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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 21, 1922
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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!BG! ; NAVY CUT FORD SALES CREASE SHOW RAPID 1N- SEVERE STORMS .. .WILLIAM. 4'r'al': C. POWELL! .1.> STARKE WILL\ : VENIRE FORSPRING ,I




IN.APPROPRIATION l Rush to of 101,161 Orders Cars Boosted and April Trucks Output I I TOOK BIG TOLL. I I i .'*J1' friend Many; in called fact-Wm.I-cannot C. Powell recalle. '!'. I I HAVE A FASTBASEBALLCLUB { TERM I j j'tj


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Ford retail sales showed a rapid increase any man who was so universally '

MEASURE ; in volume during March says IN CASUALTIESMILLIONS >#> liked as he, nnd this expression '* Circuit Court Convening: in Starka on *\'

a report from tho Ford Motor Company I O by one who valued his friendship, .. II !\IondIYIIIY: : 1st.' :f;,,"

I Detroit, and have necessitatedthe I & is given as a tribute to his nWI11a. .f -

gPBNBY SAYS NAVAL STRENGTH I building of 101,161 I Ford cars and I : OF DOLLARS DAMAGE: .,. ory. During the years I have .r K. K. PKRRYMAN.WII.L :M.NK: Shrlver, J. L., demons, J. K., Johns,

OF U. S. WILL BE BELOW THAT i trucks in April in order to meet the I TO PROPERTY THROUGH *' known "Hill," one trait, abuve .$> LOCAL \SKItAU TEAM Edward H., Sapp, Fred 1 Wainrlifht

OF BRITAIN AND JAPAN I requirements.This CENTRAL STATES I O all others, stands out in my'" THIS SEASON Truby L? Carter, Dalton, Campbell

is the largest output of Ford >l> mind-ho did not. give his friendship
cars ever scheduled for April, being Chicago April 18.-The terrific I carelessly, but once merited The 1923 naval mil' carrying out ,
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five-five-three ratio has been 10,000 above the same month of a year storms sweeping eastward across the .to. he was a friend for all timo. Itr semiprofossional! ball club ever assembled \ J. 13., Blanchard, A. M., Pinhol-
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{ported to the house. It carries a re-I ago. It also marks an early openingof country which in some parts of the has been truly said: "There can + in Bradford county. E. K. ster, T. B., Baxter, J. D., ('ul1'yV..

of the spring; and summer buying and' central state became tornadoes, resulted >*> be no friendship without conn81 IVrryman, better known (tn baseball A., (Hall, W. II., Bryan, W. E.: Cowart

jjtal appropriation less than$233,221,000 appropriated, or I';Seems to indicate that even moro Ford In at least thirty-two persons. dente" and! this was the secret *> circles us "Preacher" IVrryman, will J. II., Rnlney, J. H., Stump, Fred F.,

|$181,000,000 what the I' cars and trucks will be- sold! in 1922 I killed two missing, 320 injured and i *' of his great popularity among direct the destinies of the club on and Coleman, F.:. N., Edwards J. V., Wilson
Briefly this is
|last
year. 'I' than in 1921* which wall a banner several millions of dollars damage to 0*' his acquaintances. It was. an im- to off the field. Porryman for yours bus E. L., Davis, Jackson! R..,-'Uyal,

bill Cuts does the:\ enlisted personnel from I year. -.- property'according; to incomplete reports I 4. possibility to know i Bill," with- teen one of the best pitchers in organized U. D., Hurnoy n..orltuV..% Ellington

Orders for Ford cars and trucks tonight from tho stricken areas.
95,000 to 65,000, plus 2,000 apprcntiJces. have already exceeded the supply in The three hundred and twenty li 11' dente in him. '. tically every class of professional W. It., Alderman, B. J., Fogg! Chcs--

total substantially intact I I,. many parts of the country, and purchasers ed thus far as injured will include t'l i No member of Bradford Lodge bnsi'bnll from tho Pacific\ to the Atlantic toy, Bryan Sam A., Adams Cecil
officer -
Leaves for the of are finding it necessary to accept ly those in towns which felt the i 0*>. Free and Acc'ptellIIasons, stood and from the Gulf to the Canmlian Morgan J. J., Griffis, John W.

[ excepting dropping I deferred delivery. The Ford fac- I effect of the storms. Scores of others <* all high as he in the estimation >?' b"rl..rn,1, If there is. anything about

( S89 Authorizes reserve officers commissions on active for only duty.200 tory at Detroit is getting into capacity I in sections not directly in the path of I I. of his fellow craftsmen, and his '?>. baseball that ho doesn't know, it has Every: mnn's life I Is! his own, provided J

production as fast ns possible, with the tornado were hurt and the total Is O death will be keenly fl'It-lt Is an ,* not been invented. ho Is not henpecked or a political

|of the 535 first classmen at Annapolis I the hope of preventing a similar believed to be beyond the 500 mark. In i. irreparable loss to tho order. The I! From fifteen to twenty youngsters appointee.

to be graduated in June. shortage when the spring-summer addition several of the injured are In <8> "square" was. moVe than an emblem have been working out at Duncan #

Lays up 25-1 vessels of nondescript I. to him ho lived the prlncl- three weeks t
rush begins. critical condition. ; Field for the past gettingin

[character. allottedthe Ford dealers throughout the United a. Illinois and Indiana are hit hardest, <$,* pies laid down by tho order, "to some first class work. The team ARBUCKLE AC- .,

Eighteen,: battleships are States are urging Ford customersto the list of known dead in Illinois being walk upright before God and that will lik..lyrl'prCl ent Stnrho hat
under the naval ,
| United States place their orders early and thus eleven, while in Indiana nineteen fatalities man, ever remembering that we *> not been picked yet, but it's a (food

(treaty. In rounding out a fleet tho prevent the possibility of having to I already have been reported.The <& are traveling toward that undis4. > I pri'ess that they will lino up as follows QUITTED IN HIS

bill reduces the number of destroyersin wait for delivery.The Illinois reports are believed to be <*> covered country from whose :
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[ commission from 278 to 103; authorizes t> bourne no traveler returns." I complete, but there ore some areas In i Epperson ; second -
81 submarires and all tho first lady of the land complain Indiana from which no word has been & is hard to realize that he **> base; Hitch, first bate. ; Perrymnn THIRD TRIAL fj

((,cruisers and lighter auxiliary craft. th at posing for, so many newspaper I I received communication lines being $> has attended his last session of pitcher: Moore, F., center fielder. ; I' p-

Secretary of the Navy Denby beganfa thotographers, is a tiresome job. But badly hampered. our earthly lodge and thlrit we <8J > person R.. short stop; Alvarez, I.., h

fight Immediately after the bill with had there is always a time to quit. Tonight the storms still were moving will see him no moro until we <$v left field; Lewis, catcher Johns nnd JURY AFTER SIX !MINUTES DK-
flat issue
been reported taking; t eastward!, but apparently had lost arc summoned by the Supreme** Turner' alternating! In the sun garden. MIlKltATION EN liEn LONG 4
fthe contention that it will provide an $ Grand Master to the celestial "t I'
subsiding in most With that line.i ) they will give any
their full strength, DRAWN I.EfiAL: BATTLESnn
of five-
merican navy on the ratio SHOOTS DOWN places to snow or hail, with high I. lodge above. Until that time his <*> ball team in the slate n hard baltl" s

ve-throe. In a formal statement, I will remain .AContributed.
the diminutive'(
r winds. I memory Perry anal It. Epperson, Frnnclsro April 13.-A verlictof h
the House I ,
end In a communication to killed in Missouri ,I. right: hander, who Is noted for his ,rnpid -
|Naval Committee, it is disclosed that WIFE\ ON STREET Two persons were <8> fire, will likely turn in a goodly acquittal" was returned bv n Jurylust
naval I while Kansas, !Michigan and Ohio sustained cross night in the third trial of Roscoe
and! the experts ,
ecretary Denby damage. 110; OO 0 AOO at5Ol' 'a aa r.m y number, of winning games, and] will !
heavy property C. (Fatty) Arbuckle on a mnnslnijjh-
th3 reductionsf
contend that, by ---l..__ altoriinto with the former at short.Wnll .
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the bill bo ter charge growing out of tho dl'l1thIIr
personnel proposed in Tampan Turns Gun on S..Uft..r l Killing Twenty Dead Over 300 Hurt The Hi'itlsh government is reported and W. Epperson;: need no introduction motion plc
Miss Virginia Rnppe,
for ,
f ", ve for Great Britain, three Japan I Woman Ind. 18.-The to ba ready to pay' tho interest on the to titnrke fans, as evervoti"
April
r for the United I II Indianapolis, 'lure actress 'fieJury was out only
and two and 1 a half I number of known tend, as the result of war debts due the United States, but knows they arc (hero with the ll.-ld-: MIX minutes.

I r tates allotted 1 Tampa, April 18.-A series of mat the tornado\ which swept over central i wo doubt it. They<<" don't ell) anything lag, hitting/ and bu,.o runnitnr. 9'h.renrtininr .+ Tho ,,1rL'1\7Jllnt! was deeply nfTt'eti'd.!
battleships
I I,1 Five of the IS rimonial troubles, which had already increased rash over there. 'I : men aro all corners and with
the nnvat limatlon and southern Indiana was lie received the verdict: a (great
o the Unitx-d States by brought. on divorce proceedings, is should Denby tonight to tWl>ntIore; than 300 pl'l'sons -I nigh of relief.; Thoro was no demon- t
' tr.-ai. ,', Secretary says blamed for the shooting to death of injured In the "Nearer God to Theo" I he season U well under! way. warnodHiralnst
t commission for were reported softly san:? My ration, tho court hiving
j\.I of I
\.< pall have to gn out Mrs. W. F. Clark by her husband, I It takes support! to keep n irood
? storm which struck the state near (heTndiannIU'.nnls and l :'Thy Will Bo )D,ne. it. Mrs. Mints' !Dursoo ArImrkla -

En-ropean ; : : "Bill" Clark, and his subsequent suicide : line and lift d ,soon I Williiitn C. Powell was born March ., thing: I lika thin going, so everyone in the defendant's wife, cried,I Icuklly'
\ nbout 11 o'clockat tho should and do what
12-inch ships Monday morning after it loft Willlnmsport, leaving In 2", 18'I!:) In Tinhorn, S. C., and came city turn out | Both i-lio and Arbucklo shook
: tdoned, ; all of the sun streets. to make it succcssfiil and
Madison; and Morgan they can n
those laid nil its wake a mass of wreckage, tho to Starke in January, li'OI.' Ho wa. Immlu with the jurors.

t' will be winded! in Second' line up;will According to an eyewitness, Mrs. I damage ,to which it is. believed will i married to Miss Kloiencp] ; Canova on winning tonal.i The. quick return of tho jury win. nsurprlMu.
submarines of the of little cold! 1 ____
I of commission, ns Clark stood in front n amount to more than a million dol- i the 7th of November, 1)1C! and to this !. Edward. Brown, whose proa-
have to be put out when m:'l' OUT OF 'I TIII I HUTS
the street
stand
drink it corner with the |II .
craft used for trninin I lars. Wire communication union were horn a uujhter: Martha euro on till jury vas objected to by

will all small 'her husband rode up in an automo stricken district: wo still cut off tonight I and! a son, William C. Jr. Mr. Powell the( prosecution, was foreman.: Thcro.
fteservists. bile. She saw him and hud started to I Let There Ho No Dor inn nt Season in
and it was Impossible to ascertain was n devoted husband and father and wale H .slight delay when tho jury re

J DEATH OF :MRS. II. F. WARREN I walk away when, without a word of the exact number of dead. I his d'lUli is a diKtrl'sflinloblow to his I 1'rodiirit Shipping; turned, due to thu absence of the din- v t*

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e warning he is said to have raised a The village of Hedrlek was. the one immediate family, his father, sister. trice attorney.

I Our community--was- made to feelTOBBU I I'ft rillo tohis shoulder and to have begun hardest hit. by the storm only tl.'n''| and brothers. "Bill," UH ho was familiarly ': Thu strawberry shipment i.s now Tho verdict wits by acclamation the
In this di'dino. Tho Irish potato said
'. last. Tue.sdaymorning when the firing. houses were left standing at that i called! by his. host of friends ,deliberation, taking loss than a min.
bean season will not last long. Then
received here stating Mrs. Woman Pleads place. Person returning from the I was noted for his genial, sunny disposition ( ut... Tho addition time was consumed]
i-i'S news was 1 The first bullet fired by Clark shattered will como the sweet! corn and, tomato
Iffl-'H. F. Warren had passed to the great storm swept district report sights of and for being public spirited ty retails. .
Hel1Onl1wl! few cucumbers will also
it
hand. According
while she was in Starke for the woman's right; devastation on every hand. Trees were : to an uhusual degree. He was always Jurors and spectators crowded about
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.I.,A...};!h beyond treatment. to tho police, Clark made curtain shorn of limbs and bark and appeared ready to advance the interests of his bo shipped away. About Juno I 115th ArliiH'klo and his counsel and finally
1 ';medical I the truck shipments are over, and'
" TV Warren had been sick for tho of this shot because the woman like telephone poles. Large timbers town and would give liberally of his bore him off to the Jury room to congrntulnto -
:Mrs.
there will be thetrucker
to
no money coming
her in that and
jfpast two weeks, but her death came was carrying handbag from buildings were driven Into the I time and money to enterprises for improvement him further.
I before October 1st, or thereabouts -
shock to all. 1Irs.Varren was. he knew that the handbag containeda ground; and appeared like so many lie was a member of tho I Arlineklu has no immediate plan
BTluj a when sweet potatoes enter tho
r*operated on in Starke Monday, and 1 pistol. cornstalks. Masons,' Odd Fellows and Modern' markets. Gavin: McNnh, his chief counsel,

the strength to rally after- Satisfied with his first shot Clarkis National Guardsmen were patrol Woodmen.The said: "It was a spendid victory;?
having
, fix not But why should l this interveningseason
. .W'i'wards'' passed away that night at (9 alleged to have calmly] stood within ling the area tonight, and aid is booIng Horn! offerings were profuse. "Tlio jury did its duty" was the
of three and! a half to four
\ few feet of the woman and sent bullet
Wo'clock.!\: I a rendered by the Red! Cross organi and extremely beautiful and besides comment of the assistant district attorney
months he fruitless as far at concernstha
after bullet. into her body. I :
she was zation. Several searching parties have j lent who prosecuted the case.
% Prior to her marriage the great. number of choice pieces production of bringing,
I His second shot, knocked the woman been organized and were combing the I money The third trial began March fl, and. I
Miss Josephine D. Smith of Chicago, j by individuals, the following organizations truck ? Will nothing and
and, to her knees eyewitnesses say. From countryside tonight in the hope of crops grow was longer than either of the previous
111. and was born Dec. 28, 1886, sent handsome pieces made of
mature during this warm spell ? Those
ri ... her half-prone position Mrs. Clark Is of the who have [ hearings, consuming nearly five weeks
II. L. finding some persons
married January G, 1912 to I rare flowers: Masons' Odd Fellows, who have tried to make monthof
said to have pleaded with Clark, every
'. 'Warren. To this union were born two not been accounted for. Officials expressed Ku Klux Klan, Modern, Woodmen, tho bring In du, not, altogether.A : .
year money
"Please don't shoot any more. Cold- the belief that bodies of jurors headed, by Brown
moro
Thomas Warren and of the Confederacy croup
Richard United Daughters
I children think Sf). Tii begin with, sweet corn
blooded Clark continued to fire at tha
Evaline Warren. will be found before morning. I I Woman's Club and Children of the issued n statement, which said:
Anna even sending bullets into her ran, by means of successive plantings,
woman for Roscoe
"Acquittal not enough
w:p II She was laid to rest. at Evergreen Confederacy.The 1 bo mudi to mature to tho middleof
The body while she lay prostrate upon the DEATH OF Wm. C. POWELL: OCCURRED up C.: ArbucUe. We feel that a great
|cemetery, Gainesville, Friday Interment was in Crosby cemetery August. Snap beans, through successive -
sidewalk. '
conducted by TUESDAYThe in charge of the Masonic injustice has been clone him.
services were and
af funeral Emptied His Rifle was plantings may be made to bear
Miss Anna Smith, The active pallbearers "lIe acted! In a manlymanner and
jti$ the Catholic priest. According to tho police Clark emp- lodge. until the sweet potato crop comes In. "
of Starke greatlysaddened
" K sister of Mrs. Warren arrived people were F. L. Turner, F. F. Stump, H. C. i told a straightforward story.
of Chicago, were Peppers grow here excellently anal
tied his rifle and reloaded it. The first
to hear earlyTue day morn I
1$ Thursday and attended the bur. Wall N. Sternberg, Powell Carpener : will yield, heavily all through thu -
however jammed and Clark Is
shell ing that the spirit of William C. Pow. ArhucMe Defense Cost Over $110.000)
1a1 of her sister. and G. A. Anderson; honorary 'summer until late In the fall. All those
said to have brought his pistol into thereat
" her loss hus- ell had passed from this world into Jr. O. L.Hayncs :San;! Francisco April 14. The defense ,
She leaves to mourn a Four shells had been fired from been J. A. Howe J. W. Andrews, products are In much demand all the -
play. beyond. Mr. Powell had
children besides other W. G. Strlngrellow, Roscoe! of Roscoe C. Fatty ArbuckleIn
band and two time and, find a ready Bale.
the The rifle.was .38 calibre
pistol. a seriously ill for about sixteen days
!Mr. and Mrs. Peek. the three manslaughter trials of
latives and friends. Me Lane and S. L. DeRide the above tomatoes
,_ Winchester, the pistol a .38 Smith &: from influenza which developed Into crops
have always made their home to hold his Miss Virginia Rappe cost. more than
arren Wesson. ensued. The deceased leaves may be made to produce for a much

I i Florida, and Mr. Warren has host Apparently satisfied that he had A pneumonia desperate and fight complications was made for his memory dear, hilt wife, Mrs. Florence I I I longer period than the season allot $110,000, not Including attorney's fees

'f friends who sympathize with him killed his wife, the witness said, Clark life by his physicians nurses and devoted Canova Powell; daughter, Martha; ,, ted to. them and okra will grow all it was learned today.

i his loss. calmly turned the pistol upon himself family and hopes were enter son, William C. Jr.; father, L. C. Powell ::' through the summer. We call our. No fees have been received! by defense .

L. O. and Jbhn Powell : selves blessed] for climate attorneys all yet it was explained
; having
brothers a
and sent bullet.., crashing into his ;
a tained for his recovery, but in the .
CARD OF THANKS brain. sister, Mr R. E. Gahaitan, of Savannah that allows of growth during the winter by Gavin McN'ih, chief counsel
flush of manhood at the of
young age
r | sincere thanks His death is said to have been instantaneous. twenty-eight, he was called from this and ai+ ", Miss Etta Tison. II il months. Why not make tnt best for Arbuckle. It was arrangedthat b.
extend our finlncial matter to
We wish to Amonir e out of town relatives of the summer climate, which Is not no were

nd I appreciation ta those who minis- An examination: % of the bodies as world. and,frlennt' (tending tho funeral were ''.too hot to allow growth.during a time >.u._ Jcn-u 'unn. Arburki bane boon I
to during the .i....iess u: our "Death takes by surprise cleared" he said.
' .rc.ed us us !II.
George when
I they lay side by side in the undertaking Mr. and Mrs. John Powell certain produce cannot be grown
+t amity, also the death of our beloved establishment of J. L. Reed showed And stays our hurrying feet; Powell Mr. and Mrs. Jas. II. Baker, farther south. If we want to, we can It U planned to release all of the

ne, Maud. We are thankful for the that In all seven bullets entered the The great design unfinished lies, Mr. and \Mrs. D. T. Clark Mrs. Philip have money coming In every week of Arbuckle films that were completedat
words of sympathy and for the Our lives incomplete." the time of his arrest, it was stat
hid
r adorned body of Mrs. Clark, all centering are Ball, II: G. Richmond Mrs. LaMIra the year. This Is no wild statement I

f .any beautiful flowers that around the heart. The funeral took place Wednesday, Graham, of Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. for examples of its truth may bo ed. Arbuckle himself has no imma-

e mound where she sleeps. We de.Ire But one hole was found in Clark's afternoon at three o'clock from the William Canova and son, Mr. and Mrs. found all around us. late plans. He refused to appear In
also to thank Dr. Middleton! forIs a monologue In local theatres. The
WilliamM.
North Walnut Lonny Canova of Lake City;
body, the bullet having entered his family residence on
i faithful service during our critical head just below his right ear. street, and was attended by an immense Walnwrightfi of Tallahassee\ ; N. I Anyone can get out of trouble by offer was made Immediately after his

Ineas. Two weapons were used by Clark, crowd of sympathizing friends: N. Wainwright, Jr., of Gainesville; the simple expedient of hitting/ upon acquittal."I .
Deal Mr. and Mrs. J. H. I do not care to capitalize my good
Brooks Lang Goodyear of the right plan.
the man seemingly having plannedthat The business houses were closed as a Mrs. Henry: Chace "

.IlIiams. in case the rifle failed to accomplish : mark ?t respect to the deceased and Ocala; R. A. Weeks, of Brooker; Allan I! __________ fortune so soon after achieving it,
Arbuckle laid. "There Is sentlmen.tallsm -
oracle the best his purpose he would still have many persona from out of town attended Canova, of Jackapnville; Mr. and The best way to convince a woman
According to a local the funeral. The last sad rites Mrs. R. Gahasan and children, of against her will Is to swear the U attached to the experience of
1 the pistol as reserve.
kit la fly Is before it begins acquittal that must come before any
r m. to Both the body of Mrs. Clark and were conducted by Rev. J. J. Bullen, Savannah: R. R. Tlson, of Tarboro, right.A .
commercialism. I will return! to my
fly. that of her husband fell upon the of the First Baptist church, and a S. C.; Mr. and MM. U. J. Beckham and
: of Hardeevlllc, Jail !la of,no value as long as It profession when I consider It properto
kick. They find it Madison street sidewalk within a few: choir composed of Mrs. A. Z. Adklns, Mrs. J. C. Jennings, II "
do
Some men never work. I feet of each other. I T. T. Long, Mr. and) Mrs. A. E. Wall S. C. remains empty. so.
ore profitable to .

