines tighter political prospects of next November. the line of military duty. Form 1977 frequently given intending sut- r1..

..: and harness, seeing that they fit perfectly black jack ridge sand, and the otheron around all tick fever quarantinedareas. About this congressmen should not and application blanks may be obtained cides. I ,',

t .,,: and are properly arranged. Portsmouth fine sandy loam-two I mistake. Indeed, it's a question from the offices mentioned above or There is no occasion for surprise at ,
; .t' The best treatment for sores Is to pronouncedly different types of soil. I from the United States Civil Service these excuses for ending human exist

/(. .l4 wash them three times daily with a Some people think evil, but haven't I I Commission at Washington, D. C. Ap- tence. The suicide must be of unbalanced

- .:\ solution of creolin or some other antiseptic Clay-In company wit h our local the courage to carry it out. I CARDUi HELPED plications should be forwarded to the mentality, of which the trivial

c J'! then swab with a lotion composed editor I visited the Lawrence Develop I commission at Washington, D. C., at reason is a characteristic expression.

of lead acetate 3 ounces, Zinc ment Company's plantation near Lake The man who advertises!' his honestyby I REGAIN the earliest practicable date. The Save-a-Life League has a noble
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sulphate 2 ounces, water 32 ounces. Geneva. Found 500 acres of land set' adding "honest" to his name, may mission. Sympathetic persons working .

: Instead of using a lotion, some far to pecans of different varieties with deceive himself, but never those who DO IT NOW among their discouraged comrades
_ ; :, mers prefer to use a dressing powder satsumes between the rows. This is know him. -. could save many from wrecking

_ 1: and in that event, a good powder can one of the large companies of this I' I Lady Was Sick For Hire If with pleasure you are viewing any their lives. The scientific study of suicide -
': : be made up of boric acid 4 ounces county that are really doing: things. Of course, it may have no conneCt work a man is doing, will also aid greatly. Why does
'","' burnt alum 2 ounces, powdered char. tion with the reds of Russia, but many Years, Suffering Pain Nervous If you like him or you love him, tell Germany lead the world in suicides,

coal 2 ounces. Apply this powdertwo .Santa Rosa-Have delivered three American farmers are changing the :, and Depressed-Read Her him now; especially children? Why is Ire

or three times daily after wash. carloads of fertilizer and ordered another color of their barns.COFFINS Own Story of Recovery. Don't withhold your approbation till land freest from the evil? We are :Ji

,'______ ; I lag the sore with an antiseptic. Zinc on this week. All orders were j i the parson makes oration told that as business conditions improve -
oxide ointment is also good In healing cooperative. -- And he lies with snowy lilies o'er his : suicides become fewer. Bat 10
: sore shoulders. & CASKETS: I brow. there are many suicides due to other ,}3

.t-. Hillsboro-Strawberries still hold. And a Full IJn of Faint Rock Ala.-Mrs. a M. Stefan. I causes than financial depression. With a;

NEXTIOSEOFCALOMEL ing out In price as well as quantity. Vn Jitakrm' Sapplitt M near hero recently: related the toltowinc For no matter how you shout it, he more knowledge we shall be able to 1:
: !MAY SALIVATE YOU Many spring vegetables are movingto interesting account of her r*> won't really care about It; grapple with the problem in earnest.

the market. AUTOMOBILE HEARSE Ooriyt "I was la a weakened eonttttlon. He won't know how many tear drops -Gainesville News. /
It I. !MercuryQulck.ilver, Shock
i I was lick three
Alwar on band. The best service years la bed.nfftrbu you haw shed,
; ; Liver and Attacks Your Bones Marlon-Much interest is being at tile lowest price Special *. a great deal of pain w...,. If you think some praise is due him, A !good cook invariably command<<

shown in spraying tomatoes and watermelons attention to telegraph eren. atrrons. depressed 1".. so weak now's the time to slip it to him high wages-if she,isn't married. I
,j Calomul salivation Is horrible. It for disease and Insects Registered Embalsier.DeWTIT I eonldat walk acres lbs floor: Just For he cannot read his
swells the tongue, loosens the teeth Went .to Sparr by special invitationto fcad to lay ana my lItti. one do the when he's dead. tombstone Some people! never' quite believe it
work. I
WM almost
and starts rheumatism. There's no dmtd. I tried
talk to the farmers on tomato pro C. JONES i: vry thing beard of. and a.number of is a secret v.nt.1: tht'y'have told is to
should take sickening
_ t reason why a person blems. doetor Still I didn't their best frieiJ.ToCureaColdlaOnaDay.
STARKE, FLA get any rUt More than fame, more than
I money, '
r calomel when a few cents buys I eoaJcIa'to and slept poorly. I the -
1':; a large' bottle of Dodson's Liver Ton Putnam-Friday I checked b llT. It I hadn't heard of and take comment kind and sunny,
up experiments And the .
Oardul I woulr have hearty, warm approval of
perfect substitute for calomel. It \ died. I bought a
4 in which Irish potato seed A TONIC dx bottle, after a neighbor told me friend; Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE (TablruJ' 1.
la a pleasant vegetable liquid which4r' nop tha tough snd1e.d.ch. sod work off !!h .
were treated for disease. Found what it did for
50 her For it gives to I life Cold. I.W. CROVE1* .
will start liver Just as surely as Orov*'. Tasteless chill Tonic restore a savor, and it : : Un tur oa Mcb box. 30c.
your per cent. more disease on rows in "I began to eat and sleep began td !
3 calomel, but it doesn't make you sick which untreated seed were planted Energy and Vitality by Purifying and gain my strength and am now well --- .- '!'!'!!!' .f.
l and cannot salivate. than on rows in which treated seed Enriching the Blood. When you feel ltd and strong. I haven't had any tree ,
Calomel is a dangerous drug besides trenKthenintf.Invigorating effect see bowIt bl* since I sure eon testify to the ,
It may make you feel weak, sick were planted. brings color 'to the cheeks and howIt good that Cardul did m*. I don't GENERAL INSURANCE
think there 1* a better tonle
Don't lose Improves the appetite, will then
nauseated you
., and The fellow who is considerate of the and I believe It saved m.Ut.."
a day's work. Take a spoonful of faults of others generally has the few appreciate Its true tonic value.Grove's Toe over 40 years thousands of women HAROLD C. WALL r''
necessary. Your druggist says if you est of hi* own. Tasteless chill Tonic is simply have used Cardut successfully,
L don't find Dodson's Liver Tone acts Iron and Quinine suspended In syrup. Sci In the treatment ot many womanly
pleasant even children like It. The blood aQments. STARKE FLORIDAFIRE.
No salts
will wake feeling great.
i up Plies Cured In 6 to 14 Dsy.DreeSista needs QUININE to Purify It and IRON to If you uffar as tVs!
women did
.j calomel
better than treacherous yourDodson's n>*rvl money If PAlO OINTMENT f."lh Enrich: it. Destroys Malarial' germs and I take CarJul. It may help you. too. LIFE BONDS AUTOMOBILES f't
Liver Tone instead and you jilcure litthlnn.B'lml' lleedlnil: oc Pn nnltnil Pile*.
1. !'lummy "tow1* ''tph'ort' P'lw. ..n,| you run frmtiu. Grip germs by Its Strengthening Invlgot' At all drusststa. H It
I money is waiting for you.-Adv.-66 .t uu-r ife JUjt uti/lknuoo.: l'rica Si.- oting Effect.:' oOc.


