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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 14, 1922
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VOLUME FORTY-TIIRES STARKE FLORIDA, }o'IUII.AI'IUL II. 1922.: .
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MURDEROUS ASSAULT W. C. T. U. SOCIALAt BRYAN:" WILL NOT BE A CANDIDATE CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGSThe COAL .
STRIKE
ON: WHO IS SHE?
FOR THE SENATE
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Lawtey Farmer Seriously Injured by the home of Mr. and Mrs J. F. city council met in regular session -
Six Hundred Thousand :Men !how Idle
Bad Negro/ Kickliter, on North Walnut street, Gives His Reasons for Dcclinging! to April 4th, with the following The "Movie Weekly," Turner'sDrug
Tuesday afternoon, the Woman's Enter Contest for Nomination members present: D. C. Jones, chair in Coal Field Store and the Gaiety Theatreare

A negro giving: his name as Tom Chrsitian Temperance Union gave man, S. A. Bryan, O. J. Griffin, J. W. staging n congest, beginning May I
Governmental intervention in the 2nd, to determine who is Stnrke's most ]
McBright mad a murderous assault their annual dues paying social, which Miami, April 11.-William J. Bryanin White.
nation-wide cool I strike should the tie popular girl. I
on Wash Green, a farmer, about one was a very pretty social affair. a statement to the Associated Press I Minutes of last meeting were read I ,
mile west of Lawtey at about I 0) o'clock The rooms of the lower floor were today announced his final decision' not and approved.The up give promise of continuing for any The contest will run for three weeks'

Saturday night. Mr. Green heard a tastefully decorated with pink oleanders to be a candidate for the United Consumers Lumber Co. mad a | great length of time, is i in prospect, beginning with tho date given above, ,j

man swearing just across the road ferns, pink and white roses. Mrs. States senate from this state. proposition to buy the lot from tint I according to administration leaders, and nt the expiration! of that time, the
from his home in the Sam Ballingerfield Kickliter was assisted in looking af- Mr. Bryan's statement follows: city on Madison street. The matter I who BOO in this method tho only way winner will bo awarded:
to restore to the ,
and
and taking his pistol he went to ter the pleasure of her guests by Mesdames "Believing that, as a United States was laid over for further considera ; peace industry White ivory manicure set, valued" at
return to the mines the
see what was the matter. He went G. C. Sweat, T. N. Llmbaugh senator I could render valuable ser- I!i 100,000 men $10.50 I / donated by Turner' Drug
tion.The r who are now idle. For the first timein
up to the negro and asked him who he O. G. Cooper and Miss Isabel Bullen. vice to the state of Florida and to the street committee was instruct Store.
history the miners in both anthracite
was looking for, and the negro replied -I The interesting, program was as Democratic party in the nation. I : ed to fix ditch from Cherry to Church and bituminous field lire on a A free season pans to the Gaiety.
that he was not looking for him. follows: stated two months ago in answer to streets between property of A. O. Andrew The "Movie( Weekly" will publish a
strike
and while tho strike fur
After a short conversation! Green Devotional exercises inquiries that I would consider a call and the Bradford County Hnnk. i has not been attended by the thus violence picture of the winner/" provided artistic -

turned to go back home, and as he Voice, "Slumber Song"-Mrs. M. L. from the Democrats of this state from Night Marshal A. L. Alvarez was which has marked other rout strike' photograph can be obtained.'

did so the negro, hit him over the left Smith with !Mrs.. O. G. Cooper as piano the standpoint of duty, but that I had granted: a, vacation of ten days, during\ nevertheless, both sides announce their During the first! two weeks of tho

Hide of the head, making an ugly accompanist. no intention of entering into a contest tha month of April.A determination to "stand put. contest the standing of the contestants

wound and knocking him down. The Paper, "The Sacredness of !Mother for any office.- report was received from the Hope of settlement in the anthra- will he shown on tho screen each

negro then jumped on him and took hood"-Mrs. J. J. Bullen. "Since that time petitions numerously state board of health as to the sanitary cite controversy is more bright, than night. Voting coupons will bo Issued

hia pistol out of his pocket and ran j Voice, "Mother"-Mrs. E. M. Johns, signed have been received from condition of the town of Starke. in the bituminous field, and it Is believed with each ticket sold, and must !be

off.Ir.. Green immediately came t
Lawtey and made the report. nist. file as a candidate. The time for paying city taxes was idle in tho hard coal regions of Pennsylvania of tho "llovleVt.'I.kly" will he on Hale ;

The officers at once secured blood- I Paper, "The Divinity of Mother "I am profoundly gratified to these extended to May 1st. I will soon be buck at work. and these will carry an extra coupon

hounds from the state farm, but they hood"-Mrs. M. L. Smith. friends for their generous confidence Reports of tho bond trustees, city I This hope Is furthered by life progress that can 1 lie> voted in addition to the

failed to get on, the trail, and the Recitation, "No Cigarettes for Me" and am happy to- know that I can treasurer and city tux collector were being made in Now York City, where coupon secured, with ouch ticket Bold.

searching party kept up the search -Junior MacDonald. count on their co-operation in Florid: ordered filed. I the operators' delegates are holding a \During the third and lust week of
most all night. Sunday morning the Piano Solo, "Keeping Step With the politics. But no assurance of success Bid of R. A. Koyn for enclosing, the wage scale conference with representatives the contest, no announcement of the

negro was found in the vicinity and Union"-Miss Cassia White. unless it were overwhelming, would septic tanks was accepted, work to be- of the United Mine Workers of standing! of the contestants will be f

said he had been in a ditch close by Paper, "The Meaning of a Million justify me in entering into a contest gin at once. America.In : given. On Tuesday, May 2'lrd: tho

all night. The pistol was. not foundon !\Iembers"-Mrs. J. W. White. for office. C. A. FUTC11, the bituminous field, however, winner will be announced by havingher '

him, but he claimed he had givenit Voice, "That :New" Member"-Julia "My fights have been made for the Clerk. with morn than 400,000 men idle, the picture thrown on the screen, followed

to two white men before Deputy V. Canova, with Mrs. J. F. Canova as Democratic principles and policies, .outlook is not so bright, for the soft by a lido carrying/. the numberof
R. Reddish took him into custody. He accompanist. and I have made them as the representative D.\l''fIST CHURCH NOTES coal operators hive absolutely declined votes each contestant roe&lvod.Remember ..

was taken to Starke Sunday morning "Why a Million Members"-President of voters who desired me to I to attend a wage: genie' conference the contest starts on

and placed in the county jail. The negro of the Union. act as their spokesman. Nearly all Every member is looking forward with the union representatives: This' Tuesday, May 2nd when the Gaiety

acknowledged hitting Mr. Green Voice, "Win a Million Members"- of these principles and policies have to next Sunday. It is Raster: Sunday refusal, John L. Lewis trader of th reopens its Tuesday night show with

with what he called a piece of board, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, with Mrs. O. G. been, I am glad to say, written Into and in commemoration of the glad occasion I union miners, holds ns a ,direct violation "Tlio Mistress of the World," a four-

but which proved to be> a bed slat. In Cooper, accompanist.Duet the unrepeatable law of the land. I of the resumption. there is to of the agreement entered into between 1.I part chapter play of six reels each.

answering other questions he seemedto "In the Garden"-Mrs. D. E. cannot at my age, turn from such enjoyable be special services both morning and I the miners and bituminous operators -

be somewhat lacking in the upper Knight and son, Paul Knight. work to personal politics. It evening. The choir, under tho leaden ut the joint conference in New i CHRISTIAN
story. Instrumental, "Rhapsodic March" is only fair to others who may desireto hip of Mrs. A. 13. Wall, buts pro. I York City, !March 31, 1I1! '.!(iI, when it

It has been reported since the asSault Paul Knight.; file that lat once announce that I pared a musical program in koepin-t was agreed, Lewis held, to call another Last Sunday, in some respects, was
that the had been seen the shall not be a candidate. with the spirit of tho dny. The pastor -
negro Out of town persons joining un- wage conference when the scale : the 'best day' of our work In 11)22. The
during the day previous to the assaultin ion were Mrs. John Slniver, of Brook- "As a private citizen I shall be justas will occupy the pulpit and deliver then signed. should expire*. latest. audience greeted, the minister
different localities around Lawteyt active in all that concerns the welfare sermons both morning' find evening on
vr, and Mrs. Jap Allen, of Hampton. "Tho responsibility for the present' Sunday night and listened, with deepening -
acting, in a auspicious manner. The hostess served an ice course, of the state as I would be in office the subject of tho Resurrection. Thereare condition .must rest clearly upon tho Interest ut ha stressed the

-- ---- assisted by Junior MacDonald, Chas. and shall, as soon as possible, visit a number of recent converts who shoulders of the coal operators, who thought of "Christian Heroism." -
EDUCATED) MERCHANTS: Lucian Kickliter and Paul Knight. The all the counties in the state. These will follow Christ in Baptism, being 1 have flagrantly and arrogantly refused The minister urged tho membershipto '
visits will be the more enjoyable because "planted together\ with Him in the ':
dainty favor on each plate was a to carry out their obligations, andmoot try tho tithing proposition this
How some business men can makea I can thus become acquaintedwith likeness of His resurrection.." "
spray of fern tied with n tiny bow of I the mine workers conference, !\ of churches
wc'.k.funy -
our uro goIng
success with no education is one of all the people regardless of their The Bible school maintains /I splendid
white ribbon, which is the W. C. T. U. ; j said Mr. Lewis. "Their attitude should to observe this "tithing week. /
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the things hard to understand. When views 6n political questions" renttrd, despite the sickness thnt
badge. rightfully bring down upon them the
Why not we? "The tithe Is the Lord's"ievilicua
such things are made public there is cuts into the ranks! of our scholars. I moral castigation of nn outraged citizenship 27:30. Lot God Ills
: us
a tendency upon the part of many OLD CITIZEN (PASSES AWAYMr. CARD OF THANKSWe :. The school meets at I 11:4): ;) n. m., with exploited, by thorn for years" tenth this week pay
youths to use them as an argumentthat classes for all ages. The morning: I Tho bituminous operators have refused -
"
"Some llil.le Crowns will bo thosubject
"education doesn't amount to P. F. Bryan died. at his home kindly desire space in your columns hour of service Is still 11:00: but the to enter a conference em t the ,
of the Bible ;
much"-and I doi\'t blame them. Here in the Wateroiik section on the mornIng to express our thanks and ap- evC'ninl.hour has been changed. to g. ground that to do MO would bind them I ,Study Thursdayat
.is a verbatim copy of a letter, with all I of April 4th, after a lingering ill- preciation to all persona who so kind- B. Y. P. U. meets from 7 to 8. Friday ''to n nutlon-widckugreomont. This, the I H p. m. Let us have your pres

names omitted, received by a Kissimt ly contributed in behalf of the fund evening thl'Teit: to l I"o an Important' operators maintain, they' have done ence.Tho
and senior C. K. uncle-
junior
t P mee resident from a prominent house ness.The deceased was born in Columbia for the remodeling of the Christian meeting of the officers and teachersof for tho last time. 'H'li 'v' are willingto
tics will have joint service at 7
i' in Jacksonville: county 73 years ago. In 1800( he mar church, by their liberal contributionsThe the Bible school, in the church. Bo attempt agreement I by> states, but a p.
Iliblo school 10 .
m. Sunday. at m.I..t
"!\Irs. Blank, Kissmee, Fla. ried Miss Elizabeth Green, of Baker church is now in fine shape, present ut 8 promptly. refuse to consider any program national a.
"Dear Madam ..We send you hereina county. About fourteen years ago he and those who gather there for worship -, in scope there ha no deserters. Kvery:

sampel of Pnojreo All Silk, 32Inches moved to Bradford county and settledin feel grateful in their hearts for : KT. lIAUK'"JlUItCn:! 'While a small percentage/ of the nonunion member should come. Communion and
commanded ut 11 Ser
worship m.
wide, on which we have a spacial the rich Wateroak section, wherehe the privilege of again being able to miners went out with the union a.
Resurrection" at 8
price, for 14 Days Only et !98c per lived ever since. worship in this church and especiallyfeel I It was on Thursday night of our men, the greater percentage remained mon, "Tho p. m.
All invited to
I Yeard, if same is satisfactory will ap- Mr. Bryan early joined the Mejtho- grateful to those that by their Lord's lust day on earth that He gave nt work. These men are expected. to cordially W. E. DAUGIIRRTY cnmo. s

1 priciat your oredor by returnd mail. dist church and wan ever a consistent liberality enabled them to again, wor- i the new commandment to love one another mine at leant 4,01)0,000) ) tons of soft, ,

: We toke the liberty of sending for member. His industry, honesty and ship together as they did in the pant. and instituted tho Lord's sur-I 1 coal a week and this amount, with the Minister,
your approvals few sampels of our generosity made him respected and This building has stood there for per lie was crucified on l"r" I enormous reserve stocks now tin hand -

"a' wounderful line of Merchadise for liked by all who knew him. many years and many have reverent !0 a. m. and hung on the Cross till 3 I j scan i carry the country along for at HAW AlfOUT ITT

.'. spring. We espacialy wish to call your The following near' relatives survive feeling for it as it was placed there p. m. Many of our churches are openon least three months Anthracite stocks

'attention to the samples of Frenech him: His widow, three sons, namely, by people, many of whom 'are now Good Friday for devotions whetheror are not so great, but there [la little demand Editor 1'OI.Jtrllrh:
Imported Gibnghum, 32 inches. wide, B. L. Bryan, of Lawtey, W. B. and gone, and after the fire it would have not there are public services. But I for anthracite coal now, and it Peter Biirnum once said, "Tho
fast colors, and can give: you same A. J. Bryan, of the Wateroak section; been impossible to remodel it if the if we cannot go to church to shut out will be at least two months before any American people, like to bo humbug-

and any seize of plate orhar k, et 75s; seven daughters, Mesdames E. Chan- good people had not aisiiited with all worldly intrusion, wo may observeit serious shortage is experienced in this god." And he did his part towards

per Yeard, if any thing et any tim yon cey, of Lake Butler; Joe Jones, of. their means. by ourselves. The seven saying field), it Is said. satisfying their desire In that direc

may need of Yeard goods espacially, Manning, W. W. Roberts, of WorthIngton i Members of the Christian Church. from the cross are usually", used for Thu strike has! caused several thousand Lion There in good reason to believe -

write to us we will gladly send you ; W. J. Stallings, of Heilbronn ; / meditations. They are: rail men to hI l> laid off, due to the that he was right In thus characterizing -
: .samples free. Our Shoe Departmen is Springs; T. Peterson, of Jacksonville, I CAMPAIGN: :" TAKES ON NEW LIFE 1 "Father, forgive them, for they cessation of rail shipments of coat. thorn when we enter the realm of

a comlet ono, Hope( ( to have your ore. B. L. Long of Sumner. Also one broth i Know not what they do." Business, too, U sulfuring. a serious rducuf.lon. The teacher who gets the

der soon and oblige.-Ex. er, Ben Bryan, of Starke, and several The campaign in Bradford county 1 "Today shult thou be with Me in depression in t1-. coal mine districtsof ) children "through" In tho shortest

grandchildren. Much regret: is: felt over has been moving slowly. Up to the Parudiso." the country. The strike is nprcad- time, regardless of how little mental
PARENT-TEACHERS:" ASSOCIATION :; the death of this old and well known present week, for instance, no candidates "My God My God; why hunt Thou ing into Canada, the Western Canadian power the pupil develop during/ tho

citizen, and the sympathy of all is extended had come forward for the two forsaken 1\Ie'" coal fields being completely tied proreasIs the one whom thc parents
1 to the bereaved family. scats the county has In the house of "I thirst.." up. In Nova Scotia it Is believed the pronounce good. But the teacher who

Last Thursday evening, at the auditorium The interment was at Crosby ceme- representatives. In fact one candidate "It is finished." 12,000 miners will uhidu by the decisIon seeks. to make sure that the pupils

the purent-teacjiers association tery April 4th, Rev. Hammett of Law for county commissioner was the "Father, into Thy hands I commendMy of the conciliation beard Non really. and truly !grasp what they passover !

f..o held a very pleasant and help tey, officiating. only announced candidate for a coun- Spirit. union miners, as a whole, it IK said, even though sho must keep them
fnl meeting.The :. ty office. Service Good Friday at 7:30 A. m. ; have refused to join tho strikers, de two years In ono grade, is generally
I high school choir std: some of DEATH OF MRS. DEAL This week politics has picked up a Next Sunday is Raster Day (not spite the appeals that they walk out considered as not being nearly as capable -
the eighth grade pupils helped to entertain bit and the Telegraph has three new Easter Sunday). All other Sundays also. as the other ono. The result Is

by singing' several I choruses Mrs. Brooks Deal died at her home, announcements. E. S.: Matthews andF. are minor Easters. The early Christians that generally our pupils are promoted 1

[ 'with Miss Rosa Leviton as pianist. ; northeast of Starke, Tuesday afternoon L. Turner, in groups 1 and 2, respectively met for "the breaking of bread" COFFIN-TOLMAN before they are ready. Hence they .

1 Thelma Brinson read a composition I April llth, and the interment, announce themselves as : on the first day because our Lord Rev. Warren C. Coffin and :Miss are nearly always in "deep water,"

[ entitled "A Trip Around the World," in charge of Funeral Director D. C. candidates for representative, and A. arose on that day. Daisy Tolman, of Mt. Morris, N. Y., considerably discouraged, and generally -
and Thelma Snellgrove read a sketch Jones, took place at Kingsley lake A. Hnzen, of Brooker, announces his Services at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. were united in marriage Wednesday, "tired of school."

I of the life of Longfellow. cemetery Wednesday afternoon. candidacy to succeed himself as a The Easter offering Is for the re- at 4 o'clock p. m., at the home of the How much happier both the pupils
Prof. Benj. B. Lane acted as chairman Before her marriage the deceased member of the county school board. pair fund. We are, glad the rectory bride. Rev. Coffin la the youngest son and the teacher would be If the pupils

pro tern, and the following nomi- was Mills Edith Williams! a daughter has been put in /good repair and now of Mr. and Mrs. John P. Coffin, and Is were kept in each grade until they
appointed:Mesmes of Mr. and Mr J. Heenan Williams. DEATH OF MRS. WARRENMrs. to have the church
|hating committee was must prepare' re a young man of sterling worth, whose thoroughly: master its fundamental
W. E. Middleton, D. E. Knight, Her age was 18 years and 9 months painted. "On the first day of the happy, genial disposition makes principles, and so develop ample power -
C. F. Hoover, Bessie McGnider, Miss- nnly, and her untimely death is much Frank Warren .''si; In Starke week let every line of you lay by in friends for him wherever ho goes. He of mind and thought for tho broader -

41I! Jeannette Matthews and Olive Ray. deplored by her many friends. Of near Monday. She had been seriously ill store as God hath prospered you." is pastor of a West Tampa church, application of those principles In
Col. D. E. Knight and H. B. Wig- relatives she leaves 'ner husband and at her home near Brooker, and her where he Is very popular. Iris bride the next higher rllde. Would that the

tins, superintendent of public instruction parents, who have the sympathy of all physicians decided that all that could METHODIST la an intellectual young lady of rare parents were wise enough to desire

,- each made excellent speeches In their bereavement possibly save her would be an opera- charm and is a fitting helpmate. and demand such work of our teachers -

snceming the school situation. tion. She was brought to Starke on This has been beautiful weather After the ceremony the ;young( people How much more useful in every'
Dainty I light refreshments were THE TRUCK MOVEMENTThe : :" Sunday and the operation was per lately and yet we missed some of you left for a wedding trip to Niagara way our graduates from both the

erved by Mrs. McGruder and Miss strawberries have not been ;plentiful formed, but the patient's low vitality at Sunday school last Sunday. Falls, Buffalo, and New York City. grade schools. and the high school'.

Hay, assisted by several of the school this week, nor of good quality, could not allow her to rally. Next Sunday is Easter. All the They will arrive here the latter partof would then be! What say you, parents
pupils. as a rule. The price has ranged from At this writing (Thursday fore- Christian world commemorates this next week, stopping in Atlanta fora ?
: The next meeting will be held at $6 to $8 per bushel. There has been noon) the body Is still at the undertaking day as the day on which our: Saviour short stay They will reside In Yours truly,

sight o'clock, Thursday evening, the less refrigerator shipments, and more parlors of D. C. Jonea.: Data conquered: death and rose from the West Tampa.A THOROUGH.
7th inst. All patrons of the school open express shipments to nearby for an obituary are not'available. dead. The pastor will preach in the conJrl'atulatorytelegram: from thea _
nd others interested in education are points. morning on the subject: "Christ Is !groom's parents, brothers and the

nvlted.to attend.Dr. Cabbage and beets have been sent Dr. J. J. Bullen was In the metrop Risen, What Does it Mean to Us?" Good Friday prayer meeting.! Cometo church at Johnstown was sent them
o away in large quantities. olis the first of the week. While there We shall have a sacred concert in God's house on Easter: Visitors Wednesday afternoon.The .

M. B..Herlong, of Jacksonville, he met W. J. Bryan and Is trying to the evening. Mrs. Perryman la in and newcomers are always welcomedat News extend. congratulation
ik a. in town the first of the week on Help yourself by helping others arrange for the noted orator to delight charge. Come. "The Little Stone Church on the and best wishes for a long and happy

ofessional business. who are wiling to help you. Starka'audience. This Friday evening we shall have Corner." married life.-Johnstown News.'W .








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i'i'S FRIDAY APRIL 11, 1922. .
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FLORID -
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!I DeWitt Prevatt, of Jacksonuiit-
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SEALED AIRTIGHTPenn's Goon NEW PAPER the guest of his sister, Mrs J II i
I for three was
I sent to Jail ,
ail lie is
+ HISTORY OF STAKKK: cent
o + I An official steals a couple of i iI Johnson, Saturday and Sunday
I 1 The Telegraph has received the first months. to jail for a I Sirs J. R. Hodges is the goes.
I dollars-he goes ,
h (By Louise Fernandez, Senior Clans number of Ihe Lake Worth! Leader, hundred hun- 'her daughter, Mrs. II. B. W io
steals a couple
n. II. S.) Leader year. A banker .I
L. Smith editor. The week.
r Vernon dll1ars-hc goes scot this
thousand
hrt, .i Starke, the county seat of Bradford shows ,o decided departure from the dred free. A governor" robs his state of nhalfmillionhe i S. M. Simmons, of Starke, wa it

'k' i ;, county, Is located forty-live miles initial number of the average small too, goes/: free, receives guest of friends here Monday.

t I by rail southwest of Jacksonville, the' town paper, for it is a seven-column the plaudits of all his constit- I -

largest city of Florida. Starko was sixteen-page paper, well printed and and will probably be re-elected SAMPSON CITY

I'' r +'" founded in 8\0.: Among the earliest the editor!; docs not beg> for support !, uents, to another just as -
position-or
to his
i. resident were Captain John Richard, with promises to do better us soon as criticize the actions of Sampson City April 14.-.Mrs. WM.