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k FUU IAY, APRIL 21, 1922.
: TWO HRAfFORU COUNTY TELE+.RAI'II. AI'11th E. FUHUII\ -
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'U' FLOOD WATER COVERS I I I matter was dropped. The tarn" .r I

SCRAPPING OF BETRAYER .I-I 233: ; SQUARE MILE:I since as before, has been left to "It, I
_____ I'I i mercy of the elevator interests, w,, i
Jar I what result he can tell you.
PE' NNLmlS' New Orleans! April 18.-Report*
': The recant ihar.feu: all mo acre, t ...
NAVY A COSTLYUNDERTAKING FACES DEATH from Helena, Ark., that approximately -
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!, i'J5:!: square niiles, of land in the ship of the United States mint ?
which shows
were quired inventory, i
lower part of Phillips county
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SPELLS I Man Who Caused Execution: of British covered by flood waters from White 1 Undo/ 8U1is providing stora-o:
War Nurse Convicted and Arkansas rivers which are backed about three billions of dollars in
i up by the high sta 'u of the Mississippi >i owned by private interests"" for win, >

GOVERNMENT: OFPTCMLS ANTICIPATE Q! Condemned to death at :Mona, Bel- river, gave a must serious aspect I i I it furnishes paper money much 111.r.
WO M>SS IN THE gium, a few days ago for treason to the flood situation today. I j ji I convenient to use. This gold, in <'
x t SHIP JUNKINGThe BKiiinst Belgium and her allies, Ar- I j i The village of Atelwood, in the and bullion, aggregates( n third of t UK i,
f mum! Joannes is to pay with his life flooded urea, was reported covuied in
American worships to he scrapped axtal for the part he played in bringing from eight to ten feet of water while i include that "in circulation" in li j
in accordance with the terms of I'cnn's is about the arrest and execution of the Elaine is completely surrounded by vaults of bunks as reserve. DeMit]
the recently ratified naval limitation packed air-tight in the i heroic British War nurse, Edith Va- i water, with water a few inches deep ,II ,, treaty will bring/ the United States patented new container-the quality ', veil, by the Germans. j I in the streets. I II 1 1i lions of silver and other assets in the
less than half of one cent on the dollar ; is scaled in. No mention of the Cavell case was I J i Railroads and all vehicle traffic has various vaults of the mint servlc(..

according to opinions of experts 1'enn's is made in Jeannes" trial. Miss Cavell been stopped in the flooded areas and The difference between the stoYam.
The original outlay for these vessels always fresh. I had many co-workers in the dangerous I' few people remain in their homes to 'I of the farmer's grain and the bank r'-,

was In excess of $500,000,000, while Buy Pcnn's the next time. Clean task of helping British prisonersto tuke chances with the high water. gold would be hard to distinguish,

the most they are expected to bring + -fresh-sweet.AIRTIGHT escape from the Germans. The i Practically all live stock has been yet one I Is paternalism, fraught with
j'' when put up for sale n" junk Is $2- brave nurse, according to these persons moved to higher ground. danger to our Institutions, while tbe

1 500,000. The probability is that the realized from the beginning that A hurry call for levee buiHers was other-is a government function,.
net return will be considerably less. sooner or later she would be detectedin sent out from Arkansas City today Dearborn Independent

The very bent price warships have her work of releasing Allied pris- and men were rushed to that point toI
boon bringing/ at junk sales, this beIng : oners but she continued her efforts aid in strengthening the levee. no loss I II I Brainless people are fortunate. They

.:. ? based on figures from the disposition nevertheless.! I lot life has been repert!.'(!. are never troubled with brainstorm
{ of vessels at the Philadelphia Among the most active of Miss Cu-
navy yard, in $:> a ton. There are ap- vell's assistants during the war was''l, fbe Quinine '..At Outs !Not Affect l.,...> flu I IB
I RELIGION AND: POLITICSi
r proximately 550,000 tons of ships to an unassuming chambermaid known i ,,,,",,,.. of Its tonic and laxo'iva: effect. .. (A
IIV"bRO.MO UU1NIM5 Tub eta) eau Ln. i .h. ,
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be sold, and, if thin price were to be generally as Mary, who now wears I bv iihniit rauolni) ni>rvf>urfnum>ur i in P,'
maintained the blouse and j Following a poltical[ campaign in tho'Iu.atl.I E.W.GROVE S nUiauiru on h.a .
revenues would come medal on her blue working _
to $2,750,000, out of which, of course, has a diploma signed by Lord Curzon i which undue prominence been J'lv-1 j'
a<- I is to be paid certain costs of sale. conveying the thanks of the British, en to the religious faith of the 1H: DlmD<:lIIllrnJllltIt nurnmmJlJlHmHIJmQ1'I '
Roar Admiral David W. Taylor, tho government to her for distinguished I of this paper, who was a candidate for I
4 chief constructor of the navy, la at the service in aiding British soldiers tescape. o, tffice, It may not be amiss
head of a special board of admirals Guaranteed by 'to clear his own conscience and as-
studying the best means of disposing Another of the brave civilians who sert his faith, without being open to ---
of the warships. The board is about ;L worked with Miss Cavell in freeing I| the intimation that it is done for any
ready to make its report recommend. Allied soldiers was M. Charles Leo I' other reason than to publicly refuted
Ing a plan for the disposition of the .wiwYw.e.Yall lerc, a small jeweler, who himself ha j j mis-statement and correct misunderi -
vessels for i standing in a matter that vitally con- 25
the best interests of the a narrow escape when German sol cent
government and in compliance with fittings that can be used in other KILLED STARVING TOTS I diers searched his place for evidence.-I I corns him, and is in no sense a qualification I
the terms of the treaty. vessels," Rear Admrlel Taylor ex- I Dr. Tollemache Bull, a member of the for holding public office or a
Under the program which is likely plained. "Furniture, for Instance, will Russian Soldiers in Port of Odessa British colony in Brussels, and several ban to seeking political preferment.
to be recommended, the vessels are to be taken off. Furniture does not last Bayonetted Boys and GirlsA others have been given recogni By birth, training and personal acceptance -
r be stripped of portable furnishings, I long at sea and the navy is buying or tion for the aid they gave British soldiers I am a Methodist. I cherish Want Adwill
a navigation instruments, guns and all building furniture all the time. All tale of famine, brutality and oth- held prisoners by the Germans. 1 reverence for the indoctrination and
similar equipment, then sold to the the navigation Instruments will be re er horrors was related by Capt. M. L. The Battle of Mons left the woodsfull experience growing out of close as-
highest bidder. They are not all to moved as will be other Instrumentsof I Hart, of the steamship Deepwater, of British soldiers who refused to I fcociation with a saintly father, whoministry
I be put up at one time, because of a use only aboard battleships. At i which returned recently to Baltimore, surrender to the Germans. Many of j I spent three score years in the sell a
danger of injuring the junk market, for stripping! the ships much beyond :Md., from Odessa, Russia. The Deepwater I the British wounded were brought din n of the Christ. I was taught in early
and to keep from glutting the ship this point, except for the guns, I can- I I was one of the Russian relief the hospital ambulances. Among life:and have seen manifested In later
wrecking market, which, in America, not see how this is advisable. steamers which left Baltimore in January ( these was Lieut. Col. Gibbs, of tho life, the fallacy of substituting church
la small. "The suggestion that the United ( Duke of Wellington's West Riding I of that denomination, and whose daily I $$200 Horse
Much more time than is commonly States go into the junk business we I j. Toward the end of February the Regiment. The duke undertook to co walk in life was a living example of
supposed Is allowed for the disposition do not regard as feasible. It would j[ Deepwater reached Odessa and was ordinate the efforts of the Belgian the appropriation of the saving power
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rJ, uj a me vessels me treaty provides not, In any way, solve the problem at met at the dock by thousands of children population to assist the escape of allied ["preference, for allegiance to vital
p that the warships are to be put out of the navy yards for keeping the work- virtually unclothed and showing! I soldiers from German prisons. I Christianity. or a
I service as such within six months after ers employed, for the simple reason" unmistakable signs of starvation. While he was aiding Belgians to es I It Is not my purpose to arraign others -
f,, the exchange of ratifications between that the wrecking of a ship la work They swarmed about ready to beg for cape, Dr. Bull often met Miss Cavell[ |. but, is It not passing strange that
the powers, and that after thata for common labor, while the employes 1 food as soon as unloading of the ship and discussed with her the difficulties I1 i in an age such as ours there should be
year is allowed for their final breaking of the navy yarda are highly skilled.i:, was begun, but only to be driven away of the situation with her until he was 1 'j(,many who magnify out of duG proportion Car
't up, or altogether a period of 18 "The junk that will come off the by Russian soldiers. Capt. Hart said i placed under arrest by the Germans I In ,: the demonlnational bigotry: ac- r $$1000
months from the time of the exchange vessels will be copper, brass, certain II 1 those who resisted were bayonettcd. 1916 for his activities. The physicianI i j I companying lives lacking In real vital
; of ratifications. Just when the exchange machinery, such as small engines and Capt. Hart refused to allow any of says that the work of Miss Cavell Christianity i and experience, substitut-
: will take place nobody knows motors; plumbing, which Is of high', his crew to go ashore, but one night I complicated by her desire to guard the '''ting; In the place of these essentials
4 as yet. grade, and a small amount of wood.! two of the men slipped away. They interests of the-owners, of the nurslnlllI I,!,ROme meshaniom of worship? or a
c The recent ratification of the naval Hut more than 00 per cent of every spent a night of horror before they 'I school which she headed. I Much\ of the lament frequently
+' treaty by the United States senate Is battleship is steel." were able to work their way back on I Miss Cavell was imposed upon, because ,heard, about the decadence of christ-
1' only a part of tho procedure Thu I board, according to reports they related I of her self-sacrificing nature, by J,'!'ianity would be stilled, perhaps, if
other signatory powers, Great Britain ALCOHOL AUTHORSHIP on their return. They told of 'many Pl.t'sonswho were less bravo 1 more attention was paid by church n $$10,000
Japan, Franco and Italy, must seeing men lined up against a wall i tHan she The jeweler Leclerc engraved -l, and churchman, to heart experience .
notify the American government of Our English cousins are worried ov- and shot of women and children deadIn false German passports for and less to denominational allegiance.
their ratification, and it must bo proclaimed er the effect of prohibition on the production the streets from starvation, and, the fugitives until he was warned that The fact that n man is a Baptist, Pre!!-
before the period of disposing of American literature. They of seeing three trainloads of dead beIng i'[ the Germans intended to raid his i' byterian, Methodist Episcopalian or
i the warships is to begin.In tire convinced that an Intimate relation shipped out of the city to be bur- place. I' Catholic carries little weight beside i Farm
a way, this I Is regarded ni. fortunate exists between alcohol and auth- led In a hole in Jhe outskirts. I I the query: "Is he follower of the i
by those charged with the disposition orship. With out writers deprived of Capt. Hart asserted that the peoplA HIGHLAND Christ, grounded in the appropriationof
of the warships, because just liquid stimulus they fear no enduring of Odessa thought that the I. W. W. I his saving and keeping power, subverting -
at this time, the junk market is at avery literature can como out of America. had conquered the United States, and I Highland, April 21.-R. W. Vaughnwas his will to the impression of
low ebb. If the vessels worn, to They don't even wait to see.what our that they are sending the grain a business visitor to Jacksonville conscience, the light of God's Word, I
be put up for sale today they prob- authors can do under the exclusive inspiration I them. Saturday. and the direction of the Holy Spirit?"
ably would bring much less than $5 a of ice cream soda,. root beer II tOj Mr. and Mrs. !'. D. Lang, Misses -Gainesville Sun.
ton. The expectation Is, of course, and lemonade.It I NOT DEAD, BUT SLEEPING Lois and Elmer Lang and Grace Pad a What is more economical -
that the market will recover by the will be news to many persons that gett were shopping in Stake Satur- HUT LOOK WHOSE OX WAS COKED (
time the warships are to be destroyed. booze was responsible for the masterpieces The bonus bill, passed by the house day. j and profitable
of Hawthorne Emerson i i :333 to 70, when received by the W. M. made -
in all, the United States must dispose Long- sen- | Wimberly a trip to
of 27 warships, 1(5 of which are I fellow and Thoreou. If Lowell and ate was referred to the finance com- Lawtcy Saturday.Mrs. Some years ago, a shudder spread than a want
.; completed, and 11 partly built. The Whittier drew heavily upon alcoholic mittee. In this same committee another I I II. C. Wimberly and Miss Eth over the continent at a proposition, for
completed vessels have a gross tonnage inspiration the fact has been carefully bonus bill is peacefully sleeping. el Ricks were visitors to Jacksonville the relief of agriculture, that government ad in this ?
,; of 250,000 tons, while the ships I concealed. Edgar Allan Foe Is about Possibly! this Inst one will! long ]keep Thursday.Mr. provide storage for grain crops paper
that were in building were to have a the only "horrible example" In American 'company' with the first. It 1 is not, .' and Mrs. Leslie Grim, of until a glutted market could be relieved What have
gross tonnnge of 830,000 tons, but actually literautre who would serve the however, dead "already yet. :Maxville, were visitors here last Sun and prices resumed normality. you
at the present period of completion purposes of the oldfashioned temper- j The senate is less concerned about day.Rev. The thing was not to be thought' of. II to sell?
around 300,000 tons. ance lecturer. Some of his stories political conditions next fall than the I J. F. Conway, of Green Covej Financial circles led the hue and cry &:
1. Since the negotiation of the naval read as If they had been written whilehe house Is. Senators are elected by |I j Springs, filled his regular appointment against such paternalism, 'and the :I.eBiJifl'I,.'
i treaty at the recent Washrington con- was in an abnormal mental state, states the political complexion ofi I at the Baptist church Saturday )<:nOIItJ1mun'Dwm'Dn""IJCItD ) ference for the limitation of armament but there is reason to believe that the which Is not so easily changed as that and Sunday. -- -
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many suggestions have been reports of his dissipated habits were '101 congressional districts. And senators I Rev. J. L. Strickland left Saturdayfor

V made of disposing of the vessels. The much exaggerated. i'I Are harder to get to than repre- Manning for a week's stay.
idea that the ships might bo sunk in During the years, immediately pre- j i 1 fentatives are, therefore do not worry I Misses Beth Wimbeily and Ethel
much the same way as were the German ceeding the prohibition era, soy from I very much about annoyance from the i Ricks, Mrs. II. C. Wimberly, Max

r.+ warships turned over to the Unit 1890 B. V. (before Volstead) down to friend of the bonus. Besides, senators :|I Wimberly and R. W. Vaughn motoredto l li
1918, after the of just now are much Kingsley lake Friday.
ed States under the terms of the armistice passing our giants very engaged
4 was discarded as needless- of literature, there was as much liquorin I with the treaties handed over by he Mrs. Percival Sayward left Monday i li
4 waste. The suggestion that the clculutlon as there was years ago, limitations conference, while tho tariff for her home in Rochester, N. Y., lL't .Llti
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be converted into merchantmen vessels but somehow it did not stimulate our (I. also very important, awaits con- after a motith's visit hero with her

has also been dropped, m it is not authors of that period to equal the achievements I:' bideratiqn. The senate Is not slecpInir parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Hud -- -
permitted under the term of the trea- of their illustrious pre- :',| if some very Important legislation son. f
ty. decessors. There was no prohibition '''appears to be. }o'. C. Carter was a business visitorto +.

One proposal was that the government to blame for the decline of American I'I No, neither the Senate nor the bo- I Jacksonville Morday. I Elberton Blue Georgia Granite
s undertake the task of breakingup literature from the high standard: of nu bill is dead, but the deliberate Mr. and Mrs. McClendon, of Max .
the ships, congress appropriating the classical Boston school. I manner In which the senate goes ville, were visitors here Sunday. 1THE STONE ETERNAL"

., enough funds to hire the Reading maketh a full man, but'' about things may make both seem so. Mrs. Lizzie Austin and children, of And GEORGIA MARBLE
men to do the work. Experts necessary, however there Is no proof that a man must be .|' When the senate gets good and ready Jacksonville, arrived Monday for a injU ivarioua .hadea make
pointed out that employment could full to write well. Booze Is the foe of it will act and not before. In the few days' visit with her parents, Mr.
be given idle men by private concerns the highest mental and physical cfric- | meantime there*ie splendid opportunity and Mrs. S. J. Starling. MEMORIALSRenowned

and that the government would find it iency. Under Its influence a man may | for both friends and 'foes of Mrs. Bailey Lang and children, Lois,
cheaper to call for bids. This, it is imagine he Is accomplishing wonders I the bonus bill to see where they are Elmer, Mildred, Elwood and Carl, left
said is the plan which will be follow.) but the clear, sober brain I I.* needed at.-Ex. Monday for their home at Otter Creek I FOR
ir ed. for straight thinking. Shakespeare;I after a pleasant visit here with Mr. ARCHITECTURALDIGNITY:

i Among the many suggestions received according to tradition, was not a shining I There Is one thing a woman can I I. iind Mrs.' David Lang. and EVERLASTING ENDURANCEThree
q-, was one by Rear Admiral Me- light of the Stratford Total Abstinence never forgive in her husband, and ,! Willie Oliver, of Jacksonville, spent
Society but he wrote: "That that Is to kiss the other woman more Sunday here visiting friend *
Kean commandant essential
at Mare Island factors tobe
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,conaidered in
should i often than he does her. buying moo
men
Cal., who proposed that 12 of the old! put an enemy in their I uments, are, BEAUTY
' be mouths to steal away their brains." If certain congressmen are determined PERMANENCY. APPROP-
battleships used to extend the
bteakwater at San Pedro Cal. Ills :Many great authors have bran addicted I There Is one good thing the divorce to destroy our heaviest armor RIATENESS. You have the assurance of'this combi-
proposal provided that the boats be to drink, but their achievements courts does-It gives husband No. :2! we suggest that they include their nation when buying: our material.COGGINSIMARBLE '
the
were in spite of and not on account of opportunity to Judge whether hus- own hides.
completely stripped and all materialsialvage.1
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Gttinesvile News. deserves praise or censure. CO. CANTON
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+ and then be taken out and ,
Large numbers of Russians are said I Leading Manufacturer of the South
11 sunk, thus providing a quiet anchorage It's not trouble for a pretty be to cannibalism, Field
Only Ono "UROMO QUININE" woman to resorting to escape or Special Representative,
for the pacific fleet in Los Angeles i I
w. to get the ff 'tiuln*,cltt, for lull aunt. 1.AXA to marry for money, but it's a whale starvation. That ought to !Increase W. ELLERY DAVIS STARKE
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harbor. .BKOMOUUININB.. o"'orol"oalo.o, I of a job to extract it from n tightwad their value in their own esti FLA.
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FRIDAY APRIL 21, 1922. BHADFOKlt COUNTY TELEGRAPH FLORIDA j
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t, mmmmmml1jCll1.ll1l1! !O1Ch'StDpttptptpiCS 1t0II/tt3Lpti8yc/ effects of shell! shock sustained} whilehe I CON VENT10NJ'IEOGRAM: ents Rev and Mrs E. D. foyer
was fighting 'in France and rendered Rev. E. D. Bayer filled his appointment
.News of Florida in Short Paragraphs temporarily insane, H. D. Pre- The fifth Sunday convention of the at thu Ilnptist) church Sunday

UMVMHB .rtfcMU r>i>*k-i>mUMIf.*.. +,...".'''UP''', '.. i.. vatt electrician and globe trotter, a i Disciples of Christ of Bradford and morning! and evening.
member of the electricians union at i STRENGTHVITALITYHAPPINESS\ Union counties will be hold at Long! :Miss Lena Friego returned to Jack-
I Yt,1 Live State NewstlaYMyMMrtYWMltltlaL.YBYIYtltlYYYYWIWYWYYYYrYI : St. Augustine, shot and killed Stewart i Bridge April 211-30' 102:!:,!. sonvillu Sunday after spending ,sometime
g Austin, a Tojnpa sailor and seriously These disciples, desiring to be known t ut the homo of her mother near '1
... wounded a Key West citizen as Christians only, but not the only Law toy. ,j
Told by Our Exchanges aMwwwu when the steamship Cuba entered the Christians, are seeking to restore to I :Miss Nello Roberts was a visitor to I
Tampa harbor Sunday morning. the divided body of Christendom( and' Starke Sunday.
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to the world the of God'sNew
li.u" .u -- WI A MESSAGE TO PEOPLE IN POOR simplicity Mrs George Cousins of Jacksonville -
Said to have been diaapointcd in 1 Thursday April 27, the new bridge i' A feud of several weeks standing HEALTH WHO WANT TO Testament plan of salvation for spent a :few days last week with f
love Albert E. Wood of Jacksonville I from Cortez to Anna Maria key will culminated in the heart of the downtown HE WELLIf all men under the tutelage of the Holy friends here. ,<
swallowed with suicidal intent several be officially opened by the biggest celebration section of Miami into a revolver Spirit and by the inspired word, that Mrs. W. V. Me Loan, of Jacksonville .
tablets of bichloride of mercury at I ever pulled of?. The special battle during which O. M. Callahan a you are in poor health merely wo may all come In the unity of the spent several days last week with relatives 't
ks! home Sunday afternoon. I'committee appointed by the board of contractor was shot several times from a general run-down condition spirit and the bond of peace.Saturday near Lawtey.A. .J.