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IDLENESS. ON DECREASE I i LAWTEY { was spent, Refreshments were serv- ENTOMBED: IN ICKKKHG business in Starke.J. tnhlUhlnir n system nf Waterworks Sowernirc,

and for llluminntlntr Purponi. ..n.16 er.nte
ed.Mr. H. Sowell and family of Cooter a Hoard) of I'ublia Works of anld, 'lowni" and
UMn'ployment LCHKOIIH Throughout Lawtey, April 7.-W. E. Torodu and Mrs. W. E. Torode and chil- Body of Viking Perfectly Preserved Pond spent Sunday hero with rela- Special F.I.... lon to dcttermfn the qUMiUon of
UnuinK fin.uoo bonds of call town for the
the United Stated was transacting business in Jacksonville dren spent Sunday afternoon at After Thousand Years tives. nnriHieo of KvennHtruottnic and Knlanclnir' 1 the
: Thursday. W turw'.rlm and: Klortrlo:: Light Plant of the
I' ICingsley lake. Two chicken thieves were in town town of Stnrko MorldnHB .

G M. Inmiin, of Starkc was transacting Mrs. James Barr was transacting The body of a Viking ruler, 1,000 Friday: night mid visited the chickencoops If HUirilFU OKDAINKO. that bomli
The army of unemployed In tho business in Lawtey Thursday. business in Starke Monday years old, standing upright/ in a hugeiceberg 1 of D. W Hazen Mrs. J. B. dated l I. ilt>d July In uurHiinnn 1 1. 11122. lit nf diinnmlllnt paid election ono shall nt One b*

United States will not be increased by Mrs W. E. Torode Miss Nelle and James has returned to civilization 'Ihouaand ihdlarv..sl.noO. alit) each and shall
M. Starling was a visitor to Shuw and J. I. Waters. Saturday be nunilwred and malili\i aa follow i

500,000 when the union coal miners George Uobprts attended the chautauqua Starke Sunday.W. after drifting for at least tin centuries morning, finding the chickens missing No*. (lloth,
throughout tho country luid down the'' in Starke through the icc-bloili.- ". in Aimnuntln Maturing
Friday evening jr. Padgett, of Jacksonville wasa D. W. Ilazen began inquiring and I to a 'J.OOO.IIO( July 1. liun
picks and shovels. Other of the barren Arctic regions. Preservedmore H to 4 .OllO.OO July 1, 1!>Jj.nnn.no 5
groups Ernest Wells was a business visitor guest Sunday of his brother M. soon found out Ins chicken coop w is n/ Ui workers according to reports in Wash to Jacksonville perfectly than any body ever uncovered 7 to Ru 'J.OIIO.IIII) July 1, 1H2H
not that had been
Wednesday. I' Padgett.Mrs. \the only one visited, tu 10 82.0110.00
July I, InJH
ington, of a total which can only be J. C. Cone of Brooder in mystic Egypt the giant and set out i immediately to try and locate it t.t\ ti.aoauu July, i, j'HiiJ.
was transacting A. J. Lowery and, little A. J. 11 lu 14IK .
estimated, but which is believed to I Norseman was \' Punish! .1100 00 July 1, 11181Inrlualvwl
business in Law toY Wednesday Jr. returned to their home in Jackson them the thieves. Thinking they would l to 18 'J.I1110.00 lulv 1, 1'ma
approximate the strength of the striking I doctors staring!< out athect fmm his Gainesville 17 101M jj.nouiui; : July, 1. lilillfJ.llllOOO
and Saturday. likely g'o to or some plnco lit tu 211
villa Sunday after spending July 1, 1JH
miners, will be going to work at of frozen winding: s on the east coast like that to dinpoRu of their booty, ho II to lijH'l t >:00":: :00 July:: 1, :01'5 4
Henry Bennett Jacksonville
weeks with relatives hero.
I wasa to IM u.ooono July 1, hAS
about the same time most of them I of Greenland.
in business visitor to Lawtey Friday and his son, A. A. Ila/.en. loft immediately ill to 1 2fl! I '.OCIOO! ) July I I. IUR7 .

two major industries. These two industries I: and Saturday.Miss I W. II. Burt was a visitor to Jacksonville The body of the Viiung round by tho for Gainesville. When about 21 tu to V'Mi noIII 4 $$4.naO.OO J:oou:: ::no: July July::: I i., in 11455 111 1

are road buihlinjr and business !- :j Friday.M. Danish men of medicine towered Pearl Griffin spent several L. Loadholtz of Jacksonville 81: to 14SB 2.1111(1.011
construction. i days July 1, 1(141
feet tall. lIe was clad in rude ancient they met up with the thieves findingIn to a8 $.'.000.00 July I. 11142
I days with friends in Jacksonville last spent Sunday at his home here. Iliith principal and Inlumit. shah b. payable "
The department of agriculture is I week. armor gripping spear and shield; their possession tho stolen chickens In told coin( of the United Mtatui of Am..riaa '

completing a survey of the road buihl- Julius Eunice was a visitor to the with his head crowned with the winged and a dressed hog. Upon returning of...the prmunt Mandurd of weight and flneni -

ing activity of the coming months to !Mrs. James Ilannan and daughter: county seat Sunday.Rev. helmet of Norse royalty. Standing! to Brooker bringing the negroes Pity and at the''''I.Ilannvi-r of New Million Y..rk. !Inleiwt Bank In10.nt tlui*

b. announced shortly, which indicates Miss Genevieve, of Jacksonville spent E. D. Boyer filled his regular sternly in his transparent tomb of ie. with them, they found out that the nnnitin rate of, pnynhle alx pi-r nrml-annunlly centum I 18 per, centum) jr. I

that from $500.000.000 to $700,000,000 Sunday at their farm in East Law appointment at the Baptist church on this warrior of yore was an inriod- hog belonged to M. P. Malhcny.Sheriff HI. IF rlIKTllr.lt ORDAINED that the i I
tey. and evening.Mrs. .. form of Imllnt to he uiied. at said SIMVIH' Eli*.
Sunday morning ihl. of Norse -
phantom legendry: Hun .10..11 1 1 Im milmltintiully, In the
will summonedand .)
spent the country Mrs James Burr returned here from Lem Sapp was a visitor to When the ice had boon chopped away Epperson was form ....wlt:
beginning: immediately in constructing soon he auld) Deputy B.iisjen arrived O"'I"I'r.III.I.OT
!Miami Friday. Jacksonville Friday.A. from the giant body, the Viking! stood I1OND ELECTION! OF TOWN OP STARKE:.