I n : '", George Pace, Dave Jones, Mrs.: Adeline he is able. The publisher of the Leader i good. Yet either to verbally or through \ Phillips has returned to her hoe<

l i tl; i t E. MorA'an.Ln,1, children, from recognizes that in order to get sup- I the courts, styled "hiffh treason," in Miami after spending; two money<
Is
: Cullfornia, a family of Baisdens, J. port, hu must give the public something I the press land the speaker or the writer here with friends and relatives.

{ '1 G. Alvarez, W. II. Rivers and L. Wit- that's worth supporting. And and may Miss Effle Sloan is spending a wo,

i fcovskl Among! those named above ho does. The paper Is filled with exceptionally And in jail all for of a this long Is term.why the properheading with her grandmother at Louise.

w were dome business men: J. O. Alvarez good matter, and that it this article.-Kissimmce Mrs. S. E. Jones made a busicwn

: \., W. II. Rivers Pace & Richard, spells I "hai come to stay" Is attested by the is used on trip to Gainesville Monday.

l ; Witkovskl and Jerry Johns. quality.Penn's. almost all of Gazette.
pew ; L. : many advertisements, lilox Parrish was a visitor to Graham

The earliest pogtofflce was in the is packed I I which are of Lake Worth firms The Tuesday.Mr. .

block wherein Darby's store is now located air-tijht! in the patented editor docs not wish to become the THERESSATherussa. and Mrs. J. Starling are tic

I east of the Consumers Lumber new con- victim i of the impositions which so proud parents of a daughter.
Mail was carried on, horseback small towns have allowed April 11.-Mr. and Mrs.
', Company. ,, tainer. It is always [ many papers in Dogan Nabb has accepted a poet
I from this office to Lake Butleram fresh. to go on until it is very hard A. A. Durden, of Hampton, were visItors tion in Jacksonville.Mrs. .

j ', } to Klngsley. There were several Chew fresh toe to I got rid of them, for he says: "No- here Sunday. W. S. Nabb has returned

I"" branch pc> tolfices: Ionia, Lakeside, bacco. Try Penn's tire of paid entertainments, obituaries Mr.\ and Mrs. C. E.: Harper, of,, Jacksonville where she will i iko! DIN

... Providence, Lake Butler and Wilder next time. Clean- cards of, thanks, etc., are chargedat Hampton, motored to our town Wed li! Ical treatment.

ness. Miss Mary Kelly was the first line rates"-which! means that nesday. Willie and Aubrey Sloni

postmistress, then came Mr. Pace, afterwards fresh-sweet! there will be mighty few cards of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Phillips and made Messrs.a business trip to Graham Sea

i Mrs Adeline Morgan, who thanks in the Leader. We congratulate little son, W. M. Jr., left Wednesdayfor

i held the position seventeen years. Bro. Smith on his fine paper and their home in Miami after visiting day\ Messrs. Homer and Emery Sloe

;, The depot was located directly back wish him success. relatives here and at Sampson the week-end at Graham aud
of Darby's store. The The F. R. & spent

Nav. Co. was the first name of a railroad THE DAMFOOLISHNESS: OF THE City.Dock Alvarez, of Starke, was in Louise.Miss Lois Moody was the guest .f G

jIo passing through Starke, from .
) : [LAW our town Monday.W. Eflle Edmondson Sunday.
Miss
Fernandina to Cedar Keys. After Baker of Lake Geneva, was
E.
.
and chUdrtn
i -- Mr. and Mrs. I. T. Thomas
; changing the pine several times this There are things about the law and u visitor to our town Monday. Bettie and Orrie, of Cooter Pond
,
i railroad called S. A. L. little L. M.
was glad ot report
the practice of law which the common We are the week-end here with their
On the corner of Call and Walnut Guaranteed try slowly Improving after an attack spent
ordi- Gains
the
of
f people-the great mass i daughter, Mrs. B. M. Harris.
streets the location of the oldest .
was of infantile paralysis.R.
nary folks-cannot exactly under- Mr. and Mrs. R. Burrows and son,
building of Starke. of Brooklyn, wasa
; stand; or, understanding! can see no C. Heiberger, Willie Clyde, of Starke, made a tall
several families
During the early years conclusions I visitor here Sunday.
the
t for
moral reason I
here Sunday.
I from Pennsylvania moved to Blanche Humphrey returnedto
reached. Miss Messrs.\ Mel Harris and L. L. Johns
-- -
Starke and settled Pennsylvania ave after visiting -
Sunday
: Hue. Among those families were the Insurance should be reinstated. It is who understands the power of words Take, as an example, the recent her home here Brooker. I' attended the picnic at LaCrosse Fn
; at
Florida legis- murder of the Seminole, Jack Tiger-:: relatives
Trubys, Sternburgs and Strongs.Where a very simple matter for a serviceman 1 can maintain that any Younsblood was a visitor to day.
t the Methodist parsonage now to take advantage of this generous lature for several decades has been a tail, in Dade county. Every iota of C. A. Friday evening. |! Mr. and Mrs. Hogan were visitor

r: stands was a church which all the denominations offer by the government. representative body. True, membersare evidence was against the murderer, Sampson City Sr. a business visitor : to Starke Sunday.Mr. .
: used. The Bradford The state commanders of the legior I elected by popular vote and rep Veder; in fad, there really was no attempt J. L. King week.was \ Surrency, of Graham, was a
;' of the made to show the culprit did [ here the past
'a County Ban' was established in 1880!) In the several states have been askedto resent the views and sentiments Woodard and children, of visitor here Sunday.
.J :. the movement. Governors people who vote for them, but the not commit the murder-the evidenceof Mrs. S. B. I Marvin Ogden made a business rah
support I
r" i t' and rebuilt in 1911. C. L. Peek wash : whose word is never Hampton, spent Sunday here with Mr. I'
J. R. Davis of the several states will be asked tc legislature is not a representative a Seminole, here Saturday.
the first real estate man, Jones.
I the and. :Mrs. W. A.
by
.
at large is questioned, being accepted
the state
Issue urging servicemen body so far as
t Insurance Co. was early established.Mrs. proclamations Mr. and Mrs. Clark and children are ;
their insurance. concerned. When a man's vote in any jury. It AI FOR D 9
and to reinstate
John W. for
A. Morgan's/ sons, I here Sunday from Pompano
been granted a new rived
which have But Veder has
District Manager Bryson will place one of several counties '
I Fred had a book and stationery store. extended visit with her parents,
(. There was a brick kiln southeast of the full machinery of the veterans bureau not increased in population for years trial-and because of .what? Simply an Billie Brown.Little ;| Raiford, April 14.-Miss Anna Mac
influential in the vote for legislators I because the jury brought In a verdictof Mr. and Mrs. Anderson who has been visiting rel.
Starke owned by Mr. L. C. Hull. back of the campaign. is more Mary Belle Clemons, of ,
until than if he lived in some progressive "guilty us charged"-fal1lnlt to atives in Baldwin for two weeks, returned -
o Starke was famous for oranges county which is rapidly ad- \ state the "degree" of the murder. Brooker, is visiting her grandparents, to her home here Friday af-
the great freeze of 1895. TilE SIIEI'ARD-TURNER ACT recommendation for mer- Mr. and Mrs. R. \J. Humphrey.
\ because of the There was a
J The branch road "Peggy" was made vancing in population ternoon.
from Starke toIi' better advantages it offers, or the cy which automatically carried withit Mr.\ and Mrs. W. II. Andrews were

li4 4, Sampson by subscriptions City. At first it was only a'it' There has been so much misunderstanding i perior energy of Its people, it su-I a knockout of capital punishment, HAMPTONHampton _: visiting relatives in Worthington and

about the Shepard-Turner I be truthfully said that Florida and the substitution of life imprisonment fit Lake Butler Sunday. b
carried ; It.-GOlI saw
but passengersand
road soon
log April
.. Act, that the state board of health desires i ,
and extended to the republican form ,of government I Apr Miss Billy McCormick, of Atlanta,
midst Auesday,
was
,f> express to set forth to those not knowing required by the constitution of the There Is the silliness of the law. to take from our Mr. Ga., is the guest of Miss Perla Whittr
: Wannee. the concise statement' of the jury was no doubt 4th, our friend and neighbor,
provisions a United States-not without jugfflingthe :: I The Intention ten this week.
Gaskins owned the first born nl Lake
Alvarez & Henry Wilson. He was
containing the correct information. excellent. The verdict was the only visitot
words.In W I. Roberts was a business
I i cotton gin. The printing office was City in 1851.$ He had been married {
This Act provides for the promotionof could have conscientiouslybeen
that
i' soon established, the first paper being the last legislature the range :,. one for"mutt1" 43 at the time of his death. Ha to Worthington Springs Tuesday.
the welfare and hygiene of maternity The indictment was years
given burspending
who has
all I Little Ada Roberts
Florida Courier under management cattlemen succeeding in defeating of this county fortwentyone ,
) the East and infancy and it Is most probable and the members of' the hnd been a citizen t..
few with her cousin
and thereby i i a days
of II. P. Trimble. Very early tick eradication measures good neighbor and
a
years, \
aY Ii'' that the reason the Act has beenso found that the prisoner was
jury Frt
had Masonic lodge l and an driving out of the state the agents of be missed by at Worthington, returned here
Starke a because its second, citizen, and will greatly ,
e k !. heavily opposed is pro- "guilt;}* -is charged. First
"'"' I. O. O. F. lodge. The ice plant was misunder- the United States bureau of animal 1 i degree our community He leaves to mourn I day.
\. \islons have bcen generally I fourtpc" th or even twenty-second Mr.; and Mrs. R. B. Roberts urn" a
a great advancement for Starke. The stood. industry, whereat they were greatly : mattered not to those men; they his loss n devoted wife, Mrs. Syrin- i trv
L. Wall. But their satisfaction was Mrs. L. children, Ruth and jWesley,, of Worthington
and W.
E. rejoiced.
A. daughter
end ,
owners were thn Wilson n
:; What the state board of health desires had decided that Veder had committed -
If.*' The telephone was established 2": to particularly stress is two changed to chagrin when they realize: ,,, murder-just as the Indictment -Mathews.: The bereaved ones haw were visiting relatives hen

by Mr. Rowe, who told toN ''c.d that they had done a stupid thing :, sympathy.The Wtdnesd.iy.
ears ago things! : First, that there is no com- stated--and they said so. Then, as is our deepest fci-
r" they held a convention andsought the Christian Curl Andrews was visiting
:
J. Warren Theft convention of
of expectant the jury added< n I
pulsory registration! fr'qu-.tly the case, I
Mr. York was the first clerk of the to remedy it by doing another I'I' churches of Bradford and, Union counties grandmother in Lake Butler recently. t
mothers and that only on he* expression recommendation, for mercy.
''M court; Col.\ W. T. Weeks was the second of desire will she be suppliedwith stupid thing attempting to force the 'I The 'lawyer for the defense was clever will meet at Long Bridge April Mrs. A. T. Mizelle, of Lake Butler
until hand of the United States department invited.T. was schopping here Wednesday afternoon
clerk, and held the office on- educational material. She will and tactful. lie scanned every detail 2tlth! and 30th. Everybody

ly a year ngo. not be troubled at any time any more of agriculture, supported as it is by about the trial--looked for every O. Futch and family, of Lt'es-\\ a
erected of the whole country except W. H. Andrews was a visitor t. 1k
Methodist church was the people of his parents, Mr.
'r' A guests
: than she is at present. Second, there loophole by which his client could be burg, were
and moved to the the pitifully small minority of Futch this week. Jacksonville last week.
the present W. S.
nenr depot did all and Mrs. ,
+ will be no Federal inspectors to "pry" I I aided. Morally] he knew, as '
location in 1906.( The Presbyter into the Intimate lives of any of the the range cattlemen of Florida. others. that his client was guilty- Rev. Butler, of Campville, preachedat : Miss Farris, who has been teaching !

ian church was built in 1890 and the ; of this state. v j In an address before the convention wedge of technicality the Baptist church Sunday morningand : a private school here, closed her term
there
people but was a mere
in 1900. I of the cattle raisers of Florida on the Friday and has gone to Lake Butler,
j ,Episcopal This Act provides $50,000;; for ad- which might be used to pry open evening
? Electric lights and water works' ministrative work in Washington and ; 1.Ith, Dr. J. V. Knapp, state veterinarian 'I the case, once more and trust to a new Miss Madge Middleton, of Starke, : where she will open a private school 4!
introduced in 1903.: In 1911 was balanced the advantages they of Miss Ethel Hunt near there.
the
I guest
were it Is quite obvious that this sum will jury( to reverse the findings of the first! was
In 1915 the action of the I Dr. and Mrs. King, of Lake Butler
built the 10,000: schoolhouse. not provide salaries for many "pry- could boast of from He used It-and the county will Saturday and Sunday.
was begun the W. O. W. lodge. Sev Ing' legislature regarding tick eradication lone. be to the of another The box supper which was given at were in town Tuesday afternoon.A. .
!! inspectors now put expense I
eral of the main streets were paved The Shepard-Turner Act simply against the resulting disadvantages trial. the city hall Thursday evening was D. Andrews and grandson, Carl,

1916. Sewerage was also and showed the cattlemen beautiful and were visitors to Lake Butler Tws-
? with brick in turns; a sum of money over to the range It is precisely such affairs as this quite a success. Many :'

y put in that year. state'officials who are to spend it, as "where they were at." He reminded which create a contempt for the law expensive boxes were purchased. The day.
Brothers the state the real livestock markets raised and will be I I Mrs.\ Drew Adderson and son, Lowell
t i4 The Hoover won they think best, in the promotion of them that and the courts. The failure to ask a sum of $30 was '
prize in photography.In the welfare and hygiene of maternity I of the continent were closed against man to name the county in which he used for school purposes. : of Jacksonville, are visiting relatives d'r

1921 the county was divided into and infancy. I cattle of this state and will remain resides-a wrong initial in the namef E. C. Clarke and family/ who have., here this week. tl

two counties, Starke remaining county This bill docs not provide for the : closed as long as organized opposition > a witness or a juryman-a misplaced been in South Florida for several i

.t seat of Bradford. The other part isknown Iln\'alllon of state rights by govern- I to tick eradication prevails in colon or comma-all these 1 little months retained to their home here Why continue to refer to them &If
Union with Lake I taking the position that any murderers The art has been reduced -
as county, Florida;; I Monday.Geo. .
,i n ment agencies; nor does it provide for I things' for which commonsense entitledto
if Butler as county seat the forced registration or compulsory movement that tends to restrict the would provide an easy answer-ar F. Young of Lawtey was a to such a ,science they are

1 '7' ", Starke has a lumber mill, cottor examination of expectant mothers;;; I' cattle market of Florida retards the taken us a basis for the granting of business visitor here this week. a more aristocratic designation. I,

'. gin, shingle/: mill canning factory, lath neither does it exercise a jurisdiction I agricultural development of the state,, a now hearing, or an apeal to the Rev. Burke, of Waldo preached at The fellow who talks of himself 'el-

mill and broom factory. Starke is also over the rearing and training of chil and that in direct proportion to the higher court for a reversal. Ordi the Methodist church Sunday after
: dom finds to talk.
I an opportunity
: in a great/: strawberry section.At restriction of markets the cattlemen nary people despise such' actions-th< noon. I"i

present a club house, costing dren.With sustain a financial loss. alone is pleased. And he Orrie Wiggins: of Starke, was a i
the funds provided by this act I defendant The QuInhM Turt Dot Hot' Affect lm Mod ;
J8.BOO\ is being built. : Another matter in which the maJority visitor here Tuesday. .. if.
l it is hoped to reach the mother Ins the should be.Edmund. Ikcae. of rte teak' and I titottvM *fTw>ff. ft. .jiA
I of the last legislature showed Burke, born in 1729, am, Miss Eva Hodges is the guest other JIV F. liROMO! QUININE (Tab'eU) can bfi tnS'. I'i ioIthutadWtethW if
r., most remote sections of the state ,
FOR EXSERVICEIEN: : that they were'incompetent stewardsof recognized as a master statesman, or sister, Mrs. Milton of Watertown. i GROvE.SIaienucrho'o.eia: 'I
whose babies die year after year as i
., the result of her lack of knowledge of I the wealth of Florida was In the ator and author, is quoted below] :

t Atlanta, On., April ll--Service marIn and refusal to provide for the conservationof We are tenants at will of these f.rjJBananas .
=r the fundamentals of child bearing! ;:
Georgia North Carolina, South educational the forests of the state. Hardly had gentlemen (judges and lawyers)
her with
child raising and supply
Carolina Florida and Tennessee will done than the answer came (In and metaphysical
; material that will enable her they so for everything; a -
w, be asked by the United States Veterans who' the shape of the devastating fire in quibble Is to decide whetherthe !
children
to have healthy, happy
r bureau to reinstate $10,000OOC the national forest in Marion county greatest! villain breathing
will be credit to the state as well as
a
worth of government insurance daring and the several fires further down in shall meet his deserts or escape .6j
i't i ; to herself. I i

t 1 Liaison April Officer according, National to Joe Headquarters Sparks- Let than us not eighteen forget hundred that at babies presentmore die I, the There state.is absolutely: not hi.:: upon best with man impunity in the-or society' whether shall not the A car of Fruit Dispatch Bananas. A !t

I' ( American Legion. The instructions Florida before rsachingthe which the prosperity of Florida depends be reduced to the lowest and most :
in
for the campaign which is to every year different variety a different flavor
affords.
of so much as upon the the selection despicable' condition it t
I
be staged April 10 to 17, have been age one year. for Its lawmakers of broadminded In a word my lord, the injustice, '

sent to the Fifth District Organization THE NEXT LEGISLATURENow I; men, real patriots, instead of men delay] purilitv, false refinement, of Bananas that has ever been in ; :

by Mr.! M. Bryson, district man- who want the place merely for their and affected mystery of the law is ; "

ager. Chambers of Commerce, civic that candidates- are announcing -' own selfish purposes.-Times-Union. such that many who live under it this City. This week only.

organizations and service bodies have for the legislature it behooves the come to admire and envy the ex

been asked by tho bureau and the voters to begin to canvass the avail Did you telephone the plumber that pedition, simplicity and equalityof Prices arranged to reach everybody.From .

American Legion to give assistance ability of each aspirant ua really representative the hot water pipes are leaking? arbitrary judgments.

r "I consider this an important move'said of the views and senti- Yes, my dear. Another of the intricacies of th> 20 to 35c a dozen.

Mr. Sparks, "because all servicemen ments of the majority of the voters of What, did he say? high courts which cannot be ('asllyl'Iolvl'

should take advantage of the the county he would represent. Thereare lie said he'd put us on his waiting
government insurance. I am urgingall several questions. which recent list.-New York Sun.\ sentence proposition. It may be pos

Legion posts to support tho mose- legislatures have either ignored or sible that the legal profession may as- Don't miss this flavored Banana. '

ment to the limit. With the proper have failed to decide, -if there is any There is, however, one way to check lert that it is not the business of the '.

effort at least $10,000,000 worth of force trv the dictum that nothing is the divorce evil In this country. Fire common people-numerous' as they ,

settled until it is settled right. Theseare all of the judges. arc-to understand professional ethics :

Only One "BRO.Y1O QUININE"to reapportionment, tick eradicationand and all that sort of stuff; at the same STAR PRODUCE CO. \

; 4 ( [Iv get HMOMOQUlMINIi lh. cratMn,rail (or Look Tall for.am..lgo L\X/t tur.o.H. forest conservation. Keep moving forward. Everything time one has a privilege to wonder

Cur.a Cold In oa u.y. papsmuabsadbeadecbe.u3wua clean. and remark. A boy hungry and des-
1i (+ W.UHOV edell.. He Ii! regard to the first of these, non behind has been picked :

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FRIDAY APRIL 11. 1922. BKADFORI COUNTY TELEGRAMS STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE THHKH J i

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K:! ; r I Sootier' Stokes visited. friends/ in
News of Florida in Short ;
Paragraphs
..1rLi :-eleven' cigarettes i ,Tenn, Apr. :>, 11)2.:! !. 1.1 .o Butler Thursday night
"' sit u. I rt .B. I :"rnwn I it on the sick list
: I! TH the )People nf Starko:
6 h,I i ;Mrs. Charlie/ Doii-lusH, of Ft. White
State News ,, (% 7ltretr I rh ndry It already seems a long tin,' *incowe
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j
I passed through here Monday rnrouto
F.I Gimtktm'n left you. We left Starke 01 Wednesday
1.----1: I to Lake Butler and l Kaiford. .
1 WiT morning, March 20th "
Sunday school every Sunday after '
ilTURKISH
Told Mr. Manning and Pastor Smith's
by Our Exchanges.
t noon at 3:30: nt Harmony Free Will
VIRGINIA wife carried us with our hand 1 baggage .