n trade to work out the plans for tho I. perhaps fatally by J. F. Goodman a get some Gude's) Pepto-Mangan of R. Bowden, of Jacksonvile was 'f.
The body of L. F. Hursthouse of i I celebration have been busy and have carpenter. Callahan's brother is alleged your druggist alld' take it with your 10 a. m., Opening devotional-" Mrs. a visitor to Lnwtey Sunday.
Lakeland was found with a bulletI made some preliminary announce- ,to have wrested a revolver from meals for a few weeks or until you B. Sapp. Miss Verlie Sapp) of Starke, visited
wound from a pistol through his tejn- I ments. a policeman during the melee and it feel right again. Fepto-Mangan Is a 10:15: n. m., Welcome address-M. friends during tho week-end. '
pies. The pistol a weapon of Ger I: required two officers to keep him from wonderful tonic and blond! builder andis J. Sapp. Charles Shepard of Hilliard was a
man make was still in his hand. The plant of tho Florida Mills Co., shooting Goodman. Goodman had to very pleasant to take. It does not 10:30: 1\. m., sponse-J. Allan. visitor to town Monday. .11
at Sumica which was destroyed by a be beaten to the ground before he act lite a miracle. Its effects are 10:45: a. m., What constitutes a well Mr*. W. E. Torode was a visitor to
Chipley is spending $60,000 on a fire about a year ago has been rebuilt could be handled by the officers. gradual but real and sure. It con- ordered} congregation with once a Jacksonville Tuesday.
paving program and as a result many and work will start! immediately. tains iron in a form easily digested: month preaching Ernest Thornqucst. Henry Bennett of Jacksonville was
more men are employed in that town I I The mills are owned by a French com- Grady Reynolds and Jake Hudnall and absorbed by the system. For thir- 11:15) : n. m., How deepen the spiritual transacting business here Monday
than formerly. Large gangs have already pany that owns about 40,000.00feet whose homes are near the Ocala national ty yean Gude's Pepto-Mangan has life of members of our congregation Mrs. James Burr left Sunday for
been engaged. of lumber in Polk county. The new forest were bound over to the been used by physicians as a tonic for -E. Williams. her home in Cincinnati 0., after a
I, plant cost $10,000 and will turn out fl'deralltrand jury at Ocala by United run-down people. Don't continue to 12:00: m., Adjourn for dinner. visit of several weeks in Lawtey look
Three hundred and sixty building around 35,000 :feet of lumber per day. States Commissioner Williams in con be weak nervous, and hralu'hy-take :3:00 p. m., Devotional. -Mrs. John ing after the property interests of
permits with an aggregate value of I nection with fires in the forest last Gude's Pepto-Mangnn and restore B. Crews. her sister! !Mrs. A. M. Van Dyko.
$349,816( represented Jacksonville's I Announcement of his plans for the summer which caused hundreds of vour good health. Thousands have 2:15: p. m.. Exposition of 2nd 1 Cor. Ollio Marr of Highland was a visitor 1 ,
contribution to the state's building construction of a $200,000 hotel at thousands! of dollars worth of damage. been helped back to health by it-you tat h chapter, 1-llh verse. here Friday."
record for the month of March. I South Bench Miami was made) by M. I After they were bound over in the sum can be benefttted if you will accept The grace of the Lord Jesus ChristJ. Mr. and Mrs.\ C. W. George; visited .,
J. Roughan builder of hotels in many of $2,500 each Reynolds and Hudnull this truth and act now. Sold in both B. Crows relatives In Highland Sunday und I
Mary Teressa Menendez 18 months I resorts of the North and East! The were re-arrested on a direct charge of liquid and tablet form.-Adv. The love of God--':'T. N. K<,ndrlck. Monday.\

of age found a bottle containing gasoline new hotel will include 123:; rooms, each having set fire to the forest and were Tho communion of the Holy SpiritJ. Miss! Geneva Mott of Jacksonville,
on a chair at her home in Tam- with bath, large dining hall, ballroom released under $2,000 bail. A TRIKUTK TO THE SONS: ()to' N. Doughtery. spent Sunday with relatives in Law "
pa where her mother had left it The spacious porches and will bu thoroughly i COMMON: TOIL Ono verse of song following each tey.

child drank from the bottle and died ( modern in its every iippoint- The Indian Prairie Cattle Company ,lul within an hour. I ment. has: been organized at Moore Haven, Editor, Telegraph: 7:00: p. m., Devotional-Miss Francis visitor hero Saturday '
I through a combination of New York My heart prompts me to write n few 1\1 II rrhe('. Doyle Boyer of Jacksonville, spent'i'
The city cou;;;:Jf Live Oak has Aubrey Nichols in jail at Jacksonville and Florida: interests. The ranch holdings lines for the encouragement of tho un- 7:15: p. m., Prayer and praise ser a few days this week with his parents 1,
contracted with a Jacksonville firm for : was indicted} by the Volusiacounty are in the Istokpoga and Indian dramatic heroes of commonplace life. vise Rov. and l Mrs. K.. I). Hoyer. ,il i
the building of a 40 by 100 foot swimming grand jury on a charge of rape Prairie section. Fencing has been For those who have done no great 8:00: p. m., rmoll--W. E. Dauiih- Ury tinnier: of Jacksonville, spent
pool. The water reservoir will growing, out of the attack and robberyof completed and the Indian Prairie canal works, but who have great hearts and erty. Sunday with relatives.Mr. ..
have a capacity of 300,000 gallons and a woman resident of that city last is now being dug by the Everglades !great souls. These deserve a word! of I 8-l5: : p. m., Benediction.Snnday and Mrs.\ Arthur Cooper of ., '
will cost $9,200.Liquors I December. The coiijt was requested by drainage commission. This canal encouragement anti, a bit of praise. Jacksonville; wero guests Sunday, of
the jury to obtain more deputies to will provide the drainage where The carpenter the painter tho farmer I 9:15: a. m., Prayer and praise service Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Rowe. f
valued at more than $10- insure the safety of Nichols duringthe necessary but it is stated that a great the street the garbageman -S. II. DoildH., :Mrs' Ira Rivers returned[ to her
swot-pern
000 including red and moonshine will trial the date of which has not deal) of the acreage is already available the brick man, tho strawberry 0:30: a. m., How can the convention home in Green Cove Springs Sunday 'h t;
be destroyed in the yard of the Duval' yet been set. I for ranch purposes. The ranch picker in "hort. tho whole "Overall bo made of greater spiritual benefit after spending n few days with her
county jail April 21th. The public is I will consist of 100,000 acres. [Brigade." Round Table. parents, Mr.\ and Mrs.\ David Durban.M. :
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invited, to witness the destruction.The A flight from Hampton Roads to 10:10: a. m., Magnet service.-E. L. Tioailluiltjs pf Jacksonville! 'I
Pensacola naval Air station In seven I More than one hundred men are under Prnino these heroes ot common toil. Thnrnquest. spent Sunday with his family. '"
Stanton poultry farm at DeFu- hours and twenty-five minutes was arms at Homestead and Florida Speak kindly to them and their commonplace 11:10: a. m., H'rmnn-J. Mullady. Tho strawberry' season in rapidly i 1
work will mount to higher ;
niak is doinir a big business and has reported :from tho local station Wed City as the result of a reign. of terror I a 11:1": n. m., Communion. drawing to a clone, only about ono refrigerator 4 ,
more orders! than can be filled. The nesday. The flight was made in an there the last ten days, during which level and life will mean more to 12:00: ( m., Adjourn for dinner. car being shipped daily. J
farm has only been established a short F-5-L plane and to the minute tho I there have been two incendiary fires, I thorn. This. is the thing they need- 2:15: p. m., Devotional-Mrs. S. II. Prices have dropped' somewhat, selling, {'.,
' time but is-I already paying handsome flight continued without a stop from besides attempts to burn other buildings encouragement and praise. 1)0,1,1.) at tho IllItfOl'ntlul first pint of this
ly. E were valued at $700. I swept up[ tho beach, exactly seven by tho officials of the towns I praise In this numberless multitude of W. Miller. successful xeumm mill fl'lInall reportsIt '
: hours anal twenty-fivo minutes after and of the Homestead bank. Tho federal 1, unstored ft' and labor They accomplish 3:15: p. m., l\IIRslonl\ry-l\fr\ Bosnia has been tits mast profitable' strawberry ,f
Growers Association I off the Virginia field. I state and authorities have : i no !great thing' Theirs uro no McGruiler.
at
TheM'I' "!'<.1 t County taking county prop In the history of Law.tpy; '
.. d.' ".1 1 a carload of celery to I I I been appealed to. The trouble started 'i mikhty achievements. They seem to 1:00: p. m., Reports of eontt<>oll. and} If we are not niintaken Lnwtey I ]
: San Fini''i, 1-0< Friday evening. The I I With two bullet holes In his head two weeks ago when a .general lockout I''i fount fur little when compared with I 7:15: p. m.. Devotional-Mr..1\. was tho first plm-o lu, Florida! : to plant' .
C-fllif"' I burrs. paid $3:: per crate in I' the dead body of a neji'O identified Against nbout a dozen tomato I'resldl.'ntBtut'sl'llen.' philosophers Sapp. I strawberries/ for shipment, 30 years ti t]
Brndciit ,v', "i for the car. Since the as Herbert Richardson, was found inn packers who went on a strike was declared I i, millionaire ami poets. How can wo I 8:00: p. m., Illustrated} sermon "A mitt,, nml we can gladly say she has
freeWnmti": county has shipped a'''' clump of bushes near the St. Augustine by four tomato packing plant's., I 1 ,raise men whose lives show no distinguished Well DroHHod Man"--II. Blake. I held her own, although\ wa have had,
i : great r.. "> >1\- .ais to western markets !j highway, a short distance from One plant soon burned. The bank i' eX"I.lIl'1wy'f'hut.' ; Is there Churches of the two counties please M few oil"
I the outskirts of South Jacksonville at which received the threatening letters ,, beneath! the dusty overalls, of tho send at toast one delegate each with --seasons.--_

The i 'p.> .,' mind' grapefruit bloom 1 1 an early hour Sunday morning The finances the packing plants. teamster !or the drnb uniform of tho I nport.I cna.svm: > DicsKitvi: :'11m t'IHm
this. sea "ii.\ k i i (Hie heaviest that has ,1 officers investigated the case and later I ,I hurter to )I rll heVhy., kind render, I Respectfully, ADMIRATION: (lit SYMPATHY:
all
S been s.n in y 'ass. Not only is the ; took in custody .Tames Patton a negro The story of how the bito of a cot- a thousand things, but most of Tho Committee.
outsideif) the trees covered with tho I' who is said! to have been with ton mouth moccasin, the most deadly throe" heroes of common toii'Ieep right/, Young, Klrlx who wish to avoid unpleasant ,
". blossoms and l buds! but there is an ex- Richardson late Saturday night. Hof Florida snake;, might have ended on the even tenor ot their way. I.AWTKYLawley : experiences should not accept -
a ceptionally large inside bloom in many II the career of one of the world's greatest | Tho skies above them are often ray I I invitation from stranger for
W of the grove. It's a good start for a Benjamin Husker 6fl, Norwegian surgeons wan told at the luncheon and the road they travel with tired April 21.-J. W. Harbor motor rides Thu Idea 1 1 Is old 1. but ik ,;.
" 35:: successful year.Hydrochloric fomer oiler aboard the tank steamer of the Orlando Rotary Club which Dr. feet runs monotonously on thru rust was transacting business in Stance on I bears repeating./ '
I Kemp: who was a patient in St. Luke's Howard Kelly noted surgeon of Johns ami sand day) after day. They (crawl Friday.Mr. I f The Michigan normal school girls'
acid is being used now i i hospital Jacksonville took his own : Hopkins University of Baltimore, attended us\ it w'rr. instead of run. What Is und Mrs. S. W. Leach and son, have attained publicity lately u* a result
{" Ji by moonshiners in Florida to make life there early Saturday morning by i, as the guest of Mayor E. G. there to prnlso' in them ? Why their Edward, of Jacksonville, were (guests/ of accepting the utter of a strange
f ,' mash ferment quickly according. to'I slashing his throat nnd opened the Buckworth. Dr. Kelly who is enjoying It"inon./ There Is a sublime type of Sunday at the homo of Mr. and. Mr*. I yifung millionaire and Iris, mule com- .
(''the sheriff's office at DcLand. Depu- ': veins in his wrist with a razor. hasher -I' a vacation in this state was engaged hi roism-just going on, when one realizes I A. A. Smith. 1 1I plln Inn to take them home from n *
| ties late yesterday raided a still near I had been in tho hospital for ten : in his favorite hobby of catching 1 ho: can never go up. And this Mrs.' J, E.: Brown of Waycross Pa., 'I dunce Finding, themselves being curried t
>here and found a quantity of the acid days a successful operation having I snakes on the Kissimmee prairies! realization grips the heart of many ahem I Is spending a few days in Luwtey thisweek. off into the country instead of to.
E among the white lightning ingredi- been performed upon him. It Is said! when he was bitten by the moccasin.! of commonplace life and yet he I wards. home, ono of the girls jumpedfrom ,
| ents. he was recovering rapidly und would I An antidote applied at once, was effective 'noes: on. Many of them ore wenry. Mrs. Catherine Teare was. a visitor Iho car und was hurt seriously. t
I have been discharged in a short time. Many, are discouraged and yet they to Sturke Wednesday.Fortune I Great i i..+ the resultant scandal and} thu
Al Lucas negro charged with u peep- I ro o n. Many are foot sore and. -heartsore. Moulin and daughter/ ; Mrs.. young plutocrat has been haled into
m ling' into the homo of a Milton resi- I Tho custom heretofore In vogue in Lieut. F. I. Ericcson commander of Many of thf'l1arn halt ana L. .T. lluync'S.'of Jacksonville: were I court. He doubtless iliiservea punishment -
dent was taken from officers ati midnight I Jacksonville of permitting tho use of a division of tho Atlantic seaplane maimed from accident Inridont'to tho guests Sunday of'Mr. and Mrs. M. us being directly responsible for
while on his way to jail and his I lobby space in local banks to committees squadron in training: at Key Went, I life, of common toil, und, yet they go on I I'ailirett.Mr., I the outcome of the, ride, but tho girls
." 'captors n band of unidentified! men I in charge of drives, campaigns: and Machinist Mate Miller hud a narrow TJicy" must keep thn wolf from the I and !Mrs. J. B. Dye and son, of.Turksnnville wero accessory to the hurt They were \
r [escorted him to a lonely wood, flogged' tug days, etc., has resulted In so much j escape from death when their door. lJn'a.rnH.uil.1\ no palaces for spent tho week-end with studying to bo teachers anti, could.
him and! ordered him to-leave the com- I confusion interference with business )II' | plane was wrecked in the gulf stream. these heroes )H'-pe sings no song for Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Itlnnchard.j plend neither extreme youth nor Ignorance -
munity. lie has not been seen since. 'j I' and has called I forth so msny com- j Both men were nearly exhausted when them. Their ,employer speak no word j ]\ .1. Walker returned to her homo of convention They knew i III ;
I plaints! from patrons of the bank taken from tho wreckage several tif. praise to them, and yet they go on. In Dothan Ala.? last week, after vliiUev. better than to accept such an Invita-
c I. R. T.ejri'tte, a prosperous farmerof i I that the Jacksonville clearing !!oi hour later by a fishing smack. Lieut. If they nut in some high place anil political ; Ing and Mrs. J. C. Hanimitt I tion. In allowing Ihonntelve to bpicLtid ..
Center Hill has! just finished picking -!i cintlon adopted a resolution providing Kriucson who is a descendant o/ the preferment men would look up for two months. 1 up on flue street they justifl
;375 crates of English peas from that hereafter this custom shall bo famous inventor of that name said he to them and shout their praises. It W. K.: Toroile( was transacting/ business the opinion that they were not mindful 1- *
rincteen-HcVc patch and this was tho I I discontinued.Dr. arid Miller were engaged in torpedo they wore in some low hell, men would I in Jacksonville Thursday.Ntlle of convention and would! not resent '
fl-'.*' I rlckinr< Them-... ..-* peas Hold on the I practice about seven miles fnom, ICuy look down and pity them. Hut they Miss I Robert wan a visitor to familiarity. '
little $5 crate Gt.'oNeV.. Penn! pastor of one and while low the sire in neither. They are just dust- Wednesday. ..
'platform fnr a over per I' West flying over Jacksonville Within few days' a similar episodooccurred
and Mr. Leg- of the lartrest! churches in Fort M'ersl' water struck Iwgrimed common toilers, moving; on Shepard of !Starke'! '
> -$1,900 from 19 acres a high wave u pontoon Miss Clara May In New York City. These mare
.t ctte says; the next picking will be and formerly of Columbus, Ohio was I of the machine. The craft turned ever the common level treading! the path visited frlenl' In Lawtey Friday. not I be first nor will they bo tho lust
still better. indicted by the Lee county grand juryon I and WaR beaten to pieces by the of common toil. Praise them, encourage 1\1iss. Ida Klass, of Jacksonville, events of their kind. Probably these
three charges of defamation. Ha them. Tell them you appreciate
with friends in Lawtey.
seas. spent, Sunday jumping: Venuse consider themselves
at Moore Haven Is at liberty under $2,000 bail. The them. I do. Henco this tribute to of Macclenny
jail the
The new county Miss Gladys Clayton, heroine! and model of virtue. On
costing approximately $11,580, of minister is alleged to have impugnedthe ) lillADFOKD these unstored undramatic heroes of spent the weekend In Lawtey with contrary they give the Impression of
of the daughter of well toil and of commonplace life.
character a
cells
common
eight Barber.
brick and containing some Mr. and Mrs. J. W. fresh young geese: looking for trouble.
for prisoners!, all iron barred and fastened known physician there. Dr. Benn denies : Bradford April 21.-Drew Duk4'spp.nt May every one who read, these lines Mrs. George Sherry of Ocala spent I{ Tho men In such cases should he pun
with patent iron bars and fastenings the charges and declares that he Sunday guest of J. V. Edwards I keep on going on with gladder) and a few days with Mrs. F: D. Sayles. ished, but the girls deserve neither admiration !-
with heavy reinforced con- will have no trouble in proving his In and family. lighter hearts. Mrs .". F. Dorman of Jacksonville nor sympathy.-PcnaacuU
.t crete floors i IK ready for occupancy. nocence. Malcolm Harrcll was a visitor to II Yours with praise and appreciation.W. 1 spent the weekend In Lawtey at the I News.It .
The first prisoner to occupy quartersb Wort- hi nK ton Sunday afternoon.Mrs. E. DAUGIIKRTY 1 home of her brother J. W. Barber.
r be a white woman. The first bunch of Montverde grapesare J. C. Cone of P '-"r and i Minister Christian Church. ; Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Stokes of south I Is time for dad to perch himselfon
being exhibited in the window ofa I daughters Mildred and J ', vlsit I I ) Georgia pe"t Sunday with Mr. and the back fence and watch mother
local store and are attracting considerable "H her sister Mrs. *'' i NOCharle tr"I'An\TIUS:
the Tampacunualsloners J. Iovnrdc.
In a report filed with I Mrs. G. W. St J.C'J.: 11C., ;ho ..IJ"n.
at their meeting Tuesday attention. This bunch of I Thursday. I Mr. and.I Mrs. Tom Morton of Key -
Dr. Harris city health officer grapes made its appearance just one I Arthur Edwards was a business visitor II. Subin the New York I, West are visiting relatives In and Tomorrow Is always just as far
states that hs found a leper workingIn month from the date of planting. The to the home of Mozelle Harrell financier, wa. talking about Ger near Lawtey this week.' away.
bakery which sold bread in that grape industry is getting tremendous Thursday. many. John Morr, of Highland was! a visitor -
a Immediately on his discovery start Montverde and many are Quite a few friends> gathered at the I, "Germany" he said l, "seems to think here Friday. An undertaking Is never difficult to
city.
..d the doctor ordered the man discharged making plantings. I;I home of Mr- and Mrs. J. V. Edwards I, that sanctions or n't anrtlons, she Miss Rachel Boyer of Jacksonville the fellow who Is not willing to consider +
4.. and his employer complied with Friday night and gave them a surnrise '' w'l,') ;act out of her oMiirations. I spent[ Sunday In Lawtey with her par it *o.
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the.order a tonce. Clermont will not experience many party. The crowd was smaller I I "Germany' is like the naughty. little ----- .
dull moments during tha summer than planned owing to tho Illness of IT irl.
I -movement just begun months, as work on tho installation of of a few friends! In the community 'Come,' said) the mother taking I i You will make a ml..take
the potato IJlJrfurtion' In Prices
With in the immediate HastIngs I the waterworks.plant and mains will but all reported a fino time. her by tho hand. 'you have been very Big tr you order your ferlill-
farmers community atone have already; commence In a few'days and when the I naughty and I'm going to lock you up zer without getting our new price lists just issued. Plenty
realized half million dollars gross I work on that (s finished) the paving Housework la "just limply too in the chicken coop.' of Materials: prompt shipment. Order now k'ertili/ers in-
a Up to Tuesday night contracts will doubtless have been let. much" for soma women bit( it Is noticeable 'AH right,' aid th/j) naughty little scciivides, Sprayers Poultry Supplies.E. .
their
for had crops.been shipped from Hastings The building program for the sum they exert themselves to a girl\ 'You can lock me up In the chicken O. PAINTER FEKTILIZEK: CO.
340 cars and these will average in mer will also furnish extra labor. t greater degree to keep out of work coop if you want to, but I ain't going JACKSONVILLE: FLORIDA
yard to than would be necessary to do twice to lay no eggs' "-Detroit Free
the neighborhood of $1,500 per car Get NEW March 1922 reduced price 'jilts before buying.
Suffering jt is believed from the the tasks before them. Press.
track
the grower f. o. b.