highways. This vast and far-flung Bryant Reddish, and! sister Miss II. Harley had the misfortune to unravaged by time. The skin nnd the two negroes were ar- FLORIDA
was told the
lat of
on day
June A. p. 1IIS1
will rested. While ut the homo of the
enterprise give employment to Eva and, Miss Eva Futch attended the lose a mule from colic Sunday after- white and firm instead of dried and no- .' Make a crona-mnrli Ix1 I to the lift 0'h.. I
many thousands of men, possiblymore 1 glues a search was made, and Mono pmpnslllun| either Kor" or "Aitalnut," *o an
chautauqua at Starko Friday evening. ]1 I noon. shrunken and the head and chin were lit Indicate. the way you di*lr* to vote
than 250,000, who have been idle Robinson was arrested! for making, .-.- .. Far $1(11111000: ( Iloml for tho RPCON.HIUUCriNd .
Dr. and Mrs J. It. Carrodine and
The strawberry movement is stillon covered with hair that was long and AND RNLAIU.INI of
or on part time throughout the winter I moonshine. Sheriff Epperson found
sons attended the movie show at the Three and four refrigerator red and silky.A 'the Wati-rworkn and Fli-clrle Light y
months.In I go. the still and also a barrel of mash _Plant! '' of the Town of Stork, Florida

the building construction Industry Starke Friday night. cars were shipped daily last week ship. now is bearing the body of The trio was taken to Starko and .. _.\...In.t $16011000: ) Honda for the RBCONSfKlICTINO -

I John Mann was transacting busi- and good prices were received. Enoch the one-time Viking king to Copenhagen lodged 1n tho county jail.\ AND KNI.AKOINii
the prospect ia regarded as no of the Watcrwnrk and Klvctrle: Llvht .
in Starke Thursday. Grime received check for $J9.90 for 1.
ness a where skilled. scientists will be
legs promising. The amount of : G B. Colson spent Sunday afternoon Plant of the Town of Starke. FloridaII .
con Andrew I (owery of Jacksonville three crates W. C. Wooten 35.23 for called to perpetuate, if possible, the in LaCrosso. P
tracts let the
during month of Febru- visited relatives in Lawtey Sunday. two crates and A. M. Blanchard $74.68 of the It further ordered. that the poll shall i
by injection
ary In 27 northeastern states totaled process preservation Albert Shaw of Gainesville, was In bo .opened. for votinir and cloeed, 'In aitcnrduncr
Miss Lizzie Byrd was a visitor to for 5 crates. R. R. Thede had five of chemicals. The body will be town Monday afternoon.Dr. with thu itumirnl law of the Bta' of "'lor.hl .
$177,365,000 increase of ,
an seven percent Starke Sunday.Gus crates to sell for 70 cen, s a quart. placed in the Copenhagen museum if D. C. Witt of Aluchua. was in lln It further onliilneil that K A. Scott and

over January according to the I Loadhoitz of Jacksonville spent These few are the only one that reported a method can be found to the O... M. KUtrunk and J. M Alvarea be and, theya
]1". W. Dodge Company's compilation.For our town Saturday. it hereby appointed Inspector* and '1'. N j
I the week-end with relatives in town.D. their sales but no doubt a good body as it was kept in tho chilling embrace Services were held at the Advent Kendrick hen.by appointed, Clerk of Klectlitn. I ,
the first two months of the to conduct* acid election. In accordance. with
the total is I I R. Edilins, of Gainesville, was many more around Lnwtey received of the iceberg. church Saturday. the reiiulrrmenu of the general law of the

nearly 350000000. transacting business here Wednesday. around the same prices. Berries were Upon the discovery of the Viking'sbody Slate of Florida I IHe
It furl hi'r ordained. that a Special' Meet-
This ia an increase of 60 per cent I I Lonnie Prescott of Maxville was a selling at the depot all last week from an eXI't'clition"as dispatched to Inn of the Town Council be and the same Uhereby '
tho 1921 In Sometimes it Is dangerous to practice called. to b* held onh.* 2nd( day of
over figure. addition of
con 'visitor to Lawtey Saturday. $R to $12. Quite a large
Greenland from Copenhagen to excavate what Jail June, A. D 11122, at the hour of Glilht o'clock II-
doors have
templated new work reported during I I I Leonard Taylor was transacting refrigerator boxes are also shipped the iceberg which "the age-old! we preach. I'. M. without further notice to the member f
(' of of the Town Council for
is' a habit locking when they close. the purpose of
the first two months of the year I: business in Starke Thursday. daily and others by open express to king was found., This expedition has! canvRMntnic tht. return of Raid ..h'e''loIn anddpclarlnif

placed at more than $800,000,000. The j I' Horace Starling of Clay Hill wasa nearby markets. the _lilt thereof. and to trammel. I
Bent back word that seven other bodies any other bimlneiia that may com before th
magnitude of the building revival 'I visitor here Saturday.John It you tenth your child' to four you council l lUK
untouched 1 the
as by as
years ,IF rllHrilFR ORDAINED: that iiollnoof
therefore, exceeds the expectations of V. Ilaigler of Arcadia, spent WATERMILL, first have boon dug from tho mammoth in time it will learn to hate you, and unit! election, stall be jtlven. whluli "..II...
its will bo in future nhnll ontmlnt. of the publliatlon .
the industry itself. Progressively last week disposition warped! of thl onlt.nnnee
pfveral as
days in Lawtey
cake of ice. In a nownpapor' iiiihlinhi' In paid Town

also it is increasing the figures for j I. the guest of his brother, P. G. Haig- Watermill April 7.-Mrs. II. J. J. Tho early history of America may years. of Don, Htarko and ,It thirty hall. have da'-a I the prior wordii to date preceding1 of ule-Itn

February showing a 73 per cent excess Markey is visiting her son, Mose Mar- bo rewritten before the investigators follow i "Hpeclnl' Flection Nolle"

over those of February 1921. I I ler.Dr. this week They keep on saying that water Is Ho It further ordained., that thl| ordinane
Biggs of Starke was a professional o key of Macclenny are through Already Copenhagen hnll he In full fore and effect from and .,.