,._.,_._..__._.._.m'n--'-m-- n'm"_._n..m---"""" -.....,.,..,.,,.,.,..,.,,,.,.,.bLlI, >lMt\.lllJoJl.lllllWiHlWwwwmwmIMI__________! BURLEY to the depot whit was indeed, Baptist church t" "
,1. C'. Blair made a business trip to
thoughtful and kind in them and f'l
Tampa ships more phosphate than The plant of the Pineda LumberCo. Worthington Saturday.

any other port in the world. ., at Pincd.1, six miles north of Eau which we again heartily thank them. Dr. Seeber King, of Lake Butler,
Our train for Englewood did not I leave k)
Gallic, was destroyed by fire last week was a professional visitor here
dollars worth of The Jacksonville until! 8:20: ) p. m., which
Ninety revenue machine shop and contents ly.
a
stamps were attached to the deed conveying quarter of a million feet of lumber, gave us several hours in which to seethe Doiuil Thonm.s spent tho r'cent"j""

property of the Gulf, Florida three box and one flat car and minor city, the St. Johns and Pablo< with his wife at Long Bridge.
Iloach.: Our ride across the St. Johns
A Alabama railroad to the new owners equipment were destroyed, entailing a Russell Roberts was a ; ,
Saturday at Pensacola. l loss of approximately $125,000.: The was delightful as it was our.rst trip itor to Worthington Saturday after
f orFIFTEEN 01 water. After quite a bit of sightseeing -
damage was partly covered by insurance noon.
on the St. Johns and In the citywe
Florida farmers are no pikers. An Mrs.
Eugene
Douglass visited relatives
Osceola county agriculturist has gone In a new package that fits the pocnet returned 1 to the depot and took a at Providence 'Vedn ,

into bankruptcy with liabilities of$05,2.11.2i. Louis Roath, 17, was seriously if At a price that fits the pocketbookThe min for Pablo Beach And here we Mr.! and Mrs. N. It. Stokes KdIlY.nttend- 'j'.\

The 21 cents must be for not fatally injured while in attendance same unmatched blend of saw the ocean with its frothy, lioavmj ed church at Midway Sunday

'' a plug of Brown Mule tobacco bough at the aerial and auto racing meet at ;I TURKISH VIRGINIA, and BURLEY Tobaccos more; billows perpetual, which than are our as breathing.r'J;''lllnr :and l There will be a cemetery workingat !

on credit. Daytona Beach while standing on the CuatnnlccJ by They reminded l one of caged wild Ft. Call 'l'huI'l'dayflril 27th Kv-:
i
Bide lines. The rear wheel of a racing z x g *111 \tty"E.. erybody invited.
; animals ever restless to from
oncape
Goldie of the pub
Miss Copley, one driven
/ car by N. B. Walker struck
I Murray Thomas made !business
bondage. But God who hollowed the a
school teachers of Saint Cloud II
lie the
young man, knocking him down I f
,
trip to Lake Butler Friday
afternoon at I tiMuirh", of the ocean said "ThiM far
while bathing on Sunday
breaking his
right leg and
cutting a The Bill district election of trusteesfor
shall thou and further. Sn the
Alligator lake, went beyond her depth deep gash in his side. niutocs and throe carloads of pepperand nt'gress, grasped his arm and altemptj go no
MiIIl'rl'huill hold! ,
shores fix tho ocean's boundaries. was Saturday
1, and before aid could reach her was onions. j to lead him up the alley Ho was i l
Some one has said something u.bout The vote was 12 to 11 1 in favor of a
drowned, The unable to state how times ho \
largest tarpon of the many
Reason "The lure of the birgu." We understand sub district. W. I. Blair, J. 11. !Me- i
Three thousand laborers went to had fired at the
was landed at Puffin Gorda by W. W. woman.
better his meaning since we saw Lend and H. G Crawford went electeda.s t
David Warde, of Selma, Ala., hunting I Buller, president of the: Canadian Cur work Monday in the Irish potato fieldsin iWt'lIn. trustees.: '
old Nor do wonder
s in Lee county since last fall, departed : and Foundry ('Montreal: Quebec, the Hastings- East Palatka-Federal 1 Victory bridge crossing the Apa- Wl now .,
recommend weak and! Hev. I K.: B. is
why physicians Joiner slowly recovering
for his home last week withan who is a guest at Hotel Punta Gorda. Point districts and the digging of the lachicola river near lover Junction, isnearing \
to visit the coast. Such from three weeks of sick
sickly people a spell
even dozen of wildcats and three The fish put on t the scales weighed 150 spuds is on in earnest. Some producers completion after three yearn I

panthers to his credit. Two years ago pounds! measuring six feet, nine inches. started on a small scale digging; of work. It is said that it will open I scenes fill the mind! with great ness.
what the Creator
of
he killed six panthers and a bear within It was very poor und thin, and some time ego but the majority wait Up the good roadways west of tin thoughts great !

50 miles of Fort Myers. would have weighed :200! pounds if il I ed until the crop was sufficiently! matured capital. The bridge is on the Spanish 1 hath wrought.: We were loathe to FARMER BROWN

had been fat. I to bring top prices. Quotations. Trail, n national highway.; There aro leave Pablo. Upon our return we
found the. crowded with tourist
depot
Contract to erect a $225,000; high Monday were $7.25 per barrel f. o. b. seven reinforced concrete arch spans,

school building at Orlando was let last The Lake Worth drainage districtis I Hastings\ while a few isolated offers each 110 foot in tho clear and a basI train returning to Kmrlewood;to the north country.heavily loaded Our. Good morning, !Mr. Snyder! Will '

of $7.50 were reported.A cule lift providing a flour chanI was please look account? I
week to an Orlando contractor. The comprised of approximately 128,000acres i I span all seemed. happy, having had a you up my f
school building is to be finished: in of land. There are approximately : I I nel of 100 feet for river navigation. happy sojourn in tho sunshiny land.Wo want to settle up today. Ono of my P

time for the 1. s'2 fall te-Un.' A new 500 miles! of ditches in the plan of citizen of Cocoa, while investigating The roadway l.s 18 foot between curb I arrived In l Englewood" Thursdayat I 1 neighbors was telling mo you turned
also being the of tree's and is asphalt surfaced. The tota him down on further credit becausehe /
school buildtrv; for negtoes it reclamation, 130 miles of which are cause an orange :3:15! m. The air Hocmi'd, heavy
erected in that city. equalizing canals. The remainder is decline found that a big sweet potatowas length of the main river span is 1000( and :suffocating)p. different to the hud not come in when you Kent him

lateral ditches, which are about one- growing around the principal root fret, eastern approach is made/ up of soft tropical air in Florida. It was statements, so I thought I'd better gut

"Enough to make Rand it :McNall half mile. apart throughout the district and choking it, lIe chopped it out 20 concerto dock girder spans, each several days before we breathed well. busy, for I've been pretty slow myself -

go out of business." Such was the I and weighed the pieces. They tippedthe 40 feet, supported on concrete piers .
I am sorry to say these things about
declaration by City Commissioner ,- I scales at 58 pound. Sweet pota- The western approach will require, home a nil native state, Nevertheless 1: Yes wo are needing/ money now and

Aeosta of Jacksonville, after he had Center Hill, a short distance from' toes had been planted in the field three when completed, 00 spans of 40 fee I my I must be honest unit. toll the j fax .strawberries are bringing/ good tprice

been informed that the city had been years previous and the big one chok- each. we must insist on payments of
Lc-csburg, has sent an invitation to I truth. All day Thursday it was too
billed for $350 for six maps of Jack- "Tin Can Tourists" who wish to put ing the orange tree hud probably kept r warm to ba comfortable in the shade i all back accounts Hero is your bill

sonville that had never been delivered. in a little time at work in a way per- on growing. j That Hillsborough county highways und Thursday night we hud, un electrical und wo thank you very much. If our

haps new to them. The offer is for 1 and byways, particularly the latter, storm worse than any I bad seen 1 customers would! come in now when
I Hall 15 high school fresh- in the vicinity of Tampa, arc infested they are gettlnsuch good priers, it !
workers to assist in gathering the cucumbers Clyde a in Florid.i. On Friday morning the /
For the first time in the history or with automobile parties which arc
and beans and other vegetables man, was shot and instantly killed, t thermometer was III I and we were" would soon put us on easy street and E1
the Hastings potato section a carlot Is believed) while out staged by designing men for the purpose '- would bo .
now growing at that place in accidentally, it f"I'ezinloaroullIllI big I lire, and! Saturday W( happy.I
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r has been sold at far south as Fort of ruininj.YOUIlIt'' girls, was th!
great; profusion. hunting at Glencoe. Hall was accompanied there frost. Sunday the I i What can I show you today, ?
night was +
, Worth, Texas. On Friday the Bugbee gist of statements by several minis-
by a small boy, named Bates. and. Dishes ? Yes, we have some first
blow
cold winds but it I is warns
Distributing Company received an order ters at the regular moiling of tho
the ,
showed that and und Iillller"lah'lf.
4 An investigation quality cups Saucers
unit the 116th all hose
Tampa's artillery pleasant! now. Hut with I
from Fort Worth and the car was Ministerial AstoclationIon! -
Hall into a Tampa White dinner plates $1.50 set
Bates following
field artillery, Florida National Guardwas boy was the is Applo ;
changes grass green.
shipped' immediately. formally presented by Mayor clump of foliage and that the smaller day morning. On one road in particular and peach trees are in bloom flowers : /gold band) at-$2.00.<)(

,\ ----- Brown to 3,000 persons. At the end lad's shotgun was accidentally discharged it was declared, residents have on and) butterflies are seen and the birds.. SlIrlnklinlpotll, ? Yes, this size (96c;
A mother manatee, twelve feet longand more than one occasion boon awakened -
\ killed of the address the mayor turned a when the gun, which was curried are singing. Tho wheat fields\ look this one $1.50.
her four ones were tho and entreaties of
: young by roams
switch which flooded the field: with upright, was pushed agaiiiHt a : green' and beautiful.A i I Cedar buckets? Sure Bras! hoops
ijfj by a blast of dynamite discharged atm I girls who had boon lured to the vicinity I '
brunch of tree.
light! from towers. Adjutant GeneralC. a word to the church We enjoyed At $1.35./ \
Miami river Sunday ,
the mouth of the and attacked by their mule' com-
\ the P. Lovell declared the unit to be your love and fellowship BO' much Safety razors? Yes, nil kinds from(
in deepening the voices
by workmen engaged panions. "In many coses
one of the best equipped in the Unit- SilHauA'dahl, Norwegian automo- while there.V! truly love everonj. $1 i up to $5.:
r I channel. It was estimated she weighed 'I hoard have boon the voices of children -
ed States. The value of the equip bile driver, in n cur of special construction of you. And if it had not been for More in the nuto-st.rop safety razor
; 1700 pounds. said Fred Tumor, in discussing, I,
\',t''i:' I ment, he said, is $300,000. I at Daytona Beach Wednesday the reports lator. "People have boon the hope' and expectation of being ut $5. Farmer Itrown recommend this!

at Tampa drove one kilometer in 13.9 sec- with you next' fall and winter we very highly. I Sold him one mid hit
The Daniels shipyards kept awake at night' nn one of three
* which has been practically idle for a S. I. Revell, for nearly twenty years onds; five miles in 156.02 and ten roads by the cries of those girls." would nevi'r; have Iii l .i ht a home I hero I' Buys hu don't know how ho ever got

year, following a three-year period clerk of the circuit court of Liberty,, miles in three minutes, 1[6 seconds We have confidence in you. Wo believe along with the old fashioned razor.Says : .

during which 100,000 tons were built has been sentenced to serve three The official world's record for the There are now /52 senior high schoolsin that you moan to ba real Christians It IH like a ono mule! and wagon/

tcii and launched, will be reopened immediately )- years in the state prison by JudgeLove three distances made under the auspices -. Florida, according< to an aiviouncemont and) will work together to buildup against an automobile. You see you

a Randolph P. Allen, former superintendent as a result of his conviction for of the contest board of the American by W. N. Sheath, state superintendent ) a strong church whose 1 Influence 1 can strop thu blade without taking it

announces. the embezzlement of county funds. A Automobile Association are 14.40 of public instruction. This will bo felt for good In every home In out. Thin way ono blade will lust you

shortage of $11,288 in his! accountswas seconds for the kilometer, 2.00.0t seconds number is an Increase of 12 over last your lovely city. We shall pray thatit n long thnn and get better all the timeA

Pasco county Is camping on the discovered in 1020 by State Auditor for five miles and 4.0U.31! for ten year's total. The requirements. for n may be so. It was the splendid man was shlwlnme/ one the other

heels of Sumter and Hernando in the Will Yon. Revel was tried and miles. Tommy Milton holding the/! senior high school are: Not less than fellowship we had with you, us well as day that he hud used for four years

j matter of growing cucumbers for the convicted at Bristol last week, the, first two and Ralph do Palma the last '1 ICO day term; not less than 150 pupils the climate that Induced, us to purchase 1, and is still as just as new

" I, northern markets. Cultivation of cucumbers jury being out all night before it record. I in daily attendance; not loss than 30 n homo there We love the people All right, I'll take it. How much

is new in Pasco county but reached a verdict pupils in the four high school grades; of Starko .general. They are a is that feather duster?

; several solid carloads have been ship- Fourteen acres of land at the extreme not less than three teachers, exclusive noble people. Hut, of course, wa lovu $1.00. Isn't it a dandy.' Your wife

' : ped to date. I. O. Price, United States deputy top of Iron Mountain, the high/ of the principal, giving nil timu to the little Christian church in a purtlrulur will ho pleased with it.

marshal sold 20,000 acres of land at purchased high school classes; the principal must peculiar way, und we hope I

What is said to be one of the largest Tavares Monday at public auction for hold a valid Florida life certificate or you love us. Faithfully yours, "Awful a eldunt in the train today,"
f Avocado developments in the United for many years editor of the Ladies ELSIK DAUGIIKUTY.
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$10. The Infinitesimal price was recorded a state certificate; not less than five reported Willie.
[ States is taking place on the south because of the fact that about Home Journal, who plans to lay it off minute recitation period' ; riot fewer "What was It?"

r,. and southeastern shores of Lake $6$,OOO indebtedness outstanding for a park and bird sanctuary. Mr. than four academic subjects carriedby MIU.F.K I "A woman hud her eye on a seat

''Okeechobee, where approximately a against the property made it undesirable Bok has told friends that he expects all high school pupils; not less than und a man sat on it!"-WeHterlleld

",'II' 1 h, thousand acres of this fruit are being as a purchase, save to the own- to give W. II. Olmstead, the famous eight well adapted and properly Miller, April 11.-We lire requestedto (N. J.) Leader.

planted at this time. er. The sale had been ordered as the landscape architect, carte blanche in equipped recitation rooms; not less announce that' Kev. Major, of Make I

'I result of the court action, to quiet title handling the place and the result in a than $200 worth of books! and equipment Butler, will preach at Ft. Cull Sunday: ) Willie, can't you be quiet for a bit?

The Arnold Lumber Company of to the property. few years Is certain to be one of the in each library and laboratory. April 30th. Thia is one of the oldest No, ma; two bits Is my lowest fig

1 Groveland, broke a state record for a show places of the state. Iron Moun- There are also 10 junior and 10 intermediate churches In the country. Kvoryhody ure.--Boston Transcript.
band mill when it cut in excess tain on tho Mountain Lake corporation ,
single Somebody posing as n dentist and i schools in this state invited. I
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.' of 111,000 board feet of lumber in one using an infected instrument to extract is 324.9 feet high and is, according I Carl Brown win a business visitor I HI1YjUl
ten-hour day. This mill also holds the a patient's tooth, resulted in tho to the U. S. Geological Survey, the IN MEMOKIAM: to Gainesville last week. i roommate dresses.

t state record for number of feet cut arrest of B. Elmer Caulk, of Tampa, highest point in Florida j Arthur Douglass: of Kllentoii, was May--Oh, dear! Has she been leaving

; during the month, having cut in ex. on a charge of manslaughter. The I Little Homer David Lang, the elder called to the bedside of his wife, who her window shades up again?-

,.;, : cess of 2,500,000 feet in the past thir.t patient, M. L. Shelley, of Lakeland, Thomas V. Newbern, 31 i, of Panama son of Mr. and Mrs F. D. Lang, passed Is seriously ill at the home of her par Topics of the Day

+ t ty-one days. died about a week after an alleged Patk, shot himself through the right: away Thursday April Uh< at 3:20.: ----- -.--

as dentist performed the extraction, the temple early Friday afternoon. lIe He was nearly 5 years old, wan a

; cause of death being given as blood died while being taken into the St. bright and beloved boy. Jilt prema- E. A. MARTIN SEED CO.

p RESULTS TELL poisoning by the attending physician Luke's hospital. The family of the ture death was such a shock that Rev.J. .

Caulk denies all knowledge: of the af- deceased is at a loss to understand L. Strickland< accustomed to preaching OLDEST AND LARGEST SEED HOUSE IN FLORIDA

air. the reason of his act. Just a few moments funerals, broke down. The sad- JACKSONVILLE FLA.MARTIN'S .

before Newbern sent the fatal Branch
dust funeral ever held at Long
t 4 I | There Can Bs No Doubt About the It was learned Saturday that the shot.crashing through his head, he had church was of this :young boy. The .HY,TEST.SEEDS; Are known for quality

Rfault In Starke. U.' S. Sugar Corporation which a yearor been sititng on the front porch of his floral offerings were beautiful and sad Corn, _.... P.... Pcppor. EvitpUnt. W .Urm.Ion. Cantaloup., Pola,.. TOM-.
I Result tell the tale. Cucumber Cowiwaa, ror..nd Fli-lil' H.da.. Our catalouuo and prUa 'IUC will vv! Ith ...
All doubt Is removed two ago secured large holdings of home with his wife and remarked that cof'eyed the sympathy of their manyfr .r Infarrutloo. W. carry all v.rl.tl.. of u .rd.n, ft.,,, and term .mil. thai lu,. Ut .._
't' real estate on the Palatka road and he Intended to sell the pistol. Mrs. I 's: to the sorrow-strickened parent .l.ii and proven to b. MlapUMi to Klorlda ao II and .llmat. .... our vn of ....._
or !Starke cltUea. ....
; The testimony a .nabl. u* to haadl tam florid ...i .InuliM*to sdv ....
Newbern said that he held the in
Can be easily JavuKllgatod: announced that a big sugar refinery gun **

t'l What better part can be had? would be erected has definitely decided his hand for a few minutes lookingat SPR1NGICATALOGUEMartlo'B

}:;: W. E. Daugherty minister Cherry not to build a refinery in that sec- it, then got up and went into the Miss Flap--She swears that no Sorlna C.lalocu. I1 U now .*.d,. Wrlt for It. Zv.on. InUrwUil I. riorkteBprlotf
h; and Summer .rup.. Bhould avail 1 th.nn..lv. of Information .oar i*.4 l I. our A-
,: I St., Starke says: "Doan's Kidney: tion. In fact the real estate is being house. The shot followed almost im young man's lips have ever touched .;.r1[tlv* aialovuM.. SupplUd yi l'' Pills did me lots of good. I suffered turned back to the original owners in mediately. hers. Wit for U today. JTurr I. D sad prUwn I on .11 B.'*4iit.bl.. ...<

1 from terrible backaches, caused by large tracts and this eliminates all Miss Flip-Well, that's enough to Phone 4277- 1320
1 difficult time to get s; .
'I maJarU. I had a work much InI' possibility of a sugar refinery being Chester Logan, Jr., son of Dr. C. E. make any girl swear, I think.-New
' around and I could not
.' my garden on account of the terrible erected by these people.W. Logan, for many years a practicing York Sun. a E.A. MARTIN SEED CO. 202-206 E. BAY ST.

of back. The! physician of Sutherland, was arrest
pains In the email my ..
,... > kidney secretions passed too often! J. Conners, the Buffalo capitalist, ed at Tampa on the charge of killingan Teacher-What was the ShermanAct

1 and were the color of red brick. A who has a winter home at Palm Beach unknown negress In an alley near ? Reduction In Prices make a mistake

I friend told me to try Uoan's Kidney and who is one of the big developersof the station a few moments previous. A Tommy-Marching through Geor- Big JOo-i order your fertilizer

' 1 t ; Pills and two boxes cured me of the our Everglades land, has recently .38 calibre revolver with three cartridges gia.-Saturday Evening Post. without getting our new price lists just issued. Plenty

''tf"l'! I attack." had a most successful season in the ( discharged was found in his of Materials prompt shipment. Order now. Fertilizers lnsecticides -

Price 60c, at MI dealers Don'tsimply growing and shipping of potatoes He possession. Quizzed at the police station Sweet Young Thing-I can't marry Sprayers Poultry Supplies.
f' ask for a kidney remedygetDoaa' had barrels which he sold at about You are penniless.
15,000 Logan, as he staggered( you. E. PAINTEIt FERTILIZER CO.
Pills the same that:
L Kidney Foeter Milburn an average price of $7 a barrel. Mr. the room, freely admitted shootingthe Young/ Fellow-That's nothing, the JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
had.
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I, Mr. Daugherty
i Y. Conners has also hipped ten carloads negress. He did it, he said, when Czar of Russia was Nichola.Vaudevile -
Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Get NEW March 1922 reduced prie.'j.E. before buying.I .
r of string beans, two carloads of to- the woman, accompanied by another News. ,


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f'f'i FRIDAY. APRIL 14. 1922Bradford
i PACE FOUR: BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH flTARKB. FLOKHA

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I i $i:,: County Telegraph I 1-POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS.AnVouncementa under thtv, htadino. not ex.. '!'GUDE'SPEPTO; I your Don't wife imagine Into telling you can you of ever the scare latest ', ford 100 farms and Hampton.roar Starke Drop, Lawtey me a, card Rai- etery Mrs.to in II.severely Columbia S. Long sprain county.had her the m

r.'i -dl...: one Inch In lensrth. (about 72 wortlit I piece of scandal. She'll beat you 'and I will be at your house the next tuna \ anki
be publliihed from dm until the primary week.
; )" '-<' Published! weekly and entered as election. ,In June for 16. payable .t time of I !1 to it every time. morning to list your property. Those
A J M.\ Roberts visited W. O It
rat Inxytlon. the
in listing some
." second class matter, at the post ___ I who will Include

;, office at Starke Florida. STATE'S! ATTORVKT: i Teacher-Willie, what Is. cubic personal property, such as cattle, Sunday.
t To the Democratic Voters of Elrhth JudicialCircuit !Mrs.\ Charlie Douglas( ipcii'
i : MANGANIT hogs, horses, mules, farm implements,
I I yard
I hardy. announce my candidacy for the office etc generally urday here with her sister Mt
iui .4;, E. MATTHEWS: !I. Editor and Owner of State Attorney. of the Ktlfhth Judicial' Willie-I don't know for sure, butit household furnishings, ,
Duke.
Circuit. comitrtnlntr levy.. Alarha. Putnam. the quickest sales.
>: must be a yard that them Cuban get
Flatter.' Bradford. Union and Halter count.. IS THE SAFE AM J) SELIABLE and '
let have Sunday Bfrs. Douglass\ and!
Don't forget to me any sl
,f ST.\RKE'S GALA SEASON: ftihjrct tn the primary election' of June fl. kids play In.-New York American.
r L f f 1022. If elected I promise an asrirrejuilve. enirtrrtie I TONIC: USED BY PHYSICIANS : all reports of money-making crops. Duke visited relatives in' Rail>" ".
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of the I
and economical admmlntratfon
''i { affair of Die office Will .""....,1"1.. the pup FOIL 30 YEARS Ilobson Sir I am a self-made man. We know that the dark] brown loam :i Lester Pinholster, of Brooke WI.I .
1, This time of the year Starke is attr' port of all Democrat J, C. ADKINS I U the best of '1 business visitor here last
_ I ? soil of Bradford county a week
+ \lilies ; j Dobson-Who interrupted you -
its best. birds
The are singing,
To the Cltlienii of the Eighth Judicial CircuitI There are "new styles" even in the I them all. Now, help me to let the 'i Ranee and John Purdah left 1\1.
l ;, and violets grow among the pines, and hereby announce to the cltlins of the i medicines. A "fad" is Tit-Bits.
{ county of Alaehua. Baker. Bradford. Flaslrr.Levi. new comes world know it. day for Center Hill.
1 around the dwellings are many-hued Putnam, and Union com poll nit tho I popular for. a while, and then fades j G. :M. INMAN, Mr.\ and Mr. Waters were gawp
Judicial' Circuit that I am a candidate -
flowers. The invigorating breezes Fltfhth
I to Juccced, myself aa State Attorney, .u,,. I out of public view. A remedy that Starke, Florida. of relatives hero Saturday and Sun
n carry the fragrance of the camphor : Jcet to the. action of the TVmivmtle" Primary has stood the test for thirty years Looping' for Virtues. I
MS 't trees, the orange blossoms and the lection-to[; be heM on June 6, 1922 If.elected must have and A"hen you have. u wind! to divert I day.Zell
I,prom ae tho came enenretlo and economical a remarkable merit
j FIVE :MILE Van Dukes
and
roses. The leaves on the trees are administration, / that I have endeavored to cannot be called "fad." Such isGude's 7our fupty. cooilili-r the good! luulltles' I visited Orel i
.,1 M I t' w fresh from the buds and, with the nun ,ive sine my appointment to RIIh.. unext a of your ocqualntuuivs ; an ilio enterprising and Kirk Dekle Saturday.
lred term of lion. A. V. lutntt. Pepto-Mangan originated by
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t vigor of this inun, the modest! !Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Dekle had
: beams dancing among bern, have a A 8. CREWS Dr. A. Code Five Mile, April U.-Died, Friday, i,
.:$ :" hope-inspiring influence. COUNTY COMfISBIOSER1STRICT No. S I which has, over H quarter ccrt"rj"i of another the liberality of a third. April 7th, Wm. S. Kennedy, age 80. i'I'' guests Sunday, Mrs. Addie Blunt
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thouF.an.J.lof
ago, helped
; marry and For there I Is nothing so entertaining
.. "o on.
I hereby announce myself a candidate More than a Mr.\ Kennedywas !Miss Josephine Blume and T. D. Pro(
This is the sentimental side of th'e for County Commlimioner for PlntHct No. aNew people back to good health by improving os a lively limiso:; t>f the vii year ago
i .renpectfully aol. clt the support stricken with and tor.
River on
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picture. But we cannot live on sentiment of the voters at the coming primary. IfnominaUti the blood. Pepto-Mangan is tues exhibited In the chiiryrier' of
and elected I promise faithful service .. the day of his death he sustained an- Wiles Dubose was a business \>i ,
: so there must be a material sido an iron tonic. It contains iron in a those we converse- with occurring nnuiuirouHly
i to make our sketch complete. This is of tha and district unremitting and: the attention dbtln: of to the the:office.D. ::; 'needs. ;, special form easily absorbed by the ) us ,possible.' It' this. therefore other stroke. Unavailing efforts were Id- here Monday.