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APRIL 21, 1922.
PAGE FRIDAY,
t _FOUR HKADrOKU COUNTY TEI.E .KAFH. fllAKKK. ._RIIIA ,
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Bradford Ccunty Tt.legrar.h! burned Into the pupils. Now a number Murray Thomas made a business --one who attacked her. Anyone can avoid the pTtfalls 'I t ',;rj I I
clear of them.
I of subjects fur above the understanding trip to Worthington/ Saturday SEVEN NEGROES When informed of the attack the by steering ,I
had to be dis- '
victim
and interest of husband of the
young children Ualeiuh Belling of Providence, VISIted -
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Published weekly and entered as I considered armed by the authorities, as he was The august senate poses as a >< .1 I
are as essential but
; friends in this community Sunday
second class!' matter at the post which as they are never half learnedor I afternoon I HELD RESULT OF ,determined to get revenge! and the abject fled body-tho only thing held ,r1/

office at Stjyke: Florida. understood, bring them no benaflts. of his wrath was one of the auspeets being tho body and the dignity,
Miss Alma Douglass, who has been i i ___..
ar- Tho Ignorance of tho held by the officers.
parents and I' 1
1 F.. S. MATTHEWS. Editor and Owner the sumo sentiment that fosters sham' visiting relatives in Jacksonville for' AN J ATTACK Another incident in connection with The fellow who is "boss of Ithome"
the past month has returned home. bears' the ,
generally eunSome '
and puts showiness tibovo truth, are ,I I the man hunt was the firing upon a ,

By a vote of three to two, the state i partly to blame for this state of I N. II. Stokes was transacting! business I party of seven negroes: in an automobile I : at Bw-g;;
-
I are great
in Lake Butler Thursday.: l men ;
supreme court decided the gasoline things. We remember a boy who had I .ARMED POSSE LET BV HFi'irTIES: by an infuriated member of tho towards home.
Uni ? until they turn
Walter of the
Knight
Eugene
dealers' tax law was unconstitutional. learned to glibly enumerate the principal IN SEARCH OK ASSAILANT; armed force which had gathered in j

} An tho state had gathered almost I bones of the body but who was versity of Florida, spent the weekend OF \V11 11 WOMAN; that section. I
I with friends here. | I It would that
appear nowever '?
unable l
from to do
$7
O.OOO that tax-and spent it correctly a simple sum -
j in Nick und! Eddie Thomas and families NEGRO '!| one Is taking great liberties wit ,he
-there is no como buck.! The dealers addition. The parents were very I Jacksonville April 20.-Seven BUII NO TRUE HILL AGAINST

are supposed to have "passed 'the proud of the boy's ability to rattle of Starke, visited relatives hero I poets are held in the Duval county jail IN; SHIELDS' MLKDEK: CASE Liberty bonds.

buck" to the consumer and the consumer bones and readily overlooked tho oth- Sunday. In connection with an assault made t ---- I
got his money back by using er shortcoming mentioned. We hive Mr. and Mrs. N. K. Roberts of Lako upon a white woman by n negro yesterday 1 DeLand April 19.! -Pete Smith negro I Some people are experts at gottmj

the. roods, so there you are! No tax- seen so many sorry letters from Jugh Butler attended church here Sunday morning shortly after I 10 I charged with murder in connection : into trouble and keeping out of put.

n en, lower gasoline; cheaper !gasoline school graduates and even teachers, night. Mr. Roberts is a candidate for o'clock near Grand Crossing, west of with the killing near here Feb.

tyr rougher: roads! The attorney general j till it seems that writing is almost a the legislature: I I Jacksonville Throughout; the day, ani ruary G of William A. Shields for- NEEDLESS

p r; w "' contends that the case was not settled lost hrt. Badly formed and jumbled Carl Brown visited\ friends in Ala. i armed posse led by deputy sheriffs,, merly of Moline 111., was released Daughter-Pa, our domestic aclenc

)g. by the Supreme Court.-Live Oak : characters no system of capitalization ehua county Sunday. 1 followed the trail of bloodhounds in from jail today the Volusia county I professor is teaching ua how to span

)M Democrat. I faulty grammar and spelling I Mr. and Mrs. II. S. Miller were at- the effort/ to apprehend the guilty negro grand Jury reporting/: could not finda money.1 Dad (Interrupting)-Next ho'U b*

and only one punctuation''mark, the tending to business in Lake Butler on who had called at the woman's true bill against him. teaching ducks how to wlm.

The Tampa health officer has trou- i dash. As to reading many words are I Saturday. home and asked for something to eat. :Mrs. Alice E. Shields widow of the

... bles of his own. Some time ago/: he I not understood, and novels and news- Turner Hill and Miss! Jleba Pinhol- I The assault! created a great deal of murdered man, was indicted yesterdayfor You Know Hlml!

decreed that all the dogs in his bailiwick paper articles lose much of their value tcr, of Bland attended church here Excitement! in the Grand Crossing and murder in the first degree and : lid lIeN Illiua al to"uya gab brayinx and lilnb.nml bloat

'' should bo vaccinated against rah- to their readers on account of the Sunday night. | Dinsmore sections and It was with when arraigned in circuit court this tie tullia vo nitwit ho .."aut know

(es. It cost $1.50 to have a purp thus latters' ignorance of geography and I Supt. and Mrs. O. L. Mizell of Lake some difficulty that he authorities morning pleaded not guilty. Date for I What ha 'IB Sl1ylrlr.

treated and owners of BO-cent history although these Butler visited friends in this section
dogs
subjects are i controlled the armed men bent upon her trial was not set.
I' thought it was too much and kicked. supposed to have been taught these: Sunday. I| dealing out punishment to suspects, I Objection from the court to the ap- I.. Musical Comedy.
Now comes the inspector of the JIUU- in the schools. I T. II. Mimes made a business tripto I who had been taken into custody. i pearanco of Mrs. Shields before the : "I nics nn oumitst"' !In a movie Mental
I of lutmorr"Not
lime ti have a sense
iI borough county .humane society and Who are principally responsible for Gainesville last week. I Asked for Food I grand, jury as a witness against Smith 'wr >- iirll.v a keen t-ime of

/" declares that In fou r cases of alleged the gorging of the school pupils with Miss Ruby Thomas of Lake Butler i The victim of the attack is the wife left the jury without evidence againstthe humor. If lie. can lust rcincmlii'i, 't

rabies! coming to his knowledge not more matter thnn can be digested spent the week-end with Miss Carrie lot a mechanic and had just returnedto negro it was said. Mrs. Shields piny n nmvrnl hunch alien n mnrrIn '' :e

1 one was genuine. One bulldog acted School officials are partly to blame. Belle Brown. her home from the Grand Pads following the arrest of Smith a few |performed i! In n Him ciimi
loony because ho hat! bpnn shot with I But tho real culprits are the menfI \- | Dewey Fralick and sister Miss! Rivy school No. 11, when the negro appeared hours lifter Shields! was shot stippiKcdly '1I1>II'lt nil the 11I111111//:<'Il1l'l1t Pap: >('''!iy 'of 4

; : a "221-rnlibre bullnt"-whatever that I hers of former legislatures: who allowed were in this community Sunday af at the door 'and asked If her husband from ambush charged that him. I

moons Anothf-r'dog had thn mange themselves-innocently or oth- ternoon. was! at home, and when Inform Smith: killed her husband and, then ,

.. so bad till lie! h-ited all tho world. Hut :I I'rwle-to! become the tools of tho Ilusthcy S'strunk' of Mt. Tabor attended ed to the contrary the black asked clacked her. After her arrest the I Chip ef the Old Block.I
I '9'' tho president of tho national humane church here Sunday night "I),, you l "!lk'>o In hfUMlliy. N't).
: I powerful text book publishing con- that the husband be told tluit he had woman and the negro were examined,
I sociVtv thinks he settles! the matter I -rns of the country. These concerns I i I B. E. Brown motored to Lake Butler called to see him. The negro then several times by the state attorneyand pupa"I cwlnlnly ilo. Why fur InstuIn I

i I: by di'd.'trimr that both rabies und vnc- I'! keep lobbyists at every session of the ; recently. I started to leave the premises but on i*>ch occasion Mrs. Shields my sK-iuoutlis-oitl bon ahMi)e I c

' nation( Is "a humbug." lie says that legislature, whose business it is to see :' .----.- -- --- -. I turned buck stating to tile wojiuin repeated her chorges. Smith has: III-;g, to get his toes In his tnoillti i '

! after forty years of practice as a physician -j|I that more books are adopted by the ARBUCKLE SAYS "fjosnr! : thnt he wanted to tell the truth-th.t 1|| steadfastly refused to talk. I II Imi't In-i-iiusi' of Ills Ila
' i he has nt-"pr seen a case of hydrophobia -''I schools of the state. All of these book j I[ AT HAYS' DECISION he was hungry and asked for something i Shields and his wife were cnroutej struggle to innki- both cntls rn0Ptl"

j 1 in a human being. Pert magnates have waxed exceeding, fat ,' ,I to eat. j I to their poultry farm near. here the : ---

haps hij has not, but many others through tho Introduction 6f books Comedian'* Contract Ordered Cancelled Tho woman told the negro to' wait j night of tho killing and 1 her story was I. Hia Mistake.,
: \\'t have although rabies! among dogs Is | and PilniN Withdrawn I I 1 !' "How ,did you linppon' to lose yxiui
teaching subjects thnt really should j while she put up a package: of food, that her husband was shot by someone "

probably.... not so common as supposed., bp confined to tho higher Institutes of and when she unhooked the screen I I concealed at the roatlsido, when /ashrPP1"My Inrlsli entertainmenttiltlvatei

j. learning where be l Los Angeles, Cal., April\ ll.! Silence door hand him the the ."
' they can thoroughly to package, the i I Shields stepped from car to remove In IIIT such p-.pc'iisUp! !tastes that "
\i i PASS1NO; OF (;OOI)) l\L\N'NEIlS taught ot those who will profit by 1 pending further development black seized her. by the wrists. A desperate on obstruction to the highway; '! <1cc' < uld be happy only. wit?

,1 such knowledge in the future. But In was the avowed policy today of Roscoe struggle ensued, the negro I Shields received a load of birdshot in !

I The accusation; is made that men no our public schools they can only impart I C. (Fatty) Arbuckle film comedian choking his victim and finally rendering [ the head and Smith was arrested af- j

l '\ longer are as courteous to women ns a smattering of learning to the I I whose contracts have been cancelled her unconscious by a blow on her J I ter the sheriff said he had found In'' /i PURPOSE UNATTAINED

!j i. they once were. Good manners are I than '!and finished screen plays withdrawn head with a piece of iron-n part of abed 1 j this! home a double-barrel shotgun with;' "I can "remember most evcl'YO !

! ,,J, out of date, it !is said. The change is leg. according to an announcement in New frame. one exploded shell and another in the '' or your Speech," said the aJmirliijfriend.

:, q imputed to the change* in woman's I Parent-teacher organizations coun- !'York last night by Will II. Hays, head ReA'ainlnconsciousness/: the woman other barrel loaded with shot the size .

a I', status. Since she has left the shelter ty superintendents and school boards of the motion picture producers' association started to the schoolhouse half a mile of those which caused the death of I "I was iifmid something like that

of the home and engaged/ in business should see to it that a reform In the I away, to give; the alarm. However, Shields. might happen" replied Senator SUP

I f1 and public activities it is not considered school curriculum be brought about.It "Gosh!" was Arbuekle'a comment, she fell unoonscious a few hundred The authorities had announced several ghiini. "It U most undesirable to have

needful to show her deference is a matter of vital importance. If'' when informed late last night of Mr. ';yards from the schoolhouse where she times they were proceeding on people lulltll1g| you' uiiexpM, *<.*
Men unashamed, will remain seated our laws compel children to atend the Hays' announcement. i I was found by W. R. Sounders a farmer the theory that Shields was killed a- tried to mnl.e that speech sudlclcut'y! '

,t in street cars while women stand; schools let us make them worth attending I' Arbuckle was recently acquitted in of Dinsmore. a result of a plot, in order to collect long and uiilntpiwNnir to prevent liny-

,i they will smoke In mixed society I| i San Francisco of a manslaughter j I In a short time a large number of his life insurance. The indictment returned body It." trout' I'eiiifniliei'lng any part of

without !BO! much ns asking charge/: in connection with the death of nrmed men were scouring the woods against Mrs. Shields l chirped I

sion; they will speak of girls permi"-I HAMPTON; Virginia: Rappe. in search of the negro.; Six blood- her with aiding, abetting, hlrin', procuring Anxious Moments

9 } M lows" "She's a good fellow" i The portly'comE'dian added: "This \hounds were secured from a county or counselin'the! ; unidentified "You ' I
i i f.' hear them nay. Hoes it mean that the Hampton[ April 21.-P. J. Pearce,' i is a complete surprise and I might i convict camp but the dogs proved to person who killed her husband. nlns, Ktln-l. .

: enfranchisement of women, the striking .I was a business visitor, to Starke last any a shock to me: It Is the first I 1 bo of little service. Mrs.! ShtPI"*'-, attempted suicide in "I should say Jam. Jack propoMn

..... off of the shackled, has killed chivalry 1 Monday. I have heard of it. I don't know what II [ The condition of the woman was! repotted her cell in the cour-ty jail here re- last nl>:III."

? That men cannot be expected:'II[ Mjss Lucile Johns of Stark, re- i I it is all about for I thought I wa ;t{ ] as!! much improved early last "ently, according) the sheriff, having "And' (lid you ncciit him?"
"Dint'sluit J'ni aboutYou
'I' to show courtesy to women unless .turned, to her home Monday after a well started on my 'comeback.' i night but her nerves! are alill in a taken nn entire box of tablets which I nervous excited I
wns so awfully
women occupy a subordinate position Ilvisit, with friends and relatives here. "You sec, it's this way Joseph i iI shattered condition. As soon as it i I. had been prescribed f
I In society I Mr. Tricst, of Theressn was transacting I j Schenck of New York who produces
,; It may be that women( are them.' business here this week. | my pictures will be in Los Angeles will be taken before her in order to nervousness Her condition for a time doesu't" 1 didn't.

selves partly to blame. Some have'''I i Mr. Knott claim agent for the G. tomorrow. He will know all about
I I' lost the respect that formerly was!', i i S. & F. railroad., was a guest at Hotel this matter. As I am entirely at sea, '' (
theirs by adoptln<<'mascullne ,ways.! A Houser this week as far as being able to explain it, I I :" <-- ----0..
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': few foolish ones dislike to be thoughts 1L.. Watterson is busy with his shall content myself with. remaining : -- Z" .u= __ ,
as of "the weaker sex" or "the gentler local silent. II I
telephone system and expects to
i1 sex," and on that account discourage 1 have
same in operation shortly. What
Your
I 0< the showing of deference to Dr. Biggs; of Starke was a professional R. C. Grills and A. J. Starling of Tractor Will Do!
',f
them It that I Starke'
thinking implies they visitor here this week. Lawtey were visitors to

1 lire not the equal of men. Of course, pr. Parks was a business visitor to Thursday I II ,

they are not tho equals of mon in muscular I Waldo Monday. I t

''streitgth and they should glory I Miss Mary F. Nimmo was a business Some women are never happy until

in not being the equal of men in visitor to Starke Monday. they have acquired a secret nnd have :

'd coarseness, either. tuld it to a dear friend. '
( S. M. Simmons of I
Starke was a Te ttu"rsHt'9'fia rVs
Y! If there to bl of the r
is leveling sew guest: of P. Ii. Hunt Sunday. I n

ii es It should bo effected by raising: i Pr. Middli-ton, of Starke, was a prtffosslnnal Some people are never keen on the

men's stand ird of refinement not by visitor here this week. I horow. They always pay. "
lowering women's. A great man showed j I I
Mrs.V.. B. Dirt and children Marvin POLITIC ANNOUNCEMENTS.Anflwunccmintii ( ; .
perception! of this many years agoat and Florrle" IMle I of Alaehua 1
I I under this hondh''... not rceedlnir *- I
a banquet) in hin honor "Since | county were visiting in town this one Inch In lenirth, (about "J: ward) ,'
will lie, publlnhi-d from date until the p.imrv': e
there Indies said I
are no present! one
: week.i I flection In Jun* for !a, payable it time of j 1
of the speakers "no harm will be done flat Insertion. 0
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W. Moore of Therossa. was a I ---'-
by my telling an indelicate story. business visitor here Monday. I STATE'S ATTORNEY: I
To th. rtrmoeratla Voter* of Eighth Judicial
"But there
are gentlemen present! ,
Ie Rev Burke will preach at the Methodist Circuit -
objected the great: man.Tampa Trib- church next Sunday at 4 I hereby announce my. camlldney. for the of-
p. m. .' .Tuilictnl
fire! of 8ta' Attorney of the Eliihlh
une. W. P. flirt and Orlando Manus of Circuit comprliinir Levy., Alnchun, Putnam
Flaxler. Bradford. Union and Baker countiee.
Aluchim county attended the Masoiyc subject to the primary election of June e.
: 81.11'811011CIIOOL:; METHODS supper here Friday evening.: 1922. If dmted I promts an amrnlv, en-
erratic and economical, administration of the
Some o fthe Masons and their families afTaln. of the office. Will appreciate the aui-
a A letter from a teacher, which appeared port of all Damoerat J. C. ADKINS.To .
enjoyed a supper at the city hall
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in a recent issue of tho Telegraph -
Friday evening the CltlMM of the Eighth Judicial Circuit
deplores the fact that children 1 hereby. announce to the citizens of the
n' Mr, and Mrs J. S. Toney, who have county. of Alaehua. Baker. Bedford Fla.'... 0
are "railroaded" through; the schools; and Union composing the
Levy Putnam
been at Pompano for the past six '
e that they are advanced to higher Eighth Judicial' Circuit that I am a candidate v o T HL*!!
months returned to their homo here to sneeaed. myself a* State Attorney .ub-
grades before they have mastered j...t to the action of the Democrat PrimaryElection
what is them In recently. to be held on Jun. II, 1922. If .loot
taught the
preceding S. R. Swindel of Theresa! was a ed I prom'M the *am enercolla and economical Break your land Harrow and seed land Reap
;. grades. It was also pointed out that administration that I have endeavored tofive your ,
business! visitor here this week. .
the teacher who does thorough work since my appointment V. Lon.to All the unex- and thresh grain Grind Cut
plred Urn of Hon. A. your your corn feed for i
and keeps the children in one grade A. 8. CREWS ,

'until they have learned well what is! :MILLER COUNTY COMMISSIONER. -DISTRICT. No. I your stock Pump your water,' Saw your wood Cut
candidate f
I hereby announce myself a ,
taught there is considered inefficient
"' ;r and receives no, thanks from either the Miller, April :21.-Rev* Blake of for I New County River. )Commissioner, and reepeetfuliy for solicit District the No.support 6I } our lumber, Haul your produce and furnish
Lake Butler filled Rev. E. B. Joyner'lII of th* voter at th. commit primary. If power ;
; .principal or the children' parents. nominated and olertetl I promle faithful ser.vie around
# dub appointment at the Free Will Baptist 1 and unremittingattention to the need enerally the farm. \
All this is
true and
It I i\
j* no goes church Saturday and Sunday.SEED of the district and the dutire of the office.O. f iI
against the grain of most of the teach ; W KELLY.