March it is thought will show evIen | visitor here Saturday.Miss Mrs. D. J. O. Green was numbered scholars are considering a theory that (cheap but it in mighty expensive bur its paMiaif. and approval DeWirr C. 'ONES.

better results and April when the I Louise Blanchard returned to on the sick list last week. the Viking with his royal winged hel when mixed with Home of the stocks AlleetiC I'mldent of the Counrll

spring season brings still greater .her home last week from Lake Butler Quite a crowd of young folks enjoyed met may be no loss u celebrity than we buy. A. FUTCH

work! probably will be a banner month where she spent two weeks with a party given at the home of Feif Eriksen "Krik': the Red," famedas 1 Adopted' Town by Clerk.unaiilmoiin vole of the Tow ,

It is difficult now in many sections to relatives. Mr. and Mrs. J. Goodge Friday eve- a dauntless voyager of ten centuries It'sI poor day when America cannot Council the 22nd day of Munch A. l>. 1II.JSI.

employ skilled workmen in building Mrs. C. Y. Mayo of Milton, is the ning.J. ago and believed by many historians make' rapid strides in om way or (SPAL) *!. A. 1-own FUFCII.Clerk .7

trades. Wages have decreased but guest of her parents Mr. and Mr*. J. Goodge was a business visitorto to have landed on the shores' of another. Just now we are, engaged in A.Approved U.. I1U2.,! liy. me this the JIHtb duy of Mnrah..

labor department returns show that a II. Moore, for a few days. Sampson City New River and ., America 400 years before Columbus making the country safe for crooks.) : l-Ht.4-.' L. A. DAVIS. JR.

carpenter can still earn $1 an hour or The Ladies Aid Society of Grace Clayno Saturday.Mr. steered 1 the Santa Maria Into harborat There's a pile of gold pouring into Mayor

more, a bricklayer up to $10 a day, a Methodist church, met Thursday evening and Mrs. W. W. Brown and San Salvador. the United, States treasury but the NO'I'It'K IIF H.fcCIIONPy

:plumber slightly less and other work- at the home of Mrs. James Good- baby of New River spent. Saturday A Norno lei-end, has it that "Erik stiift" ,doesn't stay long enough to gotaiinmintcd. laws' of the the power mate vrnleil of I lorldn In .them I Ilia board.by the of.h..1 pill,

ers in proportion. fellow. A very profitable afternoon 'I night/ here with relatives. the Rod" was un curl banished, to lie henliy ItiHtmrtliiii omen elictlonn of Itrnilrord'to Ite fnilnty.Inld In the Florida fol.lowlmt ..

_u__ ____ i Greenland; because of his socret roman --- --- ---- (( dl.t riots nn the U.h day nf April
IIUJ.! for the piirioe| of ekctlmr, thn trues
Orrs tetr*:* oifll Ywn*)
I with his liege lord's homitifuldaughter. ) teea t and tvrmlne the uniiiiint. of m (Hair to

I '. )h. ., MmfleS*** '! ,Pjr : Hearing of a vast hind to ." :re* vitnllty' nni nrrtfy by' i/urMn4) : ant 'v be aninvHed I '
1'. ,, tho hlood! > i i nil clerks] n"lIIg,1 Far;; the purpuMif i of holding' sold' elecllnil I In
un noon : : :: ;
tlmtrict .
No. !a, Htnrke oho
the snuthwoitt sailed away andis ,..1.,,,n I'l'I ,. .. .U_. Imve bertf fullowlmr man.nwem
.I.pulnt.'d' 1 A. )f. Johns C
"iipposod l to have reached what is -' --- --. A. I I.uloh, 'r. N Kunilrhik, '
iNo'I'I'R: OF WAS'Ft:UN BALK I bur I Ihn puipoiu" of hiildlnit sold oli'rtliin. In
$ mm' (Capo Cod Bay, sailed along Sci- Hereby notice In Kivnn" that under, nnd hyvlrlun DUIrlrl( No 4' lung llrl.Uii.: I I the following'
tmi11' ," Bench)) past 'oronet Rock) into or Hint, ci'M iln Html ,di-cn-e of fonclcmuro ', ninnnui, m have beul nlipnlnled., : l: B C. Crews,
mndi hy' Ille Indus of t Ihn Fluhth Jilill (II.v MiNnly "n.. It. F Itanfiiw.
HoKliin harbor: and thence up the cnl Clreull if IIr..1. (wanly' Florliln, In For lion purpmu' of huldliiv unld elnetlun. In

Commercial riiuiloH river into the Back Buy, land- chnncery Mime, on Ihi) 'llth liny of Mnr h, Dlntrlrt No.1. llroohlyn. the. followlHK man.nuira .
A. I D "I'I2J. In ftn.'u." ..f Annie I''!. Pnllll Join hove IMIH nppo' 'nti.d. .1.I I' 1't.l' ..,utt
''in.' near (',.mbrid.ro and HiUdim! alarire ml. hy her hiinhnnil and mil t. friend A. M 1".1 ('IriMni.. 1 II In and R. (J. Ilolhinierl .
I.,',lit. un romtilnlniint and' niriilnHt I'lorcntl1iymunlli b.r l i Mm' 'IIIIIUIM| '' > if >hdang' Hnld. election In
housa. and I Cntherlni. Pnymunth hl. I"h I'tlrt, No U, I'lnu (lilt. the Mlowlnit' man-
-----. ---- wire. n* di ft'ndnnt. sour. hnMi lM.cn appialnLid" : .Alien (tlrwn I I.
W I',InluilKti'r and, A. II Hurrrncy.
The umlrreluued in Kpeelnl' Mnnter will or.
ItliOOKKRBrooker ) ) fir for dale, In runt, ..r (Ih" eoilrthoune, In fir the 'nuriiimo nf hilillmr said eli-rll.m! In
Job Printing Btnrlie, Flor ,In. dilr'', 'nir, the |1..1| hoorn. of .nleon 1 I Dlxlrlit No ii). Vnnilirhllt.' the fnllowlniimnimiii'm
hnvo been appointed' F. M Nowman
Monduv the tat ilny of Mny. A. I) 1U2Jto (
April 7.-E. S. Ouinrv, of th. hluheftt and lu-iit, lilddi for ....h. tinfollowlnir 1.. I.. Connor and J. C. Alvarea.
I For the puriHwe' of holdlnir said eleitlon In
I'lnnt' City, spent the week-end hero di-ncrlhed ,propnrty nltuiited end he I'..tr"1 Nil II, (draliam the followlnit manHunm .
low In the county uf llrudford and *tnl of ,
with relatives. Imu |bran appointed i Jnmn. ,ynolib
( Morliln, to-wit' L. C. Smith and C. Poirir
Lots B and 7 of Illoek 25. (i.. per pint of
T. II. Parker and children left
Mrs. .
For the of ..
| Clue town of Stark and, John addition... purpon holdlnit sail' election la
I Saturday for Tavares. They have to contnlnlmr iine-iinarlee' of nn acre mine orInin. DiKlrlnl No. U, New Klver. the follnwInK
I l In Illmlc Number 2H manages been nppnlnted I O, W. An.
t been here for sometime on a visit with Also lot "Number < of drew*. II W. Kelly W. M Parker.
Inh.* town of Shirk a. per mnp or pint l-or the purponn of huldmit, sail lectlon In