4 furnished by the strawberry movement W. KELLY..::. __I system. It puts color into the lips be uiuu)" ut IaIlU<1.. Marcus Au made to communicate with his chil- :If.-.. P. P, Dekle and ,. i, Julia,

I FOR MEMEHR SCHOOL BOARD .lIuli \tuonlnui. dren. In accordance with his visited relatives in Lake Butler Pn
re'Juetthe
which is now at its height.!: Almost and cheeks and improves the entire
I hereby myself candidatefor'
announce a
\ without exception, the first crop rrelrctinn. to the office of member. of the body by improving and enriching the interment was at Ebeneezer cem- day.Elberton .

.\\i;, of the year here is that of the strawberry a Hchool. subject' Board to of the Bradford Democratic coun "voter. District'at No.the 'blood. It is sold by druggists in both Cheer Up.

y }i{ and it is important, for it June primary If re-elected I promise 1 faithful liquid and tablet form. If Don't spend your time mopping oCba )
I' i very service in the future, aa i have endeavored you want sunbeams with a moody face asa I1"I.T-l1QIiT\iIliruUIH.lI.oR=uJ;!
I ; '; brings the reward of months of hard to render In the past. Very truly.A. Ito I be well and strong and look fine
; absorbs ink. Don't stick k
'< A. HA ZEN. blotter
I L.t .' and painstaking!: work, on which many and healthy, take Gude's Pepto-Man: around as solemnly: as an owl. Crack

(. ," ". depend for their entire living and all To FOR the REPRESENTATIVE Voter of Bradford-County GROUP TWO.I here gan.-Adv. a smile If It breaks your heart, and

for a portion of their living. Careworn by announce myself a candidate. for Memberof I don't be so cross crabbed end crusty.If :: .
the Lefcialature' In Group No. 2. aubjoct to
..t' faces brighten up, while work- the Democratic Primary. and respectfully .... nic." you are wedded to worry, sullies will

4 : hardened hands jingle money in the will licit use the every support. effort of the to promote voters. If the elected.welfareof I In another half-hour: "The old wag/ get. you a divorce. Cheer op, you cuiucUeoo. I -

'l i' pockets-money with which to buy Bradford county. F. L .TURNER. on has a list like a run-down heel. -. cheer unlBridges I iUd ;.ALL,.

ri) ; t comforts and necessaries, make improvements FOR REPRESENTATIVE-GROUP. ONE This la no weather for a fellow to be --- I
t J I hereby.. announce to the eitisens of Brad
and debts. The "
ofIo pay merchants ford county. that I am a sand date for Mem out in without an umbrella. In tH. orl.
,i rn are busy selling goods and l ber and of the House of Kepreaentativea Croup 1, The Estonia wired to the crippled The only mention of a bridge In the
rapectfully solicit the support of the
r' t writing receipts for payments of tan at the primary election of Jun. tth.Reapectfully vo- Grontoft to "hold on," and put about canonical Scriptures Is indirectly lathe + J;. ....

t y 'Y debts, the banks are busy castling r E. S., MATTHEWS. *o go to the rescue. Forty minutes later principality of Oesbar, a district

i ; J.. checks, canceling notes and receiving the Estonia operator picked'up the to the northeast of the Sea of Galilee. Blue Georgia Granite

,4 I'' deposits.: All are busy, for King Of us has been developed most- words: At this place a bridge Is said to exist.
( still which Is called by the Arabs .tb. :,"TH STONE ETERNAL"
: Strawberry allows no loitering. There The good side or the bad
I. "We "
y are sinking stern first. The bridge of the sons of Jacob. The
Is' work for all. Even those colored, So if you're,lucky, do not boast boats are smashed. Can't hold out Roman are credited with being the And GEORGIA MARBLE, in:its :various;hades make

r 1 men, who at other times can manage But just be thankful, lad. any longer. The skipper dictated that Brat constructors! of arched bridge

(, to find eXCl ,)S for shirking work, I t he ought to know. Where did I put ever trearas. MEMORIALSRenowned

I though they are half starving, are And when a stumblin' brother calls "my hat Sorry we can't wait for you .

now pressed into service, and are for I Don't turn a scornful gaze; pressing/ business! elsewhere. S-" 9

f I once during the year enabled to buy I It may be his fault if he falls, As Shakespeare wrote at the end of MORE FARMS WANTEDThe

ham and fry.it in butter and to gorge/ I But yours if down he stays. pf Hamlet, "The rest is silence. FOR ARCHITECTURALIDIGNITY:

,,7 themselves on chicken and rice. Men I, And when the facts you ponder thus I The operator's name was not men- E. A. Strout Farm Agency, Inc., '

and women, boys and /girls have mon- Which shape lives, all along;, Vioned in the dispatch giving this stoVy will shortly issue a new state catalogand and EVERLASTING ENDURANCE 1,

t ey, which has been called to existenceby 'Twill make you a forgivin' cuss to the world. Nobody knew. Per will give Bradford county all the

King Strawberry's mint. When other folks go wrong. I' haps it doesn't matter. One thing space that I can fill with facts that Three essential factors to7be] onsidered in buying: monuments

This potentate is despotic, but generous -Los Angeles Times. I sure-he was an American. And while will show to the prospective settler are, ."BEAUTY, PERMANENCY, APPROP-

He holds his court midst light men can die like that, "ie needn't wor- why he should locate in this good old RIATENESS. You have the assurance of this combination a

and flowers. Long live the king! SOME RILL ry about the virility of the race.- county. Farmers are requested to when buying our material.COGGINS'MARBLECO.. .. "

Tampa Tribune. give me a letter showing the income S

; "CONTROLLERS OF TilE MILLION The following is a bill presented bya from strawberries this season and any: CANTON GP.

CALLS" painter who had been employed to The most remarkable thing about other information about crops that i Leading Manufacturer of the South fl
r touch up some decorations in an old I will interest ( flI ,
church an election is the rapidity with which persons looking for a | Field or Special Representative, I "

i Some of the most interesting features Correcting: Ten we forget the rottenness that crops goodly land to settle In. : W. ELLERY DAVIS. STARKE FLA. fli
Commandments I
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wI> of the telephone business are l I out. I am ordering eight thousand, of I ;
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shown In the picture "Controllers of $6.25, I these.new catalogs, and I want to list
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Varnishing Pontius Pilate and putting IL"RDm"llllWWW>
r ; the Million Calls" produced, by the in front tooth, $1.80. Regardless of the fact that we havea --- .._ ___ ___ ___ __-- ---. .... -- .
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ht i Southern" Pell and Cumberland! Telephone Putting new tail on rooster of St. republican form of government, we I --:- e

I st & Telegraph Companies to be Peter and mending his coat, $4.03.:; are the most democratic nation on tho --
e,1 \Shown at the Gaiety Theatre on Sat- face of the globe.
Touching! up and regilding guardian
fcrday, April Iflth.
angel! $3.60. I
The picture is intended to show just
Washing servant of high priest and 0 "1
what modern sfelephone service calls
I + putting carmine on his cheeks, 110.
for from its most numerous class of
Renewing Heaven, adjusting tho
employee, the operators, and how the 1
tars and cleaning the $9.00.
moon, I
,r results desired! are secured a -s. ellI
Touching up purgator and renewing
tt.I, There are scenes showing how girls lost souls, $.1.20.

on entering the employ of the company Taking spots off son of Todias, l>0c.
.,, are taught the methods of handling ,
Putting rings in Sahara's ears, ,
t ? subscribers' calls and the
; complicated $1.35. I 25 cent I
s d r modern
i equipment necessary
lightening up flames of hell, putting ''
to the wonderful service of
to-
i ; give
new left horns on the devil and

a: (Uay.There cleaning tail, $14.00.
M is element in the
r a personal Two hours doing different Jobs for
J picture> in the views of a number of Want Adwill
the damned, 300.
+. prominent people, such as some of the Putting new sandals on Abraham

leading club women of Atlanta, of Mr. and restoring lost tails and horns to F

sp 0. Epps Brown, president of the his dock, $6.50.Cleaning r
Southern Bell and Cumberland Telephone sell
: t Balaam's Ass and putting a Sugar 6clb
ti, & Telegraph companies, and of
new shoes on him, $2.10. .
t t flVIr. E. K. Hall, vice president of the I
t Putting new shirt on Jonah, new ,
') American Telephone & Telegraph ropes on the vessel and enlarging thewhale's I .
Companies, as he appears when discoursing j Horseor
mouth, $2.65. $$200 1
on his panacea for removingthe II
Putting new leaves on Adam and
misunderstandings between capital
-
Eve $32.
,
b and labor, this being what Mr. -E change. Lard'13c
lb
i' Hall calls the four C's, "Contact, Conference -.--- a

n I Confidence and Co-operation" JESTING WITH DEATH

between management and employes. I i

t'1' This is one of the series of educational Surety there was stuff for an old-

pictures being shown in the fashioned Norse in that of \ .
saga story Car
_ _ $$1000 i
theatres of Southern Enterprises, Inc., the wireless operator who went down .

;4 and associate theatres, throughout the with the Norwegian steamer Grontoft. Jr.

j southeast by the Southern Railway'But with this difference-the old sagas

r !na System, the Louisville & Nashville I had little humor in them.

4 Railroad, the Atlantic & West Point, The story was told in wireless messages or a The Great .

:t s i Georgia and Western of Alabama railroads from the Grontoft, picked up by I, Bankrupt Sale is

'1 ,,1tS 4y and the Southern Bell and Cumberland the Estonia in the middle Atlantic,

S M>, Telephone & Telegraph Com while a great storm was raging. Theyran :

i panies. like this: $$10,000 Now at Its Height. Come.NoW'"Don't
k' (
n "God pity the poor sailors in a night

WHEN OntElt l'Ol.liCO! : WRONG: like this-hn, ha!" f rf

"The old man thinks this ruin will
y 3 ," I'm kind of a forgivin' cuss t>e over by nightfall. We sure need Wait.Cash
When other folks Farm ..
.w go wrongI home breeze!1" .
"" +> never try to make a fuss,
An hour later: "Well, the steward is .
I; Or criticise 'em strong /
l snaking/ sandwiches for the lifeboats.!
"' 1 Because when I hear folks bave run ..
Looks like
Y + we were going on a pic- .
r Out of the narrer way

I think perhaps I might 'a' done .. '

The same if I'd been they. SEED CO"N, COWPEAS VELVET

BEANS. MILLET,GRASS SEED. SOR. I .

f They both are humans made of clay, CHUM. For immediate ehipment. All What is more econ-
1 fir seawnableFieid and Vegetable! Seed.
The, noblest and the worst, .
And with reversed conditions they Writ. for Price List and Catalogue Cur omical and profit-

If Might find their lives reversed. I beautiful and instructive catalogue ie .1

The worst feel noble now and then free and And give valuable information on able than a want .1 Dept. StoreSam

And vlce-ver, likewise, farming gardening for Florida and ,
o the eouth. Write In us to day for specialprices
And few of us our feller-men ad in this paper?
"' Have room to criticise. on your seed requirement; Our

complete clock will enable u* to supply What have

to acNant. in price and t you
you Te quality.E.
It's Idee all goonp .
my we are Rosenberg Starke
And all are bad Jtt heart, A. MARTIN SEED COMPANY to sell? Fla. .

And how temptations are withstand, Oldcat and Largest See Moueo In Fla. ; t. I.
r'd .
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FRIDAY APRIL 11, 1022. -.- -- -- -- --- .---- BRADFORD- --. COUNTY-- -- TELEGRAPH.: .. STARKE.--. -- FLORIDA. ... _. .. _________.___--u PAGE_ FIVB_ ____.
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they wish to register. and the men think it is a good timeto Wannee BranchNo. wa a guest over Sunday at tho home I'

I .. -- --- I ask for more. "Tho men" referred 101 leaves Starko 7:45: a. m. : of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. D.

Beautiful quality white organdie, to are the union officials. They are No. 104 arrives Starke 3If: p. m. Wainwright on Clark street. Friends
,
Bits of LocalInformation \ll I peimanpnt finish, no starch required, I declaring, for instance, that a man -,----_._---- of Mr.\ Wainwright will be interested .

Immderinjt doesn't affect its crispness, I{with a small family cannot possiblylive ''I CARD OF THANKS and pleased to know that ho has lately 1

,II- lwh width, 75c yard. ::Morgan's. decently on less: than about $2- ,I 1 been promoted by State Comptroller ,J

i : I POO\ a year. They haven't heard about We wish to extend our sincere I Amos and
4.f ('"I. A. S. Crews, of Starke, state's the ten thousand Baptist ministers in thanks and appreciation to those who He accepted a clerkship in ,

attorney for this district, is a distinguished \ I the Southern Baptist division who the comptroller's office about
tl.eevae4P.r *% .. .. """ ...... trr/ getalong ministered to us during the sickness! seven
x '+tN... ,r. sW. Carwrr'" a.I 1'.._ I visitor here today. Col. Crews I somehow on an "average salaryof and death of our beloved ono We months ago. He has won his promotion .

tInIaJ .. I I has announced his candidacy for reelection less than $500 a year." are thankful for tho kind" words. of in this short time, which tells its 1j;;

-- -v.0 -- .' -- to his present position and Is In the bituminous fields tho miners sympathy and for the many beautiful own story! of elflciency and. close ap- {
shaking hands with his friends and are not so well paid as those who mine flowers that adorned the mound where plication to 90 day velvet beans at Klckliter's.A lately with S. L. Alvarez has
opened acquaintances here while telling themof
i I the so-called "hard conl. But tho he sleeps. 1 I I I
n barber bhop near the depot, just his aims for another term.-\Vil-
soft coal industry tloclarpU to bo
: !Mrs )Henry Wilson, :Mrs.! M. L. FANCY BERRY RETURNS
D. Andrews, of Rn'ifonl{ was a west of Dr. Wills' office. liston Progress.Ben M1.
overcapitalized l, overmanned and overdeveloped Mathis. M1.l..
visitor to Starke Thursday.Tate .
I and there are said to be
J. M. Norman, of the Woodlawn
Kite has moved his family from "not enough wages and profits to go
Denmark was one of the Rai- ATTENTION VETERANS section, received<1 a few days ago/
Duval to the O. B. Gordon around.
ford visitors to Starke Thursday.Mrs. Better county $173.27 for a shipment of 10 crates of ,
neighborhood. It is reported that on If a strike of coal minors was inevitable -
The comrades of J. J. Dickison Camp strawberries. This figures about $17.- tT
of last week his
L. F. Emery, of Jacksonville\ May to her home, Otsego, Mich., after two Wednesday barns and night contents consisting, of the union bosses: having to kri'p Nl}, 1017, U. C. V., are requested to 33 per crate: and is probably the best
has been visiting Mrs. II. M. Snyder. a three months' visit with her mother, something in sight to insure the perpetuation I meet at the courthouse in Starko return received this season. Mr. Norman .
ICO bushels of corn, a lot of hay, fodder of their on
well-paid 1 jobs, thenit 1
.
Mrs. Avcy Stilley. grows fine berries and peeks- u/,1
20th at 10 Some routine
farming Implements, etc., were well for the April u. m.
Get one of those lovely Easter boxes is people of the country them
carefully.
1 matters will ho attended to but thn
considerable ,
fire
destroyed by occasioning
that April 1 was decided upon as tho
at Morgan's Only EOc. Mrs. Wilmer Holzemlorf returned
loss. Fire was said to have date of the walk-out. There i-j. always day being memorial day, they are especially
home !Monday from White I WEDDING IN BAUVLANI POST-
Springs,
invited to bo
I been of incendiary origin and the workof outlook present by the
better in the spring for the
Mrs. E. J. Wainwright is visitingher where she spent a few days with W. T. Weeks Chapter U. D. C. TON})
moonshiners and bootleggers, and
Common people than in the full, and
W. C. of Tampa
son, Wainwright, friends.
!Mr. Kite to Union county for W. T. WEEKS,
came
the I
I during summer things may improve -
Attest Commander. On account of ra much illness the
I R. H. Remington, who has spent protection.-Johnstown News. and ways may bo found to util- S.: F. MORGAN Captain, Wedding! in Bubyblund has been put

Look for Turner's slides on the several months with Mr. and Mrs. ..... I U; (, climate and conditions to ward Adjutant. off for n few days. Mrs. Hughes will

screen at the Gaiety Theatre. C. Fling, left Wednesday for his home FRANK CLARK A CANDIDATEI against freezing when the winter I announce later the exact data for this

in North Dakota. omes again.With I'ITJRKBIAN! PROMOTED charming little play that is to bo given -
Pay our store a visit and get your -- am told it is being circulated thatI a little warning many indus- under the auspices of the Womnn't

Saturday's supply of groceries. Peoples Bunch velvet beans. Kickliter's. will not be a candidate for congress tries have Bto'kelup with coal to car- W. M. Wainwright, of Tallahassee, Club.

Grocery Co. this year. This report is absolutely : ry them safely for several months. In .

Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley were in false. I have already qualified and that time the strike will probably bo I

Tomato plants at Kickliter's. 4-7-2t Tampa the first of the week visitingher my name will be on the ticket in the I .nettled one way or the other, and there --'

parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Dur- June primary as a candidate to suc- will be coal to buy and sell again. rr555

Mrs. R. H. Newman, of Waldo, wasa den. 1 ceed myself in Congress It is my That it will be more expensive, during I i

guest of Mrs. G. C. Sweat last Sunday. 1I purpose to speak in every county in and after a strike is to bo expected,

u t >) I Mrs. M. L. Smith's Sunday school I the district during the month of May but there need be less suffering when : -1 1I

class enjoyed a moonlight picnic last I and until then I hope my good friends prices go up in summer. The public,

R. S. Humphrey is busy beautifyinghis Monday evening at Kingsley lake. will look after my interests. after all, in so used to bearing the

premises by the planting of flowers This Is called the "Be and Do Class." Respectfully, brunt of all troubles. as to be almost S

and shrubbery.L. "- I FRANK CLARK. resigned, and ready toCo ahead, '9 : UNIVERSAL CAR I II II II k kv

Bathing suits for all ages, both sex- grumbling a bit but paying, as usual.
II. Eastman's garden is of Tom I es, at satisfying prices. Morgan's. HEADS THEY WIN. TAILS WE It's the same old story of "head, they I

Thumb size, but its productiveness is LOSE win, tails we lose."-Times-Union.

ample for the feeding of a giant. Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Haynes and chil-
Several hundred thousand coal min-
dren motored to Lake Geneva Monday Never threaten to lick the fellow
Fresh beans cukes left their work on the or-
string etc., at ers having
afternoon to visit Mrs. Haynes' par- who calls you bud names. Do it in-
der of their union bosses the publicnow
Peoples Grocery.A.
ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. P. McLaurin. stead.
looks on with the satisfaction of

II. Johns' orange grove in the knowing that which ever way the bit ,
II. B. Wiggins, superintendent of '
southeastern portion of Starke, Is in strike is settled it will lose. The pub- I Many' fellow puts a diamond rlni -?
public instruction for Bradford county on a girl's finger during courtship anda I'
a flourishing condition. I lic has been the "goat" ever since the
I went to Gainesville Tuesday to attend trade unionism became one of the I wash tub in front of her after mar-
the state convention of county
Dr. Chase, of Jacksonville, spent the sUIer'l chief sources of "industry" for men' riage. I
intendents.
week-end with his daughter, Mrs. J. I who had Rrown too clever to work at ; '
C. Hoover. to elect Red headed girls. of the country are
trades and found votes enough
Avery Powell is again the editor of in arms because a Boston critic ,
--- them to fat salaried positions as officers up
the Macclenny Standard and is prepared claims all have crooked legs.
Come to Turner's Drug Store certain they
to give politicians and grafters of unions. While a very
next Thursday and get 50c tube remembered remark credited to
well ,
Go it .
fits. to
of Mag-Lac absolutely free. .1.1I' Avery.If a railroad magnate of the long ago, We are quito willing! to have allwrong