R ers to apply the varnish brush before FOR MEMBBB SCHOOL BOARD

the surface has been properly prepare CORN, COWPEA, VELVET rreleetlon..i'hereby. ta announce the offle myialf of member a umllilat of the for don't
+ ed. But if the "good" teacher is'the BEANS MILLET CRASS SEED, SOR School. Board of Bradford county, Dl.tr et No. Why you quit the drudgery aroundthe
a. ub; ct -to the Democrat) voters at the
t one who does so, there seems to be no CHUM. For Immediate liipmnl. All June primary. If ....leeod J prnmlae faithful farm ? Get Fordson
service. In the future u 1 have endeavored> a from us it is
,> y other way for all the teachers than to aaonable Field and Veptabl."Seed.. to render in the put Vary truly. ;

do likewise. Write for Price List and Catalogue Cur A. A. HAZEN._ ready, able and willing to do hard

,t The trouble is that no many subjects beautiful and instructive. catalogue i I. FOR REPRESENTATIVE-CROUP. TWO. your
Ir..and To the Voters of Bradford (tountys I hereby work. .
gives valuable information .
are taught in the public school on announce myself a candidate for Memberof
k till there la not sufficient time to be farming and gardening for Florida and the Legislature In Croup No. t. subject to I
# he Demoeratle Primary and reepectfully ao-
w given to' learn any subject well. In the south. Wrh. to u* today for special dais the support of the voters. If elected 1

i, few bygone times the public school[ was price on your seed requirements. Our of will nee every county.effort. to promote P. I. .TURNER.the welfareof

'" only intended to lay the foundation complete stocfc will enable ua to supply
FOR REPRF.8P.o.TATIVE-GROl'P: ONE: J. ANDREWS
e for further knowledge to be acquired you to advantage. in price and quality. I hereby announce to the titian of Red JR.
lord county that I am a can.1 date for Mem ,
T' ?, ,in colleges: or by self-study. "Tha E. A. MARTIN SEED COMPANY I ber of the Home of Keprt'SentativM. (lamp t,
: and rvaprctfully solicit the support" of the voters FORD AND FORDSON DEALER FLA.
three that
al
H's" received strict and STARKE
was Oldest Large Seed House in Fla. at the primary election .of Jan, 6th. ,
attention and these essentials wero 202-206 E. Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla. Respectfully.K. '
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i B. MA"Tl'1UW8. .

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APRIL 21, 1922. .. -- -- .,, --.. .--BRADFORD-- --.- .- -COUNTY- ..TKI.fcMJKAPH.. : SfAKKK. M.tiltln\ _. __ .... __ PAGE Tl ... :!\

E Olive Ray, served delicious light re they wish to have inspected leave 'BEAUTIFL'L' IJIVER" r not to miss this unique service. Prof. \

freshment8.i word for him at the Bank of Starke. Thornquest is a preacher as well as a
I Write, phono or call at the bank and There must still be a few men in profi2s Ho served! many of our
Bits of LocalInformation .11 J Jj i CARD OP THANKS your message will be promptly given Bradford county who like "likkor," or churches in California and other Western M

: to Kir. Parham. else there would be no In nmshineri or states.

Wo with to extend our sincere! bootleiigeis. These men are invitedto Biblo school at 10 a. m.
E h thanks and appreciation to those who : RECENT LAND SALES a feast of imagination! in Jackson The C. E. societies meet nt 4 p m.

ministered to us during the death of ville next Monday, far on that day and 7 p. m, a

j 1 r+eanAry/"S ... ev !r'T.oJ.. tviau.e oaf our beloved one.V arc thankful for G. :M.: [ Inman, local representative. of tile sheriff of Duval county will pour Bible study on Thursday at 8 p. m, 1
+aa aee tin. rrq toaaW" Dart :TNSrA }J I I the kind words of sympathy and for the E.: A. Strout Farm Agency, is hiving out $10,000 worth of booze into the All Invited! to attend.W. .

... ....... "' '''.. tho many beautiful flowers that covered busy season having located gutter. The stage will bo set in thi E. DAUGHERTY,
i .---w..wr : : ....:;.::: I a recently ,
F -.-1: .._ _. the mound whero'he sleeps a largo number uf homu-tiuclc- yard of the jail, Inn the detectable Minister
North i i \ nectar will run in stream down Liberty ----. -. -____. ._ _, t
lire E. C. Warren is Carolina Mr. and Mrs. J. Uglow have been Mrs. P. F. Bryan and Family. ers in the vicinity of Starke. Sales a '
visiting her parents.J. I in Jacksonville during the week, at I made during the past week include street: to lI() all's creek and FINE YIELD OF BERRIES
DEATH OF INFANT following spread its fragrance: all around. I
the bedside and later at he funeral of thg :
There will bo Scotch whiskey from C. L. Carter, one of the well known
P. Colley of Ellenton
spent Sun- their little granddaughter Grace Mc- Guiseppe Campo, of New York City,
with his Mr' Bimini; Duffy's malt whiskey, strong: farmers of till Wateroak section, wan
day family here. I
I Dowell. Grace L. McDowell, daughter; of the Walter Farris farm near Lnwtcy.
enough to tie the tongue/ into n knotif in town Wednesday and in conversa-
i I and Mrs. R. L. McDowell, died at an Mr. Campo will engage in grape cul
; it could reach the tongue Marietta tion with a reporter for the Telegraphtold
J T. is in ;
Quigley Palm Beach
and I will reopen my blacksmith and early hour yesterday morning at their I ture.
)Miami this week on a business trip. I carriage shop in Starke on May 1st. home, 453 East Second street. Funt'rI i I I Fernando Piers, Francisco Cervers blend, so called because it is blended l of his strawberry crop the past
with lye and dead ruts, and Bilker\ Benson. The drought last fall caused
If you want first-class plow or carriage al services will be held at the residence and Vincento Aran, of Hartford, Conn i
Col. D. E. I county buckshot. Just imagine the him to fall far short in the area of his
Knight was a professional work or horseshoeing at at 10:30 o'clock this morning
: reasonable the G. W. Beverly 10-acre place! southwest
beauty of this rivulet I So near and patch of berries. In fact, ha succeed-
visitor to Palatka Wednesday.Col. l prices, I will be ready to do it Rev. J. T. Boone officiating. The arrangements of Starke.
i iI' yet so far. While there will be grim eil in getting out only 8,000 plants or
for J. P. in charge of Marcus
you. Colley. 4-21-2t are 'I
!. A. Z. Adkins spent Tuesday in Conant.-Times-Union, 19th. Walter Taylor, of West Virginia, deputy sheriffs to see that no ono n fraction over half an acre. From
Lake Butler attending to business. I I' the Joo Price 10-ticre farm two miles scoops up liquor with his hat if the these plants ho harvested and sold 70
Ilollis Knight and friend, J. E. The little girl was nino months old
west of town. of taste not bo satisfied\ tho 32-quart crates of berries. Tho
sense can average -
I Maines, Jr., of the University of and had been ill for eight days. Her
You get your money's worth when Florida, spent the week-end with theformer's mother is well remembered here as M. Hussctt, Detroit, Mich., the nectar can yet bo smelled\ and! seen. price received! was $0!> per crate, a
Chaso place in tho western part of Go to it and imagination I total of $630 from practically half
;you buy Tanlnc because it produces use your II an
parents, Col. and Mrs D. E. Miss Gruc'o Uglow before her mar- I
results. Turner's Store Starke. town. ---- --- acre
Drug
Knight. riage. Their many friends sympathize I
1- with the parents of the bright Edward Bunion, of Dallas, Texas, WILSON HAS NOT RETIRED PROM Tho yield! of Mr. Curt<'r's berries

Mrs. Boneta E. Jones, of Jackson- ; The big reputation of Tunlac has little gill and her threo little brothers, '' the demons property on Madison POLITICS was at tho rate of 132 bushels per
ville, Is visiting at the home of her been made by doing what other med- in their sad bereavement. street, better known as the Gaskins nc-rc. Tho Telegraph wants to see
son, DeWitt C. Jones. %. leines failed to do. Turner's DrugStore 'I residence Mr. Uurnes is a retired Washington, April 18.Woodrow same one produce 200 bushels of berries -
._--- ---.--- j Starke.i I HAPTIST CHURCH NOTES ( banker and comes hero in quest of Wilson, sick and! broken in health us! from an aero next season. Wo
51 F. Brown returned home Wednesday rest and health. Ho will nave !<. he may I bi, ban not retired from politics 1'0110it is possible with thorough/
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from a business trip to Tam ,i The Parent-Teachers Association! Starke in about three months. and has no intention of doing so. cultivation and a little heavier fortl-

pa. will meet next Thursday evening nt will be held on Sunday. Bible school I This fact stood l forth in bolder relief )li/atlnn(;, than our growers! !' now apply. .

--- --- --- (eight o'clock! at he school auditorium.All I at 9:1"a.. m., when the social study' MEMORIAL DAY I PROGRAM; than ever befo're today\ ns 11'0.- :' TIlt Idtui has prevailed hero that the
BIrl and Mrs. K. M. Davis spent the patrons and those Interested! In : of God's Word offers inspiration for suit of tho former president's letterto strawberries\ would not stand heavier
week at Archcrhere they wero education cordially invited to attend. I daily living. II The United Daughters of tho Confederacy a St. Louis newspaper In which ln> fertilization than 1000 to 1200 \poundsto ,!

guests of AIvs. Davis' parents. I I ,I Divine worship at 11 n. m. and 8 p. of W. T. Weeks Chapter will scathingly took to task Senator Jan ( (he acre. We understand that t
.. I 1 observe Memorial Dare next Wednesday M. Rued Democrat of Missouri who through a misunderstanding of in- Fi
I, L. C. Powell and Mr.\ and Mrs. L. m. There are hours in the life of each ,
Ashlev Peek, of Branford!, left Mon- G. Powell havo as guests, U. n. Tison, of us when we need! something to put afternoon nt 2.0::! at the high I IH coming up for re-<'Iuct.lolnt the struutioiiR a hand on J. M.\ Browntoo's f'
day after, a visit with his brother, C. of Tnrboro, S. C., :Mr.: and Mrs. U. J. heart into us again. Thu agony of school! auditorium Th veterans of hands of the Missouri\ electorate thisyear. farm gave; n few rows of his barrios 5'

L. Peek' I i Eeckhum, Mrs J. C. Jorinings of HardeovillQ I I prolonged! sickness, tho brutality of J. J. Dii-kison Camp will occupy:' reserved \i nn extra amount of fertilizer the HCH-
'._____ S. C., and Mr. and Mrs. R. E.Gahagan competition, the sense of our own failure spats, and crosses of honor will "To those who have closely observed lion just' past. Instead of tho plants
J, F. Cnnova and, son, Harry, of and children, of Savannah, I' the sudden, uprush of storm into : be presented, to live momliurs of the Mr. Reed's career Washington," being damaged, us Mr. Brownie. feared
Jacksonville, spent the Easter holiday I our quiet! life, the desolation of bereavement i ramp, namely: S. S. Proctor, of Lake wrote Mr. Wilson, "he him shown him might bo the case, they were tho(
at home. I Mrs. Nolle Hughes left Wednesday: the fear of d'uth-wh .'' Butler; n. R. Bryan, Starke; W. N. self to bo incapable of sustaining allegiance heaviest bearers in bin CieKl and gave

afternoon to join the RadclifTc Chau- ': has not experienced, something/ of : Fowler, Starke; W. N. I Roberts, Lake to any person or any cause. :tan ample return for tho extra fertiliser. !-
Prof. B TJ. Lane and mother, Mrs. tnqua for a short engagement as accompanist these things? i(I Butler; R. N. Dowling, Waldo. Ho has repeatedly forfeited 1 any claim I ,
Elizabeth J. Lane, spent Saturday in to Slabinsky, the great'I At the morning service, the pastor ,I Mrs. George C. White, historian of to my confidence l that he may ever :-- .
Jacksonville. j violinist whd delighted Starke audiences I will bring/ a heartening message to all the chapter, has arranged tho following ( have been supposed, to have had, and,\ i A SAD SONG ,

candiIdate during the recent Chautauqua : such; his subject being Tho Authority program: j I never shall willingly, consent In any "f
County Judge R. A. Green, hl're.Irs.! Hughes will be away for and Tenderness of Jesus. ,I j Duet-Misses Ethel' Giiflin and Iris ( further association with Iii u." i Mauna has gone to n swell resort, :

for congressman, spent the end about ten days.R. i The evening sermon will be especially : Epperson. Washington/ gen'rnllyrlt"I'pret.\ ., d Brother Bill's in school.! r
of last week in Punta Gorda. I I for the men of Starko. Dr. Bul- i I Chorus, "Tramp, Tramp, the Boys! 1 that letter as meaning that even tho i 1'Sister Kate's run off with a count

II. Stnrkey, of Panama City, : len will speak on Content--With are lI1nl'chinSl'llIIol choir, with retired from the political spotlight 1 I'm left the roost to rule.
Miss May Peek came Friday from I Fla., is in the city prospecting for n I What? Add I to the good you obtain '! Mrs. J. !'. Cnnova, accompanist. I Mr. Wilson has no intention of for II i
Jacksonville and is visiting at the location for a poultry farm. Mr. from the services by bringing the Scripture rending and prayer-Rev. /getting his political enemies tint my heart is very, very Had, ;.
home of her brother, C. L. Peek. I Starkey is an experienced poultry I family and inviting your neighbors.: M. r.. Smith. Tho feud between Mr. Wilson and I cannot laugh or play. d
raiser and intends to engage in the Reading, "Memorial Day Homage" I Senator 1 Rood is of long standing It For pa has left tho bank in a lurch I.,

Mrs. LaMira Graham, of Jackson. I business in an extensive scale. In WITH 'filEmTIIOIIIS'r! -Sara Hope Hllyn<.'1Io was iilnioHt continuous throughout tin And fled! to Can-a-du. l
vine, is visiting at the home of her conversation with a reporter for the Piano solo-Mlsa Rosa Lcviton. eight years of Mr. Wilson's administration -
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez ': Telegraph Wednesday afternoon he Do you come to Sunday school ? Reading i -Hazel l Middlcton.Voice and became pronounced and "Oh, Canud.t, !My Canada," ,;

said that he had practically docidzd Well, you miss a lot of good, times: selection-Mrs. A. Z. Adkins.i bitter when Senator Reed, ln!uuinu tin That was his favorite tune, .
J. B. Alexander, of Hampton, a well to locate here I if you di>n't. The children had a fine Paper, "Origin of Memorial Dny" ijnlacnblo) fun of the league of nations I A till I always hail, a sort of hunch! J
known and popular young: traveling! )j "- -- time at the park last Saturday' hunt i -Miss Amelia Ray. I i II J Ho'd head for that land\ soon,
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\fl salesman, was transacting business in "TIlE KID GLOVE ORANGE": I ing Easter eggs!' and the grown folks Violin Duet-Mrs. Geo. C. White I At the San Francisco/ convention In'' -Phil II. Armstrong.!! '
Starke Monday.Mr. Mae Iluisdini.Memorial 1020 Senator Reed denied lili I
I i'\/looking forward to a fine time Friday end Miss Jennie was i'
}I': "The Kid Glove Orange" will bo : We are going out to Heilbronn AeI.lr'KII-l'I'of. HonjaminB. I sent as a delegate/ from Ids own stateIn ,I! GERMAN; ; "DUMPING": tI
. J; and !Mrs. W. B. Alexander and shown at the Gaiety Theatre on April i Springs for a picnic. Everybody meet Lane. I a contest brought by udrniiilstra-I
n fi:\ \\J daughter MissVilla, and Miss Jones 22nd. This picture was taken by the I I lut I the church at 3 o'clock. I| Presentation of Crosses of Honor- lion supporters In his district Aft"rI I One of the most interesting revelations

i i" of Hampton, were visitors: to Starke Louisville & Nashville railroad to We had splendid services last Sunday Chapter Historian.. an all nliiht hearing/! before tho administration : t regarding (the "dumping" of
n":,!: .., Monday. I show the new industry of growing, both morning and evening Next I Chorus, ixic"-'kho..J) !' choir controlled credentials I cheap, German: products upon lheIIwrfelin
I n I satsuma oranges. Sunday the pastor will preach the After the exercises at the auditorium I committee, Senator It'e.W\ It ban.'od.\ A 1 maiket is a statement from
i Mr. and Mrs. It. A. Bishop return- The satsuma I is the "farthest north" third 1 of the series of sermons on "Thj the graves of the veterans sl'cop-I A hot comeback from. tint Missouri! I, Rimer lI"vI'rl1I"iKtant secretary of
home Tuesday after a visit with orange, growing in southern Alabama, More Perfect Life" in the morning. In ing at Crosby cemetery\ will bo decorated I senator wax expected\ today.!: At his Die treasury. Mr. Dover says that
.,t I1I'f'd;, Bishop's parents, Mr. and Mrs. I I Mississippi and Louisiana. It is the I the evening we shall havo for our sub I with flowers, laurel wreaths and office it was stated that Senator Reed, I' "('old-filled' six jewel watches, curry-
f1. D. Prevatt, at Green Cove Springs I offspring of. on .orange> which i is hardy i iI ject "You Must Bear a Cross. WillIt (lags. hits photographed/ copies of the letter ; twenty-year guarantees," are being -
but not married to one that I _____. __ ____ he sold hy German manufacturersin
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I palatable Be! for God or tho Devil?" : which !\fl'. Wilson said ) had no recollection ''-
ml1.: There is not a single portion of the is palatable, but not hardy. The wedding I The pastor wishes to call a meetingof TRUCK! SHIPPING of having written. this country for 00 cents, and, with
ik\ 1" body that is not benefitted by then ceremonies are shown in tho pic- the stewards next Thursday eve 'II I the duty paid, the total cost to the

' r.\\ helpful action of Tanlac. Turner's ture. ning. All tho stewards are urged to Strawberry shipping is now on the ., CHRISTIAN: / CHURCH NOI'KH American importer in 7H)! cents.
1' Drug Store, Starke. I Taking ofT the skin of the satsuma be there. We shall meet at the par- :I wane. The receipts are light and, of I Owing to the ulmericu of the minister This, flrnt\ and most natural reaction
f'' -- | is just about as easy as taking oft kid sonage. I poor quality trod long-distance (shipments who goes Wauchuln to preach of the average citizen to this piece of
Miss Earle Dennis, of Macon, Ga., I gloves, as is shown. I I have almost ceased. Yet therein i next Sunday the services the 'lirin- I news Is a fooling, that hu'd like to !hI)}.
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" t and Miss Adelia Doane, of Waldo, I j There arc some beautiful scenes of PLANT INSPECTOR HERE sails for whatever comes In, at from Ulan church will ho conducted, hy Prof.Thonnjuest. uUu to buy one of these wutchas. Re"flinnn -

I were the week-end guests of Miss Ai- ;i the GulfCoast, and tho orange groves.:: .I --- $" to $1 per bushel. At II a. m. he will He"ik| I |! us to the ultimate evil of
; len Alvarez. j Then the picture shows how the trees II I I II. f'. Parham, with the State Plant C alihagi'/ i bl Mill! being shipped In on "Thu. Christian an II KoMior.. 2nd., "("dmnpim come afterward It is conaideruMe -

I' are grafted, cultivated, sprayed and i I ton I'd, is in the city, and his serviciM lnip, ; quantities!' supplied, by those I Tim 2:1.: cf u shock then, when tho
Mrs Colson's millinery goods have ; the' fruit is i are nt the disposal of persons! who killed! ,growers in Thoiinnvlllp nullml. j At K p. m. his subject will be "W ht- eager| citizen: lenrns from Mr. Dover .
I arrived and she will be open to the .I wish to "ship, potato plants. Mr. far )., L. ''''. Kickliter, Fred Flume, D'I ly Dividing; the Word." Mo will mil a !Hint the, aforesaid watches are being
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public next Saturday, the 22nd.! She the special peculiarities of the sat- ham asks that persons with plantRrlNTAWORU ( !. Cox, Albert Brmikr' noel K. M. : large chart at the evening worship tn Mold, ( by:' American retailers for $10\
I
| Is located in the Futch store. soma orange. Thomas, the last of whom looks! to the show why the P.il'lo Is ,divided or ronipoxed apiece
I j This is ono of the series of educational .Inpmcnt and 1 distribution! lioiirs" nndlii'h an it it). At the dust Af the That Is one way uf protecting theaveril
Mrs. T. Williams',,' mother, Mrs. I, pictures being shown in the : O : potatoes are also coming in In service, n printed duplicate of the American market from ihi>ap German;

Smith, who spent the winter with herdaughter ,, theatres of Southern Enterprises, Inc j larger quantities each succeeding ..1 ty. I luirt UHed will Im given to each one products, but it N a way that does, not
Ie 1i left last week for her hones and associate theatres; throughout the Sweet corn is doing well, hut Is I desiring it. This will be a 1"I"ful't commend itself to the Kaumer e con-
in Culpepper, Va. southeast by the Southern Railway needing rain. A far larger acreage of j memento of the xervicc. If there Is to be any benefit
i System, the Louisville! & Nashville tomatoes than ever before has been The Presbyterians will unite with \from honp foreign products, why not
H. O. Brown and family motored Railroad, the Atlantic & West Point, planted. The young plants look exceedingly I us in the evening" service and H hearty divide it up ?Gainesville Sun.Judge .
to Lake Butler Sunday to see Mr. Georgia and Western of Alabama rail- well. Of the fields we have invitation Is extended to the /general! f

r y,. Brown's father, Stephen Brown, who roads, and the Southern Bell'and Cumberland F'OUNJTaken up at my place at had an opportunity to examine, those I I i public to do the same Day may now retire upon hit
Mc'" has been quite ill. Telephone & Telegraph' Com- Saxton, two black sows, with white of T. N. Kendrick and Fred, Flume are Knowing Prof. Thorniiiest's ability laurel. lie has broken into national

panies. list, marked straight split in each in the lead. i(ns a Bible teacher, I would urge you print.When .
t Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Clark, of Jack ear. Owners can get them by paying -
sonville, are spending the week with READING CIRCLE ENTERTAINED>> feed bill and damages and this ---- ---- ---- --

her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Wain- UYIItS.! WHITE advertisement. John Moody, Laws B I H '

wright.We tey, Fla. 4-7-4t
Monday afternoon Mrs. J. W. White
believe in Tanlac and so will entertained the reading circle of the FOIL SALE-One good $600 piano, for You Pay By CheckYOU

you tf you try it. Turner's Drug Store Methodist missionary society at her cash, $325, or will trade for ten or
Starke. home on Sanderson street. Mrs. E. K. twelve head of cattle at the market
Perryman was the leader for the af- price, a good mule, or a good horse, KEEP ACCOUNT OF WHAT YOU SPEND.