3a I' relatives. paid town. llilrlet No :M llellbronn. at llnllbronn eehourl|
A. 1. ADKINS (
L. W. Suwell of Aln- hiium. the followlnic manauer* have lieen:, anpointed -
Mr. und Mrs. Ma. lerriollmlor .
a R: M. JOHNS. Special N. I>. <;reen. Draw. Kedduh. ., and i.
(chua spent Sunday hero. for ComplalnanL StNOTICE I I'* 1'nrmrnter.
I i.i'"V lha '"'r'10". of holding aald eleotlon la
Fred Ilazen who has been doing/ relief Fim; FIMAL I>M('Ju'KGK 'OJ.AI). No. IN. linger. the fnllowlnama.. '
a MINIHTKATOK suer, h... D appi.lnledl (J. II. Col.....
1 work at Crawford for the past two
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In Court of County Judge. Bradford county Oeleen and J. C. Cone
CARDS weeks, returned home Saturday. Btnt of Florida niJ/'T .thSi purpose "' hufdinR l sold. .lection n
In rMetnt of Alva 11. nndney., deceued 25. I......... the followlnit _.-
J. L. Gilyard is very ill at this writ Notice I I. hereby illven. In all whom It bay ama have been appointed J. II. Moor J.
; o..n.orn.h.t onh.* Int day of May A. U and W. II Edwards
ing.L./ 11122. I hall apply 1 \6h.* llonnrahl, B A.lren. m./T..the p'iyH"" "' "Wlnic said. election.
Dyul of Jacksonville was a business ( Judge of nald court a* judic of probt. .., No. 117. Hampaon. the following, man"H" I
ENVELOPES admlnlntrator of the nhnTTi.'n"0T"' M v"rnnhi'H.tUlC henry
visitor here Saturday. for my final dlaehanc ; -
B Rodney di-ceaned.: and that
of Ne and palate of Alva anal ... purpae "' ""'," "" said elation. I.ih.VhM. .
Chester Andreu wRiver
at the same time I will prnent my 81. Ibwirr.' .
y' BILL HEADS count a* admlnlntrator of old eatal* and ... > Ruler .oh..lhm.,
Dave Greene of Pine Hill wree here Jam m.na" hltv. ... ;
ak for their approval. .. (...k..ji, ... Riwler .nlsJap11'Inw' :
Sunday afternoon.R. Dated March l.A.n'lllil. ler.9244t414.
NOTE W. Surrency of Graham wall In Aumlnl.trat FAtale of Alva II. It.dn.... d.' .. II II. WlUfllNN. ,
town Saturday. c.ued 5g


vices at New Hope Saturday and Sun ORDINANCE NO. 111. I.KNKI1AL STATUTES

SHIPPING TAGS BE IT REMEMBERED!: that ., an ailjourn- Henby ...11.. I. irlv.n that It.' A. W.....

day.Messrs.. Guy Plnholster and Jesse of..I Htark niMtinic.' lnfthe Countyof HndforduStab, < pnrphase raadaatlvely. r 'of I 11.Isa 1211 sale 128 certifrabw.nd 181. 1.nu.bewd._" by

LETTER HEADS of Florida. h.ld on the 22nd day of M.mh.1 the tan wlketor far. Rr..ltord ,
the P1orCi,
Shirley of Jacksonville spent ofIn _In" paid
A. D 19ii. at IU miular plaa* c.rtiocatn beln" dat.5. 1 the 9th
I week-end here. the Town of Stark*, at eight iVeloik' p. m July. A. D. 19111. ham filed .Id' ..rtln.' .... 5,'
members or
the folluwlng office
thrr bfftnir pnwmt and 10.
Mr. Wilbur of Jacksonville attended .aid. sauna, to-wl i deed to '.'". 'In aa.or.nc.uwithleaw.for' tat

the Masonic meeting here Satur- 8 A. Bryan. O. I. Griffin. D. C. Join*. J said a.rtl5nat.. '...P...tlvl embrace the Th.fol.|
W. Whit lowing
l.n.l. In IIr..ltord enunt. Florhb. _
J. F. ColUy.At
AbMHitt armed at the 01.... of the
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day.Fred which ortaln proe-"linK* wr h.da".n. UII.... In .14 .
and Lucian Hazen spent Sun which were the followlnitl partlaularly the name. r"r-u..l ""."-"...
eet forth ,
al Councilman B. A. Bryan p..nl.d a **r- .wlt
I day afternoon in Starke.J. lain oniunene..nd moved IU adoption and Certlncat. No. 117 ....b..... North w...l
thi.rupon Councilman J. W. White *. xnd.dalii Quarter. Northwest Quarter, Spa A. TB. 4
W. Pinholster, of LaCrosse, wall motion to adopt said ordinance, and ..lil N. n. ? E.. 411 t "".. ".-. J. A. II.,....

o a visitor here Sunday. motlun h ln" then end then put to th. oU '..tertlllunu No. Ul: emhracea W.., Half ol'
4 of the' *," and th. roll n iitheat Qitarter of utithenl Quarter U..
II Prof. A. B. Shaw of Gainesville, allrd I 1.r'd:; nn.N!:: warn unanimously 1 1.'d.:;. 8. rp.. II S, R. u 1:., jo acre, aaneiaed. SH_