I you are all run down, weak and is often quoted, suggesting that he severely punished, provided we I
Mrs. S. J. Kelly of Brooker I are the judge of right and wrong.
was a nervous and feel out of sorts with everything cared very little or not at all for the
recent visitor at the home of her the trade unions before and I
and everybody, get back inline public lr
This radio stuff Is grunt stuff -
daughter, Mrs. Anna Murrhee. : anyway
much i
by taking Tanlac. Turner's DrugStore since have had just that regardfor 1 r4
__ I i It ii only a question of time I
Starke. everybody. outside their ranks, and ,.. r
Mrs. J D. Baxter, Mrs. Colson and in every opportunity demonstrate when we will bo able to pick up our ,: I
Mr. Crews, of Brooker, motored hero I receiver and hear tho president I order
I their entire Indifference to the fate
Ill full-si/ed: tubes of Malt.Lac; his boiled for brtakfuit.Am .
Monday business trip. j soft eggs; ECorts mic-1
on a Tooth Paste an exceptionallyfine of the hundred and odd millions just .' aulageof
,! we might, )perchance, even hour
I OH long as the four million union
i dentifrice will be free
Mrs. C. I1 Cason, of Jacksonville, I given him cuss the. chef when they are over "!" "" ,. ". 'r, .
members have first consideration.In ; ;. .
has been truest of Mr. and !Mrs. to (he first 111 persons entering : o PSI;;:tits "..7
a the coal strike there Is no argument d"ne.-r s S .'w:*. :
L Turner during the week. F'I'.Turner's Drug Store, Thursday ,, 4L9 Equipment:
I other than demand for continuance ..'. .
April 20th. Regular 50c tubes.: a .. ... ".i p"orTI.. .
of dinner than "'""'"'-. n' i nunreblr
or grant wages .
Try a sack of Rising Sun self rising I Who Cdieiif I k' ,'. rcf"uc...
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Miss EdnaBaxter, of Brooker, was |jlh( prevailing conditions appear to .I.'A mmc I
flour. Peoples Grocery. Queen Ilzuhetit.)\: 1 It 'In MBl i a guest at the homo of Mr, and Mrs. warrant. In the anthracite fields, it A I t la I for
on ni !5,01x1>( > fcomm at ono time. mtMlJ
ninny realize that the ddiwry
Do
----- --- F. A. Scott last !Monday. !Miss Baxter I is said the waives are already high AH were "mule of the richest stuffs, you .t..ntlartl n.ur otturn *
Jack of Jacksonville is
spending .
Dyal,
int f t II* If I
was enroute to Plant City for n trimmed I \\Llli, luce embroidery' an>l fliuo 1.I."JI J Aoufu'. t (
the week at the home of her sis- Ford One-Ton Truck
visit. ,.I'*.
ter, !Mrs. O. J. Griffin.
fENT-A-Wi% HE HAD BOO/E at $430 is not only the most
' Colored organdies, white goods I in
' \ Prof. E. C. Warren and family have
t Flaxons beach satin linenes also 32- Alvarez tried before !Mayor
tw' moved to Starke from Lamont. Theil'"it S. L. was i wonderful, truck value over
inch Zephyr Ginghams, special priceof L. A. Davie, Jr., Monday eyoninifon.the
jg# friends here are glad over their COLUMN
,"? return.many 35c. Morgan's. .. eh.irge of hi, vir. r liquor in hispiimcwon. I offered but tlio most economical

I a>> : __ He was defended by able ,

'f ,( Porto Rico potato plants at Kiclditer's. Mrs. Angie Sternburg, of Jackson- WANTED-Two hundred bushels of counsel, but the evidence against him i j means cf solving your haulago

\, ville, will come tomorrow to be with sound corn, 70e bushel delivered. was strong enough to convict him and ,,
472t.
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Mrs. A. C. Fling. Mrs. Sternburg is Starke Poultry Farm. 4-8-2t he was fined $100 and! costs.sEAD0,1R1) I and delivery problems, whether

Thousands of people who had lost superintending a number of Improve- I
FOR SALE Best
tomato
-Bonny farmer merchant or
: are a
TRAIN) SCHEDUI.K you ,
ments on her handsome home on Cherry -
of being well again have. "
hope ever plants, $1.50 per 1,000, prepaid. Orders
been restored to health and happiness I street. filled at once. Address M. L. SouthboundNo. I manufacturer?

i by Tanlac. Turner's Drug Store,
Watterson!' Hampton, Fla. 4.7.2t"FOR
4 Starke. H. Y. Brown, a successful poultry 1 reaches Starke at 10:4(1: ( p. m. ,

grower of Starke, showed us an egg: SALE-Three incubators, first No. 3, 10:1\9:! u. m. I Let us give, you all the facts.

r Beginning at 1 p. m. Thursday that weighed four ounces It was! laid class condition; one hundred fancy No. 21, Cedar Key Train," 1:58 p. ;

April 20. Turner's Drug Store by a little brown hen of the common White Leghorn hens just right for m.

will give the first 14 1 persons entering breed.' It would take only four such breeders, $2 each; White Leghorn No. 15, "Limited," 2:17: p. m. I J. W. Andrews, Jr. 1 ;

the store a regular 50c eggs to weigh') a pound. rr-KH( $1.50 per setting. Starke NorthboundNo. Ford and Fordton Dealer j
tube of Mag-Lac Tooth Paste. Poultry Farm. 4.82t* 2 arrives Starke at 4:55: a. m'l I I

Bet rid of that indigestion, stomach No. 4 at 4.06: p. m. STARKE, FLORIDA

.'. Hollis Knight, of the U. of F.; of trouble and nervousness, build up your FOUND-Taken up at my place at No. 20, "Cedar Key train," 8:47: a. I

Gainesville, spent the week-end with system and regain that lost weight. Saxton, two black sows, with white m. ,
his parents, Col. and Mrs. D. E. Take Tanlac. Turner's Drug Store, list, marked straight split in each No. 16, "Limited," 5:55 p. m. --- --

h Knight. Starke. ear. Owners can get them by pay-

ing feed bill and damages and this.

Just a few tons lime left. Farmers, The Epworth League had a marshmallow advertisement. John Moody, Law- -

get while this good price lasts. Peoples \ roast Wednesday evening at tey, Fla. 4-7-4t ---I
i Grocery Co. Kingsley lake. Each league member \

f invited a friend and the party had a FOR SALE-One good $600 piano, for How Can This .Bank Best'I

Miss Josie Hoffman, of Jacksonville merry time roasting welnies and cash, $325, or will trade for ten or I :
twelve head of cattle the market
at
returned home Monday after a marshmallows.We I
short visit with her aunt, Mrs. J. R. price, a good: mule, or a good horse, :

Davis. study your interests more than and the balance cash: One /good l I Serve You?
South Bend Malleable Range, price
we do ours, for it Is your interest in
Florida Runner Peanuts. Kickliter's. our business that can make us whatwe $2':>. Many other useful household

want to be. People's Grocery. articles at a reduced price for cash.R. .

Judge A. V. Long, of Palatka was' R. Prevatt, Starke. 44..3t. timate field of usefulness is the serving of the people' of j
here Sunday night enroute to Mac- Persons who have not yet registered OUR I III

clenny to attend the spring term of in the primary election books I may I'' community.

circuit court. do so for a limited time by calling on GOOD GRADE STABLE t If you are earning ajsalaryfand want to improve your condition in life, talk it I It

C. A. Knight at the county clerk's office. MANURE CHEAP
U. A. Scott, a good barber, until This is especially called to the I Prompt ShipmentL. I I over with us. AJ: banker liasfaccess( to many facts which are not generally known I

, Ix attention of the ladies who have not W. BERCMANN to the public. Perhaps some'of them may be of value to you.

yet registered for the primary elect J.-, ,.,., Bnlia SlallM A I '
The first'step onTthc road loluccelS' i it SAVE. The second is DANK
x HOW'S THIS ? tion, but they must act promptly if tIll'tiNSWf ;

BALL's CATARRH b1CDtCINFfl:: will II >> YOURSAVINGS.*, Thereat: comes easy. .
y b Wllat W. ",a'.1 '.r It-ri J your yetomor No Worm In a neaUby CloUd

'Catarrh. W. du 0019.vmmead"It tor any catarrh. All children troubled with Wornev mn no- ''I Ii
other dle 'r.NALLa letmh/ "i>...r.which Indicate pour bk.: und a.e !
t.tT" ... II 'U'PIC'tNF. le l a rule three, f* mOle orla.tt sunr.ii. II di.l..r_. E.K. FERRYMAN i
liquid. taken wu. '.11;, and! ""!. throurjhuioii. UROVE!:' TAT'LESS: CHILL T"...\(: Coven nan. : a
: B1ANK
lOur' > ATTOR NEY-AT't.A W OF STARKE
the blood upon tl| e 'lady fur tw."rtM.... VMWM v C'r ,-,i.i; I..e bloatmtpmvettodlw.flr.eml..rro I I
the ey.tttm thus reducing lag Inll"m"a'tlon r..i..rln "" ', '." ,..t!. t "SO' ." :: ttnn5 In
and t nliUT normal condttlonar ,. .. I Iff'
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TELEGRAPH. STftKE, FLORIDA
COUNTY
BRADFORD
ZIFF
-- for number of years. I "
pAa -- a
1""I LAWTEYl I entitled l "Ths OU \,
\\I I An entertainment and Mrs, I I.,
given at the I Ziff, April 11.-Mr. at! j
was

<7' ..... .. ......--...... '... I II. II II I l awtey, April 14.-There hunt next will be Saturday n. auditorium Maids Convention Friday, evening and was Bedenbaugh and sister, Alta ;N. ,'?, 1.\'.
the week oiul
: .j community Easter egg enjoyed by those attending, of Hampton, spent .
r------ I I afternoon from 4 to B o'clock highly 20 "old maids" UII'' the guests of their brother i 1'. 'rrNewsorn. i.f

With The Bradford I on the lawn of the home of Mr. and There were besides about a few old bache f fi
.
I :\Ir-t, James T. Moore. All of the children lors.characters The ,entertainment was given to Miss Avy Starling attended thi pi.. i

I. of the community are expected: raise funds to build a Sunday nic at LoCrosso Friday.Mr. .
furnisjenx's help
Farmers who can
be there, and all church. "
County tn to send them in school room to the Baptist and Mrs. S. L. Prescott mo

are requested realized.BKOOKEIt. attended church at Graham t
.J $2:; was children
I. ............................. -............... .. I early Saturday morn in//:. About
................................. of Jacksonville,, Saturday.
k I II Mrs. I. U. Cox, Mises Rhoda and Alva Thorna-

Iii \; i ': '", I .-= spent Sunday In Lawtey as the guest the week-end at Graham, gupsuof
1/ 'I"'I't ,f I I1 feriiHy with a well-drained clay i sub. of her sister, Mrs. R. M. Tracey. I Elma spent Lomie
1'ltOUUCE Misses Mru. Reynoiiis
14. ,
bister
SlIOULW April their
//1' : DAIRYMEN soil although good results have rHecured : of Starke,, Brooker,
J.
Sheriff W. Epperson
I Pinholster was attending to
Uibedia Thomas
: ; OWN FEED Pearl Shaw, Ellery
hav. and
] ] soils
1\1'I"::1l' I I on very I light sandy I was in Lawte yon business Friday. with friends at La- business in Jacksonville the first part
Friday
: '/" Cheaply Many (,:rOIN ing no clay subsoil, if a crop of velvt't FIFTY YEARS AGO i Mrs. Hattie Black, of Wateronk,, spent week.

d .'oNNlble to Crow. beans or some similar crop grew on It A young man who practiced medicine the guest Saturday of her sister,, Crosse. of last
Particularly Desirable for and was M. Barefoot and daughter Thomas, of Pine Hill,
or if an application in Pennsylvania became famous I Mrs. P. !Miss Alvah .
the previous year Reddish.
.; I J ,}j' Dairy Cattle is applied to was called In consultation in many !Mrs.! Jesse Juanita, spent Thursday with friends the week-end here guest of bar
fertilizer spent
spent
commercial Jacksonville
of ,
( j"" ': towns and cities because of his sue- I Lee Moore, of Warren.Mr. .
:t! Soil for peanuts disease Thin and Mrs.J. at LuCrosse. sister, Mrs. Gertrude
I j to plant the peanut crop. cess In the treatment of Sunday at the home of !Mr.
: 'rl It is time for dairyman should, be thoroughly and deeply I broken was Dr. Tierce, who finally made up I I L. A. Brown and children, Iris and and Mrs. Reddick Thomas and
; II. Moore.E.
i : the year's feed supply.! his tnind to place some of his medicines Pinholster, Jr., ,
i ij crops for of good crop... some weeks before planting in or.d' before the public and moving to I J. Roberts visited relatives in Artford, and I. VV. daughter, Hazel, Mr. and Mrs Harry
I' number the county
'I I at
I ? There are a that will >r that all turned under vegetable lIuffalo. N. Y., put up what tie culled Baldwin Sunday and Monday. spent Tuesday afternoon Howard and children spent Saturdn
now
: that may be planted rotted and the 80il his "Favorite Gainesville, gtic tof
C. fepd matter may have Prescription"and placed filled seat. and Sunday near
!:" : ; give good yields either as green! settled. it with the druggmts in every state.Dr.Pierce'a has. I Rev. I. M. Bolt, of at Macclenny the Methodist, Rev. Proctor will fill his appoint their mother\ Mrs. Elizabeth How-
silage. Favorite Prescription his appointment
soiling crops or "Clean] cultivation is necessary, if for I anil ment here next Saturday and Sunday ard. .6: ti'J'
: : Japanese cane comes long been recognized as a tonic ,[hurch, South, Sunday, morning _..
Among these Many farmers dineasps peculiar to womankind. After I church. -
I d" almoKt best yields are expected. evening. i at the Baptist
first, as it yields heavier than to have the erroneous idea suffering pain, feeling nervous, dizzy, Jacksonville I. ,V. Pinholatcr, Jr.,
,, Mrs. Quick
seem of and a Cough
I : .: other forage crop. One planting weak and dragged down by weaknesses I :Miss Florrie Terry, Mr. To Stop
f I any number of yearK, that peanut cultivation may be put off of her sex-a woman is quickly spent Sunday at the home of her parjnts pent Thursday afternoon in Starke. take* HAYES' HEALING HONEY.'' a
for
I /, of it will last from a the stubbles cvb' in order that other work may be dont'. restored to health by its use. ThouBnnda :Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Terry. I Inez Abernathy tpent Thursday -InI I cough medicine which stops the coujlh bybeuling
i
since it sprouts '. of testify that Dr. Tierce's and irritated tis u"*
briing women
(.. It is true that peanuts are not Mrs.: E. L. Biggs, of Starkr, attended Alachua. I the inflamed
has
cry spring.Sorghum they did a few years favorite Perscription entirely I Shriver A box of GROVE'S oPE.'IJTRATF.SALVE
I. the prices entertainment at the auditor and Lewis i'
I comes next. If eradicated their distressing ailment the Fred Hazen for Chest Colds. Head Colds ana
probably However,this is a crop all farmers More tbnt wonderful discovery I in SUirke.
I;, \ ago. recently ium Friday.Mrs. spent Friday afternoon Croup Is enclosed with every bottle .
planted in April and given proper should include in their rotation.! of Dr. Pierce's, called An-urio Sternburg, oi Starke, I Annie McLcod, of Mayo! entered tlA YES' HEALING HONEY. The ulvfihould .
two S. J. Miss
cultivation,
and backache has been i
and for ,
( kidneys ) and tirjt
fertilization Besides being a soil-improver it 1nishes She is bo rubbed on the chest <
; ;, of Mrs. E. D. Suyles re- school here Monday.
durinlC used thousands
be secured successfully by many was a guest : suffering from a Cold or Croui
In. children
may of
:' good crops Amber variety a fairly certain source who write Dr. Pierce of the benefits ently. boarding at the home of S. V. Andreu. Healinu Honrylr,
The of Hnyeo
l''1 the same year. While (ome, either sold outright! or pastured received -that their backache: rheumatism J. C. Cone and daughter, Mildred, I Col. D. E. Knight: and l>. C. Jones, ililn.,nit tha. hnllnn iliruut effort comMotd with the h..lwl0.1! I.
l. will mature in 85 to 'JO days. Lo hogs for pork. While it is hardly and other symptoms of nno Friday enroute I."'.... O-Pea-Trate Salvo tbrouuh toe purrs ot.lie
varieties as Goosneck and Sumlu' acid deposits In Joints or muscles have of> Brooker, were visitors to LawteySaturday. of Starke, were here itkln noon ttop a coutth.
I" .. such advisable for farmers to plant extensive I nail thecoot
"" packed In ana carton
n-mertlpo are
Amb r, been completely conquered by its use. LaCrosse. Both
the to .
\"I ,1 ,,' !.... do not matiirrt. as early as that of Early urea of this crop, they will make !;l'ntllOo to Dr. Pierce, Buffalo, N.Y., I W. E. Torode was transacting busi- Misses Gola] Mae Cason of LaCrosse of tlie combtoed treauneat druggist la:SSc.Just for rI HAYES
double I ask
{ 'j'J : the acre yield is 10 mistake in planting: at least a few for trial for pkg.free of medical any of his advice.remedies, 01 nt'SS in Jacksonville Thursday. and Ovieda Connerly, of Cooter Pond, rIEALLNIi- HONEY.your
write
Am her. I I
; j '... and makes t the icres. -- :Miss Marguerite Godwin who is a (entered school here !Monday.Messrs. .

I, I .Jt Corn; ?omos third but the yield By growingcorn, val vet beans and student at the Starke High School" II. P. Gainey and C. E. .
of silage,
'" finest grade from LIVESTOCK .'EEnEASILY: peanuts on the same land at the same spent the week-end with her parents, Crosby spent Friday at LaCrosse.

on our light! sandy soils ranges CROWN AT 1I() 1E time it is possible to as much Godwin. children !
l.; than that from grow Mr.! and Mrs. W. F. I Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Hazen and -
less
f 'I: 30 to GO per cent sorghum. grain on an acre of Florida land a1l Deputy Sheriff W. W. Baisden, of and Eunice Ha >n spent Friday 1886

t. Japanese cane or Na- .-"loridu Experiment Station Reco I in any other part of our country. F'ur- Starke, was a business visitor here in Gainesville shopping.Koy ( .

; '.. Among the newer crops comes mends Crops for This Purpose thermore, these crops may be harve Friday and Saturday. I Roberts, of Graham, was a via-
which
j pier and Merker grasses, aro ed almost wholly by hogs and cuttle, bUll-
'f transacting afternoon.
;. 1< to Florida.] They rank Henry Burney was itor here Sunday
well ndupted labor costs
"I food value, and their rapid, To produce livestock profitably In thereby reducing ines in Jacksonville Thursday.Mrs. i Prof. A. B. Shaw, of Gainesville,

.' high in makes them espe-. Florida' it is necessary for the farmer John Parmenter returned to 1: opened' his norma] here Monday. 1\Ir. DAVISINSURANCE

1 succulent valuable growth us soiling crops. to grow most of his own feeds. Cclitions COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTS her home in Jacksonville Sunday, ctor Shaw is n very efficient teacher and

t cinlly Bermuda an.l: for the growing of feed crop" spending several days at the home we hope him success in his underlak J

t For pasture grasses While Bermuda are favorable, and the number of the Manatee-Tomato crop is fine; IInd of her parents, Mr. and !Mrs. Sam I
Para take the lead. will commence by the middlo l ing.An
shipping
4: outlawed in many places adapted crops are many. Muthis.Mr. I Easter program has been nr-

,(\ has been the fact that it is BO difficult For protein feuds the Florida Experiment of April. and Mrs. Howe McCormick, of ranged for next Sunday.) morning Rt i

'1 front nevertheless giveR Station recommends velvet Jacksonville\ were guests at the home 10 o'clock. Everybody invited to at-\\
it
to eradicate, found that Pusco--Growers are pruning and A. A. Smith la\t'! '
been and Mrs.
amount of pasturai enns first, as it has of :Mr. tend this service and I ev. Proctor wi

the largest than any other this is a cheaper feed for either milk spraying tomatoes. Recent frost did week.Mr.. I preach at 11 o'clock, STARKE !

for gH given area Para grass require!! or beef production than cottonseed no damage. Cucumbers and beans going and Mrs. Will Goodf allow of Mrs. R A. Weeks is spending this

Southern grass.attention than Bermuda, leul. Velvet beans will produce milk out in steady stream and brinprii! !: Jacksonville, spent Sunday with relatives week at the bedside of her daughtei, !

a little more is considerable greate 20 per cent cheaper than cottonseed good prices.St. in Lawtey. Virginia, who is at St. Vincent's hos-1 QJ.w: :;; :) lNo<;, I .iI .
but its yield
meal, according to experiments con. Jack Wilkerson, of Mnxville, was a Jacksonville suffering from
good yields of hny. pital, ; COFFINS & CASKETS
It. also produces Hastings community Is I
Johns-
Saturday
that all uc-ted at this station. visitor to Lawtey abscess of the eye. Her many friend
Velvet beans is a crop for fair this fall. Irish: Jacksonville a :, And Full Line of
time preparing a M. Davis, of was a
should plant as much of i as This crop may be planted any wish her a speedy recovery.
dairymen it equals cottoneeJ com" March 15 to May 1. A peck Is potatoes are moving in car lots and visitor to Lawtey Saturday.Rev. Willie Mae Ollivcr, of Pine Hill, Und. J.ers' Supplies

possible! since bringing good prices. -J. Hammitt filled his appointment '
milk producer. According ample seed to plant an acre. The usual C. spent the week-end here with friends .
meal a.f a HEARSEAlwara
I
Method AUTOMOBILE
J. M. Scott of the Florida yield is from one to one and a at the Snxton Pogan/ Nabb of Sampson City, ,"pent
Professor hand. The best "erne
t<> Thede : on
R.
started four experiments Mayor R.
Station, velvet beans half tons to the acre. This means that Lake-:-Have church Sunday. part of last week here. Spe- I
Experiment dairyman of beans can be !grown for< for the control of melanose 1 by Accompanied him. I A was given Satui. at the lowest prices.
will reduce the feed bill of the ; five tons surprise party ClAJ attention to telegraph or-
by BO percent. It takes tbree what one tort of cottonseed meal willcost. spraying with bordeaux-oil. Felix Long, of Starke, was tran lay night at the home of Mr. and Mrs :' rm. Registered Embalmer I

of velvet beans In the pod t to I noting business here Saturday. G. B, Colson Those present were'I 1'' I II
pounds and beggarwe Gadaden-Made! tuberculin tests for James Browning, of Jacksonville, I. Clara Com
pound of cottonseed meal, Cowpeas, soy beans I Misses Eunice Hazen, DeWTIT C. JONES
equal one
but five tons! of velvet beans in the are other good protein feeds.! Cowpea (Mght herds of dairy cattle this week. i pent Sunday at the home of his pa Lottie Gainey, Willie Mae Oliver, Main I FLA "
and Mrs.! B. D. Brownin STARKE, &
can be grown for what one ton of huy is nearly equal to wheat bran i In entlr.! Andreu, Lorene and 1':1111Iae' Ha ,
pod
,cottonseed meal will cost. eding value, and it can be grown lor Palm Reach-Twelve demonstn ;, near Lawtey.B. zen, Elma and Pearl Shaw, Inez Abernathy .