Horace Wilson, of the University ternoon and the subject was African and the balance cash. One good! You know where stand.
'of Florida, has been spending a whileat mission work. Those taking part on South Bend Malleable Range, price I you
home on account of illness in the the program were Mesdames L. A. $25. Many other useful household

home of his father, E. L. Wilson. Davis, W. E. Middleton, J. W. White, articles at a reduced price for cash.!
Misses May Peek and R. R. Prevatt, Starke. 4-14-3t .
O. L. Haynea, Without Accountyour
Mrs. R. E. Gahagan, of Savannah, Olive Ray. 'W'1OJC'nllllii\llWWW\wru JC"" : a Checking
cam last week to see her brother, Miss Hilda Struth gave three charming
'William C. Powell, who died Tuesday voice numbers, accompanied by GOOD GRADE STABLE
keeps disappearing in driblets and much of it can not be accounted -
Is at money
Gahagan guest
morning Mrs. a Mrs. Perryman. Pink oleanders, ros- MANURE CHEAP I
the home of her father, L. C. P well. es and pansies were used for decorat- I Prompt Shipment for when you check up.

ing the reception room and parlor. At L. W. BERCMANN. I
the close of the meeting the hostess, JtckMrtJI. Ft*., Bn 2IU 3l.ll. A -

HOW'S THIS ? assisted by Misses Cassie White and i1tIDImLO1M1gK.
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE- will We invite you to open a checking account with us.
do what claim for it-rM your .Y8trm
we Venrne8. caused by ca- No Worm In a ncuilhy Child
Catarrh or
ftarrh.:.of We do not recommend It for am0HAl28ATARnil Wirms have BANK OF TAR KE
A Iclill<].en trow>led with aa non -
\ ? ; Mi.DI.ilNE:: l I. a d.li'.v color why b luiUt at... poor bind, nod at aute.'Iwrr
ill.tu'bancv.Ki FFRRYMAN
through anee"p I iris( tnPiurb'
.'the lkiuid blood. taken| upon Internal.f'". !n),"ico.ii and t i" : 'lilL1'! .'\f'!. 'IY! *" r'tu- ATTAR EY-AT LAW Paying by check is easy. Paying by check is safer +
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the lyatfRi. the, rort'iclnii the 11I1I..m.na.I irI,: n r C.r,.' wer.bc: ry ri u laO bhxel.rrr '.
tion and R8sl.un l Nature In restoring :' ,'i-aaearkaac.ctaaa: ''n'ss3a'rtottl1ep STARKE, FLORIDA MATTHEWS Pre GEO. C. WHITE Cashier
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FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1922

BRADFORD COUNTY TELE' RAPH. STAKKE. FLORIDA_ _. -- --
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!SIX\ .- ------ J. P. Tadgott was a visit," ''Jk

-----.- -------- Anthracnose causes enormous lossesin STEAMER WINS ; county site Saturday.

the watermelon fields of Florida; ; Mr.! and Mrs. Cleveland ,

...... ....................-....... year. Spray yours with bor- in Starke FrldnMis. ; ty
.
............................. every solution were shopping
r' deaux: mixture, using a share 4-1-50)of this- IN SWIFF\ RACE i : J. B. Owsley and iiiKlome 1, 7

Bradford and prevent your wore visitors to lamp 811I
The
With loss. I I Tuesday.Ben .

I I WITH DEATH Hall, of St.: Petersburg, ,!y

County Farmers Florida lands may be kept busy atgrowing .sting! his parents, Mr. and M g.

crops practically all the year. i: ___ I

L : ............. ............_........_1 In this manner they prevent leachingand Evades Phenomenon Hail.Miss Beditt Croft is visitini Micr
I _.............................. -....... erosin and making it possible to Ocean Greyhound; Florence Hall.Johnnle .

.1 produce, in the aggregate, as much as I of Peep by Narrow Margin Williamson was vieitttt

LU ------ states further north that have richejr Sunday.
CATTI.E\I'EN: AND) THE TICK 8. Do not feed animals of differs soil II. I New York, April 15.The story of I friends here
Swindel of Hampton
sizes together. waterspout which cnaseu Dave was n*
gigantic
a
It has been reported that since the 9. Provide clean, fresh water at HOW'S YOUR STOMACH the Cunard liner Curmania half an I iting friends here Sunday afternoon
BROW! Endeavor
FARMER subsided whenit The Christian gave (,
session of the state legislatu: all times. hour and then sudenly
last in general throughout the 10. See that the animals get plenty I Any Weakness or Distress ? Thought I was almost upon the hard driven I Easter egg hunt! Saturday aftcrnooi
cattlemen Farmer Brown. '
"I suffered/ for 8 Howdy, and passengers at 4:30, having about 12 dozen eggs!
and northern part of Florida of exercise. Copperhill, Tenn.- for little chat ship, was told by officers 1
a
western .
on the 11. Remember that there la no real years from stomach trouhle, and trot would just drop over when she arrived today after a hid away In the grass.! The ocomioi
feeling
have had a different that Dr. Tierce's Golden this evening. Been figuring on doin;:
be fatten fully can say enjoyed.
eradication. It even reason why hogs shouldn't for than round trip to the near east. was thoroughly
subject of tick Medical Discovery did more mo What color do you
has been said that perhaps the cattle and marketed in spring and summer all the doctors 1 over tried. Ono of my think some will painting.look best for my house I The liner was about 800 miles out I I Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Moorer enter-

raisers association might not only not as well as in fall and winter. neighbors Golden said, 'Why Medical don't DiacoveryNsent you try DPierce's I. Here is a color card I got down at of New York when the spout was tained some of their friends with i
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to further attempt I hnrelly and see he sighted. At first, passengers said, it'pound party Saturday night. Aft
be antagonistic any MITES TORTURE TilE! and got a bottle and enn DeWitt C. Jones store you
but that it DONT LET bottle did for m ', slight disturbance of UiT-'icnt.' games were played the assembled .
r to free the state of ticks tell how much that one has all kinds of paint and oil now. t appeared as a I '
such a movement. HENS and when I had taken three bottles I wnK: at $3.75 water about eight miles astern. Then guests were invited to th
might: sponsor I couldn't do t can get the very best paint ,
able to do worthing.; and churned ,
my twisted where supper was wait
Such is hardly the case, however, if .' housework before I begun; taking; the gallon. That's not so bad but we the waves were dining room
per
expression borne from a meetingthe
association held in the middle that is more annoying and blood thlrs-! want to and feel Rood. I praiso CPierce's with the an ever increasing volume. serving her guests by Mrs. J. P. Pelt\
state It has been said that Golden Medical\ Discovery to Well, Cy, I like that gray stated it stood Eula Swindel. Aft
Gainesville may 1 1 betaken : ty than mites. I For a time, they ( gett: and Miss !
at
y of March The Levy TimeDemocrat if the poultry raisers of this state eVl'rybody.-l\Il'II. J.neighborhood A. Itltee!il. dn brown trimmings. still, while Capt G. W. Melson after I supper was over all thanked Mr and
a guide. Go at once to your ;
as made
of Bronson, carried the following kept this one insect down, the epg) store and get the "Golden Medical Dis- I That's what I had about up pronouncing it a big water spout, or- I Mrs. Moorer for their kindnes amt) It

under an Otter production of the state would be aI- covery" in tablets or liquid.Vnte Dr.l.itre my mind on. How are things coming dered the liner sent ahead at fullsneed. bade them good night. !I
expression o'slnvll..liels.lIoleliu Buffalo, N. Y.. with friend, DeWitt C. Jones moment ,
of the most doubled. Dr. N. W. Sanbot, on our At almost the same -
Creek date in report of a part medical udvico. ,
for free I hardware store and .
of his
and
Gainesville proceedings: poultry specialist of the University the spout seemed to take wings

I'lortda, when asked for a remedy for St. Lucie-Made arrangements for I Oh, the store is looking fine, but he; rush" after the big ship. No Jok*.

4 "Dr. J. V. Knapp, state veterinaria, mites said: two spraying demonstrations against'' says the boys are not doing just right) Passengers crowded aft. Smok< Appearances are deceitful. Tin 1

a highly educated gentleman, who rceives "Insect pests are increasing in nut melanose. by him. Now that they have had such belched from the ship's funnels whit Slate on the outside of many a JIll!

111 $3,000 per annum to talk tick bers. The few of yesterday are the' II a good crop of berries and big price the Carmania strained every atom of Oun's prlviite olllce says: Tuih.' But

" eradication was given privilege to talk hundreds of today and the thousan( < Duval-Monday I established a 40- I he feels as how they ought to come her strength to escape. As the spou I If yon wnnt to know why the Big Gun

, upon that subject, making an eloquent of tomorrow. acre demonstration in corn on the I across with just a little more cash. He traveled it grew: larger. It widened i oco.ples his position, jou will lows, to

and interesting speech, especially I to "Mites lire blood suckers, living i on Southern Cattle Company's farm ;at feels they are kinder forgetting him, rapidly and towered high in the alrl tool, nt the plate"1'uiL"nn the tnsldi n. tit
know much about door I' '*:
those who did not the blood of laying and setting her, Baldwin. Perhaps some of them have just overlooked : throwing off spray. :1)
either the tick or cattle. lie describe chicks. Nothing wi11 that business men it jus
I as well as little the fact At first passengers: thought
3-f. all the different: kinds of tick that I Infest : more surely cut down e-jg production, CHIPS have to have their money. Here is aI a wonderful phenomenon. They begs

+t different kinds of stock, and:' than to I.me the hen house infestc4 little reminder he handing out. I'll' to bet on its speed, on whether i itI

claimed the ability to diacrimina with mites. Nothing will weaken anrf "There ain't anything any better 'to I, just read it to you. t I could catch the boat or pass it. Then 1886
C. Clya
S.
observation.
each by stunt the small chick more surely than it towered in the Carmania's ke,
Ii field of growing corn, as
than
called his hand and told him that I he look at a The rose is red
to be fed upon by these pests. Grandfather Corntassel. gaining: rapidly, it suddenly occurred
: I would, if possible, get a variety I of cracks says The violet blue;
"Mites live and breed in the I to the passengers that it carried certain

);4 ticks and present them to him ned of the house, in the straw of the 1 This little bill death: with it-that the race was:

morning, and also offered to give: him: nests, in the dirt of filthy floors anel Grow a few acres of peanuts.sell the It Is over due. I one for life. DAVISINSURANCE
discrimination."Mr will cash whether you
for each correct mean
$5 and unti
away up under the roofing! paper Tho spout continued to Rain
outright or pasture them to Please it nowDon't -
s- Clyatt succeeded m gettir: shingles. They come out at night: i to peanuts pay it was almost upon the ship. Th''
the land.
also wait till when
They improve &
/ the insects, but the veterinarian has feed on tho birds and sometimes they porkers. passengers! huddled, awe stricken, 01!

'e' not shown up yet to make the test. come by day, if so numerous all can't The last man to starve will be a The Bloom rose again.and violet the decks watching the oncoming mass

q; Cattlemen do not oppose tick eradication get around to the hens during. the farmer. of water. It had only to reach o'Jt

'I ', under possible conditions, but It ni:"he. for the ship-and it subsided as suddenly ;
Is almost as practical to try to dry "Dusting will not kill them as It -- childre For if you do as it had risen. Five minute ,
A No. 1 food for
Milk is thus
an Delay it ,
i .TM the gulf with teaspoon() as to rid will lice. You have to cover the mite' for the I later there! was nothing! to show ther
and it is just as good growl No violet STARKE ;
t Florida of the tick. Compulsory tick body with something! killing. Then' had been any disturbance of the placid -
eradication may rid Florida of tho are various 'lice killers' that do good ups. Will bloom for us. I ocean.

r cow, but not the tick. We found him work. Kerosene is better than noth-)) Capt. Melson smiled when ho wa. t.'
Give me the willing worker who Unless you pay, :ll<)"'I''I<' ') X: >l un'ar.uw'; ;: rr II t:
and most likely he will be ripht:) effective -
here, ing but there are more rem asked about it. ,t1I
things as they are and is tryln The rose will rest COFFINS & CASKETS
sees
on the job when we 1 leave.< "I'll never tell what would have ,
If this be treason, In other 'XordH, dies."Clean the house thoroughly. 1\Iale hard to Improve them by his own ser- Upon our fair happened if it had caught us," he I And a Full Line of

, i i make the most of it. It is a lot like a regular spring cleaning: job of i It. I vices. And manly chest. said "In fact I never could havo told I II Undertaker Supplies

the old alley woman who waR told I to Get one of the wood preservers and I We would have been Haled! as missim '
little better for, 1 i in Don't oat spoiled foods, especial)! The birds will sing, "
I p, crub her children a mix an equal quantity of kerosene on the marine register. II AUTOMOBILE: IlEAUSfc ;
But what of that? .
health's sake, arid who answered that it. Spray this into nil the corner, i those that have been canned. They -- --- I Always on hand. The best er

ww they had been living that way sinco, cracks and spaces where the mites re- I .>f ten cause serious illness and sour We shall not hear them I FIVE MILE 'K* .! the lu\ "' iKt. prices.' Sped !!: ; )
Where we're nt.
i birth and that she'd keep them out i of tiro. Repent once a week for a montl, times death. I cut stratum to telegraph or

school if she had to go to all the trot doing: the work when the hens are out Five Mile, April 21.-M. A. Black I.r. "lu"t..r..d Embalmer.DeWT1T : .

ft hie of cleaning them. of the house. Keep the hens outsit! I If you succeed in the livestock gam So come across; welder and son were here on businesi :

l w The pat old expression of that way I till tho wood has soaked up all spat without raising your own feed at We need the dough- 'I Wednesday.Joe II C.:JONES .
Not the
in
of doing relates to slicing: off the rmsi spray. Coal tar dips can be used, but: home, you may say that you are one spring, Williams, of Providence, was ibusiness i a STARKE, FLA ,
to the phystgcnomy. lout of a hundred But now, you know. oJ
? protuberance spite nre leas effective( and must be repeats visitor here Thursday. aSta&i: \)t9QTtIMlEN! ttkiSt! uliQt7N6i.91 t -iud
i .-Lake Worth Leader. more often." A very pretty home wedding, wa1, .
The is red
rose ,
Well managed henj: make money even solemnized Wednesday when MisThjlis : TO'WICJdrove's 'l
Ths violet blue
a SOME: PRACTICAL KITLKSFEEDING : nm COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTS: when eggs aro cheap. Poorly managed Do we need cash;? Kobprta becamo the bride or Tasteless chip: Tonic *. reEnergy ,

v hens doubtlessly never make any Mr. Anthony Johnson and Miss Nellii and Vitality by Purifyin, .:
I'll we do! I
Brevard-Farmers and growers are iioney. Gut rid of your slackers. say Johnson became. the bride of Mr. Benjamin Enriching the DIood. When you 1 1strengthening. > "

1. Be interested in the feeding of spraying for insects and diseases, following '" That's good. It makes me think ot Roberts, Notary II. C. PeopleoHclating. .Invigorating effect suf

.. ( your animals. / systematic methods as they Good care of the horse in sprin nn old skinflint who was always put ( Only relatives and intimate It brings color to the cheeks and I J" w

t 2. Feed sound, clean\ feed in clean have never been known to. and early summer will pay dividend lUng; off paying his bills!\ He made j a friends of the contracting parties I It improves the appetltd, yo\ ..1w,*

u receptacles. If damaged be used cook atcr. Clean off old hair, espociall and added a postscript to it, sayIng were present. We wish their mar appreciate its true tonic value.

4'' it thoroughly before feeding. Th Polk-Citrus prices have steadil, under the collars and prevent troublesome When I am dead, I want a cheap] reed life to be as cloudless and happj Grove's Tasteless: chill Tonic )J Mii'tf' I

practice of feeding! hogs in the mud I Is isen, some oranges/ bringing! $5 a box: sores. headstone and on it I want inscribed'I : as tins; their wedding, / day. Iron and Quinii.u suspended, in syrup| s. I

i too common. ]}on't do it. m the trees. Citrus and watermelon will call some other day." R. D. Faircloth, of Lake Butler, was pleasant even children like it. The Ii "I[ i :'

j;. 3. Have a variety of feeding stuff rowers: aro spraying for diseases and There Is more profit in keeping i a the guest of relatives hero Sunday. needs QUININE: to Purify it and IRON: >

ti in the ration and see that it is balancer. ; few good cows than in keeping man;; ZIFP Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Johnson were Enrich it. Destroys Malarial! germ s'idGrip
by Us Strengthening. Invb'JMacing : "
poor ones. Keep milk records and fini shopping in Lake Butler Friday. germs .
avoid sudden Putnam-A hundred acres of swee ZiflT, April 21.-An egg! hunt wa nr"ct.IP. .
4. Feed regularly and out which of your milkers are loafing Mrs.! Lillian Dekle visited friendi "---
changes in the ration potatoes have been planted at Flora I' n.tho job.SOUR. riven at the home of Mr.' and Mrs end relatives in Lake Cutler Friday

G. Don't overfeed! or underfeed tome. From 20 to 23 carloads of IrIsh Truman Dyal Sunday afternoon and a I Murray Thomas of Miller, was here ASPIRINName

Watch your animals closely and be potatoes are being shipped dully large crowd attended., II Pridiy.!

guided! by the results of your feeding from East Palatkn.Gadsclen I STOMACH Misses Rhoda and Alva Thomas Mr. Clayton, of Santa Fe, Desmond

.C. Make your feeding operation: pent the week-end at Pine Hill, thruest < i :tikes and Jimmie NcKstnith, of Dukes "Bayer" on Genuirtt

? as cheap as possible. Utilize nil pasturage -To date 329 of our dairy of Miss Pearl Greene. i 1=+1.! K. Stokes, of MilNr.! I were nmong
"
1 nttli' have been pronounced tubercu- iDGESTIOIBedford's ; Misses Altha and Opal Lewis and
tit and cheap rouahago by turn'- : tl.e prominent visitors here Saturday.!

ing them Into some animal product. iris free. We have organized/ a county )llie Kelly spent Sunday with Avy I, .T. M. Dukes nn'l slsfjr.! Miai! Hat-

7. Provide a good! succulent pasture co-operative bull association. Our Iturlinp. tI", S. K Stokes, Jimmie Nc-ssmith,

throughout the year. county has voted for tick eradication. ]; Misses Nona Brown and Ruby Dyal Hissc-s Norma Dekle, Mae Duke, and
BbcliDraag&tRecoramf IIigLt
.. [ lessrs. Truby Dyal and Raymond
I Ruby Proctor attended a social a tthe
CALOMEL: SALIVATES Madison-The farmers of Greenville ruled by Teancssea Brown; of Graham, attended the egg home of Mr. and Mrs.. Earlo Dukes

EVEN WHEN CAREFU'I, organized a stock breeders association Grocer for Troubles! Resulting hunt at the home of Mr. Dyal Sunday '" Saturday evening.

this week and have made tip- 0 I'I'afternoon. Marcus Dekle, of Ocala, spent Easter -
Treacherous Drug Cannot be Trusted Mention for charter. from Torpid There will\ be church at Rock Saturday here with his parents, Mr. and

"j And Next Done May Start /' Liver. and Sunday. Everybody invited I Ito Urs. P. P. Dekle.