in town Saturday.Mr. ,d liy th. ante of all the aoun.tlmn _.", LuptonCertlHcaU.
was Vach of acid eouncllmn voting "Aye" and No. 12(1 nnbracea Fat Half .1
and Mm. I. W. Pinholster, Jr., there belnui no mtm ..N...." which ord!. Northeaet Quarter of Southeaet. Qu........ Eli.
afternoon in Starke. Den. la In th word and fliiurm. following II. To. 6 S. H. :tt E.: 20 auras, aneea BradfordCounty pent Saturday to-wit' rAN anownCrtlflaU.
Service will be held next Sunday ORDINANCE PROV1DINO FOR THE No. JII embnuM beir at SW!
CALLINO OK AN EI.KrTION: HIIBMir- Cur of Houthwet Quarter of Northeast Quar
night by Rev. McClellan, at the Missionary TINO TO THK QITAUPIKD EI.KTTOHJ1 ter and run R Ill B-4 ft.. N hue ft.. W *7I
8 o'clock.B. TIIK QUTHTIOM! OP I3.SI/INI. TIIIRrYT B-4 It. 8 goo ft, to beg In J. M. John 8-D
church at
Baptist X THOIfSANn DOM.AKfl <|1i\.OOi no, II..... a.. Tp 8 8., R. JJ: E, II MI. *.. m.re , Y. P. U. at 7:30 Mrs. I. W. Pinhol HONDA OP THB TOWN ttf HfARKR.florMHA. T. P. Heminrway
FOR THE dismay
Unle** aalil( cvrtlflcntr shell I' teamed
ster, leader. AND ENI.AROIN'l!: aeeonllnir U, law tee Semi. will. m-reoa
i trans THE on the 10th dy of April. \ D.
Mrs. S. J. Kelly spent Monday PLANT OP TUB! TOWN OKSTARKB. \UHWltniM
my official ciirnntur, ....1 sal tail"
I acting business in Starke. *th day of March A. D IU23.
BB IT OttDAINM: hy the Town Counnll\
B. F; Ilazen, C. E. Crosby, J. E. demons of the of Stark. Bradford County, U W. ALDERMAN
HoriiU. that nIh'* hall h* h-M In the >nl>l Clerk Circuit Court
7 I A. A. Hawn. II. P. Gainey and T.wn of Stark ..t10... City" Hall on the lut 'ISral) Bradford County; Fin.By .
elegraph Monday transactingI day of June. A. I). U2a. a BiMolal" Election C. A. KNKiHT.
C. J .Shaw spent
In ordan4e with the provision of the con. 5-10.6t47| Deputy ('lark
Mtltution and law nf the .1.... of Plorirffl In.
I i Habitual Conntlpafton Cured cludinff Cho....' Nn 83 1..I.I..u. of Florida for the year I>I9. he-
In 14 toll: Jays Inn Hmrinl irUlntlon ntitlcd, "An act to All chUdrna troubled with Worm have an ua-
I i "LAX-FOS WITH PtPbLN" la a .;"'('lauy anM-n-l Bret on Thrp. of Chapter 4904, Act b lthycolor, which loilkawa poor blood. and a*.
STARKE FLORIDA T-mlc-Lnxn'Jve for thhlLua of !.."(. ... amended by flection On. of Ch..1. rule, then to mora or Ins atomarh dJ'lurbau. <*
( pre/wired Syrtn tar Mill. Act of 1WQ7, N. ntnMndwrl by Cha*.t..r CHOVK3 TASTELESS CHILL TUNIC given tear
!i Uinsupatlon.; It relieve proroptlMi'" 777.. Act of loll .ntltl.d "*.n act In drrlar I 1 larly for two or l bra* works will eorkh tho bluest, 1
nhmild be taken: regularly for 11 to 21 dare leval the Inmirporatlon of the Town of Improvn th .raeralStreaitbnmn .
I .. : *dlitentloD.and act as a | -
It t ere an.I In th* Count of Hrilford. Inronmraxlunder
action. Stim'f "nnin UI
I to In-lnceredular the (.eneral Lawn for Incorporating fU Took;to ih.whula ay ieui thealhn
I <_,ilute&. Very Pleasant. to 111u. Bay' tow .nil ....wn.. and t" provlil for th. Inmilnif' < >wnffordlliel tlmwotmi. vnti-n 'dliwlMI /
.j .' .J/ttl... of bonds by laid town for the liurpon of .*. rh%.( !, e'"'I. Plrn? i luj, a i.Io,>'login


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r-1iiiiu ';\1 tN. .: ''ford and H. II. Andrews were visitors I I smith and S. K. Stokes. I II 'I E. J. Murrhee and son, K. B., of I Witt, near Mason, Saturday night

/" I I. to Lake Butler Monday. Mrs. T. D. Proctor spent Sunday Graham made a call here Friday af C. M. Smith Olin Clyatt, W. L. ann
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; here, the truest of her sister Mrs. P. ternoon. J. L. Summers were busincus./ visitor

i MILLER P. Dekle. Jim Varnes is visiting friends and to Lake City Friday.The .

i :11 'i County News itemsInUrectln 11 i :Mr. and Mrs. Kance Parrish of :Midway relatives at Palatka this week. Sunbeam Band met Saturday

: : I! Miller April 7-Mr. Means of Jacksonville were guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. :Mrs.: Maud Varnes and children are afternoon for their semi-monthly m>r,

i was a business visitor here I. Blume Sunday. visiting her mother, Mrs. A. V. Varnes vice and have announced an egg hun
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Tact Gathered
During the Wok by Our
Ij J 7 Regular Correspondents. I I Mrs. J. M. :Mott, of Lake Butler, Dowling of Lake Butter T. J. :\ and :Mrs.: Hogan[ Smith, Mr. and I o'clock.
i ; I who has been visiting her parents, Mr. Dukes, Mrs. Lena Drawdy, :Mr.: and Mrs. L. L. Morgan and child run madea I Dry weather and high winds ha\

i I. j ... ..,,--.--. ,I and Mrs. Roland Thomas was taken :Mrs. P. P. Dekle were guests! of Mr. business trip to Starke Friday af- made cotton, corn and so forth, look
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''f\' \ .. ;i to Riverside hospital, Jacksonville, on and Mrs. B. L. Duke Sunday.Mrs. ternoon. badly. One or two report that then i

'.' 1 J j LAKE BUTLER L. ,A. Duncan, this week. I I Friday to undergo an operation for I : B. Roberts and Mn. D. John- Mrs. W. S. Nabb was a visitor to cotton comes up well but soon dies
ij'; W. :M. U. met Wednesday afternoon I j appendicitis. Her many friends wish son were visitors to Lake Butler Sat- Alachua one day last week. :Mrs. V. J. Valentine is on the sick

with Miss Marshall Proctor.A j her a speedy! recovery.J. urday. Jake Roberts of Tallahassee madea
II 1.1j i Lake Butler- April 7.-The infant I I list.D.
;I I .''I daughter, Margaret, of Mr. and Mrs. new floor has been laid in the L. Green, candidate for tax collector !- Mrs. Martha Parrish is on the sick business call here Sunday. C. Williams and Leonard Colwn!
'' poHtoffice building.M. was in Lake Butler Friday.Mr. < :! 1 I i'i'I'J John Ervin Dekle died last Friday uf IIi Willie Price, of Georgia, passed
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',' ,' ternoon at three o'clock after a short M. Hale, of Little Springs, was : and Mrs. J. S. Howard of Mr.' and Mrs. G. W. Johnson were through here Saturday.Mrs. afternoon.Mrs. .

I i\ ;1 illness. The interment was held at in town transacting business Monday.Mrs. Dukes, were in this community San- I shopping in Lake Butler Monday.B. \V. M. Phillips and Miss! Eflle W. C. Shallar who several)

,fI Dekle cemetery Saturday morning at Forrest Drawdy, of Five Mile, day.A : Waters, of Worthington, Mr. and Sloan made a business trip to Tht>rffi- I weeks ago suffered a broken leg, ex
: ") 10:30.: The funeral services were was a pleasant visitor here Monday. goodly number of the younger set j i I Mrs L. S. Dekle, of Lake Butler were sa Monday. | pests to return from Jacksonville atI

v ,I;: conducted by II. Blake and the little John Mott returned from Jackson- of this community attended the party among the visitors here Monday. Messrs. Blox Parrish and J. Star-I an early date. Her many friends art
\ I mound was covered with beautiful ville Saturday. I at the home of Mr. and :Mrs. Sam I| Miss Josephine Blume was shop- ling made a business trip to Starke'1 glad to know that she Is able to lellv.I .

Y, flowers Bent by loving friends.! Roscoe Johns returned: Saturday Dukes, of Dukes, Friday. s j i ping in Dukes Monday.Mrs Monday. |i iI I the hospital so soon, as it was thought
,. The ice cream supper was a success evening from Jacksonville where he Mrs. C. G. Barksdule, of Dunnellon .Lillian Dekle was the guest of I Mrs. Eva Smith Volley McKinney at first she would have to remain ter

i ': and a sum of $20 was realized. A musical visited his little son, who is in the visited her sister, Mrs. J. M. Mott, Mrs. Addie Blume Monday. and Mr. Simmons of Gainesville, made I', weeks.B. .