from five to eight( dollars to the ncr... ions: in corn growing among\ adult I.. Blnnchard, who has been worlng i Messrs. Fred Hazen, Lewis ---

not be planted 'arhiers have been started. Vcgetab at the carpenter's trade in Jacksonville and A. TONICOrove.s
I CROW SOMK: PEANUTS: IT WIl. nwpeas for hay should Shriver, Claude Crosby, Marvin
PAT 1 until midsummer. If not planted shipments continue heavily. PracU for the past four years, returned L.uciiin Hazen. Tasteless chiii Tonic: lefl'.oreaEnergy

who all Everglades farmers have made last week with his tools arvill and Vitality by Purifying uu .
until then, the crop will mature ally The body of Mr. Wilson, of Sarasota

"The Htcret of success in growin i tl\'ro is little rain, and, therefore, thnst .. rood money this season despite the probably spend the summer At his : vas brought here Saturday for bur Enriching the Blood. When you feel itstrengthening.

for profit lies in plenty of trouble will ,be experienced i In try season. 'I I'rade here. I al. It was accompanied by his son, .Invigorating effect,see limit
peanuts Felix Bryant, highly respected citizen color the cheeks and how
i a also ot Sarasota. lIe brings to
well-draalned and wcll-prc curing the hay.Beggarweed tarry Wilson
good seed soil, plenty of fertilizer anll should be sown about Polk-Oranges are selling as high of the Saxton neighborhood, dietl'' vas V'l' to rest in New Hope cemetery it improves the appetite, you v/Mtlien

pared the trees. Packinlouaes /( last Thursday. The funeral was heM! appreciate its true tonic value.Grove' .
seedbed box on
$0 a
dean well prepared as of LaCrosse
where needed, und rapid, June I on a Rev. Norris, conducting -
lime Watermelon morning and the interment Tasteless chill Tonic is timj.ry
of seed to thQacre. are busy. growers Wednesday I .
sad ritt's.I
from a recent Ing 10 to IS pounds the last
to quote / .
cultivation, ( systematically spraying for was in the afternoon at Crosby Iron and Quinine suspended in syrup. Si'
W. Hiatof are News received here Monday announcing -
of District Agent S. I I was blood
address like It. The
children
.
anthracnose. Conditions -emetery, near Starke. Rev. C. .J.Hammitt pleasant even
and and
the agricultural extension division, Among other numerous forage aphis conducted the coremonie, the birth of a son to Mr. amirtrs. needs QUININE to Purify it and IRON ti'

University of Florida. pasture crops, Japanese cane come are good. : the house and the cemeter B. T. Crosby, of Wauchula. Mrmd Enrich it. Destroys Malarial! germs and
at
both ;
!Mr. Iliatt went on to say that it 1 Is first as the cheapest for forage! and > of Mrs. Crosby were at one time Gdp germs by Its Strengthening, Invigoratmg ,
carloads of fertilizers The deceased was about 73 years
select that It will produee Walton-Two esidents of town and their Effect. jOc
important to( use care in s\lalte\ we can grow. our many
just as this week, and has been a resident of this vi."Z'
yielding strain of seed pea 20 to 25 tons of green material were bought co-operatively alCO> riends' extend congratulations
high
ing nuts a as it is in selecting a hen from to the acre. The stubbles sprout out ringing the season's total to 10. e i Miss Edna Baxter left !Monday for ASPIRINName

high-producing flock in order to secure In the spring and therefore, one plantlng 7I Plant City, where she will visit relaives -

a maximum production. Tho ,will last for a number of yean, Santa Rosa-Two carloads of cc for a few days.R. .
egg
planting of first class seed will help] which of course, reduces the cost ooduction. 'perntively; ordered fertilizer delivei E. Foxworth spent !Monday inUachua. "Bayer" on Genuine

without To obtain the best result ed this week. .
the highest yield
insure
to it should be fed \ Tired I II
increasing the cost of production. from Japanese cone,
wells
Continuing the speaker said, "Th in combination with rich protein feed A Osceola-Many Irrigation are I The anti-tobacco campaign in Chi-

type oC soil best adapted to peanut such as velvet beans, cowpeas'and cot going down, the success the great of need grower for "I wms weak and run-dowo," ago( has hit the rocks. An alderman
with wells proving introduced resolution in the city
tonsl.ed >a1.i a
growing is a sandy, loamy one, pre m( relate* Mrs. Eula Burnett, ot
i The several varieties of sorghum lent. Dalton Go. "I was thin and council making it unlawful for women

CALOMEL USERS TAKE comell next in Importance, and thl.'Y; Just felt tired, all the time IIII to smoke in public, and feminity immediately -
AWFUL RISK from Marc) Hamilton-Many of our farmer in burst of
AN may be planted any time fool I 1 didn't rest well. I wasn'trer exploded a protest -

15 to August 1. If sown early, tw who formerly thought spraying hungry. I knew bytils against such an unjust curtailnent -

Very Next Dose of Treacherous Salivation Drui or possibly three crops may be ecurl.'d ish are now buying spraying mater I needed a tonic and I of their liberties. It worked.

I May Start Terrible during/ the year. Best result lals. I u tier U nou b. ter Ulan- Take Aopirm only. told in each p&ekwe -

take are obtained when it la planted inrows I IICARODII The government explains] that the of genuine Bayer Tablet of Aspirin.
The next dose of calomel you White fly brood amalles Chen will be the direction*
and well cultivateF.Other Orange- bird on the new peace dollar is an eagle. von following
shock ,
may salivate you. It may you known. This is not explained by; And doniige worked out by phyaiownn
feed are Napier ever We hankering to make Its
Calomel good crops : are
liver or start bone necrosis. known friendly fungi Luring 21 yera, and proved snfe by raitlona.
of
is dangerous. It ia mercury, quick and Merkcr grass, teosinte, cassava, the presence cquaintance. Take no ch&ncec with substitutesI

ilver. It crashes into sour bile like< ingels and sweet potatoes. An unidentified fungus is certainly; you ww the Bayer Croas on tablet

dynamite, cramping and sickening present or there would be no mon Life is full of joy to those who arc 'mi can take them without fear for
(loMa.! Rhaumntlimi,
attacks the bones and CHIPS white flies. their HnuUrhe.Neuralgia
Calomel willing to forget sorrows.
you. I sarnche, Toothache. Lumbago" and for i
should never be put into the system 'PAin. Handy tin boxes of twelra tablet

If you feel bilious headachy, con The secret of success in growing St. Luciu--Saturday the annual I Some people claim that our prohibition t"wt 'ew cent.*. Druggist'* lino sell larcw

tipated and all knocked out, just IrO pl'anuta for profit lies in plenty oflloOlI flower, fruit and vegetable show wail law will\ keep us out of war. No .<*" 'gwi. Aspirin i. the trade mark of
druggist and K"t a bottle of fruit r MintifictuTs ef !onow.jc-: ; ;
to All flowers
your serd. well-drained and well pre- held at FoUsmere. foreigner would ever risk guzzling our .
of
Liver Tom.. foi f<*w pent! t.r Salieylioaold.
P v3on's? shown I began vslnc CmrduVonUnna
.able substitute pared soil, plenty of fertilizer andlime and vegetables in season were a booze. -
which Is a harmless vegt( Mr*, Burnett."After -
calomel. Take a where needed, and rapid, clean to a record attendance. I
for dangerous my first bottl*. I sleptbettor To Cure a Cold In One Day
doesn't stralghtei Itivation. The most poonful and if it T..ke LAXATIVE PROMO QUININE (Tablnu' )
I
and ate b itter. took
better and quicker than nasty Okaloosa-Twenty-seven club members I \ the ladder of fortune is when Itbegins .top*the C''''' b anil tlrntln*'ha and wink* ofi.\: 'J
you up fat four bottlas, Now I'm wall.fa lold. C.W.CROVE"; linnacur on each twx. :3Uu
the
calomel and without making: you aid You cannot be too careful in feed subscribed for 84 pigs for to break.

you just go back and get your mon inland\ caring for the brood sow. nerbeing barrow club, the pigs to be,marketeii I .l Just fine, my skin ts cl] aand I bar I -
ey. in condition at the comIng In i June.
proper I
Don't take calomel! It cannot be ill falntd and su.e feel that !
good start for -
of the pigs means a
than a leopard 01 r Cardnl la the Kat tonlo ever'made.
trusted any more hundred and fifty
Six
Hernando-- INSURANCE
Take Dodson's Liver Tone the> pigs. ." GENERAL
a wild] cat. have beer
ot sweet potatoes E
which straightens you right vp and acres Thonsands of other woman "
makes you feel fine. No salts necessary. four peach crop will not bo toomuch planted here and we are not nearly hara found Ca dal jut aaMr R HAROLD C. WALL

Give it to the children because of a'disappointment if the trees irough,yet. I *. Burnett did It shoaM

it is perfectly harmless and cannot are> kept sprayed with bordeaux nllx.ture. help you. STARKE FLORIDA

salivate.-Adv.-67.Vtte This controls scab sometimes Marion-Monday made a spray mix"IIII' ,
all drl I. U.
.A.t :
at Lowell. Twenthree
called "freckles". or "brown scab, andbrown demonstration FIRE. LIFE BONDS AUTOMOBILE
\\0 Cured In 6 to 14 Days rot. Spring Is best time tospray. farmers present kept up arapid ,

Dni .,,,,,, Blind -Hiwilinii' or Prouiullim
licntno."
to ., nnl "uu ton ,' weaker solution of bordeaux. they are vitally interested.
!1. ,."> .V 'K.I".'"'' Itrh'tiPIIIH. use i a
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APRIL II. 1922.
,. .. __ RRADFORD COUNTY: TELEGRAPH. STARK FMMtlOA PAGE SEVEN
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"GOOD LORD DELIVER US" will lie in country pulpit, where ho growing: foetus, a grain ration containing HIOIILAM acting business in town Monday. W. White. r 1

I will preach and pray, and afterward a liberal amount of easily I The many friend of Grandma Absent which: J. c P.rl Colley.At ..ln proccudiniri. wen bad.

The Observer learns from an au- oat chicken and talk persecution with digested protein with a limited HIghland, April 14.-Dr. G.Y.. 'Stewart are pleased to know that she amonK which were the followlniriCounrilmnn

jflhentii 1 ;' source that Sidney J. CntlH (the "brethren and slgtren." j amount of fat should be fc'd. In addition Brown of Luwtcy, was a visitor here is improving after a severe i ilness I at nth, ordlnancv 8.and A. moved Itryan Ita pnMcnterfl aduptlon.A ar And

rill pi" > ,itivi-ly be u candidate for frovirnoi Tallahassee thereupon Counrllman J. W. Whim aucundiNt
I had rather have a plague: | to grain a liberal allowance Thursday. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kinney aid math, to adopt aaid onllnann. and aid

i"' and "Nuya and ,
1 i the roll bang
lumbentThe borkfund Catu hates Tallahassee like | enough to make up a third of the en ifred Wimberly returned Wednesday II. Stewart has returned to his called ..Iof urdlnnncoaa unanimously adopu

!'orn,"" governor\ it is alleged the devil hales Holy Water, but he :1 I tire ration. If green feed Is not available from a two weeks stay itt Starke home at Urnduntown, after n visit til each I hy of the sod vole counrlliiii'ti of all the oounrllmi'n>tlnx \ve"prorant n4 s

,lam; ", make a close visit to all ru- : wants to hi- there. bolos no vote "NnyH..*
\indicnt lie loves to such root crops as sweet potatoes where Alias Winifred wits operrttL-d on hero with hit. mother. I II U In Hie which ordtn5nre -
wards and
|rtt) dii" Acts during the present year i be! dubbed! "Governor" and he loves turnips and stock beets, may be nt I.... Giir;:'H sanatorium, I Miss Omie Scarborough of TnllaImnsi'c I lo-wll : nuuni following- 1'.

|and will hold religious meetings in I the money hi- can make out of the job. substituted for it. J. I. Mnvr and \V. M. Wimliorly spent Sunday and Monday AN CM.I.INd niNANCF' OK! AN I'ROVIDINU M.FCriON! : FOR siJMMII') Tins (,,'

[{country churches telling of how he Jacksonville TINd/ TO vita 111" Ll P'IEO; ; ;
Observer According to professor J. M. Scott, wore \Uitor8 to l.uwtoy Thursday. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. TIIK' tll'IS1'IUN OP ISSUING' KI-FCTOHS; THlltrYHIX ''j

us persecuted, etc. of Florida Experiment Station, a homer\ Iijmir, eldest son of Mr. antI Scarborough. 'I lllll'x.1: NI) I'OI.I.MM i|;| ,|iio| :Dill +

If Cults enters a Democratic pri- 'MONEY SAVED FOR THE GUOAVEU good combination of feeds fur tho Mrs. 1<'. Ih Lang, died Thursday nt I Messrs. Maurice Laiigford, J. E. IION'llS rIOlMOV OP, FYIt'r11R'IIIB TOWN: I'llKIMlSK OF SFMIKK OF KB.rriV.srill'CTINO :., .'

he must take an oath thnt he illness! Maine Jr. and I Hugh of AND KNUAUOINU j
mary AND TI.t'CKEK: brood sow are : corn 40 pounds, shorts 3 o'clock, after an of severalweeks. Register ills IMIWOUKS; AND r:I.KC; llt'C
supported the nominees in the "lust The interment took GaIIlI'Kvlllll'nt tho weekend in I.U.IIT I'lNT OK 1IIK TOWN 1
( or!> pounds, oats :20:! pounds, ieanut 1 place on OV ',
SPAUKi:, MlKIDUK .\. .
{general election. While he could not "The old spraying machine is liableto meal 10 pounds and tankage :5 pound.. Friday in Long Branch cemetery, services I Lake Butler. : IT' ORUAINRt tiy trip Town I'ouncll 4:

[qualify now he could be in n positiono be set aside This combination of grain feed supplemented being conducted by Rev J. L. Mrs George Coleman spent Wednesday flf the Town of Htarkf, Itra.lford County. -, '
as a thing no longer )KloH.ln. Ihnt there shrill Iw hi'ld In thu said. .
1 lo so two years hence by supporting needed except for scale insects and with green feed or root Strickland. Itrside3 his parents he in Jacksonville.Mayor Town of Hlarlio' at the City' Hull on ISo let
| the nominees this his loss Martin of Jacksonville will day of Jum. A. I). 11)22) a Rmwlal\ Rlcctlon
year. leaves to mourn ono brother
will satisfactory. ,
whiteflies, so fur as injurious insects crops prove very In itcrortlnnro with the pats iHliuui of the con .\I.tll"lh.n
According to those closely allied concerned." grandparents and numerous other rel- give an address on Citizenship and lend Inwft nf the state of Fliiriitn.. In. f

with Catts he Is well fixed firmnoialT are floral Law Enforcement in Luke Butler clndlnir Chaplfr No. 8.11)1 of the Asp of th*
"But ntives. The offerings were numerous onIo'rhlIY l.rniiilitlitrr of Florldu fur thu year 10111. IMI-
what does this mean ? asks THE \ : MUST! BE SPENT;
., while during his first race he was and beautiful.Mrs. evening. Come and him. Inv. Sivtrinl. U-vlitlnilon. imtitlfil. ', "An act uamend > I
the trucker and grower. hear SIT! on 1110. of Thnpter 4KD4 Acta ,
practically a Cults of 'IHH5. HM .fttnenilt'il. by Hivtlon, On, of
Chutiter
pauper. aa a cnnEdidate ---- -
I "Simply this,' says Prof. J. R. Watson In the death of the "Siamcso twins" Alice Itcsai-nt and Mrs. Herman GRAHAM: nHi.,.'. Act of lilt?. ..- rim ","'.1 hy Clmi.l.-r,
will furnish
ginger in the cam- of H777 Aiiln of 111.1, entitledn act to le
entomologist of the Florida Experiment Grand, Jacksonvile attendedthe < *
a question for the Chicago probate cuter leral the Incorporation of the Town of
He shed
,aijtn. can crocodile tears
i Station ; "dusting! instead of court has arisen which had the twins funeral of little Homer Lang Fri Smite, in tho County of Bradford. liicoriioraedindir ,
HS effectively as Harding plays golf, Graham, April 11.-E. .1. IIfl1rt'It.VIIS ..,* HIP lion.1 1.._ for Innoniorntinu, ..1.lit -
spraying for the control of insects is died poor, would probably not hllvebel.n day. and towns, and. lit provldti. for the iHMuinic'
land will arouse sympathy on the partof U. ,v. Vaughn was trannnctini buni- \ u business. visitor to Waldo. Sat .>f ,iHitidit by sail town for the purptwu of eiiahtlithlntf -
rapidly becoming
possible, practicaland considered at all, but if it had, a system of Watprworkn. Heworaiieanil
the moat illiterate of the urday.
people more convenient. Dusting plants would hove been easily decided. The ness in Jacksonville Saturday. for Illuminattnir I'tiriHitine, and to .....,.
state. Bobby Sur> Odell Abernathy a lI"noI..r Public, Works of sold Town caul4iM'Clnl
[ ency, :
and trees for the control of is II. C. Wlmberly and son were business -
insects twins left an estate of $lOOOtG, andas "" ctiiin to determine the qmwtlon of
The writer six years ago warned cheaper than spraying. True visitors to Lawtey FrMny.' and ]Leroy Wasdin visited the county wtuinv. IH.OIMI.OO bonds" of said town fur the.
more this sum will for right smartof of ,
pay unnnto r Keconntructinw. and Enlarging" the"
seat Wednesday.Dr. .
{the people of Florida of Catts' material is necessary in order! to dust a law suit the courts are going to Miss Ollie Mnrr spent thee week-end I \\r.l..worko and Electric: Light l'lan.r. tae
,
[strength but the leaders replied than but with relatives at 111 a xviii P. Biggs; of Stiirke was a pro town of Slarke, Florida
spray, dusting can be done decide whether the twins were a single UK IT KimrilEll ORDAINED that Imnik
r'Catta is a joke," and took little or no more cheaply than spraying. In addi- dual The twins Miss Jennie Prl'lIC'ottlnd Lon Prescott fcssionul visitor here Saturday< Imiiieil In purauanca of said election shall He
or personality. Inltnl July I. 11)22, In ditnomlnat un> ot On.
!Mrs Cordio
shopping
Abernathy was -
( interest: in his "revivals" in the woods tion, much of the labor necessary Insprayinlt" were women. One of them had been were visitors to Inwtey Motuluy. Thoiunnd Dollum III.OOO.OU) each, and shall.

(etc. Mark this statement-Catts will i is, not necessary in dusting. married and had a living son. Nowif A. A. Crews made a 'trip to Ijiwtey in Starkc Wednesday. Iw Noe.niimnered 11l..hInoillol. and mature a* follow, t

| be candidate for 10:. J. Murrhi'c visited In Sampson ..) Aimreuatlng. Maturin
a governor. Practically all insect enemies except Saturday.W. .
tho women were one personality, afternoon. I to 2 I J.(Mid oil July I, 1UU
The only announced candidate for scale insects and whiteflies can be all of the estate would to the son. M. Wimberly visited friends at Thursday S to 4 '_'..ooooota.000.00 July I. 102 t
go !Miss Irene Thomas visited Hampton 8 to M
July I. 11)27
[ at is "
governor present Charles B. controlled by dusting. If they wore dual personalities the estate I I.awtey Sunday. 1 to H $4.01111.00J. July. 1. IH2S

[ Parkhill. With Catts as contender The foregoing Information should the Owing to the continued dry weather Friday. 0 to HiIt ( .000.0(1 Jay I. lt.!t
will be divided, so that son of in visiting to 12 $4.00000 July I. mtt
Schell Byrd Tampa
I alone Parkhill would probably carry be of great interest to the growers will receive one-half and hit! aunt's strawberries are getting scarce thru 11 to 14in (..Olio.00 July 1, 1USI.inly
: his parents hero this week to 'inIT 4,00000 i, lu'ui: {
[ every county in Florida." With threeor and truckers of Florida. as well as of nearest relatives the other half."Experts" this section. Other crops would. bobonefitted the i to IS $4.000.00 July I, 11)111'"

( four opponents Catts would againbe other states. Spraying always has will have to settle the (greatly by some good James Graves. visited. county I U 19! lo to 114.1) $jooo.ni.01111.00 July'. I.I. 1'J,14jiii aw.U

[ a dangerous factor in spite of the 1 I been one of the farmer's big and disagreeable matter and the "expert" who can showers. Wednesday. lu 24 $2,011000 July I, I't.ia y
I R. W. Surrency was a business visitor 211 to 2K 1l.0IIII.OO) July I I. Ilifll
fact that his administration is the I problems. Now that dust bamboozle the judges and juries with It Is with regret that wi note \Mr. 27 to UHU $4,00000 July 1. unit

( blackest spot in Florida's history. ing replace it largely much of and Mrs. Walter Ferris have sold! to the county seat Wednesday.Truby to Hl( $4,00000 July I. ltt.lt:
may the biggest words, will carry the day. Dynl K. U. Murrhoe and, Irvin Ill to ViH.I U.OIIII.OO July 1, HMD
Catts can make issues. Fake is- his valuable time and money can he When the matter shall have been settled their farm southeast of here and will to 144 U.OIIO.IIO July 1, 11)41
l)yul wore among tho visitors to 8ft to 88 $4,00000 July i, 11144Avalnet
[ sues, true but they fool'a lot of Ignorant diverted to other phases of his busi in the lower court, little of the go farther south to locate Itoth principal. and Intereat shall he payable

1 people. Then too, be it remembered ness. Messrs. J. II. Tucker of Jacksonville Ptnrko Wednesday.Miss In sold com of tho United such of Amerte
wealth with which the twins! were Alma Price returned to her of tho liriwent at ntlard. of weight anil fin-
i that Catts has many firm "seized and possessed" at their death and S. A. Bryan of Starke, were mesa nt .Ihtt llenover National Hank In lh*
home in Georgia after n week's visit t'lly and, $ .
;: ta1. i.f New York Intent-t at terTale
friends who not and who PROPER FEED AND CARE ESSENTIAL business visitors here Monday
I are ignorant, will remain and the rest will be spent friends here. of sty per eentumr< per centum per

I believe him to be upright and con- FOR BROOD SOW when the decision is brought to thesupreme Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Parker two of W ith Hiinum HIS ,IT paynble r'UHTIIBK aeml-annttally.::: OltDAlNKn i thaI the

scientious. court. To the outsider the our enterprising; citizens have gone form of ballet to b* unetl at said HHlal Rln-:

Catts with fat with Into the wholesale chicken business If the joke is on you the other fellows lien sled be uuntantlally In the following
pocketbook
a The brood. sow is the foundationand matter of the dual personality seemsto form t4i-wlt

| his mournful prayers and hard-shell corner stone of the hog business, be beyond doubt; but then ""ovet- and l at present have about !five hundred won't do half the laughing if you IIOND EI-F.CTION. tOFKICIAI OK. TOWN nAM.OT: OF STAflKB.\, lw

I sermon "bring souls to Christ" and therefore, to be assured that she will ousness is the root of all evil." baby chicks on hand. They are tell it yourself. FLORIDA
held', bn the lilt of
day June. A. D 1021
| quietly forming a political machine, I I a good mother and a protector of quite an interesting sight; and especially 1 NOTICE OF BALK OF COUNTY BOMUSIlerrhr Milk a ."...m.rk ( X) to the left of the 1

should arouse the militant, true and Ibe 1 I individuals. it is essential that I Another disappointment Skirts are so nt feeding time. They are of nolle I I. irlven that tho board of to proiHHtltlon indicate. .. the either way"For"you desire. or "Aiialnitt to voto..For .," ao aa t

honest Democrats to combat him in she be fed liberally.The getting into the price class and are the White Leghorn variety. bond Inwuw of Bradford. County, Klorlim of __.._ $ in OHO 00 Ili.n.U. for the HFCON.
for Inn purrhan
lealetl bide
will .-..1.. MI'ItllCriNO ANU ENLARCINH; of
[ his. preliminary work, because he will feeding of the brood sow Is coming down. nAO.nitO.00 nf count bump of tit eotinly f.fIlrailford the Waterworka and Kits-trip. l.luht I
Slut of Horlda. or ant portion of I'lnnt of the Town of RUrkt. Florin
have the "wool-hat boys" organized somewhat different from the feedingof I.IIItTTI.EU unlit aiim of not l Itwe than 12011.(100.00( up to 't

[ before he makes a public announce- hogs for market, as the highly Say it with dollars. We like to hear two Said o'clock county p. m.homU. on. .May r.. to 2. hit 1U2 tinted!.!. J..n".1) ____ $inA.OOO Dnnila for-the lul'

| ment. nitrogenous feeds used in feeding talk. 1. 1UU2. nnil are tom In dt-nomlnMtliina of CON.tTRHCTINd AND ISNI.AKOlN5
you Lake Butler, April It.-Misses. Mabel 1.00000)( each, mill sea lo bear Inturept at nf the Watrworka and F.lpctrle. l.litht
Catts will be a candidate for gover- market hogs will have a deterimentnl Brown will give' an entertainment 'the rile of nix PIT cent per annum niiyatil flans of the Town of Hlarke. Florida.