::1 Trouble Os'eola-We tested 109! dairy cattle attend. 4,:' Mrs. Ann Murphy was the guest of (10
this week for tuberculosis and found Warningi: Unless you; ace the name
Calomel is dangerous. It may salivate tfrs. Emma Johnson Sunday. Bayer" on package or on tablet youre
i 1 ai you and make you suffer fearfully only one reactor. East Nashville Tenn.- The efflo -- Mrs. F. L. Drawdy is spending this not getting genuine Aspirin |pre-

of from soreness of gums, tender. ency of Thedford's Clack-Draught, till Bridges In, ..UaJor)'. week in Lake Butler receiving medical icribod by physician for wenty-one

ness of jaws, and teeth, swollen ton l\Iarlon--Car'tul estimates show ;enuln, herb, liver medIcine It The only mention of a bridge In the rcatmant. ..'\enr.and proved wife by millions. Takaspirin
farmers and truckers have been ouched for by Jlr. W. N. Parsons, I nnonlcut Scriptures Is Indirectly IQtbe only a* told in the Buyer peck
and excessive saliva dripping our
T. II. Rimes and
gue I son, J. D., were ':K) for Ooldn, Headache, Neuralgia" .
r1 1 t from the mouth. Don't trust calomel. ived at lea't $350) on spraying e pcn- meet of this city.eft Is without principality\ ut Oe''hur, a district I I ruests' of Mr. and Mrs. P. 1-. Dekle !IJiutimatlara: Earache, Toothache, Lam
It is mercury; quicksilver. ses: by following instructions of the doubt the best liver medicine, and I to the northeast of the Sea of GnUl..e.I iunday. 'ago and for Pain. Handy tin boxes otwclye

If you fc"l hlllousn headachy, constipated county agent. tout believe I could get along withoutL At this place a bridge |III sold to exist ;: Bayer Toilet of Anplrir -vstew
eUII which Is culled by the Arabs "the I I Mr. and Mrs. B. POWI"ve! an .ent rniggigtf also cell larger pack-
8 'U knocked out, just go L take it for sour stomach, headrrm
; of of Jacob." The ,, "er Tilnj>ing Saturday aft ic'n. r'lI's.; C Aspirin i Is the trade mart of
brt.Jn the son
bottle of .. ...
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to your di :iat and get a p"..... .Tf,i.>: !been; conducting do'*- fcml lives. 'Ir-'st' *, t1/ ; ::yrranufoctura' of Moavacetiewitl'
credited with tberd
lomans! being
l>o.i..on'a i r ten lor.. IB* uenta nstratlons in preparing spray materIals other troubles that are tbs result eli are tc. of Fetlicylipcid
substi- constructors of arched bridge TI1ERESSATheressa
harmless vegetable
which is I
a
liver.I -
and watermelons torpid
calomel. Take a In spraying tomatoes evtr vtrentna.
for dangerous
.' tute spoonful and if it doesn't start your and in identifying the diseases bar known and used It for yean, -- April 21.-W. E. Baker, To Cure a CoU in One Day'ails

liver and straighten you up better ot f' these crops.IIlIml1tonFormers. nd can and do highly recommend IIto To Stop a Cough Quickiko" of Lake Geneva, was attending to busses i.AXATIVE PROMO OH1NTVR; (TnMetOitont.i : titold
: 't iimrt unit warts
I won't to bed with I I andtteada.'he t:
calomel and __ every one. co here t' W. 1111.. -
I and quicker than nasty HEALING '? Monday. KOV rtu..uiu.o co CecIl
+ will do all II HAYES" HONEY IIcough
the housn. It
Dut It In
making sick, just got are ordering.
without you you medicIne which stops the cough by
g back and get your money.If land plaster through the farm bureau. I I lalms to do. I can't lay enough foi bealUlg the Inflamed and Irritated tissues.A .

you take calomel toil ly you'll be : L" box of GROVE'S oPE..TRATESALVE

sick and nauseated tomorrow, ; besidesit Citrus-We have 1,200 acres of wa- Many other men and women thronitvut for Chest Cold, Head Colds and!
may snllvnte you, while if you take I IDod90n's irmelons in this county. the country have found Black Croup In enclosed with every bottle) oAYES' GENERAL INSURANCE
HEALING HONEY. The salve
Liver Tone you will wake Mr Parsons describe
i Draught Just as ;lould; be rubbed on the chest and throut
feeling great. No salts ne essary. valuable In regulating the liver ItIII HAROLD C. WALL
tip Clay-One potato. growers association of children suffering from a Old or Croup
Give it to the children because it Is for central grading normal functions, and la cleanslnf The heeling effort of ITnvri Healing Honi>y la
and cannot sllIvate.Ac168. is arranging a the .
perfectly harmless .Id.!0thethroettnmbin.'dwith hvahntlefTMtcuv /
the; bowels of Impurities.Thedford's .. STARKE FLORIDA
t and packing house. e o-PfID-Tta. Salve thnratlh the pores or' ,
DlacU-Drausht: liver rnedt J"ilk In Man stow a cuuiOi.B44 .
.
-- h nniHlifl are pn<.fcMl In one carton and' tb.I .
Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Dnyef Dade-The entire week spent pre d:1e Is the original and only genuine of the combined' treatment.U 35o. f* ,l FiRE. LIFE, BONDS, AUTOMOBILEPAGE
a \\J i Imitations or ub Ututi .. Just ask druggist for HAYES'
If PAZO OtNTTIESTrallto in this Accept no your
'; Prugsilnta wftinrt money paring for a milk campaign
i cut a ,la-nlnn, ,IIISK'I .ikeclrnaorPneru'ib.YPic l> I 1\\'l11e > >k for ThccU.)rd'L r.. ICA11NG IIONBY.ry .
[ i 'ilrv ,ichin4 filuo, mi.l you ion tiil county next week.
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FRIDAY APRIL 21, 1H-22.! : _. BRADFORD COUNTY TKIK: . STAKKB. Kl.OKIHA PAGE SE\'ftW \
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the light oughly enjoyed the time. Thoso present j I Mr. Hint Mrs. A. L. Green, of I'm Rev G. W. S. \\"..inof Worthington/ /NOTICE OF \STEUS BAKE -

,IND ENABLED I Even Fine Print May be Read I were Doris and Grace Moore, Ruth Hill, were hero Frid.iy nftci-noon. preitclied two Kfrnioim at the Baptist virtue Hereby* of' notice that. curtain I. trUvn anal that I do and"'"r or and for h*' r*

The registration made by tho de- and Ruby Criblm, Minnie and Rf.liy | Mrs. J. W. Surrency and brother, cljurch) Sunday ctftttiro. mmlf by the ju.do J ..f the Eighth: Judicial
Circuit. nt Ht,'ooll..d ,
County Klor.dn !I.chancery I.
vini i in so delicate that type as small I Alvarez, Ada Roberta, Lois RiL'h, Gideon D. S. Hall, of Bradford, were here. Mrs.\ Forrest Druwdy, of Five Mile,, wlUhiti. on ilu 9th clay of M reH.'

. .I fO READ PRINT aa that known as "1I1V'n point which AlvniX'Z, Philip Robjils, John Arthur ': Monday. wan the guest of her niece, Mrs A. C., i!1'1 cd by). II'her.:.. bu In. 'hnivl ruts or or nml Aunio n. ,,,,t E.frinttd Pitt,It,A.Join U.

is us fine as any commonly used, may I Andrew*, Howard Mitore. I I A HOC i nl was given at the homo "f :Strickland: the tirM purl of tho week i IVitli iw conn'''Utn.nnt. and| nuHlnut Plownt!

be i cud by its use." The length of tho i Dr. King, of Lake Butler, was a professional Mr. and !Mrs. U B. Colson Sattn'dny, ; Mrs Miriam Pilden of High Springs; ) | wife iTi'ymunth" tin tlolentlitnt.Tlie nod. Cnthorlno Freymunth, his

BY NE'DEVICE\/ :icalcor! five ajmts of light shining I II visitor hue during lust week night., Music und guinea woro I'njoj; spout Monday evoiiinp the guest ol I .umlrntlitniMl, n. SIHU.IA! MiwtUr, will elI .
I 1 fci r... ..1. IP front of the hniMc I.! "
I through the perforations, may bo adjusted U. P. Coffin of Johnstown in until lute hour after which her sister Mrs H Priester. court
was ed a dainty; )F. She HturUo, Flop tin. during. the ,local hour of ..!.
so ns to .orrespond. with thu town Saturday att'ernoon. refreshments were served. Those jire.s and Mrs. Prestor left Tuesday morn- ''1 on Monility. tttd. let day of May A. D. IMS.to "

JUT \NSF01IMK1): TO SOUND hcitdil of letters to be read. Tom r'mttain: of Lake Butler, was ont wore Missus( Mnnn Andreu, Wil Ing for n visit at 1"lnl'lIhnme. I I[ following the hlithivt tlimcrUM'ii Mid properly bwt balder' situated for asxh cud tin INK

PERFORMS MIRACLE I Miss Hogan suld she had learned in 11 to-vn Saturday. llio Mae Oliver, Annie McLeod, Li>tti!,. Ardell Drnwdy, of Fivo Milo, was li Ktortttn.>:: in, the Hewitt county': of Bradford and ntt'. of I II

the time she had studied reading by Co). A. S. Craws of Starke, and Gainey, Eunice flaxen: Stl'lIutlll': a business visitor to Lake Butler on I 1 l.i... R nnd. 7 of Block 2It, nn por pint' .flip .j.I j.

a device I known in the optophona ,Ithe I help! of the optophone to make out Judge A. V. Long/ of Palntka, were in "Ward, El ma and IV-url Shaw, Lwi'tIlnrrell \ !Monday. I I (tI runtalnlrw town of I Htnrtto on '.-qu. and" Johan as mtililMn pare. more.thereto of f

h eleetricnHv transforms light about 15 words a minute. Uut she l had town tho first of tho week. and Inez Abernathy, Messrs Miss Shaw spent the week-end with Ins. AW> lot 1 Number 8't I Block 1 Number tl j jI
I II 1 I In the town of SI..rko M map| or plat of
sound and rciriston i printed word I studied it only a short time aId, said Lucian\ Fred and Mar' I. .:axon, lewis i I, her pi.ae.nta, at Madison. Bald. lawn. par i j
tho of renders there In that tho device Is I II A. V.. ADKtNS. "
ear II no more difficult to BltOOKERBrookor Shl'lvlnnnd Crews Hnawnld laid
, Pro-I( Mrs P. P. IKiklo of Five Mile: visa K M. JOHNS.. Special. M*. I yt
that the entire realm of learn than Drail'e ( I
is
I' reading hy ; and Orville Ward Olauilu Crosby, Cephu iteil Miss Marshall Proctor lust Fri- .110'10.'' tar Complnlnnnt. rNO1KE .'

will bo opened up to thoso who!>> the latter, as everyone: knows, gives April 21.-Services will beheld irarri-Il: Pitt Baxter. j day. She was accompanied homo by .,

totally blind; for tho optophono) I only limited access to the world of letters Saturday night! and Sunday at Vera Surrency, of Pine Hill, WHS a Misses Norma Dekle:! and Ruby Proc FOR MINISfKtTOK FIVM DIorillNCK: OF At.

I its them to read any ordinary while the optophone makes this the Free Will Baptist church. Every- visitor hero Monday tor. 'I I In Court of County Ju.I..... nrailford vounty. .

or newspaper print. I I access practically universal body invited. Miss Annie Smith, of Chicago, III I Miss Mao Dulie spent the week-ond Butt I of Florida.of Alva II. Rodney. ', dfcoiumil.Molten .
In rv-i"' lnto'
ic contrivance which has been 1ft ,I School Is progressing nicely under was a visitor, hero Saturday. | with her parents, Mr.\ anti :Mrs. Ben In hirby' ","'..n. to All whom It may ,.,.
ess of development about 10 HAlFORD the of Prof. A. Shaw. I A. J. So well concern. that nn the let tlitv of MBV. A. U.I .
years management B. I Mr. and Mrs. spent) part
t I Duke, of Five 111 ill!. v Hil!. I hail apply l to he Ifiinnnhlo. It. A.
only recently been brought to Much good is hoped from this normal of lust week with their son, J. II Mr. iiiul Mrs. H. L. Fowler spent Omen, Judge of nit court, it* Judge of pmlmta.
'I .. of the
perfection that its use Is prac- I Raiford, April 2 l.-:Miss:\ Ruth Roberts school.L. Sowell, of footer Pond. | several clays in Jacksonville this week I rotate fur my'of final Aha dinphnrup U. Itmlni-y,nilmlnlittrittor ill-craned. : and lhtut

; and its initial demonstration of Worthington, was visiting relatives A. Brown was in Stnrko Sunday Rhoda and Rfbn Brown of Pine Hill Mr. Fowler had to consult a specialist the same. mlminlHtrntur limit I will piwtmt..f said my Mititto tlnnl and no.count .

|: given late in February in Jersey I and friend here several days afternoon entered school h"reI011: in the offices of the Federated last week. I Llnted March 1. ',. 1022.I .
i Miss Oviedu Connerly spent the forget Sunday school next Tho many friend of Mrs John Mott I WILLIAM n.ONF.Y..

r nl'ers' Development corporation. I Messrs. W. H. Andrews and Eustis week-end at Cooter Pond with home-I Sunday afternoon nt >t o'clock, and B,. I will be pleased to learn that she is Estate of Alvu II u".I"'y.S.KI.M.4-211! .

his showing Margaret;\ Hogan, Crews! were visitors to Worthington folks. Y. P. U. at 7:30: oVIork.\ rapidly improving. CfiuMHl. **' ----

is total); blind read by means i Wednesday.Miss John Pinholster, of LaCrosse, was --- Mr. and 1 Mrs. Francis Coffin and Hi'I (,IA" ELECTION; NOTICEClUnlNANCK

ie optophone an entire pago off I Dora Johnson is nt home again hero Sunday afternoon.G. LAKE BUTUKR David Coffin, of Johnstown, motoredto NO. at 112.. .djowrnnml -
> that an
paper print. The inventor is I after closing her school. I B. Colson and J. M. Shaw were in Luke Butler Saturday afternoon. ,..1|HE If nil lhMh.MUBKt.L of the town wiunrll of the Imvn

> ,'. E. E. Fournier d'Albe, B. S.' M. Misses Fannie and Mary Bloods- Gainesville Friday. ..r tl<...k... In the County of. llrltdford. Sin'' '.
I Lake Butler, April 21.-Mrs. W. E. I Fnto Brown, of Miller, motored to of Florida, held on the 2nd tiny' of iii II reh.
A., formerly lecturer on physics worth were visitors to Lake Butler : Misses Jewel McDavid and Thclmn Mixon and little daughter! Dorothy, I Lnko Butler Monday evrninij. A. l> I tUU, at Ita regular pin... of rmvtlnu,

e University of Birmingham I during last week I Thomas, of Cooter 1-ana, entered our of Miami, are the guests of :Mr. and Mrs. Iva Sprinkle and Bon, Henry, there In' thu ln Town.>lnK Dreamt of Stark the, *followliiK t eluht o clock mrmht-m p m.1 .

and, whose original experiments I Miss Billy McCormick, who has been school Monday. Mrs. I). F. McDonald motored to Salt Springs Sunday returning .aid H cnunril\ Hryaii., to-wltl 1) IJ.. OrllTIn n. C. Jones. JAtieent

ht before the London Optical visiting Miss Perla Whitten, returnedto Virginia Weeks who has been for Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Wise IInll\h's\ Tuesday afternoon w. Whltu'

ntlon in 1912, aroused wide her home in Atlanta, Ga., the first the past two weeks at Vincent's C .C. Garris motored Worthington I Mr. Comming, of North Carolina, At which: J. F.certain Colley.proeentinm. were hailnmonic ,

tific interest. of the week. I I hospital, Jacksonville, with an abscess i Sunday afternoon.Mrs. was a business visitor to Lake Butler fotmcllmnn which were 8. A.the Bryan followmi pre! :ent...l certnln -

Kht Speaks In Musical Notes I Mrs. Tuck Dowling and children, i of the eye was brought home Saturday J. D. Cobb and children, of ,i Sunday. onlinnnc. Councilman and moved J. W.It'*Whit adoption.......nd..1 and \.

ys of electric light, projected by Willie, Clarice and Dolly, were visitors '' much improved.Mrs. Ocala, spent several hours in our town Walter Knight and Casper Duncanof said thereupon, 1 motion to adopt **ld ordinance and Bald

y photographic lens, are thrown j in town Tuesday. Jno. Surrency and children, of Saturday and Monday. I I Gainesville' were wc-ok-ond 1 visitors .motion.? the "AYw"lK-lnir. then and .ami.N...there." and put the lo roll the bein voU, .. 1 :.

gh five rows of perforations in Mrs. Drew Addison, who has been Graham, were here Sunday. Marcus Dekle, of Ocala, visited his with friends und relatives.Dr. called liy the enlil. vote orillnano.. .. of all was tho eouncllmon nnanlmoualy'pnwent adopted j

olving disc after having been I! spending several days here at the Miss Equilla Dixon, of Graham, was grandfather, S. S. Proctor, and family and Mrs. J. E. Moines left Monday each of aid. councilman. voting" "Ay" s mlthtir t

eyed in a tiny electric carriage, home of' Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Andrews, I In town Saturday enroute to Alach- Sunday. morning to attend the O, E. S. *. I b1 lielnn In the no word vote. anil Nay flu-urn. .which followlnit.lANUORr or Vnanr 1,

the line of printed words to be'' returned to her home in Jacksonville ua. Mrs. John Halo left Wednesday to grand chapter, held the first three >lNANCIS

These rays of light appear to'' Sunday.Rev. I Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Pinholster, Jr., join her husband in North Carolina. I days of this week in Jacksonville. CALLING OK AN ELIOCTIoNtsliasIr.: I

technical observer to resemble| J. T. Barnes filled his appoint spent Saturday afternoon in Lake I The Woman's Club met Monday afternoon TIN JI'ESl'HN TO: TUB!: QUALIFIED OF ISSUING\: EI.I'CTOK.'lTIIPJ TIfIKrV-

arallel bars of a staff in which ment at the Baptist church Saturday Butler.M. at the club room, Mrs. A. C. PROVIDENCE SIX BONDS THOUSAND OF! TUB DOLLARS TOWN OP("STARKO!llt oflO Out'

c is written; and as they pass night and Sunday morning I P. Matheny was a business visitor Strickland presiding, After a short FLORIDAFOR TUB I'llRt'OSB! OK KWCONSTIIUCTINO -
Hill Nil
the letters they are reflected!I The Easter program; at the Metho- 'I to Gainesville last week.R. business session Miss Marshall Proctor Providence, April 21.-W. I* Blair, TilE/ WATERWORKS AND AND KNI.A F.I.KfTR'C:

from the disk and transformed dist church Sunday night was carried ( A. Weeks was in Jacksonville one chairman of tho program committee I of Miller, was looking after business\ SI'AKKB.I.K.IIT I'l.ANT FLORIDA.OK! TUB!: TOWN OK

sound by means of selenium cells; : out with great success. It was well | day last week. took the chair and an interest here Monday. UK IT ORDAINED: by the Town Counril:: 1'

Bound corresponding to five notes attended and everyone enjoyed the The Easter program was rendered ing; program was rendered, consisting I I Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Smith spent of Florida the: Town that then of Stark eh.ll ,b*Urailford'held In 1 the County* x

scale. evening. I Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock and an of reading from the Florida Bulletin last Sunday at the home of Mr. and 1 Town of Hlark at the City Hall on the ,.t

enium has the property of offer- Earl Whitten was a visitor to Lake egg;\ hunt for the Sunday school was and recitations given by Willie Mae I Mrs. R. A. Y. Roberts. I day in accordance of. June. A.with D.the 1922 provlalona a flpeclat of the Kleotloa otmlltutlun .