$ program was given as follows: hospital there. who is suffering from appendicitis i a business call here Saturday after-' Y. P. U. was under the leadershipof
i Solo, "Let Us Try"-Clarissa Knight/ I Mrs.'11. L. Sprinkle spent Saturdayand Dr. Seeber King' of Lake Butler, I HIGHLAND Charlie Clyatt
i: Duet, in the Arena March-Hen Sunday at Florahome. made a professional 1 call here Sunday. noon.Misses: Ednoray and Juanita Smith Elderly people are cordially invited,

rietta Padgett and Ruby Phillips. Bob Rivers spent Saturday in Jack- Mrs. Arthur Douglass, of Ellenton, Highland, April 7.:. C. E. Mann of', spent the week-end here with their and many attend.

/!' .. Solo, Little Romance. -Frankie Malor. sonville. is seriously ill at the home of her Bridgeport, Conn., was transacting : grandmother. Mrs. Will Smith who far the paV\
Little Thomas Eldred, lion of :Mr. parents Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Dukes. business here Tuesday | two weeks has been sick. is much be'

.1 ..\' Song, When I Dream of Old Erin, and Mrs. Johnnie Mott, was taken ill Quite a number of the people of this R. W. Vaughn was visitor to Jack- fROVUlENCEProvidence ter.
y, 'l I'm Dreaming of Yon-Georgia Ep Saturday and died Sunday afternoon section attended the county singing sonville Wednesday.Messrs. :I Mr. and Mrs. Mark Jordan left on

person. Piano accompanist, Mrs. Lee. at the home of his grandparents Mr. convention at Unity Saturday.W. Chitty and ClicK of 'JackHonville j April 7.-Miss Revy :Monday for their home in Jacksonville

Duets, The Little Prince; The Santa and Mrs. Roland Thomas. The interment L. Douglass made a business were business visitors here') Fralick, Mr. and !Mrs. Purvis Mott and after a short visit with rela ;,

Claus Guard -*-Nattie :Mae and Vivian was made at Elzey Chapel trip to Providence Saturday afternoon Friday. ,I baby are expected Saturday. from Pa- tives. \

Fowler. Monday afternoon. Supt. O. L. Mixell, of Lake Butler The strawberry shipments here so I latka. Broward Gay has returned fromIneksonville

Trio, Meadow Qu'en-Mary Borum, was here on business Tuesday. ) far this season have been very small, W. L. and J. L. Summers were bus- where he has been since t I!

,f Ruby Phillips and Henrietta Padgett.Mr. KAIFORI Inman Harrison, of Worthington, I as most of our growers have taken I iness visitors to Lake City Monday. arty fall.
i" and Mrs. J. D. Major and daughter / was here Sunday. advantage of the good prices being )I II Leonard Colson attended the social W 1 and) Mrs. Virgil Frown visited I;

j Frankie, motored to Raiford Sun- Raiford, April 7.-Lum Hewitt, of Malcolm Long, of Five Mile, visited I paid on the platform at Lawtey. i given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. VieK near M.dway Sunday. .
I day. Lake Butler was a business visitor friends here Sunday. Misses Ethel Ricks and Beth Wtmbcrly. -

: !. Inman Harrison, of Worthington, here Tuesday afternoon.Mrs. Miss Carrie Belle Brown is out after -(; Ray Vaughn and Max Wimber-:i I I v
: Dorothy Schelly of Jacksonville a severe illness. i ly motored to Starke Thursday I If 'V
::1 Carl Brown, of Miller, and Clifton j
"1 :'. !, Roberts of Worthington, motored to was visiting at the home of Miss Mrs. W. M. Thomas, of Long Bridge .' E. Wilkinson was a business visi-! I IIJ -i l

: '" Lake Butler Sunday. Helen Nauright during last week. spent several days with her parents, tor to Starke Saturday. I e
Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Thomas. Friends of Miss J
I Mrs. Dick Hewitt, of Lake Butler, Winifred Wimberly -
a ,I q Miller Brown, of Miller, motored to
'? town Saturday. was a visitor here Friday. The death angel visited the homeof will be /glad to learn that she it i i

The Baptist Sunday school observed I Earl Whitten, Miss Helen Nauright Mr. and Mrs. Roland Thomas Sunday convalescing nicely after an operationfor I
and Mrs. Dorothy Schelly were visi- at twelve o'clock and took away appendicitis and expects to be out
h :Missionary: Sunday morning
I program tors to Lake Butler Thursday after- their infant grandson, Eldred Mott, in a few day!
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Driggers and
eleven months old. Eldred left in THE UNIVERSAL
' was Elmer McKinley left Monday for CARs
I children of Macclcnny, are guests of: noon.W.. H. Andrews was a business visitor their care while hiM mother, Mrs. J. M: his home in Perry, Okla., after spending -
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Rivers.
> to Jacksonville Wednesday. j :Mutt, was undergoing an operation in the past four months on his farm
) at C. II. Register visited friends in I
a Jacksonville hospital. Pneumonia near here.
t .: Raiford Saturday evening. Mrs. Wilson Bryant, of Baker county I
R was the cause of death. B. K. Ricks and H. C. Wimberly, '
r I._ Mr. McCall, of Guilford, motored to was shopping' in town recently.
drip sr The remains were laid to rest inI I Jr., were visitors to Green Cove Tues-
Lake Butler Saturday. Lacy Cason was a visitor to Lake
y'' p Butler the week.II. Elzey Chapel cemetery Monday after day. ,|
Miss Muggie Dekle, of Starke, attended during
noon. The entire community extends J. I. Marr visited relatives at Law
y '' 7 the funeral of herlittle niece, P. Coffin, of Johnstown was a .
their heartfelt sympathy to the be- tey Monday.L. .
I Dekle which held visitor in town Tuesday.
it' Margaret was at I
1 reaved family. Among those from out I A. Marr, of Lawtey; was transacting -
Ir Dekle cemetery Saturday morning. Mrs. S. T. Dowling and daughter, t ( 1
of town attending the funeral were I business here Monday. i '
f' Mis Iva, spent last'weekenJ over in
y !Miss Gladys Townsend spent the
I Algar Thomas, of Winter Garden Dr. G. W. Brown of Lawtey, was a''
Mae Duke and Worthington Springs visiting rela- iWi.
week-end with Mises
Mrs. C. G. Barksdale, of Dunnellon, professional visitor here Sunday. :' {"
y. a Norma Dekle, of Five !Mile. t tives.Mrs.! I Purvis of Palatka Leon Mr. )'
Mott Thomas and Mrs. Glenn Crews and son,
\. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Dowling accompanied Handley and little daughters, I lof Lake Butler. of Plant City were guests of relatives''
Martha and Louise left Friday for
by Henry Dowling, motored here Sunday. : ?