[ nor, and the Democratic leaders and effect on the brood sow. Why should you refer to them, as nrml-nnnnally. on Jiimmry lot and. July hi -
at the school auditorium, Friday evoninjr. of t'iuh year, will httiTiwt .coupon attat'heil Ho It furllmr ...dn....... 'That the polls shall
( Democratic newspapers should keep I|I To keep the pregnant sow in good jazz hounds ? Most of them are only Tho 1'Hneliml and lnlriiit of sad Lund amloial'le lie upend, for voting nnil alimril I.. ai-cortltince.
nt the lianMntf imps of I hillnnnver wllh tlM Bflii-rHl' Iowa nf the "Mlat of l-'lor-
this in mind. His initial campaign condition and properly nourishing the pups. Harry Fiiintr of Five !Mile, motoredto Not onni flank In the City and Suite of New Ida

V.k.1'h. lit. II further itriliilni-il. that" F. A. Scott. and
.. - Lake Butler Monday afternoon. ;. Amount of bond offered for Hull* In n.; M Hlmrunk and .1. M Alvnroa b* and,' Hi.,T_
J..1. Tolson, of New River motoredto grino.OQil. or any portion. thereof mil .II-MH err hi-H-l.y ai'iH. >lnti-d ,Iniipi-rtoni, : allot T N.htnliy .
than k011v11909." mill Ini. "iirlonlpnl of snit l lttotiilfl "u"lrlck nppoltit Clerk: of Kli'Otliin.:
'. Lake Butler Saturday. shall hit duo unit ......hlo In m.rlm from in I'ontliicl the sold olitctlon In accordance with
1 Ilv.e thirty yfura. nwpiiilUi'ly.. from ilnlthi'rior ... tin of
I r. uulrmrnts the "o..u'IlI ,laws of the.
C Mrs. Forrest Drawdy) and son, Ar- and to Im IHHUIH! In fl< visitors. to town Saturday. hi Mirrpb'il up to two titled, .p. m on Tiim.ilny llti II further onlnliit.il. that a Hiieaial M.-et-
dell
were Ilii2ml tiny of Mny :11122.!! All nlilili: Mi.*. Aaron Hail..yIn,1, son, Alva, 5e> nrpdred: ( : ti:, di-ponlt:: wilt C. A. KuU'h.: Nfl lit n hy ,rtilli-il to lit held' on the 2nd day oflinn
," '",,,'.ry ,>f old bonr of honil triml-,, tilSturki' .l -. .\ II. IV'tl at ill* hour of Klutit: o'olorli
lct( Monday morning for (:Ireen Cove Klnriiln. n riitlllnl rhnrk niiunl to nncpir I'. M? without further notlfiN to the memleiit -
!': pint nl iimounl of I'lit. add) rh.k to lttP > of tlo Town Council for tho purists.* of
Springs.\ .ynht0 tn I IK. BNlH honed nf bond triuitiii of riimnmtmir" thti ritliirna. of add elwotiun ana
Commercial ln'iinis) Awry of Five Mile, was. nim Itrnitfur ruunty. FlorltlH. .......Inrh,. tht re'iilt thrreof and to trnnHuot
a All blddtr.. .. nhitll itpi..-lfv the Hmount ant) lIne olhiT. bull,,..* that may. eom. before the
1 : ..IMC-II vi-ilor, to Laki HnllcT Sal- itirlii of .old .Mod' hid for nod the him <
unlinMisses within whluh II.i.. bidders. will ...,,".1. will. tilt "I"l"l'.rlllr: i I ItltlllKIt: OUDAINKl; ). that notice
tirmn thereof niter note, I. iclvrn liy thiunrntiiry > .r .natd tleotion nhnll lu irlven whirl" noth'tt.
Al-ifita and Lota I'i.'lliiiK or anltl ........1 of Band truHlvwi thaidillviry bull con.uil. nf the publication of this orilliinni'v .
of th. bond. can h. mmlitOrlloitit In In laid 'Iowa
spent the week-end with liomefolks at : cheek almva ri>furn>,| to .la tn brdcpnaili nf Mlnrke.u thirty ne\viuiK-r| tln"a imhltjtheil prior lo data of ele..- '

fob PrintingCARDS Midway.The .l at a ifimrantM* of full eimipllanRf, pun nnd,, It elude' h.... tilt woriU. pn-ct'dlita, It i
with iliii hid l"h"lIt.d. and In th* scent of IM followit: "rlpivinl. Klrotlon: Nolle" 1
many friends, of Mrs. John Kr- the arrvptanen of such bid anil the fallur. on Mi It farther onlnlnetl. Hint thin ordinancenliHll 1
1 thn purl nf the blililitr to comply with the he In full furpi and'
el'eet from
and after

vin fI'kl.II',- glad; l to see her out I....... there"? aalri oliork nhall Ire eonnlilnrt.ilan IU imrtmige and approval.iniwii .
continued illness Ilipililatad' "om"".'. .",1 hn rctalnvtl by the 'r r. 'ONFa.Pretdrht .
airain after a
said hoard, of bond tru.t_.
.
.
uf
the < utEd O. K. S. met Tuesday afternoon in Sold county. "hinds sea. to IM Issued nntltrThapt Attest :
.r 8H2J of tha Hpmlal ArU of 11121 of : c. A. ru'rrii.
regular session Mrs. II. F. J Priestcr, the Hint of Klnrliln. and liKtlona hrlil th"..- Town( Clerk.Adopted .
linilor authorising Its .nm... and lo ht IMMIIIHIfor by unanlmou vole of the Town
presiding.i
tlia purpiMii of iiratllnir. and hard ."rrae- rouioll, Iho 2nd day of March. A. I). IIKUI.U .
The town baseball 1 team played. the Intf rvrtaln pulillfl rand. anil Improvlnu and A. 'IJ TCII.
.
urmllriM other public math. of Uradford cuunly. SKA' I.) Town Clerk.
Stark team here Friday afternoon, Mi.rlila. Approved. hy m. Kiln the Mth dos of Marak. ,
Sid board nf Itond TI'U.'..... ....,.. the A, l D. (Mil.
I the score being 4 I to :M I in favor of rlirht In reject any .-.< -" I;'..:. I. A. DAVIS. JIL.'

Stnrke.! The game was an interestingone fly. order of lh. laid noard, of Ilond Truatoi 3-ttl-bL-l-. Muyor.NOfltK ; .
of llradforil County, .FloridaK. .
from start to f finish. S. MAITHRWS.: -- -
Chairman Hoard of Uond Truo....... Or1 KLKfTIONlly
The many friends of Mrs. John Mott Att nt: the power vtnlf.l. In than I.y the school,

will ho pleased, to learn that she U C. A. FUTCH.Secrrfarv law of the .,.... nf rlorhla, the .board of pub.
POSTERS of Boaril of fled T,..._. lie Inatriictitin of llradforil' county. .Klorlda.hiirehy .
convalescing after an operation in a Bradford County, Florid onh>ni elect lona to lio held In the followlnir -
Hiitrli-U on the nth day of April,
ENVELOPESBILL Jacksonville: hospital.Mrs. IIr+Mre iastelei. C11111111-.c: 1422, fur the purpose of electing tlire. tots,-
Matilda Crews and son, Mar teen and tlfterrnln Oat amount of in Haw lo
(,.'.- vltalltr am invruy by t/nrtfrtn and b* esa.seedl )
HEADS tin I.oudhultz, left Sunday for a visit -tfiiliiijth' bjuwl. ','- ., tn ".10 r...,<&to'''''OR'. For the purpui of holding, iinld election, \InIll.trlet
No. S. stark the
followlnii manaxeni -
,
with her Shelton Loadholtz of if. rniNOT1CK w
son have been
appointed : A, II. Juhoa. C.
---- A. .r'uti-h T. N. Kentlrlnkrt
'. NOTE HEADS j Miami. OF MASTERS HAI.B the piirpo of holdlnif mill election i laIllntrlcl
T. D. Proctor spent Sunday at the II........ nolle. I la xlvcn that under and byvlrtua I No, 4, Iconic llrlilve I followingmannirt.n I i
of that certain final decree. of for.- have boon appolnUuft r I the: C. Crews,
WINDOW CARDS home of Mr. und] Mrs P. P. IJekle, of cloaunt made hy. tha Juilirn of th. Elxhlh: Ju.llclal Ohy Moody and U. K. Unfrn.

.. Five Mile. (Circuit. of llratlfiiril. County. Klorl'la.. In For the purpose of holdlniraid teotlon tn
chanctry altttnir. on the ash day' of Mareh.A. Dlntrlct No. 7. Brooklyn.; the followingman-
SHIPPING TAGS Mrs. Geo. Johnson and lion, Roan, D. 1(122, In favor of Annlo .... Pettlt. joined age* have .been appointed' J. P I'adiiett
( by Mrs. Bryant Hoberts hy. .her hiwhantl and next friend' A. M. Fred. riovnettl and K. C. /hibergor.For .
accompanied "'.-tlt, aa complainant, and. aualnnt FlorentaKreymunth the purpose of htfldinic aid alectlon In
LETTER HEADS of Five Mile, were shopping In town and Catherine Kmymunth, hla' Ill.trlft No. O. fin Hill the followlnv managers -
wlft*. aa defendant. h... been appointed Allen Green L
Saturday. > Th. unilenlvned... a. ""..,1.1 MaaUtr. will ..,. W. rinhnl.ter and A. II Su'.a....
Rev. S. S. Proctor spent Saturday for fur Main In front of th. cotirthoua In For (he punen. of "holding laid .hellos la
Starke. Florida, dilrlnir the loyal hour of aal* Dlntrlet No. .IOi-Vantlerbllt. the following
and Sunday at New River church. on Mnntlay. th* lot day of May A. p. 1022.to manairiir. appointed. F. M. Nor
afternoon the hl"hit and bent butte. for "...h. the man. L. L. Conner and J. 0. Alvar**.
T. U. met Monday
W. C.
The following ileMcrlhetl. property. altuated and betir for the curt** of holdlnif paid elation In
at the club room, Mr" J. F.. In the county of Bradford. and atat* nfFlorida .DUtrlrl No. II, (Graham the followingman..
"en have ben appointed James Reynold.
to-wlti
After Interesting l.. C. Smith and C. Fe"..
d Mains presiding/ an Lou I and 7 of niork 2R a* per pest nf
was rendered, business the town of Rtrk and Johns addition th...- For the P"""," of holding laid. alectlon la
program D.-trlot No. 22. New lave, th
to contalnlntf .on-qiiart r of an acre more or following
matters were discussed. 1_. Also lot Numh. 9 In Dlock Number. 2* m.n..... have .bn appointed. <]. W. Aadrew. -
.. O. W. Kelly, W. M ".'k.,.
In the town nf Rtark. aa or plat of
1 i III addition per map
Bob Rivers having an aid' town. For th. purpoti of .holding said elation ,la
Mr. Dlntrict No in, llellbronn .t llellbrann school
built to the house occupied by A. Z. ADKINS.
K. M. JOHNS Special M..t.r. house the followlnamanager* have been ap-
Mitch Markee Mr. Savage. pointed: N. D. tirwn. Drew
and Mrs riollelUr for Cmnpf.Inant. Bt 1'. I'arm-nUr. lUtliluth and J.

has the contract. For the purpose of holding laid election la
W. M. Johnson NOTICE FOR FI1AI. DlririlARGE OF AD- District No. IH. Hooker. the following maaaicer -
BradfordCounty Messrs. P. M. Padgett, -
., .
MINIHTRATOK h. DMA appointed! 0. B Cokton.
and R. E. Dell were elected. Sat- In Court of County Jndu. Bradford eoonty. It. T. OtiUvn and J. (;. Con I
dT Slat of Florida.In Fur the purpoM of holding laid election in
urday to serve as trustees for Lake re-otat of Alva n. R..ln.y. decraaed. Dlntrlct No. 2I. Lawtey. the following _.-
Butler school Nodes I to hereby Klven. to all whom It may alien list* Men appointed i J. II. Moon. J. i
concern, that on the lot day of May A. f>. H. KOV.I and W, II. Edwardu
John Colson, of Pine Hill, was a viII.itor 19M. I hall apply to the Honorable R. A. For the purpua of hiding laid elation la
r.reen Jude. of said court. aa jiitlva of probate. blitrlct Nt 27. Sampan the followingman..
here Monday. for my final dl..h.... aa admtnletraUir. of the users have hen appointed : M Varncv, It.mr
1 Lee Green of Brooker, was In town "'.'. of Alva U. Radney, deceueil and that Hrown and J. I.. Wynn.
tim I will final arcountfl Far lb. purpoM of holdlnit. laid election In
the preeent my
Tuesday looking after business. .t lama aa administrator of said tatat anilaak Dietrlct No ''II, fto..I.,. at Roller a
L Bob\ Green; of Brooker motored to for their approval.Dalod the.lame following manager have been appointMl
A. D 1921.WILLIAM f.aakln. J. E.: floater and J... Itni-
March 1.
I.,.
r. 7 town Monday. I'013'fy'T. I JJJ H. RADNBY.Admlnlalrator .
* elegraph trans- Eetat of Alva B. u."n.... d.) .. -2l-4t-t-l4 II. II. W 10m Nil.
II. Rimes of Miller was "Secretary
e .
_
I. ceased gR 1-S-l-/t- -''Js ..

d l Habitual constipation Cured Hi'ft; i X'C'ELECTION- : :NOTICEOUrilNANCK : No Worm in a tloalthy Child

i In 14 to 31: Day NO. 112. Allchlldraa UouhM with Worm have ... u.1101.11" ..-

I "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" Is a specially-' BE IT ReiMEMHI.RE that at an adjourn.ed "b" / *hb.h lodkata .poof hlnutl. and a. a
STARKE FLORIDA ( for rUbitvaI m..tin, ( of the town counrll of the town rule, then 1 la mor or .ICIM BUimarli dlt<. .-.
I'i prepared, Syrup'r"nlc-Loxa'jve or Htarke. In the County of Bradford. State UKUVC TASTELCSi CHILL TUNIC tflvca mtularly -
I Con.ttpition It relieves promptlyat. of Florltla. held on the 22ntl day of M.......h. for two.. thru* week will enrich the bit......
I, Dhntild be taken regularly fur 14 to :21! 1 dart A. U. ID2J.: at ,its regular plan of meetlnv bnpmveth4idlieitkw.,, act o.a.enenlStn>iuihenlutf -

lo Induce regular action. It Stimulate" soil there In the hone Town Pre of snt Starke the, at following elicht o'clock member. p.m.of. Tonic i. Ih* whole ..*.m Nature will theo

I .Mi'ste' Very Pleasant toT.k*. gel aid council to-wltt throw olf or dispel the wnrm, ant t r' '. chi. will lie
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1 I Sam Was Forced to Admit That Hit Sacrifice 1By Adoption ef a Few Preventive : :: 1 elation of Music.

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\,:, j Copyright.; lei Y. Ut<.lorn NnwapHpar unkinDunliury I the National Child Health council told .. 1122. W *.lain :-:.""......r Cnlutt.A Uubility of the caching rains of winter-us well : rill 111.' lea. \\'.....,Ii. :-uw.p.por Unl"rEverybody some years ago as "Freddy" Smith, ),
ap dinner
fo public
rl the confessed at n re fntlj
the follow smiled ut
1 '; story at the meeting; stundluii the simplestpreventutlves In the hotel
beautiful of
woniuti S"iii ;
saw Hint the matt was joting as Its snows. I the tune of
: la that he recognized "God
t y : ,1. i of the Monday evening club It belongs was HO oLnlinisly
at the window of a drawing ruuasuperbly those that nature little bride. She
lying In the middle of the rou to the great fund of family stories of furnished IIIHII lout needs to catcha her husband, and l he ,
ff't: 1 danger of being net down by; u young; hersdf furnlslios. :None: love with stand up when It was being played
I | which" each home him Its share. Ing touiirtls.. her lull aristocratic' lookIng he she nil! walk
'iii t whirling automobiles that followed cold when wet If or I Some other famous people had
i His family had a colored woman ) witha her.So really sorry for: on
clothintdraws
,J each other In never-ending stream.tie icriu'pful and compose' apt or run home hrlHWy. Wet everybody wus ear for mUllle--oue. theEmpress

shook him but (he man did not I of the name of Julia who did the line intellectual fnce-this wars the the bent from the body and the bride when the bridegroom was: equally poor Eugenie. Dr. Ethel Smyth

wash, Recording to Mr. Dlnwlddle, The man wax lh. below normal. city on n most Im ,
picture. young the buck to the
his lower called
p I X' respond. Then, lifting him In I temperature who for 30 yearn was a neighbor of
her husband transporting the clothes) brother and the lonely girl; the warn lint If the heat of business antler which mean
t the American carried but This la dangerous portent
arms young her English
during exile
>Nb ; Jrm' a, to the aide of the highway and laid to and from home One night he start eat friend of widowed 1 lieiitrlce Luau the body Is maintained, by exercise,, the transference of several' thousands, the Farnboro empress and -wns constantly (In
ed with big bundle of washed ?" the at
a freshly Lura wet
I "You are determined harm results from the
e y J < him down under a tree little or no of dollars. she
I ,; | clothing. It bad been raining and young man woe sujlng. obtainable, two or three heart, o\erflow- her company, says was totally
It her
t wit "lf -j". Automobiles and carriages streamed I c:,thlng. And out of own mualcnl Instinct. Once when
t f there were puddles. along the street both hands, This bounteous devoid of
Lure Kelden lifted
1 ; :t e pout them, but no one stopped to notice I lamps of sugar: should be eaten Ing with sympathy: she gave u band struck "Ptirtant

I the recumbent man. For this was The unfortunate man slipped. the clasped In n plttullpg dl ll''It.doy., helps the heart's' action and supplies store to the lonely girl who knitted a local her honor up the pour

f hundle hit the street opened up, and Her eyes were tender her voice gentle bent to the body. She wondered why la Syrle" In emprrm
considerable
": at Kempton Park, and one of the classic on the pluz/n. "God Save the I "
Its contents went Into a mad puddle and belief that mistook It for King.
appealing."Elwyn I married
deride the popular
of the to be :Many hnd never
G races year was non such a nice girl ,
The man had evidently fainted. lie Needless to soy, he couldn't deliverthe ," she wild 1 softly, but with) It is Impossible to catch cold from a One duly, In a moment of confidence I Sir Walter Scott was equally Impervious

wash, and he hated to take It Intense eagerness "It Is only two bright): but the statement to> music though many passages "
with sea water ;
thin wild-looking. wetting her.
wax elderly told
J gaunt, the lonely girl
back home. But he was forced toI years. In my life that I oak. not for holds much truth. The salt retards said "when In his writings Jmply that he ,\
him there she
Leaving Danbury bought I "You see, my dear, '.
a some "nllllwl('bee. I I I "face the music." I myself' -Just for art's sake and--und evaporation, and thus chilling of have reuJly been In love you liked and understood It. 'In music, .