I high resistance to the Butler Monday. 1 enjoyed afterwards.Prof. The following from here visitors and law of the atat of Florida.. Including -
11 passage j Johnson and Clara Knight. Delicious / were Clutl>ter No. 8H4 of the Act of tar
lectricity; this) resistance, how- Mrs. C. Moore and little granddaughter -, A. B. Shaw spent the weekend ice tea and pimento sandwiches. were I to Lake City Monday: !Mr. and iH-vlnlatur of Florida for the. year' 11)19. toe.
'I log Hpeelnl LeulHlatlon entitled. "An act to
is broken down to a large degree Willie Mae, are visiting relatives with his family in Gainesville. served by Miss Proctor, Mesdomes Mrs. Virgil Brown, W. L. Summers, amend' ",...t.n, Three of Chapter> 4504. Act i

J light shines on it. It is some- in Tampa this week. I IMcsdames I Cliff M. Chancey, of Gainesville, Oswell Roberts and II. Rosenberg.Lake W. T. Frnlick, Leonard Colnon, J. C. of IHBft HHli.an Act amended of I IU07,by M*Section amnndeil. On by of Charter Chanter CC

called "the electrical eye," belt S. II. Moore and W. H. j: spent the week-end at tho home of R. Butler was honored last Friday Ward, J. I. Summers, C. O. Bielling/ etaro"777.. .leitnl Act th of. ISIS Incorporation entitled" of".o\n the art Town to .!of*. i

r is affected by light. The Andrews entertained tho little folks A. Weeks.D. evening! by a visit from Mayor 'V. F. Smith and Mr. Markham ..... lit the County of Bradford Ineorpormslumler

<1'are' produced as the printed let'ilitcal with an Easter egg hunt Sunday af I': F. Connerly and daughter, of John Martin, of Jacksonville. The Mr! .and Mrs. Edgar;: Summers, accompanied >. and th.town, General*, and Law!.. provlil for Inmirporatlnir for. the ImiilnM. eltli -

notes of the optophone, there- ternoon. The little folks were delighted '; Cooter Pond, attended the Easter services crowd !gathered at 8 o'clock in frontof by O. B. Clark, went to of lend liy eatd town for Die purpoe. of .*.
lulilUhlnir a avHlem of Waterworkit, Howernir'
;( >asses between the selenium and with the gay colored eggs and thor- I here Sunday afternoon. the club room and l listened with Lawtey Saturday to visit relatives. I and: fur Itlurnlnallnfr lunHIe;:*. and to emote
a Itimrd of 1'ultl, Work of ald Town' ;" aulilKiucinl
t 11. interest to the hfieci'n delivered by Mr. and 1 Mrs. C. M. Smith and' children Fliollon: lo iliMvrmlnu. the iiitMtinn ofIwiillim

'1i Mayor Martin. His subject wits Citizenship Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Summers, llrtlifHI.no, honiln of nnld' town for the.
nuriimin of ICfConntrucllnir and Knlarirlnir the
i and Law Enforcement: His Mrs Lee Rogers/ and 1 son attended the Wiitcrworlm: I and l.li-rirla: Light I'lunl of the
town of fltnrhe, KlurldnIIIJ
1 1t listener were charmed hy his remarks Easter service at Lutheran church, IF HJlinilOU I UUDAINr:! thut, Ix-nit, d
Inntii d In Itlliiunlii'e' of ...hl election llhnll lirititttMl t
Mason Sunday.
and trust he may pass our way againin / near ,
July '1. I1U2. 'In ili-noinlnnt. ,* ol Ont
H the near future. !Mrs, Levy Frnlick Is spending. : n 'lltotfflnnil, IMInr"< 1I.nO..Oll'I | ..10. and shell
rr do niitnlirriil, and mitttire. a. follow:
Messrs. J.P. Coin; and, sons, Frances while with her daughter( Mrs. Hii"liMnrkhitm No*. ( MothIncltnlvru
Au'w..II"/t, Mnbtrlod.
f rid Mr. and Mrs. Osnient near Lulu.
,
David
I Ui 2 'J noii mi July I I. Ih2t
Commercial Mrh.! Culler'' of. Johnstown motored to t.'. C. HtimiTioiM, of Live Oak, was a :i I.. i rj.nun.i>n July i, r j II
0 to 0 I t.onii on July I. IIM1
Luke lititler Tuesday afternoon. InmirieMs visitor. hero Friday.' 7 i b i n 32,110011/1/ July 1 I. nun
Mrs. Noven !Merrilt of Jacksonvilleis II to 111 ti.IIIIO) ) oil July t. lu.:'9M
Rev. Major ban recovered from nn l.i M 'JIIO1100 July' 1. luno
4 attack of the Influenza. visiting her IlIlrl'ntllII"! and. Mrs. 11 )lo I H '.imoilll July 1. 1IIHIla
I.. 14 5/9u0OIl ./luiv i. I ITU"
t Mr. and !Mrs.\ Osteen ,who have been A. II. Williams. 17 to IH IJ.IIOUIIO July, I. IH.IH
110'\ to IJ.nniMio'' July I, I'l'U'
JobPrinling running the Kiltrar: Hotel, left Thurs 21 lo in $JJllnl.a11', .Isly> Ipro"
day and Mr. and !Mrs.\ I>. W. Horum Since It has outgrown Jho bootleg i.l!: lo 24 unnooo, July I. I'ldnun 1,
mother to ii! u.OIK) on July' i II.51 I
will take rhnrge Thursday. stare: we ought to call it by ( ft to t" fJ.O"" (Ito July I, IttlHt
< u, Hit 14.000(11)( July 1. III.i*
yINr yINrt .
Severn! Easter egg hunts were given name.If :u lo iu i.non no July i. 11140
last l Friday afternoon. Il.l\: to H4 IJ.OnUOO July 1. IOU
the truth must! be told 1. the crying/ ia lo an 14..1111''' July i. nnMolh I
En Euiitrr: : service was held tit the princlial| and Interent nhftll IM fiayabl
need of the country is to quit crying. In irolil coin, nf the. Untied Htatoa of A.tierl**
Methodist church Sunday of. the prenent landard. of weliiht and flnenfii -
nt the llnimuxr National Hank In the
Oscar Rimes, of Pine Hill, was in
1 Do the right thing nail you won'tgo City and Hunts of Now York Interest nt the
town Saturday looking after business rule of alt. per centum ((6 per centum) per
: wrong.A mmtiin ,..",,,1.1. ...mi-nnnn.lly.
affairs. UK I'r I'Uitiiii.it" : oitiiAiNicn/ that the
Mr. and Mrs Ira Pinholster Mrs. form of I,.hut to l b. ,....1 at mid. Hnoclal Ele.-
woman with n pretty leg( rim disperse tlon alinll 100 ulmtitnliully In th. followlnir.
Holder and daughter! of Pine Hill, form to-wlt i
{;
CARDS a mob quicker than a squad\, of iOKFICIAf:' BALLOT
motored 1 to Lake Butler! Saturday BOND ri-F.CTION: OP TOWN OF !HTARKII.
Elisba Kite and family have traded police-if she walks nwny. FLORIDA
fry'i' POSTERS ---.-- I(.'Id' on th* Ut dity. of June. A. I>. 11)23.)
; their place In Clay county to Hob NOTICE OP HAI.K OF COUNTY BONOStlorehe Make cnnn-murk f)11) ) to the left"of LItep'.III..n

1 Green and have moved here on the notion I. irlven that the bard ofhc.n.l t4> Indlunl' the either) way"For"you dialr or "Atralnat.to vot*. no a*
,
ENVELOPES Mr. Green. trimtiM of nrartfon! ('.iunt''. Klorliln.will Kor ( 'III OHO ill" Itoml for the IIRCONH'lKIK'TlNI : : -
place formerly occupied by of
r*.p'Ye role bill for the porch** ) AND KNI.AIL.INI pf
Rev. Harris, of Johnstown, attended tnijn.nno,no ..f' county lewd.mf ihf portion of or the Waterwork an.l Kli.ctrlo i l.llrht
BILL HEADS lirK'Iforil. dial of Plant of Uio, Town i.f Htarke, floriila.Aenlnxt .
church ut the Methodist, church .old aunt ...f not I It... than IJdD.OOO, up to

NOTE HEADS Sunday evening. Iwo.o'clock.; county p, m bonds. on are May to 2. h 1022* ilalnd January' I:III.000' ,00 llnml for IheltTON.SriUK.TINt
(: ; ANI> KNI.AIKM.MU
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Green and baby I. l 1"22. and are to ba In drmiminotlnna ofl,00n
$ 00 rah, and are to bear lnt .wit .t of the Waterworka and F.lectrlc: l.lnhtrilint
WINDOW CARDS have moved to Brooker. We will mitts the rat of lU per wnl per annum payabl of the Town of Stark, Florid
wml-annually.' on January Ut and July 11nf
this from town. ..
family our each with Interest coupon altitrli.il
year He It further onlered. that the poll shall
Ii Lee Greene) of Brooker, was greeting Th* nrlneliml. anil ...hone. Mtlil linniU. antpnyabl In opened for vottnic and aloeed. In accordane
SHIPPING TAGS at the b. king of the Hanover with th* general. I..... of the Slaw of FlatMa .
friends in Lake Duller one day Nt ..n.! Rank In the City and Stag .of New .. .
York. Hi- It further ordalnfMl. that K. A. Scott sod
w.I LETTER HEADS lust week. Thi: ;, amount of bonila olTervl for ..Ie lanr (i. M. Huitrunk and J. !M Alvar** b* and they.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Raiford. of > th.n 1300.000.00. end the principal .of ..lil. Kendrii'k .hir.liy appolntoil Clr.. -of F.le.lloo.
Raiford, accompanied by :Mr. :May- honda ahall be du" and payabl In aerie from to conduct thv. .ald elwetlon lo acurdnc wltlo
flv* In thirty year, __tlv.I". front datethereof the reuulri.menu of the general law of the
hood, motored 1 to Lake Butler last Friday .n.' to IMo (wiu. to hear the speech delivered by IMo *creptil. up In two It......... pm on Tui, .- lie It further ordnlnad, that Special Me tInu .
day, the 2nd day. of May. 11123. All hidden of the Town Council b* and the Mme I*
Mayor Martin. are required to depnait h"d'\PU': ::: aaecretary I hereby called to .be held on the 2nd day ofJune.
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of Maid, board of *, *tOlarko A. I). 1922. at the hour of lOlvht clock
arrived for the bane
The suits have Florida. a certified check. (qua) to .n. I H. M. without. further D"tI.0 the number
ball players and the boys are practicing per cent of amount of bill. said cherk to benaynhl of the Town (Council for the purpose *f
to the ald. hnerd of bond truntee or.nunt. eanva*>ln" the return of asks elecUon and
I most. every afternoon at the Bradford. .. Florida.All declarlnii, the r*.ult thereof and lo transact
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bidden ehall .....Irr the amount and
any other hulnea that nay com befor Ute
fair grounds.Rev. aerlea of sold bondit bid for and. the time council I IBK
S. S. Proctor spent Sunday at within which the bidder. will comply with thetvrma IT KIIRTIir.lt ORDAINED that mAl_
I thereof after notic. III I vlvn by the of laid. election. hall he iilven. which nolle
Y Brooker. nee-retary of aald board of bond tnnte** that whall eonHlHt .if the publication of this onllnunre .
delivery of th* bonda can be m..... In a newipaper puhllahed. In iwlil Town
Mr. and Mrs. I). W. Horum visitedin Certified. check. abov referred to !I. to bedopnvlled of Htarke, thirty dare prior to data of .1!_
BradfordCounty f Johnstown Sunday afternoon.Mr. a* vuarant.. of full ompllne Linn' and It vhall have the wo..,. lirecedlnir. It
with, the bid tuhmltted, and In th. .vent of M follow. I "Hpeclal Klectlim Nolle"
linker, traveling salesman for the acceptance. of aueh bid and the failure on Un It further onlalnetl. that this ordinance
th* part of the bidder. to comply with thetrma hull h
In full fore and suet from and alter
I tho Atlantic Grocery Co., was In town thereof said cheek. hal! be *....101.'... It, p....."* and approval.iMwrrr.
this week and entertained the businessmen a* liquidated: : dmire and b* retained by the c 'ONKS.I'renldent .
aid board of bond tnirt.e.. of the Council!
I of the town ut supper at the Dixie H.ld county bond. are to b* toned. under '
Chapter ""22 nt the Special' Act.* of IOU of AtUatC A. FUTCII.
Cafe Monday evening the *itl. of Florid.and election held there Town Clerk..
i The play given at the schoolhouse under authorising th. ..m., and. to h* Innuedfor .1 Adapted. by uiiMnlmoua vow of the Town
the purpoee of irradlnv and hard aurfn1Inir Council. / the 22nd. day nt ....", h. A. f). I"24.
Monday evening. was "splendid\ and certain public road and Improving and C A. FUTCII
,rradlnir other public road of Bradford coun 'S P,,\l.i, .
Town CI..k.A.Aitrr1.1'I
much credit), Is due Mm., !Mabel. Brown ty. Florida.flal'l .
| | me this' the 2Mlh duy of M"", ".
r Shaw who trained these board of Bond T..u..... r........* the ;
and Miss
7 elegraph ; right to reject any ..A -" t'! !is.Hy r,. A DAVIS, JR.,
children for the occasion. oriler, of th* aald Hoard nf Bond Toe l-ni-DH-: :' M,yor
teea of Bradford. {;uun,,,. F.nrl.ln
- K.: 8. MATTHEW1,
Habitual constipation Cured Chairman Hoard of lIon T.........*. iSo worms in a Healthy Clnlil
I In 14 toll: I AttontiC. I
Days A. FUTCII.Secretary All chlMnia trouhlixl with Worm. hnva an w
i i 'LA 1C-FOS WITH F1;PSN"!: Is a special.Tfp ; ./' of Board of Ilon T,..._. b<*'11.""" ''or.whkJi liulU.au poor bbMMl. red ass
STARKE FLORIDA trtd"yrupTonle-i.atOSlveforIInblmn' Bradford. County, Florida. niln' thi-r U. mat or !teas stomach dlMurDaiu*.
i It relieves promptly liuhouM r.HUVt; TA3TEUS: :: CHILI IONIC given mho-
iiiputton. .
) Or* rr Etttdl. t. r.4.I tM4 Inrly for two or thru. woakt will ocrlili' the bleat
21 der
I IMI taken regularly fur I 11 lo' Improve[ th"dlilPltllf'D.and acta.I.(.'.. !.. ...niiBrnlnil -
'eiudnceregulur action. It Stimu'utinm: reetfre.vitelllyng mercy by porlfyliul tad t .. ..
Tonic lo Ihn wbol .,. .. Nature will thenCllluw
Pleasant to Tek1 uO rirhh4lth.bket! Y'HI *n ,onn f-.';trrtronw.wlad .
I {eytilatf-s Very : flt or dUiml lh"worm,and tlwt:blld will IK
.....1' !bottla. 3vl4uriu.il C'> "' I l"iw'lb.. .Li lerfotshe.Ple.eaottotats..1.70perInUfw.v

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I FRIDAY. APRIL 21. 1922.
BKAUPOKl COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA
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I f ...'. Ready money always finds! a ready anybody. vise\ I "lllmlllllllll '!' !' I Ii "'If !tJl:1! :, Yl) .1.'iiIq.I\' ,';';':=-: <\;"..;\;:1i{ !V,.. .;:,..: ,\\N11.fj.!! : ; :.. w. l !,; i,':.Wh ..}e.i.;:'':j.\; : ; :l 1'1';,. '.:I.. r'I,4: ; (\

i. taker. I Jessica I
Hope, they say, never .

i ,. Eusy Btreot Is the hardest\ ono to inters out. the ,

t i find. -= ..... ..... \
I __ I Tho unwelcome guest Is 3 By

I Many it big Ho Is toM to cover up the last! one to realize it. : I

a little ono. WYyrtea; ', uu, I
i All the world loves a '
"JJon't :
to ittur : I
r The fellow who knows it all has the lover who loves only oh, 8U much !1" "

,' still much! to lenrn. Kind gentle '

j I Many soft berth proves pleading hand on '
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!" the to d-ite girl movingto : Ito: of tier favorite :: "
! It keeps up be the hard side of a
j keep up to date. upoke. Jessica lo> ,
\ I else did. SIlt
f I Aim high, but scatter ,
fctlll she :
Law and order Is cor-itrendable only Thero are plenty of good
i"
.1' "I shall miss )'
i a when enforced. down. but oil I I do so \
t" I Is like from
away
I :. ,,1'' "'I .: J Tho bar of justice la often the People who have tho village Cousin

: 4. ,, greatest bar to justice. erally those who know so much about the \ \
I the cost. she leads. They .
1\ ,./ "No place like home" appeals to the come so orten. -

f man who is too lazy to work. and Aunt .. !
I If all other means fail .
at my constant lu
i still stir up another war
value of life Is not always I Invitation BO-HO-
I The a
started the last one.I .
wilful !
equal! to tho cost of saving it. "My poor Y
Docent lamb ,"
front fthe world would stop Cilia Indulgently.
Ilrusli up 1ho /1\,1! before
n while some of us might other word. I
t some ono brushes up your memory. ,
forge ahead. ;youth ;yearns for
"I must finish
Like tho tiresome guest, winter is The tool Is about the only to catch the train .

most popular when it comes and goes. earth who doesn't try to : asked Jessica. I ,

, m\\ --- from thinking ho is one. Robert to say
;; who reaches the top often J Jsighsover I "Robert had to
J The man I I : ., ., .
times he left at try whh' his father "
the good
; Every man is sharp in
r.
"
I t'' the bottom. knows how the other fellow Aunt Prlsclllu.
1 'I i I some flowers for .
I"l da it. were awake."
} The fellow who thinks for himself (
"tlow kind he 18. ,
ll+; L' also docs a lot of thinking for oth It may be possible to low I" murmured :

\ k. era. dunce in this country Robert Liston,
.u t, I I first reform the dancers. est neighbor, bud ,
1 11 I All the world admires a manly man loyal knight "

: -except the fellow who is unmanly Regardless of the fact before. It was he :

t.I himself. I'I continue to call it i pretty ('
I sica read and did .
it is handled now In broad ,
,'I t A dollar saved is not necessarily a ant ofternoons.
J dollar earned. It have been stolen. had marked out an l
may I'
,
't I The conference having garden patch that
t \
I poison gas it will now everybody who I
?, '
I sary to coin another word It seemed that a
The woman who has beauty of character t
l' 1 but that Robert
I/+ ? bus little cause to worry over I There Is a subdued ; act In her behalf. .

{ I personal defects. j short skirt going out of mous frleuds. .'
I I I ii one or two tears
no tenough left to ,
I Some legislators aid in making a tion. leaving Newton b
.
'"' law and then have to employ lawyers to say good/by to

to keep them out of Its clutches.! I I If alcohol as a fuel for nod ever known.
I 1'becomes in Aunt I'rlHclllu ,
popular this I box of flowers und
It would never do for some people
thirsty will at least find the frank :
to 1)0 farmer! Their grunting/ would tion in smelling the fumes. youth who had : fJJLook at the address stamped -
make the hogs jealous. i' place. .

' The popular method of All through a
this of
+ Motorists are elated to find thut air suicide is to get in the way received letters on copy you r tI
"' for their tires will be free again this maniac. That insures bubbled over with

year.'j newspaper mention.If of n girl! whose Telegraph. If after your
constant round of !

Even the homeliest ,girls need nut became briefer und Ir I "
: we had 1 to pay a high 1
he without a bow-if she plays tho the free advice we Ret : Then there was d IrI i name appears May-
Ing which/ no word,) '!

violin. value would in suddenly It.Although. discover an tunt niece At Its 22 ," it means that your r
arrived n brief II" '" (
It takes n bright woman to
appear
,
rend : "There IK I ) ,
j' dull when an unwelcome suitor hovers !!' submarines home," and two 1II<' / subscription expires May !!
! a around. dered scrapped there Is dXtI-d nr ih"-L ; f

I[ ;I I fort in the knowledge that lr'I: throw her urn ''''1'j' ;' 1 i 1922 and that it is ;
.
' I Humorists seldom see anything: funny bo confined to the deep. sob out her \\" ,

, w I, in their own writings, and at times will ever get too close. "Oh, Aunt '

,::4 ;t others agree\ with them. want at first to go It I time to send us remittancefor

Even chickens crave a \'
; + There is such n thing as can't, but nees automobile l
diet at times. A Chicago renewal of sub-
' few of the people of this community In a. crush.", your
r' ed the gizzard of one and I
expected to
care ti bo caught in its company.
'; i it brass screw, a' gold collar i be an linioHtor.!; scription. '
one inch steel screw and n )f the men drank
t Good news, fellows! Each day isi' piece. (' to the X
;; bringing us! a little nearer to another disgraceful .' -
c i J batch of those joyous Christmas bills.
, I There probably is such a he had on the !

a motorist who has never '. seized; \' ii
The farmer does not have any hayIn nor, broken the'llpeed laws debt find-oh. I .
his whiskers these days, but he nd the garden
dog or raced 1 a railroad tea; .
should have plenty of it in his barn. The dear old t --
him you'd, have to go to heaven bud t-o '

Why this suggested movement in fa- house.Jessica us 1
She
vor of longer skirts in the future ? .
Just as we are gleefully $" of lilies and
Our remains
i mal. eyesight perfectly nor getting[ rid of the wood bills like old dear

man resurrects a grin an,1 ) \ the bower. ,
strut-proving conclusively The quaint old -
Don't worry about the fellow who step ,. ,
toward It.
Is always some hick ready to ,
claims that ho can lick anyone in In the sunlit
joy out of our sorrows.
sight. Ills vision may be limited to her city '

kids. It may be true that '.. ; the pure .'
days. Fairly
mats abroad are known for th
The woman with a short memory Is her hand, In '
they don't know about
consoled\ by the thought that she can .' touched "
that handicap is often an 3j1e,
I soon forget her most embarassing moments. The truth 1
1 can prove the other fellow. a one that Robert
get by with it. the I

.- which her aunt
According to I
j government reports If sufficient opposition is Her sweet fare ,
prices throughout,:: the country are ed from foreign' nations It is he read the manly -

steadily crawling down. Surely some that congress may do old true friend,
day they will within
come sight. ward the encouragement :of had eyes neglected as she
can merchant marine. Uncle
I Riches makes a man suspicious of powerfully\ peeved and "If I had" found j ,

are makes his not friends him his ,friends.suspicious and the absence of those of who it times when others oppose would.before Into,have she I said ,)


r In assuming. office as mayor She paused. She

ri The netic Springs, Ohio, Mrs. the damp
i European matrimonial marketsare Fad, 80 years young, Its fond
flooded with
princesses and duchesses she will serve doughnuts and months.
,who are pining for husbands each meeting in hopes of : "Tes. now, dear
with meal tickets. But oar boys hive councilmen to attend. A radiant voice .

better prsopects-right" here. at h'>me. <' in this burg might Induce be turned"". to face "

to atlciul.
,, Uncle Sam may be holding the bag "Oh, Robert I Itui. :
far those bands extended
so as European debts are
Woman is bor nto .
child she '
\\ ,
concerned but
he has the satisfaction
)brings: : man Into the worli to home and I
{ of knowing that it contains nearly all give\ him away to some other

+ of the gold In the world. j' The Indian Prairie -

I They say red tape In been organized .
We complacently admit that we are 'I lis disappearing. Using a I .
the richest nation In the world, and perhaps[ Florida Interests. ', 1

yet we are so pauperized we cannot I i are In the

: afford to pay the service men the bonus The courts should hustle up section. .

I to which they think they are entitled. I pose of) the Stillman case. It and the ,
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i background.ing too many other spasms is drainage now being 'i"

An exchange remarks that the biggest will provide the ,

of our profiteers are sure to go Even cowardice, some claim but it is
e, to hell but we doubt it. The devil Is ad Mintages In a way. It Is an of the acreage
too wise a bird to admit them-and ance ryalnst the marring of for ranch

besides there would be no more for I earl1 nees. consist! of 100,000 ]







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