', ', to Five Mile Sunday afternoon for Mayo where they will visit relativesfor FIVE MILE Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Crews and baby,.) -i..
a visit with Mr. and !Mrs. Ben Duke. several weeks. of Raiford 4 r r 1'1
spent Sunday here with
", J'' S. S. Proctor visited friends at La- Miss Myrtle Limber of Johnstown' Five Mile April 7Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Crews and family.E. I
Crosse this week. was shopping in town Friday afternoon "
y. Dave demons of Midway were here McCormick of Manning, held ,
IV Urie Brown, of Miller motored to I Thursday.Mrs. services at the Baptist, church Satur-
", Lake Butler Saturday. I J. O. Brooks of Jacksonville, spent Bu.y > i :
A Addie Blume and Miss Ida day night and Sunday morning. I Wait
here with his
last week-end family.
y Ii; Bob Green of Brooker motored to Blume were guests of Mrs. Lillian De Miss Beth Wimberly. Max Wimberj j -
1 Lake Butler Monday, and Tuesday. Mrs. Walker of Jacksonville was
Thursday. ly and R. W. Vaughn visited friend t
Rev. S. S. Proctor spent Saturday in visiting; her daughter Mrs. J. 0. :I MIsea Gladys and Mira Lee Tuwn- and relatives at Starke Monday. j Antfmnvmbmr -the dog,. V' tN.
':. Jacksonville.Dr. Brooks, during last week. I I of Lake Butler the weekend Jlmf cr Bf, fAe lower /p key a
send spent Roy Lord and J. D. Buford, of Jacksonville .nrf fhs htih.ttt
M. Mann made professional Messrs. A. D. Andrews W. I, Roberts I 1 I r 3 itfJyH
J. a with Misses Mae and Gladys were week-end guests of Geo. 0 .n, motor car ever Dm/f. !
,' visit to Jacksonville Monday. S. II. Moore were visitors to 'I Duke. Parker, Jr. I
1. D. F. Floyd of Jacksonville, spent Lake Butler Sunday.V. I' O. P. Hale of Little Springs, was a II

r the weekend with his family. II. Andrews was a visitor to i business visitor here Friday. SAMPSON CITY 1

's Oren Dekle, of Five Mile visited Starke Tuesday.Mrs. I| Mrs. Mollie Powell has received the I Let the Ford One-Ton Truck

t, f relatives in town Sunday. Donah Browning left Monday I announcement of the marriage of her Sampson City, April 7.-Messrs. I cut .,
Misses Norma Dekle and Ruby for' Lake City, where she will spend sister Mrs. Amanda Thomas to Mr. Lynk and Van Williams spent the first your hauling and delivery h

d C Proctor spent the week-end with relatives several weeks. I Manning* Sherhouse. Mr. and Mrs. of the week at Hawthorne with their costs. Records of .
: Five Mile. Mr.' and Mrs. Mack and savings ,
at Driggers: Sherhouse will reside in Okahumpka, friends.

H. Long Tommie Dukes and children children, of tale Butler, were vlsiI -I where he holds a lucrative position. Mrs. J. Hall and daughter, Mamie; made by hundreds of thousands ;::1

y of Five Mile, were in town dur- I, tors here Sunday. Misses Norma Dekle Ruby Proctor returned home Monday after spend X

log the week. Bill Dowling, of Lake Butler attl'II.led and J. M. Dukes attended a tacky party ing two weeks at Palatka with her of users in practically every '4

ji fit ,. D. I. Blume, Mr. and Mrs. George( the Little Wonder show her atthe home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam daughter, Mrs. T. C. Thomas.J. lint of' .

-3 :,4. Johnston Math Dukes of Five Mile, Monday night. Dukes Friday evening. C. Raulerson, of Lake Butler business are actually 't\

r ;, were visitors to town during the week. Mr. and Mrs. Eustls Crews spent Oren Dekle visited relatives In Lake made a business trip here Monday ate astounding. Let us show I t \"

e J. P. Coffin and sons, Francis and Sunday in Lake Butler with her par Butler Friday and Sunday. ternoon.: you.,1(

N r David were visitors here first of the enta. Mr. and Mrs.\ A. T. Mlzell R. E. Parrish is doing some bridge Mrs. W. C. Hunt and mother. Mrs. ...

: week. Mr. and Mrs. Jacobs spent Sunday work in our section. M. C. Harris, spent Tuesday at Hampton You do not obligate yourself::: '\1
elf The Woman's Club met Monday af- visiting> in Lake City. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Parrish spent : on business. in i

o+ ternoon, Mrs. A. C. Strickland presid Messrs. Scarborough Proctor andS. the week-end with relatives In Brook Sol Thomas made a business trip any way. "i

Ii ing. After a short business session T. Dowling of Lake Butler were in to; Starke one day last week. .'

fp the members enjoyed a rare treat In town Sunday afternoon.Joe er.Mr.. and Mrs. G. W. Johnson gave a Misses Rosa and Mary Bloss madea Equipment

the way of musical selections (riven Cason happened to a painful party last Tuesday evening which. was trip to Graham Wednesday.Mr. .
',,'j' as follows: Accident Sunday while running to pen well attended. and Mrs. I. T. Thomas and children Pneumatic Tires and Demountable Rime your

Piano selections-Miss Thelma some horses falling over some broken Murray Thomas and Seeber Stokesof Rex and Bethel of Cooter Pond choice of either the.pedal gearing of 5 1/6 to 1 for

Schell. glass! and cutting his leg. A physicianwas Miller. J. M. Mott of Lake Butler spent Wednesday with their daughter for peed delivery or the standard gearing of 7 1/4 to 1
ail Arms Misses Mildred called and several stitches taken. hauling. "
Duct To were here Saturday.B. Mrs. B. M. Harris.
Roberts and Henrietta Padgett. While weak from loss of blood he is L. Duke was a business visitorto Bob Warren of Palatka spent partof

e At the close of the program, delii now Improving nicely. Lake Butler Wednesday. last week here with friends and J. W. Andaews Jr.

cious refreshments of chicken salad, | Mr. and Mrs. Driggers of Lake But. Miss Norma Dekle entertained Sat- relatives. ,

;e1' saltines and ice tea were served by I ler, were in town Tuesday afternoon.S. urday evening in honor of Miss Town- Master J. B. Smith of Gainesville, Ford and Fordson Dealer

; Mesdames H. F. Priester Anna Pad T. Dowling and daughter, Miss send. Among those present were, was here Wednesday afternoon. STARKE, FLORIDA ,

rl gett and P. M. Padgett.Mrs. I I Clarice, of Lake Butler, were visitingin Mises Gladys Townsend Mae Duke, Mrs. J. W. Robertson and Lynk Williams I .

Garland Parnell, of Jacksonville town Monday. Ruby Proctor Norma Dekle, J. M. made a business trip to the .

I-, Is the !guest of her mother, Mrs. Messrs. J. O. Brooks H. W. Ral- Dukes, Raymond Hewitt, James Nes- county seat Friday.




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