Vr A week later the colored man for others" I Obviously that once you he told Lord Melbourne "I don't know
Is delayed. ,
The man ate the sandwiches greedily 1 the body cannot ever love again In the same '

r and presently IIlO(>II'.f'd no far recovered I I showed up at the Dlnwlddle, home "Then It Is gnod-by," definitely renpmded la an advantage. Further the salt I my heart long lIjto--five I high from low.
with the clothes and The harshly the I way. gave Swinburne's lack of musical ear Wit
spick span. Elwyn Dnrnnd. inmost and assists
as to alt up. lie stared at his acts as a stimulant deur. It was stolen, I I
,I jI ,+ reaeuer.I I I family, of course, had found out what "The lure of uppliiuse. the dower circulation of the blood. That Is another ears ago, my hI'I'UUKt'She hesitated a byword among hH acquaintance! ,
1
I a.iould
; "Have they the Victoria stakes bad delayed their wash and were prepared of gold-must I meet It at every IlIt..p' advuntuge.; Thus unless In unusual soy she puld. I Edmund Oosse describe a practical
run
I learned his name,
.; yet 7" he Implored. I|, for Sam. I It Is unworthy of you to throw self circumstances there Is much "I never ?" Joke "plnyed on S\\'Inhume, \\hlrh
"You learned his name questioned
i That worthy however did not and fame Into the frail scales as from I never made me Indignant nt the time twit
j ie "Not I belletr, till\ three o'clock,"' I saya less chance of a cold resulting the little bride I

I ,. I Danbury nn""ered., I word about his mishap I against. the love of n true und honest an Immersion In the Hell than In fresh Staten' Island "n,1I'rol"t',1 I which now seems Innocent enough nnd

//z "Sam," asked a member of the family heart. I water. I I Ii "I was llvlnn on not without Interest A lady, having

\ matter help me to the" course. It's I "didn't' Julia have anything to say "Oh, you do not understand." cried Those who" feel much depressed In on the ferry to Manhattan{ taken the rest of the company Into
a of thousand He looked AtDanhury i of business.He I
I about the clothes when you had to Lura but he was gone. wet weather should< form the habit ofIncreasing (II every morning to my place her confidence. told' I Swinburne that
thoughtfully. "Help me there j used to see him
) I
take them back?" "The songbird. I.urn." thus they hnocalled their rate of breathing. The lived there to. she would render on the plntjo,:! a VPI'JI
end I'll show you. what an old man'sgratitude I ( the bunt The look In his eyes used I
c l I tneole"t I j Sam grinned. her. The gift had been horn depression U due to the Increase of I, on ancient Florentine rltornello Just discovered. "

t "Julia-she done 'hatted quite a with Lura. Whoa ti treat( business: vapor In the air, and the consequent to he a delight; to me ; he was so youth I She then played 'Three
Half an hour Inter they were Boatedt j I' so buoyant, so
i ful In spirit so happy Blind Mice" and Swlnhurne was enchanted.
while nhout dem clothes he siild.- crush hud wrenched from her mother proportionate decrease! of oxygen.
n' by the side as m>ur the track as they I different from that crowd of common He found that It reflectedto
t f Washington Star. a royal fortune .die hnd come to th! Quicker breathing, ns Is

could'" get."There; rescue with her peerless voice. I| pumps more oxygen Into the ObVIOU"'j glace city men. I knew he wanted. to perfection/ nil the cruel beauty of

1 '1" the oM, man cried as a .peak to me. lint be( was a gentle the MedIci-which perhaps does." *-
4I the'
{ i AVIATION I NOT HIS OBJECT She had won laurels unexpected, and the depression departs.
anlmnl "That'sSilver '|
poor-looking went by.
I ant n. London Mail.ADVICE .
prints discovered n real Impern-
public
--- I
r King Ile'H being quoted at ', "I think we must have known each
Swede Had His Own Reason for Rejecting trice. Offers hud come to her that MATURES EARLY
COREAN BOY
forty to one-a rank outsider Andhe'll mind other In thla WilY for three monthaalthough .
win-he'l mine. Offer of That Particular were bewildering to her girlish ', exchanged a word. WELL WORTH TAKINGNo
/: we never
'" 'MI "That horse l b yours?" ejaculated Brand of Liquor.Stephl'n "Only to two her years fiance Elwyn"It I"will she mean hadpleaded I Youngster May Be Married at Age of or bowed. And, then-do you remem' '

r I>Hnl>ury. cherish." Seven, According to Customof tier the ferry ramming the steamship?" Doubt Driver of Car Realized!
so much to those I love and I
Hunter Love of Salt Lake
P "Mine, every>: Inch of him. And now City lu the beet Industry So I.urn told l nothing lint *ne might; I the Country. "Yes?" said! the little bride breathlessly Afterward That His Sarcasm
prominent sugar
Wasted.A .
make Really Was
L rm going to fortune, replied
your hove told, even to her dear friend, .
of Utah and a member of the I Any time after n Cor en n boy U seven
+, the other. "Lletenl"t Beatrice Durnnil went abroad wandered "We were almost side by side when
food administration during the war, he be married. and he Is seldom big cur was a victim
t "Ten years ago Sliver ICing was nDerby In odd foreign spots, returned< may the shock cnme. The; ferryboat turnedon passenger
was In Washington; for the sugar still unengaged; at 13 or 14. At that I of the sleet In Central: avenue The
winner. Never: mind what wealth of
J t home, and wearying of nil her side and a dozen us were
hearing:;! before the finance committee time he winds his pigtail-If he still driver tried valiantly to keep It In
name was then. He was mine, hl'l might buy of folly h 'lInm InterestedIn flung Into the water. I cotilu not swim
y G thousand on of the senate.: Mr. Lore has a great wears one In these crop-headed, days with! the middle of the "rect, but one hind
won ninety pound! a great humane Industrial housing I was struggling wildly, battling
gift for story telllnic and Is particularly I 1 -Into a topknot and swaggers a bit heel' slipped over u little, the driver
It went In wine, women and death when I felt hN arm round me
fond of Swedish, stories his plan.Lura In the presence of the unbetrothed. tried' to the "hon t." the rearwheel
squandered, sir, as easily as It settled his voice in 'Keepcool. stop
r lonlt-I Iml.1 at the end of two years and heard my eur.
tation of the Scandinavian dialect
Formerly If a Curenn boy had any the track well
slid ,
car
I lost everything; I lost Sliver down Into n quiet retired life, giving .' he said quietly. 'There Is no along
ing well-nigh perfect.It schooling at all lie squatted all day ,
drivers know the rest
auto
lie,was sold to a millionaire Invalid boat
her the
aVC I her entire devotion to danger. In a few moments I
j seems that recently a picturesqueold on the schoolroom. floor, learning' to When the cur stopped sliding lie ; .,
+ G Jockey mimed him and he wouldn'trun. mother Life's darkest hour came to will reach us.'
discovered Swede emplojed In one of the read and write, lint not to "pl'nilChlnl'IIp. two rear wheels reeled' agnlnst tin t.I t.
Three months I the
ngo mills thought to himself that her when the mother died. Only "When he sold that my terror left
sugar nml he would have thought curb nnd Its two front ones were 01ihf
his. brave heart between I
him breaking wealth left
comfort of modernte was I Just lay still and let him sup'port ,
he would not mind having a little drinkor himself well edtionted/ If he acquireda ne.
Then ensued much
truck
t ,
shafts of hansom. cab. I bought car
the a friend and I hone-
f to her She became a j i above the wnter. think those
two after a particularly hard day'swork. knowledge. of the maxims of me
: him for ten gtilneiis: cash. I had Just the worthy of the sec- j vague speeding up of the engine and much (,
fnctress to poor I of Jlfe.!
So he hind himself to a boot ConiiK'itiH.; He often felt content to were the happiest moments my
,
of wliels fonvtnrd
hundred In the. world.' I hb.zlnc rear but no $
pounds j
a
she lived.
tlon !In which I And when at lust we.re picked >:pond .
t legger of his nctinlntnnce."You | carry n "Jluuy" or to drive a pack j
l and, burn In movement
little t
rented a coftnge and
hnd remarried
got that squirrel whisky Beatrice Lane to net nurse to the I put, safely aboard nnd given warm
as
any or even
wild part of lenses, and. there I trained, California. Lora had pony "What's the matter; trying to gel: ..il
11 I hnd removed to | clothes and hot drinks In the saloon
Tohn? he a"ked. baby while his older, brother wrestled
:.;:" him. Twelve years old he Is today friends awn} ""m the ("lrh7" a bystander< ;
old
from her >
r\\ "No, I haven't Sven" replied the drifted away I with the Chinese classics. Under I cabin a sudden fear fell on my spirit \
naked
; and at first It wits n heartbreakingtask. liquor merchant, "hut I cnn give you One tiny Durrtml met nn old collegechum j the new regime the school hours are I knew that since ha had spoken, I
I the task 01'. n", T'm polishing the pavementsn
; I Often thought winImpossible doctor now ,
I I "tr' a little old 1 crow. How 'bout that?" The Inllt'r"IIS n still long and strenuous, but the boys I should never see Unit look In his eyes I" r
thp kids hove fun
1 ; hilt I 'wreerererl. And ut Doctor Wltherell became greatly! inter.Psted cnn ome sinsticnlly

g! t'" I' 'last the day came when I knew thus' Sven thought for n moment ; then he In DI 1 ran'I's story of the humanltarlnn pursue a Japanese course of study again < I exclaimed, the driver of till
shook his bond probably would before ashore he
In Japanese. They "Ju t we stepped
j t I' I had again one work he
was :
,tar, 'j "Nny-dn" he nuld. "Ay don't want vote their games more Interesting than came up to JIll!. lie looked at me Inqulrlngly. I I
f..... In tide country I hired, a Jockey! andentered "It occupies me und 1 hope to do I "Well If you'll Just cut thnt engine\
v to fly : Ay ytist want to hop A little. any curriculum ",'hnl o"\'f'r. Their national ; lie said: nothing. ; there wus .
i him for tli Victoria stakes. I related Durniul. "but I do iown and slip her out of 'high Into.

"I Ii) 1ih had fifty pounds left, and I borrowed Washington Post not some seem good to make the pt'o.le'lIrll1 up I sport 1 Is atone-fighting: which nothing for either of us to sity. He low, I'll give you n little shove andyou'll ,:;

/ they curry on during the first fifteen took me In his arms nnd kissed, me."Then .
.
two hundred more I didn't spend I urn not happy nt henrt, I walk right away from the curb"the i
t to me. very of the New Year At tho same '
West
j anything on fond. A loaf of bread Health Habits for Children. Wltherell." days he spoke. 111m going Interloper snld. .f
the truth,
ijl l'j ) and result ID to tell you I they have sky tournaments, In "Tell
Health Instruction Its season he
I'' : '> I la all I've hnd the Inst live dnys. HI- coincidence today;, said. me your name The advice was followed.the wheel
"r hundred, and the formation of tutu 'IIa, In the sub- "It Is a rather queer which they cut tile string of one an When I come hack I shall come to see it
sir two I ceased their mad whirl nnd the
cnuse, you nee, who bus been onr.
nf dully record of health habits but I have a patient other's kites nnd take the falling kitesas It he Fix months six
jest n I you may : or
". 'r!' flfty pound plated on a fortytooneshot somewhat In Hut of humanitarian under the gentle urge of the bystander
your
following Nell In Asia
for every chi hi lu the school1 of WushIns'on prlres.Marietta years, but I shall! always clnlra you.
I : means ten thousand If he wins work" salt) the doctor. "II moved a wny.; -IndlnnapolU News.
L>. C., according to the Uulted Magazine. I I shall let out of
" old never you> go my
A fortune for me and a peaceful Is woman-the most noble of Hod'{ II
1 Suites hiirciui of dUiill"M.. lihiuks are a "
life.
. And he can'tlose. I
t for Silver King
!' age rreatures'here la a call from my From Messenger to General.
'I' onulvd: utter the morning dully Inu "
; / Root's Cleverness. "And!? questioned, the little bride.
;$ < ofllce.\ General I'ellegrln. who hula just been
lion I li tIle her Kucli: school '
|"c< > Ic Ellhu : "That Is all lear"
JIe started toward a tall intuit In a Wltherell crossed the hull A lawyer who mice opposed my
Doctor I appointed to the command of the
' ,:. :, white hat who, standing on a stool dn.u iii.i"Ih! 'In ((hen I lor the pupil'* Into his consultation roo Ill. When h. hoot In a brunch-t 1f-tmudxe 1 suit tells' The, I lonely plrl hud arrived the linybefore thirteenth division of French Infantry

A 1 the oilds., The horse olise-rMinci', II,! "ii< It hnblts us brushing 1 this : "My tllent, for ull her the culled I back,
:R.I was shouting the teeth I HIM n handkerchief, came out he ushered n ludy to tht story j bridegroom wns with headquarters nt Langres! /Is! a

1A, were at the starting gate war; front door. At sight of her Durnnd'i broken heart was u very pretty and to the city. She was due to leave on living proof of the possibility of rising .
ii"I I taking tlth"ty
I, I "Do you wunt to crane In?" asked 1 1I ketpliii )pn .'lie. face white us marble. I vivacious girl. Hoot defeated her- I the day thut the bridegroom rot tarried.

I to I the old fellow stopping short "A hundred health[Mantes) habits. phtilrii. ale' noted.!'..i",'else! At. Thirteen the end "Doctor grew," he gulped', "thut ludy'I" !I and m.-by ending his defense with '. The brld>ifmoni nenmlly' arrived at the crystallized by unaided Into('ITIII'I.the eayIng which; that NupoJeor every

F p pounds vtlll net you four thou "Miss Lnuru lU'lden," replied hit these words : I hotel Just us the lonely girl stood in French soldier carried a marshal'
of a month a ruling Is given to correspond .
k it,, : sand." friend. | 'Gentlemen of the Jury, do you | the olllce, her baggage beside her baton In his
with the dully record, and the haversack.General .
I Danbury had five hundred-the balance "Yes I know," tittered Dnrnnd really think that this charming young waiting for her cnrrlnge. Thu bridegroom
sheet Is sent home folded< l uround thert'pol.t yea ( I'ellegrlnwhose parents
I, ; of all he hud put aside for his Incoherently ; "but who-what Is sh lady's life Is blighted or that her prospects walked In und the lonely girl begun
curd, to be signed by the parent I were 111'I'ry poor circumstances -
European tour. .. of getting married are preju- turned looked
and him full In the face
old returned. It Is expected thug aow' life nil a telegraph messenger ut
"Jfou're dend sure," he queried. "1'11I'll with soul," replied deed! In the least I don't suppose The little bride l saw the look on her
"A being a great
to secure the co-operutlon of the homeIn I Marseilles. Il*> scraped, nnd saved BOas
wager four hundred. do. There IK not one of you i| face but she too much absorbedIn
t; Inculcating. health habits. Children the doctor reverently "She Is the lady you was to be able to buy books which ha I
"And you'll peter regret It, son, answered who would he averse to forming the
the
showing extreme neglect are referred I told you of. For over a year she has i bridegroom to think much of studied at night after' his day's vork
the old mail, end dragged him of the acquaintance of so delightful a per the The
been the angel of mercy of one | lonely girl. lonely girl sat for
to the ",'ho<>1 nurse. : the postotflce\ was finished ll f up to the bookmaker poorest districts of the city. Sue hat aon.Vhy., look et her now-she la down In a chair and leaned, her head took his baccnlnurcHte Into the ''i

"Lant cburtce !I" the latter yelled. A actually smiling at me, but I must at got
sung only at the settlement clubs. back against the wall, her face the I Ibis
It Sounded Excegslve.An ( military college at Snint-Cyr obtained
"What's the odds on Silver KlngJ"querleO her that I not In the i
Inform am
month a little child who heurd bet once color of chalk. The bridegroom had
ImllnnnpolliTaccoiintant, who Is ago commission with colors and d
flying p
j the elder Dunn dying of a uiallgnunt throat dla- j matrimonial market. Boston Tran- [ gone out of the odlce and the little '
bookmaker of English; birth, says that when ha sing, passed the Ernie de Guerre or start ,E\
"Fifty to one, answered the her mother to ask 'th script. i bride hurried to the In the chnlr.
II arrived In the United States several ease, begged I girl college He took part In the operations
v : briskly "Want to make a belt he did not to boofer ludy' to come to her. I "You feel ill?" she asked. "Can I
In Morocco
years ago, propose per- I In 1POT! wise' buo'r
Cllllllce--tll..re'lI
{ t, horses It's n sporting hn.'on.. Four hundred?"worse He mit himself to be Imposed l on. her not to go. bliss Uelden woroed'' Unlucky Tom. I get you" some water Won't you lie wounded at the battle of the Marne,

-1 took the and scribbled a memo- When he landed/ he gave his hand advice. It was Miss A real ohl-tll>lhlol1e,1 Yankee was tellIng i i money
# random In his book, handing Danburythe baggage to a porter to carry!! to a onK" a friend. of the 111 luck experienced "No," answered the girl, rising with where he became one of Marshal'

k stub. hotel. When he reached the hotel ha "\Vhy. what do you mean? que. by his son Thouins. I' an effort "It was the heat I think Lyautey's most valued assistant

asked the porter hat the charge was tinned Durnll with excitement
tense
turned
{ Danbury for carrying the baggage "Slie .contracted the disease froii be said. "Just as soon as he went to was' very cold. She did not nay any.

rc;, I to see the horses racing downy "Two bits, sir." wall the porter's the child 'I have reached the glory olmty Boston to work Tom fell In love. She thing. however, but helped the lonely Umbrella Sign of Married Man.
the field."He's'.... : You can tell married the>
,y reply life In making one poor soul happy I lived In one of the suburbs and directly girl Into the carriage and waved her a man by

f' winningyelled the old man "Now look lucre" said the traveler, In Its ilurkeKt! need, aha now nay*." Tom made up his mind he liked 'j !roo I' S
at Dutibury's side.Jlu'khf'rry capitalist who'
cloakroom
r' "I'm not .a green Englishman like you A huiablwl i than' Elwyn Durand her, he went and bought a fifty-trip The lonely girl had recognized him presides over the
i"I4 hud fallen back and Silver
think I am. I know your: tricks rm ou"lit I.urn the next du). He found ) ticket to her place and-" I' as soon as he entered the ofllce. of a family restaurant If h. ,

r J :' King had paused three of his competitors. going to give you BO cants and l you'll her ut ti hall where an exhibit of art "Well what happened" Meanwhile the little bride had has two weather sticks one /a heavy, o

that It's and needlework of her pensioner wa cheap affair, that was purchased l with t.
have to be satisfied with "What happened? Why, be was sought and found her husband and
of A roar went up. Blackberry was In And there her sweet, patlvur the Idea of being soon. lost and the '
In the I r
progieiH. .down at second call and
all you get"Emotional :urne< ] taken him to the cozy sent on the
Y the lend 1 again. And Silver King had
other
told of liner bet
him bo material It's a sure
face encouraging III
the ticket was left on his hands I "
stoop "Arthur, dearest, said) the Jlt-
3._ fallen to the rear. The horses quick that he's
hud ne..rdlmllle.l. married
Old Fighter.Tex of the went love that that Isn't hard luck please tell me tie bride "I want to
soy something-
i ened their stride. Blackberry was edging
down to the According to this ... married
RIckard told the other day of a and they went what 1st"-Milwaukee Sentinel something awful. Do you remember psychologist i
away from nil. And poor old Silver a folks
when In the
they start out
i' dinner that was given, to old Bob treesWent confession made
to
you me the
t King fell further and further day
c la Fourteenth down to u new life, mutual! rain each carries his own umbrella so
lie tailed his wither Fltzslmmona at a cafe New Ship Signals' for Use In before we were married about-about
way. away and Fog.
have
and blessed to be together as man they can the minimum of Inconvenience
t 1 rocked like a boat In a storm, and as street. The bunch got together wife helpers of the poor and] oppressed Most ship collisions In fog are due kissing" a girl once after a ferry accident and retain a maximum ofdr'nf'lls. I
warrior nonpawnnble -
of thousands showed that bought the a huge the difficulty In the ?
ti t'B1ackt'crry yells the to detecting exact
the unfortunate.
Johnny ; guides to I la the prenuptial times till'mate
n had romped home Sliver silver loving cop children. Lure direction that the whistle and bell "I don't want to remember those',
of
grateful the hear
After'about the Idols of happy, species would never
along last of the Pollock presented' It. from. A veteran past ,, transgressions" growled the i
King came tolling drank. them had Indeed 1 minx her lust song but Is signals come sea captain Of the woman h.Mllnj tha winds alone.
''i field. tenth: whisky they all th. has devised a new method to bridegroom, kissing the little bride. He r
singing
dllyPolloeklasbed/ their souls love was ) would carry the umbrella over her
t S When Danbury stunned by his loss straight those overcome. this. "But why did you do It. Arthur"
emotional old fellow ;year* long and get wet himself But they're married "
r a' turned round the old fellow was no the cup on the Be uses four signal horns of different persisted the little bride.

longer at his aide The bookmakerwas Fits stared at the big and gleaming tones, two sirens, a steam whistle "I felt sorry for her," answered theurldegroorn now, and that makes a difference.

also gone. A little mob of winners thing. Then he !glowered at Pollock. The Sheep Fair and a steam gong all operated by foot "and-well, she looked as i

was hunting for him with yells and yelled : "Now. dammit yon'.e&one The little village of East Haley, os levers.. Each of these corresponds If she wanted someone to kiss her No Place for Tobacco Fiendi.

} of rage.; But Danbury never saw and made me cry I"-New York the main road between Newbury and one of the cardinal points of the compass That's all. What harm did It dor" As a precaution against forest fires,

1 t either of them again. Correspondence of the Kansas City Oxford has Just celebrated the seven I and Is sounded In a fog only "You hadn't ever seen her before smoking has been entirely prohibitedIn t

k Star. hundred and first anniversary of ItiJ when the ship Is headed In that direc Arthur" persisted the little bride. any part of the Olympic national

w An Assistant Desired sheep fair. In the old days Newburj tion. "Not so far as I am aware my forest la Washington. The area covered J

Find Pure Amber Deposit was a great center of the cloth trade, t.
her
'Vue when learned dear husband answered "Oo on : by the "no smoking" order (
sorry you
{ there wasn't you any Santa Clans?" What was formerly considered dross and East holey fair frequently saw a.maDY Sure of O<.ta Audience. don't spare my feelings. mounts to about 51O.OOO acres. The t

"I'm still sorry abont It," answered In the mines of the Coulinont collieries as 80,000 sheep penned In Its Having retold his favorite Joke several "You've not seen her again have period of this prohibition Is to be determined i

F ) Nicola, B. C., has been discovered narrow streets. The picturesque Clett ; at
1 ... Senotor Sorghum "Every one of my times wlihoreliciting even a you, Arthur? by the district forester 1
s ( to be pure amber, the first ball at Newbury la now a museum i The bridegroom Portland, Oregon.' The reason
constituents who wants anything polite smile from any of his listeners, took the little bride urgent ,

writes and ssks me to get It for him." deposit of the kind ever found on the and East Ilsley fair la only a shadow Hogg turned angrily on hU heel and In his nrras. for this action la due to the fact that I

North American continent The discovery of Its former self but that fair willontinue the
area cyclone ;
muttered : "My dear he said. "I never saw was largely swept by a
Is credited to B. S. Oliver of to be held as long aa a single I
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Goats Furnish Dolls' Hair.' "Til get a laugh .on story or I'll never seen her
the Oliver chemical process syndicate sheep can be heart! on the neighborly aln To ground Is covered w Ith broken tree
the heads of moat of know the reason why I'll go tell It e. my belief I shouldn't know

The hnlr on of dolls exhibited In It wus formerly believed to be reslnlte. owns. That I III the pleasant custom to Smlthers. II. borrowed money from her from Eve. Why?" and brooches of trees so that If a Are ;

+ the thousands There are Urge quantities of the amP England.-Christian Science Mod KMutt
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windows la obtained from tb4 me yesterday/1 0, nothing, answered the little were get any headway at all

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